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W uaLESALE AND RET.31.
TRUNKS, GARPET BAGS, &,
T g. NEWV & CO., under the U
V " S. Hotel, AUGUSTA. Ga., are now receivint
and egeniak tit LARGEST,' BEST end MOS1
FAStIONABLE ASSORTMENT of
EVER oerrd in the Citi or Afuusta,- comprising
EV RY VAIRE T Y. of 4
- FUnarIsHnt AUTWLzS
?or Gentlenen and Youth's Wear, which for su
pei'or QUALITY t1: MANUFACTURE' canno
be surpassed i-s -or any other Market. In add;
tion.to which, we wilt weekly receive -
ffrom our House in New York. We also keep oon
'stantly on hand a LARGE AND SPLENDID
lyouth's & Children's Clothing
gCuuotry Merchants and ALL -PERSONS
'vsiting. Augusta will certainly find it to their interest
'to examine our Stock, as we are determined to offer
our Goods to the trading public on the most reasn
ble terms. -
'i Thankful for the past kind and liberal pat.
peonage that we have received from the citizens of
Edgeflield and the adjoining Districts, we hope to
merit a continuance.of the some. -
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
:Augusta, Sept 24, tf 36
T[ HE Undersigned have associated with them in
I the. Ready-Made Clothing Business, Mr. C.
1L DAY and W.M. S. WISE, and will continue
rihe same under the name of J. M. Newsy & Co.
HORA & NEWBY.
SAu 1, 1855. tf 37
.:Eava-sa Plaza EIotterE.
.JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
(By Authority of. the State of Georgia.]
Sr IS Lottery is conducted on the plan of the
Royal Lottery of I lavana, of sing'e numbers
--and drawn at CONCERT HALL. Macan, Ga.,
wunder the sworn superintendanee of Col. GEo. 5.
Loo* and .AS. A. NJsSET, Esq. -
* .rand Scheme for October 15, 1855.
"When Prizes amounting to
W. ILL E DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:
I Prize of .......$15,000 is.......$15.000
1. -6'. ........ 5,400 is..... .. 5,000
1 4 ........ 3,000 is.....-.. 3,000
1. " ........ 2,000 is........ 2,000
. " '... .. 1,500 is....... 1-.500
1 " ...:.... ],100 is........ 1,100
.i. a 1,000 is........ 5.000
30 ^ ........ 500 is........ 5.000
10 " '... 200 is........ 2,000
10 " . 120 is........ 1.200
25 " ..... 100 is.... ...2,500
70 " ..... 50 is.......3,500
336 " ..... 25is.......8,400
28 A pproximation prizes..............ot00O
501 Prizes amounting to $60,000.
ONLY 10,000 rcuasEas.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid
when due, in full, withaoutdeductiiin. Orders strictly
confidentia!. Drawings sent to orders. Registered
letter at my rizk. .Bills on all solvent Banks at par.
Tiekets $10 ; IHalves.$3; Quarters $2,50
J.\S. F. WINTER, Manager, Macon, Ga.
Sept 26 3t 37
sTATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
-DY H. T. WIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
.L feld District:
Whereas, Wan. S. Anderson, hats applied to me for
Letters of Administration, de bouion, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and credts
of James Weathersby, late of the Distrct aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to. cite and admonish all and
singnlarzahe kindred and creditors of thte said deceas
ed, to be amsi appear befoare me, at ouarnext Ordinary's
Couri for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on .he 5th day of October next, to show
ceause, if any, why the said Administration should not
Given under mylhand and seal, this 21st day of
Sept. in the -rear of our Lord one thgousand eight
Jundred and fifty-five, and in the 80th year or Aeri
can ndepndene. . T. W RIGHT, 0. E. D.
Sept 28 2t 37
State of South Carolina,
. IN ORDINARY.
DY H. Ti WRIG HT, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
-Whereas, Win. S. Anderson has applied to me for
Letters of Administration,, on all and singular the
gosand chaules, rights and credits of Johna 8. Morris
fate of the District aforesaid, deceased.
' These are, therefore, to cite and adnmnisha all and
-singular, the kindred and creditors of thet said dleceas
.ed,-to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to he holdent at E~dgefield
-C. H., on the 5:h day of October next, to show
scause, if any, why the said administration should not he
Given under any haand and seal, this 18th day of Sept.
in the year of- our Lord one thousand eight haundired
and fly-five, and in the 80th yqar of American Lade
~peaeuc. - H. T. WREIGHT, 0. E. D.
-Sept.,26 . , .'2: 3
.Land for Bale f
HESubseriber being desirons of
motvifg West,. offers for sale the ,~~
ifRACT OF L ANI) on which he now HSI
ives, cotaining Two hunadrodl anad Ten
.Adres.' Said innad is situate on the waters of Dry
'Cre~ek and on Me'Nary's Ferry Road, about three
nniles from Lott's P 0. A bout sixty neres cleared,
,enoastly fresh--the b ance is Gine woodlaud.
-* For further inforuantioanapply to the subscriber
.on the premises. - F. W. SOL.EE.
*AogB 8 tf- - 30
UATERE AS NELLY PA RTAIN has possessed
Wherself unlawfully of sundry single biils,
promissory n'.tes, atd evidenees of debt 6eclonginag
to Burdett Ether:dge, late of this Distrcet, deceased,
-all and singular, the makers, endorsers n guar
rantors of .the bamne, ate hereby. foirewvarned against
making any pa ymnent to, or having any settlement
qirith the said Nevlly,.r any one else dining under
iher,'.io .respeet thereto; and all oilher persons are
tlikewise eauaipedl aga.inst trading or detaling ith
the said Nelly Persp, tar or on'necount of the ssad
fs,t.s siagle bills and ev~ideziees of debt, or any of
'ithemn,-And all and singelar, .the peatra*s by whjomt
;espiectively the sid demands are owing, are re
.qie'e rtii. to mnke .piyan-ent thereof to thte
.ebuseriber, who is thaE A dministrator and legal rep
resenative oif tbe said deceased.
B3EN-JAMIN ETHIERIDGE, ad'or.
Sept3, 156.Of Buardaitt Etheridge, de.'d.
HEqf) public are Avurnedl against trading for two
..Notes given by .Jqhn S. Pulatty and Wilson
Keang, for One Ilundrjed Dollars each, payable to
.Allison Cleg or bearer-the &stuaote due the 25th
..Deceber nest, and the othber due 25th Dec 1856.
