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llDGEFIELD FIFTY YEAIRS AGO!
iUfe. and Death of Beck Cotton,
-T. DEVIL IN PETTICOATS;
God's Revenge Against
HUSBAND KILLING !
W E have just printed a few hundred. copies of
the above pamphlet written by Rev. W. L.
WEEMS. author of the " Life of Washington,"
" Life of Marion," and other lesser productions, and
said by some to have been the most peculiar writer
of any age. This work is replete with interest, es
ially so to the citizens of this District, as it con
ins quite a fair " showing up" of the dark days
and murderous deeds of old Edgefield a half oen
M7 For sale at this Office. Price 20 cents per
copy. Liberal deductions will be made to those
buying by the wholesale.
Aug26 tf 33
WHO WANTS MONEY?
VA3 03 ofTAisln aT RIsKING TEN DOLLARS.
Halves and Quarter Tickets in proportion.
TASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
BY AUTHORITY of the State of GEORGIA.
ON TUE HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS
30,000 TICKETS-3,286 PRIZES!
Amounting to $215,260.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
.X2.3%>T dFbrQ els OCNT,
M A N A G E R O,
Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Georgia, (Small
Schemes) every Saturday, ane in Savannah, Ga.
(Large Schemes) about the 15th of every month.
Draws September 15th, 1857, at Armory Hall,
Savannah, Ga., under the sworn superintendence
of W. R. Symons, Esq., and J. M.Prentiss, Esq.
CAPITALS of $60,000, $20,000, $10,000, $5,000
$4,000, $2.000, 3 Prizes of $1,000, 5 of
$500, 100 of $100, 100 of $50, 3000
of $30 and 72 Approximation pri
zes amounting to -$3,760.
TICKETS $10; HALVES $5; QUARTERS $2,50.
Look to your interest and compare this Scheme
with any other.
Ban1- Notes of sound Banks taken at par.
Checks on New York remitted for prizes.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of
Packages of Tickets to
ANDERSON & SON, Managers,
Macon or Savannah, Ga.
Aug 26 tf 33
B Y, Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facins to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. H., on the first Monday in September next
the following property in the following cases, to wit:
W. Holmes vs. S. C. Scott and others; D. L.
Bussey and others vs. The same, Three Negroes,
viz: Sophia, Lucy and Abram, and the one-half in
terest in two other Negroes, viz: Charles and
Also three Mules, one bay IHorse, one Wagon,
one Carriage and Harness, and one Buggy and Har
Levied on as the property of the Defendant S. C.
Scott. Terms Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s. E. D.
August, 22 1857 Ste 33
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieti Facias to me
LIdirected, I will proceed to sell on Thursday
the 10th September next, at the residenc of Samnt
el C. Scott, the following property in the following
esses, to wit :
W. Holmes vs S. C. Scott and others ; Other
Plaintiffs severally vs The Same, The Defendant,
. S. C. Scott's, stock or Cattle, Hogs, Goats, one
'Yoke or Oxen and Ox Cart, Plantation and Black
smith Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
* Terms Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Aug 25 3t 33
* Sheriffs Sale.
- ~ Y Virtue of writs of Fieri Facias to me direct.
LIed, I will proceed to sell on Wednesday the
9th September next, at or near E. Padgett's, the
following property in the following cases, to wit:
John P. Bates, for the use of another, vs Ceorge
E. Hendy ; Others vs. The Same, One Set of Mil
Rocks, levied on as the property of Geo. B. 11endy.
Terms Cash. .I AS. EIDSON, 5.E D.
Aug25 2t 33
THE FINE young STALLION FULTON
will stand the Fall Season at the Subscriber's
Stable 1j miles West of Edgefleld C. II., and will
insure colts for Tea Dollars.
rersons wLising to sepnd their Mares can have
good pastorage free of charge. I will not be res
ponsible fo~r accidents, but will take all possible care
to avoid any. Those desirous of 1:rocuring good
Colts will do well to send on their mares at an early
FULTON is of fine form and excellent qualities,
and wilt show for himself. He was by Scout, and
of a Bedfore mare ; her dam by Genius and her
grand dam by Galitan. He is a beautiful bay and
full 16 hands high, and is five years e'ld.
R. D. BRYAN.
Aug 26 tf 33
Egypt Land for Sale,
THE Subscriber desircs to sell his LAND three
miles North of Edgefield C. H1. The Tract
contains 279 Acres,-one half in cultivation,
mostly fresh land-the balance in woods. The place
Is in good repair with plenty of good water. The
past crops have been equal to any in the District
the present will show for itself. Those wishing to
buy are requested to come and look, hand enquire of
any that has seen cotton and corn growing on the
ggOne to five years inclulgence can be had.
B Y Virtue of an order from Wmn. F. Durisoe,
Ordinary for Edgefield District, I will sell at
Liberty Hill, on Friday, 11th day of September,
all the personal property of J. Samuel Limbeek
er, dec'd.. consisting of a Saddle, Shot (Jun and
other articles not necessary to mention.
Terms, on a credit until first day of January
next. Purchasers givintg notes and approved se
curitie.0. W. L ANDRUM, Adnm'r.
Aug268 St 33
T HIE undersigined offers for sale his plantation
situated 6 miles from H~atnburg, containing
S850 Acres, 200 acres of the Land niow under
cultivation. 100 acres of~ Swamp Land, which
will mako from 410 to 50 Bushels Corn to the acre.
