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1MESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors,
" Let idle Ambitfon her baubleo pursue,
While Wisdom looks down with disdain,
The bose of thp fazrmr has.lsarms ever new,
--Whee htr, feMie and competence reign."
i'-Ta absence of the' Editors of this
eepa tinnt ;will account for lack of edito.
rial articles this week.
A 90D SELECTION.
WE are-truly gratified.to' learn ihat our
inside'co-laborer, Col, 'SzxKlas, has been
-appointed Orator of the State Agricultural
Society at its next assemblage. The Caro
iaidn very truthfully observes, "We are
satiseed he will do honor to the occasion."
FOR Te'E ADVERTISER.
MasaRs. EDrros:-Millet will do well
wherever cotton. will, though- a light soil,
moderately richtis-te best for'it. It should
be sown about the.time. cotton -is planted,.
and in the same way-.'-that is, drilled- in
beds about three feet apart, and-covered with
p harrow. Two plowings and one hoeing
- .i all the -work that it needs; and if the sea
son-is-favorable, it will be large. enough to
.commence cutting by the 415th June,. and
- ydn may continue cutting until' frost.- It is
thimoat determined thing to: grow I..ever
3as. In a week after you have cut it down;
'i the weather is not very dry, it' is high
enough to cut again.
An,acre of it, -on tolerably rich land, will
furnish green food abundantly for the horses
and bogs, on.a.comaton-sized farm, for three
months of the twerve, Hogs thrive and
g: ow :on it amazingly, and horses and mules
'iat doiot work will keep -r good condition
en it- alone. -
s Il have never tried to make -hay of it, and
here is where -I want instruction; for I am
confident that more' hay can be made from
ift,.a-a given quantity and quality -of land,
than imm any thing else that I have. ever
seen grow, and- equally as nutricios, if pot
more sq. - -.---FARMER..
HIGGWSa Faxar, Aug. 30,-1855.
-. WOM.I.F El'TEDBER.
- CuMlOill now beiTTn.t opnully, and
ansmust be met to picking, without
-ilbay. See that. the lint: is picked clean,
and free froi tilash ; and do niot gather it
iminesiateljr after a rain.' It will dry better
I.pnonsthe-stalk, than any where .else, and
nothing is lost by letting it -rest-for a day or
two., Let your Gin and Press be of the
bist patterns, 'and in complete ordler; and
see that all operations connected with the
ginnipg, pressing: and getting ready ,for
'market are performed in the most thorough
and perfeet'manner.. .
- doxi Peas.-After .* .shower, indawhile
waiting for your Cotton to 'become ,dry
enough-to pick, set the hands to gathering,
drying and putting. Pea. away.
ye~ioce;7airne,Barey and Winter
.Qatesmay.. be sown the latter .part. of Tis
-month.. ...-. .
Taiap.-If not already sowna or if
your first sowing~ did not come up well, lose
.-no tidne now ia petting in Ruta Bega, Yellow
M birdeen, Strap Leaf Red Top; large Nor
Yolk and other Turnips. (See. dire'etioiis in
July andAugust numbers.)
JHay.-Cut, cure and put away an abun
-dance of hay, (pr .the winter food of stock.
Should you be shqg of fodder, .make hay
fromn2Sweet Potato vies.-- Do not cut them
.-until juist before the: first frosts in October,
-at which time the tubeus will probably have
ceased growing-cure the vines well, put
tlpm.aivay under cover, and you will find
.that youv-cows, mules and even horses, will
eat them with a good relish. Good fodder
-many also be 'made fronm the tops of' the
.Kindar olGround Pea, if cut or pulled be.
fore they wither.
"WVeede4 Brush, &c., may ncow be cut up,
,'u9rmpy lan'd drained,' woodlzinds prepai-ed
r pastorage, &c., &c., as' heretofore airec
Turnips, of alfkinds, if not already sown,
olud be pat lai withoitt delay.' (See Au
a t .nuiber for full directions.) A full crop
ofOnions, to plant out in October, may
not h e sown. ^Sow genuine European seeds
er Carrots and Beets any time this month.
Si; er, also, European Cabbage seed. Set.
at. althe Brocoli and Caulflorwer plants
pa may have on hand. Plant Snap Beans,
Sif the' ether is favorable,-'you will
a spgy- for' pickles in October.. Sprinzg,
se. owblasown. C'elery, shoul.be trans
ed, and in dry weather haul earth ;to
s)'ems#f that which' you have -hereto
i et .ranisplanted.
- STRAWBERRY BaDe..
fr. uwberryt beds or patches may now- be
preI'swd.and..hines planted at. any' tim~e dur
ija te fall or winter. A cool, mocist, soil,
akin vegotable matter,.suits the Strawber
ybet1n ou. lSouthern..climate.' Subsoil
q4be gound, or spade It as deep- as possible,
-tmuig under an abundant supply of swanmp'
iniuck;' decomposed -leaves,' ood ashes, -pul.
'yrized charcoal; and alittle well rotted sta.
ble manure. Harrow or rake the surface,
making it fine and even, and set your plants
is vows 3 feet apart, and-I foot to 18 inches
*1alherow. After the plants become woll
lrooted, cover the whole ground with paitly
deoemposed lieaves from the forest, leaving
mthing exposed but the leaves and -fruit
stalks of the plants.
Tim Frowa GARDE!I AND SHIRUBBERY.
-Riemove layess of the'- Carnation. Plant
-'3doe rootS *1 early blooming, last of
this month. .1Pixat cuttings 'of the Chrys
*ntbemuss. 'Plant 'iegse also. Dress
yor borders, and tu'ri d pnl at -edgings.
48pa4and fqrk ovetvatRae and pre
'tae for -tturi silubS. ~euftings' of
-aBsEw, and trim ofihadLettes from
afd plants. Hus;Begeof~rWe &e.
?atetaeedliugs---Iso Polyandiise#, Ran
male,, 4ge., 4c, Gather all -seeds as
son as ripe,.and stora away carefully n a
dry, shady plate '
. .gg okr4a,e--bepedutive of good
hir fruit, requires to be fed, as much-at dos
a .ld of g-.s Tks soil-of each requires
that the substanes ,abstracted bhi& crops
shad be r'estorer. Th' 8dil should'be kept
clean; and open to the meliorafi'ng infiences
of..the son, the dews, the rain and the air
the bark of the:~ trees. should be kept' in a
healthful, condition, by scraping,; ween no
eessarj, and by alkaline washes.
