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MESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors.
" r.at idle Ambition her hanbles nrtane.,
Nhile Wisdom looks down with disdain,
The home of the farmer has charms ever new,
Whsre health, peace and competence reign."
CULTURE OF INDIAN CORN.
A'mnng the cereals, or grain-producing
plants of the United States, Indian Corn
takes precedence in the scale of crops, as
it is best adapted to the soil and climate,
and firnishes the largest amount of food.
By the census returns of 1850, it appears
that the crop of Indian Corn of 1849, near
ly- tripled that of any other agricultural
product, and slightly exceeded in value the
three great staples, wheat, cotton and hay.
This fact shows its importance and value as
a feeding crop to the country. Could Indian
Corn be grown in the " fog-wrapped island
of Great Britain," with the same facility
that it can be even in New-England. that
region of "granite and ice," we should read
less-in the English agricultural papers about
"root crops- and oil cake," for fattening
their cattle and sheep, than we now do:
for corn contains fat-making, muscle-forn
ing, and bone-producing properties, when
judiciously fed to cattle, sheep swine, and
poultry, which no other grain or root crop
Corn is indigenous to this Western hem
isphere, and it seems to have been the
"plant of plants," peculiarly adapted to
the wants of the rude and improvident race'
of men who occupied this country prior to
its settlement by Europeans. And it '
equally adopted to the wants of the more
refned and civilised people that now occupy
the places of the departed red man.
For wise and beneficent purposes, the
corn-plant has been endowed with a flexi
bility, or property of accommodating itself
to a wide range ut latitude; but not so with
the fig, the cotton plant, and sugar cane.
Indian Corn seems equally "at home" from
Maine to Texas, and matures its seeds a
well in the almost frozen regions of Canada
as in the nearly tropical clitate of Florida.
In order that each geographical section u:
locality. may grow the kind adapted to it.
we have an almost endless irade' or sub
variety of corn, from the little shrubby
stalk that grows on the shores of Lake Su
perior, where each grain is nicely enveloped
in its separate husk, to the tree-like corn
plant of the sunny South, or the gigantic
stalks of the Ohio Valley. The kernels of
the different varieties exhibit many grades
of size, form and color-long round, or
fat, or shriveled like the sweet, and in color.
white, yellow, blue, red, and striped. These
various colored grains of corn were cultiva
ted by the Indians before the settlement ot
the country by the Europeans, and it is
said the different colors were "kept care
fully apart." Possibly there may be a tri
fling difference in the nutritive value of the
different colored varieties, even wheni growni
in the same fields. The yellow flinty corn
of the north contains more oil or thttv mat
ter than the southern white ; and doubtless
our northern possesses greater fartteniing
properties than the southern varicties. Phty
stologically, we. presume each variety is
best adapted as food for its own locality
The average crop of Indian cortn per.
acre, in the Union, per census of 1850. was
twenty-five bushels. The highest average
in any State, was foray bushels in Conneeti
cut. The average itn Massachusetts was
thirty-one bushels. Ever-y one at all con
versant with farming matters, is aware of
the groat difference in the capacity of. soils
for growing good ermps of Indian corn. The
yield per acre, as raised by different 1hr
merts, ranges from twventy to one hundreeci
or more bushels per acrec. "Of thirty-five
crops of Indian corn, in Massachusetts, of~
fered for premium, the average yield was
ninety-three bushels per acere, and the aver.
age pt-ofit, $51.1 1. The largest crop wa~
one htundredl and thirty-eight anid one hall
bushels. Nineteen exceeded one hundred
bushels, and two fell below sev-enty buis~~:.'
Now we think no one will attribute the
heavy crops above named, wholly to the
superiority of the soil upon wvhich they
were grown. Much more. gener-ally, ini
growving a large crop oIf corn, depends upon
the manuring, thorough preparation of the
ground, after culture, amnd season, than upon
the natural quality of the soil; and the kind
of cortt planted will frequently materially
affect the result. Different kinds vary much
in productiveness and in the time requir-ed
for ripening. This last is a matter of' much
moment in our norther-n clime and shee
summers; where so liable to wet and late
springs, and early autumnal frosts, wve should
plant those varieties (having reference as~
far as practicable to productiveness.) which
soonest come to maturity, or we nmay lo.-e
our crop. Generally the smaller varieties
ripen the earliest. The time o.f ripeninig
can be greatly hastened by the selection for
seed, of the fnst ripened cars for a few
years in succession; and dotrbtless much
may be gained by the practice of selecting
seed from stalks bearing two, or itm-re.
rather than single car-s. The famous Baden
corn is an illustration of this fact.
Thousantds of acres of corn wvere gr-eatiy
injured by early autumnal frosts in Masna
chusetts, and other northet-n States, itt the
fall of 1855. WVhile other thousands of
acres, of e:v-iy plan ted, early kinds, were
beyond inijury at the time the frosts came.
This seems to suggest the importance of
early planting. - We ha've usually noticed
that those who plant as early as the season
will permit, are( most sttre of ar sound wel
ripened crop. There is less datnger from
the late frosts of spring thanm from the earlyt
frost; of nutun. We had rather hav'e
our corn kil/ed down twice in the springr.
than once in the fall. Eamrly planted corn
may senm to grow slowly at fivtet it is
then striking its roots into the manure, amd
preparing for a vigorous start whenever the
hot weather shall come.
We have seen by the census returns, that
the average ct-op of corn per acre in thme
Union, was but twventy-five butshels. Af:cr
deducting interest of the huad, taxes, ma.;1
nure, and labor in eniiv ~atin~g an acre of
corn in most parts of New-England, and
growitng but twenty-five bu-hels. there would
be left but a small margin fo'r profit, if anmv.
