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TI A MRITRG. Aue 31. 1057.
CoTrox-The Marlet rather aull-.the hicheq
sales made within the last week was a crop Ic
which brought on the m-irket 151. There has bee
but 'ttle offering. We quote as extremes to-da:
13 to 151 cents.
Country Flour $5 to S5.50 per barrel.
Bacon continues high. No material change il
the provision 'Market. K.
THE "Rethlehem Camp Meeting in Edgefielc
District, will commence on Thursday evening
September 24th. JOHN A. PORTER,
Preacher in Charee.
Sept 2 4t 34
The friends of Mr. F. M. NICHOLAS re
spectftlly announce him as a Candidate for Clerli
of Edeefeld District at the ensuing election.
M"' We are authorized by the friends of Mr
EDMUND PENN, to nominate him as a Candi-dati
for Clerk of Edgefield District at the ensuing elec.
MW THE Friends of JACKSON COTAR re
spectfully announce him as a Condidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the ensuing election.
6-7 The Friends of Capt. JOHN C. McDON
NALD respectfully announce him as a Candidate
for MAJOR of the Lower Battalion, 7th Regiment,
S. C. M., to fill the vacancy therein existing occa
sioned by the promotion of Col. D. L. SiAW.
5g TuE friends of Capt. THO3AS P. SHAW
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for
MAJOR of the Lower Battalion, 7th Regiment, S.
C. M., to fill the vacancy occasioned by the pro
motion of Col. D. L. SuAw.
SM'The Friends of Maj. JOHN W. TOMPKINS
espectfully nominate him as a Candidate for
COLONEL of the 9th Regiment, S. C. 31., to fill
the vacancy therein existing occasioned by the re
signation of Col. SiToX.
E THE Friends of Maj L. CORLEY, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for COLONEL
of the Ninth Regiment, S. C. M., to fill the vacan
cy occasioned by the resignation of Col. B. F.
STRot, at the ensuinz election. *
MEDICAL TESTIMONY CANNOT BE CONTROVERTED.
g One oif the tuist startling cases is narrated of
Dr 'Lane's Vernifuge by Dr. John Butler, of Low
oil, Trumbull Co.. Ohio. The case was that of a young
Stdy who had been very sick for ciyht geri, and had
cjnsultell a nuimler of physicians. who had treated it
as one of Prolapius Uteri. Dr. Butler was then called
in, and for a titno believed with his prmlecessors that
it was a case of Prolapsus. lie wis, however, soon
forced to the conclusion th:tt his iatiouL was suffering
from worms and af:er much persuta!ion prevailed
upon her to take two dotes of Dr. 'Lane's Vermi
f.igv, prepared by Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh. This
m2dicine had the eilect of removing frion her a count
less number of the large.t ..ze. After she passed
them, her health immediately returned. SIte is since
msrried, and continues to eujoy excellent health.
gg Purchasers will be catreful to ask for DD.
'MLANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
ractured by FLEIINU BROS.. of Pittsburgh,. Pa.
All other Liver Pills in cotoparison are worthless.
Dr. 31'Lanes genuine Liver Pills, also his celebratedl
Vermnifuige. can now be hal at all resliectable drug
stolres I. SOne yeniacl u-ithout the a.;uueg
21 FLE3ING; BROS.
DAVIS' PAl's KItL.ER GIVES UNIVERSAL. SATIS
DJi-:tt -:t:--in ju-tice to. this :ihtaide medicIne. I
mulst i..y that I hatve nevet si uin article whichi
gives- suih universail sat isfactio'n to all whoi have uise.
it. I hatve nevet, had a nmedicinte wichkt has niet with
anyti ng like satch a r::pid ..-ale as your Pain Killer.
and its virtues are the topic of conversatiin anyu
places in this vicinity. I have recommned-u it for
the cure of fever amid ague, anid warranted it. :amdi n
his rrud eases in twenty-four hours. In c-onchisi..n.
let ,nd say, that wherever it has been introdtucedi int.,
a faumily, it is regarded as ana indispensable zuedit-nle,
and is kept constantly on hand.
W. W. Ro)BERTS, La Port Imld.
For sale ini this Village biy t. L. P'ENN. Agmt.
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, L. F.
A N Extra Cionntitu~u:i o of thi'
SLodge wilt be ht. id at hier .> I A
IlIA LL, in the Odd 'elisws A' - n
t'inie Bun Idine, in Mh-n.iay evenit.
-the 7th Sept.. at 7 o'clock.
By order (it
E. BLA NID, W. M1.
D. R. De:aisos, See'ry.
A og25 2t 33
Edgefield Coilegiaite inistitute
FOR YOUNGL. AD)IES!
ri 11E FALL and WLNTIlm SESSION tfor
'857-S, will comnmenee on Miinda> Se-ptemn
her 21st. lRates of Tuition, lbeguiatins, &c. the
same as last Session.
CIIAS A. R ATM0ND.
.Sept I St -- -
TIlIE L A W Patrtnership of lB 0 N II A Ml &
AA .MS is thi. day dli-sokved by mnutual con
sent. Our business ho this date will be conducte-d
by us as P'aa ners. 1. L. IDJN11A.\l,
Sept l, 187. t
TlflE Co-Patrtnershtp hetret fire exi.ting uinder
..the nnme and style of T UTTr PEL LET! El:t,
was this itay dissolved by mzutal consent. The
1ioiiks, Notes and Accounts will be found in the
hands of A. -1 I'ELLETIER, whoii alonte is anther zud
-to settle up the businesei of the said Firm.
II. B. TUTTI.
3. J1. PELLETHER.
H amburg, S C., Aug 19, 18&7.
r11E Undersign, il haive etet ed into a Co part
n ersh'p under the name and style of A. .
1-ELLETI F:. & CO.. loin the ransactiion of the
J arug nuod A puth..ea y 1,usb:e-s wh.ch will be curn
ducted by A. J1 PaLLTtza.
It. .J. D ELPi!,
A. d1. P'ELLET1IElt.
IIamb~lurg. A eg I19, 1857.