The Land is lying on Little Horse Creek and ad
joining Lands of A. Ramnbo, Sidney Wise andi
On the place is a good comfortable two story
Dwelling, with all the necessary out Houses, also
Gin House, Saw and Grist Mill, all worked by wa
ter power. On the place is to be found plenty of
wood and timber.
Terms made known by applying to
B. L. HALTL.
Hamburg, Aug. 19 1857 2m ~ 3:2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, .Jaeob McCarty hiath applied to me fur
Letters of Administration on all andI simgular thie
.. goods and chattles, rights and credits of Denni.
McCarty late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our niext Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to he ho.lden at Edigefield
C. H., on the 7th day of September next, to show
cause, ifany, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 24th day of A ug.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundre.d
and fifay-seven and in the 82nd year of American
W .DURISOEI . .D
August 25 21 33
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHRS.
At a meeting of the Commissioners of Free
Schools for Edgefield District, held the 3rd inst.,
the following Resolutions were adopted:
1st. That the beneficiaries of the Free School
fund shall be divided into three separate and dis
tinct classes as follows:
That the first class shall consist of indigent fath
erless children, and the children of such parents as
are unable to work for the support of their fami
lies, and who are wholly dependent upon their own
bodily exertions for a support.
That the second class shall consist of children
whose parents are not owners of property beyond
a horse, cow, &c., and the children of widows
whose estate will not exceed Five Hundred Dol
lars in value. Provided however the children have
not a separate estate beyond Five Hundred Dollars
That the third class shall consist of children
whose Fathers are not worth more than Five Hun
dred Dollars-and the children of such widow la
dies as are not worth more than One Thousand
Dollars, provided the children of such parents
have not a separate estate of more than Five Hun
dred Dollars each.
That in the event or a deficiency in funds, that
the first and second classes shall always be paid
for. to the exclusion of the third. and the first in
exclusion of the second and third.
That the accounts shall be presented quarterly
and that the probate shall set out in full the num
ber of day# actually taught, as weU as the num
ber of scholars sent, and the classes must be pla
cod in their proper order, separate from each other,
so that they shall not be mixed on the account,
and give at one glance the number of days and
scholars taught in each class separate.
Ladies will be required only to certify their ac
Teachers must present their accounts to their
nearest Commissioner, or to one acquainted with
the circumstances of the applicants for the fund.
And all the Commissioners of this Board are ear
nestly requested to observe strictly the foregoing
Resolutions and be strict in their classification.
Teachers will be required to endorse their names
on the back of their accounts, with the number of
days taught and amount due.
JOHN LAKE, Ch'm.
H. T. WRIGHT, Sec'ry & Trcas'r.
ACCOUNTS MUST BE MADE OUT THUS.
Comm'ra of Free Schools for Edgefield District
To A. B. Dr.
To the tuition of the following poor children for
the quarter ending 1st Nov. 1857.
Parents Children's Class. No of INo of R
Names. Names. Pupils] Days.
A. B. CD& EF Ist 2 110 5 1 5,50
G. H. I J &K L 1st 2 80 5 1 4,00
A. B. C D& EF 2d 3 140 5 7,00
1. J. KL&MN 2d 2 100 5 5,00
A. B. CD&EF 3d 2 85 5 4,25
G. H. IJ&KL 3d 2 60 5 ,00
Total............... 13 575 ~28,75
Personally came before me, A- B-, Magistrate
(or notary public) C- D-, who says on oath, that
the numier of days taught by him were Five hun
dred and seventy-five, and the number or Poor
Children taught, Thirteen, and the amount due him
Twenty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents, of
which he has received no part, directly or indirect
ly, by discount or otherwise.
Sworn to before me, &c.
Aug 19 2t 32
SWAN & CO'S. LOTTERIES.
SEV & BRILLIAHT SCFEMZ.
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan &i
C., Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy Lot
ery, in each of their Lotteries for Sept., 1857, at
o which City they have removed their their prin
o be drawn in the city or Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 5th, 1857.
o bdrawn'i in thtecity of A tlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 12th, 1857.
o be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga.,in publie, o
Saturday, September 19th. 1857.
o be drawn in the City of A tlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 26th, 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
- ,-9 PRIZES !
Nearly one Prize to every Nine Tickets.
Magnaifcola.t Schcmo I
'rO iE DIRAwN
EACII SATURDAY IN SEPTI~lER!
I prize of... .. . 0.00 is......-......----.$001"
1 prize it...........'a00 is.................00
1 irize of.....10.0001 is...............1 .ii00a
1 prize of........... 750 I.................-5It
i prize of..........5,a0O is...................5,00
1 prize or........... 2.500 is.................2.500
1 prize of...........1.50f is.................1500
10 prizes or..... 1,00 nare...............10,00
1,1 prizes5 of.......... 900 are ............9 0
10 prize.s of........... 500 are .................0001
10I prizes of...........700 are................0001
10 parizes of..........60 are............. 6,000
1l lrizes of..........500 are...............5,000
10l prizes of..........400 are...............400
10 prizes of..........s00 arc................31110
170 prizes of..........170 are............... 25.5)0
210 prizes of..........100 are............... 21.d00
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'ting to$60.00)Il Prize are.. $100
4 P'rizes of 3,10 " " 3O.000) Prize are.. 1,200
4 Prizes of 201" " 11,000 Prizes are.. Si00
4 Prizes of 12!5 " " 7,500 Prizes are... 500
4 PrIzes of 101) " " 5000a Prizes are... 400
4 Prizes of 75 " " 2,5110 P'rizes are... 8100
4 P'rizes of 50 " " 1,50)0 Prtzes are... 210
,000) Prizes or 20...........................100,000
5,95 Prizes amounting to.............. 8320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2,50.
