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.EATH OF Miss M. C. CALnoN.-We regrel
to learn the death of this lady.
" Departed this life, on Saturday, the 2d inst., at
the residence of her brother, Col. William L.
Calhoun, in Abbeville District, Martha Cornelia
Calhoun, in the 31st year of her age.
" The deceased was the youngest daughter of
Mrs. Floride Calhoun and the late John C. Cal
houn. Her death was very sudden and unexpect
ed to her friends ; but she met her fate with that
calm and resigned spirit which characterized the
death of the true christian. She was a commu
nicant of the Episcopal Church, and we cannot
doubt is now realizing the reward of a well spent
life. The deceased was a lady of marked in
telligence, and was strongly characterized by
amiability and mildness of disposition. She
died, we think, without an enemy.
" We would not add a fulsome eulogy on the
character of the deceased, as this would be un
necessary to those who knew her, and would but
disparage her true worth with those who did not
Dist, at his father's residence, on Friday the
24th April, EDMUND P., youngest son or A. J.
and E. HUNsEa, aged 5 years, I1 months and 14
days. EDDY was an obedient, all'etionate and in
teresting child, and by his amiable and kind dispo
sition had endeared himself to many. R.
g ' The friends of Capt. W. C. MORAGNE re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Briga
dier General of the 2d Brigade of Infantry, 1st
Division S. C. M., to fIll the vacancy occasioned
by.the resignation of Gen. J. R. Wever.
g Wa are authorized by the friends of Maj.
W. L. IIODGES,toannounce him asaCandidate for
BRIGADIER GENERAL, of the 2d Brigade of
Infantry, ]st Division, S. C. M., to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of Brig. Gen. Wever.
g THE Friends of Maj. DAVID L. SHAW,
respectfully nominate him as a candidate for COLO
NEL 7th Regiment, S. C. M., to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of Col. HARRIsoN.
g0 WE are authorised by the friends of Capt.
LEVI LYBRAND to announce him as a Candi
Jate for MAJOR of the Upper Batalion, S. C. M.,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
TnE next 5th Sabbath Union meeting of the 4th
Division of the Edgefield Association will be held
with the Church at Big Stephens' Creek, commen
cing on Friday the 29th of May. Introductory
Sermon to be delivered by the Rev. S. P. Getzen.
Rev. D. D. Brunson, alternate.
Query.-Should the present version of our Scrip
lures be revised. S. P. GETZEN, MOD'R.
GEO. W. NixoN; Clerk.
As this is the season of the year when worms are
most formidable among children, the proprietors of
M'Lane's Verumifuge, Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh.
bog leavo to call the attention of parents to its virtues
for the expelling of these annoying, and often fatal
enemies of children. It was invented by a physician
of greab experience in Virginia, who, after having
used it for several years in his own practice, and found
its success so universal, was induced at last to offer it
to the public as a cheap but certain and excellent med
icine. It has since become justly popular throughout
the united States, as the most efficient Vermifuge
ever known, and thc demand has been steadily on thme
increase since its first introduction to the public.
pCP Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED YERMIFUGJE. mann
factured by FLEMaING Bnos. of Pittsburg, Pa. All
other Vermifuges in coumparison are worthless. Dr.
McLane's genuine Vermuifuge, also his Liver Pills.
can now be haud at G. L. PENN'S Drug Store. NOnS
genuine writhout the signature of Fleming Bros.
May 13 lt-(5)_ IS
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
This unparalelled preparation is receiving mnore tes
timonisls of its wonderful efficacy in remnoving pain.
than any other medicine ever offored to thme publie;
andl these testimonials conme froam lersons of every de
gree of intelligence and every rank of life. Physi
cians of the first respectability, and perfectly conver
sant with the nature of diseases and remedies, have
recommended this as one of the most effectual in their
line of preparations for thme extinctionm of paain).
The Pain Killer is used internally and externally, nc
cording to the nature of the compalaint. It hams been
found to be an excellent remedy for sudden Colds.
Coughs, Fevcr and Ague, Asthma anda Phthmisie, Paina
in the Head, Kidney Complaints, Piles, llheninatir
Conmplaints, Druises and Sores, Severe Burns, Canker,
Biles and Ringworms, Weak Stomach andi Genmeral
Debility, Painter's Colic, Broken Breasts. Bowel Comn
plaint and Dysentery, Cholerai, Liver Coamplaint, Dys
pepsia, Toothache, &c., &ce.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine.
Mayla 2t la
LOOK EERE, FRENDS AND PATRONS.
We are ever anxious to sell our Goods andl particu
larly ro to accommodate our customers in Edgefiehd
District, a great many of whom stop in Hlamburg to
5:11 theis cotton and buy their groceries, andl conse
quently find it inconvevient to get their packages oaf
Dry Gonods taken from Augusta to Hamburg. Now.
this is what we will do: Every one who may have
the kindness to patronise our House may rest assured
t'ist we will deliver their Goods in Hamburg FnEE OF
CuIAnIGE. at a moments warning.
ph We respectfully solicit an examination of our
sto~ck, and prices, which we are confident cannot he
excelled in Augusta.
g|| Orders frota our friends in Edlgefieldl will lae
put up in a manner that will give satisfaction.
BitO0M & NORRELL.
May f, tf 17
C oncordia Lodge, No. 50, A. F. M~
A Regular Communication of this
SLodge will be held at their NEW
11 ALL, in the Odd Fellows & Mia
sonic Building, oan Saturday evening.
the 16th~ inst., at 7 o'clock.
By order of
E. BLAND, W. Ml.
D. R. DlcaisoE, See'ry.
h.lay 13 __ it 18
F U RNISH IN G.
WMI. 0. PRICE & (C0.,
M~ay 15, 2am 18
1) V irige of sundry writs of Fieri Faeias to mel
~dileet:i1, I will proced tao sell at Edgelielad
(ourt IlIo~~ge. on the first Monday ill -1UIlun anxt, the
fqlawigag property ip the folalo i-acass, to wit:
I'lasanlt Searles anid Kliinmgtn Searles VS Mi. WV.
