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.pHEtEBY IV EN, that at the next Session
--f the Leilature application will be made for
- a Charter to incorporate Bank to be established at
Ed ield C. H.. to be known as the Bank or Edze
lad, with a capitad of Two hundred and fifty thous
ept 16 . 3m 36
PIANO FOR SALE!
A SOFT -TON ED, 6 Octavo PIANO, in good
- conditinin. Price $75
Also, a good second hand. leather top BUGGY
and HARNESS-is offered low. Enquire at this
5Offie. Sept 9 2* 35
To Booksellers, Colporteurs &c,
.Teiins of Sale, and Rates of Discount, for
Books Published by the Southern Baptist
Publication Society, CharlestA, S. C.
.1. On any single wholesale purchase of $150 or
upwards, a trade discount of 30 per cent. will be
made, iad a credit of six months, given for an ap.
prov'ed note payable in bank; or if cash be paid at
the tiie1 a further discount of 5 per ce'nt. will be
allowed'on the'reduced amount of the bill.
2. Wholesale bills amounting. singly. to less than
$150, will be entitled to a trade discount of 25 per
cent at tit months, or a further discount of 5 per
cent for cash, as above But should the several
bills of any purchaser, withsn any conseutive period
of six months amount to $150. a further trade dis
count of 5 per cent. will be allowed, making 30
3. All bills of the current period, not previously
paid: will be considered due at the expiration or six
months. from the first purchase. and then to be pid
without futther discount for cash.
4. Discretionary power is given to the Depository
Agents, in connection with the Financial qecreta.y.
to make specihl contracts for extra supplies of cer
tan books. By order of the- Board.
WM. THAYER, Rec. See.
'BY Vrtue of eundry a rits of Fieri Favins to ire
.1) direbed, I will proceed- to sell at Edgefield
G' H., on the firMt Monday in October next. the
following pioperty in the following cases, to wit:
Marion Roberts vs Thos. K. Coller ; Other
Plaintiffs vs The Same. One Tract of Land con
taining Three hundred a-res. m' re or less, and
adjoining hends of James Blackwell, Ciarles Free
man and others.
M. W. C ary vs Elizabeth Turner. One Tract of
Land containing One hundied acres, more or l,
adj.ining lands of John Mack, Cadaway Clark and
W Haltiwanger vs. W. G. White, One Tract
or Lot of Land containing Twenty acres. more or
less, adjoining lands of P. S. Brooks and Thus
.lohn T Barnes vs Fanny Smith and P. Herrin,
One Tract of Land containing One hundred and
twenty acres. more or less, adjoining lands of Wit
Daniel, Wm. Mobley and other., and levied upot
as the property of P. Ilerrin.
Landon Tucker vs H. zekiah Harris, The De
fendant's interest in tine Tract of Land c'.ntainily
eighty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of L.
Tucker, Mrs. Jones and others.
James Stalnaker for an.ther, vs. Thomas Stai
naker, One Tract of Land containing One .hun
dred and forty.six acre's, more or less. and adijein
ing lands of M rs. Nancy Owensby, Tandy Luck
halter and others.
Steedman & Metritt vs William Toney, On.
Tract of Land, containing Seven hundred acres..
more or lesp, and-adjoining lands of G. M. Wever.
Samuel Posey and others.
Winchester Grahamn vs R. L. Whiatley and Tho.
W. Whatley, One Tract of Land lying on Saivani
nah [iver, contaiing one thousand acres. moel or
less, and boupded by lainds of Mlaria Athitnson.
Mary e-ardner and others.
Terms of sa e, Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.a.n.
- Sept 14 4te - 36
BY Virtue pf sundry writs of Fier'i Facia t.
me directed, I will proceed tee sell at Edne
field C. Hf., on the first Mtonday in October next
the following property in the tullowing cases, to wit :
R. 7F. Parks vs 31. WV. Lyles ; Other PlaintiflG
vs The Same, One Negro boy anu.:ustus.
Hezekinh Porter vs E. M1. Corder and Mlorgane
Corder, One Brown Mule and one .Jack.
R. H. Sulliu'a vs Jackson Hlohnes, Trustee, One
Negro man Wiley.
A. D. Boles, Ex'or. vs E. Padlgett, One negrn
womcan Sal and two M1uk's.
B. C. Brvan vs John C. Louveless, One bn.
Horse and one Buggy and liarness.
John P. lates, Trustee. for the use of anoether'.
vs George E. Hec.ndy and others, One Buggy at:
.Ters Csh. JA MES EIDSON, s E D.
