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From the Newberry Rising Sun.
Ro100s 3METING, DINNEE &C.
At a meeting of several officers ani member
of DeKalb Squadron of Cavalry held this day
on motion of W. W. Houseall,'Gen. Hunt wa:
called to the Chair, and Mark Glen, of the Bel
fast Troop, appointed Secretary.
The Chair explained the object of the meetint
in a few words, to be their unqualified approva
of Hon. P. S. Brooks's course in the late Sum
Major Whit.. Walker then introduced the fol
lowing resolutions, which were unanimouslj
adopted, to wit:
Resolred, 1. That we approve the Congres
sional career of our Representative in Congress
the Hon. P. S. Brooks, and especially endorse
his conduct in chastising Senator Sumner fol
his foul aspersion of South Carolina and he1
2. That this Squadron present him with i
sabre, having a suitable inscription.
. 3.- That we heartily respond to the proposi.
tion of the '96 meeting, to give a public dinnei
at the old '96 Fort.
4. That a general committee be appointed tc
correspond with the '96 committee, and to carri
into effect the foregoing resolutions.
5. That we recommend to each Company o:
this Squadron to appoint a committee of live 1<
raise funds for the dinner, and to report to th<
The following resolution offered by Capt.
G. H. Werts, was also unanimously adop'ed
Resolved, That the people of this district be
requested to unite in giving the complimentary
dinner to Col. Brooks.
The following gentlemen were appointe d or
Maj. W. Walker, Maj. Gen. Williams, Gen
Hunt. Gen. Kinard, Col. Crosson, Maj. Hunt
Maj. Glen, W. W. Houseal, Captains D. C. Da'
vis, L. B. Maffett, John Peoples, G. H. Werts,
On motion of Capt. Peoples, the papers ii
the 4th Congressional District were requested
to notice These proceedings, and that a copy be
sent to Hon. P. S. Brooks.
The meeting then adjourned.
W. H1. HUNT, Chait man.
MARK GLEN, Secretary.
ALA.M iN MExico.-A dispatch from Wash.
ington states that intelligence from Mlexico in.
dicates that niuch alarm is felt by the govern
ment respecting the Spanish expedition, and
foreshadows an application for the protection ol
the United States. Southern members of Con.
gress, it is added In the despatch, suggest the
granting of protection on the condition of :I
cession to us of the Tehautintepee roote, with
the cireumjacent territory.
MARICD at the City Hall, in Augusta, on thi
morning of the 19th nist., by Foster BIlodget, Jr.
Esq., Mr. WILLIA1 R. W.soN aId bliss E.SEY S.
NEW)iAN, both of this District.
- THE Home Mission and Bok Fund Board, will
- have a meeting at Mount Lebanon Church, on the
Fi id:.y before the 5th Lord's day in this month, ti
10 o'clock A. wr. A full repreeitatiou is desired,
as our Celporteur, Brother Z. WATKINs, who has
been successfully engaged in selling books, will
mi ke his report; and other important business will
come before the Board.
J. M. CUI1LES, Chairman.
THlE Union meeting of the Fuurth Division of
the Edgefield Baptist Association wilt meet with:
the Mt. Lebanon Church, on'Friday the 27th .June.
Introductory Sermon to be .preached by Brother
Cliett, at 11t o'clock. A. Si.
Subjects for Discussion-What are the bcst
means to be use~d to bring out thec gifts of the church.
Afso, the best plan foi- the rpiritual lnstruction of
S. P. GETZ EN, Moosarvron.
Summer Dress Goods at low Prices,
RI. SULLIVAN wishiing to close out a very
. handsome assortment of BA itEGES and
other DRE ISS GOOL)S, wilt sell thema at G REAT
LY'R EDUCED PRICES.
lcy Cash buyers wilt find this the place to get
a beau'tiful dress cheap.
June 25, tf 24
NOW in store a lot of supertine FLO URi, ground
- i froin New Wheat, for sale at the low..st mar
kmet price, for cash, by,- .I.SULVA.
June 25, tf 24_
IXfA( Good DRY IIIDES, fur which I wi
\)UU~ paythcash.'R II. SULLIV AN.
Parasols and Umbrellas.
N OW is the time to buy Unmbrellas, -Parasols
and Buggy Shades.
R. II. SULLI V AN.
June25 ______tf 2
The Great Recmedy.
0 1 PAPERS OF A Q. SIMMO1NS' LlVEE
. .1EDIC1N E, just received and for sate by
it. 11. SU LLIVA N.
June 25. . _tf 24_
The New York Day Book.
T 11 lE NEWV YORK DAY BOO0K is publishe4
..every evening, (sundays excep1ted,) ~at 17
Ann street, New York, at Six Dollars per annum,
in advance. When net paid in advance, $i pr
annuam, or aut that rate when ordered for less than
one year. Single Copies. Two Cents.
