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ARTHUR SIMKINS, EDITOR.
EDGEPI2LD, . C.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21,1857.
T. J. Wut-rracER is our authorised Agent to re
ceive subscriptions and collect all monies due this
The Cash System adopted.
Art.-r the first of .Tanunrv we will adopt the Cash
system and inten'l str'etlv to nahere to it in ea-h
and everv atitnetn. It is cetrtainlv the beet svetem
fsr all. espet-itlv newsonner nuhlishers, and ap our
bills nre Lrenernllv small it will he no inconvenience
to any one to pay up in advance.
AlV navertimPnts. to secnre publicity throneh
onr e-u-ne. mnst h- nid ?or when handed in.
Those wtho l:ve at n aiemnee wishine tn avertise,
can enclnoe the amnunt for whi h they desire in ni1
iertise. Those avortisinr hV eontraet, by the
year, will he expected to eettle up quarterly.
We will fornish t'he Adeertiaer and Columlin
Examiner. one rear. for Q4 25. pavahle in alvance.
The Ex-riner is a large nnd evesllont literary pa
per. nhliihed weeki, at .o nr annum
Wo will furnisih the Advertiser and Southern
Lght one year for $3.5n. ,asvah' in n'lvance.
The T.ig-ht ;r a well ennaucted monthly .TnurnAl.
devoted to relirinuou na literary reading, and pub
lisalM in thie Villnge at . 00
Thos'- wishtine to encourage sauthern enteorrieP
and obtain gond and ebeap publications, would do
well to takc,up our proposition.
Er t nv one sending us five new subscribers to
th- Advertiser. with the cah for the same, will be
entitled to the sixth copy gratis.
Snow and Freezes.
For two or three days past the earth in these part'
ha' been whitened by a licht hnt genuine mantle of
snow. The weather succeeding its fill his been the
coldest non our reenrd since 1836. Fahrenheit stond
one mornine at 80 heoinw zrn. Teo upon good sized
I P'd muddles' was strong ennuah to hear hnorses and
bueics'. The freeze continues as we write. Fare
well, fall-oats! But its a great time for hanging up
Butler Lodge, T. 00. F.
T'e following gentlemen are the officers of Butler
Lodge No. 17. 1. 0. 0. F. :hr the ensning term:
W. W. A DAts, N. G.
G. S. McNVt.L. V. G.
Lxwis Ji'-ras, T.
31. W. AB.vr, S.
The Southern Light.
- The J-innary number of this journal is before us,
full of interestin' matter, original and selected. It
scarcely !eenm-s us. who are its publishers, to speak
of the style in which it is gotten up. The marked
improvement of the new issue cannot fail to strike
the public eye. We only wish our friend of the Light
would make greater exertions to tend abroad, more ex
tenlivelv, lis lucubrations and otr handiwork. We
wish too that bnthi he and his associate would resolve
within-tlaemselves to bestow a large portion of their
time and atteniton upon the pages of their young pub
lication. Thus alone can any paper be made really
deserving of public patronage. With a Monthly thiis
is peculiarly the case. It is not regarded as is an off
hand daily, or even a weekly. h is looked upon more
as a book ; and its preparation ought to evince care,
thought and stud y, ont the part of its conductors. Witha
thtis kind of attention the editors of thec Southaern Light
can easily attain stuccess. Without it, neither this
nor any othter mounthly, can in any wise flourish.
Wsare told there is-tat be a Scientific Entertain
ment, by Sir. H. Jaesstyas, one night this week, either
-at the Plaaater's Hotel or in the Courgouse. In fact
we have struck off' a set of hills for- Mr. J. -When
they are posted, the public will see whaat, when, anid
where, thte entertainament will be. Thlis mucha we can
aqyin.a.van~ce: that it aeal bgn with Ph a
gorian illustrations of Scriptural views, wilT poee
thence to Astronomical teachings, and swill wind up
with "Amusing Comic Scentes.".
.A ttentIon is directed tusuandry fresha advertisements.
Mr. Parsn's, upou gardena seeds, is exactly ini season.
His views upton that subject are ettrely correct, atnd
we are glad hae has laid in so full a supply of seeds.
Mir. Sat'n', in the business of Cardages Buggies
&c, ought to be read by all. F. L. S., is a clever fel
low aand deserves a good share of public patrorange.
Thte addittuonal advertisements of CRANE, and of
Sugan, Angusta Ga., also deserve attention. We
were down the other day tand found the Augusta Dry
Goods market a most inviting one, CRANE and Sutaa
among thec best.
It will be seen thast a new Watol.-repairer is now
The "'Progressionist " an organ of Universalismn,
also solicits thec notice of our readers.
lION. Wv. Wv. BOYCE.
We are pleated to see that thtis talented Congress
man oaf ours is making himself felt in Washington,
upon that most important of all the practical qnestions
now before the country, "thte Tariff." Sometime
since, Mr. Bovcc took an early occasion to place be
fore the coutntry hais views upon this interesting subject.
We admired. at thte titne, the perspicuity of hts re
marks, the method of his argument anad thte tenor of
the policy hte advocated ; and we haave been expecting
to hiear more from him upon this great topiic. We
have not been .i'r-ppa-inted. Early as the debtate has
been sprung ttpen this question during the present ses
tion, we finda haim, ike a true knighatat his post, armed
cap-a-pie, anti ready at all points. The State of South
Carolina looks to haim wvitha r onfidence, and feels at.
suced daat hais ability and intelligence will carry ott
as far as possible, her well-known principles in tisi
regard. Mr. BorcE is an htortest andt a faithaful politi
ciana. By his indepenadance arid inatelligence, he has
commanaded tihe respect of our Natonal Legislatre.
Let him go ott boldly, and he will deserve, and re
ceive, the plautdits of an admairinig constituency.
" PLOUGH, LOOM & ANVIL."
This is a neat agricultural joaurnal, published in.
New York, at $3 per antnum. We cannot accede to
he publisheg's proposition to print his prospectus for
htis paper. If we want it, we can suabscrihe for it.
Idependent of all politics, Northtern agricultural
works do net suit a Southtern latitude.
CIIARLESTON MEDICAL JOURNAL &
A medical friend has kindly placed uporn our table
an able naumber of thtis publi -ation. After a careful
perusal of its pages, we agree with him in regarding
it one of thte lgodest and best journals of the kitnd
that has ever fallen utnder our notice. Its editor, C.