TRADIN WITH NEGROES.
FoR the benefit of ' ErrsTo," who was a
shdit timesince'.bitterly complaining about
m villagers buying his' chickens, &c., from
is- negroes without permits, we publish the
innexed article, taken from the'."Laurens
ritle Herald." We cordially adopt te'
TRADING WITH NEGRoEs.-In' our opin
on, there is-nothing better calculated to in.
ure 'the negro property than that. of purcha
ing from them, Without permits from their
)wners,chickens, eggs, vegetables and such
hings. - The farniers in the country make
treat complaints-and we fear they have
just cause for it-against.-the citizens of the
village for' encouraging such traffic. It -is
true, we of' the village often suffer great in
ronvenience, for the want of such necessa
ries, and many attempt to excuse themselves
(or buying from negroes on that ground,
but irn- our opinion, they are adopting the
ery-plan to make the inconvenience gr-eater.
What is'the reason that the farmers around
us do not raise such things and' supply us
with-them . Why, simply. because our citi
rens will buy them from negroes, who,
nine .cases out of ten, steal them,-either from
their owners or the neighboring planters,
sonsequently it is unprofitable business. Let
the people of the pillage unite in~refusing to
buy chickens, egs, .vegetabl~s, fruits, &c.,
from negroea at night,- or..Wbie have not
written permits from: their owners, or other.
respaosible' persons, when they offer them
for sale in the day time,.'and there will be
no inducement for them to steal, and that
will give encouragement'to our farmers to
raise -such things to supply. us with. We
have heard imany farmers say they would
turn their attention to it, but they cannot do
so, because the negroes steal all the chickens
and.eggs they can produce, and they think,
themselves lucky if they save enough. for
their own use. Now,,who is to blame for
this? If the negroes could not .sell.them,
they would have . no inducement -to.,steal,
and if our citizens would not buy-they could
not sell.. It is 'a' three-fold 'wrong: It is a
wrong to encourage the negro to steal, it is
unlawful to purchase from- them without
permits, and the money they get, in nearly
every instance, is spent foolishly, and for
that which does them great mischief. Such
traflicing with negroes is a growing evil.
Many persons think that buying .such tri
fling things from them does but very little
harm;-they would not think. of buying. a
bushel of wheat or corn from 'them; they
would think it degrading and criminal, and
would challenge a man to mortal 'combat
for elharging them with such an nct; but we
would like to kn,w the difference, in a moral
oi- legal view, betwveen buying a dollar's
worth of. chickens and .a dollar's worth of
sheat or corn froni a negro, without a per
nmit. The Corn- may -'be stolen from- his
master, in -the gain or it may be stolen in
the chickesu-the -nfaster's' corn raised them.
But the farmers lare- not the only persona
that-suffer. We know instances where vil
lagers have purchased and eaten Their neigh
bors' chickens,' -and it is not an uncommon
thing for them 'to buy chickens in the day
and hare them stolen at night, to be sold
again in the village. Now all these difficul
ties occur because ,the negroes 'can find rea.
dy sale for such stolen articles, and it seems
to us that justice to ourselves, our neighbors
and tle negoes, shiould actuate eve'y right
minded person to 'desist froin--encouraging
such unlawvful conduct.
It is such supposed tnfi~ng mnisdeeds that
are doing the greatest mischief to the ne
groes, because those deeds are not noticed,
and -the- negroes are permitted .ahd .encour
aged to comtnit them, but it- is nevertheless
a great evil-, and one that every good citizen
shoUld discountenance, and strive to remedy.
Let us try the experiment one year, even if
we shall be deprived of -the luxury of.Tried
chickens, boiled eggs, '&c., occasionally;
we-could, by the end of that 'time, find out
whether the farmers wvere inclined to appre
iate our good. intentions towards them, by
supplying us with these necessaries them.
selves, and-. .thereby assist us in remedying
the evil. We honestly helieve they would.
SIMPLEn BUTTER CooLER.-Melted butter
is all very well in its right =placee, but when
butter is put upon tea or breakfast 'table,
h'aving the appearance of being just oct
'of the oven, it is anything but credital l to
the housekeeper, and far front satisfactory
to those who eat it. Dry toast is positively
spoilt if spread. with soft butter; indeed, ii
butter cannot be brought to'thet able at least
firm, if not hard, it is-' better to keep it away
altogether. Fortunately, however, it-is not
necessary to 'proceed to such desperate meaa
urea; as butter can be kept nice and cool in
the hotterst weather, and- that in a ve'ry aim
ple manner. PI-ocure a large, new flowver
'pot- of a sufficient size to cover the butter
:plate, and also'-a saucer' large -enough for
the flower-pot to rest in it niiside dowvn;
dowvn; place a trivet or' meat-starid (such as
is sent to the ovein when a. joint is baked)
in the saucer, and put on this trivet the plate
of butter; nowv fll the sauecer with - water,
and turn the flower-pot over, the butter, so
that its bottom edge will be belowv the Water.
The hole in the flower-pot must be fitted
with a 6ork;-the butter will then be in what
we urqay call an air-tight chamber. Let the
whole of the outside of the - flower-pot be
then thoroughly drenched with water, and
place it-in a cool-spot. If this be done over
night, the butter-~will be as " firm as a rock"
at -breakfast time ; or, if . placed tbhere in the
morning,.the butter- will'be quite' hard for
use at tea hour. The-reason of this is, that
when water evaporates, or dries up,s it "pro
dueces cold; -the'piorous pot draws uj -the
water which in warm weather-quidkly eva
porates from the- sides, and, thus cools it,
and~as no warm air can no* get at the but
ter,. it becomes firm and cool in -the hottest
SALT FOR H oRs~s.-A person who kept
sxteen horses made the following 'experi
ments with seven of them, which had been
acesutomed, to eat salt ~Witb their feed.: .
Lumps of-rock salt wue laid in theis -man.
gers.'- These lumpis, previously .weighed,
were examined regularly, to ascertain what
qantity, equally-ad been consumed; and
it was repeatedly ond, that whenever these
horses were fed on -hay or corn, they con
umed only twd gnd a half or three ounces
per day, and when they were fed with new
hay, they took six ounces per day. Trhis
ract should convince us of the expediency of
permitting our cattle the free use ek~sIt at
all times, and it cannot be gren an -so con
vigiigt a--form as rock salt, itibeing much
mar'e poliable than the other in a refied
stata&ndby far -cheaper. A good, lump
.s..ou~as a. kept mna box by the side
of;theahimal, without fear- that it will'ever
beken to exiess.--Cltivator.