But we see further, by the tidriy-ive pm-e
mim cr-ops in Massac-husetts. the ave'rare
profit over all exp)ee e'xceQeded 85l pt-r
acre. These' statistics show the importance
of raising maximum crops, even if that wa-s
the end of the race-but it is not, for the
succeding crops of gr-aitn and hay will hearm
a corresponding ratio with the pr-emium
Frmnees difir very mnn ih tan dat
to which they plow their sward land for the
corn crop. This shiold depend somewhat
upon the quality of the subsoil, and on the
depth of previous cultivation. The good
sense of most fatrm'rs is a suflicient guide
to direct therm in this matter; but as a gen
eral rule deep plowing increases the produe
tive powers of most are.ble soils, while shal
low cultivation will as surely impoverish
them and gradually produce sterility. It is
deep plowing and increased manuring that
generally pays the greatest profit for the
good reasons that land thus deeply pulver.
ized is much better prepared to imbibe and
retain moisture and the fertilizing matters
brought to it by the rains, dews, and atmos
phere, than the shallow and badly plowed
soil. The crop too, on the well and deeply
worked soil, will bear up under the effects
of our frequent sununer drouths,-while those
on the shallow plowed field will be nearly
ruined for lack of mloisture. Reasoning
from observation and analogy, we do not
see why our common field crops may not
be as much benefited by deep and thorough
pulverization, and liberal manuring of the
soil, as the deep-rooted and other esculents
of the kitchen garden are.
Different soils require different treatment
in regard to the method of plowing, manu
ring, and after cultivation, and we know of
no better way of deciding these questions,
than for each fitriner to institute and carry
through a series of well conducted experi.
ments in corn-growing. By so doing, each
may ascertain those systems of cultivation
best adapted to his soil, or soils, if he h:s
There mtay be, for aught we know, sev
eral good ways of app~ying tmatirte tir the
corn crop; but we are slow in believing
there are half a dozen best ways in this
matter, especially fo ir the same kind of soil.
W,-; eve-rv vear witn ss ntore or less of the
diterentt methods of farmi'g corn land.
Mr. A. inl the spring carts all of his winter
manure fromi his yard and hovel windows.
spreads it upon the green-sward, with a
good team and plow turns it. inder eight
inches deep, plants his corn without apply.
ng any manure to th_ surface or hill Mr.
t;. plows his green-sward in the autumn or
spring, carts on his green imanure, spreads
and horrows it in as well -as he can, phmnts
his corn with perlhaps a little plaster. Mr.
C. lets his winter made manure renalain
about the barn through the summer; in tihe
till carts it on the green-sward, spreads.
plows it under six to eight inches; in the
.pring, harrows aid plants; dropping a
spootinill of plaster in the hill. Mr. D.
plows under a coat of long mannre in the
spring; applies a dressing of fine manure
to the inverted surthce of the newly plowed
land, harrows well, and drops at handful of
rich manure in the hii.] at the timne of Iplant
ing and is genteraly satislietl with tht- re
suit at harvest. Mr. E. lets his lmatnlre h
over one year; then applies a shoveltld or
so to the hill, at the tite of Iphltting. lIis
father did .o lefibre him, aal he is content
to 'hilow itt the lititste ('1tf his illustriou
predecessorn." . Mr'. F. sows oats te firt't
year on - brokden tip hinid," in the fall ap
>lies his mnutre to the stubble grtoun~d antd
plows-next spring aga: n plows, and islanits
wihcrand says lie has easy hoeing.
.\ess .II. an .alwayvs compostthi
gregnu manures ui ich swamp~ muck, atnd other
materials-thereby greatly increcasinrg the
quiantitty and value of their mnanure heaps.
Thie compost is used by these farmiers fit'
their corn arnd othier crops as their dihlferent
judginets tor p.ejundices dictate; and last.
thouigh taot least, Mr. J . lets his manure re~
mtain itt the yard tharoungh thme sumtmer ; itn
the t'all earts it upon grass land. spreatls it.
andi so lets it remiain till next sprintg; theti
plows, borrows. atnd plants his corn, futlly
antisfied it is the biest, wa of' anaginrg.
Wh Ien good practical fltnrmers so -iely
disagree itn practice, wvho shall decide ? Ge-n
tltieti, we respaeett'uliy decline acting ats
ttnpire in this mattmer.-Country Getttle
.\E will soo~n he here tor every body to buy
itaits for an atbunan~ tt .ula'y tof the. hetst atf ve't.
bles dutinig the tcontuntg se-tsons. A tad all who wiel
a number one
A re recatstfully infooned tlhtitG.1 IPENN. Awen
at he rie strehasjus ret ied ::it untisuatl
itnge hotaof W ElL 8-.tE T'hi G A 1i)DE .
.,~.ltoiner aij t lu ta la i I t eI
FOR EVERY ONE
int rte But runtittlt cot r. .-\ut g hi et's t
btiwk namy be fouiaa rd assurinwt i the aLi
est :and beat varieties ea
Asaaragus (raaat tad steed) litans. Ueat, C~abage
Collarals. (;arraat. Celery., Cucuamh.r, Caorn,
Egzg P'lant, i.ettue, .\relonas. Uniljan (sets
atna se.. ) I tkta ':ai-siai p. Pa. ieipaer
&c., ke., &ce.
These iPeed were- grtawn ait the we.ll-kno-.r n Graden.
aaf Camtioack . l-'ra e & Co.. a.! \'ethtersfieald, Ca nn
:aud ias theay bur setldaom tail to give satisfactioin,
firat rate oppotrtUnity
Naaw offereda to evtery faiy to ha at~ idn'y ih
tittest nage~tables.' thI air.
UYli ear::ainti al ~iat thet !bt ick Sttore, inexl
dator t. 1. G. lIry tot. k noet aitt
G. L. PENN'S
Store, andi ta. a:d iiaant wi I acceataea yaiu tit!I
the. Il E oh.tt sl- .DI. nt rte .iowest aensh rernts.
Rt-eember, if yoau wnmi~ eariy vegaettas, you
must let -G o aaiai , at-a l t Tiaaaaely pla tng" be ta- ou
Edge-fi.-ad, .Jia 21 tE 2
SORGHO SUCH RE,
CHINESE SUGAR CORN.
T1'~ suraa+es atli tther pttants faar riailing (feeinia
tgreent) :mdali fadder. itn ntet-r at the gr a'
itaittultr atf sil'.'ary (sa'iiliii iiie) juLiet it a iititiaS, tatad
is greedily eaten, by Stuck tat till ki nds. It mayibe
repatedy erni, like Egypaiian millet, grawitng tlT free:
d raumhit muchi h,. tie.r th-mt caontnoai c..rn, retainlingt
its green colotr and juiemns aftearr t' said mature.
A supptay oft R~eliabIe Seed, hats beent re
eeivead ba rte subscribetr,
Put lip iln Sacks at 50 Cenats and
Conrtauining~ stfliteint seed-a far phlinig half' ntere tad
onec acre, each. Otrders respecttrt ly 'tat eittd.