HarOtL-r 3. D., is evidently the man for his poasi
tin ; direct, explicit, inadependent and well-in formed.
The style and excntion of thae work are equal to
those of any of its compeers, North or South. Each
number comprises one haundired and forty-four octavo
pages, and contains a steel-engraved portrait of a
distinguished Medical man. Price, S4 per annaum,
payable in advance..
Although not upon our exchange lisr, we take real
pleasure int recommending this Review to the phtysi
cianas of our acquaintanace. 'It is not only a Southcrna
work ; but it is in every sense an admirable and a
A number of persons doubtless, besides MOORE.
tave hedn visited with tharee girl children in succes
bion; but very few of theta have had the bairn of
consolationa so beautifully applied as in thas epigram
addressed by Arxtssos to his friend:'
'm sorry, dear ikoure, there's a damp to your joy,
Nor tink may old strain of my thlogy stupid,
When I say thast your nife haad a raghat to a boy
Fur Venaus is nthling n ithotut a youtng Cupid.
But :-ince Fate the buon that you n ished for refuses,
Ey grantinag three gir's to your haappay embraces,
lie meat.nten you w anrdrd abroad with thteMuses,
Tat your wile shaouhi be e~teled at htome wvitha the
Tis will do for several persons hereabout,. As for
cur sinagle telf, we need no such salvo. Otur baby's
fac, witha its cherub smiles, has wiped out our disap
poaament long ago, andI more effectually too thant any
man's pcetry 'could have donte it. The truth is, we've
comS Co thi.nk that boys are abonuable auisaces, and
-.e'u hua none of 'ems
A POLITICAL DIALQGU.
Extremist.-I understand you to say that you were
a Nullifier in 1833.
Conservative.-I was scarcely of sufficient years to
take a position knowingly at that time. But my feel
ings all ran that way. My friends were nullifiers:
those wlms'a I admired were nullifiers; 3Mr. CALHOUS,
l1r. AlcDUzFE, Gov. HAYNE, Judge BUTLER, and
manyother distinguished men, were nullifiers; the
almost universal shou' of my State was for Nullifica
tion; and- , in short. I was a nullifier.
Extremist.-Very well. And you were also a Be
cessionist in 1851 !
E.rtremist.-A nullifier in '33 and a secessionist in
'51 and now a conservative !-how din you reconcile
this last position wi b your former faith?
Conservative.-I find no difficulty in my own mind,
however patent the seeming inconsistency may pre
sont itself to yours. My conscientious desire as a
politician always was-(of course you understand me
to mean since my mind ha' been at all inclined to the
ennsideration of snch matters)-always was, to see
advanced, in triumph and in glory, the great princi
ples of out Constitution; the #eat elements of our
Confederat ion's strength, the mightiest one of which
is tha sovereignty of the individual S'ates; and the
equal rights of American citizene Nnllification,
although now exploded as a political remedy, did (in
the instance of '33) no little good. Even those op
posed to the policy have been constrained to admit.
that happy results rapidly followed its agitation In
South Carolina; And this was doubtless so, not from
any inherent strength in the measure itself, but on ac
count of the high objects of justice and eqnality had
in view by its advocates. We were nullifiers in South
Carolina, not to dissolve the Union, but to reform the
Ertremist.-And will you tell me that your Seces
ion movement was characterized by a like conserva
Conserbative.-As far as the strength and wisdom
of that party is affected by your enquiry, I answer,
it was. There were a good many Hotepurs in our
ranks, who descanted upon *the merits of that crisis
upon pure distunion grounds. They were distnionists
per se. Not so with the real worth of the party; The
Secession record will show, to the satisfaction of eve
ry impartial man. that the sons of Caroina were
prompted to that effort as a last report, to stay the en
rnachments of an unserupulons and unconstitutional
majority. Of course the proposed measure was a dis
union one in name. But who believes, now, that (if
successiul) it would have proven other than a most
powerful conservative measure? Had South Carolina
seceded, there would have been no blood spilt. There
would have been no revenue cutters to threaten her
sea-port. But the event wotuld have placed a great
question before the American Congress. It would
have been a question between South Carolina and
the General Government, in the decision of which
the voice of tte slave States would have been
potent. It would have precipitated the trial-fight be
tween Constitutional patriotism and Higher.Law
fanticism, which our present political captains tell
us must come on sooner or later. The Secessionists
elt that this was the real strength of their movement ;
and it was this that gave them boldness and zeal.
Their effort failed. They yielded gracefully to the
majority of their State brethern. A few were cha
grined, and rashly swore that they were dlone battling
for the Constitution, the South and every other object
of political iope. But the great body of that party
accepted the decision against them as an adequate
condemnation -of their policy. The old divisions
eased. The onily field of operations since practicable,
is that upon which the Democracy wages war against
both its ancient atnd its new-fangled fTes. Upon that
field are all our sister States of the Southt, entergetical
ly engaged. Upon that field is marsihalled, now, a
grat army that is 1o fight out the identical ends sought
to be obtained by thte Carolina Nultfiers of '33 and
the Caroliisa Secessionists of '5l. And there stanmds
South Carolina, Secessionists and Co-operadoh!ists.
It is her true ground for the nonce. Whmether it w ill
remain so, is to be determined by future develop
Rt -But do you not see that Abolitionism
- rth, and that our only hope is in
-fi sake of the South?
Itis jndeed rampanit, as
no it is no less true that the Union of the
South is thme trume arc of hersafety. But united how?
anti for what ? I answer, united by the conds of pa
riotism anil of itnterest; ttnited upon Constitutional
principles; utnited to achieve a triumph in the Union ;
united to save the, whole country, first ; anmd, if that
stnali be impossible, then united to save ourseltves.
This is the understattding of our position, as enter
tained by thme entire South except a few such invter
ate, unreasonable and impracticable extremists as
Extremist.-Say what you wi.l, I am for South
Carolina standing aloof, asshe hmas done, till the time
for action arrives.
Conserrative. Then you are either a Southern
fanatic or a Southern illibuster, and I have no more to,
say to y ou.
" CA LHOUN DEMOCR ACY."
