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FIRE DUGGIES' WRINiES
.AT COOT S
- EIGH & TUCKER, in order to REDUCE
.1. their Stock of Buggies and Carriages, and
to close the Partnership which expires by limitation
on the first February next, will sell their present
Stock of well built and beautiful 4
Carriages and Buggies at Cost,
FOR CASH, until that time. All who are in want
of Buggies or Carriages will do well to call, as we
are determined to sell LOW FOR CASH.
LEIGH & TUCIKER.
lhgefield, Jan 14,1857.
ALL Persons having demands against Leigh &
Tucker will please present them for adjust
ment. And all debts due by note or account must
be paid to save costs, and enable us to close up our
business in February. LEIGH k TUCKER.
Jan 14 3t,
To the Public,
T HE Subseriber takes thisopportunity to express
his sincere thanks to his friends for the very
liberal patronage he has received at their hands
during the past year.
'And intending to keep his Stock CONSTAYT
Ly REPLENISHED with a Fuil Supply
VERY BEST ARTICLES,
He will always be found ready and willing to serve
his customers, and will use every effort to give en
He wishes it to be distinctly understood that he
will jxpect and require all accounts to be punctually
paid when due, as the nature of his business will
require prompt payment.
Qi7 To those who wish to buy for cash liberal
discount will be made.
E. PENN, AGENT.
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
TDY consent of the parties in interest, will be
X> sold at public outcry at Edgefield C. H., on
Sales day in February next, the following likely
ANN,-Good oook, washer and ironer-and her
three children: Pies, about 7 years of age; Pat
about 3 years old, and Hlandy about 1 year old.
DENNIS-Good field hand and common shoe
SAVAGE-First rate field hand.
ELLEN-Plain cook and field hand.
EPHRAlI-Good carriage driver.
TERms.-A credit until the first day of January
1858, with interest from the day of sale. Purchasers
to give note with approved peronal sureties.
S. B. GRIFFIN,'AoZN-r.
Jan 14 3t I
T will oer for sale, all the Real Estate of John
Kirksey, dee'd., which has not been otherw;se
disposed of on Sale-day In February next, viz:
One lot of land known as the POTTERSVILLE
LOT, containine 441 acres, more or lees, adjoining
lands of F. W. Pickens.
One other lot in the Town of Edgefeld, contain
inr one acre, adjoining Agness Corley, Mrs. Bacon
One other tract or PINE' LTAND. containing 383
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of 1. W. Mil
ler. B. Bettis, and otflers.
The first and second Lots will be sold on one and
two years credit, with interest from day of sale, and
the Pine Lands will be sold on one, two and tfiree
years credit, with interest from day of sale. The
a ve lands can be treate d for privately between
this and then, if desired.
E. P. 11. KIRKSEY, Acting Ex'or.
- January11,I1857, ' 3t I
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facia to me
.Ldirected, 1 will proceed to) se'll at Edaenield
Court House, on the first Monday in February next.
the following prope'rty, in the following cases, to wit:
IHartford Stoddard vs Turner & Brother : John
A. Cook & Co. vs William J. Turner. A Tract of
L.and containing three hundred and ninety-nine
acres, more or less, boundedi by lands of Alfred
Hatcher, John Bauskett, Elizabeth Landrum and
Jackson lomes vs Mertel Bailey and W. P.
Doolittle, A Tract of Land containing two hnindred
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of W. B. Dorn
and others, levied on as the property of the defen
dant W. P. Doolittle.
W. W. Sale, Assignee, vs Rufus Holly ; Steed
man & Mims and others vs T'he Same, A tract of
Land containing one thousand acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of WVade Glover, D. J. Watker
Nicholas A. Peay vs Alexander Sharpton, A
Tract of Land containing eight hundred acres, mnore
or less, adjoining lands of G. W. Nixon and others.
A. M. lenson, hr., vs C. Riebter ; John 11.
Hughes, Endorsee, vs The Same, A lot of land at
Liberty 111ll, containing two acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Dr. John E. Lanier and oithers.
W. Rinehart vs Susan Buzzard, A Tract of Land
containing one hundred and ninety-six acres, ruore
or less, adjoining lands of James M. White, James
Cameron and others.
Benjmia Etheredge, Adm'r. and others, vs. G.
L. Butler, A tract of land containing eighty-six
acres, more or less, bounded by lands of A. L.
Dearing, William Etheredge and others.
B. C. Bryag vs Sarah Hancck, A Tract of Land
containing one hundred and twenty-five acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of S. Floyd, Benjamin
Thomas, Mary Hightower and others.
Thos. G. Lamar vs. W. C. Glover and Elizabeth
Clark, A Tract of Land containing twenty-two hun
dred aceres, more or less, adjoining lands of Wade
Glover, Jasper Ramsey and others. Levied upon
as the property of the Defendant Elizabeth S. Clark.
Samuel Brooks and others, vs. J. H1. Christian
and others, one House and Lot in the Village of
Edgefield, containing one' acre, more or less, ad
joiuing lands of John M. Witt and H1. Boulware.
Also, one other lot of land in the Village of Edge
field, known as the Brick Yard Lot, containing live
acres, more or less, adj'sininsg lands of John Colgan,
John Moioy, H1. T. Wright and others. This last
mewntio'ned lot will be sold in two lots, one lot con
tainin g two acres, more or less, and known as the
Coode lpt, the other lot containing three acres, more
or less. A description of the dividing line il be
designated on the day of sale. Levied upon as the
,yoperty of the Defendant,,J. 11. Christian.
STerms Cash. JAS. ElpSON, s.z.n.
Jan 12,1857, 4te 1
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Lewis Jones and others, Fr ia~et
G. D. Tillmamn.
B.'XY consent of the attacehingt Cre,1itors in the
..above eases, I will sell at Edgefield C. U1., on
the first Monday in February next, the following
propea ty atta-hsed in the above cases:
* JIM, CUPID AND MARY,
ONE LAW OFFICE AND LIBRARY.
TFeags-On a eredit of twelve months. The pro.
eeds of sale to be held subj, et to the lier., of the
attachments acc.ording to their priority. Purchasers
will be required to give notes with good security.
JAS. EIDSON, B.E D.
Jan 1'2, die
7-rn R EGIMENT, S. C. M.,
HIAinUaG, Jan. 12 1857.