.r Cleigg having refused to .coruply wi th his part
,.of Jhe contrasdt, the coansideration for ike said notes
5affpied n but tpea8 to paythm
Sept 17,1855. St 2
HJEK Sabscriber whees to buy LAND WAR.
.RANT, ad el ie- tip highest Cs
paees forthemrt - - - . h-SULLUVAN.
Augusti ' tf . .2.
T HIE Partaerabig of BONHIAM & MABRE
for the practiseqf Xhw.iand Egity~p this day
dissolved'by Its owrn-thlt.%tion.
'The unhInishted busins of j'e- Firm will lie at.
' tendeJ to by eithei- partner. 'Eaeh will .oodtinte
. phgacatice ont his owh seeant.
o - - -M. L. BONH AM,
H, L, CUNNINGHAM & CO.
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND D.ALEEa IN . -
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS,
wAMBUrG, S. 0.
WE take this opportunity of returning thanks
to our patrons and friends for the very liberal
encouragement and..favors we have received for
several years past, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same.. Our high.est aims, and best en
deavors will be to merit and deserve the patronage
of our old customers, friends and the - publicgene
rally, by conducting our business as we have done
heretorore, and inereasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And making it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their trade.
The increased- patronage we have received and
are'continually remiving ba -induced.us to BUY A.
LARGE and WELL ASSOETEDStock of Goods.
ib order to meet the growing demands and increase
The Superior Quality
Of all Goods offered to the Publie at this establish
ment, is so.well- known that very little need be said
upon this subject. - But with the unity of LOW
PRICEs. and the VERY BEST QUALITY OF
GOODS, is the system of business the subscribers
are determined to carry out. This will be made ap
plicable to every branch of their business.
Our Goods in all instances will be what they are
represented to be-and when sold by sample, shall
always be in conformity with the sample.
We are constantly receiving and have in Store
a COMPLETE ASSORT1BMENT of
LOAF, CRUSHED; CLARFIED, ST. CROIX
AND ORLEANS SUGARS,
ORLEANS SYRUP & CUBA MOLASSES,
TENNESSEE AND BALTIMORE BACON, LARD
.SODA, STARCH, SOAP,
WHITE WINE AND VINEGARS, &c.
A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting of Pipes, Half Pipes and Quarter Casks of
Of the following celebrated Brands and, Vintages,
Oard, Dupy & Co., 1838, 1844. 1847.'
Alex. Signett, 1852, 1855.
h lartel & Co., - 1847.
Azarat Signett, 1849.
J. J. Iaupy, 1848.
P. Sienett. 1850.
OLD BORDEAUX & CHAMPAGNE BRANDIES.
MADEIRA, PORT AND SHERRY WINES,
JAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUNS,
GIBSON'S EAGLE W HISK E Y, AND
Domestic Liquors of all kinds!
Tis Anaanrsswrs of our Store are such as to
make this Establishment in fact the substitute of the
cellar of every consumer.
HOTELS and persons wanting small assorted
lots of Choice Wines and Liquors for special occa
sions, can be supplied at the shortest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FAMILIES can command the best Table Wines
at very low prices, as also the cheapest sorts of
Wines and Liquors fur culinary purposes.
PHYSICIANS requiring fine Liquors for medi
cnl purposes are particularly solicited to call and ex
amine our Stock.
We keep constantly oni hand a
Of Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, Saddle
Blankets, Bed Blankets, several Cases of fine
Sewed and Pegged Boots and Shoes, La
dies, Misses and Children's Shoes,
Waterproof Hunting and Ditch
er's Boots, Bomys and Men's
Brogans from No I to 15,
Fur, W'ont and Silk Ilats,
Cloth, Plush and Fancy Caps,
Osniaburgs, Sheetings, Shairtings, Stripes,
Georgia Plains, Gunny and Dundee Bagging,
Jiale Rope. Twine, &c., &c.
We solicit CASH ORDERS from parties not
visiting our Town, and will endeavor in all instan
as to satisfy in every particular, all wvho confide
their orders to us.
Persons visiting this Mlarket are earnestly solicited
to give us a call bcfore they make their purchases.
Weare deternmined to make it to their advantage
by selling them their supplies LOW ER than they
can buy them elsewhere.
11 We will give the market price for Cotton,
and every other kind of produce offered.
H. L CUNNINGHAM,
Hamburg, Sept 18 tf 36
Land Warrants Wanted,
T IIE Undersigned, at A bbevil!e C. II., S. C., is
Inow buying W ARR ANTS at an advance on
former prices. Hanving made arrangements with a
number of Hanking Ilouses, I am enabled to buy
ana unlimited number of Warrants at thme VERY
[IIGH EST CASIH PRICES. I would respectfully
ask that Warranat holders will not sell without con
sulting me, as I am regularly informed of prices.
Try the market, get the highest bid, and let nme
know what you are offered, and then if I do not
outbid the highest, [ cannot expect to buy.
57 I will deliver the money to Warrant holders
in Georgia and the surrounding Ilistricts, before
delivering their Warrants,if they will address me a
letter, giving the amount that they are offered for
them. W. C. DAVIS.
A bbeville C. IL, Sept 15, 3t 36
T TIE Stmoekhmolders of the Edgefield Odd Fel
lows & Masonic Building Association are re
minded thamt the annual. meeting will be held on
Tuesday eveming the 2nd of October next, at 7
'cainet in the 0,1.d Fellows' ilall, over the Printing
Offie. A p~unetual attendance of all the Stoekhmol
ders is pauticularly requested
A. G. TE AGUE, Pres't.
Sept 19 . *2t . 36
ALrL Persons olhlabed to tihe Estate oIf Dcmey
14u.ney, late .of thi. D)istriet, deceased, will
lease. make pamyaet to the Undersigned on or be
'ure the first day of .laneary next. a I am anxious to
lose the Estate. Those haring demands aginst
the same are rceueted ,to prsemt them in pro'per
forta. D. L. J5USIP, Ex'or.
Se.pt IS 3t 35
TI'~IE Undersigned respeetfolly anous to
Ithose that have Land Warranta forsale, to calI
at his Store, opposite the American flotel, in Ham
brg, where the highest cash prices will be -aid for
thenm. THOU. II. TR INT.
hlambmrg, July 2, Gin 2
1V3HE Town Council of Hamnburg S. C., will ap
Lply to the General Assembly of the Stat, at
its next Session for various Amnendments of its Char
tie. JOHN E. MeIJONALD, Clerki.