Is it asking too mutch of thme Columbia Times, to
diefine what it means by a " Calhoun Demucracy"as
contradistinguished from .a " Jefferson Democracy,"
or as compared withm thte Sound Democracy of to-slay.
We cannot imagine thmat MIr. CAt~uOUN. if now alive,
would be other than a Democrat on thme platform of
the Cincinnatti Convention. T here was nothing in his
life, either at its morning, noon or evening, to warrant
a dillerent opinion. Deep as was his solicitude for
tle welfare of his section, lie was yet a conservative
of the U!nion to the last, andI only yearned for another
hour upon the flour of thc Senate Chamber to point
tme wiay of safety for his country, his ur/hole country.
We therefore demur to the appropriation of his name
by the present ultra wing of Sonithmern Democrats.
That name, we earnestly insist, belongs to the Consti
tutional men of the Union, and not td any limnited set
of secedlers from thme Demucratic P'arty. It would be
dioiing great injustice to time memory of Jonts C. CALz
no~4, to make his name the watchmword of schi'ims in
the Democr-atic ranks, for the hare reason that he-was
opposed to the plan andI policy of Nominating Conven
tios. his spirit would be grieved to know that his
lesser views of expediency, and n' t his mighty teach
ings of Demnocratic truth; were to be muade thme starting
point of a ne w political school.
- anks of Tennessee and Georgia.
We observe a pretty little quarrel just struck up
b t ween the Nashville Union and the A ego-ta Chro n
ide and Sentinel, in regard to the respective merits of
certain ephemeral Banks in Georgia and Tennessee.
Those of Georgia have for several years been known
as " Wild Cat flanks." Why, or wherefore, we are
unable to tell, unmlesm it be that their condition and
prospects were particularly squally. The Georgia edi
tor, it seems, had gone so fatras to entitle sundry Banks
of Tennessee "One horse Banks ;" whereupon hits
Trennessee neighbor replies with indignant scorn, re
pells the Livery-stable itr-iuation, and advic-es the
press of Georgia to warn the country, and especially
to put " Georgians on their guard," against those cat.
It is amusing to us, of South Carolina, to watch
these lit tle squabbles between our neighbors of Geor
gia and Tennessee. We, who never had two banks to
fail within our limits, can scarcely realize this species
of internecene jealousies.
The Ocean Telegraph.
It appears impracticable to establish a line of tele
graphic wires between America and England ,ivithtout
leaving bothI termini 0n British soIl and of c-ourse un
der tie control of British power. The objection hav
ig been raised thiat this would be placing immense
advantages ini Great Brittain's i;;ds in case of war,
Liu. Ialvra thtus reasons in reply:
"Our fellow-citizens who contrived, planned and
brought forn'ard this noble work are too-sagacious
and patrioti-euot to have perceived that, lying as It
loes wholly withinm the ca-ntrol of a f-reign Power,
tat P~wer, were it a nation of Gothms and Vandals,
might tiurn the pathm they w"cre about to make for thme
lig'tning alonig time bed of time ocean agrainst theiromwn
cu mntry int war; Wit they' ktmpyr thme people ontthe othmer
suie, snid trus-tedl to htighmer ay\d nphler sentimnents.
The British Governiment imerfere sa jih thme free tuse of!
that cable even in War! Thme sp-irit of time age y?
against such arm net, und no state within the pale of
Christendom, mouch less t~int great English nation of
noble people would dare to do sutch a tiing.
Ihas time distitnguishted Lieutenant furgotten how
Eglandl behaved towards NArOLEsON theo Great, w'hen
lhe threw htimself upon the generosity of heLr "noble
people" T hat page in her history might teach him
that she Is capable of anything, inm guardinmg against
But what waht we wit1 an Ocean telegraph, even
if one end rested under our flag? We remember
earing a talented daughter of JoHN C. Canitous re
mark years ago, that the Atlantic's wide"*4ater was
Dur proteetion against European politics, European
morals, and Enroppan infidences of every kind. The
remark made an impression upon us which has never
been erased. And we ptill seriously doubt the wisdom
o any step towards ineeasing the intercommunication
f the two hemispheres.
fg" MaRIED, in Anderson District. on Wednes.
day evening last. by the Rev. ..-Scott Murray, J. V.
Moore. Esq.. (Editor of the True Carolinian.) to MEliss
E. E. Rnbinson, daughter of Dr. Win. Robinson, all
of Anderson District.
- gW Messrs. LooAN & BRoTru, have purchased
the Orangeburg Southroa and will edit and publish
it theniselves. They will certainly meet with succefs
-or at least they should.
gvr Tits Electinn for Clerk of the Court (save the
Carolina Spartan) tonk place on Monday, resnltinz in
the choice of the present incumbent, J. B. Tolle
EP" THE Charleston papers note the arrival of
Gov. R. F. W. Allston and family in that city. His
headquarters will be at Charleston until 15th April.
tV Ta Franklin, La., Journal says a gentleman
of that place. on a recent hunt in Cypre Morte, killed
87 snipes in five shots, 48 in two shots, and 28 in one
shot, making 163 snipes in eight shots.
gZ!' T. S-ro1o Fiaow. Esq., has retired from the
Spartanhurg Express, and Messrs. A S Douglas and
John H. Evans have succeeded him in that well con
22' A negro man, Mose, who recently murdered
his master, Mr. Lindsay, in Henry county, Ala., was
soon afterwards caught in Decatur county, in this
State, and carried back and burned to death.
SW" Tag most certain a-id speedy way of procuring
inng eyelashes is to cut the endt of them. They im
prove in length after every application of the scissors.
This is a most excellent plan. The women of the
East all do it, whence the beauty and length of their
r-" IT was the chaste and classic Addison who
There is but one way of fortifying the soul against
all gloomy presages and terrors of mind; and that is,
by sec ring to ourselves the friendship and protection
of that Being who disposes of events and governo
gg'TH Tallahasse Sentinel says that the Florida
Legislature, during its recent session of five weeks,
"did many things which it ought not to have done
and lelt undone many things which it ought to have
LW'ZAARIA11 CHANDLER, who has been chosen
by the republicans of Michigan, to replace Gen. Cast
in the U. S. Senate, for six years from the 4th of Marc1
next, is a merchant of Detroit, and at the same tim
a most zealous politician.