TIIE WEEKLY DAY BOOK,
Alarge double sheet, is issued every Saturday,
sent to subscribers in all parts of the United1
es for Two Dollars per anmum. Two coph~ a o
; tie copies for $y7 :ten copies for $12 ; tuenaty
copies to one address $20J. 3. 11. STI.\SON,
.June 25 Editor and l ro~rietor'.
.Save Your Bacon.
WX W. GOOI).'AN respect
V .ofully notifies his old friends
and customers that he still comin
Des to have Itlarket 3londamy, ..-.
Thaursda'y, and Saturday mornings, na j.reston-,.
- and ilil be pleased to supply all consumers with his
-good fat and tender
BEEF, 51UTTON AND FOllK,
On as accuomodating terms as cir cumnsanees will
Particular Notice for Some People.
- MY delinquent patrons are earnestly solicited ta
hold themselves in reauditness to settie with the
Butcer whlien eniled upon to do so. It is utteriy
out of the question to entry on the liutchmering hut4
ness properly without money. The farmer sells fasr
cash, therefore Goodmnan nmust lavce th " needrful,
*or he cannot purchase Stuck. A hint is .muflicienat.
June26, f 21
XNY person wishing to hanve pictures framtdl
enn have it attendedl to, eith.-r in Rose 1eod
or Gilt Moulding, at the Post Office, by.
A. RAMSA Y.
JTune 25, ~tf '24
A Rule Without an Exception.
A Y one indebted to moe by note or accounit,
must settle with mie bay the first of August, ii
naot, then with rny Attouney.
A. B. ADDISON.
June 2G. Ct 24
F ROM the subscriber, a Yake of Young~ OXEN
one of which is a light red, :ad is m~arket
with two smooth craps andi an upper hit in thie lefl
car. and had a new bel and collar on-thme thi
had a swallow fork in the left ear ; both land eblaim
around their horns. They are about for r years ol
When lat seen they were at All.n, Fratnki'y .Ali.l
and I think they were maiking'et|Wir way back ta
where they were raised.
Any information concerning said Steers w'.l bx
thankfully received, and I will liberally pay an)
ene for their'trouble in taking th~em up. A ddresa
inc at Graniteville P. 0.., S. C.
-R ANSOM DURST.
June 2 6.3 t 24
DRY GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES.
W ILLIAM H. CRANE, Augusta, Ga.,
wishing to sell off his Suinnier Good, offers
them at Reduced Prices. Those wishing to pur
chase Dry Gnods CHEAP FOR CASIl, will do
well to . 1n a call, as lie is now offeriig great
inducements to purchasers. In his large stuck may
Rich Striped and Cbecked Summer Silks, very
Small Figured Lawns and Muslins. from 10 to
Fashionable Striped Printed Muslins;
Fine French Jaconet and Muslin Robes;
Plain, Printed and Satin Striped Berage;
A large assortm(nt of Prints and Ginghams, very
Parasols, Silk and Ctton Umbrellas, very low;
Embroidered Collars, Sleeves and Bands, very
Irish Linens, of all qualities, very cheap;
Bla3ck Lace and other Mantills;
Plain and Embroidered White Grape ShawIs;
A large assortment of Fans, handsome and cheap;
Plain Black Grenadine Chally, and Alpaea;
Mourning Mluslins, Ginghams and prints;
Jaconet, Swiss, Mull and Checked Muslins;
All kinds Linen and. Cotton Goods, fur Gentle
Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket lIandkerchiefs;
Shirtings. Shcetings, Ticking and Diaper, t.. geth
er with all kinds of Goods usually kept in a Dry
June 26, 1856. 3t 24
J ACONETS, Canibrics, Plaid Mushins ;
Nainsook, plain, lked and striped;
Swiss Muslins, figure tted, p!ain and striped
Mulls, Books, lIishop vus ;
W hite Brilliants. Cambrie Dimiities. India Twil's;
Caiibrie Long Cloths atid extra line 14al Twills
Grass Cloths, Embioidered and Dumask Skht
C.olored, Embroidercd, Emprss and WhalebLone
Mantil'a Grass Cord Skirts;
Twisted Sdk Mlitts;
Log:i and Short Dotted Lace Vvils;
Plain black Silk Nett and I.aec;
Fans, Paraspls, Musquito Nitt:ngs, Elastic Belts.
Just received by BROOM & NORRELL.
Augusta, June 25. tf 25
E have just received 20 peces frist Linens,
V hich we are selling very low.
I case Bleaehed Sheeting, extra fine. 12. cents.
iROU11 & XOtRREL.L.