*fN Obedience to nnl order from Gen. W EvI~n, an
.Election will be held at the Old Wells on WVed
neday, the 25th February next, for MAJOR
GSNEIR4.( First Djivision, S. C. M., to fill the
*h-anly o -easioned by the resignsation of Major
-Eieiit. '0o Siaaw andI Maj. L.oveless wi act as
Mspsera. ' S. UIAlIBISON,
- ' Col. 7th gegt:, S. C. M.
JunS14 AY I0
~TRAY El) from the Subscriber a frow weeks
Sbefore .Christmas, a LIaffT REp) COW,
with rather short horns. She has short legs and
heavy body--also, heavy with calf. I think she is
entirelv of one co.lor all over. I do. not recollect the
ear nuirkc, though she is marked. I rurchased her
of Mr. E. HI. Ckamberlain
Any information will be thankfully received, and
a liberal reward given for her delivery to me at
Edgefield C. II. -! T. WRIG HT.
Jan 14_______ 2 t
dated by th ubcier on esnbetrs
NEW STATE HOUSE.
Ogce of Commissioner of New
CoLU'BIA, January 8, 1857.
IN obedience to the resolutions of the General
Assembly, the Commissioner of the New State
House invites proposals for FURNISilNG AND
DRESSING TIlE STONE FOR THE BASE
BMENT STORY OF THE NEW STATE HOUSE,
according to the annexed list of stones and specifi
cations of dressing, &a. Bids will be received for
THE ROUGH STONE DELIVERED IN THE:
YARD and THE DRESSING, either separately i
or jointly. The contractor for the rough stone
will be required to take the Quarry Tools, Cranes
and Machinery already prepared, at a fair and rea
sonable price, and the contractor for'the dressing
will be required to pay a like price for the Cranes,
Cutting Sheds, Blacksmith Shop and Cutting Tools
upon the yard, a sechedule of all which, with the es
timated value, may be seen and examined in the
Architect's office. Approved security will be re
quired for the prompt and faithful performance of
the contract. Bidders must make their proposals in
-writing, stating the names of their sureties, seal,
endorse them " Proposals for Furnishing Stone,"
or 6 Proposals for Dressing Stone," or * Pro
posals for Furnishing and Dressing Stone,"
as the case may be, and leave them at the Com
missioner's office, on or before the 31st day of
January, instant, on which day the biddings will be c4
closed. 1 g
List of Stone required toflnish the Basement Story
and Portico Foundations. Tanuary 1,1857. i
NO. LENGTH. RISE. BED. j
4 7.8 2.11 3.0 1:
2 7-8 2.11 2.111 p
24 7.6 2.21 3.9 p
4 7.3 2.11 3.9
4 5.5 2.11 4.4
4 4.8 2.l1 3.4
4 6.6 2.11 3.4 n
2 6.7 2.11 3.0
2 4.3 2.1* 4.0 a'
2 4.0 2.11 2.4
2 4.3 2.11 2.6 I .l
2 4.2 2.11 3.4 3
8 7.6 2.1* 3.0 . t
4 7.3 2.11 3.0 W
4 7-.6 2.11 3.6 il
2 7.3 2.11 3.6 North and South
4 7.5 2.11 3.3 Portico Foundation
32 6.6 2.11 3.3
2 7.5 2.11 3.0 p
2 6.8 2.11 2.6 01
4 6.8 2.11 2.51 at
4 5.0 2.11 3.81 rt
4 4-6 2.11 2.9 -a
4 5.0 2.11 2.6 j
12 4.0 2.11 3.3 II
12 5.0 2.11 3.3 0
4 7.0 2.11 3.9 k
6 7.5 2.41 3.6
4 6.11 2.41 3.81 fr
11 7.5 2.41 3.3 al
4 6.6 2.9 3.81 pi
2 4.5 11.5 4.5 1,
32 1.10 11.5 1.10 Interior Pitrs and
2 5.6 1.8 5.6 Cols ,
32 2.10 1.8 2.10
5 6.7 2.9 3.1 1
4 4.0 2.9 6.0 A
4 6.31 2.0 6.31
3 2.11U 2.9 3.1
4 8.3' 2.9 3.10
3 7:5 9-16 2.9 3.1
15 7.8 2.9 3.1 51
3 10.41 2.9 3.1
2 9.71 2.9 31
2 4.01 2.9 7.31 W
4 5.1 0 29 8.0
16 67 1.9 2.4 w
4 2.3 1.9 3.6
4 3.5 3.31 4.0 si
4 581 1.9 3.0
4 7.01 1.9 2.4
4 6 61 1.6 2.4
4 7.8 1.9 3.1
2 4 3 15-16 1.9 5.101
14 2.41 1.9 3.6
2 4.0 7-16 1.9 2.4
11 4 6* 1.9 2.4
27 4.21 1.9 2.4
4 5.9 1.9 2.4
4 7.11 7-16 1.9 3.9 i
1 7.6 1.16 1.9 2.4
3 7.3 1.16 1.9 2.4 t
1 5.0 1.9 2.4
1 2.5 15.16 1.9 3.6 i
4 26 3.31 4.3
4 2.4* 11.6 1.9
4 1.9 12.0 1.0
4 4.6 3.31 5.3
4 4.6 12.0 3.6
8 6.7 1.11* 2.0
4 6.61 1.111 2.0J
16 6.71 1.111 2.0 C
3 6.7 1 61 2.0
4 5.3 e 1.61 2.0
4 2.81 1.61 8.21 p
4 6.31 1.61 4.6
4 8.71 1.61 2.9K
4 3.3 5-16 1.61 9.2
13 4.5* 1.61 2.0
4 1.11 3-16 1.61 3.2
26 2.11 1.61 3.2
4 2.11 1.61 3.0 1
41 5.41 161 3.0
24 2.91 1.3,1 2.101
17 2.3 1.31 2.101 t
4 2.10 1.111 2.5
193 2.4 3.3k e 10o i
13 3.11* 1.3r 1.9
23 4.2; 1.31 1.9
16 1.3'. -1.31 2.101
68 1.101 %.7 3.162.101
68 1.51. 3 91 2.101
34 1.7* 3.41 2.101
4 6.0 6.4: 2.5 -
2 5.5" 3.2. 4.2
15 3.3; i 3* 2.21
16 2.51 1.31 2.101
2 3.111 i.3[ 1.4*
61 4.21 1-8* 1.41
14 3.3* .8 1- 9
32 6.61 j.30 1.9
12 5.5 1.31 2.81
32 4.61 1.3* 1.41
24 7.7 1.31 1.9 ExeirWl.