Aug 27, - 3Sm 38
A LL Persons any wise indebted to the Subscri,
ber, either by Note or Asenunt, are reqpested
to pay up, as I am determined to close up my busi
ness. All persons failing to comoply with the above
notice had better lookout.
Sept 20 ~ i . . 31
Paints, Oils, Dy. Stuas,
PUTTA in Bladders, WINDOW GLASS, any
size cut to order. For sale by
.A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 -' . If , 19
Edge~eld & Aiken Rail Road.
-OTICE is hereby given that application will be
Nmade at the next Session of our Legislaturs
for a Charter incorporating a Company to build a
ail Road from Aiken or Augusta to Edgefield U'.H.
June 27 3m 24
O'N hand a- fine supply of Brussels, Tapestry
~. Velvet, Ingrain .and Venetian CARPETS,
which will he sold at very row prices. ' .
.Augusta, July 30, if 29
'FWO GrdeVOR Dual Calves. Also,
afwGaeGrazier.anad Suffock Pigp.
WARD, BURCHARD & CO.
A RE now .opening their FALL and WINTER
A supplies of" C HO IC E FAMILY DRY
GOODS, seleoted with great care from recent Im
portations, and comprising an assortment which for
RICHNESS, VARIETY AND EXTENT,
is not usually found in this market. As they now
have the- reputation of selling First Class
Goods upon a MUCH LOWER SCALE OF
PRICES than they have been usually.brought here,
they beg to assure their friends in Edgefield District
that they intend to keep up this standard of
And to KEEP DOWN PRICES to a fair remu
g To Cash and 'prompt paying customers, and
to none others, we shall offer great inducements to
visit our establishment.. Our-Stoek.consists in part
of the following . -d
RICH VELVIT BROCADE SILKS;
Morio Antigue SILKS, in black and colors;
New and beautiful shades of Plain and Ripped
SILKS, very-heavy and rich;
Plaid and Striped SILKS in great variety ;
Black Italini and Taffita SILKS;
Silk Robes, Satin Turk, Cashmeses, DeLaines;
Ameline Cloths, Plaid Staffs;
French and English MERINOS, all shades;
Plevin DeLnines, Persian Cloths;
English French and Amerionp CALICOES and
GINGH'A MS, Calico ROBES, &e.;
Black Bombazines. Canton Crapes; '
Canton Cloths, Black Challies and Alpneens;
EMBROILERIES and LACE Goods of every
EVENING DRESS GOODS in every variety.
Mens' and Boys' Wear,
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, SATINETS, VEST
INGs, TWEEDS. &c.
For Family Use.
BATH, WIIITN BY and ROSE BLANKETS;
Linen and Cotton Sheetins ;
Pillow Case Linens and Cottons;
Red, White, Grey Green, Blue, Welsh, Saxony,
and Domestic F1,ANN ELS; -
Table )amnsk, lDoylies, Napkins, Towelings ;
Wine Cloths, Fruit-Cloths;
Lace and Muslin Curtains, Curtain Materials;
Colored and White Dimities;
luckaback and Birds-Eye Dinpers, &e.
NEGRO BLANKETS, Georgia and Kentucky
Plains, Cotton Osnaburgs, Georgia Stripes, &c.
M Orders filled with the most careful attention,
and all Gn'ods Warranted.
WARD, BURCHA RD& CO.
Augusta, Sept 18, tr 36
NEW FALL GOODS.
L D. LALLERSTEDT, has received at
. the corner of Globe Io-tel, Augusta, Georgia,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE Stuck of 3
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
In the City, embraeing e.very. new-style of
Valois de Ispatk.m DRESSES and ROBES;
Plain Black, Watered and Figured SILKS;
Moiro Antique and Printed DELAINES,
Moiro Antique Velvet and Cloth TALMAS and
Colored and1 Black A LPACCA and MERINO,
English, French and Amerienn PRINTS;
Trimmed Auspasse COLLA RS and SLEEVES;
Maltese COLLA RS and LACES;
,Jaconet and Swiss TRIMlMINGS; . -
Mull and Jaconet Bands and Floneings:
Alexander and Bajou Kid and Silk GLOVES;
And an Endless Variety of everything sea
sonable for Ladies wear, to which especial attention
A u..usta, Sept 10, if 35
L D. LAL LE RSTFEDT. Augusta, Ga.,
.~ has just .apened a SUPERIOR assortment of1
Table Damask Nnpkins and Doulas,4
Piano and Table Covers,
Turkish Quilts and Valedeer Caunterpanes,
Extra 12-4 Lamb's WVool Bed Blankets,
Sheeting. and Shirtings, great variety,
Satinets and Morena Cassimnere.
---Ac La vEty STYLE or
Negro Blankets and Kerseys,
Stripes, Osnaburtzs and Georgia Plains, &ec, &c.,
o wvhich he invites attention.
A ugusta, Sept 12 4t 3
FRNITURE AND CHAIR
WE would call the attention of the public to
Your N W and WELL SELECTRED Stock oif
-A t the old stand,
NDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, BROAD STREET,
Where we are prepared to supply all- orders in our
ine, at Reduced Prices, and
We would invite purehmasers. to call before buying
lsewhere, for we WARRANT a
Large Deduction from Old Prices.
HENRY & SKINNER.
AUcousva, Sept. 7, 1855.
P. S.-Having made nrrangements for our Fall
Supplis with the " Excelaior Manufactory" of
New York, it enables us to sell at unprecedented
low rates. HI. & S.
Augusta, Sept 7 6m 35
H AVING released the " Augusta"
fur another term, I take pleasure in
aannouncing to the travelling public
md citizens of A ugusta, that it shall be the constant
desire of myself and my assistants to make the
Ilotel, in every respect, one of the first in the South.
It will be painted and re-furnished thoroughly in
afew days, when the guest will have an opportuni
ty of viewing the larget, best appointed, us well as
the most convenient Hotel in the State.
The Proprietor and his Lady, the (late Mrs. E.
C. West,) ever mindful of thme v.ast patronage' al
eady enjoyed by the Ho.tel, respectfully solicits a
ontinunee of it, and pledires their every effort to
nake the guest happy, and the ilotel a favorite with
h travelling community.