A ugusta, June 25. tf 21
A LL our stock of Sunmer Clothing will be sold
- at Low Rttes, after this date.
W.M. U. PilICE & CO.
A ugusta, June 25. tf 2-1
BROO. & NUI' itE L L, A u gusti. G;i., will sell
their remvaining stock of col- red .\in.ns. Ba
reg-s, Grenadines, Tkisues, &e , at greadly redue,.d
p.s, from this date.
July 25 , if 24
&,: ,E subscribers wish to pureh;seON I IUN
. 1 ULED N EGl10E$.yong \ii en and Wo
mna, Boys and Girls. Any person havin.: sea
property to sl. will do well to give ui itfrma:.in.
MlERI1MIN & cI.lNKSCAlIC:S.
Greenwood,_S. C., J1une 25, 1856 :lai si
State of South Carolina,
iN CO)MON PLE A..
1,fILEY C. GL.OVEll, whlo is in the custoly
T T of the Sherifl'of E~deib Id Distict. b~y virtue
of a Writ of Capias adt Sati-ifacienium, at the suit
..f William A. Arcer, hiavinig tiled in mye Otlie
together with a Schedu'e on oath of his e.-tate aind
etleets, his petition to the Court oft Co:,nan Pleas,
praying that he niiy be admitted to thie beniefit c-t
the Acts o'f the G eneral A s-emby, niadle f.-r the
relief of insolvent debtors : It is (ordered that the
stid Williami A. A rcher and all ot har creditors to
n ham th'e said W ilev C. G lover* is in annvwise in
debted, he, and they are hereby. suoinzed, and
have no tice to, niipear befo.: thle .,id Cour at Edge~zz
fieldl Couirt I louse, on .\!oonday the~ sixlh d::y of
Oetober ine::t, to show camse :f any they- can whya
the pray~er of the petitione r aforeszaid shoul-l not be
TIlOS. Gi. B.\CON. c. c. r.
Clerk'sOficee, .June 10, 1h56 l t :2-l.
State of Souith Caona,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
F . the Sherif'iT of Inefe itit yvto
.Ja.ic s Shi-ppard, ha i i:l In y(Ye:t:-:e
with a~ Sc-hedule oin :a h ot his est:.: e mz.. eifets. I~i
pet~ti''n to the Court ol Conan-in l:t3. p:a ing ih.:t
lhe mayv be admitte'd to the beeilt ofc the .\e- i-f the
General Assemibiy made for the re'ief ofii."lv, at
debtors : It i.s crulered that the s:,H .da:ne. She'.p
ptad, and atI othier creditors to whomiu the id
I leury R. Spann is in anywie indebjtedl, b-, mri
they are hereby summnoned, and~ have rotice ta
appear bdh.re the saiid Court at E ie~lild Ciim-g
I louwe, on Monday the sixth dly ef Octobier in .st,
to shlow cause if anyv they can why the larayer of the
petiitione~r alorcaid should tnt becgranteda.
Tilt)S. G'. U.ACON, c. c r
*Clerk's Oflice, June 10, 1656 Int "1
STA TE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA,
*IN CO.UMON PLE AS.
r.TMA . IIAIR!1S. who is in the enstidy ofa
ffthe Srf of Edgelield D.-trict, by vir tue of
Writ of Capias ad respondendulm, at the suit of
l-anry I lowardl, havinig filed in ,my Olie tuge-ther
with a Schedule on oath of hi-: <state anud i tlreta,
his petitiont to the Cotut tof Comn'i Pleas. lpraynl.
that lie niay be admiittedl to the b -nelit of the A.\t
of the General Assemibly made f-sr the relie of i,
silvent debtors : It is ordered that thle saidl I enry
I Isward, andI all other- cireditors to whoi~m thec idl
Thomias d1. 1 harris is in any wise indebted, be. mil
they nrc hereby suia~zionedl, andl have nitice to tip
pear before said Court at Edgefiiel.t Court fllou-e,
Ion .\ondaiy the sixth day of Octobier niext, to sho~w
cause if any they can why the prayer of the l'etitin i
afor said should not be antt-ds.
TiIOS. G. liaCO)N, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oflicc, June I1;, 195G 16 :4
STATE OF SOUTIl CA I(LI NA.
E.DGEFIE LD .DISTR;(CT.
IN CO.11MON PLE AS.