- N ,.titin i: t ake ths mthotid or ret.urning iny
t.,k,. ii: the very Ii-iln p:tronaie tirtowedl
on the .. d I- mii, aund --h t ior th - newa a e.nn'mu
tine-- ii thei -:.mie i L - T 'T '.
Ihuoibig, S C.. Aug. 19, 1 07. lii Z3
Self-Sharpening straw Cutters!
I P lEN N, Attent, ha ju-t r- ceived :indI ole
h. '- -i sail- a supplly oif the miiiat applromvedl arti
cle iof Cult N 511 k-l- L -ItS. A !sou, a laraze Stoc-k
of t hi se relebr.ite-d S.:if-Shiarpeing S TI It A W
C U T- T E I: S. The firnmers will jdcase 5send itl
Si-pt 2 tf
Mfoney Wanted !
fjNIlE Subsehr.rii h-is placed alI Notes andI Ac
I counts due thlirm ni of liewleyv & emiith, iit
to hiise It imhd v;'u:A-y, in thie hands of 31e-srs.
tI~lgtz.h ,& W i uhlt loin cille-ctiion. anti ecinii l
ho.s liat all iiebteid wiI maLke- arranigemen-ii
to sitr by or be-tore Itu rn a, as hi: ittemd
Ic i -n to iih tic. at an earty dilne, un-1 muist el.+-s
ui ,hius hiiuita wihout furtheir detlay.
W. C. BIEWLEY.
'fA :,i OF SOU1T11 CA: RO(L.INA,
IN tjn;)lN A IY.
y y- W,. F~. h-i!1(1.'0i, I-;iitr., (Ordinary of Edge
Where,... Ile-try T. W riti hath iappl,-d to nm- fi.
au6:-I chatit|-,. rai n:I -enit dii f .1-a k .oa
,.w'- S, lit-e if thme .i,tra-t a forti ju id, -re:issed.
These are, th.:re-fire, to itie anid inotni-lh all tin
.intiu~c the. kinidred and crohtiiers. of the s~i- ildeien
edt-- he and appear before mue,aut onrnex-t Oriniry
C--sit Icr the said liisitricti, to b~e hlen- at Edgil
li ~. on the 9ili da.y u-f S.-pt. next, iio shot
eause, if ay, nt by the sanl ardiautration shoulid iit
(iien~ min:hr me i:tod ant st-n. ei-?aidi
tm.t the veur of ou-r LordI .- thoui-and ij
be;.t',d a nit ti ft y-sevien, and iim-t 2id ear of A mier
-can idepenudentce. WV. F. DUbltlbE, 0. E. D.
S..nt2 *2t 34
A Y PLANTATION and . .
l residence knnwn an the
t. Four mile.' from Edgefield C. I., on the Plank
One Thousand and Fourteen Acres,
about 400 of whic.h are in fine euhture. There ar
on the plice a large and coimfortable Dwelling
House, and every outbuilding to be found on a
Farm, and all comparatively nw,-also. a gool
Well in the yard and Spring near by. This is a
healthful and desirable rt sidence.
I -.A. Is -
My ll ILL TRACT. adjtoining the first. containing
Four hundred and fifty acres-200 of which are
cleared and in fine'eulture. There are on it a Saw
Mill in good order for work, a comfortable Dwel
ling louse and out buildings (a Gin House except
ed,) all comparatively new.
-.A.L Is o
The KNOWLAN TRACT, adjoining the first,
a finely timbered and beautiful hoisy of land, all in
woods, containg one hundred and sixty-six aeres
The above places will be slA at parately or to
gether. M. L. BONIIA M. I
Sept 2 4t 84
HORN'S CREEK LAND
T HE Subscriber, intending to make a change in
his business on the first of .lanuary next, <f&rs
fur sale his Plantation situated four and a half miles
South of Edirefield C. 11., on the road leading to
Three Hundred and Fifty-six Acres.
The improvements, consisting or a good Dwelling
House and all ordinary plantation buildings, are ini
good order. The place is well watered, having
several good Springs on the premises, and an ex- e
cellent well in the yard.
Thosie u ishing to purchase will do well to call
and examine for thetselves as this section of coun
try offrts inducencrts to cotton-growing inferior to
none in South Car->lina.
E[ A bargain mnay be ha:1 by applying soon.
J. L A.IISON.
Sept 2 tf 34
T TIE undersituned offers Ir sale his plantation
situateJ (; miiles from llambiunr, contaiiiini!
S!0 Akreri, 2O acres of the Land now uniler
cultivation. 100 acres of Swamp Lnind, which
will make froi 40 to 50 Bushels Corn to the acre.
The Land is lying on Little itorse Creek and ad
joining Lands of A. Rambo, Sidney Wise and
Oi tie place is a good comfortable two story
Dwelling, with all the necessary out loiuses, also
Gin Hlouse, Saw and Grist Mill, all worked by wa
ter power. On the p!ace is to be found plenty of
wood and timber.
Terms made known by applyving to
D. L. IIALL.
IHamburg, Aug. 19 187 21n
Egypt Land for Sale.
I3IE suhreriber desiris to sill his LA ND three
iniles North ,f Eigt-field C. It. The Trw-t
cntains 379 Acres,-ong half in cultivatoin,
mosily fresh hind-tlie sIalaie- in woods. The place
is in (-oid rep:tir with pleniti of -ipod water. The
past erops have been equal to any iii :he District
the presn-tit wil shlw fur itself. Those w.shing to
biuy are requested to comne ad look, and eilquire ofj
any that his s-en cot:on amd corn growing on the
*rune to live years indu1r,-nee can be ha.l.
Aug 26 tf 33
STATE or souTi CAROLINA,
N.imey Robertson, )
2$. 'l Bill for Par.