W TnE bill apprgpriating the lands donated b
Congress for constructing that portion of the Alabama
and Florida Rail Road lying between Tallahassee and
the southern line of Alabama, has passed both housei
of the Florida Legislature.
12' WHIsKas and cold weather seem to be coa
ing on together. As the cold strengthens, the hail
lengthens. It is a sort of naturalgreat coast fur man'
fronetispiece, and don't look badly either. At leasts(
til ladies think.
9W A dressed hog was sold last week in Chicago
Illinois, to go to Boston, which weighed 606 pounds
It was not only large but well fatted, and sold at th<
top of the market, at $6.50 per 100 lbs, making th
round sum of $39 39. Raising hogs at $40 a piece
would be a profitable busincess.
gg' I-r has been determined by the friends of Eut
chanan to erect a temporary building for the inaugt
ration ball. Tickets for the ball are $10.
ESP A great breeze has been kicked up in Detroit
in consequence of the discovery of hiorse-beef sausa
ges, made in that city.
gg" M'tr. C. A. LowsE a has a mill at Montgomery
Ala., for makinag oil from cotton- seed.
For the Advertiser.
Ma. EDrroR: I anm thankful to my friends lo
nominting mte as a Candidate for fijor Genern
of the 1st Division. S. C. M1., but ciircumstneeso
a private natire, render it proper that hhdould de
eine the nontination. .
W. C. MORAGNE.
INTE.RESTiNO FoRE~tIN INTELLW.ENCE.--TIH
telegraph news published this morning, says th
Augusta Constiutionialist of the 18th inst
broght by the steamship City of Washingtoi
is highly interesting, polhtlcally and commner
ciallv. The nadvance in Cotton in Livcrptool, o
an f.8 to 1-4d, with large sales and a firm mar
kei, will be gratifying news to dealers in that
Th'Ie collision between the English fleet at
Canton, under Admniral Scymnour, andl the Chi
nese authorities or Governient, and the intel
ligece thtat France was~ fit ting out ships of wat
to proceed to Chinia, portentd continued trouble
to the Celestials. The commercial effect ol
these difficulties will be a great appreciation ii
the value of teas and China goods generally.
IoitoRRELE Mua!RDER.--ThIe Starkville (Mis.)
Adcocate, containis the particulars of thu horri
ble murder of Robert Blurnes, proprietor of the
Cottage IHotel in that place, by D~r. W. D. Sto
vnll, with whom he had had a fight the dlay be
fore. It says:
"Going near Burne's stable, Dr. S. stopped
the buggy, and walkt d withiun about twenty-five
paces of Burnes, who was engatged in btarnessmgi
a horse, he beckoned to a negro who was stan
ding near to get out of the way, at the samne
moment raising the gun and firing. AL the in
stant of his firing, Bnrnes lo'oked aronnd and
received the contents of the gun full in he face.
lie raised his hands to his eyes and sunk to the
earth, exclaiming, "my God !" Upon this, Sto
val advanced within ten paces and fired the
second time, the whole charge taking effect in
his back, atnd Buirtnes then cried out, " I ama
dead man !" Still, not satisfied, Stovall coolly
approached him drawing, a pistol, put it close
to his head and fired again, bursting the eye.
ball from its socket ; then putting the pistol to
ls breast, he fired a fourth time into the body
of the already dead man. Mrs. Burnes and her
children rushed from the house screaming, while
Dr. Stovall coolly walked off, got into his butg
gy and drove away.
H Y M E N IAL.
MAaED, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Chas. A.
Raymond, Miss SuE FRaIrER, of this Village, and
,r. SitEi'an SrENCER, of Alabama.
MARED. on tlhe lI th inist , hby M. ]1. Whittle.
Eq, Mr. IRA EYNoLns and Miss SAaAu tAI-rLY,
of Lexington District.
14aiE D, on Tuesday the 13Sth inst., by the same,
Mr. J. W. S. EpwEs, of this District, and Mi's
UcREIA II EYNOLDs, of Lexington District.
ggPIerebanuts and Planters wvisla
ig to have baigains in D~ry Goods, would do well
t exaine J AMES IlENEY'S large and well as
sorted st(.ek. lHe has received some more of those
solid colored WORSTEDS, nit )2b cents per ynr 1
See ndvertisement. tf 45.
ag' Col. A. M. SMITII, of A bbe ville, is respect
fully annone, v his friends as a Candidatte for
Mjor Gencral, lst Division, S. C. . .
NO ACCOUNTS against the Edgcfiehl Lyceum
herefter will be paid utnless they have been
ordered by the Finance Committee.
JBy order of thme President.
H. RUFUS DEAN, See'ry.
Ja an21 2t' 2
TO BUY FIFTY LIKELY NEGROES, for
.Lwhich the highest prices will be paid.
Address either of the undersigned at Edgofield
C. . ,IOIIN A. A DDISON,
ANNUAL STATEMENT OP XONIES RECMVED
AND PAID OUT BY THE TREASURER OF
THE TOWN COUNCIL OF EDGEFIELD
FROK THE 19 FEB'iY.1856, TO 19
7ANUARY, 1857. .
,Feb. 10th, To amount receiveil from- S. Brooks
nformnr Treasurer.. ....: ......$78 19
" 29th, To amount received from C. Al.
Mar. 17th, To amount received from C. M.
Gray, (Nlar.) ..... .........36 00
" 121, To amount received from Curry
fGr J(an L eig .0 00
"r 2d, To amount received trom C. M.
Gray. (Mar.) Cireus.........10 00
A pr. IIth, To amount received from C. M.
Gray, (Mar.)............7 00
"n14th, To amount received from C. l.
Gray, (Mar) ....... .28 00
June 9th, To amount received from C. M.
Gray. (-a,..... ....6 00
11 05th, To amount received from C. Al.
- . Gray, (Mar.)............10 60
July 16th, To amount received from C. M.
Gray, (Mlar.)............. 6 00
17th, To amount received from B. J.
Ryan per W. S. Palmer.......4 50
Sep. 4th, To amount received from D. R.
Durisoe, compound...........3 00
" 8th, To amount received from W. E.
Oct. 23d, To amount received from C. M.
Gray, (Mar.) circus.........20 00
Nov. lEth, To amount received from B. J.
Ryan, license............50 00
Jan. 19th, To amount received from C. M.