UflLT.1 . T: C lN I-'l, who is in the~ cuistody
VVof thle SheirilT if I-'ldaufiehal Ilist riot. byv vir
tue o5f a Writ (If Capias ad Saitisamun, at thle
suit of -Johnson. Crews & lIrawley, hai ici tied ini
miy (Unic tuogetier with a Sgh dote on othi ofhi
e.-tate and elreetx, his petitiona to the Conirt o.f Cii:n
moicn Phas. praying that lie may he admiiittedl toth
benehit ? f tie A cts uif the Geinerial Assetnb'y mlade
f i thic relief of insolve-nt debtors : It is irde-reda that
the. sail J1ohnson, Crews & Br::wley, an I all othier
c:eitorl s to wvho:ni thle saidl Wil:i:im J1. Turniecr is i
ainywi-e inidebted. be, anid th1ey tre hir eby~ 5lnannont.
ed, ad hav~e notice to at ilr b fore- the sail (ourt
at ECItiehl Court flouse, ion .in-lay tile sixth a::y
Iof Ocober next, to shiow cause itf any thiey canl why
the pra'l'er of the petitioner aforesid sholdi, ni-t be
TIIOS. G. BA\CON, c. c. r
Cerk's Ofice,June 16, 1636i l6t ,24i.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLIN .1,t3
LN CO.MNOY P'LIRAS.
TAN xDY UOYD I, who i t in the e uiody of the
A .hrillfor Edatiletsl Ilistriet, by viri- of a
Wrint of Capias ad Salijciemiu, at the nui of'
i iliams & Christie, having ukd~ in I: v ( llii
together with a Schedule on sath Iif his~ es at- niid
dhrets, his petition to the Couirt of Cioniin'n P:-as
-praying that lie may be adm~iitted toe thie benefit of
the Acts of the G-ineral As-semubly madae fori the~
relief of insolvent d-.btors : It is orderedl thlat t he
said W illitams & Christie, and all (other creditiors to
whom the iai-l Tandy. Boyd is in anywiss- indebted,
be, and they are hereby summ~oiied, and htave tiisie:
to appear- before the said Court at Ediehie-ld Cout t
Ilouse, on Mondaav the sixthx day of October next,
to show cautse if any they can why the priyer of thle
Ipetitionfer afpresaid Jhould not he sgranted.
TilOS. G. BACON, c. c. ir.
Clerk's Offie. June 16, 1850 16t - 24
W ILLIAi SITEAlt, August:!, las jusl
.received from New York a full supp!y l
Frnch' Printed Muslins, of new and hiantifil .:.10;
and at very low pricis, to wli'iclh ie rvspietfully
invites theattelnton ol' the public.
JunLe It, t 2.
Ladies' Gauze Vests.
WILL AI 9gEAi, An-ust:I. has re
ceived from Ne'w-York Ladies' China S:!h
Lisle Thread. and Cashmere Gauze Vests, of -u pe
rior style and quality, to wideh he rkspectft!y
invites the auention of the public.
June 18, tf 23.
Ladies' Maourning Goods,
w ILLIA, SIL..IR, Aigusta, has re
' eeived fro:n New Yoik, a full supply ol
Ladies' MourmihP Goods,-- among which are
Lupin's Ulavk Sun:er Bombazines aud Black
Chl.ies, o! th- best quality ;
Supiricr iBhick Alpea and Black Canton Cloths;
Plain laek Silk Greutldines, a liautiful article;
Plain luek Crape Mlaretz and llack Bartgc
lil:tek and white mulins and Plain Ilk. Lawns;
Superior ilack and White Ginghams, and Eng
lish llaik ::nd White Prints ;
Ldies' .I!aek Crape Undersleeves and collars.
in setis ;
Superior E nglish Crapes, for Veils and Trim
mings: With almost every otier article required
for Ladies' Mourniig apparel, aid to which the
attention of the 1 ublic is respectfull, invited.
.June 18. tf 23
New Style M-arseilles Quilts,
_E AY J=ROT 11 E R$, A LustI. have ju t
~G~ reeived a beauii larticle of \ ait iarseil.es
Quilis, with Liamdsome 1-ink bordeis-nev, poreuy
I and cheap. A !so., a lew .csvs o those lar-te sized,
l4w pricd Qults, to %% hich they would rei'-e:tfuiy
inviteh 11'ttntin of the publie.
terns, ail v ry c::p.
Juie IS 'f 2
RAY 11BOTi -AGS, A l::nI nv, have jost re
. x eived1 a:1:11 n u~ ntl Wo4f 0the fut un :%.n11i
Iwater ,wi-.t LO0N G C . -. vhich: !hey are Fei!
in- much be--lw usn::A prices. lv ite' 1h pur
elmgasd ithin tl te , l lays ider a dre
state of the m)::ket.
Juie IS If 03
A1, pr.3 1.n inj b 41b:1e I to j .il 2-11 1i .1 in B:n
this meetintev),hib wil bi !'bl v 1y d h
u :iti t 0l 1it. .ill il *;'' I
tw-tIly dolius e:m : me ha:
unt111 il': twenty-,.%joh of .11 - . :tr- hu~
T 1 1
1is) .:wIt Ii i I 1e , 1:1 1 -.1: - 1no
d:lel , f . .- : ,apt
- n , , 0. S.
