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GREAT GAINS FROM SEALL RISES.
EVERY man looks for gains which may be ob
tained by small risks, but after all, few men, com
paratively, act with much wisdom. They waste
too much time in looking about and examining.
A well conducted lottery is the institution to in
vest in, because it takes no time 'f any conse
quence. All that need be done is to enclose ten,
five, or two dollars and a half, for a whole, half or
quarter ticket, to those correct and prompt mana
gers, Messrs. SwA & Co., Atlanta, Ga. By re
turn of mail the ticket will be sent, and the drawn
numbers immediately after. The lotteries are
drawn every Saturday, and are said to be wholly
satisfactory to purchasers. The prizes range from
twenty dollars to sixty thousand, so that there are
great chances for all the purchasers.
WAsHixrox, July T.
The fire which Governor Walker Is upon his
rear will not, probably, induce him to throw up
his commission. Should he not be sustained by
the administration, he will of course resign, and
not await a removal by the President, as each
of his predecessors did. Governor Walker
hazarded much Ropularity by accepting the
Governorship of Kansas; and if he had any
aspirations for the Presidency, it was the surest
way to defeat them by taking that office.
'he Northern anti-slavery party first com
menced the fire upon him, but slackened it after
his Topeka address. The South now opens its
batteries, not only upon him, but the administra
tion, so far as they sustain him, and they call
upon the President to remove him.
The Cabinet have considered the subject, and
though they may think that Governor Walker
has gone rather too far, they will not decide to
dismiss him.. It was rumored that an authentic
exposition of the views of the administration on
the subject was to appear; and it probably may.
be found in the article in the Union of this
This article maintains the right of the people
of Kansas to-decide the question of slavery for
themselves, and declares that the constitution of
Kansas must come from the people themselves;
and that this'is the onlymode for settling a strife
disastrous to the interests of the country, and,
perhaps, dangerous to the peace of the Union.
The Union also states that Gov. Walker is in
active co-operation with the Democratic party
in Kansas, and is supported by the pro-slavery
press of that Territory ; and that no complaint
of his conduct arises from the quarter from
which it ought to come, if there was any ground
Information from St. Petersburgh has been
received here showing that Russia and England,
notwithstanding'their mutual jealousies, and
the angry feeling growing out of their late strife.
have united in the policy to be pursued in regard
to China. Russia does not agree to military co
operation, but.will employ all peaceful means
for the purpose of inducing China to open her
ports to the commerce of the world, and also to
receive diplomatic representatives at the seat of
Imperial Gos ernment, Peking.
LATER FROM KANSAS.
ST. Louis, July 7.-An unpublished letter in
the Republican says the Democratic Convention
which met at Lecompton on the tl4rd, was com
posed of a majority of pro Slavery men; but
that the whole Democratic party will support
Walker's inaugural, and the submission of the
Constitution to the people. Resolutions were
passed excluding all sectional distinctions-adopt
ing the Cincinnati platform assuming that the
name " National Democracy of Kansas," em
braced all Democrats, whether from the North
or South. Governor Walker was invited to ad
dress the Convention, which he did with great
effet. Ransom's election is regarded as certain.
Later advices from Leavenworth state that
General Hlarney discredited the reported battle
between the Indians and the troops under Colo
-- nel Sumner's command.
OEHUNDEED AND FIFTY U. S. TROOPS SLAIN
ONE BY THE INDIANS.
S-r. Louis, July 4.-The St. Joseph (Mo.)
Journal of the 2d publishes a statement of a
French trader, that a body of one hundred troops
and fifty teamsters, of Col. Sumner's command,
were attacked by a large body of Cheyenne
Awalaboe Indians, 200 miles west of Fort Ktear
ney, and all were slain ! This sad report is con
firmed by a trader who arrived at Pacific City.
Iowa, on the 2d, and also by an emigrant train
from Salt Lake. __
DEATH OF EX-SECE2ETARYXMAECY.
Ex-Secretary Marcy died at the Sans Souci
Hotel, Ballston, at noon on Saturday 4th inst. IHe
complained of a pain in his sideshortly after
breakfast, and walked to the oflice of Dr. Moore.
-Not findiun the doctor in he returned to his moonm
in the hotel. Ini a few minutes anter the doctor
camne and found Mr. Marcy lying dead in his
room on a couch, with aii open book on his breast.
He hind just written a letter to the Hon.. John
M. Botts. The Common Conneil of Albany sent
a deputation to take charge of the reimains.
were his funeral will be conducted in a becomiing
AJ nust, July 8.-Thec city is crowded with per
sonis to see and attend the funeral of the H on.
Win. L. Marcy. Among the notab~les present
are ex-Presidenits Van Buren and Pierce, and
ex-Governors Seymour, Hunt and Fish. All the
buildings on the line of the route to be taken by.
the processlin are draped with black cloth.
Am.itst, July 8.a:During the morning a treat
-number of people visited the capitol to take a
farewell look at the body qf Mr. .Marey, and they
expressed astonishment at the request of his re
latives that his coflin should not lhe opened.
The houses on Broadway and State street are
draped with mourning for three miles.
Owinig to the large arrivals af visitors from oth
or cities,.the funeral ceremonies were not coin
meniced until three o'clock. They were comn
mnenced at the capitol amid the tolling of bells
and firing of niinute guns. The venerable Dr.
Nott opened with an eloquent prayer. The Rev.
IDr. Sprague rend portions of Scripture, after
which Rev. D~r. Hague delivered a most beauti
* ful discourse. The religious exeroises were then
closed with the benediction by Rev. D~r Sprague
read portions of Scripture, after which Rev. Dr.
