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MUAaXWE,.on the 'Ith August, by Rev. John
TrIpp, Mr-TOxAS MIcMArUs, of Edgefield Dis
tric, aI M iss MORGARET QUATTLEBUX, of Ala.
MARRIED. on the 3d inst., by Rev. Mr. Hawes,
Mr. SAIIaL BLACXWntL and Miss ADLttW
.raos, all of this District.
MARUIE. on the 3d Inst., In Augusta, Ga., by
Lewis T ery. Esq., Mir.. JAmEs Moatsmo and Mrs.
ANNA PoND, all of Bath, S. C.
If you wish to enjoy a REAL GOOD CIGAR
one that will drown your troubles-throw your
care-s aside-eanse you to forget your debts and
debtors inn-enable you to be more lenient to
wards von'- enemies-mak you love " Wife Chil
deen and Friends," with renewed ardor and afree
tion-and, in short, to render you, for the time
beine. happy and comfortable, call on C. H.
KENNEY, at the Hamburg Cigar Store, and such
a Cigar you can obtain. He always keens on
hand a splendid variety of the BEST BRAND9.
and sells them eerm/ low-yea, as we heard a gen
tleman and a. Lgood Judee of a fine article. say.
"Charlie Kennev keens good Civars-excellent T
might truthfully add-hut he sells them too cheap
-ruinouR7ry lole." owever, if be sells them
without receiving a remunerative profit that is is
Ihult. And besides be is ever desirous of sellimn.
and says he can afrord to sell cheap. Therefore.
we again say to earh and every one, " Whenever
you go to Hamburg to sell your Cattnn, to buy
your Groceries, or to pay a Bank N..te. always
walir in to the TTamhurg CiLar Store, and get a
hat full of those Choice Ciears."
Mr. A. RAMS FY, Post Master at Edeeflid, is
Agent fnr Mr. KE.NNxET, and aln keens a cood Qun
ply of fine Cigars in Store. Try them.
Sept 9 tf . 35
THz Rethleheni Camp Meeting in E lefi--A
District, will commence on Thursdv evening,
September 24th. JOHN A. PORTER,
Preacher in Charge.
Sept 2 4. 34
-i& Tar Friends of Col. 8 HARRISON re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election
&r Tu Friends of JACKSON COVAR re
spectfully announce him as a Cpndidate for Clerk
of Edgelleld Distiict at the ensuing election.
ir The friends of Mr. F. M. NICHOLAS re
spectfally announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the ensuing election.
L We are authorized by the friends of Mr.
EDMUND PENN, to nominate him as a Candidate
for Clerk of Edgefield District at the ensuing elec
MrThe Friends of Maj. JOHN W. TOMPKINS
espectfully nominate him as a Candidate for
COLONEL of the 9th Regiment, S. C. M., to fli:
the vacancy therein existing occasioned by the ie
signation of Col. STROM.
r TnE 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 occasionied by the resigvation of Col. B. F.
Staox, at the ensuing election. *
OAVIS' PAIN KILLER GIVES UNIVERSAL SATIS
DARn Sta :--In justice to this v-aluable medicine, I
must say, that I bave never sold an article whiel
gives such universal satisfaction to) all who have use;
it. I bave never bad a medicine which has mect wiui
anything like such a rapid salo as your Pain Killer.
and its virtues are the topie of conversation in manor
places in this vicinity. I hare recommuendled it suir
the cure or foyer and aguze, and warrantedl,it, and ii
has cured cases in twenty-ftar hours. In conclusion.
let me say, that wherever it has been introduced int
a family, it is regarded as an inidispensab~le medicine,
and is kept constantly on hand.
W. W. ROBERTS, La Port Ind.
For-sale in this Village by G. L. PENN. Agent.
PIANO FOR SALE!
ASOFT 'I4)Nl l, 6 Octavo PIANO, in goat:
Aconditian. Price S75
A lso, a grood second hand. leathe~r top BUG(G V
and HlARNESS-is offered low. E~nquire~ at tha..
Odice. Sept 9 2e 35
TURKEY CREEK LANDS
'THE Subscriber offers for tale his EXCEL LENT
.1PL \NTATION andBEU FU RE -
D.ENCE lying on the Newberry Road, and sit un
tel 51 tuiles fr om Edgefield C. HI. The tract of
NINE IIUNDRED~ & FORTY AC RES
300 of which are finely timibere I-and 75 of Low
lands, unsurpassed for the erowmng of grain. The
Uplands are well adapted to Corn and Cotton,
as evidence. see present crop
Tihe Plantation also offers, every inducement to
Stock raisers. It .ajoinas the lands of Cap.. Eu
gene Burt,, Dutiel Holland, Padgett and Dr. E.
Bland-is well watered, and contains all the nieces
sary out ho'uses. I.B.ADSN
Sept. 9 1857 tf . 35
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YT W. F. DURISOE, Esaq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, G.sorge W,. Hancoc~k hath applied to me for
Letter" of Admninia'tratioi on all arid shmestr h
. ,d,. and chiattles, righitsa and credits osi Elazaheth
Ilancock late of the Dihtrict afoaresaid, dere.taed.
These are, therefore, tu cite and adtmaeisha all and
singular, the kindred nad c-rediitun- of the said dlece:ts
ed, to be andt appear b~efuore m--..t n'ur next tjntmiary's
Coutrt for the said District, to !,e holden ai Edgefe'ld
C. IL, an the 23rd day of septembt.-r i'at., to show
catuse, if any, why the said! administ ration should not be
Given tinder my hand arid seal, this 7th day ofSet
ini the year of "tar Lord one thoumsandt eight hundtred
anid fifty-seven atnd in the 8dmtd year of Amenecan
luajeeudezee. W F. DURtISOE, O. E. O.
Septembher 9 t5
State ol South Caroina;,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, J. A. Lo-r-r hattlt applied to me for
Letters of Adlministranion, otn all aind singular thec
goads and chiattles, rights arcd credits of Joseph P.
Collunm, late of thae District aforesaid, de~easied.
Thes~e are, therefore, to cite anad admaonia-h nil and
sinagular, the. kindred and creditors of said deceas~ed,
so be aid appear before mae, at otur next Ordinary's
Court faor the said District to be hotldeni at Edgefield
C. II. ont the 18th day aof Sep1t. iatst., to siiowS cauase,
if any, why the said Adtn:ttratioan atuld not lhe
Given under my hand atnd seal, this 3rdl day 'af
Sept., in the year of our Lord "t thoausatad eight
hundred and fifty-seven ad ma thme Elgty-seconad year
of American Independetnce.
W. F. DURISOE&, 0. E. D.
Sept. 9 2t31
State oft South Carolina,
iN O RDINA RY.