CURE FoR TE BrrE OF A RATTL3sNAKE.
-The- Madison (Wisconsin) Journal con.
tains the- following which is. well worth re
" We are informed by Dr. Ward that the
child of Mr. White, that was bitten' by a t
rattlesnake iast week, has recovered. The c
remedy- used was so simple and attainable
by every one,-that it ought to be generailly
known.. The hand which was bitten,and
arm, were enveloped in a poultice of mois.
tened ashes, and. the child made "to drink <
freely of whiskey punch."
WEEDs should. never be.permitted to .ma
ture 'their seed on a farm, but be pulled uf,
or cut down-as often .as they show them.
selves, such being- the only effectual method
of eradicating them. To ensure this result,
the ground should be planted in corn, and
thus keep clean. -
-TiuE and labor, devoted tp the collection
of materials to be converted into manure,
are the most fruitful sources of profit- in the !
.whole range of farm economy.
LANDS which have been long -in 6ulture,
will.- be benefitted by -applications of phos
-phate of lime, and it is -unimportant-whether
the deficiency be supplied in .the form of
bone'dust, guano, native phosphate of line,
compost of ash, ashes, or in that of oyster.
-shell lime-or marl-if the land need lim
ing, also. - -
AN excellent cement for seams in the roofs
of houses, or in any - other exposed places,. is
made with white lead, dry white sand, and
as much oil as will make it into the consis
tency of putty. The cement gets as hard
as- any stone in the course of a few weeks.
Foreman's Iron Plow Stock.
9HE attention of the Planters of Edgefield Dise
trict is respectfully called to this justly celebra
ted PLOW STOCK. I have purchased the right
for. Edgefield District, and-they can be had at. my
Shop at Edgefleld C. Ii., .and also of Robinsor &
Jackson, Hamburg, at$5,50 per Stock. ..
From-Certinates in my possession, I am war
.ranted in-saying that it has no superior for, all pur
poses. - It- durability, together with its peculiar
fitness for sub-soiling our old and worn out lands,
makes it the most desirable Plow now in use.
- g Any person wishing.to -try them~ can do so,
and' if they do not answer the purpose, may return
them witliout charge. . . S.F. GOODE.
Aug l5 . tf ' 31
LEAVITT'S PREMIUM PORTABLE
CORN MIL LS, -
FOR CRUSHING CORN AND COB TOGETHER,
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
IAVING. received the Sole Agency. for the
State of South Carolina,- for. the above cele
brated 'Mills, conceded on all'ha'nds.to be the great.
eat economisers and labor-saving articles of the day,
the Subscriber is desirous of-establishing Sub-A gen
cies for their' sale . in every District of the State.
Prices within the reach of every farmer in the land:
-ranging from fify to one hundred dollars, according
to jiowrer,-size-and uaity. .N6 better. investment
can be'made by the Planters of this or aniy .othcr
State, either for profit orconvenience, and no far
mer~ should be without them, nor would they be, if
they 'were aware of their value and -utility.
A. S. LANGLEi,- .
. General Agent for the State.
July 2. 6m - .25
Carpenter's Sheet System
OF Cutting Ladies' Dresses - and Gentleman's
YJCosits and Sack,-alao, Vests, Pantalooans and
Gaiters, together' with Youths, Boys and Girls
Garments of all kinds and stylee, will be -taught to
Ladies and Gentlemen by a
Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
So as to learn-them to cut with EASE and SKILL
an fthe above mentioned Garments.
TeCopyright of this State has been assigned to
~go. S. MCNEIL. & Co., of this plaee.
Pcrsons wishing to as all themselves.of this Sys
tem or wanting information will call or leave their
orders at Mrs. McNarr~s Millhner Establishment.
. GEO. S. McNEIL & C.O..
-Edgefield C. H., Ma.y 30 ly ~20
-'THISE of our citizens, who desire to protect
.Ltheir houses, barns, &c., from lightning, would
do well to try OTIS' IMPROVE D PATENT
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. *By application
to the subscriber, Agent at this place, they can pro
cure these rods and all necessar? fixtures, and,
what is more, have them well put up, all at m~oder
ate charges. These Conductors have been 'phiced
over the Court House and Jail by the Commrission
ers of Public Buildiliga. They are the best, decided
. S. S. BOYCE, AnGEs.
April 4 - - tf ..- 12.
Hardw are and Cutlery.
'ItO ALL our old, friends,.we would say, we are
thakal for past favors, and to all others who
may wish Goods in our- line ;-eall and see us also,
orsend your orders: We will, make every -eff'ort
-(and. it-ia notoriods of the Goods we keep) to'give
" general.'aatisfaction." - Our p't-ices SH ALL be
in accordance with the-times ; always assuring our
customers to sell them at the. LOWEST MAR.
E KT PRI(GES.
We have now in Store a fine Stock and are re
e eiving hve~kly. Amongst which may be found,
50 Tons Bandand Hloop IRON,
250 : " Sweed " - assorted,
150 " English " "'
200 Smith BLLOWS, all qualities,
500 Kegs " Peru" NAIH8,
50 Tons CASTINGS,
100 Dozen Door LOCKS,
100 " Pad- "
506f " Till, Chest, Draw and Trunk Locks,
100 - " AXES,Collins, -Levette's and other
10 "~ Superior-BROAD AXES,
500~ " HOES, all qualities. -
To enumerate i's too tedious. Wehtave the Goods
and want to sell theni.
We keep all things necessary for Mills of every
-- style, Corn Shellers, Straw-Cutters, Vices,
Anvils, Smith Tongs, Circular,Hand,
and all other kind of Saws, Screw .
. and Balse, Knives and Fork.,
-Pocket Knives, Scissors,
- Shears, Screws- -
Bolts, Spirit. Levels, - -
Guages, Candlesticks, Planes, -
. Horse Shoes and Nails,Brushes,
Cof'ee Mills, Halter, Trace, Stretch, , .
Log,Blreast, Continued and Fifth Chains,
Rope, Files of all kinds, a bcautiful L~ot of
Guns, of all qualities, Pistols, Percussiow Cp,
C'urry Combs Gamie and Shot Bags, ? der
Flasks, DrainFlasks, Sand and Waffieirons, Braces
and Bitts, Augers, Chisels, .Hammers, Drawing
Knives, Miortars, Kettles,.Stew Pans, &e., -&c.