W. P. STARR, Proprietor.
Augusta, August 13, 3m 31
OPro5ITE. MAsoNIC HALL,
3B0AD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
c Isa :E :E! ce R O T AI 1
Are receiving their l'ull stock of
80OTS~ SNOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
JCur Stock will omiprise all the most fashionable ar
icles, and those thatecan be recommended for dura
blity. Also, a large and s'uperior lot of - '
Mena' Rip BROGANS and Womnen's Leather
We feel confident thtat we can show one of the
BEST ASSORT ED Stock of Goods that has ever
been in our~ City, and requent our customers and
reds to give us a call before purehasing.
Aug2S 3 m 3
ARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
.EDGEFIELD C. II., S. C.
HF IE Subscribers
.3continue to build
to order, and of the
BEST MATERIA L that can be proesred,
Oariago8; Buggies, Nc.,
Or EvERY S-TYLE'AND DxsCaRrm0N. They lso keep
oastantly on hand a fine and varied assortment of
New and SecondBad Carring es
UIREPAZRING'neatly and pronsptly attend
Thankful for past patronage, they hope by gilwing
due attention to theirbusiness and the interests of
their customerstootinu toreeive a liberal share
of public favor. C. McGREGOR,
F. L SMITH.
u;,.on - .- f . 1
. . HAM3 C
HE Undersigned opened in this place an
TENTIRE NE d WELL SELECTED
stock of Goods in the
Which he offers to his ads and the public gene
rally. Ile will be in a rket at all times for the
Cotton and--e her Produce.
Having secured the services of Mr. JosErN RosA
tON', as a Buyer of Cotton, he trusts in being able
o share a liberal patronage.
g"" He will also give attention to the sale of
otton and other prodq , and to the Receiving
nd Forwarding of Go'
,. R. J. DELPH.
Ilamburg, Sept 11. '--- 4t 35
Water Proof Ware=House,,
HAMBURG, S. C.
4 THE Subscriber, has taken the
Planters Water Proof
Ware-House, formerly occupied by Mr. JOHN
Isuua, Sr., and by strict attention to business he
topes to merit a liberal share of the patronage of
he generous public of the upper and Cotton-grow
The Ware House is above high -water mark and
nore secure from Fire than any other. Ware- Bouse
a Town. -
I will also attend to reeiving and forwarding
;oods, &c.,intrustcd to my eare. -
C.. H. KENNEY.
Hamburg, Sept ist, 1855. . " t 34
- Q Independent Press will copy one month and
orward account to . C. 11. K.
BAe ON; LARD, & c,
- - -AT THE STOR O
a. B ZIa-3'il *es 10 T,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Od IHDS'Ribed FINE BACON SIDES,
V 31,000 lbs. Tennewee Clenn do
3,000 lbs. Tenn.. AMS andSLIOULDERS.
5,000 lbs. Chioe'eiat LARD. n kegs and bble.
50 bbls. No 3 and 4 MACKEREL.
Half bbls and kite No 1 do .
100 bbls. Choice N. O.MOLASSES.
)5 lldas. Prune Cuba do
1,000 Sucks SALT.
100 Boxs.Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES
50 Boxes Jackson & Liukoln's No 1 SOAP.
10 Boxes Kenidalsimproved' Chemical Olive
A few Tnas Peruvian GUANO.
A. general assortment of Groceries. consisting of
SAGGING AND ROPE,-SUGAR AND COFFEE,
MULASSES, RICE, FLOUR.
Lime, Plaster,-Sole Leather,
Gun and Blasting Powder,.
SHOT, IRON, &c., &c.
For sale by J SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Sept 3 * . t 34
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
r the Undersigned,:under the Firm of W.&
. Iu.r., is dissolved- by mutual consent.
The unsettled business of the Firm will be ad
usted by WILLIAM HILL, who.is duly authorised to
,se the name of theFirm in liquidation.
Hamburg, S. C., August M, 1855.
IE Undersigned will continue the business in all
s branches at the"Old Stand, where he would be
~lesed to have ALL who are indebted to the Firm
anywise, to call and settle withtout delay.
Uamburg, Aug 31, 1855. 6m -35
L and for Sale.
JPHE subscriber of'ers for Sale-the TR ACT OF
SL'aND where he now lives, situnated about
n mile from Edgefield C. HI., containing and
Eight RIundred Acres,
4ore or less. There is on this desirable plantation
Two Story Dwelling House,
ith ten good rooms, together with all necessary
It Is well watered,-hmving a large number of good
col, and never-flniling springs of the piurest water.
The land is productive and well adaipted to the
|ultivation of Cotton and every kind of grain.
Thea situation is healthy and in. a good neighbor
aood, andl the tract could be divided so as to make
vo or three good <desirable settlements.
Also, tse Holanes Tract,
ontaining one hundred and sixty acres, more or
rrs, situated near Red Hill, and adjoining lanudsof
ol. Wyett Hiolmnes and others. This tract former
belonged to-the Estate of Wan. Holmes and was
urchased by mec at his ale.
The above lands will be sold on very accomnmoda
ing terms; and if desired, negro propertyv, at fair
ries, will be taken in part payment. -
I will be pleased to Rhowv the lands to any persons
eairing to purchase.CH ST .
An.,u t 23 _____tf 32.
U. S, Mtail Line!
FTER September 19th, 1835. the Stage will
.l leave Augusta for Edgefield C. H-., Daily (ex
ept Sunday) at 8 o'cloek. A. M1.
Returning leaves Edgefield on Mondays, Wed
adays anid Friadays at 3j o'clock, P. M.-and on
ueaya, Thursdays anal Saturdays at 6, P. M.
For Ninety-Six JDepot and all plnees on the line
if the Greenville & Co!pmbia Rail Road, will lenve
aLgelield Mondays, . Wednesdays and Fridays at 1
?. M. F;. M. Nl0lI01 AS. A oerT
-At Carolina Hotel.
N. B.-Prepaymnent is required of all freight, ex
reas Express freight, and thtat on delhverjy.
V. RIPL EY, PaOPRI ETOR.
S Sept 19 4t 36
State of South Carolina,
Edward M. Bussey,
as. Bill for Partition.
Joeph Bussey and others.