IUcs, One Ne~gro girl Fain.
daohn Robetsona vs Franlcis Ownsby, One negroa
Terms CashI. -.JA M E EIDSON, s.E II.
May 12 1857 3t IS
r j11 KR K will be a meeting aaf the Membeors of
I.thme Edga field Lyceumn on Thursday the l4thm
inst , at the Odda Fellows' & Mlaion e Illall, at I1
o'clock. l'unctual attendlance isa requal std as buri
ness <.f inmportance will be broaught before the
Lyceum. Bv ordler of the Presiadent.
'U. RUFUS-DEAN, Sec'y.
May 15 __ __I t 18
A Lpesn indeabted to the Estatof Eizabet
zmnt--and those having denmlads algalinlt thme saame
are reqjuestedl tao make thlem knaawn taa th - under
signead. SAMPSON SUJLLI\'A N, Aadm'r.
May 17 3t 18_ I
Myackrel I Myackrel!
T ~HOSE wishing FINE FisH1, inspecetedl and
Jpacked where they are caught,oaf all siza s and
numbhers, call on S. E. BOW ERS, A gent.
naumhurw. Jan. 6th 1857. if 52
That Seldom presents Itself.
B EING desirous of removing to some place in
the Village, or at least near it,-on account of
business engagements-I offer for sale my place
three and a half miles from Town on the Columbia
Road. It contains
The improvements are on a scale of neatness,
order and convenience seldom equalled.
The Granite Spring alone is worth $500, and
there are others like it all over the place.
The DWELLING is somewhat in the Cottage
style-mo~t of it new, all of it entirely sound ; and
its situation is admitted by all to be one of the most
beautiful in the District.
Upon the place, there is a TEN-PIN ALLEY
carefully and solidly constructed. Also, an orna
mental FISH POND, some 90 feet in diameter,
the pond being circular.
In short it is one of the most healthful and most
beautiful places in the District.
UgPrice $20 per acre, not a cent less. And
whoever may purchase would not take $25 per acre
after living on it a month.
May 13 3t 1 8
TRIAL OF MARTIN POSEY !
W E have on hand and for sale a few hundred
copies of the Trial of MARTIN POSEI
Murder of his Wife, Matida H. Posey,
Negro Slave Appling,
Being an interesting pamphlet of about 75 pages,
givi.:g a true and exact account of a crime com
mitted in Edgefield District in 1849, and which
resulted in the conviction of the said Posey of
murder in the first degree, for which offence he
suffered the extreme penalty of the law on Friday.
Feb. 1st, 1850.
Persons desirous of procuring this record of past
days and dark scenes should call at once.
gW For sale at this Ollice. Price, 15 cents per
copy, or two copies for 25 cents. Two copies sent
by mail, to one address, for 25 cents.
.April 20 tf 16
GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMERS!
STRAW AND FEED CUTTERS!
T H ESE CUTTERS are of very superior quality
and have given entire satisfaction to all who
have tried them. They are very simple in their
'construction, and of great durability. Farmers
would do vell to send on their orders in time, to be
ready for the Oat crop. They can be supplied at
the very low price of Fifteen Dollars, Cash.
For sale by E. PENN, Agent.
May 13 tf 18
Octagon Burial Cases!
'HE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
residence in the Village of Eduefield, a large
amsortment of this new'style of METALIC BU
RIAL CASES. of beautiful form, and finished in
perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASES are now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning,:% fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufacture, and of all sizes, prices and qjualty.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefield, May 13 tf is
EDGEFIELD SQUAD.0OF GAVALRY,.
EDG EFIELD C. H., Slay 10, 1857.
ORDE R, NO
[N Pursuance of an order from J. C. Man-rax,
ILient. Col. commanding, the EDGEFIELD
SQUA DRON of Cavalry is hereby airdered to be
and appear at Edtzelield C. HI., aan Saturday the 23d
inst, armed and equipped as the law directs foir
dtrill andl review.
The Commiissioned and non-Commissioned OlD
eers are ordered to assemible the day previn fear
dIltl and instruction. S. S. TfO-\PKINS, Ma.j.
iMla 1y 2t 8S
7-ru ItEGIM3ICN T. S. C. M1.,
Cnvis' Ca EK, .May 12, 1857.
I N (obCeinc ta an ardler fram Getn. Sumrrnm. an
Electiaon will he hel.1 tat the Old We:Is aan Sat
m-day the- 13tha of Jutne necst. for BitIGADIK''l
(GENEBR.\bL of the i2nd Brigzade oaf Infiantry 1et
Il)ivisona. M. C. SI., to fill the vacancy occasioned by
tihe resignmeationm af Ib;ig. Gen. Wever.
Lieut.s F. SI. C'aleman andl W. Mlays will assist
me ia managmng the election.
1). L. SIIA W, Lieut. Col.
iy 1:1 5t I8
ABBEVILLE C. 1U.,
MlA v 7th, 1857.
ORDlER, NO -
WA? ILI.IAM3 G REGG, Ja., has been apapited
VT anal commiiissioned Divisiaon Inspector Gene
ral with the ratnk of Lieut. Caloanetl, anad will Le
obeyed and resp~ected accordingly.
By order of Maj. Gen. A. M. SMIITIL.