8 2.81 1.3* 7.11
16 4 11 15.16 1.31 3.7k
24 2.3 7-16 1.31 2.101
20 4.11 7-16 1.31 3.71
20 2.8 1.3* 3.71
4 6.101 3.01 5.5
4 4.1 1.3* 5.5
4 7 05 j.3* 3.7*
8 1.3 5-16 1.31 2.1011
4 5.8* 1.31 5.5a
8 3.6* 1.3* 2.2
4 4.4* 1.3* 5.5
8 2.4 15.26 1.3* 2.101
4 581 1-3* 4.8
8 3.6* 1-3* 1.9
40 2.51 1-3* 2.101
1 3.0 5-16 1.3* 1.9
18 3.2* 1.3* 1.9
23 4.0 7.16 1.2* 2.91
49 2.4 s 1.31 3.7
10 4.0 7.16 1.3* 1.41
2 4.21' 1.31 1.8r
3 1.101 1.3* 2.3
18 2.4 1.31 7.6f
8 5.81 1.3* 1.9
69 .11 1.31 1.9
20 6.71 1.3* 1.41
20 1.101 1.3* 2.101
15 1.31 1.3* 2.101
3 3.0 5-16 1.3* 2.9
29 3.2) 1.3* 2.2
4 2.81 1.3* 5.5
2 5.2 15.16 1.31 1.4*
1 4.11 5-16 1.31 1.41
5 5.0 1.3f 1.4*
8 4.11 15-16 .3* 2.4
12 2.3 1.31 2.11
6 4.6 1.3* 5.3
6 2.6 1.3* 2.101
6 4.11 15.16 1.3* 1.9
8 2.6 2.7* 5.3
8 4.6 2.7* 5.3
2 2.4 15.16 1.3* 3.3
3 2.6 1.5* 3.3
2 .5 15.16 1.31 2.4b
4 3.0 1.01 4.0
6 6.6 1.11 2.6 S
4 3.6 1.01 4.0
4 3.3 11-16 2.7) 5.3
4 33 11.16 3.5: '.9
4 61 -- f7 5.3
4 .1i 3.5 1'.9
3.1 13-16 1.31 2.2
2 2.7* 1.31 1.104
4 2.6 2. - 1.9
g 6 1. 20 2.f4
6 8 . & .1,
4 3.41 2.6 1.9~i~
I4 2.6' 1.3* 2.(1
[4 .215.16 1.9* 7.0
4 4.21P-16 1.9k 7.9
46 661 1.91 7.
4 3.11 13-16 '9* 79
4 - 5. .91 7.9
4 2.5 15-18 1.9* 7.9
12 53 1.91 8.0
J ~ i
2 41) .4 .7 Interior PirBand
3.7 2. 3 CaBops. t
s 6.2 .4 t.
2 4.6 1.8 3.0
2 6.0 1.8 3.0
2 5.0 1.8 3.6
2 5.0 1.8 2 I
2 5.0 .8 4.6
1 4.3 .8 3.6
12 6.6 1.8 3.6 Terrace Foundation
2 8.0 1.8 2.6
4 4.6 1.8 4.41
4 4.41 1.8 3.6
2 7.0 1.8 3.6
12 7.0 1.8 3.3
28 9.0 2.01 2.5 -
4 4.2 2.01 3.10
4 4.4 2.0 3.10
4 6.0 0.111 3.2
4 7.31 2.01 7.31
8 5.8i 2.01 7.41 Cornice 609 f.1 i.
4 5.4 2.01 8.11 * run.
4 9.21 2.0 8.81
16 6.4 2.01 3.10
4 10.111 2.01 4.7*
pecification of Cut Granite-Work
and Masonry. Wanted, to Con
plete the Foundation and Base
mnent of the New State House at
Columbia, S. C..
Masonry of Foundation Piers for the Porticos.
This part of the work consists of the two upper
urses of the portico foundations, containing altob
:ther 233 stones, of such dimensions as shown in
e annexed listi the stone for it to be sound gran
, free of sap and seams, to be worked to the re
ired dimensions, pin-hannere i on their inside
ints, beds and builds, dnd pointed off square on
air outer faces. The bids for this work to be made
r perch of 25 cubic feet, for foundation piers of
2. Finished Granite Work for the Basement.
The whole of the exterior facing, piers and cor
ces of basement, consists. as per annexed list, of
658 stones, arranged in headers and stretchers,
d of such finished dimensions as thereby shown
said list. Also for the interior, 2 square piers,
1 Dorie fluted columns, of 24 inches diameter at
e base, and 34 Doric caps for the sam'e; all of
hich must be worked fine and true, as per draw
gs and details, in the best manner. The exterior
ing, or ashlar of the basement, must be worked
)r the wines of the building anti the sides of the
rticos) with fine cut beveled, or rustic joints, and
e inch fine cut margin around the face of each
mue; the remainder of the face to be with inclined
tic striping, as per samples on the yard. All the
ring under the porticos to be cut fine, with flush
ints, in the best manner, as well as the reveals, or
turns, to all the windows and doors, as per sample
the yard. The beds, builds and joints to be all
pt full, and to be well hammered clear back; the
t edge returns worked back fine, for 3 inches
I around, and the end backed ofI square to the
'oper diniensions of cach stone, all as per sample
All the aforesaid cut stone-work must be of the
'st qimlity of granite, free from all defects, such
iroin, veins, seams, sap, &c., and tf uniform color,
d to conform with the sample exhibited in the of
, and lahe!ed " Granby."
The finished work to be stacked, or deposited on
vartr. at such ilaces and in such assorted quanti
sear the building as may be desiginated ty the
chitect ; and all of the work and material shall
subject to the inspection and approval of the
rehiteet. The decision of the Commissioner to
The bids for the rough -granite alone, telivei ed at
e yard, may be separate from the cutting. and
ould be per cubie fioot; the measurenitat ?(o be
ken by the actual sizes of the finished stone realy
be set. The method of measuring fnished wurk
11 he the Following, and the bids should correspond
th it, and be given per squ.are foot:
1. Per square foot of face, of striped work, inclu
-c of the beveled rustic joints and fine cut draft
&' Per.square foot of b'eds, builds and jaints,
irked as before specified. 3 inches fitne on thte
gc, and thte rest pin-hammered.
