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New Store and New Goodi
E. PEN', Aga'.,
H AS opened, in the Store formerly occupied
Williams & Christie, on Park Row an
tire NEW and Fresh Stoek of
SEASONABLE SPRING &SUMMERGOO
to wli'ch he respectfully invites the attention of
OLD CUSTOM ERS, and the public generally.
His Stock has been selected with great care a
embraces a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Good
- SHOES, HATS, BONRETS,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERLi
SADDLRY, *c., 4c.
All of which lie will sell on accommodating ter
April 9, 1856. tf
T HE undersigned have associated themselves
the purpose of conducting a
General Mercantile Business,
In the Village of Edgefield, where we are now
ceiving and opening (in the room formerly occup
by W. P Butler) an entirely new, varied and
tensive stock of Goods, embracing nearly ev,
article usually kept for the trade, which have be
recently selected by us, in pe:son, from the hit
importations of the Northern Markets.
We especially invite an inspection of our Sto
with the assurance that we can please even t
Desiring to confine our future operations mc
closely, to the-Cash System, we shall, at all timt
offer extra inducements to esh buyers.
W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
April 9. 1855. tf 19
T HE subscriber is now receiving at his old stal
.corner of Broad and hielntosh streets, bel<
the Railroad Bank, a
New and Fashionable
Assortment of very neat and tasty Goo-ds. consisti
of Fancy and Staple Gooda,
French, Enaglish an d Aincrice
Which he offers for sale to credit or cash customers
as they can be procured fron any house in this ci
J. P. SETZE.
Augusta, April 9, 1855. 4t 11
J. F. BURCHARD & CO., AUGUSTA, G)
Broad St., Opposite Masonaic Hal
RE now receiving an unusually choice vari
Aof Spring Dress Fabrics, whi
they are selling at the very lowest prices possib
and to which the attention of purchasers is ve
cordially and respectfully invited. Their stock el
braces the following, amoni: others, of French En
Usk and American productions. Particular aite
tion is asked to Patusli, Lupin, Seydoux, Lieher
Co's. manufacture of Bombazines clallies, delain
hereges. grenadines, &c. Thirrion & Miillian
Mack and oollored challies, margnise, veil bera
Pristed Good.-.steinbach, Koechlini
Percals, brittiantes, cambrics, jiconets, lawns,
gandies and berages
Paris black silks, superiur qualities;
Paris rich fancy silks ;
" Fourlands, very handsome;
" French and English Calicoes of Steinbach'i
Hegle's Montpiths & Norton's;
Cases of Ginghams, blaek and fancy, all prices;
Printed challies and berage dtlaines, from low prie
to very rich;
American lawns and muslin;
" Calicoes, low price and fast colors;
Richar.lson's Linens, and other makers. a vi
- ~full aisurtmnent in all varieties, for shirting.shlectit
pillow easing~, &e., &ce.; birds-eye diapers. Scot
ditto. towellinag and towells, Turki~sh Bath, &c
window drape~y, lnee and muslin, &e.. &c-. .
Summer Gods for Gentlemen and Boy, in L
en drillingsi, &e., cottonades of all sorts, vesting
spring cassimeres, eashmeretU, drat. e'ti, &c.
An unrivalled assortmaect of sheetings and shii
is, brown and -bleached, from 3-4 to 12-4 wid
and from the Iowaist paiced to theinest English al
have, lhv the piece or bale. In addition tot
above, we haive the very finest assortment of colsa
Luces and JEmbroideries in genterml, to be foui
probably in the State.
J. F. BURCIIA RD & CO.
Aril 9, 18'5G. tf 1
2o REGIZs-r CavaLR.v
March 28th 1856.
INY pursuance af an order from Gen WuLxes.
I el-c'ioin will be held on Friday 2d day of ii
.aert, to elect a Majoir, to fil the vacancy occasio
.ed by die r.iintion of Lieut. Col. A. P. Butler
the Edgefield Squadron of Cavalry.
Each Captaini commanding a company of t1
Squadron is, therefore, required :o give the let
notice of said election at his cotmpany rendezvot
and on the day ofdeleetion, tn order to his assistar
two managers, and " to open and hold a poll" at I
respective company ten deevous, '' fromt eleven,
-clock A. N.. to. 3 o'clock r. a.," for the election
a Major. On the day following, at leaist one inn
ager from each place of election, is required to ,nm
at Edgelleld C. Hi., "ooont the votes and fiarthwi
transmit" to Gent. Wilkes " a ,tatement in writin
showing the result or the electiont, eertitied by
the managers present at the counting.
JOH N F. TA LBET, COr,.
2o R ao'uT. CAvatuaf, Marcha 28th, 1856.
T H IE Edgefield Squadron of Cavalry will apj
..at Edgelleld C. 11., on Saturday, the 10th
May next, for Drill and Review.
'T'he comimissioned and non-coimesioned o~i
will attend the day previous, for Drill and Instri
tion. Ily crder of
J1. F. TALBERT, Col. 2d [Reg. Car.
J. M. LaIWna. A dj't.
A pril 9, 1856. 2t 13
TOLLED, before me. as an estray, by Thou
TRandall one ehesnut-sorrel I lorse, aupprais
rtAasqventy dollars by Leonard suber, D). L. AshI
.0* A..J. Pelelier, Esqrs. satid llore in of smi
,size, bordering on the poney, well mtade- and in go'
.order, hasa white spot in the forehtead, some wh
or grayish spots on the back, four white feet, tl
good eyes, and supposed to be five or six years o
and ts left in possession of Thomas Randall att
residence of .Johin.Randall, Emq., on the Granit
grille. road, three. miles fronm llambuirg.
UEN.TA MIN B AIRD, Mag't
lIHamburg, A pril 9, 1856. 4t mo. 1
SRS. G. IM.'YABBROUG H & J1. P. A BNE
have titis.ay Lt-rmed a Partnership, for
practice of:Mupntead SeaGOSRf. No adlditi,'
charge for on. coppdintioa visit. Office at .1
A pril 9. 1850. f1
HA3'NG .restoved to the store formerly cc
pied, by Dr. J. W. Stokes. and havingj1
received a largead well selected
.of every description I am preparcd to accommoda
s;py ousboquers spil1 friends with every article usut
.kept in such.esablishmecnts, and at the lowest mi
.kat prices, W. C. BEW LEY.