PLAN OF TilE LOTTER~Y.
Tte Nu~mbers fronm 1 to 501.0010. corr.spondling with thtose
umbers on the Tickets printed on, sepairate slips of~ patper,
are enicircied with small tn tubes. nand platcedt in one wheel.
rThe first 407 prizes, similarly printed and Lencrcled, are
laed~ in anothecr wheel.
Trhe wheels tare then revolved. tandt a number is drawn
from the wheel of numatbers, andi nat the inmne thne a prize is
drawn from the oither wheel. Thea numtber and prize drawn
out are opened and exhibited to. the audtience, rand regis
teredl by the Commianssioners: the prize belig pltacedl agninst
ah numnber drawn. Th'lis opierationt is repeated untzit all the
prizes are drawn, out.
Approxlamationl PrIzes.--Thte two precedting and
he twosutcceeding Numblers to thouse drawing thec first T
P'rizes wilt lbe etitled to ther 25 Approxiamnation Prizes. For
xamle: If Ticket No. 11.250 dtraws the $6lI.000 Prize.
those rickets numnbered I I.24l8, 11,249, 11.251. 11.252, will
eanlh be entitled tom $4001. if Ticket No. 551) draws the
}:.000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 56.549, 551.5.52. wilt
aha tbe entitled to $300, and soi en according to the aibove
Tbe 5.000 Priz.es of $20 will be determined by lte Inst
iure of the Nio. whilch draws thea $60,n101. For example. ifthe
No. drtawing the 6.000 prize enids witha No.!. thent alt the
Tickets where the ntnbIer enis In t wil be enatitled to $211.
if thec Numbnler ends with Number 2, then nlt thec Tickets
where the Ntumber ends tan 2 wIll be entitled to $20, ad so
n to II.
CERTIPICATES OF PACKAGES witl be sold at thec
fllownag ratle', whaleh isahe risk:
Certificte of Pascknee of tent Whaoie Tickets....$0
Ceriiate of Packnite of ten 1Uth Tirkets...........40
Certifite of Packag~e oif ten Qnanrier Tickets.........20
Uerttinte of Package of ten Eighatha Tickets..........10
lin Ordering TIckets or Certificates,
Enlose the money to our addtress for the Tickets iorderedl,
n receipt aof whicta tthey will bec forwardk-d by llrst aail.
P~urchasrs cana haave Trickets ending in anty fIgure they may
Ny-~ITe List of Drawn Numbers nand Prizes will be
senaa to pulrchtasers niamediattely after the dirawiang.
Mi)Puarchaasers with please write their signaatures plain,
anal give their Post Olee, County anda tate.
M/"Itmembuer thaat every Prize is drawn aand payable in
fail withouat dedanetioni.
ggrAil prizes of 1.0)00 nand auder. paid immediatelv after
the dlrawinag--other prizeas at tihe uasauai ime of thairty days.
FW"Ali commnaatiains strictty coantideintial.
gy"Addresn orders for TicketLs or Certifientes to
S. SW AN & (Xi , Atlantat, Ga.
or S. SW AN, Montgomtery, Ala.
g?/" A list of the' numatbers thaat are drawna froam tihe whaae,
wilt the ianount of the prize lhat seach onae is entitled to,
wilt bie mihed~. aafter every drawing. in the foltlowing pna
pers-i ew Orlennrs I eltra. Moblile lteeister, Cha~nrlestona
Sanardl, Nashevila- tOnz.eite. Atl~anta Intaeligeneer. New
York Weekly Day Book, and Savattnaha Morrang News.
Aug W,~a 4t -_33
PERSONS desirous of haaving their Ginsre
paired aind in good condition becfore the Gita
ning season is at hianda, will do well to call 011 the
undrsigtned, who p)romises to give satisfaction to
every otie. All work tvarranted.
Letters addressed to mea at Edgefield C. H.. will
receive early attention. W. B1. MAYS.
Aug. 19, 4t 32
07 The Friends of Capt. JOHN C. McDO
NALD respectfully announce him as a Candid
for MAJOR of the Lower Battalion, 7th Regime
S. C. M., to fill the vacancy therein existing oct
sioned by the promotion of Col. D. L. SuAw.
W7 TrEc friends of Capt. THOMAS P. SHA
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate I
MAJOR of the Lower Battalion, 7th Regiment,
C. M., to fill the vacancy occasioned by the pr
motion of Col. D. L. SuAw.
MWTho Friends of Maj. JOHN W. TOMPK0
espectfully nominate him as a Candidate f
COLONEL of the 9th Regiment, S. C. M., to i
the vacancy therein existing occasioned by the r
signation of Col. STROM.
L7' THE Friends of Maj L. CORLEY, respec
fully announce him as a candidate for COLONE
of the Ninth Regiment, S. C. M., to fill the vaca
cy occasioned by the resignation of Col. B. I
STROM, at the ensuing election. *
EDWARD. f RITON,
(Late Editor c. Proprietor of the Carolina Tife
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Offers his services to the public as a Colleotc
and general business Agent. He will receive fC
collection Notes or Accounts for any section of til
State, at the usual commissions.
Office over the Carolina Times Printing Offici
Columbia, S. C.
Reference will be given if required.
July 29 1mg 29
Edgefield, C. I., S. C.