Haugue delivere-d a most beautiful discourse. The
relhigious exercises were then closed with the
b~enediction by Rev. Dr. Weleh.
Gene-ral Wool acted as grand marshal of the
day~. .In addition to the distinguished gentlemen
ab'ove mentioned, ex-Governiors Seward and
hone-k, Hion. N. P. lBanks and othiers, were pres
e-nt. The prcsso was the largest ev-er ms-en
in Albany. The day wats tine, and nothing oe
eurred to'interfere with the ari-angemnents.
NAxs.is.-The followiing is an extr-act fronm the
Herald of Freedomi, the leadling organ of the free
State party of Kansas, which is published at Law
rnein tiat Terr-itoryv. The article fronm whichi
this extract is taken, amppears in its issue of the
2:;d of May, and is throughout a yielding of the
point that'Kansas will be a slave State.
.We are fully satisfied that the " powers thatt be"
have resolved' to form a State Constitution which
* shall be silent on the question of slavery. They
expect to organize under .that Constitution and
* send upi two Seinators andi one Representative ;
nnid they expect to secure seats in the next Con
gress. 'National Democrats of course, they will
securo seats, and the question will be settled
for all time. A pro-slavery le;;islature will legal
i-se the institution of slavery-, anid make the hl
ing of slaves, as it nowv does in some of the south
era States, the qualification of a votur. The,
institution is fixed, the people iare disfranclhaised,
and the question is. permanently settled. The
Republican party may triumph in 18f60, but the
question is beyond the reach of politiciants. True,
- a new set of meni, may get into olliee, lbut the one
hundred and thirty thousand square miles oif
Kansas is doomed to the bondman's. lash, and
the last hopo of freedom has expired.
The " retired physician," who advertises him
self in the papers as Dr. H-. -James, of Jersey
City, " whose sands of life have niearly run out,"
thme Courier says, is doing an excellenit business,
and is corresponding with a large number of
dleluded victims, for a moderate coiisideration
from each. lie is raid to be a young man, about
twenty-five years old, in good health, and eingag
ed miost of the time in writing for the New 1 ork
Sunday papers. The Courier says his "sands of
life" will continue to run as long as sands of gold
run into his pocket.
H YEN AL.
MARaRiD, on Sunday morning 28th ult., at thi
residence of Mr. John Salter, by M. M1. Padgett
Esq., Mr. THoMAs JEFFERSON FOREST and Mis
TALITIIA CAROLINE SALTER, all this District.
"Till hyinen brought his love-delighted hour,
There dwelt no joy in Eden's rosy bower;
The world was sad, the garden was a wild,
And man, the hermit sighed, till woman smiled.'
MARRIED, on the 7th inst., by L. Corley, Esq.
Mr. B. B. BURTON and Miss CAROLINE WILLIAMS
all of Edgefield .District.
L Maj. 5. S. ToxMxINs declines being a Can
didate for Colonel 2d Regiment Cavalry.
The Friends of Capt. J. F. BURRISS respect
fully propose him as a Candidate for COLONEL
of 2nd Regiment of Cavalry, to fill the vacancy
therein existing caused by the resignation of Col.
[R TuE Friends of Maj L. CORLEY, respectr
fully announce him as a can4idate for COLONEL
of the Ninth Regiment, S. C. M., to fill the vacan
ey occasioned by. the resignation of Col. B. F.
STROx, at the ensuing ejection.
DR. 1LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND
JoB P. O., OREGON Co., Mo., July 22d, 1855.
MEssRs. FLEMING BRoi.,
.Dear Sir*'.-I' have used DR.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, propired
by you, in my family, and I do think it the best pre
paration now in use for expelling worms from the hu
man system. My nei'ghbors have also used it with the
same success. You are at liberty to use this as you
see fit. Yours, &c.
WM. 0. NETTLE.
The above is a sample of certificates daily received
by the proprietors, Fleming .Bros., of M'LANE'S
CELEBRA'TED VEIluIFUGE AND LIVER PILLS.
We think we are safe in saying they are the most ro.
liable and popular remedics of the day.
g|P Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS., of Pittsburgh, PA.
All other Vemifuges in comparison are worthless.
Dr. M'Lanes genuine Vormifuge, also his celebrated
Liver Pills, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. Yone genuine urithout the ignaturc of
15 FLEMING BROS.
July 13 It 27
A N Examination of the Pupils of these Acale
mics will commence on.Monday the 27th inst
and end on Wednesday.
The Male Department will be examined on Mon
day-the Female on Tuesday-and on Wednesday
Composition, Declamation, Concert, &c.
The public generally are invited.
The Terms, &c., for the next. Session will be
given next week.
II. A SIIAW,
Sce'ry of Board of Trustees,
July 15 3t 27
Edgefield Huzzars, Attention
T LE Company drill ordered to be on Saturday
the 25th inst., at Edgefield C. I., is postponed.
In pursuance of an order from Gen. PERaR.MA
there will be an election held at the Old Wells on
Saturday, 1st August next, for Colonel 2nd Regi
ment of Cavalry.
In pursuance of an order from Col. TALUER'I
there will also be an election held at the same time
and place for Cornet in the Edgefield uzz.is.
By order of J. B. GRIFFIN,
Captain Edgefield Hunzas.