SHamburg, A pril 9 if 1
1'O THE AITLIOTED,
R) . TH AYER, Heomepathic Physician, Si
.geoin, and Accouclseur, late of Philadelpi
. pow located No 217, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga
Particular attention paid to the treatments
kCronio diseases. Visits made at a distance on'
~npst seasonabJe terms Please address,
* IfL R. TIAYER, M. D
The Jack MOTTO will s
-the present season at thems
scriber, residence caly,a
will be let to msresnas hi
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaising in the Post Office ut Edgefield, C.
H.. S. C. oa the 1st of April, 1856. Permns
by wishing letters from this list, will please say
en- they are advertised.
A Heath, W M.
I, Atkinson, W H 3 Harling, N
his Alexander, G S Harris, W G
Allen, J C Havard, W
ad Adams, H 1
Asbell, L M Jones, W N
8, Adams, D T Jones. L P
B Johnson W B Junior,
. Brooks, Capt. J W 2 Jones L J
Brannon & Anderson, Johnson, J
Bush, W B L
iS. Baskett, Col. J Lati, J
Bunam, W Lott, [
- Bradbury, MissM 1V
Brown N Milam. M
for Bailey Rev. Thos. M 2 Moire, bliss 3
Bussey, Mrs. N Mims T H
Beach, A Morgan, Miss J S
re- C BkeDanine, L
ed Callexon. J 2 Mitchell Mirs. E
tx. Cogbnn Mrs. S AMerriwether, W A
-ry Chritmas, N , Matheny, Mrs. E. J.
-en Couch, J R
est Condiet J E. Riley, N
Coleman, L Ranibo, W E.
k, Cogburn L R Randell, C
he Catrilidge, Win J Roberts, J R
Corry, Roper, G
re Crafiin. M A Ropp, L
" Carry, iAs. S HS
D Self. J D
Delaughter, Miss. R Strum, Mrs. 81
Dyer, A Sands, P
_ F Self, Mrs. M
Freeman, C Mf Sander, J R
Franklin S T
" Tn Trdwel, Miiss. M1 E
w Gillion, P Tillman, Mins. T M
Grice, W Tomkins, Miss. M E
Gardner, J B Tonmkins. J R
"9 Gunn, E Towers. J
o H Tonikins & Tneker,
B Henderson Jas. Toinkinas R V P
Hewit, L 2 Tawby, Mis-. C A
Hamison, J P W
ty. Haine W A Whitlock, W
Hunter, J Wright, T S
Hile, T T Wright, J C
- Holsonbak, R U Waters, A R.
lens.n, G W
A. RAMSEY, P. M.
,April, 9 3 133
REGU LA R Communication of
et CON0DIA LODG, No. 50,
ry A. F. M., well be hel.l at their Hall,
In- on Saturday evening, 19th April at
By order of the W. M.
JOHN C. MAYSON, Sac'av.
April 2 3t 12
go nouse and Lot for Sale.
T I E .ubscriber wi.hing to lrave fir parts as yet
s. unknown, ofyers for sale his Cottage Residence
r- in The wods three milets Naorth or Liberty Hill. It
is suited to a Preacher. Teacher or Physiciman or any
person wishing a healthy residence.
Tznxs. Low price anil lone credit. For partic
ulars inquire of GF.ORGE GALPIIN.
Longnires, P. 0., S. C.
April 2 1856, if 12
ed NEW GOODS,
T IIE subscriber isniow receiving his Spring and
Sumnmer Stock of Goods at his Old stand the
Brick Store, caonsisting of every variety usually kept
in a Iitry Good~as store, viz:
ry Rich colored Silks for Idies Dresses.
g, Silk Tissues, Chailes, lHai-nge Delntines,
h Plain and Colored Hlarages,
S;Muslin and Eurlsteon Ginghams
English and American Prints,
a- Plain, Checked, Striped & Dotted Swiss Muslins,
:, Plain, Checked .lnconets and Cambrie.
Fine worked Collars, Chemzitts and Under
re- Swiss anad Jzeonet Muslin Edgings and insertings
ih Fine Silk, Crape, Napolitan Straw and Faney
A go.ed assortment or Bonnet Ribbons
to A good assortment of Fashioniable H ATS of all
lie kinds suitable feor the season.
e, Umbrellara anad Psarnsis1,
ad %Iens, Ladiies. lHoys, Misses and children., Boot.
andl Shoes of all kinds
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery.
With many other articles too tedious to mention
- all of which will be sold oin the most accommodating
ternas, all are invited to cnll and examine for thema
gg A liberal discount for Cash.
in B. C. BRYA N.
an A pril 2 3856 tr 12.
;, Spring and Bummer Goods,
R II. SLLLIV A N has just receive~d and opened
isi .1' his Spring andl Summer GOODS, to which
~ad he respectfully calls the altentioan of his friends and
a, the commisunity generally, the Stock consist viz
ec French Jac,.net MlUSLINS;
ais French Orgnadee Muslhns:
,'. French Ileraces and Tissues ;
of .Prints and GINGIII'MS:
a. Alpaeas andl BOM BIAZINE ;
-et Coldl and Bl1k. SI A LLEYS;
ih BWack and Plaid SILKS and a fine and large as
g, sortment of White Goods.
.1 Ji rap ile ei andl Italian CLOTil
Plain anmd Tuilled COTTrONA IJE' ;
Bleached and Brown ShlE ETING ;
- Eleached andI Brown SilIlRTING;
*A fine lot Ireli LIN ENS ;
Iteanets and Bonnet Ribbons in any variety ;
Hlosier.y and Giloves of all kinids ;
er flats. Ho-stsShoes, Cru.-kery ami Glass Ware;
a H Tard ware nd CutLry. Saddlery and Groceries.
Please call and examine niy stock, for we will take
ra great pleasure in showing it.
SA pril 2 tf 12
Cheap Dry Goods for Spring,
BROOM & NOR RELL.
- 3S Bread Street---Ahugusta Ga.