.lohn Lewis Rob rtson, et al. 5 -
B Y~ Viritie ofi an order f:- im Chiane !iir Waxrl:,w
in thi cause, I will sell tat the I iomoeste-ad on
the lBird Cre~ek Tract, on W.-dn.:slay ifo-r the
first \loin.'ty in Octier ier, (:.iiiiw the 7th) the
R.:il Estat e of i.hliah I i ert- o:., dee'ti., conusi-tingi of Ii
TllE JJillD CRtL'EK TRA1CT,'f
Containiinz oine hm nohed and forty--th~.ee (I 143) ,
iert s. miirei or has. ttdj..utiig liandsi .f -John Pie t
and; oioer Jnis.A:,i
On te Ke it~at.e.. uii.- vtir Siet tumle: (:i0 if
.Th IeM.Cia ni..':nn.s o r and ao
i.:lam:-r ot telt f one & a. l.aUI year fthe
I'tih..liey i spe.ciuih wte r ii tin- il--t itht ni
lrdm yr i ..isrea.e onu of-tii.le |rli io-i dayi of
-alI.,.:Ot iuu C. a * s1-ioa Picit:iuannsi n-t
burchie mis.ofe ~to , seud byaids hieor Nist,
bewitih ela eoalIsriwsanamrtgeo h
'.itI.,.~iitJ; 1th.$5 A . S-hi, $10 N, c$: :.
A1uth, $5t 31th
tiolum t he iii difi T i-ut As Oils TheC cah
itl'ulshis ttlt thsetfllyinr- a the subsfl thatin
Siderto iern aWsu-ii 'tnute will-e tamken fof
lub ls. OFy prpSeBStoPll'r N-Tw olr
Va, t 0 i n o arrSix Premium.
F Lo B theAiTEen-lar e lisfubSier senths,
by; the is fonury Tw8lv ; aidti.$ prenumito
Fo'r Sie larit list. Ten0 Co;e for 'twel; :nhls
4th, i ; 'Iwth, C1o0:ic , ! T ;lv nth.i0 ths, i.
t:ir allh Cl5 ii Twnth, ad vrth0.al
Namserii~is onlybcibr can be! .-ni tdfeel
Tetvomewill be pai toth orer e teiticcessflcomp
p~etitosieiately c :rater ofthe sfnary'58
s ubritions.tti2tetevrisMeitia n
Y iieri, OetDolla-r ihr Six1 m nati nfr
e-i Fie topes forl uTwelv ant h. Si eni coiet
fortitx toths.aic ; Tens iopes fowelvei1 mionths
F-~ho o itl Club ofiTwtyvu tii n t esr, t erly
subsciption list of~ Aiie1 anPa-10.itisltte
Th'e nievle i l be iipr1 intdupo luei aper
Thel ?enra liaractr of e SCi3 TIFIC
A EiuiCANti is wel knw ai, as heretorfiur. T
wiill be chieuily devotto toant the prmaion frin- (
formationi relaittc tous Aleaical andts
ChemioeieAts, .\.ntuiets,~il ~ Asitcutratetont,
inventions, E irin.lillu aor ani intentA r
eNsohih .h ligh ofu Pacicl ice isork.u
lae 2oavne ti tsue weky.i ira o
biing ;-it r co taianual toi ,11.N wto
riely ifi iu exenedEnraings and Nic-es f Ame
an liia List of- . A meiic Pat. t'aimslipub-i
. it it ten iro ille Eitrs of~i the sI ieni.
c oiuno in a pi t ratc l nderplr maorm. lT-e
ieos i-an l i combati and c iii exo init i e tris ran
pties iniati Sienitric an- Mcancltate.
and thus Aprese Vrve the ibei fthe oScieti ie
tand is tri-h-\niN Yti )\ ifinez linwldge
hf aprc-in cop-iet ilol oe setartis Twn any
pat -o tht cutry.I aiur.\ L'ntN &e dill i
as fo~ar.s~ePublI it-.s and .'arent A 'ets.
Sept bia Set f t ~
EDGEFIELD FIFTY YEARS AGO!
Life and Death of Beck Cotton.
THE DEVIL IN PETTICOATS;
God's Revenge Agninst
W E ahave just printed a few hundrii conies of
the aiove paniphlet written hIe fTev. W L.
WEEMS. nuthor of the ' Lire of Washinalon,"
to.ifce of Marion," and other lesser prodnetions. and
Raid by somei t Iave been She meost Peculiar writer
[f anv age. This work is replete with interest. es
peciallr so to the citizens of this District. as it eonI
ainv quite a fair " showinz tip" of tho dark days
nd murderous deeds of old Edgefield a half cen
9-T For sale nt this Office. Price 20 cents per
!npv. L'beral deductions will be made to those
>uvinz hv the wholesale.
Aug 26 tr 33
SWAN & CO'S. LOTTERIES.
REW & BRILLIANT SCHEME.
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan &
,o., Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy Lot
ry, in each or their Lotteries for Sept.. 1857, at
'o which City they have removed their their prin
'o be drawn in the city ol Atlanta. Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 5th, 1857.
'o be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 12th, 1857.
'o be drawn in the city of Atlantt, Ga.. in public, o
Saturday, September 19th, 1857.
o be drawn in the City off A thistae. Ga., in public, on
Saturday, September 26th, 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
5,495 PRIZES !
Nearly onc Priz' to every Nine Tickets.
MIT-agnifiac3 t 1sobch M.0!
T*o IE DRAWN
EACH SATURD \Y IN SEPTInlIIER!
1 prize or.........$itsinoO ice ..... il/c(S
1 prize oel........... N k. . ...... :1-411,4
o prize . '........... i . 4 ..................nnaHie
I lriz of............. ..s, ti...................
Spiz.e' ............ K1 i................... cainci
1 lerizo'........... 4.e .......
Irize # ............ 1.rti .r' . . . . .
o irize of........ Lire................
II prize.- . ...... . rt' . .
lei torizes of..... .. .... e................
liipriz-s of.......... irn.............
19l lorizes ()I'.... .... .... ... u . . . . .. . . . . .r.1111
10 prizes ... Ism an ............1111l
14 prizes 0..... .. . :l: ................. .
7610 prizve~i*l1............ ....................
!w Iriz s o .. .... ... li as...................... .14,41
4 1)rizitcv 2.' of" 7 op-i":~ ~ c
4 riz ' -if 'are. .... . .rIz. . a. re'... 1 1iN
4i 1irizo-,cnre ... .... ...... . .fil
4 i'25 1a e..............S.... OO
W ol pr iz e ts ......10 H r.-..................250.