Look out for Him,.
Q't VII ) lr,.:n the su4-. er r
H e l'-nets a little when undet-'l :;d Ue, u vr
me11 at'EdgefLIhl C. II.. .r d. .r imto :. w1
ierd rewa4 l.,rded.
.T1. .\. Ab 1,U3N.
June~ -1, __f_ _ :i
& . .Iebn.fr -00:aod.Tiv.4
)4.n - taa~i:i.:mW!e
.ln* 1. 1 'U. I
. a 1
.Li th 1. U'T
.* 4 . '4? . 4 44r
I b: hI~l .in1
Feb 'd i 111" 4 a~~44
JA 1 1
JV 1. \,t .jS N,. Ae nintair
No.2 I Iknih .' '. 4r1cr,.5e
- .hefea C.'.S C.
raving formed a Co-Pa-t
nethi' f..r the, purpse of carrying On the r
Furii:u .ibsin. .. respeet.taily call the attention
of the puhi -I toteir nev and ecellent Stoek 1~
At i stitl formei ly occupied by Mr. Lod M111 il
and :.!j.-ining Mr. John Colgan's M erehant Tailor
Shop, n lre tley are prepariied to supply alt order- s It
Grealy edua*edl Pr-icesN
We iteind keeping our Rnt:nisalways fille.l wilt
a 1reat V1'uiCtV of tie latest and mo10:-t faishionable
Our present Stuck coists of a No. 1. lot of
(A. largte and1 splnd:d variety,)
DOOK-CASES, TABLES, W ASLISTANDS, &C
\Vc will also make CUFFINS to order, at the
shortest notive, and at reductod rates.
Weha-:ean intend keepin constantly In lum'
a i~ensmr~nntof mtOSS and COTON) MA.\T
1'EstI-3 whiebt will be sold ce1aper than ever
befor e oll'red in lihs place.
'"''1' 1?! old Furniture promp:ly at
Wea tietrmne to give alifcio onl w.iio
m11y1v nvor u-- wVIth their patrolfmge, nn:1 byv war-rant
iour worlk to, be put In in a workmaitlik lin
nier a'il IT the best material, we ho-p- to seeiru a
l !...l sinae of publio ciuar:etenm.
.Trnei 19 lam '3 ~
~&A 1.)A. m '1 , A
r~i i'Fu *ier.d having~ rem'iovedN - -
. I.Ith ir :-tck of .heet Mlusic and l , 3
: - -1 lu tir II ; iuts ) olm , Geo..\ ' .
b . .... .l to re lthrn, t e citize:ts oif r h 1c--J
li:a tei .iner tan sfir the b:heral ,Intam J.
b.co~s1,a it ifo m tho~t tie w:::o -0u1s .
1.!.::t ":i: enp a C:q . o) a P In13I
i Aa~..nwhich wec wi:- n11 at unpr~ce-.b!t-1
i.-:: r : Thee ~iwaiting 'o, wiil tia it
r :to.thir a ivant.ige to write to tiz a1s; We war'
runt ae pleae I:X prices, and qM': ityv of in-rn:i.
II or iniraies adir'- l to us at A tn
:a fir !%..;ue G. wel eet wi pn"1mp1t attentiton.
A. A. CL 1 Al'K a *O 'I
or A. A. CLARi .:,
-R,1.--: G Co.
L ADIES' DRtESS GOOD.
TA S .t .1' EIVIF. from New Yr
14 ra.1 AIRlTZ, Cr!'. si;k i:t ' . -
D I1-: nA 1 0EG!3,or beaut ful sty s:
it~e5Dia.!BAtitF.3ES a:m'l 1'h::::C
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1: A4 DI. E .3 d~ .JA C~ 1) T 2; L
1 1'. '. .:. n unmer' !i I, of:e;V a
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a :a -- T<Xad .... .1
( " . ' L SLINS, ab::'i :
Th a etfuly ree.'' . ld toc2 .iml
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or e.:,b, a::.1 o - . .h h e i.e:a! in ie. t e
ainuton f hei':. Ier . '*
.b :: I . Ii
faB ikea rahl ie itr.a i er.-Xsl :a. ik
:,:l s; ee.'lications' ma' e I :'w.:n at t:.e s~e:n
CO.\l ssI:):' i'.S O~ Pr o A D. ,
. ~Lower' .Iattalion, 7th Regn'.