Gray, (Mar.)...............72 00
I " To amount received from John
Leigh's note..-..........25 00
" " To amount received from John
M. Witt's note...........15 00
Feb. 23d, Paid C. M. Gray, ape. 1 months
'" " " S. Covar for work on
Mar. lith, " E. J. Mims for,work
19th, " S. Covar balance for
. t, work on pumps... 18 50
14th, "Ed. 0. Dougherty for
work on street ...... 25 W,
" " " M'Ars. S. Golding for
board of E. Dough
erte........... .12 00
May 8th, Edward Dougherty
for work on street....1 50
June 9th, " hA. Frazier's ape.....26 43
16th, " R. 11. Sullivan's apo.
for book..........3 60
25th, " Tom Morel month's
work ...........15 00
" 28th, " Lewis Covar's ape... 6 75
" lith, " John Huiett for pit
stocks........ . . .. .6 00
July 17th, " W. S. Palmer's ape.
for work on cistern..17 00
" " " J. U1. Zimmerman for
hireof boy.. .......6 626
Sept. 4th, " W. F. Durisoe &son
4 8th, " R. L. Golding, (over
seer)...... ......3 00
Oct. 16th, " E. J. lims ape's for
work on streets.....13 871
" 25th, " John bleDevitt ape.
for work ........... 00
9 " Mrs. Anu Griffin ape.
for hauling-..........5 00
Nov. 10th, " John McDevitt ape..5 00
" - 22d, " ' "' " ...7 50
Dec. 24th, " Mark Etheredge for
Jan. 19th, " J. M. Witt ape..7 00
a a " Mark Etheredge bul.
for sills...........44 00
" " " E. J. Minis pe, work .3 50
" " " Mirs. P Addison, ape.
" " " B.'C. Eryan drum
rope... .. . .. .15
" " " C. M. G , y's ape's.102 99
Total amount paid ou ...$4704
Balance-now in Treasury....60 78
W. W. ADAMS, Treasurer.
rJanuary 20 1857 It. 2
SHAPPY VALLEY ACADEMY,
r inE Exercises of Happy Valley Acad
Nemny will commeuce on Monday, Feb. 2d,
under the charge of Mtis. .IJ ULIETT M. PICKER
ING, who will instruct faithfully all pnpi!s commit
ted to her care.
This School is pleasantly located nine miles from
EdIgefield Village, and near the residence of J. F.
RATES OF TUITION,
English Bratihes, per Session........ ...8.00
French Langunge.................... $5,00
Good board cnn be procured in the vicinity ofI
the school at $7.01) per month.
Pupils will be charged front the time of entrance
to the clise of the sessiun without deduction, except
in case of sickness.
Jan. 20 I857, *2t 2
NTO bargain hereanner entered into by any one,
with my bricklayers, will be recognized by
me, unless I have previous and full knowledge of
the agree.ment. A. SIKINS.
.Jan. 21 2t 2
A LL prsonsindebted to the Estate of William
hevy deceased, are requested to nmake imn
mdaepayment and nyoidl costs ofsuit. A h
Hoks oftedecased remain open against all per
sons who have ever contrneted accounts with him;
and ais it is probable. that many have receipts against
tte Books, all persons who have receipts are par
tiularly requested to bring the'. forwaid and have
the proper credit entered on the Books. Without
so doing it will be impossible to know who have or
who have not receipts ; this course will save the
Estate the expense ,.f suits in those cases where
recits haye been given.
All persons-having demands against the Estate, will
ilease present them properly attested.
E. SEIhLES, Att'y.
For the Adminaistrtor.
Tanuary 20 1857 3t -2
~LL persons arc hereby notified that I have pur
h ch~ased from R. P. 11arrison, the TRlACT OF
LA ND known as the J.ohn B. Harrison Tract, and
that G. C. Mlayson is my authorized Agent for the
protection of the same.
January 10 1857 3t 2
State of South Carolina,
By W. F. DURISO E3, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
W H ERE AS, Samuel J. Porterhath applied to me
for Letters of Administration on. all snd sin
guar the goods and chattles, rights and credits of
Elizabeth Rushlon late of the District aforesaid,dec'd.
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary'.
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
Coirt House, on the 29th day of January inst, to
show eause, If any, wisy the ei4 adininistration should
not he granted.
Given urnder my htand and seqi, this fifteentlh day of
January, In thne year of our Lord one thouusand eight
hundred and fifty-seven and in the eightty-first year
of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Janary, 21. 18572 -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, T. L.- Martin hath applied. to me for
Letters of Adminislratiiont G'' all and singularthe
goods and ehattles, rights and credits or w... ho
as late of the District aforesaid,. deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said dleceas
ed, to be and appear before me,at oar next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to he holdeni at Edgefield
1. H., on the 31st day of January inst., to show
cause ifuany, whly the said administration should not be
Givten utnder my htnj '. and eal, this 17th, day of Jon
uiyith'ear of om' Lbtelktre thousand '. ;hit hun
dre an 6fy-sxand in the 81st yearn of American
ndene. W F. DURISOE, 0. E3. D.
p1ME will soon he here for every body to buy
Itheir Garden Seed, and commence preparn
ons for an abund;int supply of the best of vegeta
lee during lte coming seasons. And all who wish
k re respectfully informed that G. L. PENN, Agent
t the Brick Store, has just received an unusually
irge lot of WELL SELECTED GARDEN
iEED-enough to supply the wants of his old cus
omers. and some to spare
FOR EVERY ONE
to the surrounding country. Among his entensive
tioak innty be found a rood assortment of the earli
t and best varieties of
ksparagus (root and seed) Beans, Beet, Cabbage,
Collards. Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Corn,
Egg Plant. Lettuce, Melons, Onion (sets
and seed) Okra, Parsnip, Peas, Pepper
Rhubard root, Squash, Tomatto,
- ke., &e., &C.
hese Seed were grown at the well-known Gardens
f Comstock, Ferre & Co., of Wethersfiebl, Conn.,
nd as they but seldom fail to give satisfaction, a
rat rate opportunity
4ow offered to every family to have a plenty of the
inest vegetables this year.
117 Be certain to call at the Biuek Store, next
loor to B. C. Bryan, known as
G. L. PENN'S
3tore, and the old man will accommodate you with
he BEST of SEED, at the lowest cash terms.