APP'Nincr' .XiiIMAO N F.lci 'criZES.tcinmliiltcs
4ictcr Pr ii ofii 'tc$4 .tritt ci'..Ziic .0ccc~ air
4 Pi.c Iof irc'1.0c lciyjci~c oi ~c~rc.eelr
.\oe ic.'ie piic poXtini: te to e 41 ci.'- .'c ii ct re.'An.
A 11~'ec~ cc IIo Piz'c . .i-i rizes acrc ... fcii n
Iwe-ee'ciec ~c; Nccccr 2. .in Pize- the". i:>ni
ic.c i il ee cci .'iiel. .c 1.fr~en Pizes are~c. ..'20r
. i5ies anunicr.Iit0....... .. S' 100
Thi ,,ether itrc sm i i t.3.n. core main withihos
um bers on the' Ticl-el' cun iccel.:irn' -cc.ir :f paper.
.. ii:.en.I w ~ iit n wit i ce. ani:rpin' ved i c wtheet
Th.cO.t'w i c nre~cc chen rev- h' nnd ti mac.. i s. lrw
'jtwic mrc! Ilt. t.e' whcc i-e. Titt. ttil Ibe :wit I rittir wn
icc'r opencel.r iic cnd ex ibitelctcte :m!. lice ne~t l' re'i' -l
re ' iythe NConi.:h icons: wthe pize' bc'piciilci nc ce ieninstc
le . co l- t ic n n h. i rMa sr--n-duii l h
cilt[cc scr illcigttc cti li' to tilcc- ltiratc; t~l. lstIc
re..tcslc u i' c ..~tic. cc t.- I2- .\ J-.r tini. l'..4cc
ccrlnih-:ccIt'i.-I..-tr. . .". ci:riwicc ~- .lri.
i'. e i 'e.r 'iue.ere. ctc/l|-.l1 ir :'t: .,I .- !.itte l.'d. l
:Ie hieienti. lecic t iir tictc' . ite: t..el ec--' c rtcw- ch..
* : I c'r i- I h cle Tire imeti nn.ihi ralc.i'-1- .O !'. t '.!. miii. ill
''cli.- icerctcccclto :ucan.hit.iein tc--ri:c::trcihe abov
ih..cu r.e." 'cf i wcic~c "ihc .icc-r ti:inl byice it
.iri n::.' the ic .Ii j.o p i ce en ii- u li N . I i- .!
'i. - ei-t cielb.- c' t ui ber c nm cr I i ci IC --nil lelcI iii0
h.r :h \nn e el in ii l l e e ti:t li tct lc't. and cr
SCc- ..:T~i l? i.i nllPhccri .\e Fl wirc l cibi e rccii t ithec
eI tiet:cte ciltc l' iin ' Iof c t.-n ;t ha et.' i c 4 ciic ik.1.. . . ...4
r nilece ilctcc' c l': tr:...-3- ..i-; cm ii l Is I i.- t.........cc ;c...4
ii' n ocew n: (recT its Mor' ctincieiieicc
F :elsth.- N~clm il-y t- r :cz i. . :r tle he T iceiig rlie'ir e.
ThY e rc.~ist f iln Ntub.r iNU 'rize wOill be
nl es ari i rt re... i'nt in. jstartic
rnwinTI-Othrizes at lh.- n-i.:; itc of GhirGi.
"'AhleOrOh-rBorTicket or PeriieZ S t
AN W\ N (X) i,Aht-,G.
or~cisei tiS. 1"W ANiia, Monimry. A.
Ou" A lstfthrei nurs ihns Mare~nw: (fr'. theiwheeI
r~i~ihteanm) ofv' Strh ri. th each tle'ictelltille, ti.
ri hae publci-s o cfter e I Strnhit i hevr flwintth
cinn V.a, N:-hvilleitti h';n .eu . Aanta1.M lu 'tein ,Eer . w
$rk Weekl Day iuhk, ant Sianahel'$ Ningti News.
;IASP li C NY ACADE'IY
JY UTiikN te'TY ocf heIiec t:--tte ofi lit.RG .
A mountinN to $O', 5. umg00.'
A.!.Nc 33?.S J 33.S J~,
Admintt istratnMcGor' a. ml
Ic) ev Illery' Saturday, awic l in cct vannah, Oil n.c a
.alltrg crcia ie hees)abot the "1t o. everyl mnt.k
erw tember clisii 15h, a1S57l, Stmr G ula,
Otvnh'' i'i.i hUn ,iuner a thesor menp.ionted c
of ::i. cc. crttesi-j. au ..1 rntissy h Januar
tP il')Ui0 and il .\e y W ppoimto l|- ~
zesumyutin t 2''76
PELL IER & CO.
DRUGS D MEDICINES,
H A URG, S. C.,
A RE receiving supplies for the Summer
and Fall Tra onsisting of
Drugs, Medicine aints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spice4 Brushes, Glass, Eoaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
generally found in their line of business.
M' Planters, Merebants, Physicians and all
persons dealing in our line will find it to their in.
terest to give us a call as we are determined to sell
at the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
M Planters can rely upon having their nen
orandums filled with the BEST OF ARTICLES,
and put up in packages to suit their convenience.
A. J. PEELETIER & Co.
Next door to A. Burnside.
Hamburg, July 15, 6n 27
.AT COST :
W ISIlING to make room for my Winter Sup
piies, I will sell the remainder of my excel
lent Stock of SUMMER CLOT[lING at
COST FOR CASH!
Cume one-come all, who are in want of good and
heap Clothing, suitable for this season. A rare
chance is now offered I Bargains may be had! I
am determined to clear my shelves forthwith.
Edgefield, S.C., July 28 tf 29
Edgefield, C. 11., S. C.
LEWIS COVAE, Proprietor.
CITY DRUG STORE
FAVUir. A BLE offer is now made to all those
inl want of supplies of
Flw&il l edities, Drugs Pi is Oi,918
WINDOW GLASS, PERFUMERRY, &c.,
To enibraece the present opportunity. I nm desirous
,x elosing nut my present large nid well assorted
stock Wf all the above Guods in hand, at a
Small Advance on New York Cost!
Anil being compelled to reinive tin the ist October
e.t, I appeal to my friends and pairo-ns in South
arline to help me ,ut. Call soioin a< hnrzains will
lie given. Wll. lEA INES,
City .Drug Store.