tich Spring And Summer Dry
(Smnqud Laryr Supply th Spria: )
.s '.r mC -i:M (i3.- oti-.:inal one
3 I pr:c eI p vuih S ;I*l tl2 e c : I [ave jti
-turnel :urain from the Northern ii-kt-, w;th
rge ;id spl i d :i i i . I 1-tIireb:-i. uII r ;li
c'ic Im t. : If the e,.:a. *ai llt- e : lrn 1:- e
he-r f..i:ies. unkNw: i t, e: :-.x pinr-l-ers, Ive cam
nii.! tiJt Iy to the p: ! !. we e;-nn2 give them-IlI
n n i i-: l be . tt' ww!.::at ..vel r j.:iet 4, i h:. :tity
bh.hniia n te e:y.pur!::ing in an I :irly
rt. A i:.mr thw ;' oriitsnt wi!i be iouni the
- rI ic'-si I 'r .,.I l:rie: a. ti; a::.al.:a setUS
In . : :-' i. indi.tan. iSI ;s
' ;.::. ( :.j \DINES;
(Cr:av I )i':;r I ), . -
] i;h f i i .\ w':.- 1 A .\ I -'E!" s:
Rich Irech CHAi Al. jL- 1... Wr ) 25 centab;
Fr. .\1- :-:N.! :: : ;. 1 A T D::, very pretuV
lMel E.1u 1. .Q N . ;. . d O l 1'q,.
4:u:.n . j . \h 1 j., . t ' w n . .;e : caa
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. eII .: i '.:,. 1 .i ::'-. quI '' e -rv.~
10 '-14:::1 !.n:si IiETING8;
C' - \- r .v7 ~ r. C erty
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Ax !!LS of the
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0 A N DI D ATE S!
The friends ofG. 1). T1L LAAN, EMI.. respect
fully nnounce. him as a cindidate, for re-electien,
to a Seat in thie Houe of Ifepreseltathves at the next
T 1rieims o. Cnpt. 1O"1ERT MERI
*WLI I:-::. r, si -:ly nmin-ate him as a Candi
1ate for a 4CeLt inl t12ll u: : I2e of Represeutatives at
its ne~xt Sssonl.
i1: 1 T '1 F 4r s of C.R LY W. STILES, Esq.,
rp ennem e him as a Camdidate fur a Seat
i the .Vxt L'Ac..Lure.
Tite fi-*ns t.\h. W.\I.GR F.GG,rcepcccfnily an
nutou::ve him1u a eundiate for a seat in the next,
Teb fien.a (S 31.A.J..IAME3 BLACKWELL
respecily houne hin as a Candidate for a seat
in tile nlext Lb.6.ture.
TE Friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLE
13 U.1 resp, etfully announce him as a Candidate for
a seat in the Hloue of Representatives at the en
il.The friends of Col. M. C. M. 11 A IM OND
resj:ecIfffly r.:iunce him as a Candidate for a s-at
hi the I fouve of eleprese.ntatives at the next election.
C!.j Tm: Friends cf Da. G. .1. YATD1OUGI
respItfu!y a:mnun-2ce h12:i a a Canlintae for a scat
in the louse of luep:-e:::atives at the ensuing
3_T Till Fr:ends; oif Cap,. 11. 1".1ULWARE
re eeittl:yru1:v atunce him as a Can-iidate for SherifI
of 'E1..:lg l hiti t il te next election.
Thi -: fri.ns of C:pt. LEWI COVAR,rcs
> : Ilum a- a candidite for Shcrif,
ofI Ed; eld .tl.- tIet. at th. ensuing eleetion.
Te m.::t friends. of W. W. S \LE. Esq., of
TI i r. tn thi upper part of the Ditriet. re.spcet
Cu .y ann.;me him as a e::ndidate for Sherif of
E. I I I ,It:e: at the next deection.
'Th is o! Co. W Octrt.t:u:treF
p u :.. mnoun,!e hlim ta U.tmidate for Sherill
of EAt i-l: at thle ensuing eetin.
K'We re aut. 'iu l to alnoulnctte LEWIS
.l0ZC :', E> , as a eaindidate 11r re-election for
1 Ti: Filais of .r. IU liLr.T D. BRYAN
Srerectuiiy announce hiim a. a Can.!!date for Clerk
or Edgd.tied Di..tr:ct :t the nvxt election.
ror VT ax Collector
s:C, -Y L.UI A 1Z.
T: 0'I 8 l.' R f-:.SE-,
'p;1I1LU D.l El ~ 'I-AN,
.WALI:Y '.*%* iTZ.
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:':: '.iCTc (:s UF '.:EICf ;-', re:sp;e':fally
in:-. hi -.ie t -t urounding emau mity, and
Ohe 03!.0 im:di
L o o.ro .us-2 .0 it ~1,
n,:3 T'.'.YEi' Ilorropulgf.ic Pikpiciuan, Sumr
" :, and Acco,Ue:en. htav of Philadelphia,
I o', .ce-ied .a a .7 'Ien. Street, A ngusta, Ga.