-I y W. F. Dp'RISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereat', Joel Curry, hath appaliedl to me for f..-t
tern of Administrationi, IDe- bonun nOR w~ til the walan-~
wil antnexed, on all and ,intgialar the g..ods anad chat
tIes, raghita and credits of R ichiard Jones, Sen., late ofl
the District afarea-aid, dee d.
These are, therefore, tat citet and admanhl alt anti
singular, thie kinidred sand c-reitars if thie stad decen.tis
ed, tnahe and appear be-fore nmea, at ournielt Ordhinary't
Court for thie said D.istract. tas be hiolden at E-dgefield
Court flouse, on the 18th dany oaf Selit., it., u
show cau'e, if anay, whIy th-ensai adaaaun tia t,.ta"'"
taot h,. granated.
(iv-e tunder my h-ut~e :, .1i eatl, thie 3r i tdav vi
Asag. in ithe year uf '.:r I .tmd to'e tt :an .ieh
huandredl and, fift V-sevena nd e1 . .% eiett t- nd le.
uf Attericana Inadep;-ade- .'
W. F. ,-JUL~iOE, 0.5.'
DICKEY & -PHIBBS,
RE now onening a VERY LARGE and WEL
Se.ECTED Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
To which ther respectfully solicit attention, con
prising as It does, every aiticle usually found in
first class House. and at prices am Low as an
In the South.
The Ladies erecially nre invited1 to call and es
amine our DRESS GOODS before purchasing.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS GOODE
SiAWLS, &c.. is particularly fine, embracin
every article in their line, and all of the latest an
newest styles, viz:
Plain Black Grms dl Rhine SILKS;
"d " Groa du Naples "
" " Bischoflrs "
Black Brocades. Satin Stripes and Plaids;
Fane Plaisi. Stripes and CHENIES;
Rich Satin Plaids and Stripes;
Rich ('lored BRO(A"RES;
Very Rich Flounced ROBES;
Marcelintes, Flounces, &e . &c.. all colors;
French M'rinnse. Black and Colors;
English and German Merinoes;
Cohnrg Cloths. very fine. every shade;
Plain and Printed Llama Cloths;
Cashmere anti Broc'he Delaines;
Manchester Printed "
Plain Delaines. all shades, 121c. per yard;
Black and Col'd Alpacas;
S " " Silk Warp';
Bwsnhazinps. Canton Cloths ;
CHi LLIES, Black and Colored;
POPLJNS, Plain. Plaid. arid Striped;
Valentia Stripes and Plaids:
Brilliants, Plain White and Solid Colors;
" Chin:z Colirs;
French Chaimhrays. and Chamhries, Colors;
r..ti-ih, French Sc'otch and Domestic GING.
li'yle's English PRINTS;
Fine French "
M-rrimir and Coch-ero PRINTS;
Fuirniinre Chintizs. &ec
w ar and Jaconet ,luslins;
Sp-iited and Fi-'d Swisses;
Striped and Plaid "
. 6 JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a fim. article;
H411p Skirs. Qnilt.d. Plain. Skeleton;
Plain, Corded and E.tmh-rnidered SKIRTS;
Emboi-el Corded SKIILTS.
Brat H OOPS. WH A LIE BONE, &c., for Skirts;
Stelt SH.A WLS. Blark. Whtie ami Col'd;
Cashmere SH .sWLS. Plain and Prin'ed
Bay State. Empire Ssite, and Scotch Ling and
Sqnare Plaid Wool Shawles;
Swi.s Collars and Sleeves;
69 6 " in Setts;
Jaconett " "
"4 "6 to in Setts;
Lace " "
tinaints' Waists and Robes;
Swiss. Edgihgs and Insertions;
Swis Bands and FLOUNCINGS;
Jannett ". "
English Thread Laces and EDGINGS;
1altese "9 of
Valenciennes " "
Smyrna and Cotton " "
Brussels Silk Lacis, Wide and Narrow;
Bigle" Laces and Edgings;
Ladies' Plain and Emb'd L. C. Handkerchiefs;
" French Printed Bord'd hand.
Misses and Chil-en's L. C. Handkerchiefs;
Ladies and Claildr. n's Cotton Buse, White and
Ladies' White and Open Work itse;
" Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
" Lace Mitts, Lung and Short;
" Wool and Cottuin Gloves ;
Children's Lace litts and Silk Gloves;
Cotton atid Wool Gloves;
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimips, &c.;
TIrimmning Velvets, all widilhs;
Bleachid and Brown SIllT'lINGS;
Liinei and C,.ttoni SHEETINM5 at.d PILLOW
40 inich. 5-4 and 6-4 P. C. COTTIONS;
6.4.9--4, 10-4 and 124 Allendale and Walthatri
Sl::i.Nr~GS, Bleachied and Brown;
B3,rach'ed and Brown Litetn an~d Cottora Tamb
DAM lASKS, by the y'ard ;
8.4. lt)-4. P2 4 ands 14.4 Bleached and Brown Linen
,..:e. ittsta andsi IHuckaback DIAPERlS antd
!'On% El.148 ;
Plaim, Fringedl and Bordered Towels;
Turkiah ihalh and laman~sk"
Wh ite anI Brown C ishues;
Cotton Diapers and Damnasks;
Napkins. Doylies, &c*.. &c;
Irish Lineins and Linetn Lawns;
Linesn antd Cutton Shirt Fronts;
Fiie Frensch " a beantifnl article;
104,12 antd14-4 Lancaster and Mareilles QUILTS;
"'" Trkish "
Toilet Covets, Tlidlies, Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black anid Col ClIbs antd Cassimeres;
Saitietts anad Kenitucky .Jeans, Plaitn and Fancy ;
Dramp LD'ete, liatiuti Cloths, Coitonsades, &c., &i.;
Geius, Wool sall-rs, and Pasisee Ilanadkerchiefi;
Gents Black aind F.iicy Silk Cravats and Ties;
"lplai, amit Printed L. C. Ilanslkerc'hiers;
" W h'ii... I iM'.l .m,d Fane'y lialf f lIe;
" Wool and Merino " "
--iK. . 'An m.i, 'Threadl Gloves;
" andl LadIit's' Kid andl Huck Gantntlets, &ic.
The tteis'tin sit lissuse' keepesrs, Fairmiers, ansi
entr,.r. pirtic'ulary invited mssor stuck of PLA N.