Augusta, Aug 10 It 31
A Rare Chnce!
IT E Subscriher wishing to rnmove to the South
TWest, otters fior sahlhi lil' \ U k[T IFI*L
101Ut A ND .01' in the Town of Grmniterill.
\sn inluce.ment to purel.awers to comi aiid r-e
fr tlivin-selves. lie wotld tate thlt the Lnt witi ali
its :imperovemnit, ion...:stin. ef ae Two tor y Dwell
lg Ii euse . built aft.r the muost impro~ved I tyle of
teheitetre, ni' at!vfnse an. pilast er. d I ihroui:.h
.u a Kitche~n wiuhi two nepucntments. a We'l of ex
el-nt water, can bec hiiugini tir fh. oreon n eredit
till the tipst o.f October i-.-xt, for less ithan the origi
nal cost of the Dwelling 1lb-un- :line.
.\. P'. NO~tII[S.
Graniteville, June 15, ti 23
Downer Orphani SJchooI
IT i' pulie are wistiliedi thait there arte at this
time i IX V.\C.\NCIl litifor biiys ande two
eC 'e ini tiis I stanttioni toi be lk-dl fromi Edigetichi
An iv.-phe i Chetild (miale or fem:rale) ina imeligett
irmat.ei. :md bietweetn the tiges oft ':x andc
xthi siu.-h i:.ir.-n arie reeptee.I tee saend thiemi :1
m1 ea( ii t --. ne.siom~p:ied with the iertlGente ii
Q c r'.' p etahlie c'i.i.i, iworn 10 befIore a Aelat.'e
:neein poo IN thi V i'ITy.
W. L. (iii m I I. i fu'00K. iC ~~
1'. 1. ede~i Ti. (m W.ei'c W .T.F.
I ) Vituecf n i s .in l'ei ii tisCie'
dit -et i.t'net, ii3, Trac of &nlel.srb
TiE STATE OF SOUIl CA11OLINA.
W. L. Vi-oh man't, 1rn' ill for Aperifc pe:
'rs - orm ne , c. .
C. J. Ctolema.
) w irt cc.i an de.in C. 1.,t n thee ra Abe.
Jay in. Sept.he rt I(netyi h eteifw L n theb'
nng l ..1as the l F .Pclesad tes
T .\LUD M cot oL oelfS t h PL C rE..etc
reit Tersersd kow ieond da itf sali ed.
A. SIlKNS, c . E 0.
Aug 5, 5t 301
A. C.next ci tley ra. haDicher Arr orn
C .. th-r.
1-) Virtiie of' an ner in lEuiii il the av
C..IJ~l~ .I, on the first Monday in Seutmern-xt h
t10Uher Ai~. NDli I.tLo LN POleibedVii .E
Diecnty ociui eby C.tidei W.ndy siy-ieq , (andad
join~ekin ands fCl .W ikn n others.
Tentu -Theli costs and one fcphal of the prs
moey einczi oleIac i cash. the remaini par on a onh
critt.lne e Puchses ie bond w Ccith appcrve With
..nri~ '(1 urties f.orett~ the purchalimoney
ddi.'vedtmtl he Ao SllKziNSe eEl.D
AI t 30
ED'H~ INIELDun STICFT
Rtaber1t.l W es e'glil. ILa.cheridl wife
by wetfilnt end yW ther Marls canorv
B Y l rinohe fe a n s oreriu E utyt will taeal sc~bel ti
Ete ldoiel t. csen on theirt Mondat tin ep-l
Ftember tis h r of in or anrhd i'cent qthie
and11 coninin For lsl.lundecsb and sity- ine
n c el~iere are hbunde ylands of) Johinc A t-c
fulllin hands herl~a s. fv e;is*d
Tu-Th iotadoefout ofth 3pr
credit.nl te firs a of Jmanuary ethe nse
t .wo aproeld suretiesl totisecure theeie purchase
toe:h e i tit l obe sined do sl tcald ont nte
lcri edutl whebn britlest pai. atsatin
ec'e'eyoeA. All3weIrS; crrE.E.Dd
Augu.f 15, 4t 30_
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
T IE Subscribers take this method of returning
I their heart felt thanks to the citizens of
Edgefield Village and District for the liberal pat
ronage bestowed upon them, and hope to merit a
contiuance of the same.
We have and keep constantly in Store, at our
old stand between Air. Edmund Penn and John
Colgan's Stores, an EXCELLENT and VARIED
Of our own manufacture, which we aro 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 and Lounges,
BOOK-CASES, TABLES, WASHSTANDS, &c.
Of every style and quality, which we are now sell
ing at reduced prices.
We have and intenr keeping constantly on hand
a full stock of MOSS and COTTON MATTRAS
SES which will be sold cheaper than ever. ,
Old Furniture of every description promptly and I
properly repaired. fi
We are determined to give satisfaction to all
who may favor us with their patronage, and by
warranting our work to he put up in a workman
like mannVr and of the best material, we hope to
secure a reasonable share of public encourage- 0
ment. M. A. MARKERT,
July 1 _tf 25 j
The Celebrated Stallion Henry, s
ILL stand the ensuing FALL SEASON at
NV John P. Mays' on Mondays and Tuesdays, r
and at James A. Collins' on Thursdlays and Fridays, o
at Fifteen dollars the teason, and Twenty-ive dol
I I ENRY is a chesnut sorrel, nbout fifteen hands ro
one inch high, and most powerfully formed both o
for strength and speed. Ild will be seven years
old next Mav. Ile ran more iaces in his three years
old form than any horse ever ran before; among the r4
number were two four mile races, in both of which o
he lost-the second heat in good time (7 min. 45
see. and 7 44 by half a neck only. In the first lie
was beaten by the renowned Griff Edmoudson, in r
the second by Mary Tay or of equal renown. Ile
won several races at two and three miles. C
HENRY was by Imported Glenco, his dam by
Medoe, g. dani by Cesiuseo, g. g. dam bty Mulzair. p,
Ly. g. g. dam by ledley.g. g. g g. dam by Inported
iioined, &c. 11is pedigree cannot be excelled by
any hbise in the worlit.