Remember, if you want early vegetables, you
ust let " Good seed and. timely planting" be your
Edge6eld, Jan 21 tf 2
locks, Watches and Jewelry
R OBERT LISENBEE, takes this occa
sion to inform the citizens of Edgefield Village
and the surrounding vicinity, that he is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may entrust their
work to him, on the most reasonable terms.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.,
Left with him will be properly and neatly repaired,
and warranted to work well.
W He may be found at the residence of Mrs.
Golding. adjoining the Advertiser Office, where he
respectully solicits a share of public patronage.
Jan221 I1 2
BY F. L. SMITH.
'111E Subscriber having purchased Mr. Chas.
ILMcGregor's interest in the Carringe Estab
lhment at Edgefield C. II., heretofore known as
cGREGOR & S.llTI1'S. respectfully announces
his intention of carrying on the business on a mot e
extensive scale than formerly, and will strive to
please all who may favor him with tleir'patronage.
Ile w'l continue to huild
CA'rRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAY,S, &C.
Of the best materhil, and have them finished by
skillful and experienced workmen.
Ile will give his undivided attention to the inter
est of his customers, and hpes to receive a liberal
shrra of public encouragement. Ile returns his
warme st thanks to the former friends of the Estab
lishment and trusts that they will continue to give
him their support. F. L. S.lITI[.
Jan 21 - tf 2
Rn EV. C. F. R. SHEHANE, of Nota.
Ibsulga, Ala, is now puplishing a BIEAUTI
FUL SEMIl-.\ONTilLY SilEET, of medium
size at S1,00 a year, in adv.unce. It is devoted
prinioallly to the spread of Universalism.
rA ddress him either at Atlanta, Ga., or at
No n'ga, Ala.
Ja.i 21, 4t2
M Y Place at Pottersville can be rented upon
reasonable terms. TIhere is on the place an
exeletnt DW ELLING in good repair. and all ne
eessary out buildings. The plance contains about six
ares of good land. For further particulars apply
to Lewis Covar at the " Nansion IHouse."
-C. W. STYLES.
January 20, 1857, f 2
I WILL enforce the law against all persons who
trespass on my portion of the White Tract of
Land. It lies on the West side of the old Iharrison
Road, two mi~es South of the Village.
M. L. BONIlAM.
*Jan 21 2t5 2
Negroes for Sale.
W ILL be sold at Edgehield Court Ihouse, in
February next, if not previously sold, one
likely NEGRO WOMlAN and child.
Terms made known on day of sale.
January 2 1 2t 2
Adminisjt rat oris pale.
B Y an order fronm W. F. Dutrisuee, Ordinaxy of
Edhefield District, I will proceed to sell on
Wednesday the 4th Februairy next, at the late resi
dence of Mrs. Sarah Thtomais, de.ceasedl, all the per
sonal Estatte of said deceased, consisting of FOUJR
LKELY N EGROES, Hous'ehold and Kitchen
Furtiture, Cattle, llogs, one llorse, Plantation
T~axs-All sums und er $5 enshli; all sums over
five dollars on a credit until the first of Decembler
(1857) next. Purchasers to give tnotes with two
approved securities .T.MATN
A d'm'r. with the Will atnexed.
January 19 1857 2t 2
B y an order from the Ordinary I will proceed
to sell on the I ith Fe\bruary' inst.. at the resi
dence of the subscriher, aill the personazl Estate of
Arristead Burt, dee'd., consisting of
Seven Likely Negroes,
ma various articles not necessal y to menition.
TEa-On a eitedit until the 25th Dee next,
ith interest Irom dny of sale.
F. W. BURT, Ex's'r.
Jan 21 3t
State of Southa Carolinaa,
W I1ER EAS a paper purporting to b'e the last
Will atnd Testament of Richaard -lones, de
eased, late of the District and State aforesaid, was
admitted o probate in " common form." ott the 3lst
Decemer last; and whereas Elizabeth Ilancock,
(sister to the said Richaird .Iones,) who wou:d have
been entitled to a distribuiive shatre in the Estate of
maid Richard. if lie lhad died intestate, bath given me
notice that she requires the said Will to be proven
"due forma of law," and whereas the childrens
f Thomas Jones, deceased, and the childreun of
maeph Jones, deceased, distributees of the said Es
tate, reside without the limits of this State, and a
proper petition having been prepared for this piur
pone, I hereby give, notice to the chibilren of the
maid Thomas Jones,'residing in the State of Geor
na, and the children of the said Joseph Jones re
iding in the State of Arkuansas, and to all others in
rested in said Estate, that on the 29th of A pril
ext, I shall hear testimony concerning said Wi,
ed proceed to determine the validity thereof.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E D.
January 17 1857 oem 2
OBERT PICKENS HARRISON, having
made a peed of Assigpment, of all his Es
ate t the undersigned ini trpst foar the lenefit of
i creditors, all and sipgqhat Ithe creditors of said
. P. Harrison are hereby notified to assemble at
dgefield Court House, on Monday the 20th inst.,
o appoint n agent to act in conjunction with me in,
ogard to the assigned estate.]
CHAS. M. FREEMAN, Assignee.
Ja anuary 6 1 7I
ALL persona hiavizig demands against Edmund
C.L. Whatley, are requieted to prese.nt them to
lie undersigned, and all persons in anywise mndeht
d to said Eadaund L. Whathey, are requested to
ako immediate payment, to the undersigned. 1
W. W. ADA MS, Assignaee. c
.Tantary 19 18-~7 tf 2
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as Pressman in the Advertiser Oflice. H~e4
a be taken for a Zerpt of three years, and thor
Dgh lyuistruetd. Apply intey at this m .
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[N PRESENTING to the Public a Prospe
JOURNAL, the Editors deem it proper tc
Magazine as will instruct the mind and refini
It is put forth as the organ of no religiou
SET FOR THE DEFENCE OF TRUTI
ION OF KNOWLEDGE," and will speak
d future happiness of the race, so far as the
We take peculiarly pleasure in announcin
rvies of several
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oth Ieligious and Literary, who will contrib
'hese, together with those correspondents who
ur paper second to none.
We have added another FORM of eight pai
nstead of Forty pages as heretofore. We re
his last form as may be necessary as an advej
Will our friends then lend us a helping ht
show it to the people, in the hope that it wil
t is known.