- --ROBINSON & JACKSON.
Hamburg, Decr4 . tf ~ 47 .
HOSPITAL F!OR NEGROES,
-- AT (UGJSTA, GA..
rFHE Undersigned would call theaittcntion of the
c1 itizensaf Edgefleld and Abbeville Districts
t~their INF$iMARUfor 'SICK NEGEOES and
those requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
-While- the completeneuese of- our- arrangements
af'ords to the patient every comfort, It also enables
us-to reader .mhore effieient-treatment -t6 Chronic
Cases, than-ceaa generally. le secureddln ordinary
private practice.. Our special accommodations for
the manegementof.Chronic disease. or remales, so
common in'Iegroes, are-ample and~conmplete.
For Nursing, Boarding and Lodging, pr mon. *10
For Treatment,-The ordinary rateu-of pr-aculec.
027 Commnunication.addre'ssta to us-.*this place
will meet with prom- .attetions
H.-:F. LvMPJIELL, Surgeon,
. R. CAMPBELL, Attending P'hyaieian.
-Augusta, AprilO 30 .tf . 16
Negro Cloths: and Blankets,
. UST rc'v -by the Undersigned s-large Stock
tofNE .R 0 LOTHS and White and Grey
Negro BLANKETS,'to whieh theattention of the
Planters. respetfully invitedl. The tbov'e Gbods
wlfseild at trery low priceWs . SER
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August 29 tf - 33
L-o0ok at Ths
&c., &o. . &, &c.
THE Subscriber still ries . beie.Carriage bu
- siness.at the .old stand' of A. BUsiiNE., and
would say to the people of.the D;strict that they
may at all times find a gooessortment of
CARRIAGESiM D BUGGIES
n hand;of hisuon.manifsettirethat will be-sold
to good punctual customers on as. reasonable terms
as they can be bought in any Southern market.
'I have-seeured the servies of Mr.A. B niHurELL,
ror the present year, and .from his long experience
in the-Cnrriage-busineus, I think that. purchasers
may expect satisfaction in theic work.
N; B.-I am also prepared at all times to furnish
COFFINS and HEARSE-fur any portion of the
District.at the sliortest notioe.
Edgefield C'. U., May 16,: - if 18
BOOTS AND SHO2ES.
'PE Subscriber 'having ocated permanentlyin
.the Store next door to Mr. R. H. SUL.ItvAN, is
prepared to make to.order fano
D0O'T S A*D SHWO E S
A leshortest notice, azid of the very BEST MA
liehopes by faitful.work- and close ajtention~ to
business to be able to please all who may favor him
with their patron e '
I will refer to M r. S. F. Goona, who is my~guar
dianr, in all mntters of KEsies.
July 18 t f 27
THE THOROVCH BRED HORSE
G A 5-B L E !
WATILL stan I the ensuing season
Vat MY STABLE about one
mile from Edgefield C. H., at $15
the season and $25 insurance. All
Mares sent will-.be considered by thc season, un'1ess
some instructions to the contrary shall aeompany
them. Season to end 10th November.
Giastble -was bred by Col. Banay, of' Galaitin,
Tennessee~,-and was six years old Last Sprinig. Hie
was sired by Imp. Sovereign, his dam was.Celerity
by Imp. Leviathan. Clnty's dam was Patty Puff
by Pacolct; Patty Puff' ~am was Rosa Clack.
Fun Pedigreeand performances .GAMBLE will
compare with the best horses of hisi day. H~e com
bines strength and action with fleetness and endu
rance. lie ran in Charleston in February 1853 the
bet race of two milec heats ever run over the coursme,
and but for an unavoidable accident would- have
distinguished himnelf as a four miler.
gr I will feed and pasture' Mires at forty-five
cents a.day,-but will not take upon myself any re
sponsibility for accidents or escapes. . .
TilOS. G. BACON.
Aug 8 8t 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-11N COMMON PLEAS.
PENJA MIN L. RABORN, who is in the cus
.tody of the Sheriff. of Eldgefield Distripet by
virtue of. a Writ of Capiae ad Saifaciendum, at
the suit of John Hill, AdminIstrator of Caleb Mit
hell, having. fledin my Offic, together with a
Schedule on'oath of his estate and effects, his peti
tionto the.Court of Comnnon Pleas,.praying that he
may be admitted to:the benefit of the Acts uf' the
Geneal Assembly, made for the relief- of tinsolvent
dbtrs, It is orden'd ..that- the said .John. Hill,
Adm'or of~Caleb Micell, and.all othei- creditors
to whom the said .Benj.tL. Riaborn is any wise in
debted, and they are hereby summoned' and have
notice to appear before the said Court..at Edgefleld
C. H., on the first.Monday in October next,or some
other cdnvenient~day to be set apart and appointed
duing the sittin of the said Court, to show cause,
If any they can,. wy'the prayer of the said petition
er aforesaid shonl-not be granted.
TH~IOS. G. BACON, c. c. E. D.
Clerk's Office, June 18, 1855. -16t 23
STATE-DF SOUTH CAROLINA,
- 'EDGEE'IELD DISTRICT, -
. . N'COMMON PLE AS.
E1LLIAM H CRAWFORD who is. now In
VTthe custody of the Sheriff of Edgefleld Dis
trit, by virtue of a Writ' of. Capiaa ad Satiefacj-,
endum, at the suitfJohn-L. Doby, having filed
in my Offree together with a Schedule on: oath of
his estate anA eets,>his 'petition to -the .Court of
Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted
to the benefit-of'the Acts of the General Assembly,
made 'for the relief of Tnsolvent, debtors, It Is or
deed, that the said John L. Doby cand all: other
dreditors,.to whom the said William 11. Crawford
inn any wise indebted, and they are hereby sum
moned and Jiav'e:-notice to appear before thi,.said
Curt at Ed66$"d'C. H. on tid first Mion~day in
October next, or. otrome other convenient day to
be set apart and apipated during the-sitting of-the
Court, to show causet if any they can, why the
prayer. of ,the said petitioner aforesaid should not be
granted. -. .--TRIOS. G. BACON, c~ c. z.
Cleik's Ofie June 18, 1855. 10t' 23
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
&neh Jmnlngaud Pet.iin foit Relief.
ITpeaintoy satisfaction that the Defendant,
.*rcy 'Jnings,: resides beyond thme limits or
this State,on moion oflr. ADaKs,Solicitor for Peti
tiner,it is ordered~uiat the said Archy Jennings
dappear and plead, answer or deinur to this peti
tion within three n*lotsfrdm the date of this pub-.
liation, and in defautlt'thereof that said petition be
takens prrcontfede. akahist him.