A11 persons sending mares to I EN RY must sy T
at the tine how they are to be served, otherwise T
they will be charged as by the seapon.
Aug 5 tf 30
- - --- - - - - - - -
LANDS FOR SALE.
I Y conseit of all the parti--s in interest, I will
3 e4-r 'o:- Pant t Ietil Id Court Ilouse, oil fit
the FiRST MlONDAY in OCTOBER next, t(
- ALL TIE LANDS
of the late Andrew Gomillion, deceawed, for parti
tion anong his heirs at law, consisting of the fol- I
iowing Tracts. to wit: C
1. TilE IOME TRACT, adjioin lands of ti
Jesse Gomillion. -la'nes Neil and others. coniainins
-ix hundred and twenty-four (62-1) acres, more or
2. Ti1E ITALL TIACT, naijoining lands of
Jesse Go illion nnd o:her hmins of sni-l estate, and
:as ,f ive't'. O.million, and containiiL two hun- t
dred ;and seveinty-nine (279) neces, more or less. hi
3. Ti IE RYAN TRACT atdj'ining lands of r
.Ts..m (oili~m atnd Lov,'tt Goillion, anid con
t..ning~ sixty-t w' (tW) acres,-more or less.
4I. TiIlE~ a'iNi CREEK TRACT. adj..ini'
landsi of tCapt. Wmn. MIltbh-v, .Incobl IEngroIon an:,]l
thers. anid contai~ining tharee hundred ;and five (2105)
airs, more orl less.
5 TIlE LA NO 'f.T ndj..ining lanids ofr
sail Ewtate~ ;,rands of II. T1. 1lontwrighat and
thercis, conmtininlg ninety four (li-f) acres, more oar
(;. TilE FANNING TR.ACT. adjoining land
f said 'est-de. L.,.ett amiullin and~ others, and
cn,taininI thre hundredc' andI seventy 1370)) acres,
moreae or iem's.(
7. T1~I l' IlEECiT Cl! EEK Tit.\CT1, adjoining
I uai..b if .h. ss '-atcher. .1mita ouch :and oter'i.s '
ande ciiinglL'0 lon ur~ed amli ideventty-one (1 71 i
The,, a.have de-ee: ilnd latids will he sold on a
cedit of twelve mm'ints fromw the day of Nale. The
pu~rchaaersn will bec teilnired to give notes with i
two app.r.,ve'd secutrities to, seceure thce pur chase
moe. d-.s 01LlNAg'ent,
Fo'er the ILleirs of Anadr'e.w GJomailiion. '
Alag 9t 30 .i
T21 1E iExerei'- 'Tr the~se A\end. toes will be te
a unamed en the FIU ST MOVDA Y IN A U
(,'Us-fI, an il lbe ,,iotned, thin lain'e il-part
menlt iunder thle canro eof 11ir. .1. 1,. LA$bY. and
tn liremlh. iiider' the control eef Mr. .1I.alUiR
lis, withi compejttent A m'i..tants.
RATES OF TUITiON.
in the Mlale Departm-etnt, per' Seinl..0 Of
ts -riI m.: M FF Ul yr.W'r Mi-.NT PER s EssioN.
First Class. Primiary Decpar'tment.........9 00
secondii Chenss, rin ar., Eneghim'h isranchecs .1 Nil~
hird " iiaher beranchesn.......... 15 00
ioth "i ' Greek, Latint anid Frech,.I..1 01)
Music...........-------------------- U t
luiils willebe chargnh from the timte of entering
to thle' elof the sesisien.
hleard ean be hal in the Villnge at from $8 to
$101 per' mounth. IfI. A. -Sil A "I
See'rv iHearld of Trustees.
'uly 22 tf S
DIE & LATASTE
Warehouse a n d Commission
1) E'9PECiIlt .1.T nn,munce'( to thieir frienni
land the pulic azenlerally, that they ha~ve Iforrmed
a connec'tio.n ini the :bove buinlis', and11 have.. l'esed
t FiltE~ PRt~l Wt(~ A REI I0USE of C.1. CIatm
ten-Nrth side of Rey'nls mtreet, recenitiy Iccu
ied by Mir. George L. A nidero.eii
From their long exper'ience, they flattr the'm
selves that they wvill be enable to give elllire saetis-1
faetin to those who may favor them with cnin
m ets of CUTT~ON or other perodluce. 2lil
Thieir~ prompt personnl attent-.on will be eiv'en to
Orders for' 1:A' G IN II, ROPE, &c., and purchasing
ef familily supliets at I.owest miarket rices. Also to
then forwnading ' of Goode conlsign~ed to. or frtends in
Lierni Cash advances made, when desired by.
our eu:.tomersl'. 1
Our n'barge's will be the samlie as ilhoise of ether
heusee of' tie City engaged ini the samne b~usiness.
diAMES M. ItYE,
ANDREW ti. LAT.\STE.
A ugusta,_Aug 10 tf 31
BEALL & STOVALL,
Warehouse a n d Commission
M E RC HA N TS,
Reynold, between .Jneksen and Mlntosh Streets,
AUGUS TA, O A.
.TE have rn~semod to) Aet'alf's LARGE
VV N WFlRtEPROOIe W AhiEliOU$E~oni
Tevohi. between Jiackson nnad Meint'sh Nteets,
rLeent'y orecupied by Glilham' & Askini, ini the
'Yinte of the City, in the vicinlity of the principal
War. houses, and conve'nienlt to the I lotels.
Being aniply piovided with good safe Storage for
Cotton, Grain, Flour, Bacon,
A nd PRO 1'-CE e.'nerally, we respectfully solicit
cons ~iilments, which shall receive our undivided
FA~lfTrY sr-PPIES, and tha.- usual facilities,
will be mebhrd eed culstersI.
gi Our Commissionis will be such as are cus
toniary in the city. WMA. Ml. H EA LLi,
J. W. L. STOVA I.L.
A ugusta, Aingust_20 2m _ :1
OAUTION TO THE PUBLIo,
LLpersons are forewarned fromei tradling fora
c'ertain Noteof hande given by the Subiscribmer'
to iamueel C. Scott, for $75, dated' abot tho 20th
May 1857, aind payalel one day after dlate, as I
am'd termoined to resist the paymewnt of the same.