LEWIS COVAR, Proprietor.
BEALL & STOVALL,
Warehouse an d Commissioi
Reynold, between Jackson and McIntosh Streeti
W E have remnved to Metcalf's LARGI
NEW FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE, o
Reynld, between Jackson and Mcintosh Streeti
reeently occupied by Gilhan & Askin, in th
Sentrc of the City, in the vicinity of the principt
Warehouses, and convenient to the Hotels.
Being amply provided vith good safe Storage fu
Cotton, Grain, Flour, Bacon,
And PRODUCE generally, we respectfully soliel
consignments, which shall receive our undivide
and faithful attentin.
FAXILY SUPPIES, and the usual facilitie
will be afforded customers.
Wg Our Commissions will be such as are cus
tomary in the city. . WM. M. BEALL,
J. W. L. STOVALL.
Augusta, August 20 2m 31
CITY DRUG STORE
CC3'O MI rT r O31 miTW
A FAVORABLE offer is now made to all thou
in want of supplies of
Falliily Medicines, Dl'gS, Paiils, Oils
WINDOW GLASS, PERFUMERY, &c.,
To embrace the present oppoitunity. I am desirou
f closing out my present large and well assorte
Stock of all the above Goods on hand, at a
Small Advance on New York Cost!
And being compelled to remove on the It Octobe
ext, I appeal toa my friends and patrons in Sout,
aroline to help me out. Call soon as bargains wil
e given. WM. H AINES,
City Drug Store.
A ugst, Aug 10 4t 31
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC,
LL persons are forewarned from trading for
Acertain Note oIf hand given by the Subscribe
o Samuel C.Scott, for $75. dated about the 20i1
ifav 1857, and payable one day after date, as
im'deternmined to resist the payment of the samt
W. L. PARKS.
Aug. 12 1857 3*8
9mr R EGIM ENT, S. C. M. (
DrL-rossvuLLC, Aug 14, 1857. 5
N Pursuance of an order received from Birif
Gen. W. C. MoRtAGNE, an Election will be heli
itt he Comnpaniy muster erounds on the 25th Sep
eber next, for COLONEL of the 9th Rtegimeni
. C. al., to, tll the vacancy caused by the resigna
tio of Cul. 1B. F. Stroma.
Maj. .J. Wa. Tompkins and Capt. Wim. Jecnning
are charged with the extension of this order.
Lieut. Colonel commaanding.
G. W. Bt~aTOX. Adj't.
Aug 10) ' 5 3~2
BY Virtue of stundry writs ol Fieri Fneinas
me directed. I will proceed toa sell at Edge
held C. Ii., ont the tirat Monday in Sept. niext, thi
ltoing property, to wit:
J. P. Bates, Trustee for the use of Ezekiel Pad
nett, vs George E. Hlendy and .ithers, Onie negr
boy George, one Buttgy and lHrneses. Levied o:
as the property of the~Defenslent G. E. Ilendy.
L. Ilarvley and others vs. Samuel J'. Lorick, on
negro, woman Kis.
James Collins vs W. S. IHall, One Gray Marc
one Buggy and Harness.
Terms of sale, Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.a.v.
Aug1 1$59 3t 32
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
B Y WV. F. DURtISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edg
Whereas, Dr. .J. C. Ready hathi applied to me ft
Letrs of Administration, on all and singular thi
goods and chaitles,righis and credits of i1rs. Haunna
Berry late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all an
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said decean
d, io be and appear before me, at ournext Ordinary
Couurt for the said Diistrict, to be holden at Edgefiel
. ., on the 31st day of Aug. inst., to shol
cause, if any, why the said administration should rnc
Given under my hand and seal, this 17th dlay <
Aug. in the year of our Lord one thousand eigh
hund red and fit'ty-seven, and in the 82ntd year of Amer
canInepndece W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
State of Southa Carolina,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edga
Whereas, Mlas. 31. J.rAta BUTLa hath al
pied to me for Letters of Administration, with 111
will annexed, on all and singuhar the goods and cha
tIes, rights andl credits of Piierce 11. Butler, late
the District aforesaid, dec'dl.
These are, therefore, to cite and admunish, all at1
singular, the kindred and creditors of dhe said decei:
ed, to he anad appear before me, at ouirrnext Ordinary
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefiel
Court House, on the 31st day of Aug. inst., 1
show cause, if any, why the said administration shu
not e granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 18th day
Aug. in tihe year of our Lord one thousand eigi
hnd red and fifty-seven and in the eighaty-second yet
of American Independence.
W. F. D URISOE, O.E.D.
Aug. 19 1857 2t 32
State of Southa Carolina,
B Y WV. F. DURISOE, Esquare, Ordinary of Edg
Whetes, W. HI. MIoss hailh applied to ii
for Lettersof Administration, on all and singular tl
goods anad chattles, righits an~d credits of Trhom
0. Key, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admnish all am
singular, the kindred and creditors of said decease
to be anid appear hefoire me, at our next Ordinar3
Court for the said District to be holden at Edgefie
C. H. on the 3lstday of Aug. inst., to show caus
if any, why the said Adminiistration should noti
Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day
Aug. in the year of our Lord one thousand eig
iundred and fifty-sevensnd in the Eighty-second ye
of American In dependence.
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
- FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, ANE
or UBLIC opinion and Physicians have decided
P 71LSARSAPARILLA that can be obtained. ]
ingredicnts are well known to Physicians and the I
~ MEDICINES, when appropriately used, often EF:
Nothing more need be said in praise of it, tht
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcholi
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chionani
r (Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.)