WMl. it AiN ES,
Druggist and Af paothcaary, Broad St. Aumguasta Ca.
Jtatu..ry 27 i.-7. 2mr 3
a.-aintst said Est ate arc hlerebyv rnotifierd to rend
themI i properl tte a td, bthed 5thniday ofl May.
nextaeri aei tir cl- aisll will ati.ely hetide-u
barred ai -. . B.-ata ti COREY -A dm'or. nt-ttti
At a lasiniastriaor1 to ~k liia et.
tkAva.ii persos taing emdsgantheE
1'cb.4 A i7 Tim
DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY.
JAS1 [IENEY is now opening, in the store
faormerly o.enpied by J. K. H -neroft. (opposite
to Clark & Co.'s .ewe'ry Store ,) a choice a sort
Fancy and Staple Dry Gocds,
selected from the best stacks of the New York mar
ket, t, an ex mu mintion of which he rcepectfully in
vites his friends and the publc _en.era ly. lie hav
ing plaid psarticular attention to the se:eetion of
Dress Goods and E mbroideriCs,
persons who may be pl used to favor him with a
call. may be sure of having the newest st, les. is
steock e'.epri,.es thce f'etlowing artcles:
Rich )RESS SILKS;
Plain and Printed I Ie Luines ;
Lupin's French 1eh-rinei's ;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinoes
Lupin's Ul'k Bonhaz ne's;
A superior quality of lick Silk
English and American Prints;
Lupin's Alpacas, of superior texture ;
Real Welsh Flannels ;
Plain Red "
Silk Warp "L
Irish li.inen and Loi Lawns ;
Sceteh ciad Russia I )iaipe'rs
iinekabeks, rt' Towellimstr ;
8-4 iad 1t1-4 Tab!e Linens;
Sip.rior Piltw-ease f.inens;
\lendale, Iancaster aned Marseilles Quilts ;
Table covers ;
A larce ass' aiment of Ribboms;i
Silk Btelts aid Belt Ribbons;
Al,xanler' Kid and Silk Gloves;
Ladia-s and Gent's Merino, Salk and Casmer'
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Toiery:
A large as-rtment of Dress Trimmine s
Laces. etf all quaities
I em-stitched, Bordered and Emrb'd Ianlker
lourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets:
Mis-es Caollacrs ana Sleeves. seaparate or in setts:
Ebtrblecred Collars and Sleeves, scaperate or in
Itlant's Embroidered Waists and Dresser;
Swiss and .J eonet Bna inds ;
Ce a kEgiing-nnd TInsertinges;
Whalebone Skelleton Skirts;
Faicbr,.idered and Eugenie Skirts:
lI klehd anda Broewn Allesndale aced Geargine
Swansdown Flannels ;
L:aies' Shawls, llsack and Culoi ed ;
Clieile and Itroehe S'arfs;
Some be'iutiful Stella Shawls;
Cloaks, of the v.arious styles now worn;
Pant loon St nil'-. Umbrellas ;
Awi many nth desirabele goods toe, numerous to
T'' whieb i. aecd Mrs. lieney's beautiful supply
of Meillaic ry (Goee.!s.
Mrs. Ilenev de'sires her old friends and the tub
I lie cenatrally. to exalcine her tacek, as she has : i
superior one to a y she ever lhad.
A u:tust. Nov. IS IS 6. tf 15.
MILLER & WARREN,
Corner Oppoie tie Globe Hotel.
.\l'G T.\. ( Q0 \G1.\.
T.\VE just rec'eivel a lare. stack oaf '!l and
T. Winlter I ov o aaeds, fat the latest imicpeertationt I
Inl most faslionte .blle styles, C..cnsistinig of
itonneed EF1mb11 u dered t..t loretd SI l.KS
Rlich 'lir c'e.ccl. and IacmiI Coloet'e.l SI L.KS;
Fituredl and .\loire .\tiique WIecek SIllKS ;
ih.- lPheinceedl ithSI-N I IE l..\ I 'a l'>:
Ca~is t i.\l l ite d M.\ iN |1)C E LA IN ES it
?creact varietc'y ;
a oit\Z'NiES, ClIA.LLIES, ALPAC.\S aned
F'reechl, Enegishc anal .\mirienen PRI NTS;
Iiumisomice se-etch dad Firech G INGI IA MS:
lieb Fr'eecht E.\li3Ua )El)D COLIA tS aned
Rich l'aise'k i ee COaLL~ ARS amici SLE EVF.S:
-- J::'onet aned Swi's 13 A NI'S and FL.U [ NC-.
Init.mct"' Embrorideeread W.\1e ISTh' anda R~el:1 ;,
Imbierel'd .\la riin C1 U .\S teor Inefiet:
I le've're, HIci m." itch.i ead Ei-;c:r-a6!c'ryd Ilia.' :
A iteander's kid 'ane d Sk G 1 .tiV ES ;
Sp'endiad si'c'k feat 's "cte
To.et eei~r wet hi an etc !!es viaiy eof (;aelb ni'dy
launcd in a IDry Gooads tste. Vt e wi:1 eay thcat we
hw ie ac lairge'stack, can.xioucs to se-li, sat.i will t~a
insure inc sheew~ing themic to our ftrieneds aced enisto
A ugta Ott. .lQ5la, tr
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Brn d stre'et, An ;~nstas, Ga.
JOilN & Tila a.\h.\S A. lk iN ES, invite th~e set
P Itatican eat ti.- Phote' :s car Sathl t .': S.:h , tie
it'hir 'i.ek aof Swvedes I 'rn iaca aarceda bye thca:c
direct tiam $ewede-A I.SU-c-reineda Engsshc n'sc s
'.heeet Iirone .\b aeIrtones. Listd, Celeer. Zin.-, Csc pen
tatrs md Smith Tio-'eas.5 Cast, Iisitere cali Plw o~te'i.
T'rice, W~aon. Leg iam Cecil Chits.~a Irate A.\e'
lI tes, ellames,. .es Na.s tad cc iuci a-ser'tmcent o:
A .o-A hircz'e-e asotimetIn of thce mo.. 0a pproedl
Scnehl ass ~~e'lf- rein Stri i tcv'utte-rs. Corii Sh-' -
less, Wh'e- Fan"scec Pa' s, Ibn-crcws. Ov Ye kas. &c.
\' tice.c' lc.aget undac hae... si-tme t ofee lie trs A'
Sa.-- Cl'''l.!Rl'Y evaer .I.el edcthi .'charket.