I W. L. PARKS.
1 Au. 12a 18r-- 3t+ 82
T HE subscriber having furnished himself wit]
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTNG ARTFIOIAL TEETM,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, wid
n assurance of a more perfect' adaptation, and i
loser resemblance to the natural organs, than car
e realized by any other method. Its perfect pu.
rity, cleanliness, frecdom fr-m all taste, or galvank
nsation, durability, comfort and security, are
nteng the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR
node of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
j The friends of Capt THEOPHILUS DEAN
espectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
ection to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefleld
)istrict, at the ensuing election.
TH E friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, ea
etfully announce him as a eandidate for SAergf,
f Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
[amburg, In the upper part of the Distriot, respeot
lly announee him as a candidate for Bhrif of
agefield District at the next election..
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
etfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
' Edgefield at the ensuing election.
7 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
ONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
erifftof Edgefield District.
07 THE Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
Edgefield District at the next election.
'The friends of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAN
'spctfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
Edgefield Di.strict at the next election.
07 THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
Edgefield District at the next election.
07 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
ollector of Edgefield District, at the next election
07 The Friends of Mr. CIIAS. M. MAY, res
cetfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
-or of Edgefield District at the next election.
LfgrTiI Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
ESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate foir
ax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing
U7The friends of STARLING TURNER, an
iunce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
7 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
ly announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
ir of Edgefield at the next election.
g The 1eriends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
eetfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
ollector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elee
TO THE PUBLIC,
SRHE Undersigned having sold the American
LIlotel to G. C. CUNNINGIIAM & CO.,
ike this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
generally for the liberal patronage be.stowed
pn us. and would solicit the same for its present
O. IH. P. SCOTTr & CO.
Iamburg, May 30, 1857.
IA MBURG, S. C.
SIl~E Subscribers' take dhis opportunity of in
foerming~ their friends and the public menerally
lt they have~ botught the above llIOTEL, andi
re havinu it relinede in the hest possilie style for
seir receeption. We flatter uourselves that every
cessary nrrancemnent hats been made toe promoete
le om.tirt of all who favor us with their omnpany.
)r ROOMS are airy anld comfortably furntishted ;
ERVANTS attentive and obedient. And ouar
.\E will lbe coentaanly rupplied with the best
v- -aso~tnfll'rds. Our friens may therefore re~st
tialedl th~at everv exartioin will be cheerfully r.en
vred to mnase their soj,-.urn pkcarant and aerceable.
Tere will be ine .vtendlance a COO IO(.ST LER,
l lo~rses left in our charge will receive partice
GifPersons arriving at this House may feel ac
tired that their baggaee will be promptly sent,
ee of chrargc. to the Carolina or to) either of the.
We sodlic.it a share ofl the patronage of those visit
iour Trown. G. C. CUJNNINGIIA M.
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM,
IITamburg._June 1, 1857. 1_ y _ 21
MPORTANT TO PLANTERS!
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
RI11 M NI N 1) CO U N T Y, G A.,
ONTIN UIES to manufacture W 0 O-L E N
JCLO UIl aut 1!.l eents per yard ;lir..ling every
mteriial except the Woo.l. Thle extenasive and con
ainly inecre-asing patronage the Factory hats en
.yel for years past, assure the Proprietors thai
e. article of
Winter Clothing for Negrocs,
lade. by them, has not bccen surpassed by any
loth made Noertha or South.
Recent e.xtensive improvements and additions
ot only enable us to keep up the standlard of the
ods,' but to secure an early delivery of the saime.
P]anters or othe'rs who may desire to avail them
elves of this opportunity, and secure a first rate
rtie.le at a moderate cost, have only to send us the
e.' ,vashedl clean in eeldi water. If sent dirty
ne half cent p~er yard extra is charged for wash
. Brrty u .cl is not objectioneab~e ; the Burrs
re- rmo' ved by maechineery.
The nnme of tlwe .owner should be marked on al;
'ae.kar s sent us. Wool sent by any otf the Rail
oaeei in (h orfia. A labam~a or South Carolina, to
lie A usustat Depjot, amarked Richmn,.ed Factory,
ma ownsr's naouw al-o) will be r.egularly and
srompty recevs d, anid the~ eloth, when made, re
urne to the pinatls dlir-cited. Eacht pare-l i. ma~de
u in the turn reeived, becnee an early delivery is
Lways desirable. All in-tructions to
WX. ECHLEY, Pres't.
A ugustaa. Ga, July 65, 3m 26
3ave Costs whilst you Can,
LL pers..ns ine.bt:ed to the Unidersigned, eitlin r
L. by Note or Account, are hereby warned that
.y' IUST P'AY UP, or make sautisfactory ar
a tgeents, previous to Return Day, or they wil
iest assuredlly be comipelled to eaty costs. I have
ot to raise $.5,0001 in an incredible short time, and
enseqtutly I expect those indebted to tme to lique.
late the samte without delay. Let your actions mi
his anatter be in accordance with my necessities, anad
ill will be well. W. W. IIAVIRD).
A g5 6 t 30
9-r R EGIMEN T, S. C. M. 1
DL's-roYsviLLtL, Aug 14, 1857.
N Pursuance of an orde~r received from Brig.
Gen. W. C. MloaAGNE, an Election will be he~d
it the Com~pany muster arounds on the 25th Sep.
eeber next, for~ CoLONEl4 of the 9th Regiment,
. C. l., to till the vacancy caused by the resigna
ion of Cocl. B. JF. Strom.
Maj. .1. W. Tompkins and Capt. Win. Jenninga
ire charged with the extension of this order.
Lieut. Colonel commanding.
G. W. DBUroN, A dj't.
A ugg1951 32
7-ru R EGIMENT, S. C. M.
CHtAvEs' CRaEK, Aug 8, 1857.
Y Virtue of an Order fr.,m Brig. Gen. Mo
RAGNM. an Election will 6e held in the Lowei
I at taiona, 7th Rlegintent, S. C. M., on Saturday thu
h lay of sepltuebr next, foir MAJOR of sait
atttali.me. ByH order of D. L. SIIAW, Ce].