B Y Order of thec Court of Equity in this case, I
shall proceed to sell nt Edgelield Court Iliouse,
at public netioan, an the first Monday in liecember
text, the followang real Estate of IDemey Bussey,
lee'd., to wit :
1. One Tract of Land known as the SMITII
[RACT, containing one hundred and twenty acres,
1ore or less, and adjoining lands of 'Thomas Gar
et, Snrborough Broaidwatter sad others..
2. A nother Tract known as the E VAN S
RACT, containing One Hundredl acres, more or
mes, and adjoinaing lands of Joseph Prince, Alex
ander Sharpton and others.
Tuangs oF SAI.e.--Costs to be paid in cash. For
lie rest, a credit of twelve months. Purchasers
ill be required to give Bonds with ample surety
o secure the purchase money.
gg- Possession given lsttJaanuary 1850..
A. SIMKIN S, o. a. a. D.
Sept 13, Iit 36
STATE OF SOUJTH CA ROLINA,
- DGEFIELD DISTRICT.
ewis Robertson, A pplicant,
Wi. Morris, James Morris and -
[T appearing to my isatisfaction that Polly Chaap
petl, William Morris,-,Jlas .Morris. Rebeeca
lorris, Marshal Palmer and wvife Elizabeth, Barbara
E'almer,~Amelia llenderson Levi Fulmore, James
oehran and wife Nancy, Wiilliama Fullmore, Jo
eph J. Fullmore and Joseph Morris, reside beyond
he liits of this State, -It is therefore ordered that
hey do appear and object to the sale or division of
ie real estate of James Morris, Sr., dee'd., on or
eobre the 16th day of Dedember next, or their
monsent to the same will be entered of record.
Gien under my hand, at my offiee, this 16th day
( September, 1855.
.ZI, T.- WRIlGHT, o. E. P.
Ordinary's Olliec, Efdgefield C. HI.
S- 19 ., 3m 36.
LL Persons having any demands against the
Estate of Simeon Matthews, deo'd., will please
resent them properly, attested, and all those in
lebted to the Estate must makbi prompt payment as
he dlstributees are anixiouis to have the - matte*t set
ed. SIMPSOpT MATTHIEWS, Adm'r.
-TIIE DESlABLE Plantation on
which Mrs. Erah loor forAherly lived
Situated about nine miles West of Edgefield Court
House, on the waters of Turkey and Log Creeks.
There is a good Dwelling MLouse and other out
buildings. Also, a Grist Mill with a full share of
It istiow offered at private sale until the 7t1 day
of November, and if not purchased will be sold on
that day to the highest bidder.. Any infotmatiod
wanted can be had of Capt. A. T. Hodges or the
Subscriber. J. II. IlUGIHE9.
'Sept 12 tf 35
" Land for Sale,
DESIROUS of moving to.tbe West, I offer for
sale my Plantation in Abbeville District. oon
tainin Six Hundred and Fifty Acres,
One-hundred and fiy acres cleared, line hundred of
which is fresh and in a high state of..ecuttivtion
the balance in woodland, lies well' and is heavily
This Tract.of Lan lies immediafily on the Posf
Road, one tile from . Irs. Sarah Wideman's, aid
adjoins lands of Messrs. Anthofly-Harmon, Wm.'
Williams, .osiah and George P#tterson and others;
and for health is not surpassed by any place in the
District.. The production of The Lrnd Is equal to
any in the neighiborhood, as the present crop will
show. - It ,Is well watered, an excellent sgring idi
one hundred yards of the house, with running water
through. most of the-fields.
There is a comfortable Dwelling Iause with all
necessary outbuildings on the premises.
. The above named Tract of lend offers many in
ducements to a man wishing to- settle permanently.
In addition to its. beitig a good neighborhood, the
ontemplate'Valley Road will run in about two
hundred yar i of the most het*ily timbered part-of
the Trat; whqle tiiber wil- no doubt bein demand.
Ideem it unneeessary to givea tp.are detailed ac
count, bu't invite. persons wishing to bny to give me
a call. A. MUR'tIlT.
Sept 12 - tf 35
Excellent Eand for Sale.
I WILL offer for sale to the highest bidder, on
'the first Monday In November next, (if not pre
viously disposed of at private sal.-.) at Fdge.lield
C. It., my VAl.U-BLE PLANATION, eorq
taining Four Hundred and Thiriyr
two Acres, lyinn on both - ides of l.loyd's
Creek, about 22 miles frun Hamburg. This Creek
has a No. 1 tI LL SEAT on the' premised, and
aff Ards sufficient water to carry a Grist Mill. Ther.e
are about two hundred acres c.eared and ii a fine
state of cultivation. About 35 or 40 acres of splen
did low ground. On the premises are a comforta
ble )welling Ilouse with all necessary outbuildings.
Alo, two excellent Springs.
For further particulars, apply to.the Subscriber at
Hamburg, or Thos. Garrett and S. Broadwater, ad
joining the premises.
Sept 5 3t 34
Public Sale of Land !
WILL be sold to the highest bidder on the 25th
day of October next, near Cambidge, at
the late residence of Mrs. lizabeth Todd, deo"d.,
The Tract of Land
belonging to her Estate, containing FOUR IIUN
DIUED and TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES, about
One hundred and'seventy-five of which is in woods;
the balance being under fence, and in a good'state
of cultivation. On the premises there is a
Comfortable Two Story Dwelling,
With Six Rooms, each having a fire-place-a new
Gin louse, and all necessary out-buildings. The
Tract is watered by several excellent Springs, and
it is a place on which tine health is enjoyed.
The Land is well adapted to the culture of Cot
ton, Corn, Wheat and Oais.
117 Any person wishing to buy Land, in this
section of country will do well to exanuine this Tract
before the day of sate.
Thue Land will be sold on a credit of one and two
years. The Purchaser will be required to give
notes and two approve~d securities.
.1. McCitACKEN, ? Exo's
P. 11. ED)DINS. *
Sept 5 ., St - 34
VA LUABLE LA.ND FOR MAE
TfiIESubseriber ofrers for s:nie the TR ACT OF
L'AND whereon he now resides, situated about
fou- nmiles South of Edgefield C. II., containing
Near Six Hundred Acres,
With all necessary improvements.
Come and witness the present crop, and all will
be convinced as regards the tine quality of 'the land,
and its adaptation to thme cultivaton of cotton. corn
nd sm.sll grain. I will be plensed to show the
land to any one desiring to purchase.