. Per squatre foot of tine cut face-work.
4. Per squ~fre foot of baceking off.
5. Per square font of cornice, as per drawing,
nsuring girt and length.
6. Per piece of lDorie column, shtafts, caps and
t5, finlished as per drawing..
Fr all these mcasu:emnents, the actual siz..s of
e finished stone, with their given dimensions, will
taken. .lA31Es .I0NES.
Commissioner New State Ilouse.
January 14, 1857. 3t I
TR ACT of LAND in Deech Island, S. C.
formterly owned by Wiley Glover, dceaved,
utttinng aubout twentty-two hutndred acres. IlTree
andred antd fifty cleared and in a good state of cul
attin. Trhe balance is admutirably wi.oded, miostly
e for sawing, and still much in its prilmitiveI
tre. 'The.-e is a (Irst sate SAW atod GIt|ST
IL L on a never-tailing stream, convenient to A u
ista and the Savatnnah River. 'i lhe toll of the
ist Mill will pay~ a hiandamie itnterest on the in
stiet, as it is no~w ding the largest business in
i nghbrhtood. Conve~.nientt to the Alill, &c., is a
aciua and well intproved 31ltmsion, with out build
s, Buarns, &c.
Ahogeter, it is the most desirable property of
.e kind in the IDistrict, and well w.-rthy the atten
n of any one desiring an in~veatmaent.
Ters will be h'aeralI.
E LIZAlBETil 8. CL.\RK.
Uceht Island, S. C., Dec. 31,~ 1856, tf 51
N. .-if not dlisposed of privately, it will be sold
the pretnises Ott the 12th day of February ntext.
E. S. C.
Sate of South Carolina,
IN C03MMON I'LE A*.
Jamues M. Rlichardson,
vs. . Attachmnent.
.Jates M. Richardson, ~Atca~,I
PhD Plaintiff in the above cases having this day
L fil ed his deolaration in my Officee, and the De.
ndnnt having neither wife nor Attorney knowtn to
side within the imits of this State, on whom copies
said Declarations with rules to plead can be
*rved On motion of Mlessrs. Spatmn & Magrath,
aintiff's Attorneys, Ordered that said Defendant
pear and plead to said D.eclarations within a year
id a day from the date hereol, or final and absolute
tdgeet will be given against him.
TIlOS. G. BA CON, c. e. E. D.
Clerk's Office. Mar 6. 1855. lyq 8
LL Persons indebted to the estate of Jesse
Lilieker, dee'd., are earnaestly rcquested to
take immeiate paymenit, and those havitng de
aads against the said Estate, will present them
roperly uttested. G. W. LAND1RUM,
A~im'or. de bonis non.
Atg27 tf - ____3
PA IR of first rate Carriaige hlORSES, work
-1 well in double or single hiaruess. Also, one
'uke of Oxen and otto gnod Rnd Wago,-all of
hich will lie sl lux ifor cash.
L. S. JOTINSON.
an 4 ___ f 1~
SLL Persons Indebted tiotme indlividually by
note or account, must pay them. Longer in
algence is out of thte question, and will not be giv
W. P. BUTLER.
an 14 St 1
'' TE RUBICON IS CROSSE~D!"
ND all persons indebted to mec are notified
.that a rare opportunity is now onffered them to
y costs by settling thieir indebtedntess prior to
ern lay. This is the last cAll."
During tmy abisence fruit thi State, Mr. S. F.
o'od'e is authoriz~ed to act as moy Agent, and will
tnd to the settling of all Noties andi A ccounts mage
e.. S. 11. SULLIVAN.
Jan 1 -; 31" 1
Y rickylr dAdounts aie in the lhands of
K'IT LT. yrighit, Esq., for cojllection. 1imise
)tl$.4 will please gall 'tun hiti and setlte, a I
t luy mottey to carry on thte bjhemes.
"A. S I.\lINS.
Tan 14 3$ I
ALL Persons Indebt,.d to Mrs. R. .Ultilock can
I.settle with me at my house until the 10th of
eutary. Anter thmut time with my attorney. Also,
tome indebted to tmyself. P. RL. JIL ALOCK,
Jan 11 5t 1
Cloaks and Taluzas.
SROOM & NORRELL have receirdj a few
maore hanndsomte CLOAKS anii 'tALMAS
a a eatra rich, whielt theytwilysell lpW.* '
...smgta, .nnla nen 16'185 ' t f 45
8TOCKOF GOODS AT COST!
T IE Subscriber wishing to close his business n
speedily as possible will, on the first day o
January next, CfLOSE IS BOOKS, and on and
after that date, offer his extensive Stock at Goods,
AT COSTFOR CASH,
A'large portion of the Stock will be offered al
M=Mgag U=MUM @5M20.
On heavyl and strictly Staple articles the expense o
transportation will be added.
0- Famiilies wishing to obtain supplies will find
a peneral assortment. and Country Merchants may
obtain many articles from the Stock at prices helow
the present market value.
Dec 23 tf 50
T I'E Undersigned having purelmsed the large
and commodious House occupied for several
years by Mr. Chas. Compty, as a Hotel, but recently
by Maj. G. A. Aiddison as a Dwelling, respe#etfully
announces to his old patrons and frieinds that he
will open said House in a few days for the accoma
modation of all who may favor him with their com
pany. His Ilotel is privately but still conveniently
located, which makes it very-desirable for a board
Ile promises to use every exertion to please, and
having hal considerable experience in the Hotel
business feels confident that he will render complete
satisfaction to the public generally.
lIe has procured the services of No. I Cooks,
and will constantly keep his table ladend with the
best that can be had. Mrs. C. will also give her
personal attention to the culinary department, in
having every article properly prepared.
Inis ROOMS will be completely furnished, and
care taken to keep them so.
His STA 1LES will also receive the careful atten
tion of n experienced Ostler, and be plentifully
provided with the best of provender.
Ile hopes by giving strict attention to business
and endeavoring to gratify the wants of every one,
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronagf.