II glirThose referino- this Compound Prepartion
DENNIS' ALTERAT'VE, OR GEORGIA SAR
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN ani
July 15, 1857.
TUTT& PELLETIER 6
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
HAMBURG, S. C., is
A RE receiving their supplies for the Summor k
and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Soaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
ALL ARTICLES in
generally found in their line of business.
" Planters, Merchants, Physicians and all V
L persons dealing in our line will find it to their in- a
terest to give us a call as we are determined to sell S]
at the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
M Planters can rely upon having their mem
orandums filled with the BEST OF ARTICLES, 01
and put up in packages to suit their convenience. p?
TUTT & PELLETIER,
Next door to A. Burnside. w
HIamburg, July 15, 0m 27 w
JEFFERS & COTIRANS, M
r FACTORS AND COMMISSION
t CHARLESTON, S. C.
J'NCOURAGED by the past, we are perma
J.2a nently established and continue the
Factorage and Commission Business
in Chqrleston, and renew our pledge to Planters,
Merchants and the public - generally, that we will
devote our personal attention, energy and skill to
the SELLING of
Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat,
Or any other Produce sent to us for sale. We will
carefully BUY GOODS, when ordered, and at
tend to the FORWARDING OF MERCIAN
DIZE Shipped to our care.
We therefore respectfully solicit a continued and
increased share of that Patronage, heretofore so
liberally extended to us, and for which we return
our thanks. 11. L. .JEFFERS, Charleston.
5 W. S. COTHRAN, Rome. Ga.
JNO. COTIRAN, Abbeville.
July 20. 6t 28
.AT COST Z
WISING to make room for my Winter Sup- a
VTplies, I will sell the remainder of my excel- at
lent Stock of SUMMER CLOTHI1NG at Ia1
-COST FOR CASH 01
Comc one-come all, who are in want of good and fo
cheap Clothing, suitable for this season. A rare ol
rchance is now offere:l 1 Bargains may be had ! I ol
am determined to clear my shelves forthwith. m
5OHN COLGAN. hi
-FEdgeniejd, S. C., July 28 'tf 29 se
A Rare Chanee! tI
'T'HE Subscriber wishing to remove to the South
.1West, ollers for sale his BEAUTIFUL Al
HOUSE AND LOT in the Town of Granitesille. g.
As an indlucement to purchasers to come a:nd see
-for themiselves, lhe would state that the Lot with all at
its impfrovemtents, consisting of a Two story Dwell
ing Hosc, built after the mot impr'oved style of at
architecture, tnatly fitnished and plastered through- th
- out, a Kitchen wit'h two apartments, a Well of ex
el-nt water. can be bought for Cash, or on a credit
till the first of October next, for less than the origi- .
nal cost of the Dwelling H ouse alone.
A. P. NORRIS.
Granitcville, JTune 15, tf 23 ]
Downer Orphan Schooli tl
TI IE public are unotified that there are at this o
y timne SIX V ACA NCIES (four boys and two
. irls) int this Institution to be filled fromt Edgefield
Any Orphan Child (male or female) in indigent
cirumttees, antd between the ages of six and .
,thirteen will be admitted. All who are acquainted ai
with such children are requested to send them at Iec
an early date. accompanied with the certificate of
two respectable citizens, sworn to before a Magis- Je
rate, in prooxf oif their eligibility.!l
- H. Rt. COOK, dr
THJOS, W. WIHATLEY,
TIIOS. J. TDAVIS,J
Beech Island, Aug 3, 4t 30
-THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, hi
EDGEFIELD DTSTRTCT, a
W . L. Coleman, Bill for specifec per-- s
r P *- fo'rmance, 4.-c. ot
r PJ.Coleman. l
B BY Virtue of an Order in Equity in this case, I
'will sell at Edgefield C. H., on the first Mon- o
ay in September next, the Tract of Land described o,
Iin the Bfi as the f
SALUDA MILLS PLACE. r
gl gTerms made known on day of sale. la
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D. af
AugS 5 t 30 at
H ead-Quarters, e
- 7-ru REGIMENT, S. C. M. p
CHAvas' CREEK, Aug 8, 1857. t
P Y Virtue of an Order fram Brig. Gen. Mo- "~
) R~AGN, an Election will be held in the Lower
attalion, 7th Regiment, S. C. M., ott Saturday the
5th day of September next, for MAJOR of snid -.
Battalion. By order of D. L. SH AW, Col.
Aug12 4t 31 .
DYE & LA TASTE, 6
Warehouse a n d Commissionm
IESPECTFULLY announce to their friends 5
a -~. and the public generally, that they have formed
dt a connection in the'above business, and have leased;
o the FIRE PROOF WAREHOUSE of Col. Clan- F
d ton-North side of Reynolds street, recently occu- S
,* pied by Mr. George L.~Anderson. T
t Front their long experience, they fHatter them- ~
r selves that they will be enable to give entire satis
fetion to those who may favor them wvith consign
ments of COTTON or other produce. tc
Their prompt personal attention will be given to
-Orders for BAGGING, ROPE, &e., and purchasing $
of fatmily supplies at lowest market prices. Also to
the forwarding of Goods consigned to our friends in
Liberal Cash advances made, when desired by
e Our charges will be the same as those of other
e uses of the City engaged in the ame business.
s JA MES M. DYE,'
ANDRl4W G. LATASTE.
d Augusta, Aug 10 tf 31
IdNew Flour Mills
me y~Y MiLLS are now in operation, and are fur
IV nishted with EVERY FACILITY for ma
(. ing FLOUR and MEAL of the best quality. r
~* FourR. T. MlMS.
ar g ormiles West of Edgefield C. II., and
one mile from the Plank Road.