M. MiDL~OCK, See'ry.
July 14 2t 27
F RO.\ the Subscriber, on the 3d inst., his negr(
man JEFF, about 28 years old, about six
feet high, and weighs near 175 lbs. Said Jeff is ol
rather thin visage, -dark complected, and the first
finger on right hand off at first or second joint
lad on when he left a good p:.ir of new blue cot
ton pants, a linen frock e 'at, a common cotton shirt,
and a blnck wvool hat. lHe also teok oft' with huim
two or three shirts and a black bombazine coat.
Any one taking said Jeff up and notifying me of
the fact shall be liberally rewarded for their trouble
and expense. Address me at Cold Springs. Edge
field District, S. C. F. U. WOOl).
July 1 5 tf 27
Tro FE MA L ES.
DEBILITY AND PROSTRATION OF SYSTEM3,
NERY~c'SNESS, PAIN IN BACK AND
LOINS, &c., &c.
As a remedy fur weak and debilitated Females.
there are few. if any, equal to BLISS' DYSPEPTIC
RtE3EDY. Its action is prompt and effectual, and
unlike nearly all othier tonic preparations, such a.
iron, bismuth,, aeids. bark. &c., whose action is at
tended with more or less of irritation and excitemnt
to the systein,is purely a tonie, and entirely free fron
any irritating qualities, and, fronm this fact, is peculiarly
upplienble to thiose cases of long continued debility,
so frequently met with among females.
It wilt be remembered that nine out of every ten 01
those cases of long continued debility, arise froma dis
ease of the stomach. Debitity, loss of strength, lamn
guor aiid prostration of system, are wnere sy/airptona of
disease, a disease which in a great majority oaf cases,
is in the muens memblruune of thue stomuch,. ad to ti
membrane should remedial treatmnenthbe directed, thal
the canne may be removed, and with it the prostratiori
It is very frequently asked, How long must I take
the Remedy ? H[ow long will it take to cure mue
These are very hard questions to answer ; for the du.
ration of treatmient will depend very much upon th<
patient-her temperament, condition, and state of the
system. It shosuld be remembered by every femnh
that the disease which they look upon as "general
debility " and prostration of the powers of the sys
temn, has been growing upon them perhaps for years
and of course time inust be allowed for the system ti
yrfot &oek~ wguin into a state of health. The system
under the influence of this Remedy, will very soor
recrtuit itself; hut miraculous cures must not he lookem
for, even if it is Eliss' Dyspeptic Remedy they are ta
king. It wrould be too much to .expect of this or an3
other Remedy, that a disease which has been growing
upon the patient and taking deeper and deeper rool
into te system, year after year, shall be cured in
few dlays, or even ini a few weeks. Although its goot
effcts will be experieincedl in a very short time, ye
thme restortation to health is always a slow and graduai
process, for ain entire change htas to be wrough
throughout the whole system,-the impoverished bloat
must be implrovedl both int quality and quantity-al
suppressedl and deficient secretions restored-tone
stretngth antd vigor given to the muscular system-thi
vervous system braced up ; and to bring about al
these changes, not only a good remnedial ttgent mtusi
be mnade use of, buit time must necessarily be had foi
the system to bring abouit such great and imuportant
changes. Let theso facts be rememnbered by all pa
tieiits, whether tey take Blliss' Dispeptie Remedy oi
any other preparation-let it be remembered thtat tim
is absolutely necessary to the system in bringing about
so much chmange, and the restoration to hiealth. Leti
also lao remetubered in the taking of this Itemedy tha1
there should be ai perseveranc~e antd regularity, and a
much of 4he auxiliary treattment earried out as cir
cuiasmtances will admiit of. If this is done. the patieni
mayv rest assuredl thmat there will be a gradual ana
steady imuproavetment ; the debmility tttd prostration
and thme whole category of little pains andl tehes, pains
in thme bacek, loins, face, head, &c., will till gradumall:
I tim very freaiuently imnuired of whether it wotul
not be well tom take someo of the preparationts in caon
junction with the llemnedy. No ; take nothing, fl
you need tnothing else; and besides, thme prepatration
of ironi, hi.nmuth, &ce., would, in a gr'eat many enses
produce tonly n additional irritation of the stomach
the very thting tbhat you are trying to get rid of; an'
niot ontly this, those preparutions would do no goodi
for they would not be taken into the circulation fron
the closed state of the mouths of the lactael vessels
whlich I have itlready described itn my previous adver
tisementls. lit conclusion, let me once moaare assur<
every female. that by aL stendly atnd pe.rsevering takin1
of the Reimedy, she may have every hope otf recove
ry ;but unless, when its use is commnencedl, itere h'e
determinatioan to take it regularly, I woul not tadvis<
the triaul oif it, as neither the ptroplrietaar, nor thosi
htving it for stale, desire any otne to take it unless the,
dom so in good faith.
WV. W. BLISS, Mr. D.,
.:r,3 Ifroaidwiy, N. Y.
]ELISS' DYSPEPTIC REMEDY is for salehby Drm
A. ti. & T.' J. T.ArtE, Druggists, Edgehield C. I.
mnd by wheanm it will be sent lay miatil, to anty adldres,
ott receipt of thu price-two dollars per packiage.
July 15 1857 tf 27
Vinegar and Spices for Pickles
4.L. PENN, Agent, is now rteceivinag and ha
Superior Whtite Picklin~g and .\ple Viniegar ;
W~hite Maustard Seed ;
Sutperio'r Graound ilustard ;
Powvderedl Ginnamon ;
White Ginger ;
ITFor sale by G. L. PENN, A gt.