- - a -A.-SIMKINS, c. a. a. na
June 19, 185. - 3m 22
. N the Roa bet een Edgefield Village.and my
'house on Saluofl River, on Tuesay last, a
small POCKET'DIARY., with ,a memorandum of
weather &e., aind'contalning about One Hundred
Dollars 1i Bank bilIs.
A liberal reward will b6 paid for- the deliviry of
the ame to me, or to Mr. W. P. -Butler, at Edge
feld Village. *A. L. DEARING.
Jul 1 t ' 6
WARD, BURCHARD 8 CO
AR now reeiving by every Steam~er 'largo ad
A ditions to their Stock of'all that is
- .New, :Elegant and Useful.
SILKS,. SILK BARAGES and LAWN
FLOUNCE '.ROBES BERAGE DELKINES
RGI CHALLIES, LA.WNS, TISSUES,
- .BARAGES. GINGHAMS.- -
CALICOES, LACE BED SPREADS; WIDE
SCOTCH DIAPERS, LINEN DAMASK HUCK
TOWELING, NAPKINS, DOYLIES,
124COTTON AND. LINEN SHEETINGS,
IRISH LINENS," FARMERS -AND PLANTERS
LINENS and DRILLINGS, COTTON
ADES, CHAMBRAY, LINEN LUSTRES.
Family Mourning Attire,
A complete assoitment of all'the Various Fabrics,to
all of which they respectfully ask'attention. - Their
prices'to Cash and prompt paying buyers will be
such as cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Augusta, March 14 tf .9
T E Subscriler takes'this oppbrtunity of inform
ing his'friends, that he has removed to the
NEW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store of B.
C. Bryan, wheye he has just opened a LARGE
VARIETY-of new articles in his variois branches
of Trale.; . He intends keeping in the
,Drug and Medicine Department,..
A full supply, of every.artigle that is in common
use by .the Profession, which will be constantly un
der the inspection of Drs.-Bland, Abney, Mimi and
Brt; -and if an article is reported to be impure it
will not be offere'd for sale.. Dr. M. W. Abney has
taken an -Office in the second Story of the building,
and will give.me the benefit. of his experience in
Compounding Medicines' and preparing prescrip
tions, and having been six years engaged in the bu
siness; I fiatter myself, with these ample arrange.
ments, I shall receive a liberal. share of the- patron
age of Physicians;families, and the public. generally.
In the Gr6cery Department
EVERY THING will be kept that-is usually found.
in a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the
Department of Books, Stationary, &c.,
Will be found a full supply of Standard School
Books,.Biblesi Hymn Books, Fools.Cap, Letter and
Note Paper, with almost every article- in this -line
will be kept constantly-for sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
May'afways be found a much larger assortment of
Candies, Fruits, Pickles, Ketchups, Sauces, &c.,
than has ever been offered for sale in. this place. In
truth this is to be a Store "of good thingr, and it is
hopel will be considered a great convenience, and
therefore be largely patronized.
G. L. PENN, Ageht..
Dec-20 tf - 49
Ladies' -Summer Mantillas; -
WILLIAM SHEAR; Augusta,-Ga., has.just
received from New York, a supply of -
- Ladies''Black-Silki Spring and Summer MAN
TILLAS, of new and elegant styles;
Ladies' White and Colored Silk Mantillas;
Ladies' Bl'k Grenadine and Crape Mourning Man
- tillas, of beautiful styes.
The'public'are respectfully invited. to call and
examine the assortment.
Augusta, April 2 - tf - 12
DRESS GOODS AT COST!
WTA RD, BURCHARD & .eo., Au
TVgusta, Ga., intend from this day to the close
of the season, to offer their ENTIRE STOCK of
Summer .Dress Goods,
At lirine NEW YORK COST..
Our present Store being much too small for our
business, we are -driven to thtis alternative, to make
room for -a large 'Fall Stock. Summer Dr ess Gouila
now offered at.cost, was bought under the most fa
vorable circumstances and .in .large lots, and is no
doubt the L ARGEST in the State to' seleet from,
consisting of -all' the late styles In Flounced Rolies,
Organdies, Tissues, Bareges, Lawns, Silks, &c.
We respectfully ask, attention to the above, and
also to the fact thaf, all other Goods in store,' will be
sold at REDUCED PRICES.
WARD, BURCHA RD & CO.
Augusta, July 2 -tf 25
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
TS earried on at the old-'Stand,
'. adjoining . Drs. A. G. & T.'
J. Teagne's Drug Store, where
BOOTS AND SHOES of the very. Best
Material and Best Workmanshaip,
may be obtained, and most excellent fits warranted.
And, also, an extensive variety of
Of tny own manufacture, always kept on hand.
And those in want of a good artjcle will please call
'on the Subscriber . . .WM. MoEVOY.
Mar 28 tf . . 1.1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PLE ASt .
TOHIN'if. TER RY, who is'now in' the: .custody
U- of the SherifF of ,Edgefield .Distuiet, -by. virtue
-fa~Writ of. Capias ad Satifaciendm, at the' suit
of R. M. Fuller,-having filed in my Office, together
with a Schedule on oath of his estate and effects,
his petition -to the Court of Common Pleos, praytng
tat he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of the General Assemibly made 'for the 'relief of
insolvent debtors, it is ordered,' that the raidi R.
M. Fuller and a'l-'other ereditoru to whom the said
John II. Terry is in anywise indebted, and they. are
he.reby summoned and havonotide to appear before
the said Court ui-Edgefield 0.'H., on the first Mon
day in October next, or on -some other convenient
day to be seq apart-and appointed,,during the setting
of .the said' Court, to show cause, if any, they can,
why the' psayer of the petition'er aforeaid..shaould
not be granted. -
.TIlOS. G. BACON, c. c.a. D.
Clerk's Offic, June.18, 1855. 1.6t 23
New Crop Turnip Seed,.
A.FU[LL supply of FR ES IrJM1ORTED'
tT URN.[B SE ED, received thi&
.day direct from Europe, viz: Large Gilobe, Large'
WhiteFlat Dutch, Large Norfolk,. lRed Top:and
Hanover. Also, the Geimine Green Glazed and
'arge Flat D)utch Cabbage Seed, for sale in quan-.
titles to suit pur'chasers, by WM. HANE.*
Augusta, Ga.,,July 30) 4t 29
F - ine Br~andy.