L. S. JOIINSON.
Sept 5 ____ tf _ 34 .
Land for Sale !
BTY consent 'if the parties interested. I will pro.
coed to sell at Eudgefield C. i., on Saleday In
November next, the Tir ACT OF L AND on which
Iaae fiell, dee'd., lived at the time of-his death on
Turkey Creek, containing
One Hundred and Sixty-Nine Acres,
mre or less,'bounded by Lands of Dr. R. T. linis,
Rev. D. D. IBrunson amnd others.
Tmus.-On a credit until the 1st day of October
185. P'urchasers giving notes with anmple security.
gg Thme Lands will be shiown ,y application to
the Subsribr, and will eertainly be sold, unless
purchsd privately before the above tine.
JAMES. M. BELL.
Sept 5 ..f34
Splendid Land. for Sale,
TlIE Subscriber offrs forsalc the Tract of Land
.upon which hte now resides, situated about two
miles below time Pine I louse, and. immediately on the
'Plank Road. The Tract containis
Two Hundred Acres,
About eighty of which are elenred )tnd in a high
state of cultivatimn, .while the rest is heavily titm
liered. There are on the premises an excellent
Dwelling h ouse, good Negro H ouses, &c., &e.
Personms desirmius of purchasing can a.pplj to the
Undersigned on the place. MTHIS
June27 tf 24 .
House and Lot for Sale
IT being theintention of the subscriber to remove
to New York, he offrs for sale (on acoomumo
dating termts) his 110 USE AND LOT in the Vil
lage of Edgetield.
Upon the Lot there is a never-fiiiling wvell of the
oolest water in the Village. All necessary out
buildings, Gardens, hlot-llouse, &e-'
ELK ERT BLAND.
A ug 29 tf 33
Land for Sale.
T ESubscriber aftirs for sale his V AL UA BLE
PLA NT AT10ON, lying on Cuff'y Town Creek,
three miles North-Eaist of' Liberty 11ill, containing
Three. Hundred k Seventy-five Acres,
One hundred and twenty-five acres -elenred -nil
fresh andl in a high state or cultivation. This land
is well adapted to Corti, Cotton and small Grain.
The present crop will compare faivorable with any
in this section.
Those desirous to buylaind would dowell to come
and look at it, as it is located favoratbly for raising
stock and other advantaiges.
This Tract is healthy, well-watered and conveni
I am determined to sell, and will sell A GRE AT
BARGAIN to an approved purchaser.
gr For further particulars, enquire of Mr. Jas
Sheppard and WV. WV. Adams, Esq.. at Edgefield
C. I, or to the Undersigned.
A.. G. GASKIN.
Sept 5. 4t 34
tate of South Carolina,
Lydia Sanders and others1 Petition for the sale
vs. of trust property.
ITe anderst.m satis tion that Moses San
de.the.LDefendanft In this case, 'resides beyond
the imits of this State, On motion of Landru,,
Petitioner's Solicitor, It is ordered that he do plead,
answer or demur, to the said Petition withiin three
months from the publication of this rule, or tle pe
titi'on will be taken pr'o confesso against him.I
A. SIMKINS, c. mc. E. D.
Sept5 - ' Sni 3m3
Ortars Iron and Wedgew00d.
)ILL TILES, Graduate Measures, Spatulars atnd
.Putta Knive,-for sale by -
A. G. & T..J. TEAGUE, Druggists..
M--..o- . . .-14 -, 1 jj
- R. D. BRYAN.
THOS. G. BACON.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURJSOE.
". JAMES EIDSON.
Tor Tax Collector
.A. R. ABLE,
M. "B. WHITTLE,
BARNEY LAMAR. ~
THOMAS B. REESE,
0. N. WEIGHT, DENTIST.
, FfICE over Messrs. CAaWI CuIEAL
& ByAd's hardware Store, Broad
tregt, Augusta, Ga.
All Operations pertaining to Dentistry will be at
tended to with promptness, and to the entire satin
action of all whomay favor him with their patronage.
W Gol( Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder
&o., furnisned to Dentists for Cash. .
Augusta, May 1 ly - 16 1
DENTAL' SURGERY I
R. H. PARKER, -respectfally informs
the ci-izens of Edgefield District, that ht may
be fou pd during sale day week at the-Planter's Ho
tel, Edgefield C.-H., and' at his residence on the
Anderson - road, eighteeu mailes North-east of the
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following.
-pecimens of .his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles, can be seen at his Office.
is address, when in the country, as heretofore,
leepy Creek, P. 0.
Dec 27 tf .
Special Medical Notice.
01E.E of 23"WSPEEPZA.
'111E undersigned is being consulted by retter
I from all parts of the Unioi, by those who are
suffering from DYSPEPSIA and its consequent
general yenkaness, muscular relaxation, and nervous
debility. Naving for the last few years, ii hip prc.
tier of medicine, turned his attention almost entirely.
to the treatment of this disease, he is enabled from
his large experience to institute a peculiarity of treat
ment that will enable the patient to see, fefl, and
knet. after-a day or two's treatment, that his recove
ry has already commenced.- las he a dry tongue,
thirst, loss of appetite. constipation of bowels, nausea
an vomiting ?-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu
ral heat ?-is he troubled with sleeplesness;starting
in his sleep, somnolency, impaired volition-with
palpit~ation or fluttering"; of the heart, and easily
out of breath by quiksnod exertionst All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment will com
menea to disappear.
Terms of Treatment.
$5.00 for first consultation. Medicine forwarded
by mail, with full and explicit written directions of
the course of treatment, &e., to be pursued. Each
subsequent consultation and medicine forwarded,
$2.00.. Money remitted in all instances should be
registered" at the post-office. All -letters to be
addressed to the undersigned.
WILLIAM W. BULSSlM. T.,
20. Beekman St., New York.
.July 25. ..6m . 28
STARTEING, BUT TRUE..
WARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN!
Why Females SuE ter in Health.
No woman of delIcacy is willtngto disclose the- pemnllax
itments Incident to her sex, even to a most lantimate family
h inodesty and delicacy is implanted by nature, and
neither ahould nor need be subjected to the rude shocks In
evitable in making known to the other sel these allmentsbe
ling exclusively to the female,
Lxcept in extreme cases, her sensitiveness wilt sacrifice
her ealth rather than her delcacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and life-leng.