Sept 15 3t 36;
THE STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA,
I HEREBY give pttblic notice, that a Bounty
.LLand Warranet. issued in my name. 'romt the.
Pension Office, at the City at Wtashinleon, Len th<L
11th June A. D). 1655, for 1211 acres. uner the acet
of 3d March A. I).. l655. No 22C6, and sent to
A bner Perrin. at Edgefield !G. 11 , southu Carocliina.
for my services in the .' ar of 1812. with (Great
Britain, has never been receive'd, assianted, trans
ferred --r sold by me; anet I leereby declan're m.
inttetntion m t:ply. at thet en:rii at dayV to -hte Comti
mnersionler of i'en.iuns for a u. licate of aec-hl 'm -
Wie :osurn A BNEY.
Se;>pt 16 6t 2
STA TE OF SOU'l CA ROLINA,
1)Y W. F. D)U~ISGE, Esquire, Orditnary of Eelge
) field Districi.
Whereas, Robtert Ikyatn,S3r., htatheapli temi-' .
I,-t.ers' of Adinira etionc, enc all necl sizer ,tar the
ge. dee anid chaat tlhm rig't-temd credits of MI..es Chuk,
late ,.4'b lth e avrt ,ltere 1 Hd. dee e-d~.'.l
Tecese are, th~erefotre, toee i-and' adelcoislh alt acei
seetatar. the. kinedrat and c're'dito'rs of the'said deces
ed 't.c Ic- anid uppear ha'ere' inc.at onr tte'x Ordlitnary's
Cocurt tor the satid Distriect, tu be~ heolden at ~Edgefirehl
C. it., on the 25th 'lay eel Sept. inst , to sheoew
cacnne,if aney, why the said admtimtstrati..u should ntot
Given uneder my hand antd ueal, this 9ith dasy oft
S -ptemnlwr iii the year of our Lord one' thuadeifh
hund~ired anid fifty-seven, and mt thte82ned year eef Anm-ri.
catn l..dependence. W .DlI~~. .E )
Sept 10 l-Ie
B Y n n o'der fromu: Wm. je. Dtniso -, Ewi , Or
dnat'y of Edgefie'ld 'ristrict, we weI pro
er ato ae.li ait th.- lte re.tdence of M.ary T~wne,
d- c'd , ecn NA'iT~l).Y ithe :' day eel Ocitobe.
n -at, all the pers'.::ai prayjerty at the sidd de
esed, e..-ins stinig ofe
.Five Likely Negroes',
One Curriage', one u' ag.,n, Harnes., Corn, F'odder,
Plantattison Took, &c.
~"T~rmts made known on day of aa'e.
It. .\. SCI! iRY,
It. W. P'AYN E.
Executors with thue WiLL annexeJ.
Sept 16 NO1_C
1Sherehy given, that applicatiomn will be made to
thde next Leg s!ature fer at: act of meeurperation
ter theu Dry Cr.:ek iluptist Church.
Au.29 1857 3mt 36
Camp Meeting Accomnmodation,
r li!E subscriber resupecttully unmits all whlo vi-it
iJ Be.thlehemc CGtuip at~t.t,'l, deuring -amp .\lct
ing, that he ha~s tmauete arrancge'ments to open a
I huEs LOTl, fort the' a -co-'mtt.ita ien of all whe'
may see proper to leave ih.:ur 11hi.ae in hx aeb.e
P'articubler attentione iv'ent to st.ek, but lie' wall not
be ancc.ounttble shiould anty ace.cident occur.
1S hereby given. that:.pp i'at~i:n will be madel to
I the L.egislatutre att its rext sa.s on. for ai reliease'
of all the right anid initere'st of the Sta-e im the Es
cheated Property of Chiarles McGr-eory, de~eeased,
tec J A~sg 6. -lasNDasox and 11Urmt -\1C'.- aEcoa
a ug. 29 1857 -3m ~ 36
CO LUMYBUS I
r HE imported SPANISII JACK COLUMBUS
il l stared the F ALL SEASON at Edgceed
. .I , commencing the 10th Augusat.
S. F. GOODE.
CORNER UNDER GLOBE HOTEl
L C. DEMING has now in Store his e
e tire Stuck of FALL and WIN TE
GOODS, being the most complete ever offere
and at lower prices to cash and prompt paying cu
tomers. Amoimg which wIll be found
SILK DRESS GOODS.