TIAV E just opened their Spring Stamek of Staple
L.ad Faney IDry Goods, and would respectful
as ly call thie attention of the citizens of Ed gefield and
ed adjoining D~istricta to the~ assoitment, wh:ch corn
cy prises nanost everytheing ini the l~ry Goods line,
all haning been bought by an ezperienced buyer, they
ad are prepared to offer Goods at such prices as they
te can guarantee to be as cngir as Tie eniargsr.
MO Feelhing assured itat a careful examination or our
d, Stock will induce a liberal share of Patreona. they
he solicit the favoar of ian early call. A miong our Goods
we invite particular attetion to the following, viz:
Plaid BIk. and Fancy Dress SILKS
" Satin Striped and Fr. Printed BEREGES
R eh SILK GRENADINES and Satin Plaid
Fr. Priuted CHIALLIES and BEREGA Da
Rich Grenadine, Berege and Jaconet FLOUN
aCE!). ROB ES
ar Ricb Fr Printed ORGANDIES, MUSI.INS and
Blk CIIALLIES,TA MATANS,BOMBAZINES
_and A LPACAS
Plain &cehkd Jaeonet, Cambrieks, NANSOOKS
and etWISS MUISLINS
=- BRILLIANTS, CALICOES, GINGHAMS,
mat TA RLTONIS &o. &c. &o.
Large assortment Worked Edging. and Inser
Emnbroideredl COLLA RS, SLEEVES, CHEMI
at ZETTES, BANDS, and FLONNEINGS.
ly Riek Emnbd BASQUES, Lace and Silk MA N
Lice and Crape SH A WLS,-Blk. Silk LACES.
Superior Assrtmient of Goods for GENTS and
LINENS--TA BLE DAMASKS, DIAPERS,
ur- TOWELLINGS ~ nd&upe
i, 10-4 and 12-4 LINN SHETNSan e
PILLOW CASE LINENS
ogSuperior assortment 111k and re DOMESTICS,
the SHIEETINGS, LONG CLOTIIS,
STRIPES, TICKINGS and Servants Goods
chSiERY for Gent., Ladies, Misses, Boys and
chirnalkinds and prices.
Together with many othier goods not named, all
. which will be offered at prices that cannot be un
dersold in the way of fair and qpriglit dealing by
any House in the State.
d BROOM & NORRELL.
ib- 338 Broad Street Augusta Ga.
Neav'y opposite Augusta Bank.
tad A pril 2 if 12.
re- rlaoMg ,;E.rta.
A EARGE&taiet--fr sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.I Diuggists.
NEW SPRING GOODL
H AVE received at the Corner of Globe Hotet
Broad Street Augusta Ga.
A new and magnificent Stock of SPRING A
GOODS, ameong which are
Striped and plaid Chene Silks new style
Organdie and Tissue Roles
Super Super Gros. D.Velein 11o.
Fiyard Jconet Muslin Sheer beautiful
Berege Rules and Grenedeans great variety
Black Silks belonging exc'usive to one trade
Black Chantilla, Lace Mantillas
Moore Antique Do
Needle Worked Collars and Undernleeves
Alexanders Kid Gloves
Silk and Cotton Hosiery and Gloves.
Every Variety of Goods for Gentlemens and
A large and complete assortment of Stiple Goods
for hopuste keepers the most desirable and retnibles
Styls all danento New and perfi.et Planitation
Goods at Factory Priees, to which they invite at
April 2 3t 12.
New Spring Goods.
LARGE ADDIITIONAL SUPPLIES.
W ILLIAM SIIHEAR has just received from
New York, large additiona supplies of new
Sprnt GOODS.among which are
Plain Clored CIIALLIES, of beautiful styles for "
Ladies' Sprin. dresses.
French Printed ORGANDIESand JACON ETS "
it low prices.
English PRINTSof new and beautiful styles. "
Superior pliin black SILKS, and Lupin's black
CH1 A LLI ES.
Superior black SILKS, without lustre, for Ludies'
Ladies' lancy Bonnet, Neck and Belt RIBBONS.
CRAPS M A RETZ, of beautiful colors, for La- "
dies' Summer dresses.
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Damask DIAPERS and
Damask TA BLE CLOTHS.
Superior )ammk NAPKINS and Pillow-Case the
Superior Linen HUCKABACKS and Scotch in
DIAPERS, for Towels.
Bird's-Eye DIA P ER, of extra quality.
Ladies' French CORAETS, of all sizes.
Silk Warp FLANNELS.and Long LA WNS. CI
Allendale. Lancaster and Marseilles QUILTS, of r
extra size and quality. I
The above, with a great variety of other season
able artieles, will be sold low far cash. The public
re respectfully invited to examine the assortment.
April 2 tf 12.
Ladies' Spring Mantillas, M
WILLIAM SiHEAR has ju4't received from ots
New York. a large supply of Ladies Spring
and Summer M A NTI LLAS, of new and beautiful
tyles, among which are- F1t
Black Chantilly Lace MANTILLAS, some at Scc
ery low prices. TI
Black and fancy colored Application Silk and Fo
ilack Net and Moire Antique MANTILLAS. 1
White Embroidere-d Muslin M D.TILLAS. rat
Blaek and Faney Silk M ANTILLAS.
White Silk and Mourning MANTILLAS. siol
The above comprises a great variety of new anl fria
)eautitul styles, and will be sold low for cash. To!
ap2l-tf 12 $8
sTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
McGregor & Smith.
vs. Freign Attachment.
S. P. Tompkins.)
Eliza Varnsdell, ~
's. Foreign Attachment. ~
S. P. Tompkins,
T HI E Plainitl's in the above stated case having this
day filed their D)eelaratioins in my office and
:he Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney,
cnown to reside within the limits of this State, on
whoam copies of said Deelaration's with rules so plead 2
inn be served. On motin of Messrs. Landrum. & 1
3ary, Plaintifra Attorney's ordered that said Deo- on
'endanit appear and plead to said Declaraioans within ns
Syear and a day from the date hereaof, or final and j
ibsolute judgment will be given against him, enm
TIIO. G. A CON, C. CE. so Ge;
SMarch26th_1856 l9ly 12.
STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, C
-IN COMMON PLE AS, Lie
M. Lebesc hult;, bearer S
S. . *~kns Foreign Attachment,.s
James M. Lalnao
ys. Foreign Attachment. t
S. P. Tasmpkins
T'IlE PIn.intiffa in the above stated cases, this day up~
Ifiled their JDeclarationa in my aifice and the _
Deendant having neithiar wife~ nor Attorney kneawn
o reside within the limits of this State. on whom
~opies of said Declaration with rules to plead ean he
erved. On mo'tiosn of Me~sss. Carrall & Bacean
aintifrs Attorney's ordered that said Iih-fendatt
plpear and plhead to said Dlee!aratians within a year J
nd a day froma the date hereof, or final and absolute opa
udgement will be given against hira.
TI1t0. G. B \CON, C. C. E. 0. en
A pri- 1, 1856. 191y 12. fat,
EW SPRING k SUMMER GOODS. of,
AUGUJSTA GEORGiA. 111
I S now receiving a splendid S-ock Of FANCY an
ad ST.\P L IIRY GO0I)S to which he at
would respectfully call attention. Ilis assortment is Ce
very large atnd varied, emnbratcing every novelty of pur
he seassn, antd every article usually kept in a lDry ye
G.wds stosre lie is snow d~itng businaess on stlietly htig
CASH PRINCIPLES nd catn therefore give
rreat induerments thsan heretofore to his. cstomsers.
l e is sea confiadetnt that his goods anal prices will give
utisfaction that he earn ally solicits a careful exami
mation of them. Anmong hias Stock may be feaund,
New Styles of Spring and Summser SILKS
Hlandbonme Plaid Foulard do
Heavy Plain Black Silks, very ehleapi
Paris Printed hiarages. beautiful Designs
Printed and Plaid C2hallis
Organdie, and JDehagc Robeesyb
Elegant Printed .inceonets dial
New Mtyle Bonnet Ribbonsab
Muslin Collarrs nnd Sleeves, all prices l
Henautiful M~antillaa, for Spring wear five
Parasols, of all kinds thr
Linen and Ceattean goaods fear men and boys wear -n
Damnak Table Cleoths and Nnapkins bot
Muslins, Prints, Gitnghamis, Linens, Shirtings, 7
sheetings, &o. &c-.r
Call at the First Dry Goods Store below the,4
[nited States Ilotel and satisfy yoaurselves eof the g
reat bargains to be had there. New Goods re
eived weekly. Mi'
March 26 2t 11. zat
AUGPUOTA G2 GA Ed
DESI R E tao invite the attention of their Carolina *
IJfriends antd customers to a nlew anad very com- a
plete assertmant of muh
Now rady fear inspection, and ceomiprising all
ew $tylcea f h'RiESs FAIIRICS that have ap
pearedl in the Northern Markets together with a
very full stock of goods for
Planters and Family use. S
Barege Robes of new designs of
Challi Bare ges e
Lavons Musline and Ginahams In graat variety an
Linen and Cotton pants ietuli, br
Bleh and Bro. Shrisings all qualitics sht
Table Daaa-ask uand Towell~ngs
With niany eother goods desirable and New, all of fiy'
wh ich will be offered at low prices. ' in
A LSO thi
A full assortment of MIOURNING Goods
Black "Tama'tan" a new artiole tia
"Bsarege Robes cue
"5 Bomhazines, Alpncoas, Detains &a
"5 Muslins, Ginghams and Prints. ll
March 26 4t 11.
Millinery and Dress Makin
' RlS. E. T. JIARYILTON, _
takes this method of informing her
friends and all that mnsy be disposed to patronize her,
that she is still carrying io the abeove business at her
old stand, nesar Ms'. Laborde's residence, and op
posite thme Caroalina hlotel.
Edgefield C. Hi., Mar 12 tf 9 u
Land Warrants Wanted. -
W ar ants byB u l iu~ u u~s
k'AX COLLECTOR'S NO .
WILL attend at the timeeand placeshereinafter
specified to oullect tl& Stale and IDistrict Tax'
the yet- commencing 1st October, 1855.
PEdgeiefd Court-House on Monday, 3d March,
and continue every day during the sitting of
Stevens' Store, Motday, 17th March.
Moore',, Tuesday, 18th '
ShatterfW-dd' Wednesday, 19th
Liberty Hill- Thursday, 20th "
Freeland's, Friday, 21st "
Rocky Pondr Satutday, 22d *
Mrs Middleton's; Same evening at 3jo'cloei- .
Collier's. Monday, 24th March.
Red Hill, Tuesday, 25th
Howard's, SaEis evening at 4 o'!ekei.
Cheatham's Store, WeeiWay-,-26th March.
Strom's Store, Same eveningat 41o'cloci.
Pleasant Lane, Tfiursday,. 2f4h-Mareh.
J. T.. Smyly's, Friday, 2th "
Dorn's Store, Saturday, 29th'
R. M. Seurry's, Monday, 31st "
Coopersville, Tuesday, Ist A pril.
Nickeron'', Same evening at 4 o'clock.
Coleman's X Roads Wednesday, 2d April.
CA. Clary's Store, Same evening at 4 o'clock.
Perry's X Roads, Thursday, 3d April.
lieker's, Same evening at 4 o'cloek..
Nit. Willing, Friday, 4th April.
Richarlsonville, Saturday, 5th "
FAgetield C. H. Monday, 7th
Wightman's S. H. Tuesday, 8th
A. Morgan's, Same evening at 4 o'clock.
Cherokee Ponds, Wednesday 9th April.
I lamhurg, Thursday, 10th " <
Beach Island, Friday, 11th "
Graniteville, Saturday, 12th
latcher's, Monday, 14th "
Lybrand's, Tuesday, 15th
Ridge, Wednesday 16th
W. S. Smyly's, Thursday, 17th
IleIstein's, Friday, 18th
Wise's, Saturday, 19th "
Rinehart's, Monday, 21st
Ilavird's, Tuesday, 22d "
Allen's. Wednesday 23d
Edgefield C. H., Monday and Tuesday, 5th
6th May, alter which ny books will close for
3 Free persons of color must make their returns
larch-utherwise, they will be double taxed.
J. QUATTLEBUM, T.C S.D.
eb 27 10 7 r
IIIE Exercises of these Institutions will be re
sumed on the third Monday in January next.
La heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
as Principal of the Malh Department.
,he Female School, with the Primary Depart
it of the Male Academy, will be conducted by
. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
ly accomplished Miss A. E. ARTHUR, and
er cnmpetent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition per Bession.