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The " Light" will be sent to subscribers
Three " ...... ....
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anying the order, will be entitled to the sixth
All advertisements will be conspicuously
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All letters containing money should be
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will be responsible for all money sent.
(Q>Specimen copies will be sent free to
ubscribe or get up Clubs. .
Edgefield, S. C., January, 1857.
DRY GOODS'CHEAP FOR CASH
W M. H. CRANE, Augusta. Ga., is now
off.-ring his LARGE and EXTENSIVE
Stock of Winter Goods, AW
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
nd-many of them at New York Cost, in order
to make room for a large assortment in the Spring.
Those wishing to purchase Goode LOW for CASH
will do well to give him a call, as many of the
Goods have been bought low. They will find them
-AoNoG TnEMt AaE
Black an& Colored SILKS, very cheap;
Rich Stripe and Plain French DeLaines;
Fine French Mlerinos and Cashmeres; '
New Styles Stripe and Plaid DeLanes, 20 a 25c.;
Plain Del.ane and DeBages, at 121 a.;
Black and color Pd English Merinos, 25 to 374 e.;
Fine Black Bombazines and Alpaccas;
Colored French Flannels ror Basques; *
New Styl-s Ginghams from 121 to 25ec.;
Latest styles Fancy Prints, 1,4 a 121 c.;
Good Kentucky James,18S to 25 e.;
Casimeres, Satinetta and Tweeds, very low ;
A good' a-surtment all wool Red and White Flan
nels, cheap ;
Velvet, Cloth and Merino CLOAKS, very cheap;
White Crape and Stella SHIAW[LS;
A great variety of Collars and Underskeves ;
Brown and Bienched Shirting, 64 to 121 ec;
Fine Bed and Duffel Blankets, very cheap ;
Osnaburga, Georgia Stripes, and a very great va
riety of other goods
ig" Planters and their families are respectfully
invited to call and examine his assortment, whlere
they will at all times find Gouds at the LOWEST
Augusta,-Jan.- 16, 4t8 2
[adies Cloth & Velvet Cloaks,
W ILLIAM SH EAR. Augu,.ta, Ge, will sell
t1 (e remainder of his btock of Ladies' Cloih
nd Velvet CLOAKS and Cloth TA LM AS,at New
York cost. The assortment embraces those of the
hat and best styk s.
Some very handsome MOUJRNING CLOAKS,
some of extra size, to all which the attention of the
public is respectfully invited.
A ugnta. Jan 20 tf _
Cruvelli Whalebone Skirts,
WILLIAY SHEAR, Augustni, Ga.. hs
Yjusat received from New York, a eupply o~f
Ladies' CRUVELLI Whalebone SKIRTS. deei
iedly the most approved style now in use.
Also, Misses' Whalebone SKI RTS, to all of which
the attention of the Ladies is respectfully invited.
A utusta, .Tan 20 tf 2_
List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post Oflico, EdIgefld C. H ,
S. C., 1st January 1857. Persons calling for this
lst will please say " ADVar!iSED."
A-J. Adams, E. L. Anderson, A. W. Asbell, 2,
. II. A tkinisoni, J. W. Adatas.
B-.liss M. Dloughmian, T. C. Bars, R. Boutk
ight, L. 0. Bonghman, Mr's. E. Bland, H. Bird.
L. Booii, T. Buckhaltcr, Mrs. M. Berry, J. M.
uiitling, H. Briggs, J. Blank, C. Burnam, J.I
C-e. Crane, Mrs. L. Carpenter, 2, WV. Carwyre,
L. B. Cochran, WV. Coody, or his heirs, Mrs., HI.
Cook, S. Cartlidge, 3. Clay, Rev. G. M. W. Creigh- si
ton, C. Danels, 2, S. P. Dinkins, WV. Dodgeni,
Mesrs Duke & Hunk, W. WV. David, 2, J. G. Duf-t
i, J. Doby, J. S. Duffie, A. N. Dtx.
E, F-Prof. E. M. Edwardy' M. Freemnan, G. D. (
Ferguson, J. C. Freelandl, 2, N. S. Freeman. nt
G-B. F. Goode, Miss Garet, R. C. Griffin, .1
C. Gillreath, T. Gornmrn.
-hi. E. Hughecs, Mrs. E. Harris, Miss M. a
iobs, 2, S. Hersin; E. W. Horn, J. Hunt, J. W.
1az.il, A. 0. Howard, W. W. Harvird, 27C. Ha- n
rtlle, R. Hardy, E. 1B. Hill.b
3-T. H. Johnson, A. B. Joines. J. M. Jones, ti
L-A. Lewis, Mrs. D. Lott, - Lowery, Col. b
. Lanhamn, W. C. Lunluick, Mirs F. LaLnham.
M-Miss M1. Mimis, WV. WV. Miller, R. Merri- a
ethr P'rof. T. P. Moses, Miss A. Moon, J. Mi- g
cr, . Master, S. McDaniel, Dr. W. S. Mobley, ii
iss M. Mackey.
N-T. V. Norvel, A. M. Noble, N. A. Norris,
Iiss F. Napper, 2, Rev. P. Nsorris.
P-Miss M. Prair, Mrs. IH. Paybury, P. H. 'J
Partin, H. C. Parnell, R. Pennington. J. Pernmen
or, L. Pettygrew.
R-J. P. Ridgell, Miss D. Rinehart, H. Rushen.
S-A. Sheely, A. Sheftal, Thos. Smith,.IH.
ship, Miss S. A. Sego, J. J. Smith, P. Seirls.
T-L. Tailor, 3. B3. Tolbert, HI. Turner, Mrs.
. . LTurner.
W.-J. WV. Walker, C. Wriaht, A. Whittle, fi
4rs. N. Wash. A. R AMSAY, P. M. n
State pf~otuth Carolinla, a
EDGNFIELD DIST RICT. . a
IN O RDIN A RY.
Y . F IJ~lsqEEsquire, Ordinary of Edge- 9.'