-' 0W eal'- feet sale' ther ..p -;c~ hd n.w sto:-k cf
SIl IA'R W A iG. of ac'sll kiia.1--e Se-ts,
I 'tchierac. Ca .5-'-, Waice-rs. I oce:S'. Tncile rs. Cupas.
l'et1rs, sp. nstl5.es, I'..istry, Cakc, Des.,~erc aned
Il um-r hNnve,.
. 'aceds mi l':,'tacts, ICakc' laila ts, Wasi:cs. Candb--Ia'
,ti- ks, &c'.
iminghamt anid A nn-r 'an Pi c\TIED W.\~ lm,
veryi ashmaey'.:ceel act le pie.5
GO!D WAlTCi I r'. orl a I 5eal mesaers-Coocper'.
D~ent. 'T'ola-~t. licctlcey &~ .lihntsecn, Engi clia'hI mackersa;
iiriettincg. Mat'e, Swis sslskes ; andic .cc is a ur
ge'tcen actf 'alenalt'en
Si IA' lR W .acTe I I ES ine greatd v'aiey ; qiek
benet clald Wce'inc-<, laree cize.
flicht )iinendl. (aCoral. (!se ranli \I..sace .1 EW'c
:*:riY, all th-- neawest see1.'4, wohil ac Iarge steec l
- 'hue 'n-i Faneyi'3 si08 t thirl scoea, Poest
dIea aor..c.c~i:e the sl:lrad ilcctk
-in 'i.-Icc. F' - 1 '.'7 Ii' 4
IRION AMD BRASS FOUNDRY,
ii 'EJ GrT & MIACMURIPHIY, concttie
cthe :avc' businhess, in cell its barancchecs, ncc the
A -.:EltlC.\N F(OIUN 1)1Y, ancd weill be thanktcul
fer ecr'lercs feat aell kise
I RON AND BR ASS CUTTINGS,
Fo'er Go~ iea linies. AlIills. Rtci I' ias, lI riiers, andcu
MIachniner'y of all Decrcuiptions.
.\ugnustc, Dec 311 6mt 5_______
SNWaitd improievede Syle.--Also. Nipple
liGlasses, lr';nst PIesi andc Pumicps, N'ipphe
ShieldsTehn Itinegs, kc. lear stah- hy
..G. & T1. .1. T E A GLUE, D)ruggists.
May 23 tr 19
I. thlise. inti. to-a leT1. l'. ('Clemnis, R MI.
:'L -S userr &i S. T'urntc r, e i'l eda we'!I to cceI
forec dl 'andc maike pamet by ictur'n day. s longeer
hdLeee a'cnnot noer uciii not be niven-t. Tihoee
who wish tl to s-ave c-osts must~c pacy proper' attentioni
toj tii notie.
Janet 7 6 52
Hides, Hides, Hides,
TWILL buy 500 gecod Tlides delivceredl at ney
EDMUND PENN, AmET.
Oa't. 29 1Cut 6mu 42
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
1 l Ia ccob e 1a le. I nii'e cite d a ?'er--nt vaecty
f Snr-.ci'cal I inctrueecc-nsc, Iior scale hce
. AGe.' i'T.I Ti..rdl'K. iliejistR
LLProns inebted leo thce e'siate oaf Jesse~
. LiL~erbor dee'd'.. are ereigre rjurstr'~~iel tee
neaka' immendiale p-~aecet. cad thio' ecthaving~ de
mades agc lest the saide 1i-iate-. will preeent themn
properly nttested. G. W. LAN IRU.
A ... ol et 33
ND SURGICAL INFIRM
r HE Undersigned would respectfully we th,:]
. in their very complete and exten-ive Estaili:
f NEGROES -requiring SURGICAL OPER
The Buiiding is situnted corner of Jackson a
ie Sa.vannah Rail Rond Depots; and in sight of
irn of patients from a distance. In its cunitruct
iew the special purpose to which it is applied;
onduce to the CQMFORT OF ''HI: SICK. It
atls-and has water-closets in each story to avo
sn wte!l ventilated and lighted with gas. Will
ltd female nurses, te patient will be saved muss
' unaveoidable neglect in the treatment of NEGF
TERMlS-For loard, Lodging and Nur-ing
tendance, Surgical Operations, &.e., the same a:
Auustia, Jan 30, 1856.
-OAK GROV E
SLEASA NTLY loeate' two mihs W.-t elf Kirk
sey's X Rtond.<. n i near the Re '-dencs of
'r. I: Andrews andit E:hert I)evre, I-cj., Ed1e
-.id Disrie., S. C. :Scholaste yea:r divided into'
:1'u sinei.s f eie n hemfs each . tie Spring rr)
ill unm' n.-e the S ECON I1 MONDA Y in lanu
ary, I 57.
Miss C. E. WEEKS. Pntrcir..
Ma. '. P. aMOSES. TEAcilen or M1cic.
The Tru-tees take pleasure in announeing that I
ey have' s.enred the valuable servi'es of the abeove
unetd instrulet..rs for the eunnng se::r.
Ali's Wr~r.ris has the hilhest qualitien-ions na
ec..r o the usual EinaIg'Ii i.h ame.-s. tle- higher
lathenmtie.<, Frencli Indl lynhbo d.'r'y &c..-h
I.-en in this <h~paritnent tor seeverl n liars. and pro
ed everiy way worthy t' our unqualified ;i up:1b.
M r. Iot-:s, frora the Ne.w England States, is a
etniem:ml of hinh1 ::ecomnphlahmsn ts andl' tnoral
-urthI, tine of the' mos: exper1ienc"ed and sucese-ful
'ira Ihers of Y''--:! ufir':11n, Pmno e, luRte. k "'.
uId a!so, i Sktchi.g an u iinn in t'rinyni :t
)l cil.nis : has yil"ied to earnest solicitatin''s et
l.-- Tfrost' r. eeto (temnil another year in thi. . -t
rii.'ut t th ;buove named institutin. While lit
atis of 1ni;in are less than pet hips at any uti.r
ch,' l of the kidss in the State', the Trustess coit
ileItly reciotn.nd the instruction as aibev tie bef
Paiyn-n's at tie 'etse of echi Res.don. P.:nrd in
mii neigh borlhoodl o t h~ elichoo, froiti 7to S8 d:ulars
:7 A ddre's either of the. Trustees, Kirksy s X
0:ecds. Ectgcietld D)~tai.:t, S. C.