Bt Class, Primary Department,........$9 00
nd " Ordinnry English Branches,....12 00
rd " Iligher " " ....15 00
rth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher lathematies,.............20 00
rech, Embroidery, Needle work, &c., usual
7he Scholastic year will be divided into two Sea- v
s of five months each. Pupils will be charged
n the time of entering to the end of the Session.
tion in advance.
.ol Board can be had in the Village at from
to $10 per month.
S. P. GETZEN, ..l
A. J. HAMMOND,
S. W. GARDNER,
J. C'. PORTER,
A. P. BUTsi.R,
IT. A. SHAW.
)ee 5 tf 47
MADY MADE CLOTHING, &C.
especiuity informs his frien.'a that he has now
hand, and Is constantly receiving, an ext.en'ive
rment of R EADY MA DE CLOTHN
IG f the lateast and most fashieonabtet Styles,
brae ng all articles .asually kept fur the out-Sit of
tteman, loutha and Children
Sgood assortmenat of housiery, Shirts, Drawers.
cron & P'almnerstnm Colliars.) Napoleon Ties,
vats, Silk :and linen HIiakerchiefs, Silk Marinas,
l antd Cotiteon Under-shirta, Trunaks, Valises and
ool Bags, may be founid asmong any stuck. It
is design not to be surpassed in taste and ele
ee oaf his selectiors, and his prices will be found
~xainatioan to be as moderate as at any other
sblhmenet in the South.
lust received ian invoice of the latest and most
roed Style of Ilats.
larch 26 3t 11.
NEW STORE AN
H BE subscriber begs leave toe informs his neigh
bors atnd tlhe public ini general that he is now
ning a larce~ andl well selected
nistmg ini part as :olleows. a fine nae-ertment of1
y and staple DR Y GOODS, alaso a fine stoek of I
OITiING hlATS. CAPS, S1ilOESand HOOTS
I qualities and prices to suit all those who may
ir me with a call. also a fine assortment ofi
IOCRY WARE,: GROCERIES and
R I) W A RE. at l lamnburg prices.and in addition a
assortmnt of Uadies and Misses SHOES. Myi
-k is niew anid ceomplete, it was -elected by an
er'enee m~erchannt. Ca!l anad see my stoek before(
ch iinag elsewhere and hear the prices aind if
du not buy it will not be that the goods are too
h. R. P. H AR RISON
Mount Vernon Edgefield District.
larch 26 4t 11.
~E CELEBRATED STALION
VIL stand the enasuring Spring Season at
T lIIarmon Gallman's, and at Edgefield Court
use, at f(teen deollars the season and twenty-five j
lars inaeuranc'e. IhENRY is a chiesnut sorrell
itt fifb en hands one inolh high, and most powerful
rmed both feor strength and speed. lie will be
years old next May. Hie ran more races in his
e years old fo~rm than any heorse ever ran before, I
mn the neumaber were two four miles races in
It of which he let the seceond beat in good tie
a 45 sec. aned 7. 44 by haalfra neck only. In the
ie was beaten by the renoewnaed Griff' Edmetnd
, in the seceemd by Mary Tayler of iqual renown.
w.rn several races at two and three miles
I EN RY was by Imported Gl.-no, his dam by
doe, G. Damn by Cosioseo. G. G. Dam by Mel
G. G. G. Dam by Medley, G.0G. G. G. Dam
Imported Daomed &e. Ills pedigree cannot be
el, d by any horse in the wortl. He will be at
eeld Court l louse on Mondays, Tuesdays and
~dnedaya, the rema'nder of his time at 1liarmion
Ilman's, all personssentding mares to H EN RY I
at say at thte time how they are to be served,
erwise they will be charged as by the season.
THOMAS G. BACON.
,arch 26 tf 11.
TOL EN from the subscribers on Fri.1ay the 21st
it, TWO S'IALL BAY 110RS ES. Onat
vhicht is about 9 or 10 years old, and with both
a feet white. There was taken with this horse
id saddle with new stirrup leathers, and an o'ld 4
le. The.horm'e was also cress fallen, and had
es on his fore feet when take~n.
be other has a ball free and very full eyes-as
or six years old, and had on three shoes when
in. There was a nearly new bridle taken with
is supposed that they were taken by seine men
were turned off' trom Robinson & Eldred's Ciri
,dare making their way back home.
ny inforvmation concerning said h,.rses will be
rally rewarded and thankfully received. Adress,
,JOHIN D)UtS r,or
Kirkaey's X Hoads, Edgefield Dis S.C.
liarch 26, 1856. 3t 11
~Plank Road NOtice,
1HE Stockhtelders in the Edgefield & Chenthain
Plank Roand will meetat Edgelleld Court Hions.
rl 10th at lII o'clock to elect ofieers for the en
ig year. S. CHiRISTiE, Prest.
ai-oh 26 3t 11.
FIRST R ATE Tanner and Ciarrier. a
I. Also, a good Blackspiilk for sale or hire. 1
ure or F. O'CONNOR. I
. Vntae. !2e~eP Dstek Jia 7 tf $2
CA NI 1 A T E 8 *.
7116 friends of Mr. GREGG% respectfully an
tounce him-as a candidate for a. seat in the next,
WT Tae Fiends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
iominate him as a Candidate for re-election to a
eat in the Ilonse of'Representatives at the next
The friends of MAJ. JAMES BLACKWELt
espectfully announce Him as a-Candidate for a-seat
n- the next Legislature.
gI TuswFriends of Col. JOHN QUATTLE
3UM respectfully announce hinvas'a-Candidate forc
Seat in tlie House of Representatives at tle on
"'Tiu Friends of Capt. ROBERT MERI
ET HER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
lata' for a ' eat in the' House of Representatives at
s next Sessios,
7 Tns:r Fueod's or Capt. H. BO1LWARE
espeetfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriffl
f Edgefield District at the next election.
11 We' are authorized, to announce LEWIS
ONES, Esq,, as a- candidute fur re-election'for
heriff ef Edgefield Distriett
17 Tns Friends of Mr. ROBERTD. BRYAN
espectfully announce him as a- Candidate for Clerk
r Edgefield District at the next election.
lo Taxz G0f11or
THOMAS f'. -RiEE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
R AIERICA1f HOTEL',
CENTRE STREET, rAM BURG, 1.. C.