I H AVE eq; Consignment-ia for5
sale Two Qua'tectask of fine Imi
posted -~BRANDY, whichI will sell low for cash.
This Brandy is of excellenitquality sand will, suit.
the taste, of the m~ost fastidious.
., E. BOWERS, Agent.
Haiib'urg, lr de tf 10
C.Eatate of Simeon Matthews,- deo'd., will please
present them proplerly .Attested, and all those in
debted to the -Estate must-make prompt payment as
te distmibutees are anxIous to have the matter pet
tied. 'SIMPSON' MATTHEWS, Adln'r.
-M ay23- . - . tf0 - . 19
Filie Fresh Flour!
T HIE Subscriber respeotfully.Tuforms the. public
thtat he has and will keep constantly, on hand
a good supply of SUPERFIN-S NE W FLOUR,
whieh'he will sell on asnmoderate terms as possible.
Try a sk, and convince yourself of_ its.-excellent
quality. .. . R. H. SULLIVANL.
-Jutly , . tf'... 26 .
CofM Soda Water I
APURE, Sparkling and Genuine quality of this
healthy, and invigorating potaion now draw
ing from renewed Founts, through new Composition
-Pipes; at the Counter of -' - -
Das., A. G. & T.-J-.FE'GUE.
MayQ 23 tf I-9.
P.or aic, .
TmWG Grade Devon Bull Calvesl. "Also,
. a few Grade Graziier and Suffoek Pigst
Enquire at this Offi.e.
Aug 29 . ti ' 32.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes -
JUST opened this day a fine seleotioti of Iadles'
UBlack afld Coloredjialters,- Itid68lipe. 'and
Wal-ing Shoes-also, Ms..c.' roedi Sn " -er hy
J ACO '_O1IL
BOn i IEi oLU WIA
DYSENTERY, DIARRNOEA.CHOLERA IORgJS,
BI.IOUB 0O0 0, CEO mR?m;
Ai faly aa mantydiseasits, r ~ol.
--mot s & - painful menstation.
Die virtues -;f .Tacob's Cordial ire too wel knowon
..to require encomiuts. -
1st. Ix cuma as wopsicam -oriwu'taA.
Md. IT coas vau Voasi roe or DnantsaTr.
8d. IT CamsALrOWNrA oz Mssoa r DAanA.
4th. IT ar,rzvas Tax ezvYasar rou. .
5th. Iv CRUs CzOLEAz MORaSs.
6th. IT CV is CnOdm3-IIsrAXTUr.
7th. IT ovas PAI1trUL MENsmvavTroN.
8th: IT aautvm PAN nr BacK-AM.:Loom.
9th. IT cowaraACS Nzzvoustas AND DI)rOl(DWEN.
10th. Ir mavToim1 IBEOUL&ZffTr7.,,.
11th. If DmP2Is oOoanT Aanfis5aiohn. Fmwuost
12tl.'I'aAif A3IURA Sr TOmo. ' -
"I have used Jacob's Cordial ln, I aly,' apd have.
round it a most efielqint,-and in my . a valuable
remedy."-Ron. R1oAs WArn, gof-Supreme Court,
SIt ies ie pleasure in -being able to- recommend- Ja.
o's o rdlal.my own .persenal-experence, and the expe
rience of my neighbors mnd friends around me, Is a sufficient
guirantee for me to-belleveli Lobe all that it purports to be,
viz: A aovzaxrex aSMtv."-Wx.H. Uxozaoop, Former
ly Judge-of Superior'Court,Cherokee Circult.. -
"I take great pleasure In recommending this Invaluable
medicine to all afflieted with bowel diaes, for which I be
lieve it lobe a sovereign remedy-decidediysuperior to any
thing else ever tried~iy me."-A: A. GAU.DDG, Deputy i.
M. Of.the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
" I have used Jacob's Cordlalin my family, and tbis.,with
all I hear about It as a remedy hy those'who have tried it,
induces me to believe that it stands-at the bead of every
preparatiba of the kind,.and I would recommend Its see in
the disease for which itis-compounded."-Mas -G'Do
Bute, Cishier of.the Bank of the Stateof Georgia, Grifn..
"If there is any-credibility la'humai ttonyjo
Cordial, mtust stand pre-eminentabove allother preperutloaa
for the cure of~Bowel Diseases, From tie mass of testimony
In its favor coming in from all quarters, it must be very far
in advance, as a curative agent, of most if not all other
patent tons-A. FLrEMaI, Cashier Marine and Fire
Insurance auk, Griffin. -
"This efiloentremedyiq travellibg into celebrily a-faet
as Bonaparte pnslted his columns into Eussia, aad- ning
commendation wherever ue&"d'-/leootsirui
For sale by G. L. PENN,.- Edgefield C. H., E.
H. A nDY, Perry's X Roads, Wellingham & Means,
Beech Branch; JAS. P. RicuAanson, Riohardson
ville; E, WATsON, Ridge P. O.; JOHN M1. CLaR,
Cold Springs; T. H. MJARsnALL& SoN,Granitevllle
June6 "' 6m . 21
Important to the Citizens ofEdgefeld!
D R. D E .N IS'
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA I
A PURE & UNADULTERATED ARTICLE,
FOR DISEASES.OF TIELIVER,.
Afl 2iS !?' Mme. 03.
T HIS SARSAPARILLA is made of the Sarsa
parilla which grows in'the Southern.States and
nothing else. It has the natural Sarsaparilla taste.
Its effect upon the. system in all cases in which Sar
aparilla is indicated is wonderful. It is a great
safeguard against diseases arising from a torpid state
of, the Liver, or impure state of the Blood..
Generally, it acts upon the Bowels lax'anild ,pr
gative or -laxative. It not only mildly moves the
Bowels, but gives tone to the system by restoring a
healthy-action in the Liver, and by freeing the blood
from its impurities:
For- children itis.,a great preventiveof worms
and supercedes the necessity of giving them-so
much worm medicine; at the same time it improves
their general health..
A better and more useful medicine cannot be in
troduced into Edgefield Distriot; either for profe.
sional or family use,- than th'e-Ge'orgia Sarsapar 16i.
This hSarsaparilla is not to-he sold erascemmis
aon. - --
Price, per bottle, $1-Six bottles $5. For sale by
iD7 Those ordering this-article fromtbrugglsfsor
Commission .Merchabia, should express in their or
ders, Dennis' Georgia Sarsaparilla.