GEO RGIA SARSAPA
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, Al
UBLIC opinion and Physicians have decid
SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained.
ingredienls are well known to Physicians and ti
MEDICINES, when appropriately used, often :
Nothing more need be said in praise of it,
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-ale
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chiot
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.]
5&Those prefering this Compound Prepart
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA S.
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
TUTT & PELLETIER
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
RE- receiving their supplies for the Summer
and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Soaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
generally found in their line of business.
r PIoai.ters, Merchanta, Physicians and all
persons eailing in our line will find it to their in
terest to Lire us a call as we are determined to sell
at the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
r- Planters can rely upon having their mem
oranduns filled with the BEST OF ARTICLES,
and put up in packaues to suit their convenience.
TUTT & PELLETIER.
Next door to A. Burnside.
Hamburg, July 15, Gin 27
2ND BRIGADE, hT Div. S. C. M.
EDotFI.ELD C. H., June 14.
ORDER, NO 1
il l- l Oth Regiment of In'antry will parade for
.1. I.vi-w and Drill at Richardson's, on Thurs
day th .:tIli inst.
The 7tl I 'eciment of Infantry will parade at the
" Ol W. 15," on Saturday the 1st of August next.
The 9th Regiment of' Infantry will parade at
Springfield, on Tuesday the 4th of Aul-ust next.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Morrow's Old Field, on Saturday the 8th August.
The 6th Reeiment of Infantry will parade at
Lomax's on Wtdnesday the 12th August.
The Officers and non-Commissioned Officers will
assemble on the day previous to the Review for
Drill and Instruction.
Volunteer Companies will prepare for inspection.
Colonels of Regiments are charged with the ex
tension of this Order.
By order of Brigadier General.
W. C. AlORAGNE.
July 15 4t 27
gr The Independent Press and A bleville Ban
ner will insert twice.
B)Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me~
I)directed, I will proceed to sell at Edga-field
C. HI., on the first Monday in A ugust next, the fol
lowing property in the following eases, to wit:
Samuel Brooks and others, vs. J. II. Christian
and others, one Lot in the Village ot Edgefaeld,eon
tamning one acre more or ls.-ss, adjoining lands of
-.ohn M. Witt and II. E..blware. Levied upon as
the property of the D)efendlant, J. TU. Christian.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, 5.E D.
July 9 1857 4to 27
B y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
mc directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field 0. U1., on the first Monday in August niext,
the fol'owing property in the following cases, to wit:
Marion Roberts vs. Thomas K. Collier ; James
BIakw ll vs The Sanmc, One Tract of Land coan
tamning three hundred acres, more or less, adjotining
lands of Clhark s Freeman, James Blackwell and
Uriah, Mars, bearer, vs James Stewart and Chtrisy
taper Wethumgton. One Tract of Landi cointainin
Five hundred acres, mare or lass. adjoining land of
George Garner, Henry Rush and others, levied on
as the property of C. Wethington.
Termas of sa!e, Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.E.D.
July 8 1859 ~ 4t e 27
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DIST RICT,
IN ORDLVNA RY.
W White and wife,
J. C. Thomas, G uardian ad ii3 h riin
temn of his minor children.
Yan order ftomi the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgetield C. IL, on the first Monday
in August next, laor partition, the Real Estate of
Mary Ann Thom~as, dee'd., a tract or parcel of band
lying and being in the District and State aforesaid,
on the waters of' Wine Creek, containig one hun
dred and thirty-one acres, more or less, andl ad
joining lands of A bram Kilereaae, Estate of Sarah
Thomas, Mrs. E. Canfield, Trandy Buckhalter and
TEaus-On a credit until first of January next,
(1858.) The purchaser to give bond and security,
and a mortgage to the Orditnary to secure the pur
chase motney and to pay for titles. Costs to be paid
in Cash. J. EIDSON, s.E.D.
July 8 1857. - 4te 27
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
W. White and wife,
G. W. Thomas ct al.3
Y an order fronm thme Ordinary, I shall proceed
dto sell at Edeed or llouse, on the first
tate of Sarah~ Thomas, adee'd., a ract or P'arcel ol
Lad lying and being in the District and State
aforesaid, on the waters aof WVine Creek, containing
One hundred and fifty-oane acres, more (ar less, and
bounded by lands-of A. Ii.Kiilerease, Isaac Stone.
. M. Martin, Mrs. B. Canfield ad others.
riTsa-Oni a credit until the first aif .January
1858. The P'urchnaer to give bond and securit)
and a mortgage (if te premies ta the Ordinary it
seure the i1urchase mne~y, and to pay for titles
Costs to bte paid in, Cash.
J1. EIDSON, s.E.D.
July 8,1857 4te 27
-STATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA,
* EDGEF'IELD D)ISTRICT.
A. C. DeCottes, Treas. BTilfor Aeouni n
C. W. Styles. .octs'c
-YVirtue of an order in Eqauity in the ahon.
ated ease. I will oli-r for sale at Edgefiel'
C. 11., an the first Molandaty in August next, tha
IIOUSE AND LOT IN POTT'IERSV1LLE,
Recently occupied bmy C. WV. Stylks, Farq., and ad
jiining lands of Coal. F. WV. Pickens and others.
~Termns, Caishi. Putrchiaser tam pay fair papers
A. SININS, C.E.E D.
.lulyS8 4tc 27
TH E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
W. L.Cokma, J ill for specific per
P. J. Coleman. fsiae,4c
Y Virtue of anm Order in Equity ini this ease,
Bwill sell at ydgefield C. 11., on the first Mon
day in A ugust next, the Tract of Land described il
the Bill as the
SALUDA MILLS PLACE,
Being a part of the Fstate of James Coleman, ale
ceased, not yet sold, and asa to ' hieh W. L. Cole
nn is entitled to one moiety and P. J. Coleman
g Teams made known an day of sale.