CA'l'ON 0000, w hich consistn of every article in
the line :
JSIeuched,' and Bronn Drnillinag;
BedI T1ickinses, Check< unnim s;~iiut
O-snaintsrg. , Plain tnot St ripedi;
York Stripes, .Marineirs' Shsirti gs;
Mlarlboro' Plais antd Stripes;
Geogia Siri1'ea amnd Plaits;
Black, White asnd Grey Ke'rseys;
Plaid asnd Plaiin Linsevs;
White and Bronn Catnton Flanrnels;
Plain and Twtiled Sailisbury Flanniiele, all coltirs;
led and White Dioinets, &*c.. &c.;
A large assuramenit sof BLA ANEK ETiS, of' ievery mnake,
inclding tine Eniglishi, Swiss, Whitney Mlackinaw,
&c... all sizes :
Bite, Grey. and White. Negr,' BL ANKETS.
Etrta'sOuita indlucetnensis, s-ffered to personts psar
clht ng bsirg' plansationi bills.
Psries sending uordiere will lie ce'rtain to have thent
punctually asttel'd to. IJl('KEY & PHIBBS.
A ugutaa Sept. 7 1f 35
Mtate of South Carolia,
Wmn L. Andersoti, Ado~m'r. (Bl o con
t'ttl-.V'alest ols' ad Foreclosure.
B Y oitu otf an ord in I quity in this cinse,
day in Oc.totber nex't, the. T itACT 01F L A N D) d,~
setbe.d in thie Bill ins tbis c'alit, 'onttaiintg thre
huntded ands isixtein (3:6) acres mnore' or l.. adi
jiinsmg inntds of Renijismin'ii .Toma, Wse s. Cartei
Dat' el:s 'ita ll and A JI. itambosi.
Tt Rs-Thie e 'sts anel one half of thes. pirchias
mi:,' t., bet paid in eshs mind the re'mainmng lia
m :wl- imonthi" tr--mt the- day O: s'. I het pitr
ebtaser tos give hssnd withs twos approve sureti.e I'.
h. susme. ii the Ciomsuissi tier. Trhe title's to' h
signed aind aealedl. but not deivered utitil the bon
be paid. And if the said hsond he not pmssd whi
du... the Ciommissitonsr wizI re-sesll thme premoises n:
s r twe.nty-sn e days publie notice at the risk of th1
fomnir purschn~aer. A.81MI( INS, C.E E D
Sepit. 7 1 p57, 4it 35
STATE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wmt G. Mood and 'A m .G. '1
Wa:lker, E'x'urs. Dill for
llmikns A. Keinriek )
B Y v'irtume of an ' rde'r in Equity its this cau'e,
will sell at Edg.'fieldi C. II., sin the first Moi
slaty in: Oc.tobsr nexAt.T'l E hhLOT 0'4 PA IRCEL U
L N ) its the I o.'wn of Iit hsurc. S. C., describ:
in she hill, know'n and d~isuish, d in the p'lan
sad Tuiwi its as t Nis. I '2.
Trants-The csms titd ont half of thie purchin
mni'ys' tio be paidi in e.i'-6, ausd the remsaiss-g hs.
ini wt'lve mombhs fr' in the, day oft sale. lT' lpu
ebase.r to give as botsd w iths tw's appur-avt.'l a ureties
t h. 5 'ss-iimisssiium r' for the 5sme. The t~tli a to,
siged aind s'aledn, but st debelvre'd unotil die hIs,
be. 'tail aind if' thle said bon i' ent pidis whetn de
the Ctnmissionet.r will r' -sell the pretmises -it
sae pilace and ait the risk of thes. former potehas
a:ter twenty-onme days piub.ie ns'tice.
A. SIMKINS, C E RD.
Nept. 7 1857 41 35
Edgefleld Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADTE
- 'ili'FA IAsl.n WI N'lilt SI'$$lt)N
e' -.1st. B e- .. i'"'ti'n. IR'gu ationis, s.~ '
.nio-t as last b''s ..
CHA~S. A. RAYMOND)
Concordia Lodge, No. 5, A. 1 e N
A Regular Communication of this
Lodge will he h.-1d at their NEW
H ALL, in the Odd Fellows & Ma
sonie Buildinr. on Saturday evening,
the 19th Sept.. at 7 o'clock.
By order of
E. BLAND, W. M.
D R. Duarsos, Seo'ry.
Sept 9 2t 35
COT ION PLANTATION,
FOR SALE I
The subacriber of&rs for saTe, that VALUAfBLE
f'OTTON PLANTATION known as the McCul
lough place. containing EIGHT H rNFDRED AN D
TilIRTY--TITREE AND ONE QUARTER
ACRES. lyine on the waters of Horn's Creek, seven
niiles b.-low Fdawfield Court Totnee, and sixteen
miles from TTamburg, nnd -.djtininz lands of Wash
ington Wise, Mrs. Swea.rengin, Dr. Hord and Mrs.
On the premises is a Two Story Dwelline TTouse
Also an Overseef's, House. a large and excellent
Stable, fine Gin Thouse, Screw, &c.
A large portion of the land is in
About two hundred and fifty acres cleared and in
cultivation. The balance in brier patches and pine
thickets, which were never much worn. Captain
Ryan. the fi-st propriietor. worked a large force on
the place. Since his time the force employed on it
has been comparatively small, and the fences have
been moved in until a
Large aied the best portion
of the land has been surrendered to the b-ie-s and
There is a good Proliortion of the land
which ar.- exceedin-ly prnductive.
".te qualit v of th - tinnd cnn he judged of from
the growi- crop whith has beein made, w'1t hd
sensonus. undo-r imn':veernble elren imeatanes, -nd with
out one ounce of manure of any kind.
Tt- location is remarkahl healthy. Th.- pres
ent Tennt has not inst a sitgle day's wotk from
ikne's 'his y:ear. The nighboirhood is as desira
ble as any person enald wish.
Th.-re is no place in the District of equal heath,
so convenient to market. and so desirably Incted.
as suitah'e for making large Cotton crops as this
Ceomtiiaratively. a very few acres planted in th.
braich bottens will make an abundant supply of
provisi.es for the plantation.
S. S. TOMPKINS.
Elgeeldd C. H., S. C., Sept. 5th, 1857. tr. 35.
SWAN & CO'S, LOTTERIES
& BRILLIANT SCHEME.
TIC1:E".3S ONZT..a- $3.O .
The following Scheme will bedrawn by S. Swan &
Co., Mantagers of the Fort G..ines Academy L.ot
tery, itt each of their Lotteries for Sept.. 1857, at
To which City they Iave removed their their prin
To be drawn in the city ot Atlant.a. Ga., in publie.on
Saturday, September 5th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city .of Atlanta 1a.,in pubic, on
Saturday, September 12th, 1857.
To be drawn t the city of Atlanta, Ga.. in public, o
Saturday, September 19th. 1867.
To be drawn in thte City of .\ thumt c. Ga. in publi, on
Saturday, September 26th, 1857.
On the laln of Single Numbers.
5,495 PRtZ~ EN'.
Nearly one Prtiz-: toe "very Nine Ticket.