Jir. lE AynitewsR, 1
ELIII:n-r I i F.r.E,
.1osu.iiA l Iia ~ I )irectors.
.January' 7tht, t1857, if 5'2
iniate thei nitent!t..n 'if the. pulie to thec foI
X' owting nrrate~ngec'is for't thle e'n-uing year:
WI]l contiina. und' r the e-e.:trc'l ef Ml r. .1 .\ \l ES L.
1" LY, t' hose- long e::p--iece ani.'i nuttiag ve ibri
ori! the :tiianeet ..r his impiis ought t. ca. n' iual
ii lier~d shaere oif pu ir nag.e.
Tit n per. Session.... ...... . ut.)
Thue FemaleII A cem
Ii wthih'b snill Ieys wil li 0.ninitted, willI hz con
uetedh by~ ~.lir. J' 11. MO!()I~S, wiVth coneretnt't
Thlis genl. mnii has hadt~ six oer eight y:.r- expc'
':eee in teacing,.~ h-:s :chvays giveni tire satistlac
:ion. mat tre:ne his ni.~enwle.dgced ability andh enry.
t: det.serv.-s lhe pn:ronaigei of the publie. Thei.
i'rn.-tces at Cro...s Ilitl. n here he h-; be.-nl ttenihing
-em~ienitly qu.dihied t-- Live iniu-a. jill ini all the
hiranc'he.s oft a t~ctron'..h u dIuntiln - We -aid
hat alr. L.ESLY't~ idy dorse.' ths f~c. a l-: 'p.ll
lirst Cias,, P'riimary De)par; ncut.. .... .....ti hon
Seco:icl Ordlinary End~i,'h lirmz-es.t~...''I
Fid "i lidhe'r " "' .....5t
I.. urth "' Gre--k, Latiin and Frec...... I
lisie...... ... ..............--. ... -
Ti' o .hSlsne v. ar wiii he dividhec intco two .se<
silns of tivye months eachli. Pupd's wcil bI ebared~ic''i
tromithe lie ofC c enlterilzg tio te enid of the~ sess4ion
TII e ex'eres . ill caeneicIe on the first .\iotibsy
iI..ar'.I ecin be hadl ill th-.- , tite at fr'oim .S toi S tO
S. P. (G ETZElN, ..
S. W. IA R INERt, -
J. C. P'ORTtEFI, si
A. P. hIlLElt,
IH. A. SIIAW, J
Nov. 5 t' 43
Bleached Shirtings and Sheeting:.
IT .s re,-i.d f' lOm Ne.w Y.rkz. the feilowinge
JiLchlice imak~e cf lileaebied SI ilRTi NGCS ai
Hl iRETl .\ G5. wlii-h lie wui:l sell tor' e~.ih at deri
llyV lccwer prices thin they enn be purcha.-ed on
in ntuali credit term'i:i
News. Yerk Mills 4-4 P-alencd1 S~iRTI NGS:
Wa~te~r Twivst New York .~Iilll 4 4 hIench. dI
W~hie Rck.I 4-.4 seft finish liee SIRT
White Rock ..i Water Twist bLLeled SIl! RT
Lcinsdale 4.4 i..echedl SITlR TINGS;
Manchetste~r 4-4 IBleached do.
Li.oniia 4-.4 doi. dii.
Bates'i Mills 7.8 :.tft fini.h Blenchled ShIRT
12-4 leched Allendaile S HEETILNGS:
11-4. I ilenchedl Ilamiiltuon do.
7-S Luconia Blenched .1 E.\ NS.
G raniiteville andi Aug.tca: 7-8 and d1 4 Brown
Sll IRTI NGS andl SI IEETI NGS; Augst anid
Ftiehimcnd laeto~ry' 4 ounce OSN A lURGSM, andl
eergia S'Tt RP ES, Sit the Mantieturetri's p iices.
The piublie are rcsp;etfully recluesteid to eall andc
eXni' itne the ntsortentt.u
A unuia, Fet b1 1 18.'7 If 4
adies' Cruvelli Whale Bone Skirts.
A1)DITION. IA L UPPLIES.
HE IA iEAit, Aracen.A CA.
has ustrecevedf~i New Yit k, an; adi
tannhi suppey eof Ladies' Gruvelhi Whale Ijoi.i.
KRTS, decidedly the miost upptiovedI style.
~lises' White an~d Slate color'd Whal Done
KI RTS, to which the attention of~ the public is re
A ugusta. Feb. 4 1857 tr 4
Take thuesa lUp!
STRAYED from mty Stable's dturinig the late
Efire, apair of DAY PONI ES. Any one who
uili tak.- themt up andl deliver themti to meI at the
"Carolina Hlotel," Jllamhuri', S. C.. will be liber
ll rcewar ed fort their troubhle. Whien 'nst seen
lcy were on the Phmisk Ronad leading to Edtgelel
. 1., going at the rate of :2-4.I
J. A. MATS.
Hatburg, Jan. 27 1857 _ U 3
hysicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
~RDIC1NE~ CASES-fcir wale by
.V A. G. & T. J. TEAUEJ, Druggista.
ARY FOR NEGROES)
tention of Planters and Slave-owners generally
Iunentt in Augusta. Ga.. for the aecomtnndtIin
ATIONS or TREATMENT IN CHRONIC
id Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia and
both. It is therefore conveiuent for the recep
mon, thronghout the entire plan, was kept in
being 'furnished with everything whieh can
i supplied with hot and cold baths and shower
id fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is
the constant attendance of experienced male
of the suti..ring which too often is the result
.OES in ordinary private practice.
per month. $10. For all NECES.SAIY Mledical
in ordinary city practice.
fl. F. CAM1PlBELL, Snrgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
Ai WIlOI1A IE AND RETAIL.
-- 0 -I WORil of the above Goods,
0 0 ecreful selete.l fruom the best
anuftur;es, and oi'ohmrising
Every Description in the Trade,
willi he sold at vtry smll advani c : n1tit fl Cost.
Of' The Subsert.er slidii: ace:d! from his South
- ar .hna friend; bectre purchasing el-,eti here.
1f"Elt1h.-801:111. C v.It. hohSnie, time witli
pliproved plap:er. No setil plle ke.
h1EN RY DA LY,
7n.ler U. S. Ilo' el, A ni:usta, Ga.