). P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
bMarch 12, 1856. ly 9
rlE Subscribers hnve formed a Partnership for
rithe Practice of LAW AND EQUITY in
dgeti.ld and the'hdjoining Districts. One or both
f them can at all times be found in their Offive.
G. D. TILLM1AN,
S. W. MABRY.
Edgefield C. H., Feb 8. 1S56. 3m 5
Y OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
1to W. W. Adams, where I can be fou.,d at
Ill times. C. W. STYLES.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 15, 1856. tf 1
11. 1. W. ABNEY now occupies as an
LiOnce the building immediately below the
;ourt House and opposite Col. Carroll's Office. lie
vill at all times b.. found either at his Office or at
is dwelling adjoining the Male Acadergy. le
ill attend strictly to all calls upon him.
Jan23 tf 2
DUS. READY & KENNERLY will practice
IJMedicine together on the Ridge and neigh
ring vicinity. Office at Dr. Ready's. C
Oct 17 6m 40
Dr. Jas. M Day, Dentist,
1 AVING permanently located in Augusta. re
Lspetfully offers him profesasional services to
he citizerns of A uuusta and vicinity. Office No 210
3radstreet, nearly opposite the A ugusta Ibote.
laing been engaged in the prac.tice o~f his profes
im for mnany years, he feels confident that he will
e able to give entire satisfaction to all who may
avor him with a call.
Au~uatta, alarch 19, 1855. if 10
20,000 Acres Wanted!]
1 lE undersigned are s:ill in the market forr
L LAND) WARR1ANTS; the very highest
rices niven. We only ask that warrant bl'oers
vill give us a chance before selling their warrauts-.
Call at the Drug Store of
A. G.&T.J. TEAGUE.
March 19, 1855.e Gt
r~ TI11 undersigned having purcbased of Mr. J.
IK. H'.R A his interest in tihe firm of J. M1.
~WWBY & CO., will continue the Clothing busi
ess, at their old stand, und-r the United States
lote, in the came name as heretofore.
J. M. NEWBY,
C. IB. DA Y.
W M. S. WISE.
Augusta, Mar ch 19, 1556. tf 10 r
Water Proof Ware-House,
HA MBURG, S. C.2
THE Subscriber has tnken the
Ptsanters Water Proof ,
Ware-House, formerly occupied by Mr..Joutx
Tua, Sr., and by strict attenton to business he
,pes to merit a liberal share of the patronage of
he gen..rous public of the upper and Cutton-grow
The Wnire H~ouse is above high water mark, nnd C
lore secure from Fire than any other Ware House j
I will also te i i to receiving and forwarding
oods, &c., intruasced to my cnre.j
C. HI. KENNEY.
Hamburg, Sept ist, 1855. tf 34
HARVLEY & MAYS,
H AMBURG, S. C.
NEW FAMDLY GROEY I
[EARLY OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN HOTEL.
T H E Subscribers having entered
into a Co-Partnership for the tran
I~lieti, of a
IENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS
olicits the patronage of their friends and the public
'enerally. Having carefully selected a CihOICE i
TOCK OF GOO1)5, and at Lowo prices, we nire
*repare~d and determained to sell us l'.w as Goods of I
he sanme quality can be bought in this or the Au- ~
'usta Market. c
Our Stock comprises nearly every article usually
.pt in similar establishments. We purchased our
oods for Ciash. and can afford to sell at VER Y
Our Stock consists in part of
UARS, COFFEE, N, 0, AND W, I, MOLASSES,
Bacon, Lard, Flour, J1
Candies, Raisins and Nuts, of all descriptions,
TOBACGO & SEGARS,
'ickles, Pepper, Jlspice, Blue Stone, Coperas,
A good assc :.ment of Liquors, i
.1s, a fine lot of Crockery and Glass Ware, Tin t
nd Wooden Ware, &c., &c.E
J0lIN B. HIA RVL EY,
JOHN A. MAYS.
Hamburg, Nov 20, Gm 45 -
Brought to the Jail -
F this D~istrict. a negro man who says hisJ
name is llENRY and that lie belongs to m
illiam Riley, living in Glenn County, Ga. Said a
enry has quite an intelligent countenance, when ,a
poken to replies promptly and politely.and appears
a be a very smart active fellow He is about five
set four or five inohes high rather a dark copper,
olored, between 40 and 50 years of age, anad weighs
bout 1501 younds.
The owner is requested to. come forward, prov e
roperty, pay charges and take her away, otherwise S
e will be dealt with as the law directs. s
JAS. ElI~SON, s.L..
Mar 12 tf 9
~LO Orders will receive any attention unless
Lacompanied with the Cash.
S. E. BOWERS, AGENT.
Jan 30 tf 3 1
T F. BURCH AIIR.D & CO. have to-day receiv
s ed the first instalment of SPRING GOODS,
which they invite the attention of their friends -
nd ousoners. They will, from this time forward,
a reeiving additions to their asortmnent, by week
F I &'&S
Patent Metalie Bial Cases!
r HE Subscriber has always on hand, at'his Fur
Alniture Establishment, a large asinteent- of.
Hese valuable mr-tight and indestructable Cases,
ur preserving the Dead for ordinary interment, for
-auts, for transportaion, or for any other desirable
I have also on hand, an article of a different form
nd finish from those heretofore furnished, for, the
urpose of meeting niore fully the taste and desire
if those wh are not altogethey pleased with the
hape and appearsuce or tiie former- stye. They
ire composed of the same IMPEtlRSHA BLE MA
['ERIA LS, while the exterior shape and finish irin
esemblance of the most beautiful and highly POL
The assortment comprising ALL SIZES, from an
ofant up to the largest size person, all of whieh will
> sold on reasonable terms. J. M. WITT.
Sept 28. t( 37.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiNA-,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
r. Flousney Carter,
Vs. Foreign Attaelmnent.
Pm. II. 1lovey.
we. Foreign Attachment.
The Same. I
Bank of Hamburg, Preign Attachment.
r BE Plaintiffs in the above stated cases having
this day fled their Declaratione hi my Office,
md the Defendant having neither wife nor Attut
yev known t' reside within the limits of this State,
in wHom copies-of said Declarntions with rules to
lead can be served. On motion of Mr. S-rvns,
laintiffs' Attorney, Ordered, that said Defendant
ppear and plead to said Declarations within a year
nd day from the date hereof. or final and absolute
udgment will be given against him.