E.ACH SATURD SY IN SE~PTK111mR 1
1 prize of... ..... iie is....,..............A~ I
1 prize of....... .O000 is...-----..-.3. ni.a
1 priz.e of.........10.lit00 .s....--...----.."-ittit
I prize of.........i0 is.................i
1 pirize' of..........2.."t0 is.......-------.......'00 e
I prize of.......... 1.00ue 1........... 1.0t
In prize's of....1.utt are ...............10.te
lee prizes ef...........D900 art................9.t0 i
1(0 prIzes oef........... 800 nare ........ ........tlde
len prizet cof..... t are............... 7 'ul
10 pcriz.'a 'i........'it re..................0 t
10 przes of.........l. are..................icde
171 prize s of. . .... In are'............... i.acdi
10 pruzt'a .......... liii are................ . c c-n
4 Prizes of $4.cin A pproextng tO$tan~dddc Priz"- nr...
4 P'rizes .'f 3 ' " '- llm.etc P'r~z' are.. 1.21:1
4 P'rize-4 'f 200 - 10.W'e1 !'r.z'-. :re..9
4 P'rizes ofr l2Z " " 7*.d t'r:t.+ 0... ''
4 P'riz.-4 of 1dle ' Sioon 'ri.e'e :re.. . . - .'
.4 i'rizes ic.r , .7 a' 1; Prc ..- t :ti e ...'0.
5.00l( Prizes ot' e'a......-.--..---------------i""' nie
5aJn i'rtize's nmne.nniting i........... e32.OOo)
Whole Tickets $10; Thalves $5; Quarters 32,50.
Thce Nnub'rc from:, 1 t' .i.'.+. i'rriepondint- u ith tth.we
Nubr'. ..n lhe Tic'ket. pirited eta sepurnt.- stlcit oft ppr.
re c'nteirrede with smnaitll ti tte ii. nnt'l pina'i ee 'n on vt.
Thu tir.t 4tii ptrizes. simai arty printed and~ enzeire'ted. ar~e
The' wthce'ls are thn rev'olved. .and a ntumbter I., drawn
fromti the wh~eel of tinmber.. andi at the sarne ti'i., a prte
dlrawnt fromt thae'ohweelte tii. Th~e mmcee~er ande prnize drawn
ot :are npenced anid e'xthibited'it the aud~:ttietce, tind regis-'
terel hv tien tGoiinisiiion-rr: thte prize beting: pindeed eattt
Ithe nn,::'ber drawn. Tthis eeperaction~ is repented untilitilt the
prizes tire drawtn outt.
Approxtttalon Prizcat.--rThe twre perecei an*
thee iwo sne''eeditng Natuer~cs to thcose dlrawinte Gfr.-t 7
trizes will be. enttitle'd to the 2S Approxineation tPrizets. Foer
examteete: If Ticktet No. 11.250i 'traws the $.000~cit Prize,
those Tickets numbereet 11$t., 11.249, 1 l:2:1. 1 1.252. wilt
elc ht e'nti'!.de ti *4ei. If Ticket Nei. 55l etraws the
Se.dttt Prnize, ttee Ticket.,numbtnte'redt 5-,. 549. ;el5.i2. will
.:eah tbe entitled to 6:t100, iudt 50 tun accerdting tos the abtove
The 5i.000lh Prizes eef $2') wi hi, determtinedt biy thce last
N. elrawineg th 1'4 ;e~i eriz.e etis with No. 1.* thetn a!! the
:kets where the nue~ter undts in 1 wiit !be e'ntitlede toe $2u.
If the Nite'r enle. wr: tb N a:tber '2, thten all the Tickets
whetre thet nmber e'nel int 2 will tbe e-ntil'tle t 2u, ande sie
o to n.
4F,1!TlFIC'.\TES OtF I'.\CKAGES wilt be ride at the
flwn- rates. wicht Iithe rickl:
'Crtillateeeof l'*rcae of tene Whaile Ticke't'...........$9
Cerite ' eof Packeec of te'cn t'l ' iet.............. 40
(,rtit.inte ef l'tek'cge of te'n Qutearter Tlicets .......... 20
Certt:ete mef P'ackagie of ten Eighith TIickets..........1
1ns Ordertuag Ttchetec or CerttficattCe,
Engl'ose tht' ectley toe outr ndedres rfor the Trickets ordhereed,
- ieetreceipmt oef which they ilt bce forwarede Icy f1rst mail.
Purhne.rs ennt have Ticktets ettding it any figure they mety
r ~'Te' List of Drrawn Numbetcrs and Prizes will be
set lee jeurieasers immtetdiitelyt afte r lthe dlrtwing.
~Purchaners will pieee write te'ir signtatures plain,
anl tive ter P'ost Oftilee. Coutnty' an~d State.
giy-iemecmber tlthnt every P'rize is drawni and payable in
fult witheutt ,ledcetion.
C the lIcrize's oef.1,al'eOund under. p:ed immediately after
telrawimr!-ethter perize~ iat thei ittn:,l tit'e of thirty dlays.
VJ Address orders for'Tic'kets ier Certttlentes' to
a. W.\N .~ " , .\tlatnta, Ga
or S SWc.\N, \1emntgmtte'ry. Ala.
2"' A list of the numbeters thatt arce dirawnl frotm thet whecel,
wiithe the atmoun'tt ecf the erize. th:.t cacth onec is etntitlee tee,
wiltli hetcmhli-hced after e've'ry edrawiug, lin thIe fcelinwing~ pta
pr- wOrtenans Delts. Moble' lie'giste'r. Charlestcen
tnar.Nashevitte Gazett'. .\ttanta Inite.ltigee'er. New
Yrk We''cekly Day Btonk, and savannah Mcorning N ews.
Atng "J 4t 3
The Celebrated Stallion Henry,
WILL stand the ensuting F A LI4 SEA SON at
.lthn P'. ietyse' oen Meenedays and Tuesdays,
l ad at -laes A. C'tllints' men Thiursedays andi Fridatys,
it Fifteen dollars thte seasocn, attd Twenty-five dol
ie Ins intsur:ee.
l lilFN RY is a chiesnut sorrel, about fifteen hands
- inc-l hcigh, attd most potwerfully formed bcth
10 for ,.trt-eth aitll cspe.'d. lIeI will be seven years
- eml ttext Mav ie rate or.it races itt his thcrc'ee ere
d ol dc formr thian anyv hceeste c vr.-an befocrcet ong the
'1, nmecr we-re two fourt stile .aces, itn beeth of whtich
ItChte lest-thte' econ'cid be';t itn gcee I titme (7 mitn.4
rsee and 7 44 by hailf a niek cenly. In ite first Ito
ws be'aten by the rennowne'd Grifl' lRamondson, in
ithe s'eond bty Mary Tay~ cer oef eqiual r'e'nown. le
won several races at two and ltres miles.