TO PURIFY TE BLOOD.
that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
t sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
eople at the South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
FECT GREAT CURES.
n to publish what it is composed of. It con
olic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
hus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE..GUE.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
rHE Subscribers take this method of returning
L their heart felt thanks to the citizens of
gefeld Village and District for the liberal pat
nage bestowed upon them, and hope to merit a
tinuance of the same.
We have and keep constantly In Store, at our
d stand between Mr. Edmund Penn and John
Dlgan's Stores, an EXCELLENT and VARIED
our own manufacture, which we are confident
inferior to none ever before offered in this mar
. Our present stock consists of a lot of splendid
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A large and beautiful variety)
Sofas and L'ounges,
00K-CASES, TABLES, WASHSTANDS, &c.
every style and quality, which we are now sell
Sati reduced prices.
le have and intend keeping constantly on hand
full stock of MOSS and COTTON MATTRAS
3S which will be sold cheaper than ever.
d Furniture of every description promptly and
We are determined to give satisfaction to all
tio may favor us with their patronage, and by
irranting our work to be put up in a workman
:e manner and of the best material, we hope to
cure a reasonable share of public encourage
ant. M. A. MARKERT,
July 1 tf 25
k FRESH supply or Landreth TURNIP SEED
just received. The assortment comprises
Large White Globe,
Yellow Scotch or Aberdeen,
Improved Purple Top Yellow Rutabaga,
Early Dutch Flat,
Red or Purple Top Flat.
W' Call soon and get your supplies.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
J 'y 1 tf 25
he Celebrated Stallion Henry,
ILL stand the ensuing FALL SEASON at
VJohn P. Mays' on M4ondays and Tuesdays,
d at James A. Collins' on Thursday. and Fridays,
Fifteen dollars the Season, and Twenty-five del
IEN RlY is a chesnut sorrel, about fifteen hands
c inch high, and most powerfully formed both
r strength and speed. H~e will be seven years
d next M~ay. lie i-an more races in his three years
i form than any horse ever ran before; among the
amber we-re two four mile races, in both of which
lost-the second heat in good time (7 min. 45
c. ana 7.44 by half a neck unly. In the first he
a beaten by the renowned Grillf Edmondson, in
e second by Mary Tay'or of equal renown. He
m several races at two and three miles.
IENRY was by Imported Gleneo, his dam by
edo, g. dana by Coesiuseo, g. g. dam by Melzair,
g. g. dam by Medley. g.g. g. g. dam by Imported
iomed, &c. is pedigree cannrot be excelled by
y horse in the wor-l..
All persons sending mares to UENRY must ay
the time how they are to be served, otherwise
cy will be charged as by the season.
Ag 5 tf 30
LANDS FOR SALE,
)Y consent of all the parties ia interest, I will
!aol'ir for sale at Eslelield Court Ilouse, oan
e FIRST MONDAY in OCTOBER next,
ALL THlE LAlRDS
the lte A ndrew Gomillion. deceased, for parti
in among his heirs at law, consisting of the fol
wing Tracts. to wit:
1. TlE HOM E TR ACT, adjoining lands of
.sse Gmillion. James Nail anid others, containing
iudred atnd twenty-four (624) acres, more or
2. TiE HALL TRACT, adjoining lands or
sse Gomilion nnd other lands oif said estate, and
is of Lovett Giemillion, and containing two lhun
ednd .-nlsevenity-nine (279) acres, more or less.
3. TIE RYAN TRACT adjoining lands of
asse Gomillion and Lovett Gumillion, and con
ning sixty-two (02) acres, more or less.
4. TIlR MINE CREEK TRACT, adjoinaing
rids of Capt. Wmn. Moblev, .Jncoh Lagroon andi
hers, and containing three hundred and five (30J5)
res, more or less.
5. TE LANG TRACT, adjoining lands of
id Estate and lands of B. T. Bontw-right and
hers, containing ninety-four (94) acres, more or
6. TIE FANNING TRACT, adjoining lands
said estate. Lovett Gomillion atnd others, and
taiting three hundred and severity (370) acres,
ore or less.
7. TE BEECH CREEK TRACT, adjoining
ads of Jesse Siatcher, Jepthta Couch and others,
ad containing one hundred and seventy-one (171)
rem, more or less. ,
The above described lands will be sold on a
edit of twelve mnonths from the day of sale. Thme
archasers will be required to, give notes with
o apprved seur-ities to secure the pur chase
may. JESSE GOMILLION, Agent,
For the He.irs of Andrew Gomuillion.
Aug 9t 30
SE Exercises or these Academies will be re
Isumed on the FIRST MONDAY IN AU
UST, and will be continued, the Male D~epart
eat under the control of Mr. J. L. LESLY, and
e Female under the control of Mr. J. HI. MOR
IS, with competent Assistants.
RATES OF TUITION.
the Male Department, pe-r Session,..20 00
iN TEi FE)WALE DEPARTaIENT rza sEsioN.
irat Class, Primary Department........$9 00
eoad Class, Ordinary English Branches. .12 00
bird " hiigher branches...........15 00
murth " Greek, Latin and French ,....18 00
s..---------------------.. 5 00
Pupils will be charged from the time of entering
the end of the Session.