The gre-ttet-t variety th it can be foman in* the Cit
The Robe a Quil'e, Robe a Volan:z, Beyedere. (ti
size stripe,) Vvientres, Piaplins and side Stripe-v
varying in price from $20 to $60 per Robe.
Also. Solid Colored SILKS, in every shad
with RIBBONS and VKLVETS for Side Stripe
all of which are entirely new and confined styles.
Boiled Black SILKS, warranted to main ain the
WOOL DRESS GOODS
In every variety, embracing Ruhe a Quille, 3e-y(
dere, Velantz, eet., with the usual styles and qual
EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, moi
complete, and at a lower rates than ever befor
S H AW LS,
Square and Long, for Ge-nts, Ladies and Chi]
dren Nlourning to Full I Iress. from 25 cents t
$20 A large variety of CHENEILE, with Plair
and Figur.d Centree.
MANTILLAS AND COLLARS
From S- Cloth. to St6: Velv..t. Pirti.:u.atr atten
ti .n has ben paid to -hem, being made fu: and -
the best V.-lvet.
.\ls.. Ch ldreu's and liNases' Cloaks, Merin'..
Cb r.:s, Casaimers and Muslin DeLains of w
French, rnalish and American Solid and Figue
.ti IR A FL A NN E LA
Children's DRIES (O()D-', Isf Woot and Sil
Nev aid contined siyl--s MOURNING GOQOD
KERSEYS AND HLANKETS
At liwer rates tm:in can be purchased els.-wh- re.
gf- My hous., is the only one where Geore
-ehy's-wanranted all wool filling-W I 1 T I
G .ORG I \ PLAINS can he had. I hey are thi
most des-rable and economical Gods ever offerei
to the Planter.
LI SF.A, OSNA RURGS, STR i'ES, 1O'l E
RPUN--, FLANNELS. 110I.RY, TICKINGS
&e., in ful variety.
Every article that I have shall be offered at th
lowest rates possible An examination solicited
ir.' Orders imnettully and earefu:lv attended t(
L. C. DEMING.
Corner under Globe Hotel.
Au usta. Sept 14 tf 36
DICKEY & PRIBBS,
A RE now oneninr a VERY LARGE and WEL
SEL.ECTED Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
To which ther rest:ectfully solicit attention, comr
nrising as it does, every article usually found in
rst. chlss ITence. and at prices as Low as an
in the Soul h.
The .ndice esnecially nre inviteel to cAl and ex
amine our DRESS GOODS before purchain.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS MODE
SIAWLS. &c.. is particilarly fine. enibrncim
every article in their line, and all of tho latest ani
newest styles, viz :
Plain Black Gro- in Rhine SILKS;
" " Gros dui Naple.s. "
"i " iBisch'.lle "
Black Broicades. Stin Stripes snd Plaids;
Fnce PIaiist. Strines and (H ENIES;
Rich Satin Plnids ami' Stripes;
Rich %nred BROCA"Pi.S ;
Very Rich FlnanneedI ROBES;
Malrceiim-s, Flonnaese.&~c - &c., all colors;
Frenrcrh Merinnes, Rl:.ek andl Color.';
English anid Germnan M-rinneu ;
Coburg Clothie. vere fine, every shade;
Plain and Printed Llanma Cloths ;
Cashmere arnd Iiehe Delaine;
Plain D-ln ines. al' shades, 1eic. per-yard ;
Black anid Cot'd Alpacas;
" " " Silk Warps ;
tBirnhnzir'ee. C'inn Clot hs
CHi ' LLIES, Bllack and Colored:
POPINS, Plain. P'laid, and Striped ;
Vleiitia Sirri.n. and P'laid'
Brilianie, Plaiei Whit,. and Solid Colors;
" Chintz Colors;
Freichi Chambhrays. and Chambrics, Colors ;
llvyies Engli.<h PRINTS;
Merrimiac~ andl Cochieco PIUNT'S;
Furniture Chitzes. &c
Swiss anti Jaconet Muslins;
Spotted nn-l Fig'd Swvisses ;
Striped andi Plaid"
" " JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a fine article ;
Plain. Corded and Emblrflidered SKIlRTS;
Embo-'ed Ciordedl SKI RTh.
Bra--s 1lOOPS. WV H A LEBONE, &c., for Skirts ;
St-l, SII A WLS. Btack. Whii,- anmi Cord ;
Cadhmere IHA W LS. P'laini and Prin'ed ;
ay State. Empire Slate, anid ScoitehLong an
Square Plaid Wooil Shawle';
8wins Collars anid Sl.-eves ;
" in Setts;.