A. S INKl INS, c. a. E. D.
July. 8 4te 27
iD TO PURIFY THE BLOOD.
Ad that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisfiaction. Its
te people at the'South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
,FFECT GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
ioholic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
anthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
ion of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
RSAPARIL LA COMPOUND.
and Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE .GUE.
TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMjON PLEAS.
S AMUEL THOMAS, who is in the Custody of the
Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Capias ad at3 ifcieNdunm at the suit of Rachel Tem
ples, having fied in my Office, together with a Sched
ile on oath, of his estate and effects, his petition to
the Court of Common Pleas, praying that ho may be
admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly made for the relief of insolvent debtors, It
is Ordered, That the said Rachel Temples, and all
other Creditors, to whom the said Samuel Thomas is
in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby sum.
moned, and have iotice to appear before the said
Court at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the Sixth
day of October next to showcause if any theyean, why
the prayer of the petition aforesaid should not be
granted .T THOS. G. BACON, c.c.p.
Clerk's Office, March 18, 1857.
July 7, 1857 13to 27
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
E DWARD BUSH, who is in the custody of the
Sheriff of Edgpfield Distrietby virtue of a Writ of
Ceapias at Saiskfaciendua, at the suit of James P.
Cofer, having filed in my Oficetogether with a Sched.
ule on oath of his Cstate and effects, his petition to the
Court of Common Pleas praying that he may be ad.
mitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General As
scibly, made for the relief of insolvent debtors, It
is Ordered, That the said, James P. Cofer, and all
other Creditors, to whom the said Edward Bush is in
anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned,
and have notice to appear before the said Court at
Edgefleld Court House, on Tuesdny the Sixth day of
October next, to show eause if any they can, why the
prayer, of the petition aforesaid, should not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, Feb. 21, 1857.
July 7, 13te 27
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
EORGE OVERSTREET, who is in the custody
of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue of
a Writ of Capimi ad Satisfaciendmu at the suit of
Joseph New, having filed in my office, tpgether with
a Schedule on oath, of his estate and effects, his peti
tion to the Court of Court of Common Pleas, praying
that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of
the General Assembly made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is Ordered, That the said Joseph New, and
all other Creditors, to whom the said George Over
street is in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby
summoned, and have notice to a pear before the said
Court at Edgefield Court Hous Tuesday the Sixth
day of October next, to show ebse if any they can,
why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, should not
be granted . THOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, 6th July 1857. 13te 27
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFI ELD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
J AMES L. HILL, who is in the custody of the
Sheriti of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ
of (Capian ued Xotinfcwiendum, at the suit of B. S.
launbiar, having fied in my Office, together with a
Schedule on oath, of his estate and effects, his peti
tion to the Court of Common Pleas praying that lie
may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the
General Assembly made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is Ordered, that the said B. S. Dunbar,
and all other Creditors to whom the said James L.
Hill is in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby
summoned, and have notice to appear before the said
Court at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the Sixth
day of October next to show cause if any they can,
why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, should not
be granted.TIO 0.BCNec.
Clerik's Office, June 1, 1857.
July 7, 1857. 13te 27
State of' South Carolina,
iN COMMON PL E AS.
J M. C. FREELAND', who is in the custody of the
. Sheriff of' Edgetield District, by virtue of Writs
of. Cauplan ad ,S'atinuelendaum at the suits oif Meeker,
Iherbert & Co., :ad Strang, Adrain & Co., having
filed in may Otlice, together with a 8ehedule on oath,
of his estate and elets, his petition to thu Court of
Common Pilcas, pramying that he may he admitted to
the benellt of the Aets of the GenernlAssembly made
for thme relief of insolvent dlebtors, It is Ordered, That
the said Meeker, Ierbaert & Cu., anid Strang, Adraiu
& Co., anml all other creditors, to whiom the said J. MI.
C.'Freelandl is in anywise indebted, be, and they are
horeby suminoned, and have notice to appear before
the sai.d Court at Elgetield Court Hlouse, 0n Tuesday
the sixth day of October next, to show cause if anmy
they cain, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid,
should not be granted. IS..BAOcc.
Clerk's Oficee, April 6, 1S57
July 7, 1857 1.nte 27
List of Letters;
PEMA IN ING in the,. Post Office at Edgeflid
1i C. IH. on the 1set July 1857. Persons culling
for Letters on thuis list will pilease say, A dvertised..
A-A W Ashell, 2, A R Able, Mrs E Addiscon,
J Arickoo, Mrs S Addiaon, R Atkins, T Atkius.
B-Il llomwie. W Brooks, E Bird, [l Bird, J -1
Bunch, Mrs. R Bumton, Rt F Barratt1, Capt lBartlet,
Miss MI. ]laukman, M. Bamrtordl.
C D-Mrs L Cogburn or 51 Cogurn, A C Cor
Iey, T J Davis, Mi M Davidl, 2, A N Dix.
E, F-Miss L Ednmey, Misses Ri ad B MI Ed
ney, J Fortner, H R B F'arr, 2.
G, H-Miss A Garrett, J1 ] Cardner, 2, R C
Griffin, S Ilearing, 11 lwad, J Ilouward, J L lHar
rll, 2, i IHatcher, .1 Hall, S D Hun', Miss A Hun
ter, S MI HIoward, B Hacrrison, A G howard, A R
Ilunston, J Ularling.