.May 30, 1855, : 5m -12I
IROGERS LIVERWORT & TER,
COMPL-ETE dURE OF.COgGHS,
COLDS, IliFLUENZA, ASTflMA,.
BRONCHITIS, SPITTING OF ,
BLO)OD, & ALL OTHER'
LUNG COMPLAINTS TENDING-TO
T 'I petiitons getting into use-all over our country.
aetinformning us of cures effected in .their immediate
nelglborhoods, warrant us In aying it Is-one of the best, li
no te eery be'st Cough Medicines now-before the public.-It
-amost incrf ably rdeees and naot urargu'~ carthe
very worst Cass. When allother Cog rprtonslhave
failed, this has relieved the patient, adrgst, dealers in
medicines, and physicians can testify.-; Althe -Agent in
your nearest town, what huas .been his experience of theef
fees 6f this medicine. If he has been- selling it -for any
-length of tihne-he will tell you.. ...
*IT.IS THlE. BEST MEDICINE-EXTANT.
Below we ivoir few extractafrom letters we have receiv
ed. latcegarin the virtues of this medicine. ~
Dr.S.. Oln, o Knoxville, Ga.,says :-V~trvee:in
.orLiverwcort aind Tar ery artensirely in my practice,
rthree years past, and,u is wcith peasurelIstata my be
~is l UPEatoffrY OVEE ALL..r OHita AaWC.SS 'rWLA aehich
am acquaintedjfor uie~iku -it recbmaended."
Messrs. Fitrzgerald & Benners, writing from Waynesville,
N. C.. say:-"' ThgeLAeerreert .sf ihr ia becoming dailyj
moeppIrin tAis cotsn*7, . AND WN imw JisTLY 50.
2 hoha-s tr led it speak a -eommendable' terms of it,
-nd eay it is very Qeretcal in alleetating thecomplainte
forteieA it is ereramendedd"
Our Agent in Pickens,-S. C.,Mbr. S. B. McFall, assuresaus
-"that he ses it~soitA great benejft SIn his-own family, and-re
omend it to his neighbors." H~e gives an Instance of a
negro-womnan, in his vfclnity, who had been sulfering with
disease of the lung for year,. -atmended with, severe cough,
who was relievedy the Liverwort, and.Tar.
Sudh are the ~o4reports we heny of 'this mediie from
all parts of the hotl. For a reportdof tlie sorprit~cerea
It has performed in the Western and Northern end Eastern
-States, we would invite the suffering patient. to read the
papletalae occompanles each bottle. To -all, we say,
TRY THE MEDICINEI .
-- B'eWARENE-D IN S2EA.BONi!
And neglect not that cough- which Is daily weaking your
cos Ituinrritating,- your throat andlungs, and frn
, that dread disease, Consumption, when so soothfrug and
Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr.;-Rodgers' Syrujrof
Livrwort and Tar. - -. - ' - .
Beware of Counterfelts and Base lulataions.
Thegenuino -altiele.is algued Aimaiw Bones, on the
engav.,wrapper around each bottle. -
rlcogl per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Sold wholesale
andretail by -
, SCOVIL & MEAD,.
1 harriSL..bit.-Conti ad'St. Lonls,,N. 0.
SOLEm Aomoa roa vuz -Souamaxs.TvAvu, Owhomr all or
E~s andLapplctions fr A el~esmust bo a~fse.
Sodaso by G. L.PENNXgfll-0. I; WADLAW&
LYONf. Abbevillo C. IL. T. C.RSLEY. L~aurenaville- J. F.
ugsa-Ga., an IIVLAD J1 ALL dr,.0.,
Ch aestn. - - . l - .1
- To the Ladies,
~jRS. E. "T. HAMILTON, takes
.J.this method of Ipforming the Ladies o W
Edgefichd Villag'e and' vicinity, ibat she has eom
ilinery and-Dress-Making Business,
at the Store:formnerly oeupied.by Mnr, BROWN. -
.. Nov i 6 tf ' 44
ofWin. H. Adams,-deo'd., are herirbynotllled
to present the same, properly attested,-for payment,
nd those who are indebted to the-Eatater are re.
questedto make-payment to
E. PENN1 Adm'or.
Jan 24 .... - - -tf .
-Valuable Land for Salo.
I''ilF Subscriber ,of'ers for ,de -ON~E .HtN
LDRKD'and SEVENTY- VE soes of-Land.
It is' allib woods,'and the best tihibeed ofa
Lndin this section of country. -Said .Tract, --
wins lands of Coi. W. I6. Coleman, Daniel. Pesy,
Malihi Cogburn,.the-Eatato f Lewis D~erriok, and
he tract -on which the-Subscriber reside If not
preViosly-od ot, pr'ivate sle, -It-wiltbeisipced-of
on the first. -Mouday In October next, -on-a credit
ttntl tle Blaft Januar t-i ~o t
iU aIaii Qleselif te pureh'r of thl Aovee
-sire~tp bey,.the higal.valable plantation on which
l.e contamningz-tUR HIUNDRED) ACRES.
I iseonme unnleear-y t-.say any thing more.o(
these truly 6xcellent Tractiof Land.
-1I treiated for ptivatelyf a gtook buaa esap be'
'gT For frtlic~brmatiol da109 th ie (nubadri-.
Feb1 - - 6, -a
P ILL TILES GradugWsMese Spitulara and.
-Ptt'Koiva--for sale by
-A. . T. J. TEAGUE, Dr-uggista.
M ay 23 O 9y tu ,
pU n 4tBladde'r $fINDOW GLAS~ any
e cuito oide. Ir aleo by
A. G-& T. iAUK Udi
eg ' 1%Gi CONER3 IUIf.
QZA1h3'ZO i,D O."'r.
-EEP copstanti on . hand, and fe' i
iiDfriend. ai' pdbi gealyt T
lOreIp and DoBti0CDiy G$*
In heSoutberp States Their Stuok u .onb St1 "
supplied with a fall asortment of.
Of all the newest naris 'f sn F e
Ia.Sijis, Toswel, ~ei Gueina res,
Mut"ra, Berdhiu4 M!(pi. ad -Mowraiag
Goods of all hiad, - -
EveningDres os-poes e
.Getlea,1e .G-a e s4 ey?" -
Cloths, Casirnerf, VttingsreLdUan
Costings,of best French:Goos'- - j
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, ::' - - _
Rose, Whitney, and BathB-R IAW B --
Red and White:Flannels, . .. %
English and American.Cottas Flntia's.