Dec 30 tf. 51
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
W E WO ULD inform the citizens of Edgefield
and the adjoining Districts that our con
stantly increasing business has compelled our re
noval from "3 BJIOA D STREET," to the mag
ficent and spacious BROWN STONE BUILDING,
9 'E3 C.A-D ST "LEEET.
NEW D)EPOT," are unsurpas.-d by any similar
establishmnt in the IJniitedl States; and whilst it
will aflord facilities for keeping gur usual LJARGE
MISCE L LANE OUS BOOKS,
ClUEAP PUBUICATIONS, &C.,
We alh'o propose addalng large targely to our present
STCK of ST ATION ERY :Atid those in watnt of
LEDGERS JOURNALS, CASH BOOKS,
LETTE [1, NOTE AND CAP PAPER, &e., &c.
will find ittin their adivantare to visit us.
S.GO. COUR TE3VAY & CO.,
" Sign oJ' thee News ]Boy."
Carle-ico.. Deoc 10 - m 49
IRION AND BRISS FOUNDRtY,
H IG HIT & MjACMURjiPHY, continuC
the above business, in all its branches, at the
A MEICA N FOUtND)IY, and will be thankful
fur or!ers fo'r all kindls
IRON ANP CR ASS CUTTINGS,
Fr God Mlines, Mills, Rail Ro'ads, llridges, aind
Machinery of all Descriptions.
A ugusta, Dee 30 6m 51
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Brand4 Street, Asugssta, Ga.
J OIN & TilO3AS A. BONES, invite the at
tention oef the Planters of S.;uth Cariolina, tin
their stoeck oef Swedest 110on imiported by thenm
direct from Sweden-A LSO~reflned English and
Sheet Iron SMill Irons, Lead, Copper, Zine, Carpen
ters anid Smiths Tools, Cast, Blister and Plow Stell,
Trrace, Wagon, Log and Coil Chains, Iron Axels,
los, Ihnnes, A xes, Nails pn4 a full a'-sortmnent o1
Aso-A large assortment of the most approved
sui. h as Seltf-sharpeniing Sm:aw COvters. Corn Shel
lrs, Wheait Fans. Plows, llarrows, Ox Yokes. &c.
And the largest and best assortment of Rodgers &
Suns CUT'ILERY, ever on'ered in this Miirket.
Agsta, Dec. 2, I1850, tf 47
WM. 0. ?iGE& 0n
DRAPERfS AND TAILORS,
A re now WEL L SUPPLIED with a ehoick stuck ol
Cloths, Cassimneres, Vestings,
An all other Goods for Winter wvear, imported
by trseles. (Genth men leaving orders for any
article of Clothing may be astured of getting FIN E
aid GOQI) GOulDS, and made tup in good iind
iM. 0. PRICE & CO.,.
Drapers and Trailurs.
A ugusta, Oct 28 tf -42_
NOTICE POS TR'E.
LT: tho::2 indebted to T. F. Coleman, R. hl.
t Surrv&%. Turner, will do well to comee
forwarl and'make payment by Return day, as longer
indulgeiee cannot nor will not be given. Those
who wish to save costs ms Pay proper attention
to this Totc. -5
lan 7 ___t __52__
A New~ Year at flai!
T1~n1 season has again :anived when every one
. oxpecied to settle up all arrears. - I therefore
give tinely warning to all indebted to me, either by
rote or open ticounit to come forward and settle
'tyihtout delay, as'lddo tiot intetid tn be ridinir or
sendig an agahnt all over the couatry, and patying
shigi per cent for en lectinig. I now wanit my tmonecy
td must have It. No excuse fur had cr'ops.
ggYou can settl~ wvith moe until the first Feb.
rary, arter that time with miy Attorney.
Dec 24 Ct _____ 50
Convenient arnd Safei.
I llAVlt just received a fina lot 0!tlebell's
new p!,i1 isueniggs fo? Widnd -Shutteis aind
iii. Tv 1.. are' at conveinienlt and se-cure Faa
tene; and bntnot be opened from, the outside.
- -- -W, S. PALM5Rl,
N-or. tf 48
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
EXERCISES RESUMED ON MONDAY, FIFTH JANUARY.
N EW SESSION will commence March Ist.
1 The present is however a good time to enter
pupils, as new elasses will be formed ,And those
who commence are charged but from the time of
entrance. There will be no other vacation until
August. CHAS. A. RAYMOND, PaRIx.
Jan 5 tf 52
Masonic Female College,
Cokesbury, S. C.
THE Exercises in this College will be resumed
..E..thdrst School day in February.
For information as to Terms, Catalogues, &c.,
Address, F. F. GARY, See'ry.
Cokesbury, Dec 22, Gt 50
p LEASANTLY located two miles West of Kirk
sey's X Roads, and near the Residences of
Dr. E. Andrews and Elbert Devore, Esq., Edge
field District, S. C. Scholastic year divided into
two Sessions of five months each ; the Spring Term
will commenne the SECON ) h1ONDAY in Janu
Miss C. E. WEEKS, PRINCIPAL
MR. T. P. MOSES, TEACUEIL OF M'sic.
The Trustees take pleasure in announcing that
they have secured the valuable services of the above
named instructors for the ensuing year. '
Miss WF.EKs has the highest qualifications as
Teacher of the usual English Branches, the higher.
Mathematics, French and Embroidery, &e.,-has
been in this department for several years, and pro
ved every way worthy of our unqualified apprbba
Mr. MosEs, from the New England States, is a
gentleman of high accomplishments and moral
worth, one of the most experienced and successful
Teachers of Vocal Music, Organ, Piano, Flute, &c.
and also, of Sketching and Painting in Crayons and
Oil Colors; has yielded to earnest solicitations o
the Trustees to remain another year in this Depart
ment of tle above named Institution. While the
rates of Tuition are less than perhaps at any other
School of the kind in the State, the Trustess confi
dently recommend the instruction as above to be
equal to the best.
Payments at the close of each Session. Board in
the neighborhood of the School, from 7 to 8 dollars
E Aadress either of the Trustees, Kirksy's X
Roads, Edgefield District, S. C.
Dr. E. ANDREws,
JOSHUA llAtUs, }- Directors.