Atuyusta, Ga , S--pt t!. Gm :7
- EN..\ MIN & GOODRICHI. Iruad street, op
poIsitE. I amibarok & Ciooper's, respectful all
3i""unce to their friends and the publi;. that they :re1
.. re.". ivingl dav a tloice .; l well set.!eted
worIitmentt o1f all kinds of F L- ~N IT UR E, such as
~ii-;A U'S. BOOK0t-CASES 80OF.\S. Cli liRS,
Tl',TEA-TETI->t, CENTRiE T.\l;LE~S. Illf.,
sTr E As DS, WNlOW SH AlDES. &c.. of the i
:st and] moist fashionuble designs, which they' guaran-~
tee to sell as; low aIs enn hie b.'u.lht inl this city. atnd
invite alil who wish to purchase, to call and examt~fi
A LLT 'WORK WA P.RAN'rfD.
Mattresses ani :;!l kinds of Furniture, mantufac
turd and1 repaIire t' or d3er, wit bI nea:tne a351;nd Is
p~thl. U ENJ.\\ltN N. (GOO0IRl(II
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
r iJE . ~lbscribler has jutst r(etived at his Oh~
I laund-the Brtiek St..re-a v-ry heavy Stockc 0
F'ALL AND WINTElR GOO'DS,
To. which lhe inlvites1 his filed and:31:1 the puble! a 3
h:r to all ndl:iu ex:Iain for3 themaseli VI3. Amn:
wihl mnay be foundil
Faney1. CIlored'I SI l.KS. from~ $11t11 i r ' r
Fl.:in mi F31 igutral 'Iusl:n lIetLaties;
Enllish3 an3d A m3.3'.r1 n l'ins;
A tlin lot lofIt' Tw.eds, Ca ssim3eres ;mdI Sa~tiets fot
.\ ine:te Stoek If l.nls' Ch-'aks nnil'Shawls
Has and1 Cons Elf every3' v'arity ;
A vII. ry eny stok (It .16 -5s,~ inoi'ys at
Groceries, Hardware andl Crock~ery,
u ith e'verv' 03ther ar'tile usual:., kep'~t in a D 3
N. It--All those5 indebe.'' Ion3 Nte anL' fud A\e-'
ci Unit will lIa t' il 13331 h31 et tle', r.s proni3p1 p:3yint-nll
abtwi i enah-s me3 to sel ile::pi.
UJet S tt'
S. E, BOWERS, Agent,
iamnbuirg, f!i. C.
F F. I hmk-u for the very 1;be.ral patronne3i~
of is FI~ jen33ad the pI'h!.e g'Ilea'-:II:, an11
til s'.('citi a shar33e Iof their patronaI~ge. 11ie iS 33'Iw
bslnpsi. 'Ilucke31ret. F'am3:ly Fiiur. It lek whet't
Sare 1,3 jlacaoi. Winrs' ''and~33tl
cr:fl tr. a ite t f al ulitie Sil u-ll .I~d~l
Rye L'h ~l'li~ i ad lesmb.
a1dn all 'othierknsta
arht ~i3te akept in 'hh-, Marke e uusn
or any te r MakttnJi. fodn
I to beuoflheabes of thartifv.1S
I nn ur. ' v 3 I3I3 324 1' SI a iL, l t' VIlIl 430 i10
1)'flr, 133 I~amsiole u 110 Cu],ill h Acount,'
ohn Pr~eineed CtAlIse.x ohr- tr Mf~~l h
on. dx'r of d li en . TrErt~ f iesia rii
spetN Pursnance3 fheord eCmtsoer ' d ov he55,
3ll prined 1 lrii by hne 13lllt Wadla in this ue
.Cuselliperonrs hnv-ng demnd. n3thnSt the E2
OLte ! beth e su o a. Turnerare hby .equiM
-edttoymeingn trOv Uthir resp;3 eivey demans
>efsore gemiAYne Io hSE Cburt lifn illtide
Irsasifil, tollsd appenr an ~mke proofC of1' I thei ore
hIpleliye ' d emd befor t'riheymmisih oner n ee
vrequted~, wipplsd tbe 1 exlbded frotaltenet od
JA.E SIMKINS, c. . . n
Estrayy24I i N oice
teds Nnelrg. A Y 1n0, hlaoust liccen ansu
se ht pl ek in tSh rigt eye it fonur with
lu iredsuose tor bae aot ndtern ys od.
Janr2185 tm 4
CHEAP DRY GOODS H
ga irale, I836 !
HTN' 1:ijust received their N R;W cerorlC of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
and wnld e:cll the attent ion of their friends an.d the
public to to the ntsortment. Their Stoek is VER Y.
LA ROE :Ind comprises all the best makes and
sty ls of Gonts and the hatest nove'ties of the s.-a
son : :Inl as they are deteriined not to be
Uuidersold by any House in the State, and
will guarantee their prices to be as
They feel assurel that an examination of their
Goods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pn
uronage they have hitherto received. They would
invite attention to the following :
Lidies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Faney Dress SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Scotch. French and American GINGHAMS;
F.nrish. French and American PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;
Iress TRIMMINGS. splendid variety ;
HIOSIERY, it very large assartment;
GLOVES. of every description;
T::hble LINENS and DIAPERS;
NAPKINS. DOYLIES and TOWELS;
SIIEET1iNGS and Pillow LINENS;
i;l.nehed and Birown SHIRTINGS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Cassiners and
Ladies' CLOTHS. all colors;
FLANNELS. Ned, white. Welsh, &c.;
CASSIME RES and PLAIDS, for children;
.louse Servants' GOODS;
Black Alpncas. Iotehamizines. Dimities, Quilts;
FUR FRINGES; SHAWLSall kinds, &c.
A 1:rge assortment 'Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Lin
seys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnahurgs.
A ngusta. Sept 17 tif 3G
PURIFY THE BLOOD:
IVIOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
* FREE FROM ALL MlNiERAL POISONS.
TIlE great popularity wilch NOFFAT-S LIFE PILLS
atnl l'IItENIN lTTEIS luve nittaiee in cnnserpieinee
or the extrauirdiinary cures etl'ecteil 1.y their Ie. reaner- it
uiinececsary for the proprietor to enter into a particular
annlysis of their me-Jlilcinal virtues or propt-rties. lluving
been mire Iban twenty )ears belore the publie.nt haviiig
the united tetimotiy of inire than TIlltEE M11.1.1IONS of
per-.ns who have beet: rest'.re to the enjoyiniti of per
Siet health liv theni, it is he:hovedi that their reputation as
the Hest Ve elnblc 3Medicine now belire tie public,
t i lmits of n., <'ispute. In tninic every' city an dl villIage in
the ti;tel states. there are nny it h i :art ready to testii'y
to their elltacy in relnoviti disense. ual giving to the
whole system renewedt vigor aud heaith.