W. L. C., tnot's, Div. A dj't Gen'l.
May 15 2t I8
State of South Carolina,
B EFOR E mte, L EWIS CULBRIE ATH, a Mar
istrate of~ said District. persoanally appeared
Abigal Abney, widow of William Abney, dee'od.,
who was a soldier in thme war of 1812, anal John
Quattle-bum, A gent for the said A bigal A bucy, in
her effort tao obtain the Bounty Land to whieb she
was entitled for the service of her said service as
aforesaid; and after being duly sworn, depoateth
and sayeth, that application was made to the De
partment, of the ln:eriotr for Bounty Lanai as afore
aaid, number 138,048, for which they have been
informmed bay thte Department, that a Land Wmrrant
for one hundred anal sixty (100) acres, was issued
and sent to SI. epy Creek P. O., Edgefleld District,
S. C., which said deponents say they never have
received, sulal, assigned, nor voluntarily dispaosed of,
drectly or itmdireetly ; and for a duplicate warrant
they intend to apply tao the Departtment in due fornm
of law. her
ABIG AL X A BNEY,
J. QUATTLES~UM, Agent.
Sworn to and subaseribed before me, the 2d May,
1857. LEWIS CULB3RE ATII, u.E D.
TH E STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
B)EFOR E tae personally appeared Joasephi Grif
Lthth andl .lesse Cobtb, and made oath, that the
aove inaed A bigal Abney andl J. Quattlebum are
te idenil~ persons they represent thaemslvesa to
be in the foresoing affidavit or caveat; and that they
have full conlidenee in the correctness of said de
positi.,n. JOSEPH GRIFFITH,
Swornt to before me, the 2d Mlay 1857.
I L EWIS CULB3RE ATHI, a Magistrate int and
Sfor the I istrict aforesaidJ, d4 hefeby certify
that the affidavits in this case are by credible pepqns
anda wIhose declarations are entithkd to full foith and
credit. Witnesst my hanad the date first above
writtena. L.E WIS CU LBR E A'TH, M.E.D.
THlE STrATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
T THO3. G. BACON, Ch-rk aaf the Court of
.Commnon Pletas anad General Sessionts aof paid
District, do heteby certify thnat Lewis Cullbreath
who.<e signatute appears above in his own hantda
writing, is. anid was at thme time of signing, a Mlag
istraet.- itt atnd fear said District, whoma hnas assigneLd
the raoll-book kept itt my Office for that purpose;
and itat all his official acts as such, are ent:tled to
full faith and credit.
Given unmder mny hand and senl of Ollige, mit
-Edgeield Cottrt Ilotise, ihis Ilith day aif May, A,
D., 1857, anal of A meria Itnde-pendlence the Slat,
TII0S. G. B ACON, Clk. C. P.
May 15 6t 18
Mtore Hides I M~ore Rides !
WI IL L be takenc at thec Subscribe r's Tnmnerv. for
Vniehl Fifteen Cents per pound n"ill ha paid'
for all goud Hlides, in barter for leather or shoes.
M. W. CLARY.
Mayr 20 17
SWAN & Uu1S LOTTERIES,
C APITAL PRIZE
"'C'E.ET OZTIs"" $1O
Owing to the great favor with which our Single
Number Lotteries have been received by the pub.
lie, and the large demand for Tickets, the Mana
gers, S. SWAN & CO., will have a drawing each
Saturday throughout the year.
The following Scheme will be drawn in each of
their Lotteries for May, 8l57.
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public,on
Saturday, May 16th, 1857.
CCa 'me Goa
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
- Saturday, May 23d, 1857.
(En .me sem
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
Satuiday, May 30th. 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
More than one Prize to every Ten Tickets.
Jh~ag:lce.t Och3eme !
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN MAY!
1 prize of..........$50,00 Is............... 1000
Sprize 0........... 20,1100 h 20,11
1 prize of . 1044 is...........10,0..
I prize or . 10,410is .................10,000
I prize of....... ,000 is............. 5,5,0
1 prize or........5,0(0 ............. 5,5,0
i prize of.......510I9............... 551,0
1 prize or........2,5 Is.............. 2,25)
1 prize of.......2500 ............. 2,2,5
1 prize of....... 2,500 I .............2.51si
I prize of.......... 2,50) Is...............2.50
1 prize of........2 0ii ............. 2.500
1 prize of.......... 2,500 is .............2,50
1 prize of....... 1,0(1 is............... ,1,000
1 prIze of..........11000 Is .............1,'0
1 prize of....... ,000 is.............,000
1 prize of.......1,00 is............. 1,600
1 prIze of............ 1,000 is ............. 1100
100 prizes of........ 100 arc...........100141
100 prizes of ........ 50 ar..................$5,000
4 Prizes of 22 Approx'ting to s.50,000 Prize are...$900M
4 PIzes of 1.0 . . . 20,000 Prize ..... .040
8 Prizes of SO i. 10,000 Prizes are... 010
12 Prizessof 50 .. 5,000 Pri. ar... 0610
24 Prizes of 30 As 94 2,500 PrIzes are... 72.4,
20 Pr.zes.of 20 . . 1,000 Prizes ar... 500
3.010 Prizes of 20........ ...................54i,000
3,290 Prizes aunttg to..................$204,000
Whole Tickets 810; Hsives 85.; Quarters 82,50.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from I to ,000, corresponding with those
Numbers; on the Tickets printed on separate slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tubes, aind placed In one wheel.
The first 21S prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed In anuothmer wheel.
The wheels arc then revolved, a.nd a number Is drawn
from the wheel of numbers and at tlie same time a prize is
drawn from thieother wheel. The number and prize drawn
ot are opened and exhibited to the audience, anm4 re~cis.
tered by the Conmmissoners; the lprize being placed against
tmenumber drawn. This operationt Isrepeated unitil all time
prizes are drawn out.
Approxtialtiol Prlzes..-Th two precedin. a.. d
the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing ttme frst 1,%
Prizes will be eiititted to the T2 Approximation Prizes, Hc
coring to the Scheme.