1L. P EN N, Agent, haus just received a stp
Te.. ply of1'OT MHI, put up in tin cans, with
full d'reetions ier making soft and hard soap.
E ' T E Suoscriber begs leave t,,
inform the public that he has in
Store, at the Stand occupied by him the last sea
son, a WELL SELECTED Stock of Planters'
Supplies, consisting of
Muscovado and Porto Rico SUGARS;
Stuart's H. B. & C. Soft "
" Crushed "
" Pulverised "
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 SID;
10 " SHOULDERS
SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH &c, &a., all
of which will be sold on aooommodating terms to
g' Orders solicited and promptly attened to.
HAM uta, June 8 tf 22
A 3U4g, s. 40
T HE Proprietor of this well known and popue
lar HOTEL takes pecullar pleasure In an.
nouneing to him friends and the travelling publio
generally, that this House Is otiU open for the re
ecption of company, and that in futuro his wholo
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
tharonghly repaired, and the Rooms and Furniture
put in excellent condition for the Spring and Sun
My Table will be furnished with the best that can
be had, and presided over by one skilled in the culi
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 tk. ir polite ana attentive char
acter, and are ever in attendance to obey the wishes
of my G uests.
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 same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
87 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 Depots. J. A. N.
Ilamburg,.Iune 10 1857 tf 22
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CII R I S T I E & II U R L B E R T.
Subseriber. offer for sale at the old stand
R. 11. Sall:van, a Ci OICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggles,
And all othe-r artielts in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep thieir Unaiuse supplied
with the BIqT ARTICLES, from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CAS:I, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES a'nd BUGGIES of every des
cription will be 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 Edgeficld
C. 11., on the first Monday in September next, the
following property in the following cases, to wit:
L. Harivley and others vs. Samuel J. Lorick, one
negro woman Kis.
Andrew .J. Wise vs John Autrey; L. P. Rut
land anad other Plaiintifla seve.rally vs The Sanme,
One Tract of LandI containing Two hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of B. T. Rtoatwright,
MrN. Elizabeth Bush and others.
S. C. Strom, Adm'or. vsJamnes Boyd and Tandy'
Boyd, Ex'ors., One Tract of Lana :ntainisc Two
hundred and seven acres, more aa- lee'. a .'jaiining
lands of D. D. IBrunson, George Bronawater and
W. Holmes vs. Samuel C. Scott ; S. Getzen andl
others vs. thieSanme, One Tract of Land containing
Two h~undred anal sixty-two acres, more or less,
adjoininig land of Thomas Craton, James 1Ham
mnd ad others.
Wmn. & J1. Hill for Win. Hill, vs. Rufus Holley;
Others vs. The Same. One Tract of Land <ontain
ing Tw~o thousamal acres, more or less, adjcining
of W. P. Jones and others.
John A. Cook & Co. vs W. J. Turner, The De
fendant's interest in one Tract of Land containing
Seven hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of .Ilames Morris, Isaac Bryant, A. llatcher and
John M. Clark vs. John C. Thomas and Thos.
0. Burnett, One Tratct of Land containing One
hundred and thirty acres, more or less, adjoining
lads of A. Kilerease. Tandy Buckhalter and others.
Levied on as the pro.perty of John C. Thomas.
Cadaway Clark vs Moses Clark, One Tract of
Lanai containing Fifty-seven acres, more or less,
ajoining lands of Vt illiam Dean, Hiram May and
Ternms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, s a .
Aug 12 1857 4t 31
B Y Virtue of sundry writa of Fieri Facia:s to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
tield 'C. 11., on the first Monday in September next
the following property in the following cases, to wit :
W.hlmes vs. S. C. seott and others; D. L.
Busaey 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 Horse, one Wagon,
one Carriage and Hiarness, and one Buggy and liar
Levied on as the property of the Defendant S. C.
Scott. Ternm. Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s. E. D.
A ugust, 22 1857 3te 33
BY Virtue of sund ry wri;,n a~t Fieri Fneias to) me
idireet--d, I will proceed to sell on Thursday
t. e 10th septemnber next, at the residence aaf Samau
el C. be.att, the following property in the following
cases, to wit:.
W. Holmes vs S. C. Scott and others; Other
Plaintif severally vs The same, The Defendant,
S. C. Scotts. stoick o' Cattle, Haaga, Goats, one
Ytoke of Oxen and Ox Cart, Plantation and Black
smtith To.ols, I lousehold and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
-JA S. EIDSON, 5 E.D.
A ug25 3t 33
P Y Vi ,ane of wa its of Fieri Fneias tao me direct
) ed.t iw.ll pr' e.:ed to sell on Wednesday the
9th Septemiber next, at or near E. IPadgett's, the
tollowin~g p~rope:rt.1 in the followitng eases, to wit:
John P. H;at:-, for th., use of another. vs George
E. Ilendy ;Oth.-rs '. The.Same, Onle Set of M:ll
Rocks, laei. d on as the proprerty of Geo. E~. Hlet~dy.
Termas Cash. .JA S. EID)SON, m E D.
Aug 25 t_33_
State or'Nouth Carolina,
W. White and wife,
J. C. Thomas, Guardian ad ii Pa *"'in
1em of his minor children.
Bto Eell at Edgefield C. H., on tefrtMna
in September next, for partition, the Real Estate of
Mary Ann Thomas, dec'd., a tract or parcel of laud
lying and being in the District and State aforesaid,
on the waters of Wine Creek, containing one hun
drd and thirty-one acres, more or less, and ad
jining lands of Abram Kilerease, Estate of Sarah
Thomas, Mrs. E. Canfield, Tandy Buckhalter and
Txas-On a credit jil first of JTanuary next,
(1858.) The purce W give bond and sacurity,
and a mortgage to the diraary to secure the pur
hase money and to pay (or titles. Costs toa be paid
in Cash. J. El DSON .
bg 51857. 5t
New Flour Mills.
h'Y MILLS are now in operaition, and are fur
Tni-heal with EVERY FACILITY for ma
ing F LI.U R and MIEA L of the best qua.Ity.
R T .tIIM8.
gg Foor miles West of Edg~efied C. 11., and
one mile from the Plank Road.
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