Thus what at first could have been easIly remedied, or
perhaps better still, not Incurred, becomues a complIcatIon of
isease, not only ruIning the health of the mother, and em
bittering her day by sickness and suffering, but entailing
broken constitutlos upon her children, and emnbarrassing, if
not distresslng, the business and pecuniary prospects of the
husband. Let every senslble woman
. J.Jg? IIAJJ.,AJd 1V 1.NRE,
as.thouands5 have done) by the bitter experienee and sufe'r
nsof others, of thte dreadful cosqences she entails upon
ersef ad those endeared to' her, ~ her Ignorance of the
implest and ptatinest rules or helhas connected with the
arrae state, the violation of whteh entals disease, suffer
irN many are suffcring from obstruction or lrrcgulartes
peculiar to the female system, which undermine the health,
the etfects of which they are ignorant, and for which their
delicacy forbids seekini medical advIce!I How many suffer
rm opro))U* iteri( lang of the womb,) or from Jtuor
ubi(weakness, debility, &c.)! 1How many are In constant
agony for nany montbs preceding coninemeut ! How many
have difficult, If not dangerous deliveries, and stow and un
To he questin, how are these to be prevented? what
haal be done ? the answer Is simple.
Let every wvomnan ascertain for bierselt, without violence to
her delicacy, the nature and character of the allment (to which
she as a female Is subject)thecauss fromi which It may arise,
and the proper reinedlea for Its cure and fauture preventIon.
This she can do by possesslig a little volume (already
possessed by thousanats) which tells her what is the matter,
ad tells her what to dio for It, In simple but chaste words,
and such as she can unaderstanid.
This little volume Is entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
RIVATE lIEDI0AL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURIGEAU,
Paort1ssoit O C D-S E ASeES O F WOMtEN.
ne Hundredth Edition, (500,000).18 me., p. 250.
[oN~ FINE PAPEia. EZTaIA ntNDING, $l,00.)
A standard work of established reputation, found classed
in h Catalogues of the great Trade bales In New-York,
Philadelphia, and other cities, and sold by the ' iepal
boksellers In the United states. It was first pub ished In
s8i, since whIch tIme
iv.. Hunadred Thonuad Copies
have been sold, of whIch there were upwards of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT .BY MAIL.
attesting the high estimation ia which. It Is held'as a reliable
tioOK FOR EVERY FEMALE,
the author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
treatment or complaints peculiar to females, in respect to
whIch he Is yearly consulted by thousands, both in person
ervr woman cani discover, by comparing hear own
ymtms wIth those described, the nature, character, causes
o1 and the proper remedIes fo, her complaints.
The wIfe about becoming a mother has often need of in
struction and advIce of the utmost Importance to her future
healt, will find diach introduction and advIce, and also ex
paIn many symptoms which otherwIse would occasion anx
lety or alarm, as all the peculiaritIes Incident to. her situation
It is of course Impracticable to convey Ailly the various.
subjects treated of, as they are of a natuare atrictly tatended
for the married or those contemplating marriage. The reve
latIons contained in its p ages have prvda blessIng to thou
ands,as theninerbleletters reeved by the author(whiich
he is permItted by the wInters to publish) will attest.
E~rct of a Letter~ froma a gentlemana in Dayon; Oldo.
* Day'ros, M ay 1, 1St?
Dr. .. At. Jtaericeai*:
" My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some three
rears or more, In consequence of her great anguish and suf
iring sne months before and during confinement; every
suecessve one mnore and 'rore debilitated add prostrated
tier, putng her life inimtmiinent danger, and which was on
tIme last occasion despared of. I soe d that thIs state of
thIngs was Inevitable, and resigne myself to meet the worst.
At this tIme (now about two months) I heard your book
hIghly spoken of, as containIng some matters reaching my
ease. jon its receipt and perusl, cannot express to you the
relief t afforded nay dietrehsed mind, and the joy its pages
imparted to my wife, on learnIng that the great discovery of
h . iDesomeaux provided a remedy. it opened a pros
petto me which I lite conceived was posslble. No pecu
olary consideration can ever repaythe oblIgations Iam under
to you for hav~n been the means of Imparding to us the
matters containe In'" The Married Woman's Private MedI
al CompanIon." But for thls,ere another yerwould have
ased ovmy hcad, In all human prohbbl my wife would
bave been In her grave and my children letmotherless."
Icnseuence of the unIversal popularity of the work, as
eidencby Its extraordtnayaie, various impositinshave
been attemptd, as well on.booksollers5 as on the publIc, by
ImitatIons oftitle page, spurious editdon., and sorreptitious
Inrinmenets of copyright,and other devices and deceptions,
It has ben found necesary therefore .
TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC
tbuy no book. unids the words "Dr. A. M. MAV.'nes'A,
29 Lberty Street, N. Y." Is oit(and the entr in the Clerk's
) fiee o the back of)ilhe title page; and bayonly of respec
table and honorable dealers, or send by mland address to
Dr. A. M. Maurlceau.
W"Uo relt of Oxza DouLaS " TIIE MARRIED
woMANMPitVTE MEDICAL COMPANION" Isaseat
ailai d) ~to any part of the Unied States, the Canada.
sad Brish Provinces. AUl letters must be ~n~jand
ndressed tii Dr. A. M.MdAUR10EAU, box 1f1,~w!r
City. Publishing Office, No 129 Liberty Street, NwYork.
Ac-Ets nW AL.An.)sA.-,J. F. & . P. N. Gusasaxr, Cam
dc. Dr. Josiwru Tvder.,'Mlobile.
Agust5 e________m __ ._____
[S ereby given,'thant apphientioiiwill he made at
..Lte next Session of the Legislature for eertin
taedments to the'Charter'of the ltathbrrg Build
ilg and Loan Association.
lilburg, Sepi-5 3m , - 34
L LACK, ji, Indelible atud Carmine, for sale
ip by. A. t G. J...TEIAGUE,.Drggisto.
-0 .. s .' .- - . 19t
~taks pleasure inm
tion'of t h '- ,Rdge6d DIstrI4 his*.
Whicb is now la'saboesiiM and ,
and- alsn.soliclts an exatismilon at s
Where he has on han n extensve'sarieiy off ps
tifaul and welt-fnished URNITURE, .conslibig of
Mahogany, Walnut. Rosewood, Mgple and Pin. -
Cabboard Safes, , - .