Th'ie SAM4)1 Prizes of $20 will be dlhriinfud by the lhot
trure of the No. whielh ,rairs the4ij. or exunp.,if e
N.. drawing the 50.15101.rize ends with No. 1. th.. .ll .ie
TikeL where the iimer ends In 1 wll be emtileil to $2iI
If the 'Number endls with Number 2, tlien all the Tickets
where the Nunber enls i a will be entitled to $2.10, amd so
CETIFICATS OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
f4llwIng raes, w hich Is the risk :
Cerlifes of l'ickage of a..4 Whole Tickets . $S0
Certiate of Skage of t "1 Hal Tickets ......are.... 41
Certileate orie of ten Q0.. rter . .i.ke.s... ......------ 0
Cerit izlate of takage often ...ight. Ticket.. ...... ... I
In Orilerlik- Tickets or Certertscates,
EieiNub the m n 1 to our a corefs fir theTicket wirdr.
o receipt uf which they %-Ill be forwarded by first nil.
'umbreiers can have Tikets endiig n epaiiy figue they ay
~'Terled with smllati tubs an lcd 1'in onel whe
Tedi t 1 rlies simiary prined andencircrediare
ThewhPrees e itene ite thei a nmbes lawni
arom thie wheelr of~ nubrIn a11c ihmt t amei tmeapze
traw~n mtoher whiteel. Thae iubrans rz drawmiztdi: nulii
ull are opene ddciie oteadene n.rg
lte numbri~ drawn This14 opaii n isuLr peated muntiily allte
pii iaung.tiirizes arirano tt.ieu'~itu fiit as
Approxiimaiii~itio i P re.-The itwo prectiingam
the Adwo 'sucedguers o ikL torsedrwin te rs l
Piewilbenitor the S ApprNoximtoere, Ie
sording tof ti mSchemerta r rw f~mtewel
iTh he ai,00mu0 P~ herize$2 wili bedtemined iy nthei tas,
will ireorthet whch atlrawsthe$5rwin. For texft.plegifthe
at s.u awings 50.(N M,,rzhend w~ith . .ChitarlIst'n
~if tir, Nmberei ith uberi' 2,mit tealtheer Tee
Dison. to fC -atesi
oloin res, whic SPAN th risk:I, n
ertient of L' a ge a of tnt ll i ik e.......4
prilt of, 1'eaeofS uEg5hTce7...... In1
LnOr eg l T Nkeortifce
Ele temoc~n woiou addres forthe Thcet oraleral
lurcer can hate Tics endolicg in any fiue they vmay
lesgntel., I~.P A I~E
pidTLi Draw Nubr15iPrzswHb
G:-'ucasr wiY pl)TIeaS) bwr let e t oaue inin.
tgu;-i~tieibe thaeey riz iow rvnn utir pnnlen
he iaing-ittherires atthe u im of th irtyudlyc.
Asi youngco candiiats orl plcfavoriat.
Dry' Gods Trder, they dckets aerfittng topo
whcrte izt.n to dAN, Mintoery, b Ablet.
gj"' Aaitag of th e nutuber d thallawn rathe mwhets.
by Ithen amsun o thaize toa doc sone intendil tol
Tol leero tabiheatr ey raing. len the anmowinuttp
wrs.-.'ews Oan Ie..lboole udal ter eChares
and, sscnseq. uene. \ttandt intelgericr. Ne
mork e~ly itye, a utneztrovioas 3toe Newst
Diso belieuto of h Co-Partniers h sn rnuip
bMespersonw. dsu WePANN en AA REDIN th
tracices f La oads cquity isdiso fllyved. h
Amounts 18,v 1857. wicw thiukwil15til
InTiEdrsin ed hus wiltl ciured the serAiCe
TIfCa oft e Lperienc d purcUaTr, oni wisidi
-ortal aon, davte his ei olenergppiesto t'e sel's
ionof ur tock bohAfrthray Sav anh.a
auto RAn Y&TURLE ,(such ft~ l ces ~r~isors go
stle maYb binleS.) beglvetoin sc aiiisfor
electlig tadhyao receiving oureirglareW
Atiti ~e rld nStn in Gassergthatrwe can Brell
ostr, P er i AugustaG.towihhe woul thepect.
ltd invitey thoe enin fthe ubll. st
giveyusna faidsfr tra. ubllneaine for in the
sDlry Goods wille tey freey shois atn olyonr
positiv pric maked.ontelaig rnilsuo
Wehichldheyain mto eectfully inoite abhe to
taeanti ag te of~i terO and allinthe mO r Sokt.
by avng as ahad ojdo so, weitedtosl
ENTCOELY FOREN CASHLR,
l'o veryonetherby avin a 3ea, the8 nnu.
Td losses coneqent uion o Caval ytm wiaecin
bosal e a mustl appear obvSaurday the most
iitynexrienceDll ands losevine. neshv
bie ersonmwii dispute. We inen-omiRiEDON
,er pril c onh godst poreiodin forrll tonth
an Sdditio To rthsis ceharegsecured the sevie
ionthis ondderot hisei e ~nerie tn hesee
Theo Offers tof bth tfo r requred tanah attn
etin ev in u unihrmn. s agisngo
Btlsmy ee obtane. it sC. fAciRTINsfo
selctig N otecicegoreua Th suplew
tin wersotnsi nasse tn th atwe can oell
Goodsan HEA, SrP deceaind, pgustas tohiydatbe
ard qinrnhed in thke Umndion. pAymet as ir-t
gieumses arendrit nCsaryan txaine thtfortio-ur
hel gsoods wlbestle ureely on A pronsyhane
Weg wdes again mst repecsfullyEivte ilhreet
themntof the pdubimtctto in xamnator ofou law.
' G.RN A EN&YR A EY,
SEO MR. W.N CAY. RY
A yu. 30 187
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
New Store in the New Building.