IIENRY was by Imeponted Glenco, his dam Icy
Medmec, g dam by Coesaiuseo, g. g. dami by Me-zair,
. g g. mt by Mtedtey. t. g. g g diatt by Imtported
-I titumed, a~c Ills pedhigreee e-nnnot be excelled by
icri aty hor se ini the worId
n- All er.' on.. semlcing mtares tce ITIE iY must any
e :at lthe titm"e'o they are tee be served, etherwise
they will be chtarged atu by the~ seasonet.
i' JOrla~H SWINDELL.
MY PLANTATION and
. resid en"e known as the
Four miles from Edgetield C. H., on the Plani
One Thousand and Pourteen Acres,
about 400 of which are In flne culture. There ar.
on the place a large and comfortable Dwellini
House, and every outbuilding to be found on j
Farm, and all comparatively new,-also. a gto
Well In the yard and Spring near by, This Is j
healthful and desirable rt uldenoe.
- A 1 m C -
Mv MILL TR.ACT. adj--ining the first. containing
Fo-u hundred and fifty acres-200 of which are
cl, ared and in fine cuture. There are on it a Raw
lill in good order 6ir work, a cImfortable Dwel
lint lionso and out buildings (a Gin House except
ed,) all comparatively niw.
-A 13 o
The KNOW %AN.Ti.U!. adjoinir.g 'the first.
a finely tinibered and hauitul lmey of laind. a l in
vwods, conta:nc te hnitt..red and sixty-six are's
The- above places wili he sld s. p.irat.-ly or to
gether M. L. ISONIIAM.
Sept 12 4t 34
HORN'S CREEK LAND
T f[IF Subscriber. intending to make a change in
.his bus'nes to- the lirst of .lanu;ry neat, oii'ers
for sIe his Plantation situated four and a half miles
South of Eduefield 11. 11., on the road leading to
Three Hundred and Fifty-six Acres.
The improvements, consisting of a go-od Dwai imar
lonse and all ordinary p antation buildinsq. ire i..
goo.1 orde'. The place is well watered. havina
several good Springs 'n the premises, and an ex
ce.len: wed in the Nard.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to cnll
and examine for themrtseives ns ths sei-tion of c-oun
try offers inducetcnots to cotton-growin4 inferior to
none in South Cat-l>a.
01 A bargain may be had by npplying soon.
.1. L ADLISON.
Sept 2 tf 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
B Y consent of all the parti-s in interest, I will
i)fWer or sale at Helgefield Court House, on
the FIRST MONDAY in OCTOBPER next,
ALL THE LANDS
of the late Andrew onmilion. decea-ed, for parti
ion among his heirs at law, consisting of the fol
towing Traits. to wit:
I TIlE HOME TRACT, adjoining lands of
.Te0ss. G million. .lamies Neil and others, containing
-ix hnitidred and twenty-four (624) acres, more or
2 TiE TI ALL TRACT. adjoining lands of
.Iesse Goneillion nnd other lands of sail estate, and
at4ds of Lovet Oamillion, snd containing two hun
,red and seventy-nine (279) acres. more or less.
3. Till? RYAN TRACT adjoining lands of
J.esse Gotnillion ind Lnvett Goisllion, and con
taining sixty-tw.. (62) acres, more or less.
4. TIE MINE CREEK TRACT, adjoining
linds of 4Capt. Wm. hilev. dJacob Lagroon and
otlhers. and containing three hundred and five (305)
cres, more or less.
5 TITE LANG TRA.CT, nadjoining lands of
Rid Estate and 1:ads of 11. T. Boiat-right and
others. containing ninety-four (94) acres, more or
6. TTIE FANNING TRACT, adjoining lands
oif Raid estate. 1.eett fIomillion an. others, and
containiing three hundred and seventy (370) acres,
more or lets.
7. TiHE BEEChI CREEK TRACT, adjoiing
hands ot Jesse :atcher, Jeptha Cotich and othiers,
and conetainitng ounuelnded and sevenety-one (t71)
aeres, nmore or lss.
fThe above desee ibid lantds will lbe sold otn a
credit of twelve months fromat the daey of sale. Th
purehasers wvill be requireed to give notes with
two apiprosved secu ritie's to s'cure the put ehnse
mfoery. .1 EssE 00O\ll LLUN, Agent,
For the lleirs of Andre'w Gomtitlion.
Asng 5 9it 30
Egypt Land for Sale,
'TlE sub.criber desir's teo sil his L AND three
inmIles Niorth sof Etdgelield C. II., The Tracet
contins 379 Acres,-one hsalf in cultivatioen,
mosly fresh ten-the biatane' in woods. The place
i in Celeod repa~ir with plensty eof good wvater. The
pa.t erops have been equal to any in the D~istrict
tie prsn will show for itself. These wishitng to
l'ty atre r. quest-d to' cee amnd look, andie enquire of
any that ha~s seen cousin sand Corn growing on the
nIte to five years inditgentce can be hal.
nlt! 26 tf 33
..... O R S A L E ,
i ;;UE tan,,k':,iueI iellirs tot' saile his plantation
s. 'ituate' Iimiles froesm Illembutru, conctainitng
b , Acr *, 20l0 acres of thce Lantd now' undeer
eiivation. 1001 acre's otf Swampi Land, whlichi
will maknt froms 40. ti) 50 13u~ethel1 Corni to the ae're.
The Landi tis ly.ieg o L:'ie i't~e Creek atnel a'l
Gui ni on;, Saw sant G.'': M "n'- c
ter power. On Lthe p'ace i; t he n -tie l at o
Teerims ns:'-de kno'wn lby at. -n~
ilrrnbnrg, Aug. 1'.I7
A .ilT C111100
T'-lIiE: Subscr'iber iin.554 it' r. ill -v e .iih
I. Wmest, eotiers fS'- sah'le hi t';F
1T'.E A") Iy (1T itn the Teinai (i .I -i'~
for timm1 .les'I . lhe nc ou-e st. tha'. LI e Leit woh Ii si
C.i~ ir.'tlvemets, run- tin' "i ei ' E wo :-tory I tW wrI
n ,.ose. biudt mfter the l~Oinoit rve'd style re
.sii.'tire . i*tlv Ijiile ''te1 phisteredl -brmiuch
t..u i( lite wiit~w alvespartemue. a Well of ex
e'l- nt wat,' r. c'nile eu .hel tor ('ash, or otn a en d et
til thle first itf I i..teeer w:-sxt. rar less thasn the origi
al coat of the I wdlling Ilouse' sale'e.
I ~A. P'. NORRIS.