BOOK CASES & WRITING- DESKS,
Wardrobes of. various Qualities,
SOFAS, SOFA LOUNGES, &s,
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSEB, S.
Always on hand a good supply of wel:mlpd a.
Sash, .Blinds, Panel Doorsiagc., <
Having secured the services of thainoi'oiap '
tent workmen, Ido nt hesitate tozsayisat I ~ -
hibitps fine and good work as will be found "
REPAIRING neatly and-promptly aede e.
ggI will sell the above articles onjs.rs b
terns as the times will allow. Those who pay C sh.
fur their Furniture hi Augusta a' Cheuestams i
not find much diffirenee in our csh charge .-.f
J" Call and inspect the aboise Fulhtur bf
Edgdeld C. H, Sept 5 . , tt r .,.4i
'DRUGS, NEDICNES; &br'
DRS.A G. & T. J. TEAG UEitsi
fully .inform their friends and .pattomisthsh
they have jest received their FRESH Stock of.
Pure and Genu ne Hus, .
And will be pleased to (saupon'aHatho sayfavor
them with their patronage. * .;.. - -
-Space will not alqw us to give dCatalog in ti:
plade of our Stock of D ' Mediciner.is./'
fice it tos , have the .LI.FST qn
MOST tOMPL TE 'regr
offered in Place. L
Edgefield C. H, May 23 if 1:9> j
Galvanic Batterieskagneto Eledste
" Machines. - .
JUST received,.aad'fior sale by ..
S A. G. &T. J.TEAGUEJ Drpit.t
NAy23 if. -
Medicine Chests and Tra glau'
O N hand a few very fie fiimilyl feicaiihe bsta
and Travelling Cases. For saleby
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUaf, Drag a
May 23 - ' f ~1: -
Physicians' Buggy Trunksia ?fo
EDICINE CASES-for sale by'
A. G..& I. J. TEAGUEr'Druggis
May 23 .r .I Z i..
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bagsan4ad
H OSPITAL CUSTIONS-for.sale by .,
A. G. & T. .1. TEAGUE, gin.
May 2S - t . - - ' -
-A larg eo auwua sWa W o
TIINCTURE and'Specis Standb ror oonigtil
to half pin1 assorted; -e.. .
Vials and Bottles, all sizes. Also, a few Thefr
mometers,-Ior sie by' ~
A. G. &-T..J. TEAGUDrng a ,
May 23. .tf - .
Brushes, Brushes 1
IN Store a fine variety of Paiis Varnish, railr
itig Blenders, T1anners, W. btewash, -Crnz'
Dusting and ilair .Brushes and CombeP. p
Brushes and HairGluoe-Nail, Tooth ad Shaving
BI'ushes, &e. 'Por sale by
.A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Draggists. -
May 23 tf .'s..19
Cupping Cases and. Scarhlicaters,~
A LL kinds. Also, Laneeta and a great. vari.ty
.t.of Surgical Instruments, for sale by
.A. G. & T. J1. TEAGUE, Drngfgis
May 23 if i
A NEW and improved St3yle.-Also. Nippl
Glasses, Breast Papeesad Pamps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Ringp,.&e. Fer.salw~by
-A. G. & T. J. TSA GUE, Drugg t.
May 23 tf -- - .
S E.BOW RSAgent, mny. be found under
e h erican Hotel, where he tenderi .EIo
profesional services to thie public.
. g Large bills entrusted to his charge will- ha
put up in the neatest style, and fees very mnodv
Fine Jack for Sa-le,
I wrrL sel totehget bidder ,( EJdgdeel
CH.onthe first Monday in Oitber -iesti
FINE JACK, known to be of .gwmnd- Saek-im
sure fonl getter. Said Jnek was. roi-ed laIdetf
tuky, will be eight year. old next Spring, is~ 4 p
46 inches high, and well formed.
R. P. H ARRlS~
Sepit 12 3t Si
j'tHE Undersigned hereby gives .pubji.n
Ithat he will napply tor the isaue of a lsl
Land Warrants for 160 acres, in place of fhu
issued in favur'of the Brothers and Sistaa*B JR
Jones, dee'd.. for military services in .CpP.
Brks' Company, (DI) Palmetto 'eiia es.- C.
Volunteers, in the war with Mexico. The a La
Warrant was for 1 U0 acres', 'nd was .iizm
43,174, which has -been hnst or mislaid. A' 9
Edgofieli C. H.,Sept 3., 1855. 6u.
2sn REGIMENT CAVALRY,
Ltsa'rr llLL, 4ng. 30th, 185.5.
ORDER, NO- -
COURT JLUR TIA L.will convene .at. 5oq
L.Vernon Saturday the 29th Septemnber next,f~
te trial of Defaniters for non-attendannce'at the b.est
Regimental parade at Lotigmiree,- and tilso fee'1m
trial of other eases that may come beforo - It. -!Phe
Court will .be composed- of the folouing.Oli~p
Lieut. Col. A. P. BuTLa,.Presidst'.' '
Capt. J. B. Garr:m, -" Jas. Ca,, a
"4. F. IHuaad, I " J.* L.-TaZRass
" A. D). I5A-rEs, I" J.11.-Y5:.4,
" .K. BRAuuv DLY.[
" PERaTMAM, "''. Chaws.
' M. L. BULL~OCK, Judge A dvor-dle: "
By order of Col. .JOHN- F.'TAlBERfl
J.1M. Lawnax, Adj't. -
Sept 5 - 4 ... -.34
STA TE OF SOU'fl[ cNR6bI2.
IN ORDilNART~ -
Elizabet11 Davis, A pplicant 1~
David Asline and, his wife Mary .. - :-,
IT appearn t ysatisfactionihat Dvidl Ane
Wagner, d'ee'd., whoset ammeeI 1fot haairrage
side bevond the limits of this-State, ft is
ordered that they do appoer and: object -
sin or sale of the'Real Estate ,ofSu~ 'Y~g
de'd., on or befor'e the 1st day 4 'Di itr
their consent to the samne wIll be enterea fV~.
Given-nuder my hand at my ofiie, this 58r8ebt.
.Ordiniary's Office, EdgeldCI~
A supply of eboioo Wite -NBrdsegs
'pickeing. S83E BOWERS,aist
HamburgAng 13 ftf? . .43