Board can be had in the Village at from,$8 to
10 per month. HI. A. SHIAW,
See'ry Board of Trustees.
July 22 i 28
PlE Exercises of the ORANGEBURG FE
L LMALE C OLL E GE will be resumed on
neaday the 25th August.
IL Catalogues may be obtained at the Book
tore of Messrs. McCARTEaL & Co., Charleston, or
om the Subscriber at Orangeburg.
J. S. K. LEGARE.
O rangeburg, July 20, 51 28
lE imported SPANISH JACK COLUMBUS
will stand the FALL SEASON at Edgefield
. H., commencing the 10th August.
8. F. GOODE.
Aug1n t 30
PROSPECTUS OF THE
PENA N . I ME88ENGER
A Weekly Journal devoted to
NEWS, MORALS AND LITERATUE,
To be published at
PENDLETON, S. C..
T1HE Subscriber proposes to publish a WEEKLY
JOURNAL at Pendleton, und--r the above
caption, at Two Dollars per annum, invariably in
advance, the publication to commence as soon as a
sufficient number of subscribers shall be sent in to
justiry expense of publication-payn.ent to be made
on the receipt of the first number. Post Masters,
and all others friendly to our enterprise, are respect
Pally solieited to aid us in getting up subscribers to
the paper, and forwarding their names immedIately
to the subscriber at Pendleton. S. C. Be particular
in sending the name of subscribers, always to send
the name of the State, County and Post Office, with
the subscriber's name.
The Paper will be of common sie, printed on
clear type. Its columns will be devoted to News,
Morals and Literature. It will be "Independent a
in all things, and neutral In nothing." It shall he
he our aim always to make It a welcome visitor to .
each family and individual who may favor us with
their patronage. WM LIVELY.
Pendleton Ag8 tf 8
PLANTERS' SUPPLIES j
THE Subscriber begs leave to
fl inform the public that he has in
itore, at the 8tai o-eupled by him the last sese
son, a WELL SELECTED Stock of Planters
Supplies, consisting of
Museovado and Porto Roo SUGARS ;
Stuart's H. B. & C. Soft "
Baltimore Refinery of same qbality;
MOLASSES, Hads., Tierces and Barrls -
Rio and Java COFFEE:
IRON all sizes, and HOLLOW WARE
BAGGING, ROPE ana TWINE;
Gunny Cloth, a heavy article;
Osnaburgs and Stripes;
7-8 and 4-4 Augusta Goods;
SALT. very large Sacks -
50 Hhds. BACON SiDkS;
10 " SHOULDERS;
SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH, &e., &0., a:
f which will be sold on accommodating terms to
g7 Orders solicited and promptly attened to.
UADUaG, June 6 tf 22
T HE Proprietor of this well known and popu-.
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling publie
generally, that this House is sill open for the re
cption 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
thoroughly repaired, and the Rooms and Furniture
put in excellent cundition for the Spring and Sum
My Table will be furnished with the beat that can
be had, and presided over by one skilled in the enli
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 attentivechar
acter, 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 continuunce of the game.
JOHIN A. MAYS.
07 The travelling community are notified that.
he- and their baggage will be conveyed. at a mo
ent's wining, without charge, to the Carolina or
eorgia Depots. J. A. Md.
Unmburg, June 10 1857 tf 22
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
DHRIIITIE & URLUBT.
~HE Subscriber. offer for sale at the old stand
Lof R. H. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
-ggA~q EB'BS , -.
And all other articles in their line. They have
nade arrangements to keep their House supplied
with the 13-EST ARTICLES, from the BEST
actories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will bo furnished to order on'short notice.
April 22 tf 15
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me
directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
. IH., on the first Monday in September next1 the
ollowing property in the following cases, to wit:
Andrew J. Wise vs JIohn Autrey ; L. P. Rut
land and other Plaintiff's severally vs The Same,
One Tract of Land containing Two hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of B. T. Boatwright,
dr. Elizabeth Bush and others.
S. C. Strom, Adm'or. vsJames Boyd and Tandy
oyd, Ex'ors., One Tract of Land containing.Two '
undred and seven acres, more or less, adjoinig
ands of D. D. Brunson, George Broadwater and
W. H~olmes vs. Samuel C. So-itt; S. Getzen and
others vs. the Same, One Tract of Land containing
Two hundred and sixty-two acres, more etr less.
adjoining land of Thomas Crafton. James llam
nond and others.
Win. & . Hill for Win. Hill, vai. rtufus Holley;
Others vs. The Same, One Tract of Land contain
ing Two thousand acres, more or lea., adjoining
f W. P. Jones and other.
John A. Cook & Co. vs W. J. Turner, The De
fendant's interest in one Tract of Land cotitaining
seven hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lards
f ames Morris, Isaac Bryant, A. Hatcher 'ad
John M. Clark vs. John C. Thomais and Thos.
. Burnett, One Tract of Land contamning One
undred and thirty acres, more or less, adjoinig
lands of A. Kilerease, Tandy Buckhalter and others.
Levied on as the property of John C. Thomas.
A. G. Gaskins and other., for James Spearman,
vs. John L. Harmon, one Tract of Land containing.
One Thousand acres, more or less, adjoining lands
f J. W. McKellar, W. B. Dorn and other.
Cadaway Clark vs Moses Clark, One Tract of
Land containing Fifty-seven acres, more or less,
udjoining lands of William Dean, Hiram May and
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, s.s.n.