WH 0 WANTS MONEY?
tAv DE Wtrit.n tBY IJSttli 'REN DOLLARs.
Hanlves anid Quarter Taekits itn proportiotn.
BY ATTIORITrY of thme -tLate of GEORGIA.
ION THE I. A PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS~
30,000 T ICK ET M3,2O PDlIZES
I A mountitng to $215,260.
PRIZES PAYABLEWITHOUT DEDUCTION.
Suecessors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
Our Loetteries draw in Macon, Georgia. (Smal
Scemlses) eve'ry Saturday, ands in Savannah, Ga
(Large -chemnes) abount she 15th of every month
C L ASS B B.
Drsws September l5th, 1857, alt Armory Hall
Savannalh. Oas , under the sworn sup.-rintedenc<
of W. R. Synmons, Esq., and .1. M. Prentiss, Esq
C.\ PT ALR of $60,000, $20,000. $10,000, $5,00(
$4.0010, $2 000, :3 Pnezes of $l.(000. 5 of'
$5001. 1010 eof $100(, 1110 of 50, 3000
of $30 anad 72 A pprocximation pri
zes amoseunting to $3,760.
TIKETS 610; EALVES 65; QUARTES 32,50.
0 Look to your insterest ad compare this Schem,
e soith any other
Bank Notes of sound iBanks taken at par.
Cekon New York remitted for pm izes.
)~ Adress orders for Tic.kets or Certihecates ?
e Packges of Tickets to
IANDERSON & SON, 1ilanagers
Malsoon or Savatnnah, G.t
Aug 26' -f 33
Money Wanted !
7gpHE Subscriber hae place1 all Notes and Ac
n I ounts disc the firm of Bewley & :4mith,
it to hiimsell individually, in time hand. o'f M'ese
SC M lgrath & Wright fort cillection. and earne.stl
e oes that nil insdehtedl will tuake. arrangemnt
to sittle by osr before Return dlay, as he intend
eleaving the District at san eaerly dale, and nmust clot
up ~his businesn wiiheout further delay.
flsbrgl$2 W. C. BEWLEY.
=,2.... e3e 34
"LIfe of M
said by mom
of any age.
pecially so to
tans quit.. a f
07 For sal.
buying h- the
PELLETIER & CO.
DRUGS AND MEDICINSS,
H \t1BURG, S. C.,
RE receiving their supplies for the Summer
1 and Fall Trade, consisting of
)rugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Eoaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
enerally found in their line of business.
i Planters, M. rehantfs, Physicians and all
ersQns dealing in our line will find it to their in
crest to give u.4 a call as we are determined to sell
t the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
re Planters can rely upon having their mem
raudunas tilled with th.- BEST OF ARTICLES,
nd put up in packaucs to suit their convenience.
A. J. PELLFIB R cO.
Next door to A. Burnside.
Hamburg, July 15, 6mi 27
r 1E Co-Pattnership heret.Ifre existiiig under
ithe name and style xf T . I'iLIA TL II.R.
-ns this sa'y dissolved by nmutual consent. The
ltwks, Noates and Accouns will be found in the
ands of A. .1 PELLa:-rTIa, who alone is auther zed
o sette up the business of the -aid Firm.
H. B. TUTT.
A. J PELLETIER
llanburg, S C., Aug 19, 1857.
I '*E Undersign, d have emvered into a Co-part.
nerslop under the name and style of A. .1.
ELLETI El & CO.. for the transaction of the
ruog awd A poth.-ea; y business wh.ch will be con
lucted by A. J P .LLETIER.
R. J. DELPII,
A. J. PELLETIER.
Iamburg, Aug 19, 1857.
To the Public.
[ N retiring I take ts netho'd or returning mny
lhank:, for the very liberal patronage bestowvd
in the ol Firmn, and. soliet for the~ new a coninu
neeC of the smnec Il B. TL'TT.
Hlamburg, S. 0., A ug 1, 1857._ Im 34
DYE & LATA$TE,
iarehouse a n d Commission
'E&PEC(TFULLY ainnounce to their friends
:,and the public ,enerally, that they have f'ormed
c~netion in thea :,ave* busin--ss, aind have l.-ased
l, Fl1RE PIa hI W AREI :OUSE of CaI. Clan
mn-Nora h side of fleynolds btreet, recently occu
ed hy Mr. George L. A nderson.
From their loneL experiencee, the y flatter thn.
elves thati they will be enab):e t. give entire~ s.atis
ation to, tse who. mny ltair thmem wi.h consign
tnts of UTTON or oather prod uce.
Their promplt pearsonil ;uttentin will lbe given to
).lere for A-;GIN Is, R' ,PE , &c , and ,urchashrL'
f .:nily supap!its at loawat o:nrk. t prie. s.. I.'. to
I, forwardlinig of Goods conls tned t' ouir iri--nds in
Lier l 'lh al tnces m:nle, whlen desirda. ba
ur eu.,toma r
ur elota~ o il be at!. 'emet as -th-.se~ of at! er
ot:s af the o.-..ed i :h-. in-i.- hc~aness.
. . M. ;Y .,
- :-L \T.\WT!:
BEA LL &-TO L1
T/1arehouse anI d Commission
M E RC HA NTS,
~enld, between .1- eks a* ;imd Me'tth It ree Cm,
AUGUST A, CA.
t'E ave emo.,1 tao M;(alf 's T..PG!
' ' i'lt li.t.0FW A H l i1US'.. ran
evoad. bet ween .1;eksen and M~elaat'ah St--eats.
etly occ~upi. d by ( itham & Ask o, ia the~
-aate of theL City, in the vicinity aof the, principal
.'a'h.nss, and covi e::it't ta thea i t-s
Beimaar Jimply pro'avided wth goo-l .safe Storage foar
Cotton, Grain, Flour, Bacon,
A nal PROD UCE g.-nea'illy, we re.etfuly ..alteit
ensig'nents*, which shall receave our undaividedl
as tL'a'i- i tenti-m.
AMfL Y SgPJPIES, and th-- usual facilities.
ill .- afferded customoers.
gi Our Comumissins will hbeach as aire cus
mary in the city. WM. $1. B~A LL,
J. W. L. STOV A LL.
A gusta, A ugut 0 2m 31
TJl E Exerise. of these Aecadanm'es will be re
I sumed on the FIRST MIONDA Y IN A U
GUST, ansi will be continued, the Male liapart;
et under the cointrajl of V r .J. L. INiLY, azo
the Fa'ie under thel control of~ Mr. J1. Ii. MtUlt
lIS, with eompetenat A ssistnt.
RATES OF TUITION.
In the Mhde. Depart' enat, p, r ssi n,....2 01
lIN TrHE FEM.ALE DEPAaLTMENT rHIa SEF~toN.