Whereas, SaiuieI C. Scott hath appiled to ipe foF w
ittrs of Administration, on all and singular the bi
onds and chattles, rights an~d credit. of Mary 3. p
lurt, late of the District afone.saiid, decensed.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
ingular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
d, to be and appear before me,at our nextOrdinary's
ourt for the said District, to be hohlen at Edgefied
,H., on the 26th day of January inst., to shgow
ause, if any, why the said adnmnistration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this 1-1th day of Jan
ary, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
undred and fifty-seven, and in thie8lst year of Ameri
n independece. W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D. 1
an. 14 2ae 2 j
'iL. PENN, Agent, hats just received a snp- B
Xe ply of POT ASIH, put up in tin cans, with
dl directions for making sont and hard asp.
2n-2 :' iAS
J NEW ARRANGEMENTS
tus of the SECOND VOLUME of this
say that it is their design to furnish such
s denomination, nor political party, but
I AND DEVOTED TO THE DIFFU
out on all subjects affecting the present
capacities of its Editors will allow.
g to our readers that we have secured th
ute largely in each number'of the "Ligi.
adorned our monthly last year, willmake
res to the Journal, thus giving Forty-eight
erve the right however, to use so much of
nd'? We ask them to do no more than
1 commend itself to public favor wherever
at the following remarkably low rates
.. ......$2 00 per annum.
........ 5 00
with the cash for the same ($10)-accom
inserted at the rate of $1,00 per square of
a with those advertising by the year.
registered and directed plainly to What
,field, S. C. if this precaution is taken we
Postmasters, Agents, and all who wish to
'LEY & LANDR UM,,EDnToRs.
SIATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ilabeth Prince, Sarah Jeter -
and Wancy Turner,
*Bill for Account,
tiartha Turner, Mary Turner, &ade and Distrib'r
John Princea.-d Alex'r Sharp
on. Ex'r. of John E. Turu-r,
N Pursuance of the order of 23d Nov. 1055,
pronounced by Chancellor Wardlaw in this
:use, all persons having demands against the Es
ate of the said John E. Tttrner, are hereby regui
-ed to come in and prove their respective emands
,fore the Commissioner of this Court, in his Office
it Edgefield Court House, on or before .Monday the
th day of A pril next. And such of the said credi
rs as fiil to appear and make proof of their re
petive demands before the Commissioner as here
)y requested, will be excluded from all beneft of
Lny decree or order to be pronounce# in this umuse.
A. SIMKINS, c. :z. D.
Commissioner's Office, Jan. 13th 1857, 2me 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ester & Coxe, and
Abram Martin, IBill in nature of bill of
s. (reviver and supplement, 4.c.
Lydia W. Crabtree.J
N Pursuance of the order pronouned~d by Chan
cellor Johnston, in this ease, on 7th June, 1855,
ill and singular, the credheors of Stephen Garrett,
un'r. deceased, are hereby required tum come in be
ore the Commissioner and make proof of their re
peetive debts beiore the said Commissioner in his
)ille at Edgefield Court House, on or before'Mon
lay the 18th of Maynext. And sneh of the said
treditors as fail to come in and prove their rse~
e demands before the Commissioner, withi flie
ie above mentioned, will be excluded- from the
,enelit of the decree to be pronounced in this eduse.
A. SIMKINS, u.s.a m.
Oommissioner's Oie, Jan. 13. 1857, 4me 1
STATIE OF SOUTH CAROLI.NK,
Richard Holstein and others,
UJNDER an order from Chancellor Dankin,
made in this case, the creditors of .John Mosely,
leceased, arc required to come in and prove their
lemands before me on Monday the 16tht March
ext, otherwise they will be excluded.
.A. SIalKINS, c E E.D.
[anuary, 13 1857, 9to .. 2
State or South Carolina..
Rieliard T. Mims,1
ErasmusvS. Mimi and ilifar Partition.
Sarah AI. M'ims. -.
B Y an order from Chancellor Wardlaw, in this
case, I wi'l se:l at Edgefiel'l, C. UI., on the
irst alonday in February next, the following real
fstate, for partition, to wit:
One House nnd Lot, in the Village of Edgefeld,
tow oCcupiled by Dr. R. T. Mims as a residence, ,
ontaining one aere, more or less, bounded North
y the Street running by the Episcopal Church, East
'y Stre.et which separates it from T. Root's Lot,
outha by the Street which separates it from the
letodist Parsonage, and West by the Lot belong.
ig to tihe Estate of Mrs. Sarah Lkorde, dec'd. .
The Moses Swearingen Tract of Land, containing
ao hundred (200) acres, more or less, and the
lettis Tract, containing two hundred and sixty-one
261) ers s, more or lesa; the said two Tracts being
'jacnt to each other, and bounded by lands of
injamin Hatehter, Lands formerly belonging to
'nn Swearingen, now owned by Benjamin Bettis
The Turkey Creek Traet of Land, containing
inc hundred and ninety (990) acres, more or less,
ounded by Lands of Guy,.Broadwater, Lands of
,e Estate or John Wash, dec'd., Lands of Butler
illiams and others. (Of this Tract ten acres have
een previously sold off to straiten lines.)
TRss-Credit of one and two years, in equal
nual instalments, from day of sale, purchasers
ividig bonds with ample security. Costs to be paid
Scash, and purchasers to pay extra for titles.
A."SIMKINS, c:z.s D.
January 10th, 1857. 4te 1
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
hs. Hole'Bill for Par.
Robt. Meriwether and others.)
Y Virtue of an order froth Chancellor Ward
law In this case, I will proceed to sell at Edge
ad Court Ihouse, on the first Monday in February
txt, the real estatc described in the bill, consist
"One Tract of Land .su Scott's Creek, waters of
wannah River, containing Two hundred and fifty
res, more or less, grante4 originally to Thomas
erivetet, dee'd., adj'olang'nds of the Estate
R.C.,4oties, Nrs. MA Wii ''~"an4 othiefs.
Tsag.-A erdfit of twelye 'rouths, efeep costa
hih meet be paid in peh Peheru givi g
uds with aniple seogrity and to pay eztra o
A. SIMKINS, 0.3R.t..
Jan 10, 1856, 4te
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B. J. Ryan,
Ca. tl~ Distress Warrant.
Y Virtue of the warrant in this ease, I will
[Proceed to sell at Edgefield Court Ihouse, on
turday the thirty-first inst., Printing Press, Type,
d other artiec usually kept in a Printing Office,
mehes, Tables, Unekets, 3 Chair sad Riddle.
Terms of sale, Cash. . .4
JAS. E!SN1.. . .