Aug 12 1857 4t 31
State of South Carolina,
W. White and wife, }
J. C. Thomas, Guardian ad Li P-hs~
tem of his minor children.
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefield C. H., on the Grst Monday,
in September next, for partition, the Real Estate of
Mary Ann Thomas, dee'd., a traet or parcel of laud
ying 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, and ad
joining lands of Abram Kilerease, Estate of Sarah
Thomas, Mrs. E. Canfleld, Tandy Buckhalter and
Tae--Oni a credit until first of January next,
(1858.) The purchaser to give bond and seeurity,
and a mortgage to the Ordinary to secure the pur
chase money and to pay for titles. Costs to be paid
n Caas.J- EIDSON, EN.s.
Aug 5 1857. . 5t g0 '
Sae Costs whilst you Can.
A LL persons indebted to the Undersigned, either
R.t3by Note or Aecount, are hereby warned that
they MUST PAY UP, or make satisfactory ar
rangements, previous to Return Day, or they will
most assuredly be compelled to pay costs. I have
got to raise $5,000 in an incredible short time, and
consequently I expect those indebted to me to liqui
date the same without delay. Let your actions in -
this matter be in accordance with my neeessities,and.
all will be well. W. W. HAVIRD.
Ag 5 it 30
- Pot Ash.
(L. PENN Agent, has just'reeived asnp
ke. ply ofPOT ASH, put up in tin oans,. with
fu. l d're.:-.n fr-. - mainas ad hardi soap.n
T HE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTING AETIICIAL TEETE,
IS now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer 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 Teetb.
June 24, If 24
W The friends of Capt THEOPHILUS DEAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefield
District, at the ensuing election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res.
pectfully announoe him as a candidate for Bharg,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, In the upper part of the Distriot, respect
fully announce him as a oandidate for *hrif of
Edgefield Distriot 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.
37 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
07 THE Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully annonncehim as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
ITThe friends of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
07 TnE 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
g7 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.
WT Tuz Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing
07The friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
17 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
Wf The lriends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
TO THE PUBLIC,
T HE Undersigned having sold the American
llotel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
ie generally for the liberal patronage bestowed
pon us. and would solicit the same for its present
0. H. P. SCOTT & CO.
Uamburg, May 30, 1857.
HA MBURG, 8. C.
T'IE Subscribers take this opportunity of in
.forming their friends :and the public generally
that they have bought the above HOTEL, and
are having it refitted in the best possible style for
their reception. We flatter ourselves that every
ecessary arrangement has been made to promote
the comfort of all who favor us with their company.
Our ROOMS are airy and comfortably furnished ;
SERVANTS attentive and obedient. And our
ABLE will be constantly supplied with the best
the season all'ords. Our friends may therefore rest
atisfied that every exertion will he cheerfully ren
dered to make their sojourn pleasant and agreeable.
There will be in attendance a GOOD OSTLER,
nd H-orses lef t in our charge will receive particu
ggrPersons arriving at this House may feel as
sured that their baggage will be promptly sent,
rc of charge, to the'Carolina or to either of the
We solicit a share of the patronage of thnse visit
ing our Town. G. C. CUNNINGHAM,
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM,
Uamburg, June 1, 1857. ly 21
[MPORTANI TO PLANTER8!
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
R ICHM O ND CO U NTY, G A.,
0ONTINUES to manufacture W OO LBE N
.CLOTH at 12b~ cents per yard ;finding every
niaterial except the Wool. The extensive and con
stantly increasing patronage the Factory has en
jeyed for years past, assure the Proprietors that
the article of
Winter Clothing for liegroes,
Made by them, has not been surpassed by any
Cloth made North or South.
Recent extensivo improvements and additions
unt only enable us to keep up the standard of the
Goods, but to secr 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 send us the
Wool, washed clean in cold water. If sent dirty
ne half cent per yard extra is charged for wash
ing. Burry Wool is not objectionable; the Burrs
are removed by machinery.
The name of the owner should be marked on all
Packages seat us. Wool sent by any of the Rail
Roads in 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 is made
up in the turn received, hence an early delivery is
always desirable. All instrnctions to
WK SOEEY, l'rest
A ugusta, Ga., July 6, 3m 26
5tate of South Carolina,
Robert W. Hatcher and wife,
by next friend Bartley W. Hatcher Bill for
William J. Turner.J
BY virtue of an order in Equity, I will sell at
RJEdgefieldl C. H., on the first Monday in Sep.
enber next, the tract of Land described in the
Bill, containing Four Hundred and sixty-five (465)
ares more or less, bounded by lands of John At.
k-inson, Foster Blodgett, Elizabeth Hatcher, Allen
Franklin and others.
Tns-The cost and one fourth of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the balance on a
redit until the first day of January next. The
purchaser to give bond to the Commissioner, with
two approved sureties to secure the purchase
money.-the title to be signed and sealed but not
delivered until the bond be paid.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.B.D.
August 8, 1857, 4t 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
A. C. DeCottes, Treas. Bill for Account and
C. .ts. Foreclosure.
B Y Virtue of an order in Equity in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale at Edgefield
C. II., on the first Monday in September next, the
HOUSE AND LOT IN POTTfERSVILLE,
Recently occupied by C. W. Styles, Esq., and ad
joining lands of Col. F. W. Pickena and others.
TEns.-The costs and one half of the purchase
money in cash. The remaining part on six months
credit. Purchasers to give bond with approved se
curities for the purchase money.
Ak SIMKINS, c.3.i.D.
A g5 si 30