J, K-E Jones, G WY Jones, Miss E.Johnson,
WV Jennings, J Jey, J IH Knox, 2, Miss E King, L~
L, iM, N-A Lawton, MT S Lisenbe'e, S Lidl
denton, L Long, MI L IMeck, - Martin, TI P
Moses, Miss E Nnathis, N A Morris, T G Martin,
A Miervine, Capt Miney. J. Mleriwethier, S A Mtur
rll. MI Moss, Miss J E Nicholson.
P, Q-Mrs L P'erinm, F Posev, J Padgett, S
Padgett, Mi Padgett, E P'adgett, *H C Parnell, B
Perry, MI V Quarles.
fl, S-J Li Ransom, H 1D Rountree, 2, V Rann
d:dll, S Ui Itynn, L Robertsonm, Mr's L Saunders, 2,
Mrs N Shaw, It Samuel, Mrs C Sotree. Mrs E
Sego, Mrs NI Stronm, J1 S Smith, 2, d D) Sharp, P
Sarles, 3, Mr' sC Smith, A G Seright.O0 Sheppard.
T, W-J MI Tillmnan, J Terry, J Talbert, Mrs
J K 'Thomass, IH A Turner, Dr W H Timmermn,
J L "u illiams, H- Wurn, Mirs E White, Mrs STI
W hitelock, 'T Williamsr, L. Williams, Mrs E Wil
lianms, Dr .1 Williunis, Mrs J Wilburn, J D Wil
liams, S Walton. A. R AMSAY, P. NI.
Julv 13 2t 27
State of South Carolinn,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, George WV. Landrum hathm applied to me
for Lettersof Administmration, on all and singular the
goods ad chaudes, rights an~d credits of J. S. Lim
becker, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
Thlese are, therefore, to cite and adm~onish all and
sngular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
t be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for thme said District to be holden at Edgefield
C. H. on thme27th day of July inst., to show cause,
if any, whty the said Administrationi should not be
Given under my haud and seal, this 13th day of
July, in the yar of our Lord one thousand eight
-hundred and fift-seven and in the Eighty-second year
of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
I July 15 _ 2t 27
A LL Persons indebted to the Etate of D. K.
Mealing, dee'd., are requer-ted to settle with
-out delay, and those having demands agatinst the
- Eattae must presenut them properly attested by the
>second Mon day in January next, or their said
elaims will be excluded, as ai final settlement will
be made in the Ordinaryv's Office on that day.
J. P. MEA LIEG, Adm'or'.
Jul.. O8' C m~ 2
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
MA590 JOHN M, WITT,
having jus t re
turned from New York with a most COMPLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is now prepared to exhibit as beautiAul
and well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
FURNITURE as can be found in the Sout rn
States. This Stock selected with great ,
and he flatters himself, with much taste and jl
ment,--was bought for CASH at reduced fig
ures, and consequently will be offered as LOW
as can be afforded. My large assortment consists
in part of
A splendid variety of fine and superfine
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany ',ibraries,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK TABLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Deks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
C 3!E A. I 3!. 1,
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
iog Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stock. which commands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store; was, as
above stated, purchased on reasonable prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
I would here state that circumstances, with which
all are well acquainted, renders it necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
LE" I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
ge. V. JI. WIT T,
Opposite the Post Office.
July 1, tf' 26
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
T HE Subscribers take this method of returning
Ltheir heart felt thanks to the citizens of
Edgefeld Village and District for the liberal pat
ronage bestowed upon them, and hope to merit a
continuance of the game.
We have and keep constantly in Store, at our
old stand between Mr. Edmund Penn and John
olgan's Stores, an EXCELLENT and VARIED
Of our own manufacture, which we are confident
is inferior to none ever before offered in this mar
ket. Our present stock consists of a lot of splendid
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A large and beautiful variety)
Sofas nud Lounges,
BOOK-CASES, TABLES, WASIISTANDS, &c.
Of every style and quality, which we are now sell
ing at reduced prices.
We have and intend keeping constantly on hand
a full stock of MOSS and COTTON MATTRAS
SES5 which will be sold cheaper than ever.
Old Furniture of every description promptly and
We arc determined to give satisfaction to all
who may favor us with their patronage, rnd by
warranting our work to be put up inl a workman
like manner and of the best material, we hope to,
secure a reasonable share of public encourage
ment. MI. A. MARKERT,
July_1 tf 2
T HIE Undersigned having sold the American
hlotel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & Co.,
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
lie generally for the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us. and would solicit the same for its present
P 'ropritors. Rlespectfully,
0. II. P. SCOT1F & CO.
Iamburg, May 30, 1857.
HA MBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscribers take this opportunity of in
forming their friends and the public generally
that they have bought the above HOTEL, and
ar having it refitted in the best possible stylefor
their reception. We fintter ourselves that every
necessary arrangement has been made to promote
the cmfort of all who favor us with their company.
Our ROOMS are airy and comfortably furnished;
SERVANTS attentive and obedient. And our
TABLE will be comnstantly supplied with the best
the season afiordls. Our friknds may therefore rest
satisfied that every exe'rtioa will be cheerfully ren
dered to make their sojourn pleasant and agreeable.