S. TALX.AKt, I
SA1m.!EL STEVENs. )
January 7th, 1857, tf 52
W H invite the attention of the public to the fol
lowing arrangemenits for the ensuing year:
Thew Male Acadenly
Will continu-- under the control of Mr. J A MES L.
LESLY. whise long e.perience nnA untiring efforts
for the nd vancement of his pupils ought to coninmand
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Session.................$20.00
The Female Acadeany,
In which small Boys will be ndnitted. will be con
ducted by Mr. J. II. MOfRIS, wth eompeteut
This gentleman has had six or eight years expe
rience in teaching, lmas alvavs given entire satisfac
tion, and froma his acknowlelged ability and energy,
ie deserves the htronnue of the public. The
Trustees at Cross IIill. where he has been teaching
--all gentleinen of intelligence-recomnmend hiim ns
bremientyr-lfe to give. instruction in all the
brnhsif a tho'rough eduention." We 'nny addl
that Mir. Learts fully endorses this favorable opi;
. ETRH'. oF TrtiToN PER sEssioN.
First Clnes, Primary Department..........00
Seconid " Ordinary Englhish Branchtes..12.00
Third "' lligher ~ " " ...15.00
Fourtht " Groek, Latin and French...18.00
The Scholastic year will be divided into twvo ses
sions of live mionthms ech. Pupils will be charged
from the time of entering to the end of the session.
Trl.e exercises Vi ill commence on the first Mlonday
Board enn be~had ini the village at from $8 to $10
8i. P. GETPZEN, I
A. J. IIAMIMON'D, :
S. Iy. GIARlINER, ' A
. J. C. PORTER. I
A. P. BUTLER, I?
. H. A. SIHAW,.
r 31iE exercises if this A cademy will be resumed
.-on the third Mlonday, 19th Ja~nua:y 1857. un
der the control ,ad instruction of Mr. Geo.Gailphin.
JRates of Tuition.
Cassien1l Departament per Session of 5 months $ 15.00
First Class, English, " " " " 10.0(0
Second " " " "i " - .
nidental charge, " 0- " 1,.00.
These argi t', regutar charges. p~ayaLble at the end
of enen Session,. An additional charge of 25 per
cent will he made nuniint pupils entering for less
than a Session. No deduction for abesnae unless
cutsed by pro t racted siekneisa.
Strict compli:tm;- with the rules or discipline and
close app~lica''ion to their studlies by the studlent.,
with thioroug~h drilling anmd systematic instruction by
the trencher, will enable us, we conlidenmtly expect, to
give saitisfaction to all who may fazvir ns with their
patronage. W. I IA RhRUSON, Paras's-r. i. T.
G. J1.SurPPA RD,)
JT. 1E. T.Ewvis,
HI. EnD-AnnDa, - Trustees.
W. T. M Es-r,
/ A . TI. TRaYIR*n,J
Dec.'2, 1850, ~ 7t 47
The Grenville Baptist
F E MA LE COL L E GE,
r P[ilS INSTITUTION, estabished by TnE 13..P
-r 1is-r S-rA-rE Coxvs-riex or Sorrri Caous..
and undler thne control of the Iloardl of Trustees ot
the Furman Universily, will rcs.me ite FExercises on
the FIRST WEDN.SAY IN F.EBIUJARY
NEXT, wjih the following
Rlev. 11. A. DUNCAN, President an~d Prop's
aor of Menial and Moral Seed aind History.
C. R. TWITTY, Professor of Xa~thematics, thec
Physical Sciees, and A nct Languages.
Rev. M. W. SA.\lS, rofessor~ of Logic and
E. B. BACON. Professor of Jinsic.
Mrs. M. A. RlI ,Principal Instructr~ess in~ the
Miss JT. C AMB R ON, Associate InstructresJ in
te En'glisi 1Department. _____
RATES OF TUITION
PER HALF TERM OF FINE MONTIIS,
Payable Incariaubly in Advance.
E XT RA.S ,
Piano, including use of inairument.. .... ..25.00
Guitar. ..... ........ ........ ... ..15.00
Ancient LUmguages, (each.).............12,50
Modern " ........... 20.00
iDrawing and Painting................,.1,00
Boanrd cnn lie obtained in the College Buildhings,
or in their mviinity, for .(10 per month, payable in
Further information may ho obtained on appilica
tion to anmy omember of tho Faculty, or of the follow
g Eseoutive Committee.
C. J. ELFORD, Esqg Prof. C. H. JLuDsoN,
Rev. R. FUnMAN, T. B. RonSars5,
Prof. P. C. Eowav~nos, P. E. Desxca.u
Cl. T. P. Unuceitus, Prof. J1. P. IsoycE,
January 9:hi 1S57, St 52
- Teacher Wanted
r 0 take charge of ta Z.Moot at iortn's Creek
I. ;,;,-'ouse'. Ko'nt need apply het those
nont ,.jf'-course, be inaster of the'Ancient agd Madt
erw anguges.Ton atuitrghip r'es.1i, gouod wages
-- 'WASH. WISE, Trse.
No.5J. HI. FA[R, Tr5es
OPENING OF NEW GOODS AT
BLAlNlD & BUTLER'S!
W E are now receiving and have opened, and
ready for inspection and sale,a large por
tion of our N E W FA LL and W IN TER STOCK.
In a few' days more we shall be prepared to
show our friends and patrons the
Nost Extensive and Varied Stock o
Ever brought to Edgefield; and those who may
buy of us, may rely on having good Goods at the
LOWEST PRICES at which they can be sold.
We desire particularly to call the attention of the
Ladies to our
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Comprising the most elegant SILK ROBES of
the richest designs and most magnificent Goods ever
brought to this market. Also, other Dress SILKS,
Black and Colored, of every style;
,ieh French Printed DeLains; Ettgenia Robes;
Poplins; French and English Marinoet;
Solid Colored DeLaines, bright colors;
Also, in bright colors and small figures all wool
DeLaines, suitable for Children's wear, together
with a large assortnent of
FRENCHJ'ENGLISH & AMERICAN PRINTS.
We have also, Elastic and Patent Leather Belts,
in great varity ; Corsets; Elastics; Head Dresses;
Laces,,&c. Ladies, come und see them.