W ILLIAIM B. IIUDSON takes great
peasure in announcing to the citizens of
Edgefield Village and District, (especially the La
dies) that ho is now receiving and opening in the
largo Store Room under the Masonic & Odd Fel
lows' all, an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Of RICH and HRAUTIFUL GOODS, compri
sing every article usually offered in a well conducted
Village Store. His shelves will be well ladened
with an excellent and fashionable variety of
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Trimmings, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons,
Jewelry, Gloves, Hosiery, Yankee
Notions, Domestic Goods, Hats,
flaps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery & iardware,
&c., &c., &c.
The above Stock of Goods are all direct from the
finest importing houses in Charleston and New
York, and as they were bought oi good terms will
be disposed of at astonishingly LOW PRICES. All
I ask is an examination of my Goods and prices. I
know what will be the result.
WM. R. HUDSON.
Edgefield, April 29 tf 16
For the Spring and Summer of 1S5%
B C. BRYAN, at the Brick Store, ever
e on the alert for the pleasure and comfort of
his many kini and generous customers and friends,
has just returned from Charleston with a large and
general assortment of MAGNIFICENT DRY
GOODS, which have been selected with great care
as to quality, and he flutters himself with much taste
as to the style and beauty of his Goods, and which
are well adapted to the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE!
Confident of rendering satisfnction to all who may
favor him with their patronage, he urgently requests
the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefield to give his
Stock an examination and judge for themselves.
Among the many beautiful articles in his
Ladies' Dress Goods Department,
-May be found
Fancy and Plain Black SILKS ;
Plain and Figured BAREGlS ;
Crape DePARIS, Black and Colored;
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Pink, &c.;
Printed Jacouet and Organdie !luslins ;
Jaconet, Swiss, Nansook and Mull Muslins;
Fine French, Scotch and English Ginghams;
English and American Prints;
White and colored Stella SITA WLS
A fine Lot of MANTILLAS ani TA LM AS;
Dress TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, &e., in great
variety and new styles ;
1;ONNETSand Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
beauty are without comparison;
White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS;
Parasols, Fans, &c., &c., &e.
-A L S O
Just opened and for sale cheap a good stock of
Russia, Scotch and iluckaback Diapers and Tow
Irish Linen aid Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Brown and Bleach Table Damasks';
Bleached and Brown Sih tings and Sheetings
Osnaburgs and Stripes, Bed Ticking;
Plaids, Cheeks, Jeans, Linen Drills, &c., &c.
A fine lobt Leghorn, Pansiana and Straw.
Boots and Shoes,
Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children.
roceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&c., &c., &c.
IT Goods sold iery low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
SApri 1 . if 12
NEW SPRING & SUMMER
EPENN, A gent, is daily receiving fro.m
. e ork aid Charleston, hi- Stock or
3oods for the Sprinig and Summer trade.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
A mong his Dress Gasls nmy be found a varied andl
iaiiiielnt nssortmaenit If
liareges, Cal~s.4, lich 1Barege Robess,
U li Pl:sin andss Viguredl Silks. P'rinated Organdies,
'rinsted'. .Jineanett<, lianutirul lirillinntas,
Msace~ster, seial :sh s a )n omstic (;ingams,
A tinie stocek of tStal~a Shaswls, Scarfs, ?lastillas,
hlloop saud Emnbroislersed Skirts, &c., &c.
English and American Prints.
A large and unusually handsome nasortmenat of
Lsnlish and American Prints, of every style, price
\ very desirable Stoek of all kinads of White
GJsods, consisting in psart of
Piniin Chaeeks and stripevd Swiss,
.laeonsaet sands Nasook .luslins,
Swisas and Jaconet Trimmnings and Uhands,
Muslin and Lace Colbears, Undersleeves and Sctts
for Ladies, Misses and Ch~sdren.
f every description, and at very reaisonable prices.
Bonnets, Ribbons and Trimmings.
\ superb ass ,rtmaent of the latest. neate.-tsa ansmst
ashsi znble lIoknnets, together with za uanique sehs
ia of the most baewitching Bonnet ltibaans andi
Flowers thaat ha. ever be en opened in, this Town.
Also, lAidies' lDress Trimmainigs, selected with
e greatest enre in reg:ardl to tatste and qjuality.
Gloves and Hosiery.
A very large anid choice supply just received and
pened for inspection.
Parasols and Fans
Of the most improved and' convenient styles-some
if them riech ad rare, unid sill beautiful.
The attention of ceustomewra is invited to examine
my stock of Shoes, wh'eh will lie foundl large~ and
desirable, andi at prices that will glve entire satis
Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery,
And a great variety of useful and orniamenital arti
les not necessary to enuamerate.
gg The public ate respectfully invited to call
and examine my Stock.
E. PENN, Agent.
Mar 25 tf II
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
C H RISTI1E & H URULBER T,
T HE Subscribers offer for sale at tilte Qhla stand
of R. I. Sulliyan, a~ CHQICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articlas in thteir line. They have
made arrangements tn keep theit H~ouse slipplied
with the BEST~ A RTICI.ES, from the BERST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASIl, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
eription will be furnished to order on short notice.
A pril 22 tf 15_
DRUGS, 1MEDICINES, &Ca
D R S. A . G. & T...T E AOGUE,rspeet
fully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just receil el their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &e.
And will be pleased to wait tipon all who may favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allowv us to gIve a Catalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines, &c. Suf
fie t to say, we have the F UL L ESTand
MOST COMPL ETE Stock ever
otTred itn this place.
Edgeleld C. II., Maiy 23 tf 19
CA LHOUlN WVHSKEY !
U tST Received Ten Cases of Superior CA L
HOUN WHISKEY, which is gutaranteed
by the Agent to be a pure unadulterated article.
Put up in Cases of one dozen Bottles expressly for
S. E. BOWERS, A gent.
Ha.burg, April 8 tr 13
SPRING GOODS iS7.
DICKEY & PRIBBS,
A RE opening this morning a large and magnifi
cent stock of Spring and Summer D R Y
G OO D S, to which they invite attention. The
Ladies are respectfully solicited, before purchasing,
to call and examine their assortment of Dress Goods,
which comprises the latest varieties in style and de
sign, having been selected from the choicest stocks
of the New York and Northern markets, and will
be sold very cheap.