THOS G. BACON, o. c, z. a
Clerk's Office, Sept 3,1855 lyq 35
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Thomat U. Trent,
Lamback & Coopen
11 E PlaintifF in the-alire stated ease, having
this day filed his Deelbration iin my Office,
and the Defendants having neithey wife nor Mtor
icy known within the limits of this State; on whom
opies of said Declaration with rules to plead en
me served, On motion of Mr. S-rvLs, Phaintiff's
ittorney, Ordered that said Defendnn s appear and
lend to said declaratimn within a year and a-day
rom the date hereof, or final and absolute judgmenr
ill be given against them.
TIlOS. G. BACON, c.c.c.o.
Oct 11, 1855 qly 46
STATE OF SOUTH CARO14NA,
F. C. Wood,
Vs. Foreign Attachment.
1H E Plaintiff in the above stated case. having
J. this day filed his Declaration in my Office, and
he Derendant having neither wire nor Attorney
nown to reside the within the limits of thin State,
nt whom copies of said Dee'aration with rules to
lead can be served. On mootion of Mr. ADAMs,
'laintiff's Attorney, Ordered that said Defendant
ppear and plead to said Deelaration within a year
nd a day from the date hereof, or final and abso
ute judgment will be.given against him.
TiHOS. G. BACON, c. a. a. D.
March 15, 1855. J9ly 10.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
e. Dill for Sale of Land.
S. P. Tompkins.
[T appearing~ to the Commissioner that S. Pow
Lhattan Tonmpkinm', thme Defendant in thin case,
esides beyond the limits of the State, on motion by
r. Alormagne. Solicitor, It is ordered thtat the said
4. P. Tompkins, do plend, answer or demur to the
llgations or thme Bill within three months from the
te of this publication, or judgement pro con.fsees,
ill be entered against him. A SIhIKINS, c:E E.D.
Malr,1855. 'Jm 8
State of South Carolina,
John Rainsfoard, Adm'or of
C. J. Glover, dec'd.,}
J. D. Tibbetts and others.
In, consequence of the unavoidable absence of the
prersentatives of certain parties materially interest
in the accounting tu be had in this ease, the
eference, heretofore advertised to begin on the
6th instant, is postponed until Thursday thte 17th
ay of A pril. A. SlI1KINS, C. 5. 5. D.
March 19 5t 10.
State of' South Carolina.
Jas. P. Cufer,
aleb Talley, dee'd, Adni'r. Bill to A ccount.
ohn W. Mundy,
empey L. liusse J
[ T is ordered that the aforesa Defendants do ap
Lpear in nmy offiee, at Edgetield Court fLouse,
n the 14th day of A pril neict, to account for the
Ldministrtton of Caleb Tal ey, during his life limec,
pon the estate of William Bussey, dee'd.
W. F. DUiUSOE, O.E. D.
SOrdinary's Office, March 22, 1856. 1
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
Jas. P. Cofer.
oseph B. Talley, Admr. Bill to Account.
I T is ordered that the aforesaial Defendants do ap
Lpeari in my office at Edgehield (!ourt Hlouse on
4th day'of A pril next, to render an account fo'r the
,dminitration of Joseph B. Talley upon the estate
rCaleb Talley, dec'd.
'W. F. DUJRISOE, 0. E. D.
Ordinary's Office, March 22,1856. 11
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Jas. P. Cofer, '
oseph B. Talley, Adm'r -Bill to A ccount.
de bonis non, 3
[T is ordered that the aforesaid Defendants do ap
Ipear in my office at Edgefield Court House on
te 14tht day of A pril next to render an acount for
i Administrationm of Joseph 1B. Talley, upon the
state of William Bussey, dee'd
W F. DURISOE,0. E. D.
Ordinary's Office, Marah 22, 185. 11
1indow Shades, Papering, &o,
TOW opening a beautiful assortment of Oil and
.ran pat WIN DOW SH ADES, ot hand
me, new designs, sueb as Landscapes, Figure.1
nd ouquet Patterns, from $1.50 to $10 a pair,
'ith the fixtures included.
A very large and extensive assortment of
.From 9 to 50 cents per piece, together with
Vindow- Cutrtain Papers, Side-light Paper, snd Fire
ereena in great abutndance, all of which will be
>ld witbout reserve to person, needing such goods.
For sale in Augusta, Ga., by
Mar 10, ,2m 9
HE firm of WA RD, BURICHA RD & CO. f
Ihaving been dimsolved on the 20th inst., b
e death of EDWARD 13. WARD, the unsett
uiness of said firm will be liquidated by the an
ersigned. SAWML .J. BOYCE.
JOSEPH BURCH ARD.
Augusta, March 19, 18t56. tr 10
Corn heal and Bosiny
L WAYS fee:aie- abe aubseuiber'is umidence.
Ja~ 28 A W. CIHDLSON.
Beautiful. Residence for
Ad%- *THE Subscriber desdrin
move to another portion of the
District, efer for sale his VAL
UABLE PLANTATION. on the Columbia Road.
ear and a half miles from Edgeeld Court House,
ybis excellent Tract of Land esiatnis
Five Eandred and Nie Acres,
klore or.len, teventy-Sfve acres of which have jost
een erled, and. now In a good istate of eultiva
tion. The remainder it flne woodid. well tim
lered, and equal if- not superior-to-any lands In ts
The place is a bealthy one, withl- hany' facilities
ror obtaining abutdance of water.. o the premises
is a large Dwelling House, just finished, and .all
necessary outbulliligs built recently.
0E Person, desirns or purelinsing are'%vit.e
mll'on the Subscriber, at his residener, and se w
tlemse!ves. A.4. SMTLZI.
Feb 20 tf 6
Valuable Progenty for Sales
T1IIE undersigned, intendingto move to Georgia
nina short time,.,ffers for mal the fo!lowing
raluable property in llamrburg-titles Indlsputable.