To the Planter
We can offer 'a superb assnrtment, of HEAVY
GOODS, such as KERSEYS. BLANKETS,
BROGANS, <fc., with a good assortment of ma
terials for their own and Boys wear, with
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c.,
To all of which we respectfully invite the inspection
and attention of the trading community.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield C. H., Oct 1, tf 38
H AS received from New York his Fall and
Winter supplies of Staple and Fancy DRY
GOODS, among which are
Rich Printed DELAINS,of the latest Parisstyles;
Plain French and Praid NERINOS:
Plain White and Black French JIERINOS, of
Fancy Dress SILKS, of beautiful styles;
Superior Plain Black SILKS,at very low prices;
B!ack Silk VEL VETS, of extra width and quali
ty, for Ladies' Basques:
Real Welsh FLANNELS, warranted not to
Ileavy Shaker, Silk Warp, and Patent PLAN
Red FLANNELS, sonie at very low prices, fur
Mlarseilles, Allendale and Lancaster QUILTS;
Superior 4-4, 5-4 nd 6-4 Furniture DIMITIES;
Ladie. Ebinreiered and Hem-stitched Linen
LAid ieN' t'nibr.mlered M|uslin COLIARS and
UNDERSLEE'ES. in set's:
Superior Damask DIM PERS, TABLE CLOTHS
Superior 4-4 irish LINENSand LONG LA WNS;
12-4 Linen LIIEETINOS and Pillow Case LIN
12-4 Bien(-liehi Allenlale SIJEETINGS and Pil
low Case COITONS;
7-8 and 4-4 Breached SHIRTINGS, of the
most approved styles;
A large supply of English and American PRINTS;
A complete assortment of Ladies' G
Alisses and Youth's IIOSIER Y;
A full supply of articles for Servants' wear ;
Avith abmnost every article required for Family
and Plantation use, and which wrill be sold at very
The public arc respectfully requested to examine
A ugusta, Dee. 1 6 tf 49
Negro Cloths and Blankets,
W ILLIAY SHEAR has received q
large supply of NEGRO CLOTHS !~
Also, Superior Whitney Bed BL AN~KETS, al
of which~ will be sold at very low prices.
A ugusta, Dec. 16 tf -49
W IL LIA M1 SH EAR has received from
New York. Ladeis' Slate Colored. Whale
bone and Wandded SKIR TS, or the most approved
Also, Misses' WIIALEBONE SKIRTS.
A ugusta, Dcc. 16 tf 49
Land for Bale,
Tf LIE subseiher otfers for sale a Tract of Land in
L Edketield District, Iyingj on Cufr'ee Town
Cret k, in the vicinity of Liberty liill, and containing
fiix itasuadred''(600) Acres.
It is of Oak and hliekory growth, aind as fine farm
ing hand as any in the D.istrict. Indeed it is extra.
tine for Cotton. as nil who know it must and will ad
mit. Near FOUR 1UTND>RED) ACRES of the
~Trnet is in woods. The hand in cultivation is in good
heart. The pilace is well watered, having upon it a
lasting spring. The budldings upon the place are
onh~ tolerable, but the lhmd makes amernds for all.
TIhose desiring to purchase the plaic, had better
decide quick, as the subscriber is just now anxious
to sell. J ULIUS BANKS.
Dec. 9, 1856, tf - 48
ALL persons concerned will take notice that I
have appointed Guy Broadwater my agent
aiid Attorney to represent me in the collecetion of
thei debts dlue to the Estate of Randal Delauhter
deceased, and in a!l other duties devedleiig upon me
1A RY .DE LA UGIITER, Adm'ix.
Dec. 1 ? tf 49
WV E. the Undersigned, havIng been appointed
Agents for the sale of Kettleweils' Com
pounds of GUfANO and SALTS, have now en
hand a lawrg.. supply whiceh we are prepared to sell
to Planters on the most favornble terms for eah.
Alseo. Peruvian G U ANO. Lanel Plaster Reneeva
ter LI.\lE. SIDLEY & USH ER.
Ilamiburg, Dec 10 3m 48
, LL persons indebted to, the Este af George
ti. Getz.:n, D~eceaised, are requested to make pay
ment before March Coturt, or they will find their
notes in, the hands of an A tteorney ; and those hav
ing demands against the same will present them, as
I am determined to settle up thu Estate without
delay. S. P. G ETZEN, Adpi'r.
Dec. 3, 1856, .tf 57
ALL per.sons having e'aims against the Estate
a of --nsel Wells, deo'd. are requested to ren
der thtemi in its early as possible, and those in any.
wid indebted to said Estate, must settle the same
by Return day. lieware, all ye who are opposed to
contributing your Dollars and dimes to the support
of the Sheriff and other public officers.
CHESLEY WELLS, Adm'r.
January 7th 1857, ____3t* 52
IS hereby given to the creditors of the Estate of
G. 1'.Rieams, dee'd. to present their el~eims in
the Ordinary's Oflice at Edgetield, C. 1IL, on Tues
damy the 3d daty of' February next, as I expect to
make a final settlement otn the Real Estate of said
deceased, on that day.
E. TIOLLOWAY, Adm'r.
Jan. 5tht 1857, 3t* 52
4LL4 perscons having demands against the Es
L.tate of Elijnh Langley. dee'd. are repqsted to.
present them to the undlersigned eoperly~ attested
on or before the 194, ny o'. A pii niet, or their
said el&!;,s wils be excluded..
TillOfDORE FISITER. } Adss'r
IlEZEKIAUII UV R.NE . i s
Jamn. 5th 1857, Sia52
paraishi Jack, Don Lopez.
ALIL persons who have aiven their notes to us
otn account of our ,1A CK. are requested to at
tentd to the same without delay. Those who owe
accounts will also attend to the same.
Nov.G. D. &R. T. M138.
. AMERIGiN HdTELl
ULIOENTR STREBT,an HAURr Sl-.
0. P. R. SCOTT & CO. Prrietors
March 12, 1856. fly 9
P LAN T aRS' H 0-TELI
TH IE Subscriber having become sole proprietor'
I of this well-known House, respectfully in
forms the citizens of Edgefield and adjoining Dis
tricts, that he will now use his utmost endeavors to
eive UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. He in
tends in a short time to make considerable improve
ments to the House and Stables, in order to accom
date all who may favor him with their patronage.