In eaies of St'1:FUL A. UL :El:S. SCtUIIVY or El:'P
TI(Ns of the skin, the operation of the LIFE I 1"11111 N
is truly astonishing. oteni remciiit in t few dlays. every
estue if tthe:e l"tli1 thm dIl.iese. Ii their purl ung
a-st+.:n the bbcisl. FEV aii AGUtE. i:tt'PNI . .
Dita:l'jY, PtI1.FS. aIn.1 ins .,hort mot.st all dien~ses . son
vied to tchair curative properties. No family sheilit he
'without ta-in. as by their timely uIse iUnh sutferiing and
e.%penet inay be save't.
Preparedt by WILLIAM B. stOFF.\T. M. P., New
fork. and for sale by TUTT & PEr.r.,T Site .\;ents,
Dt \)R. S.I ONS'
VEGETABLE LIVER IaEDICINES.
A SA FE AND EFFIECTUA L R 1EIl IJ
Fur all kinds ot' Liver disetns, and ni d.is
tases and' incdispositionstc t hat orcitate
from a disc usedl state or. inativcy
of the Liver-snteh as chtronie
and acute iunfl:untciion uof the.
Liver. dysupepsia, s~iuk haead
lossuof apptte. ehei li.-,
cstiv~ee5s &c., &C.
10 Packages, just rlcivedl acnd for saie by
G. L. PEN., Agenct.
.Inly 1 -- if '5
If 1. the Undereigned, haaviing been appointee]
~VAgen:t for the sade oi K..!weils' Com:
pjnasttcl if GU.\No and S.\LTS, hrve nuow '.n
haini a large sup~ply which we are pre;-are'd to call
toi P;:mtetzs con thei n:,t 'av i:::ble terms for en.'hi.
Ah'e. Peruvian G L.\ N U. Land Pincner hlen v.:
tr .l~.\ E. I1Lh'Y & USIIE
I 1:tcur::u. D)ee 10I :Im
LLpers.s concerined wrill tack. eice il I
.:. h e ypiintedI Gu Urohtit r md iy nI:z -m
:.nd Attirinei toe represent me.. iinli tihik-elh'c i
th.. detts iae to the LState it Hianilaul I~oat:..hciar
.ec-cad, an~d .cin lic th uies .h-vh irl po n
as .\dmciinistratrix( ofi c:idi dent::il.
D~ec. 17 .ahn4
C.ster & Csxe. :andc )
.\, a Mh.rtin, ' i! i .: nant:-eI (;f ,.:!! v
I*. r . iir- <:i!'o'lccr t aj-::
tilIrsme caf :hi e der pr.nton:e~l by ('hcam
lre thc- Ciiii'sm iaer cad miIa priioo cit thir re-it
,g,.tive eleh.Ii. lc~iire the said Co.:cui.cciiiner ini los
I llciia ,4i.i,.td Ciu:-t hhi.:nc. onl or befor'- 3hcin
e-dt.i s hO;ai toi Ccwin nia i~i.r..-.e tcir respeet
ive.~ de jri beore; the Commnit oneriii~. wnhin hthie
timce :ci.e miiont..ed.icil .l h-e ex.ee'a- fromit th.
bene.'.;t ot- ithe deeree :o tie proinnlciii :i I his enil-v.
Ciiil~iis tll~A . SI.\hKi N:4. cet:n
STIAT'E OF SOUTH1 CARO~.LINA,
EDGEFI lh.Dl ISls UCTf,
ichatrd TTuhtein an.. othi. .
NDtEi an order fruom Chinweellori Duniin,
madcce in this ease. thte cr..editers oif .1 ohni Miascly,
dre.sc! i, arte rieluir..di toe cime inl andl pirove t heir
.mds b..ticlSia..re mce nnt al oiday th li hitehiireh
next, othecr. i:.e they willihe exaelndeed.
A. SlNIK1NS, c r Vt..
.imttncry, I 3 lif~- , ite 2
ST.\T;: (F S(OUJT C.\ROLINA
IN CUV.lIIUN P LE A S.
S. Christi. ..s~ignee,
S. P. Tlemucpl inus. )
11. Tr. Slims, )
S. P. TIomptkins. 3
li. C. Utryan,
S. P. Tomupkins.
S. P. TIonmpkints.
Wm.hi datileyaDcctiininm )fetti
th cfnlcishaign8turwf crAtre
knon tp esutswitIllt orles iga~sh Atari met
r nlglt llnbff givn eabaieistat.des.h n
Marcs dav f~i. De lainiy Ofinn
onwovos Ffsa r eraign wth crncnsto
Pliti ' Aoriney, Oree3 htsadDfnat
appear andi plei tsai i ehlr~trau n twi th anea
thndDahdaydfrom havinganehero, orina nd abote
jndgmlentle gevd nittoien gain st .Catot&
TiO. G. BACON, c .r.n
March 1, 185. y 10
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & CO.,
NEAR TILE LOW EIR MARKET I!OUSE,
I '"'ivtd t"e-r new an ' 'e'a-tiful assort- '
I aen: of Gold and Silver lunt;nuand open face
WAT Cmi, -
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
Consting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold Stone and
all Gold Setts:
Ladits and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Chains, Flu
ger fines. Button,. &c.;
Si!ver andPlated Tea and Table Spoons, Forks,
Ladles. Salt Spoons, Sucnr Shovels, &e;
Ivory, Pearl and Tort'ise She-l Card Cases;
Pocket Books, Portmonaies, Knives, Scissors;
Walking and Sword Canes ;
Colt's Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
A lare assortment of CLOCKS, at prices varying
from Si and upwards, to which we call the atten
tion of our Carolina friends and the public generally.
Augusta, Nov 5 if 43
Wagons and Iron Plow Stocks.
I HAVE secured the services of a FIRST RATE
WhIEELWRIGhIT, and propose to build
Large and Small Wagons
to order. and to du all kindsof REPAIRING in the
Wagon Business at the shortest notice.