The DWELEING iIOm% and LOTon Market,
Corner or Snowden- Street. snning through-41111
Mercer Street. The Dwelling and- Kitehen are of
rick, covered with tin: On tlio Lot is a Carriag
House, Stable, and all neessary oitbuildings. - -
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opposite tei
American Hlotel, on wilich is a isrgeTWO'STOfRY
BRICK BVILDING, oeupied as Two-Stores-and
flwelling-lot running through. to CABb Steet. Os
the lItter Street is a largo laci Store.
The LOT en Corner- Market and, Leavenwoitit
Streets, runlug through to-Mereer Strvet. On this.
Lot isa new One and'a half'Story OUSE, plas
tered and painted..
I -A Ise
FIVE iUNDRED SHARES Hamburg and
Edefield Plank Rood Stock.
The above property will be sold on secommeda
ing terms, or exchanged, for land'in Southern Geor.
gia- or negroes. 11- A. K ENRICK.
Ilamburg, Oct 1 t 38
Valuable Lands for Sale
T I''"'' ''''iber of'ers for sale the TRACT
ZAND on whiich he now lives, situated on
Savannah Riveir, seventeen miles above Augusta,
well adapted to the cultivation of Cotton and Grain,
Nntaining 1176 Acres,
ore or less. Between five and six hundred sles
)f cleared land, one hundred of which is first quaili
ty low ground's. andI'one hundred acres fresli, whilst
the bnlane of' the elearede land. is in a fini state of
tultivation.. The place has several fine springs on
it. On the premises are all necessary buildings.
It is as healthy a location, and as moral and intelli.
put a neighborhood as en be found in the District.
Dhe other Tract containing PlVE NUNDRED
AND TWENTY ACRES, lying near the jane.
tre oof. the Heaverdamn and Turkey Creeks. On
the premises- are alt necessary buildings, with
several good apring.. The piece is healthy, located
in a fine neighborhood, and well adagted to a small
The above lands will be sold, a- accommodating'
terms, and if desired,. negro property, at fair prices,
will be taken in payment. I will take pleasure in
showing the lands na any who may wier to purehase,
or any iniirmation given by addressing the subscri
bor at Woodlawn. C. J. &' IMOLIES.
Oct2 8m* 3&
Land for Sa[&
T HE Suascriver wishing to change his loontios
offier for sale his VALUABLE PLANTA
Irhree ENndred k seventy-sevenAcres
lyinag on~taluda River. and adjoining lands of Win.
t. Steother, A. Clark and lDavid Payne, near
Boeman'8 Ferry, andl wliliin two or three hundred
rarde of the-Greenville & Colunmbia Rail Road.
The Tract contains about one hundre-d acres in
>riginal forest, whilst the rest is under fence. One
butndred and fiftv is in a liigh stare of cultivation,.
af which there is from'sevenuty-five to one hundred
ares of fine bottomn land, equal to any and surpassed
>none in thte State. This plantation lia good car
eta and exellent rang. for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Stor'y Dwelling
Fouse and' all necessary plantation baill1lgs.'Also,,
a pring of never failing water.
gg Any' person, wishing to purohase wilt call on'
hea SuLseraber who resides ont the preises. and he
ill talte pl-asure in showing them the above tract.
J. W. MAYNARID.
Nov 21 tf 45
Thvashers I Thrashers !
T HE Farmers of Edgefield who may I 'titf
wannt-of verty superior machine, nuay new be
pplied without going North, or any wmhero elibe
utide oft the'ir own lDiatrict but can get as g'.od no
he best by applying to the subseribes at has worlk
hop at allunat Enon.
One of the-se Thrnishers is n' on'eshibition at
he Edlgefield Adrertiser Printing.Otdice. A ddruss.
THO~tIAS E. CIIAPMAN.
Coleman's X Roads Edgefield-Dist. S. C.
Maareh. 19 11 10'
ALL Persons having demands against the Estate
of Wm. II. Adams, dee'd., arc hereby notilied
o prese'nt thle samne, properly atteste1, for payment,
nd those who are inde!.ted to the Estate,. are re
iested to make payment to
E. PENN. Adin'o.
n 24 tf 2
SL.L persons indebted to the Estate of Willian,
L.Vnce deed. tare earnestly re-queatedl to settle
vihout delay, andl all these having dema.nds againes
he same will render them iwla-gally attested
S. BROADWATER, Admr.
Jan7 tf St*.
Gum Elastic Het liater Bags and
H SIAL CiSlIIONS-for sale by
A.G.& T. J. T1EAGliiE Deaggists.
hlay 23 tf! 19
A"L P~ rens concerned will1take ..etiee that I
Chave appointed lar. .lames A. Devore and
Robert Atkins moy A gunts and A ttorneys to repre
ientinc in tho collection of Lbe debte due to- rhte
state of .lhn Duaby, dec'ud., and in all other duties
evolving upon mne as ndmitnistratoir of said eetased.
MATILDA I)OBT, Adm'or.
Feb 11 f 6.
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. R
B. Bouknight, dee'd., are ..earneyetedh
o make immediate payment. All persons haing
Lemanda against the estate, will present themi pro
JOHN JIUFET, Adr
MARY BOe'KNIGilT. dr
Dec 19 ly 4$
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Maary P.
tTutt, deceased, are requested to make panment,
and those having demands against the said estate,
vlil present th'em properly attested to.
E. J. MWMS1 Ex'or.
Jan 16 tf 3
SLl~ Persons having demand.. against the Estate
of B. R. Addison, dec''d., awerequested to
resent thent property attested to' the und.rsigned,
* whom also those indebted te -the Esatar e re
nired to make prompt payment.
G. L. PENN,
Adm'or with the Will annexed.
isy 9 tf 3 7
A LL those indebted to M. A. Ransen, Agent,
tl. will find thes Books and Accounts with B3. Hi.
lowardotr W. Y. Quarless nt the Steve of Hlarvely
1 Maya, Hamburg. All Note. and Aecomnts re
mainiug unpaid after the first June, will be placed
a the hands of an Attorney for collection.
Also, those indebted to m'e fandividnalfy are noti
isd to make early payment.
R. MI. FULLER. -
Ma F tI 8
. LLthese iad'ebted toahc.Estate of J. E. Free
.man will please eaome forw~arJd' asy up
rnedistely; and those havin~ e W e~ithe
isaste vii present them propmer~ ty ete
J. II. JEbININGS,.. 4Ars