First Class, Prinmary I )ep io........$9 (Of
Scndaa Class, (.Irdinar-, Ena!.h ranches . I 2 la
Third a Ii ihuer br~acs.......... 15 Hi
I'on:thl- G----ek, laun an~d French,.. 18 01
Pupils in i, h ch~arg. ah frcaan the tiamac of enterinl
to the end' of the Sesion.
lloanrd e:aa be hadt in the Village at from $8 t.
$II peri monaztha. I!. A. SIJ.\ W,
See'ry lIonrd of Trusteevs.
.ulv 22 tf 28
STATE~ OF SOUTH CJAROL[NAX,
es. -Bill for Pat
.Jon Lewis Robertson, et al.
BY Virtue of an order from Chancellor Wardla
in this cause, I will sell at the Homestead o
the Bird Crsek Tr--et, on Wednesday after th
first Monday in Octoer next, (hemeng the 7th) tht
Real Estate of A biahjlohertson, dee'd., consisting <
TIHE BIR CREEK TR ACT,
Containing one hu adred and forty-three (143
crs, amore or less, adjoining lands of Johln Prie
and Robert Je~nninus. Also,
TIlE OGIL VIE TRACT,
On the Key Road, cont'aininu three hundred (30(
acres, nmore or less, adjaining lantds of .John )
W hite, J1. M . Colemant~, sampson Strom and A are
TERMS-On a credit of one and two years froi
thai day of sale, with interest on thec last instahntet
rama tiao expirationa of one year from the day '
sle. Costs of the sue to be paid in cash. TI
purhae mn~aaey to be secured byv Bonds or Note
with aple personal sureties and a miortgage of t1
pretnseal.A. SLMKINS, C.E E.D
Au 3. Mi5 3
T HE Subscriber having furnished himself wi
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INMTa G A CrA TM,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, wit
an assurancoe of a more perfect adaptation, and
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than as
be realised by any other method. Its perfect pt
rity. cleanliness. fredom from all taste. or galvani
sensation, durability, comfort and seourity, ar
among the advantag's claimed fur this SUPCRIOI
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 94
g7 The friends of Capt THEOPHILUS DEAl
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
clection to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefieh
District, at the ensuing election.
TI E friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully nnounCO him as a candidate for Sherij
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq.. n
[Tamburg, in the upper part of the District. respect,
fully announce him as a candidate for Sheriff
adefleld District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res.
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherif
.,f Edg"-lield at the ensuing election.
117 We are authorized to announce LEWI'
tONES. Esq . as a candidate for re-election foi
l7Tn. Friends of Capt. H ROULWART
reepectfully annunee him as -> (andidate for SherP
,if Edgefield Distriot at the next election.
; Tlhe friends of Mr. LEWIS CO.EMAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Cleri
o- Edgefleld District at the next election.
07 Tis Friends of Mr. T1OBERT D BRT AN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerli
of Edgetield District at the next election.
IT The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTEi
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Taw
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next electioi
iT 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.
g Tuv Friends of Maj. JOHIN C. LOVE
LESS -respectfully announce him as a Candidate fi)t
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing
KTThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
97 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgefleld at the next election.
g The P riends of Capt. E. W. HIORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefneld District, at the ensuing elee
TO THE PUBLIC.
T HE Undersigned having sold the AmericaR
Ilotel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub.
.ie generally for the liberal patronag-- bestowe
tpen us. and would solicit the same for its present
0. H. P. SCOTT & CO.
Hlamburg, May 30. 1857.
H AMaBURG, S. C.
Tp [E Subscribers take this opportunity of in*
forming their friends and the public enerall3
that they huve bought the above IlOTEL, an"
are havinz it refitted in the best possible style for
their reception. We flatter ourselves that every
ncesary arrangemnent has been made to promote
the comnfort of all who f.&vor u,. with their company
Our ROOMS are airy and comfortably furnished ;
SERVANTS attentive and obedient. And our
T A BILE will be constanttly supplied with the best
the eeeshon allards. Our friends may therefore rest
satisied that every ex.-rtion will be cheerfully ren
dered to miake their enjounrn pleasant and agreeable.
Thaere will be in attendmee a 00OO) OSTLER,
and [lories left in our charge will recive particu
gg'Persons arriving at this House may feel as
stred~ that their baggage will be promptly sent,
'free of charge. to the Cairolina or to either of thi
Geor gia it-pots.
We solicit a share of the patronage of those visit
in on-'Twn. G. C ('UN NING1IAM,
blARY S. CUNNINGH AM.
Iinlmr .Tune 1, 1857. iy 21
IMPORTAUT TO PLANTERS!
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
I u- NCi00l' N TY, GA.,
. ex -i t ih. W. ..i. u.-.xre sv an.! con
ny1----atn ptt stnge th-- Vaemory hi.s eni
ye e.. - :ire ;.a :, awsur'. the Pr,1-rietors that
th. article i-f
' Vi r io im for~ Negroes,
!b~eIIte te-i i)-e.mres,:l nad iI
not .na . tnable' us teo keep-1 up the s::mda~rd of tl..
Gooeds' hne: to swenre ;mt iat y oelivery of the s'ie
Pllmter.s ar o:h.--rs who. may den-ti e tea avail themf
selves'ef this .'pp.': tunity, andu secure a utirat i
arA-i.-let at m..deratr east. hiave oanly to asend uts thm
Woo. washteIdeaen in coldi wat--r 'if s..tnt dirty
one halIf cent p.r yard extra is charged for wash
ing. Hurry ti nil is not obhjectiotnbh; the Hur.t
Iare remoavedl by mtachinery.
The namne oef the oewnter should he maurke-d on al
P ack s. sit us Wool sent by any of the Rai
IRiadus in torein. Alal~bama or South Careel-na, t.
he .\ugust.a D.-pot, n ark-d ltichmnond Factory
(and owner's namehi aa-e) will be r.-gubirly ane
pranpt'y recemv d1, an.h the cioth,. whe-n m:ad'*, re
Iturnedl to the p..ints direel. Each pare.1 i tmad.
up in the turn receive .1, hiene an earaly delivery
ala-ys desirable. A I instructions to
WM CHLEY, Pres't.
A ugnsta, Ga., JTuly 6. 3mt 26i
ave Costs whilst you Can
ALL persoens indebted to the Undersigned, eithe
..by Note or A ccount, are hereby warned tha
thy MUST PAY UP, or make satisfactory am
rangemets, previous to'Return Day, or they wm
mot assuredly be -omnpelled to pay costs. I hay
got to raise $5,000 in tin incredible short time, an<
cosequently I expect those indlebted to me to liqui
date the sanme without delny. l.et your actions
this matter be in accordance with my necespities, ani
all will be well. W. W- H AVIR1).