1>::ri ientlar nuetio' .;id :o -the treatment of
Chnni diseas.s. \'. i.. a::e at ;n di.:::t:ee on1 tihe
H1. 1U. TUIAY Il IM 3. D.
Aug usta Ga.
-\Ap;.i: tIo 12.
pS. G. YA TIlU IO U GIH & J. P. ABUY,
'hivthis day formed a 1Ptner:-.hip, for the.
pratieto .mKmec:N nnd SURGtERY. Not amtditiacnal
chrg o consultation visit. Oflice at Dr.
A pril 9. 1&5G. t f 13
3 TY OFFICE is now in this Vdi!nte, ne:* door
Dr, Jas M Da , Dentlist,
t. speein ..r e' mal o'et'0!lts o
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-- *-' :md" 1 t(1 Soa Wam-r,
* h-. :al ve v:.2 Itpply you
I ;.y:.:s::, oe to t e Court
- .~ ~ ~~I -t the :-i: famT ATI:
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h1 b , ui i- whitt fet, altwoli
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.& T .Y -r2'2 atnIW.' u tsrbetwee't resi-e
S.nmRe Wn and te eLS il
r jlIE Exres.. of these Institutions will be re
sumlied on (cthird Monday in Janunry next.
As heretoforv, Mar. JAMES L. LESLEY' will
nct as Principai of the Male Department.
ilThe Vemuale ' ol. with the Primary Depart- .
ment of the , Academy, will be conducted by
Mr. A. P. uUrTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplihed Miss A. E. ART11UR, and
-other competent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition per dession.
First Class, Primary Department..........$9 00
Second " Ordinary English Branches,....12 00 J
Ti.ird " IIiiher " " .... 15 00i;
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with highe r ilathematies,.............20 00
Frene1% inuroldery, Needle work, &e.,usual
The Scholastic yc:r will be divided into two Ses
sions of' five nmonths each. Pupils will be charged
froem the time of entering to the end of the Session.
Tuition in advanice.
Good lloard can be had in the Village at from
$S to $10 per month.
S. P. GETZlN,
A. J. H A MMOND,
S. W. GARDNER,' .
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUT.ER, -
- . H. A. SHAW.
Dec 5 tf 47
Furniture! Furniture !
P) EN ..\liN & GOODR ICII, lroad street, op
.)posito Lainbark & Cooper's, respectful an
notince to their friends and tl. public, that they are -
now reeiving daily a choice and well selected
assortment of all kinds of FURNITURE, such as
llitElUSAt. lOOiG.CASES SOFAS, CHAIRS,
T.:TE-A-TETL , CE'NTIrK TABLES, BED
.TEA DS, WIN 1OW SIA DES. &C.. o'fthe1:
tL stand inot fashionable designs, which they guatan
tee to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and
invite :1 who wih to purchase, to call and examine
A LL WO11K WARRANTED.
Mattresses and al kinds of Furniture, manufae
tured aud repaired to oider, with neatness and dis
patch. BENJA MIN & GOODRICH.
Augusta, April 23, tf 15
Village Property for Sale.
Tilli snhseriber otlers for sale his HOUSE
AND LOT, situated in Edgefield Vilage,
mmdiante'r West of the Planter's Hotel. Said
Lit contains near FIVE acres of Land, and extends
froi th ilP iblic Square-tb Bever Dam
try It will he disposed of on reasonable terms.
Possvssion given on short notice.
U-r With alt expenditure of two or three hun
dred dollars it could be made one of the most hand
some places in the Village. For further particulars
call on the undersigned.
D. R. DURISOE.
A pril 3, 1836. tf 16
Valuable Land for Sale,
rm-iillE Subseriber, desirous of moving, oftZrs for
. sale his valuable P'laintation, situated 19 miles
fron lalg eie1l C. I L. and within two miles of Mt.
Willini. containing: 1342 acres.
The placec w11 he sl the whole togethe, orwil -
he divided into the filluwing tracts to suit purcha
- he H iome Place
Cniti..ing 7.35 acres, upon which there is an excel
hll-1ou 'e with G ronis, all necessary outbuildings
(:10.4 (of which are framed,) Gin I1ouse, Screw,
Sulls. Negro 1louses and a!l the convenienees-of
A'iout 150 acres on this place are cleared, one
third of which is fresh land-the remainder is in
rood heart and is well alapted to cotton and grain.