'here will be in attendaince a 0001D OSTLER,
and Horses left in our chairgc will receive particu
gg-Persons arriving at this House may feel as
sured thait their baggage will be promptly seat,
free of chsarge. to the Carolina or to either of the
We solicit a ship-e of the patronage of those visit
ing our Town. / G. C. CUNNINGH AM,
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM,
Hambrg, Jnel, 1857. ly 21
A FRESII supply of Landreth TURNIP SEED
.1l just received. The assortment comprises
Large White Globe,
Yellow Scotch or A berdeen,
Improved Purple Top Yellow Rutabaga,
Early Dutch Flat,
Red or Purple Top Flat.
gr Call soon and get your supplies.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Ju'yl. tf 25
T HIE Contractor of Route 0003, from Edgefiold
to Columbia, offers for sale his LINE OF
STAGES and STOCK, on that, Route.
Also, SIX HUNDRED ACRES of L AND, with
CROP, STOCK and EIGHT NEGROES.
Terms accommodatinig, if the payment is well
secured, with interest.
DERRICK HOLSONBAKE, Contractor.
July 8 4t 26
2A.3&.T-IPXCIA.IXa T-EM3T E.
r IIE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect: adaptation, and a
clomr resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity, cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
among the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
0T We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
OT Tus Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
gT Tns Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
07 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
OX The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
gWTii Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing
OTThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
OT The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
gW The I riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefeld District, at the ensuing elec
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS I
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA.,
CONTINUES to manufacture WOO LIE N
CJCLOTH at 121 cents per yard; fnding every
material except the Wool. The extensive and con
stantly increasing patronage the Factory has en
joyed for years past, assure the Proprietors that
the article of
Winter Clothing for Negroes,
Made by them, has not been surpassed by any
Cloth made North or South.
Recent extensive improvements and additions
not only enable us to keep up the standard of the
Goods, but to secure an early delivery of the same.
Planters or others who may desire to avail them
selves of this opportunity, and secure a first rate
article at a moderate cost, have only to aend us the
Wool, washed clean in cold water. If sent dirty
one half cent per yard extra is charged fo~r wash
ing. Burry Wool is not objectionab!e ;the Burrs
are removed by machinery.
The name of the owner should be marked on all
Packages sent us. Wool sent by any of the Rail
Roadsin Georgia, Alabama or South Carolina, to
the Augusta Depot, marked Richmond Factory,
(and owner's name also) will be regularly and
promptly received, and the cloth, when made, re
turned to the points directed. Each parcel ii made
up in the turn received, hence an early delivery is
always desirable. All instructions to
WM. ECHLEY, Pres't.
A ugusta, Ga., July 6, 3m 2ti
ON THEf HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS
MAA GE R B,
Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
PRIZES PAYAB1.E WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
C ap it a P r ise, $60,0 00 !
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
LO TT E RY,
BY AUTHORITY of the State of .EORGIA.
CL ASS Z.
Draws July 15th, 1857, at St. Andrews' H~I~z,
Svanna~h, Ga , under the sworn superintendence
of WY. RL. Symons, Esq., and J. M.Prentiss, Esq.
* Magninicemnt Scheane!
I P'rize of....-.....----.----.$60,000
I " ............. 20,000
1 a ..................... 5.000
I " .....:......... 4,000
1 a ................... 2,000
3 prizes of .... 1,000 are. ....... 3,000
5 " .... 500 are........2,500
100 " .... 100 are........ 10,000
100 " .... 50 are... . 5,000
72 Approximation Prizes..... ....3,760
3000 prizes of $30 are.... ......... 90.000.
3256 Prize~s amount to ............$215,260
TICETS $10; HALVES $5; QUARTERS S2,5.
Small Scheme Draws every Saturday.
Bank Notes of sound Ranks taken at par.
Cheeks on New York remitted for piizes.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of
Packages of Tickets to
ANDERSON & SON, Myanagers,
Macon or Savannah, Ga.
gg"Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Win
ter Manneer, will send them to us for payment.
June 17 ly 23
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Henry Atkinson, Priin
Robert A tkinson and
Elizabeth Atkinson. j
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I -ball proceed
to sell in the Town of Hamburg, on the 30th
blonday in July inst., for partition, all that Lot of
land in the Town of Hamburg, S. C., known in
the plan of said Town as Lot No. 98, containing fifty
(50) feet by one hundred and ninety-six (196; feet,
bounded North by section of land No 7; on the
East by Mechanie's Street; on the West by Lot
No 277 ; and on the South by Lot No 97.
TEax.-On a credit until first January next,
(1858). The purehaser to givre bond and security
and a mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary to
secure the purchare money and to pay for titles.
Cost to be paid in cash.
JAMES EIDSON, S.E.D.
July 7, 185 7 4t 26
Lost 'or Mislaid,
A NOTE of hand given by M. W. Lyles to the
LSubscriber for $17,75,-drawn 20th May
1856, and payable one day after date.
All persons are hereby cautioned from trading
for the above described Note. Any information
concerning it thankfully received.
July 8 4te 26
ALL persons having claims against the latE
AHIiram Hlutchison, dee'd., are hereby notified
to present them, duly authenticated, for payment to
the subscriber within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of recovery.
JOHN J. BLACKWOOD, Ez'or.
u.... rg... . ,t-Jnna eL2,185? 6t 93
Sibley & Usher
GROCERYI PROVISION AND COTTON
At their old Stand, Corner of Market & Centre St.,
HARIBURG, S. C.,
W HERE may at all times be found a GOOD
SUPPLY of FRESH GOODS, suitable
to the wants of the Planter, which will be sold
Wholesale or Retail on the most favorable terms.