Ricb Silk Flounced ROBES, with Fringes;
Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS;
Bisebofi Black SILKS;
Gros de Rhine "
Rich Bluck and Col'd Brocade SILKS;
" Organdie ROBES;
Very fine Plain and Plaid CHALLI, all colors;
Challi and Barege ROBES, Plain and Printed;
Printed MUSLINS and Muslin ROBES, all
French and English PRINTED JACONE7S,
Black and Co\'d CRAPE MARETZE and BA
Black and Col'd Printed GRENADINESand
Plain and Plaid CRUVELLIS and LUSTRES;
Plain and Printed BAREGES;
DEBEIGES. from 121 to 37je.;
Fine French, Senteh and English GINGHAMS,
French, English and American PRINTS, wide
and narrow :
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Blue,
Printed BRILLIANTS, Chintz and Colors;
Bi'k. White and Colored Challi and Berage
SCARFS, with Satin Stripes and Plaid ;
White and Colored Stella, Cashmere and Berage
Silk and Lace TALMAS and SCARFS, all col
ore. in great variety and very cheap;
White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS,
White and Colored;
100 dozen Swiss and Jaconet COLLARS, from
12 ets. to $6;
Swiss and Jaconet SETTS. very cheap;
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES, in setts,
very low ;
Black, Bugle and Mourning COLLARS;
Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS, Plain,
11cm Stitched and Embrdidered, cheap;
Ladies and Misses' White and Colored Cotton
Gents and Boys' Brown, White and Fahey Half
Ladies and Misses' White and Colored Lisle
Ladies, Gents and Misses' Kid, Silk and Lisle
Ladies and Gents White and Light Colored Kid
Black Lace MITTS, Long and Short
Ladies and Gents Black and Kid GA UNT
DRESS TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, &c., in
great variety and new stylets;
Russia. Scotch and iuckaback DIAPERS and
Irish LINENand Linen LA WNS, very cheap;
Brown and Bleached Table DAMASKS, by the
10-4. 12-4 and 14-4 Brown and White TABLE
Emborsed TABLE COVERS, all colors:
Bleached and Br'n SHIR TINGS and SHEET
INGS. every brand :
COTTONAD ES, BED TICKINGS, FLAN
NELS, PLAIDS. CH ECKS. JEANS;
Linen DRILLS. Plain, W hite, Brown and Fan
cv BOMBAZINES. Plaid, Drap l)Ete and Last
ing CLOTIHS. &c. &c.
Aunugta, April 29 1857 tf 16
LEONARD SMITH'S VENTILATING
T H IS Miichine combines all the cleansing quali
tie-s that can be brought to bear on any G rain
in cleansintg. It is decidedly the best Mlachine for
thoroughly cleansing Grain now in use. Every one
of these lachines that hasr been put in operation
(recording to the directions) have given perfect
satisfattiotn. For working w~ell, safetyv and dura
bility, as well as simp~licity or the manner in which
they are pot in 0; eration,, they surpass aill Smutters
that have ever been invenited.
It is uneedless to multiply words, as the Mlachine
and the iiatny Certificates from practical men of' its
superior qualily. is recommendatiotn suflicient.
cr These MSiclhines are made and scld by
L UN3RL DSMITil, Patentee and Owner, Trsuy
ggrIA-r the sente2 of prices or other information
onerning thlis Smiut MAachinme, adldress
C. II. K EMMEY, Agent,
Ilamnhurr, S. C.
Rrerrascs.-W. L. Craleimn, Edi~at Mills;
G. M1. Wever, EdgerieldI S. C.; ML A. Suliivana,
Tumbling Shoals, rand J. Y. L. Partlow, Parthow's
Mlay 6 tf 17
Cotton Gins and Thrashers,
L L T~anters who wish to procure COTTON
I. GINS ad TilR ASilERfS of th, best pecr
formance, aind made of' the be-t materials, can be
stpplied by applying to thte subscriber, either per
soially or by letter.
All who favor me with their custom are pheased,
and those who apply to me hereafter, shaill have
io cause to comiluin if'-l shatll'ho as successful in
my ell'rts as I have been heretofore. Address,
TII0S. K. CH A PM. AN,
Coleman's X Roatds, Edgehield Dist., S. C., or
LAW R ENCE JOlHNSON, Agent,
Edgelield C. 11.
trch 11 tf 9
T1 HE Undersigned retpeetfi tly inlorms thre farm
ers and Pignlers of Edgefield District, that
he u rpw traz-elhin~g thrroughr the District, for thre
purpse' of doing the BLACKS.\ITI.IING of all
who may entrtust their work to him. Hie exeoutes
his work in a worlsman-like manner, with des
patch, and hr a btyle thant invariably gives .satisfac
zion. Pcrsons \vislhng to enge my services, will
plese address mev throghl te mail at Edgefield C.
. Their letters will receive pronmpt attention.
gy My harges atre $1 ,50 per day, Cash.
L. W. BARNES.
ay 6 2t ____ 17
T lIE Firm of LEIGil & TUCKER is this dat
dissolved by nmutual consenit. Either partj
is allowed to use the naame o>f the Firmu in sett ing up
their business. JOllN L EIGH,
Edgefeld, A pril 18' 1857. 4t 16
"CALL UP TO THE CAPTAIN'S OFFICE
IN consequence or thre disastrous fire of the 12th
inst., the business of the late firn of LE1GH
& TUCKER must be settled forthwithr-and all
persons indebted scho wish to sase costs, can have
an oportunity for a few weeks of settling with our
Age, Mir. A. H urlbert, opposite Blantd & Butler's
Dry Goods Store, after which time the notes and
accounts unp~aid will be collected by laIw in the
shortest manner possible. LIr UKR
N. B.-AII persons having claims against the
late FIrm will please present them for adjustment.