Thie Phee is very healthy, pleasmitly located and -
very dlesirable to -any one working from 10 to 20
.2. The Bon~ham Place,
Contning 4410 acres, upon which there is a corn
forntable dwelli ng with necessary ciutbuildings-abon
100 acres 01 Forest land and 340 acres cleared, 50
of which is fit at and second year's land, of excellent
qu~ality, good. fur corn and cotton ; also 25 .acres of
low-ground ; the remainder in a fair satte of culti
vation. ---.5 . -
3. The Pine-Laind Tract,
Cotntamning 187 acres, about 18 acres cleared, the -
renm:indler heavily timbered and equal if not supe-.
riot in productiveness to any pine-land in thirsee~
tion of the d~striet.
Persons desirous of purchasing will do wellto
callboon and examine for themselves. Or for in
fo'rmationi, address the subscriber at Mt. Willing,
Edgetield District. Terms of sale will be accomno
Mlty 7. 1S56. - t f .17.
Valuable Property for Sale,
,riP il E undersigned, intentdinzgto move to Georgia
ILin a sho tt tine, ofi'-s for s::le the fo:lowing'
val::lde p'roperty in lmnburg-titles intdisj nbkb. -
'T.e D)W E LLIN' IIOUTSEnand LOT on ISh.rket,
Coner of Snowdent Street, running thtrought to
-ier Street. The D)wtilintg and Kitchen are of
brik, co-:. red with tin. Ont the Lot is a Crtrriage
I leuse, S.%, andl all nee, s:-ary outbuildinp..
Th"e I.O out'- Cet:tre trteet, n atly opposie the
.\eIl.:i. in whtich is a lartge'lTWO STORY
IUm!Yi lUtI .1)9,G reenpiel as; Two Stores and
D/i te'--!it rutnning thtrou.:h to Cobb Street. On
*h la-er I.u. -et is a large bat-k Store.
The I.OT ont (Corner .\iarket and Le-avenworth
*:ree., IL .n.-! t1.iou th toi aiircer~ Sttreet. On this
!.* is I e In -:mzd a hli~ Story lhOUSE, plas
-IVI I I |CXD|E D |I RIES Ilamhlurg and
T I 'oep ti'ejty will be toild on accommoda
:I::iui or e~t:tnged for land~ in sothern. Geor
li . t E5n . '11. A. K ENfRICK.
p ahtri , Octl t f 38S
.Land for Sale.
1 Su1 ~ '-seriver wishng to chtange 1's location
A. offers for s de lai V A LIA3LE P'LAMTA
hre Hundred Scventy-sevenAcres
l.yiere on S:t tl River.and adljoining laitds of Wmn.
A. Stroi:htcr. A. Clark and .Dtavidl I'ayne, near
Il.z:'.t's F'erry, andi wit btin two or three hundred
yar~ds of the Grceenville & C'olumbidi Rail Road.
fThe Trat.t coiatV'ns ::btout onte hutndred acres in
*tri::utl fres-,t, whi!.4 tthe re-t is ttndrer fence. Ono
ht:::t ied and lity ii int a hti::h state of cultivation,
.-f whichl tere is froim secenmy-live-to one hundred
.nrs of~ tl:e Iot t.mt and egteal tonnyw and surpassed
by~ noei h- tt.Ti plamattion has good out
(i the premtti es m~e a iood Two Story Dwelling
i out- nad all ttecessary pantation buildings. Also,
a ri~ring o* ntever fai~intg watter.
r j" Aty rers .n wishing to purchase will call on .
the sberibe: v.hIt. ra ie ont Ithe premises, and ho
will tatkc :.i-ur in showing them the abhove tract.
.1. W. MAYNARD.
ov. at tf 45
TLerosindeted to the Estate of William
.I Thurmotnt1. de'. are requested to make
mtnet to the undtersoned. Anad those hatvintg
n: -:..:t at m will present them aceofd
ta to ite.
P .E.'S\NT D. TIIUJRMOND. Adm'r.
-! . ;'.. tf ' 16
TOT Orders will receive any attention unless
S. E. BOWER.S, AGENT.
.Jan ,0 tf 3
A NGretnoved to the rtore formerly occa
idv by D. J1. W. Stikes, and having)ust
rectived a hat .r :mad well selected
Stock of Groceries,
of every descripition I ahu p pared to accommodate
myt enIstomers andti friends wv h every article usutally
1:-pt in sneh estabhshtments, and at the lowest mar
ket pree W. C. UE WLEY. -
Ihambutrg, A pr'l 0 tf 13- .
Lpens to whom the Estate of JTamres
i Weatheebyeea~ed, is ind~bed wiill pre
st-at thteir claims, and all persons indlebted to the
said Estate-, will nmake paynmlts to the undersigned,
WL.ANDERSON, A dminaistrt~
Nov. 21. 1855. *tf 45
Physicians' Euiggy Trunks anid Pocket~
jEDICINE CASES-tor sale by
IIA. G. & T. .J. TE AGOE, Druggists.
May 23 tf l
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