IIis TA BLE henceforth shall. be constantly sup
plied with the beet that can be had,.and served up
in a style that must please. It will, in short, be his
sole purpose to feed the hungry and satisfy the
cravings of the thirsty, and for this purpose ample
arrangements have been made.
W Attentive Servants and good Osters will
ever be in attendance.
Thankful for the generous patronage he has re
ceived, he hopes by strict attention, tu merit liberal
encouragement in the future.
B. J. RYAN.
Nov 26 tf 46
DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY.
JA MES HENEY is now opening, in the store
f'rmerly occupied by J. K. Bancroft, (opposite
to Clark & Co.'s Jewelry Store,) a choice assort
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
selected from the best stocks of the New'York mar
ket, to an examination of which he respectfully in
vites his friends and the public generally. Uehav-'
ing pvaid particular attention to the se.ection of
Dress Goods and Embroideries,
persons who may be ple'ased to favor him with a
call. may be sure of having the newest styles. His
stock comprises the following articles:
Rich DRESS SILKS;
Plain and Printed DeLaines; -
Lupin's French Merinoes;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinoes;
Laiinis bl'k Bombaz'oes;
A superior quality or black Silk;
English'and American Prints;
Lupin's Alpacas, of superior texture;
Real Welsh Flannels;
Plain Red " 'b
Silk Warp "
Irish Linens and Long Liwns;
, Scotch and Russia Diapers;
luckabacks, for Towelling;
8.4 and 10-4 Table Linens;
Damask i1apkins i
Snparior Pillow-case Linens;
Allendale, Lancaster and Marseilles Quilts;
A larue assmrtment of Ribbons;
Silk Belts and Belt Ribbons;
AIexander's Kid and Silk Gloves; -
Ladies' and Gent's Merino, Silk and Casmere
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Hosiery;
A large assortment of Dress Trimmings;
Laces, of all qualities;
11em-Stitched, Bordered and Emb'd Handker
Mourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets;
Nlistes Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in setts ;
Embroidered Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in
Infant's Embroidered Waistaand Dresses;
Swiss and Jaconet Bands;
" "6 Edgiogs and Insertings;
Whalebone Skelleton Skirts;
Embroidered and Eugenie Skirts;
Blenched and Brown Allendale and Georgia
Ladies' Shawls, Black and Colored
Chenile and Broebe S-nsrfs;
Some beautiful Stella Shawls ;.
Cloaks, of the various styles now worn;
Pantaloon Stuffa. Umbrellas ;
And many oth desirable goods too numerous to
To wvhich is added Mrs. Heney's beautiful supply
of Millitiery Goods. '
Mlrs.e.lleney desires her old friends and the pub-,
er'ally, to examine her stook, seshe has a
or one to any she ever had.
Augusta, Nov. 18 1856. tf '.45.
LALLERSTEDT & DlEEING,
Oy &Ib4e If Of e0I, Thigiig, e.,
H AVE now on h~and the largest Stock of Ne.
gro or Plejntatioun Goods ever
ofiered in this City, consisting in part of the
White Miacinaw 9-4 BL ANKETS, at as low pri
ces as the Blue Blankets, and far heavier.
They are the only House wlar have Georgia
Schley's best G EORGIA PL AINS, " all wool fill
ing." Other brands of Kerseys also on hand.
LINSEYS, ON A BU RGS, S T R IPES and
.JEANES of every variety. Those visiting our
City would do well to examine our Stock before pur
chasing elsewhere-A mong their
Black Gro dc Rhine SILKS ;
Fancy Brocade and Striped Pou de Soir' SILK,
varying from 621 ets to $5 per yard ;
Every variety Paris Printed ialousli. DeLains;
CALICOES, large assortment and varied in
Embroideries of every description;
hosiery " "
Shaw ls " "
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmings;
0 " " Flouncings;
Hoops, Mohair, Cohores and Corded Skirts ;
CRENOLIN E or Sardinia SKIRTING, the la
test and most desirable article for Ladies Skirting,
two yards wide;
Cluth and Velvet CLOAKS and TALMAS;
Brown and Blleached Hiomespuns, with a large
atortmntt of' Casaimeres, Sattinetts, ,lsnes, &o.,
fur Mlen's wear ;
Linen Lawns, Diapers, Damasks, Sheeting, &c.,
Wit hi every variety of Goods suitable to the season,
to- which they invite the attention of all visiting our
g" Orders carefully and punctually attended to.
Auneusta. Oct 210 tf 41
T OLLED beroro ine as an Estray by John Tur
ner, one SOR REL L lORSE, fourteen hands
and one inch high, blaze fac, flax main and tail, left
eye out, and supposedl to be about twenty years old,
appraised at twenty d' llars. The said horse will be
tound at .Jlhn K. A buey's, living about twenty-two
miles Notht of Edgefield Court House, on the An..
LEWIS CULBUREATHI, M.E.D.
Dec. 1, 1856, Im4m 47
A Fine Horse for Sal1e.
I WILL sell thc fine thorough
bred STALLION HENRY '
at Edge'field C. HI., on sale day
e in February next, to the highest
bidder, on a eredtt until first January 1858, with
inteesst fronm date. A note with good security will
I1 ENRY is sold for division as he is owned by a
firm. hlenry was by Imported Glenco. His dam by
Mledoc. His pediigree is unquestionable and will be
given in full lo the purchaser, lie is fifteen hands
and an inch high, lHe is the Stallion that took first
premium at our Stat. Fair in Co.lumnbia in Novemn
ber last. lie will be at Edgefield C. H. sale day
in .lanuary. TIIOS. G. BACON.
Dec 24 - 6:t5
A LL pros jndehted to the Estate of William
S. Snlydec'd- arc hereby notified to make
paynta b~y the 13th February next, otherwise
jdeli notes and accounts will be placed in the hands
of an A torney tor collection. This annoneement
is deem~ed uoletnt to all who wish to save cost.
Thtose having demands will please render them In.- .
soon, or their claims will be refu'.ed'.
J. C. SMYLEY, Adm't.'
JTanary 7th 1857, 3t* 52'
1Money, Miomey, M~onsey.
WMTS& ilESfurnished during the .
once, I am not able to p'y the niaal .er' cent
caragd for collecting, snd therefore make .this..
earnst request. BERRYMAN KEMP.
nec 2 l06O1r .6a - 1.