A pril 29 4t 16
Ad iitao ' Notice.
LLPerons having claims against the Estate
.A. P. Coter, dec'd., will rernder in the same
properly attested-and all persons indebted to said
estate will make payments to the undersigned.
B. F. LOVELESS, Ad'or.
ay 6 3tm 17
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherif
of Edgefield at theensuing election.
g7 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate fior re-election foi
Sheriffcf Edg-field District.
U7 TnE Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherif
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res.
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., ol
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif ol
Edgefield District at the next election.
07 THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
gW THE Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing
OrThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an.
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
9 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
gg The k riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgelield District, at the entuing elec
07 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
MT The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. M AY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE Subscriber has opened an
Office immediately in rear of
the Court House, where he will at
tend to any business pertaining to his Profession.
Allen's Patent Teeth, Curvilinear Gum and Block
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
Put up in a style to please the most fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
can have it done by sending in their Plates at very
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round anl cilindrical
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement always at the completion of
July30 if 29
951L=3MXX.%Tr cis 0SU3WM 30
TOHN COLGAN takes pleasure in announ
cing to his friends and patrons, that he has
just retur'ed from Now York with a LARGE and
COMPLETE assortment of
Whick were selected from the Best Establishments,
ad with great care as to style and quality. This
Stock of Goods was purchased on good terms and
ure for sale Very Lowv for Cash, or to punc
I have also on hand1 a magnificent Stock of thet
finest and most fashionable CLOTHS, CASSi
M1ER ES, V EST INGS, &e , which I am prepared
o cut and maike up in a style that certainly will give
BT An examninatio'n of my stoek is respectfully
slicited before trading elsewhere. Bargains will
e offered. Try me ! JOHN COLGAN.
April22 tf '15
Bland & Butler's !
W E have received during the past andl pr n
Tweek, a L ARG E and M AGNiFICE NT
Alupted to the prese~nt and approaching season, to
which we invite the attention of the trading comn
runity. The Ladies are respectfully solicited be
fore making their purchases to call and examine our
DRESS GOODS, MANTILLAS, &o.,
Which comprises the latest varinties in style andl
design, having been selected by our Mr. BUTLERa
rm the chujerst Stocks of the New York and
other Northern markets, andl will be sold for
Small Profits~. Amnonc the
\ay be found Rihl Black Fleitnced Silk ROBES;
ieli Color ed Flounced ROBES;
Rtich Fancy Plaidi and Cheney SILKS;
SPlaid and Striped Foulard do
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro Dethine and Gro DeNaple Silks;
Plain Black SILKS. of various qualities ;
Rich Embroidered Barege Flounced ROBES;
Rich Organdlie andl Jaconiet dlo do
" " " MIJSLINS t
" French PrInted Cambrieks and Brilliants;
Plain and Figured SAVONS;
Prinited and Plain CIIA LLI ES, of all cidors ;
" BA RiiGES, 'I "
" Challie ROBES
Black and Co'ored MANTZE;
U ft BAREGES;.
Canton Cloths. Alpaccas mid Htombaziues;
English and French CR A PES;t
Jitaek and Colored GREN ADIES;
Cruvelli SILKS and Plain L.USTR ES;
Scoteh and Ailierieam GjIN GiIAMS;t
French, E~nglish and MAcrican PRINTS;
Silk and Lace MANTILLAS;
Barege and Muslin SCAltFS ;
Black Chanitilha SH AWl2 and MANTILLAS;
Silk and Lace T ALMAS;
White Cactus, Cord and Crown SKiRTS ;
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Mtarseiles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES weliave a large and mag
Real Lace SETTS ;
Black and White Crape SETTS
French worked Muslin CO LL AilS and Sleeves;
Embroidered. Hemsticehed and Corded IIAND
Muslin BANDS, in great varieties;
Pain, Plaid and Striped Swiss MUSLINS;
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES in setta;
Ladies and Misses Silk and Cotton HOSE;
o" Silk and Kid GLOVES t
" Buek and Kid Gauntlets;
" Black Lace MITTS ;
Dress TRIMINGS, Lining SILKS, &c.;
French and Rail Road CORSE'TTS;
A nd last, though not least a superb assortment
of what the Ladies term " PERFECT LOVES OF
BONNETS," for Ladies and Misses.
We have a nice lot of Linens, Bleached and Brown
Sheetings. Pillow Casings, Table Damask.,
Napkins, Towelings, &c.
FOR THE PAERES,
We have a complete assortment of Plain and Striped
Omnaburga, Marlboro Stripes and Plaids, Cot
tonades and Linen Drills fur men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, EOOTS, &c.
gg The community are re.'pectfully invited to
Inspect our Goods and prices. We feel confident
that we can-at least we mean to try to-please
every taste. BL AND &a BITLER.
Edgefield, A pril 1 if 12
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of JTames
S. Shadrack, dee'd., are earnestly regnested
to make immediate payment, and those having de
mands against the said Estate will render them in
properly attested. H. BURN ETI',A'
T. M. FISH ER. "d'Ut
Subscriber has just received and opened a
LARGE and FRESH Stock of
Groceries, Confectionary, kc,
Which have been ordered with care, and will be
sold an low as can.be af'orded. His Stock consists
in part of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Rica,
COLEMAN'S BEST FLOUR,
Mackerel, Cheese, Macaroni,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, FINE BRANDS,
Together with a full supply of every article in the
Grocery line.. In the
Candy and Confectionary Department,
May be found an excellent aysortment of Candies,
Fruits, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Dates, Citron,
Nuts of all kinds, Brandied and Preserved
Fruits, Pickles in abundance, Spices
of all description, Soda, Starch,
Soap, Candles, &a., &c.