:French, English and American Pnntand Caer
bries, ' ' -
Linens, of Riohrdson's. oelebriied wshefor
Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Tableipa ,
Doylies, Napkins, Toirelligu. H B. and -
baek' Diapers, Fruit Cloths, Glass Clothlp
" CTR E.t4 '1 8.:
IJnraln, ira Ply, Dmal, T pstry lnd vet,
British agt American FlIoor 0~1b Iii,
Wlton Velvdt and mnimhitr Edi~ 'R'
White and Colored-Matngs, of AIridths,
Stairods andiSsie Carpetings, of all klnde..- *
Of every varietyin . SAT I N an ORT1D
Curtaia Caus6eics sad ailin,.
Embroidered Lace andiMalin Citiii,*
GiltCornices,- Curtain Gimps, -Ueesf ya6
Tassel.; Drapery Cords, Bell .Rope&,c. -
Blankets, Plains, Kreyis Ceppe'd
Cotton Osnabnrgs,of all the bestSotp
gg" All the above, with ev otherlipt tY
GOODS wbich can be Jemazded, as e oC9U3.
OWN DIRECT IPOR
offered pt the. Lowest Market Pdcga.for asl, .
City acceptanee. -
gg*TheONE PRICE SYSTEM is a ittied -
hered to. An Goods-are warranted, and alt
filled with promptness and the most-pae&
tion. . BROWNNG- LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan.25, . 13 +
STATE. OF SOUTH CAROLINAti
- -IN COMMON PLEA ' "
ABSALOM T.ODG1&g who.ia;.nw P fe'
-M custody of the. Sheriff. fdf Rld
by virtue of a Writ of Capie R
af the snif of John Colgan, n ' llediair
together with a .Seheddie ou oatl'aTh i" t"
efrects; lispetition to the Cinrt'of ,-Cdiiulelem
praying that he may be adimitfed to 'theAetq " e .
General Assembly made 'fol the relitif'.if p
debfors, it is ordered, that the said $oln -
and all other creditora t:rwhkr* the 'said Aim bb
T.. lodges, is in anywise indebted, are hepiby
summoned and have notioe.to appear Befoii this
saeil Codrt at .1gefreld Court Hqser, the Oet
day In'Oetober'next, of On soale'&lb cone
bient ayto-bd set apart-and appointes,-lhTeA
siio- thie said Court,- tobhoweanse,Ia1e
'ean, why this prayerof theptioeavud
n~ b gi~THOS. d. BATCbk s
CleAh's Office, JTne .18,1855.'.ii
STATlE OF' 8OUT-HCARLHU,
- EDGEFIELD -DJSTRIC~/
- IN COMMOCN PTAt -
of a Writ of tapiasdd &atisfaciabcfiit
of R.L. Wasia, haiidg'Sed lwayO igthisr
wit his sehednee e asbs Jieas5.ian shi
pettio t..tbe Court of Coame~sss preyuging
he may be admitted tothe bene6t~ thie ketsof the.
Genesa) Assembly, made for th~rlief foraeoyen
debtors,'It is ordefed, That the ialdsR . L. Wasis
and all othef ereditors to t*hom thds'i-eny11.
Stayson, is is anywise indebted, anadtlis ~ahekb
amsseI atd 'gaepotiee to - pEiseW the
sad Conrt at Edgeleld C. Ji.,d .tat MlS~War
in October next, or og some otliet contessie* dier
to be~ s'et apart andappointed during the sitting ef
the said Cut,ito show cause, if any they tran1.I
the prayer of the petitioner aforesaid abonid'ot be
granted. .THOS.. G. BACON, Q. c. 5. D.
Clerk's Ofiie,Jnei 2l3; 1855.'' '1t H4
. STATE-OF SOUT H CAROLtNA
F .Wod ,. - -' .
e.. Fe reign Atta'c~mne
j'IE Plnitiiif in the-above state4 -eek;mp
.Lthis d'aj mied his D'eclaration in sy fl,)d
the Jyfeadant having neither wife nor'Atoee
known to reside the within the limits oftiaik t e,
on ivhoin eapies of said- Deeiaration tuiti rofs to
plad 'edn be served-, On motlin ,.b 5Ir- 'AbAs,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Ordamed that said ' disegha' t
appear and plead to sai& De'elr-witinas gesa
and a day from the date hereof, orlanalansdi. e
judgnient will be-given against him.
THIOS. 0. BACON,c~u. ma; '
March 15,1855. 1919
tate of S4uth Crraua -
BILH T. WRIGH'T, Esguire1.Ordinsiiraf Bkigs
- fiek District. - -
-Whereas, MIary Morris,'n applied Rie
Leuiers of Ammetraon, on altand igjrb
usand ebattle., rights .n4credtsdfAibil
ris late of the Dharlet jvqdedcss.>
'Ths'ag Odb ad fuhatisah41 *d
-ed, 17o be'andaapear iefes mest oir anx OrW.
,Cour-fortlle said Distriet,-Jo be holdsn at
Cf.,.on thel30th dayer Setsmabeiest,.
granted.. . - - - .w
Given umder iny hand aneseal, thil
gus in theyea'r ofor Lione tit~aji
a'Sfty-Ave anii tightit
- .~I.-T;WRIGT,Q. gD.
STA Ta OF SOU RlOLINA.
YLT.WRIGot dmuie winary' qf iSe
B e.d1Di~stlet-~ ~ -. ..
Lttei of kdministraII W'.h U~f~
-lan aadia .s e a dhf~- l:;
ea'seafIeWhy t nosS~'
be eed.' -- - '
's.-Ga -ande-tenyhand-nd ad
A in~d the saiot Lordone
he. ndpntuhernet s s
Aeng.41 .-.; 8 ' -
hudED G FtyiELD aD IuS'I'5AyICT,
Ms rA1iiSof 6l no iLien tl
Ma eiion toshe Coittofea
ofaWit. of a4.wfjf~
rslit of Sidoit tiyehan'isle Itt16e
t gdewt qSdidulebnea r elti deters'to
the~u Erthalonday e'beraiett,~ intae ismdMer
con&ntendey't be eet apatd ap othr date a tuin
thitgo f the said Cou.Harttoshweae,9 n
they can, why.the-5ayer *the said petitimn are
said shouldp~ot hA~4~1AOt9
appet nsole Agn fpe-Jeobo Chlba
.ted D tery and --mCss4 41.1.
N fambug, it% ~ 2,