Our Stock consists in part of the following articles:
SUGAR of all grades and qualities;
N Orleans, Museovado and Cuba MOLASSES;
Java, Laquare and Rio COFFEE;
SALT in large seamless Sacks -
IRON, Cast and German STEEL;
Bagging, Rope and Twine;
OSNABURGS, Georgia Stripes and Plains;
Chairs, Bedsteads, &c.
LIME, Land Plaster, Kettlewell's Manures, &o.;
Also, a choice lot of BACON HAMS, SHOUL
DERS and Tennessee Clear SIDES, &c., &c.
Hamburg, June 22, 1857. 6t* 24
THE Subscriber begs leave to
inform the public that hehas in
Store, at the Stand occupied by him the lost sea
son, a WELL SELECTED Stock of Planters'
Supplies, consisting of
Muscovado and Porto Rico SUGARS;
Stuart's H. B. & C. Soft "
Baltimore Refinery of same quality;
MOLASSES, Hhds., Tierces and Barrels;
Rio and Java COFFEE;
IRON all sizes, and HOLLOW WARE;
BAGGING, ROPE and TWINE;
Gunny Cloth, a heavy article;
Osnaburgs and Stripes;
7-8 and 4-4 Augusta Goods;
SALT, very large Sacks*
50 Hhds. BACON SIDhS;
10 " SHOULDERS;
SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH, &C, &e., all
or which will be sold on iccommodating terms to
g, Orders solicited and promptly attened to.
HAMBURG, June 6 tf 22
3=A wr -se acr, 0. 0.
T HE Proprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling publio
generally, that this House is still open for the re- -
eption of company, and that in future his whole
energies will be put into requisition to gratify the
wants of each and all who may favor him with their
During the past week the House has been
th:,roughly repaired. and the Rboms and Furniture
put in excellent condition fur the Spring and Sum
My Table will be furnished with the best that can
be had, and presided over by one skilled in the euli
nary department-and in short, everything requisite
to gratify the taste of the epicurean will be supplied
in abundance. The servants of the CAROLINA
HOTEL are noted for their polite and attentiveohar
ater, and are ever in attendance to obey the wishes
of my Guests.
Having procured comfortable Stables, Horses left
in my care hereafter will receive the best attention.
Thankful for past encouragement and patronage,
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
ET The travelling community are notified that
they and their baggage will be conveyed. at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Dept.J. A. M.
Hamburg, June 10 1857 tf '2
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CHRISTIE A U URLDERT.
T ESusribers offer for sale at the old stand
of .. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies, -
- -seA-m uI.,
And all ether articles in their line. They have
made arzangements to keep their House supplied
with the REST ARTICLES, fronm the BUT
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
ription will be furnished to order on short notice.
April 22 tf 15
Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
T HIE Subscriber having opened a B OOT
AND SHRO E MYANUFACTORY
next door to the Post Office, respectfully announees
to the citizens of Edgefield Village and District, that
is he prepared to make to order any article in the
Boot and Shoe Business I
Having the beat 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'
SOES-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
FIRST BRIGAD)E OF CAVALRY,
NEW MAaEr, June 30, 1857.
ORDER, NO. I.
CfOL. JOHN F. TA LBERT, of the Second
Regiment, First Brigade of Cavalry, having
resigned, Lieut. Col. JAs. C. MARIN will take com
mand of said Regiment, till an election for Colonel
shall be held.
Lient. Col. MARTIN will forthwith order an elec
tion for COLONEL or the SECOND REGIMENT
First Brigade of Cavalry, on Saturday .thejfirst
day of August, to fil the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Col. TAtssa?.
By order Geni. PERRYMAN,
First Brigade Cavalry.
Jon V. MOORE, Brigade Major.
A Rare Chance!
THE Subscriber wishing to remove to the South
.West, offers for sale his BEAUTIFUL
HOUSE AND LOT in the Town of Granitetille.
As an inducement to purchasers to come and see
for themselves, lhe would state that the Lot with all
its imrovements, consisting of a Two Story Dwell
ing House, built after the mo~'t improved style of
architecture, neatly finished and plastered through
out, a Kitchen with two apartments, a Well of ex
ellent water, can be bought for Cash, or on a credit
till the first of October next, for less than the origi
nal coet of the Dwelling Douse alone.
A. P. NORRIS.
Graniteville, June 15, tf 23
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale hi. HOUSE and
ILOT in the Village of Edgefield, consisting
of three acres, with every necessary building on
the premises, well of excellent water, &c.
Terms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
Mar 4 tr 8
A MN6 feet high, or large frame, black hair,
..eyes and beard, and dressed with white coat,
black pantaloons and soft hat, and calling himself
POLE, and a planter from Marion District, bor
rowed from me on Tuesday morning lat, my sor
rel MARE, to ride across the -River to Glymph's
Store, on business of pressing importance, and to
return immediately. After leaving Monticello, he
turned to Hughy's Ferry, asked for Mr. Wise, (at
several places) who lives, as he said, near McNary's
Ferry, on Saluda. As he is now, probably, far out
of the State, and has likely traded the Mare, 1 will
give $25 for information of her. She is about 15
hands high, no white remembered, excepting a few
roan hairs, light sorrel, and the left fore knee slight
ly sprung. She is a rapid single footed paetrots
*fast, walks and canters well and is newl shod
Moniello, Fairfield District, June 29, 2t26
LL persons indebted to the Estate of Charlee
McGregor, Dee'd. will please make immedi
ate payment. And those having any demands will
present them properly atteRst AeAd.r