A ug 5 6t 30
9-rin R EGIMENT, S. C. M.
Dux-rossvnLLE, A ug 14, 1857.5
IN Pursuance of an order received from Brie
1Gen. W. C. NIoRAGNE, an Election will be bet
at the company muster grounds on the 25th Sep
teber next, for COLONE L of the 9th Regimen1
S. C. NI., to fill the vacancy caused by the resignti
tion of Cul. B. F. Strom.
laj. .1. W. Tompkins and Capt. Win. Jenning
are charged with the extension of this order.
Lieut. Colonel commanding.
G. W. Bua-roN. A dj't.
Aug 19 5t 32
Sef-Sharpeninig Straw Cutters!
- I PENN, A aent, has just received and offel
I 'a ter sale a supply of the most approved art
el of CORN 811 E LL ERS. Also, a large Stoc
of thoise celebrated self-Shacrpenintg S T R A 1
U T T E R S. The farmers wall please send
- Sept 2 tf 34
e L. PENN. Agent, h-ts just received a su
.J. ply ofhPOT A SH, put up in tin cans, wi
full d'rectiona tor mnakinig soft and hard soap.
Jgn fl ti 2
T - I 'u,. e ber begs leave to '
inform the public that he has in
b -,tore, at the Stand ocecupie by him the tas, s
son, a WELL SELECTED Stock of Planters'
Supplies, consisting of
Museovado and Porto Rloc SUGARS;
b Start's H. B.& C.Soft "
Blaltimore Reinery of same qulality
e MOLASSES. Hhds., Tierees sai Baflel I
" Rio and Java COFFe t
IKON all situ. and HOLL OW WA.B92
B'kGGING, 0PE nd TW IEl -
Gunny Cluth. a heavy artile;
Osnaburga and stripes;
7-8 intd 4-4 Augusta Goods;
SA LT. very largo- Saeks
50 llhds. BtACON 8i1S;
10 " SiIOUI.DERS;
SOAP, CAN I)LEA, STARCH, &e., &e., all
-4r which will be sold on accommodating terms to
I approved purchasers.
g" Orders solicited and promotlv attened to.
IUuaaao,June 6 tf 22
To Mechan'es, Inventors and
IN announcing the T H I R T E E N T H Annual
IVuluneof the SCIENTIFIC A.MERICAN. the
l'ubl.shers respectfully inforn the pubbe that in
order to) increase and stimulate the formation of
clubs, they propose to offer
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Inventions, Engineering, Mill Work, and all inter-,
ests which the light of Practical Science is calcu
lated to advance. It is issued weekly, in form for
binding; it contains annually from 500 to 600
finely executed Engravings and Notices of Ameri
can and European Improvements, together with
an Official List of American. Patent Claims pub
lished weekly in advance of all other papers.
It is the aim of the Editors of the Scientific
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Sept 2 tf 34
miAJm U L r U. 0.
rf' II1E Proprieto'r of this well known and pop.
Alar IIOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generally, that this House is stilL open for the re
etption of copapany, ad that in future his whole
energies will be put into requisition to gratify the
wants or each and all who may favor hImt with their
During the past week the House has hesa
h~roughly repaired, and the Rooms and Furniture
put in excellent cundition for the Spring and Sum
My Table will be furnishedl with the best that can
be had, and presided over by one skilled in the enl
nary department-and in short, everything requisite
to gratiry the taste of the epicurean will be supplied
in abundance. The servants of the CAROLINA
!!OTl~ are noted for their polite and attentiveechar
aeter, and are ever in attendance to obey the wishes
if my Guests.
I laving procured comfortable Stables, H~orses left
in tny care hereafter will receive the best attention.
Thankful for past encouragcement and patronage,.
I respectfully solicit a continunce of the same.
-JOllN A. MAYS.
fJ The trav.-lling community nrc notified that
hey and their baggage will be conveyed, at a mo
miit's waruing, witho~ut charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
llamburg, Juno 10 1857 tf 22
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CHRISTI UA H URBLBERBT.
T'iIE Subscrabers ier for sale att the old stand
:of T1. If Snlliv:an, a CllOICE collection of
Carriages, tockaways, Buggies,
.nd all oth--r airtcles in their linei. They have
adet arrtanents to k,-ep their 1lou4.- iupplie.d
':h the IWT A RTlCl.8. frian the I4EST
- ,,:. rie,. in the Umit.d S;ates, which they will
..l !.OW FOR CAsli, or for good paper on
C RRiAGES and BUGGIES of every des
eription Will be furnished to order on short notice.
A pril22 tf 15
BY Virtue of sundry writs ol Fieri Faciae to me
direc.ted, I will proceed to sell on Thursday
* e 10th Septenmber next, at the residence of 8amu.
el C. Scoutt, the following property in the fu~lowing
caies, to wit:
IW. Hlolmies vs S. C. Scott and others ;Other
Plaintiff- severally vs The same, The Derendant,
.-. C Sentt's. st',ek o' Cattle, ll.'gs, Goats, one
Yoke of O~xe~i ami Ox Cart, Plantation and Black
erti'. Toolis. Ilonschold. and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
JA S. EIDSON,sa .D.
Aug 2553t 33
-- New Flour Ifills,
t YM SI are now in operation, and are fur
T. ihdwith EVERY FACILITY for ma
ing FLOUR and MEAL of the best quality.
R. T1. AllS.
grFour miles West of Edgefield C. 11., and
one mile from the Plank Road.
jAug5 tf 30
ANAWAY from the Subscriber en the 9th
.AAugust, the following named Negroes. NED
and his wire FANNY, and DAVE, formeriy be
longing to the Estate of Capt. Charles Hammond.
They are in the neighborhood of Martin Town. or
-between that and Hamburg. Twenty-6ive dollars
will be given for the apprehenisioni and delivery of
each one to the JTai 's of Edgefield or Augusta. Or,
the above reward of $75, for the sa'e confinement
of all three. A description is deemed unnecessary,
as they are so well known. T. J. ROACH.
sColumbia, Sept 1 4t* 34
rT'lHE LA W Partnership of B O N TH A M af
IADAMS is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Our business to this date will be conducted
by us as Partners. M. L. BONHA M,
Sept 1, 1857. 2t 34
kY Virtue ofan orerfrom Win. F. - *
a j Ordinary for Edgefield District, I w lat
Liberty Hill, on Friday, 11th day of Sep iber,
all the personal property of J Samuel Limek
- er, dec'd., consisting of a Sad.ile, Shot Gun and
other articles. not necessary to mention. -
p Terms, on a credit until first day-of January
t next. Purchasers giving notes and approved se
curities. -0. W. LANDRUM, Adin'r.
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