I am still mannincturing out of the best material,
THE IRON PLOW STOCK,
(Foreman's Patent.) and oth-r them to the Planters
of Edgefield District at $5.50 ptr Stock.
All orders for Plows will be promptly attended
to. S. F. GOOEE.
Edgefleld C. II., Feb 27 tf 7
DRUGS, MEDICINES; &c,
D RS. A, G. &C T. J. TE A GUE, respect
fully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c.
A nd will be pl*'ased to wait upon all who may favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines. &c. Suf
fice it to say, we have the F UL LESTand
MOST COMPLETE Stock ever
oll'ered in this place.
Edgefield C. II., May 23 tf -19
FOR TIIE LADIES:
7 E have on hand a great variety of Colognes
r I alndkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders a
anl assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Ponades. Pure Beats Oil, Hair Tonics, Restora'
tires and Hair I)ye;
Pi eston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
Cream of lHeauty, Carnation Rouge, Hair De
pihttory, &c., to all of which the attention of the
Ladies is respectfclly invited. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAG UE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Land for Sale,
T II E s ihiher ntl'ers for sale a Tract of Land in
i Edefi. l Distr.et, lying on Cuff'ee Town
Creek, in the vicinity of liberty IlIll, and containing
Six lH1uadred (600) Acres.
It is of t.nk and Hi ickory growth, and as fine farm
in laid as any in the IDistrict. Indeed it is extra
tine for Cotton. as :ll who know it must and will ad
mit. Near FOUlt IIUNlI)tEl) ACRES of the
Tract is in wo .ds. The land in cutivation is in good
he:art. The place is well watered, having upon it a
lastin-: spring. The buldings ui-on the place are
*nl tle able, but the land iakes amends for all.
Th"se de iring to lurchase the place, had better
dleide quick, as the subscriber is just now anxious
to se~l. 1J LIUS BANKS.
Dec. 9, 1856, if 48
T .L Persons co)nernedt will take notice-that I
? have appointed Dr. Jmanes A. Devore and
ltlbert A thine moy A gents and A ttorneys to repre
se. ein the ceilicetion of the debts due to tho
i state of .John Dobey, de'd., and in all other duties
dlevuulving tupon moe as adiniastrator of said deceased.
31 ATI LDA D OHY, Adm'or.
F'eb 11 tt 6 *
i LL gersons intdebeted tee the Estate of William*
1. H. Thur:mond, dee'd., are requested to make
p,:ment to the udersigned. A nd those h~avin~g
denl::nt:ds; against the same will pire~ent thenm aeco:'
ng to lawi.
PL R.\.S\ NT D. T1! IU R!OND, Adm'r.
LIIAl.VE aiponte~d Jlohn ihuiet my Agent to
I tesn,:et :dilnbsiness rebitingc to the hEstate eof
Mthur Irzier. dee'. . A1 p~as indebted to iih.
I'..ta:e wdll manke iedit:/JWc pamn to lhim:.:mnd:
h::ims~ d,.1,n ta ngi~ ainast the l'state will render' that m .
- ropetly ::tte'~tt-d to hinm. Sir. hi uiet's aoddreas is
A dm's. on Hztn'e of .\. Dozier, d~ e'd.
D'.e 10) I dh 4S
p ~inal~ iNoice.j
SI. Pe~ ni. havin; :ay dlemands naainst the
i - a onrt :a W htitle. deced., aire her<-hyv
noIi 1 it :h peir at ithe Ordlinmy 's Otiire,
.*n Tte.day I mb:l .\u rext. i$'57.'t:is the' Aidraiin
-tra.t.r Uit-nds to ,t:k a tt 'n:i stttlem:e'nt of the
at:: on at Any.. A tl11:', .n nnyies.' indebitd,
aet n-gue. tad t., .e::le up feirthtwith:.as lun;:er indul
I ance ei'tiae' i -.:
II .\ i 'aiELL~ WhilTTLE, Adm'r.
STiATEi' OFI S( lY'PII CAROL.INA.
I ~ IN EQUI1T.
TOIKis h, re'hy givon to a:ll and singular the
I I cre4.di,.rr of An rhur D)' zier deensed, uhose
alints shadi he* left tan-atislied by the Admeinistrator
o pre set end~ pre themili h: re mec on or before
the feurith Manalav in aarh text, on pain of becing
prieilnded fromt the bvnefit o1' the decree for dis
Give-n tuner: my hand at my office Dectember,
16th 1S85l. A. FlIlKINS, ce.E.E D.
I' c e. 24 3m 50
TIIIE STTE 01F SO!JT'l CAROLINA,
IN EQUI 2 3
CGeorge N ewhey nnid others.
TOJTIC E is hereby given to :ala inua the
L credit.'s of .\iritim Newby deceased, to pre.
se-it und perove their respective demands before me
eon or before the fomrth alonday in Mlarc'h next, on
p:iin of beint& prtieluded fromn the benefit cf thme
de cree for distributton.
Civen under' my hand at my office this I6th De
ecnmber. 185. A. SINIKINS, C E.E ii.
D~ec 24 3m :i0
State of' South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, *
Sarah Natncy Quarkss,
s. W. Oardner.
NOTICE is hereby given: to all and singnlar thmo
creditors at Sterlinig Quarhes, deceased, to pre-*
sent their claims duly nuthetiticated to my Office
prior to the fourith ihlonday in: March, 1857, oter
wise theyv will be preluded.
Giveni under' my hand at moy Office, this 15th
Di e 15h85 i .;f.9
4LL peron having demantds again:st the. i
1k tate of Elijah Langley. dee'd. are regnested to
present then: to the undierbigned propetly a:ts-tedl
onm or before thea 10th day of April next, u:- their
stid claims wdll be exclnded.
TITEOIDORE FlSl1ER. A
IT EZEKIAHI BURNETT. d"i'n i.
Jant. 5th 1S57, 3m*m 52
S~panish& Jack, Don Lopez.
A LL piersons who have g.ven their not. s to us
on accounmt of our d.\CK. are r'equested to at
tende to the samte withou~t delay. Those v., we
accoun:. will also attte'nd to thte same.
G.ID. & R. T. hila S.
Nov. 5 ti 43
B LISS' etlebratedl I YSPEPTIC RI~EIIsY.
Readi that long adve ticementen ano.ii-r ..oI
un. For sale by
1DR . A. G. & T. J. TEAGUEJ.
ln dv4 a 43