Sugar, Wine, Soda and Butter Buiscuits & Crackers,
Fresh Salmon, Sardines. Clams and Lobsters,
Cod Fish, Dried Beef, Beef Tongue, &c.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Always on hand a splendid assortment, %hich In
regard to quality and flavor, cannot be. excelled in
the two States.
CHAWAIGNE WINES, OF ALL KINDS,
Byass' best Porter.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin, Rum, &c.,
Of every price and quality.
But the Subscriber deems it unnecessary to enu
merate further, as he flatter. himself that he has in
Store as complete a Stock of Goods as is usually
found in a well conducted Grocery Store.
g7 Give me a trial and be convinced.
Mar 4 tf 8
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
T HE Subscriber having opened a BO OT
AND S R 0 E MANUFACTORY
opposite the Post Office, respectfully announces to
the citizens of Edgefield Village and District, that
is he prepared to make to order any article in the
Boot and Shoe Business !
Having the best workmen in the District in his em
ployment and being a.practical workman himself
he feels warranted in saying that his work will be
done in the neatest and latest styles.
He has also on hand a large Stock of fine PUMP
SOLED and fine WELTED and DOUBLE Soled
BOOTS. Also, a stock of gentlemen and ladies'
SilOES-all of his own manufacture-which he
will sell for cash.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 tf 4
Assignee's Sale !
AS by an order of the Court I was made Assig
nee for H. R. SPANN, I will sell on Thurs
day the 14th May, at public sale, a fine lot of LAW
BOOKS and various other personal property con
sisting of articles of Husbandry and Household
Terms made known on the day of sale.
All persons are hereby notified that all sums due
to Messrs. Spann & Magrath must be settled in the
course of a month-or at least that portion which
belongs to Mr. Spann, as I must aecount for the
same. LEWIS JONES, Amignee.
April 29 t 18
A GOOD second hand BAROUCIIE, oapable
.of senting four persons andl a Coachman
comfortably. Can be closed all round so as to ex
elude bad weather and driver. l adnpted to a pair
of Horses. Well and strongly built. And will be
sold very low fur cash at my Store.
Apply to SAMUEL LANGLEY.
Aiken, A pril 27, St 16
Turkey Creek Land ror Sale.
T HE Subscrib~er.wishes to sell his tract ef iland
on Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter,)
containing SEVENTEEN HUNDRED ACRES.
I will ride over the place with anly person'desi
rous of purchasing, so that they may judge of Ita
There Is a small new llouseuponthe place, with
all necessary out buildings, good weflof water, &c.
Feb. 18 185 7 tf 6
ROUSE AND LOT F4IR SALE.
T H E Subset iber on'ers for sale his HOUSE andl
LOT in the ViI'age of Edgefield, consisting
of three acres, with every necenuary building on
the premises, well of excellent water, &e.
Terms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
Mar 4 t f 8
7-rH REGI.\ENT, S. C. M. ?
CuAv Es' CarEK Mar. 31, 1857. 6
ORDERS, NO -
BY Virtue oif an Order from Brig. Gen. Wavza,
this day reeeived, an election will- be held in
the 7th Regziment. S. C. M., on Friday the 15th
May next, for COLON E L, to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of Col. Hlaanusox.
By order of D. L. SIlA W,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C. M.
April 8 6:t 13
7-ru R EGlM ENT, S. C. M. )
CHAvrs' CREaK, AIpril 2, 1857. .j
O RDE RS, NO -
B Y Virtue of an order front Brig. Gen. Wrsa,
1)an election will be in the Upper Biattalion,
7th Regiment. S. C. M., on Friday. the 15th May
next, for MAJOR of aid Battalion, to fill that
office rece'ntly declared vacatnt by the resgnation
of Itlaj. LovEsRs.
By order of D. L. SHIA W,
Licnt. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C. M.
April8 6t 13
FIRST DIVISION, S. C. M.,
Anasavtu~a C. II., Ap~ril 22, 1857.
ORDERS, NO -
A N ELECTION will be held at the various
tIRogimiental M.uster Groundsu on SA TU RI)AY
the 13th of .IUNE next, for BRIGADIER GEN
ER Ar. of the 2d1 Brigade of Infantry. 1st D~ivision,
S. C. M., to fill the place of Brig. Gen. .Johnt R.
The Colonels or Officers commanding Regiments
are charged with the extenasion of this order ; and
itmmediately after the election to transmit to the
Major-General, at this place,astatemaent in writing,
shtowing the result of each po 1. By ord~er of
Mtaj. Gen. A. M. SMIITIL.
W. L. CAr~nouN, Division Adj. Gen.
A pril 29 1857 7t 16
9TH R EGIM ENT. S. C. MI.
Dux-rornsvta.s, A pr. l7tht, 1557.
ORDERS, NO -
T HIE LOWER BA TT ALION o.f this Regiment
will assemble at RE~D HILL, on Thursday
the 14th May armed and equipped as the law dl
The Upper Battalion will assemble at SHIN
BURG on Saturday the 16th of May, armed and
equipped as the law directs.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned1 Offi
cers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lieut. Col. CoauT~s and Maj. Jouxt W. Touritms
are chtarged with thte extension of this order to~ their
gg'The Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By order of B. F. STROM,
Col. 9th Reg't. S. C. NM.
G. W. Bua-roa, Adj't.
A pril 29 St 16
A LL persone having demands against the Estate
of Sarah Gregory, dec'd., are requested to
rend. r in their accounts properly attested without
delay, and those indebted MUST imake payment
by or before Return Day next, otherwise they will
necessarily be compelled to settle with an attorney..
RICH ARD GREGORY, Admaer.
I WI..L not fill any ordetaftes thin dte, to Towa
or Country, without she.Cash enclosed, as 1'ielp
Goods for s n paolit. and I am not authorized to
seQ (?enp on tUe shorgest time.
S. E. BOWERS, Ageus,
H urg,. Fe. 10 1857 r I