" in Sette;
Lace " "
Ia Thr nd La:s n:.d ED~NCS ;
.smrn a n 'tt--a"
irti.. I.-. uk L... Wile and Narrow;
LgI Lares and Edtginin';
L ad es' PI:ai: aund Kinh'i L. C. I.-.a:dkerchiiefa;
" French P'rinied lBord'J hand
lises and ChileIrsi's L. C. Handkerchiefg
Lii ii..-ln Ch.ildrt 's Cottti 11ere, White an
Ladie' Whlite and Open Work II:ce;
"Kid and Silk Gtoves, all makes;
"l..ucs .'ihor,~ l.iing anid Short;
" Wooil ant Cotion Gloves ;
Ciidrnas Lauce .ill:ts anid .-ilk G;ioves;
Triimiig Velv,-ii, all wi dlhi
Bleach. di: ad Browni sitiR1T1'NGS;
Liien amd C..ton Siitl'l-;\'U0 m.d PILLOT
40 tract,,-4. and 6-4 P. C. COTT'IONS;
l. 4, ltt-4 and li*4 Ahentade and Walthat
siiLEtTt NGS, Bleachead anti Browtn;
ui.aceda and Br." i Linen and Coitor, Tabl
).1l.16S, biy the yard ;
81. 10-4. l', 4 i 144 liiachied and Brown Lint
ae.et. Rusisia and Hlnckaback DIAPERS at
Phtoin, Fringed anid Bordered Towels;
Trkisth lith and Damask"
W hte and Brown C-ashes;
Npkin'a. Doylies, &c*.. &c.;
Irish Lineins andh Linen Lawns;
niei and Cotoi Shirt Fronts;
Fiie Fr-eh " a bieaintifuil articlk
104, 12 arid 14-4 Lancaster and .Mar.'eilles QUILT:
' " Tlurkish"
Tlet Covers, lidies, Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black aiid Cordi CIambs and Cassimere.;
Sainetts and Kentneky Jeans, Plaini arid Funcy;
Dre~p D'ete. Italian Cluthis, Cotitnades, &c., &c
Cciits, WooI Mufflcr., and Poncs~e llandkerchieil
Gents Black and Fancy Silk Cravat- and lieu;
"Plai., atnd t'rinted L. C. I ilkerebiiels ;
"White, Col'd and Faney Half liase ;
"Wool anid Moriiiu "
"Kidl, Silk, Wool, Thlread Gloves;
ei andl Ladtts' Kid and Buck Ganitlets, &c.
The attenioni of li..use keer, Farmers, al
'initerA. in p..riienilarl y in vited im iir stuck of P LA4
TA l'ON GOOD:S, n nich eani-ists of every article
York Stripes, Ma:riners' Shiiriings;
Marlboro' P'laids aiih Stripes;
Bhlitrit, Whilte anid G;rey Kerseys;
'T il ced K-r-e.y' res;
Plad and Plin Linseys;
Wh'ili. anid lBroiw Canitoii Flannels;
P~laini and T'wiled Siairy Flannels, all colt,
Fihe White Engtli-hi and Wel-h"
Rd and Whie-.~Domets, &c., &c..;
A larg,-asrtmenit f BLANK1 ET'S,of every mal
includiig fiue Enighli, Swtits, Whitney Mackina
&c., all sizes:
B!,,. Grey, arid Whi:e, Negro BLANKETs.
Exrarilnarv inidneiemiits, ofl-red to persons p
cinsig larr planita5iin hills.
Prress-niding aorers will he certain tn have tth
pucual tieded to. lACKEY &t PHIBBS
H AS -received by the last steamer from
York, a full supply of Ladie.' Frencl
BROIDERIES, of the latest Parish styles, z
i- which are
R Ladied' Trimmed Lace and Muslin COLT
1, and UNDERSLE EVES, in setts, of new an
- gant i'mbroivlering;
Ladies' Embroidered HANDKERCHIE]
new and be .utiful patterns;
Ladies' Embroidered COLLARS, of el
Ladies' Embroidered Cambric COLLAR
beautiful styles, and some at very low prices;
Ladies' Embroidered CAPS, and Infants
' bruidered Frock W AISTS;
- Ladies' French Lawn HANDKERCHIEF
ir Sept. 16 1857 tf
it T AS received by the last steamer from
e . UYo.rk, Ladies' Rich Silk Chenille SHA1
of splendid styles:
Ladies' Extra Silk Chenille SCARFS;
Ladies' Stella Bordered SHAWLS, of bes
Ladies' Saxony Plaid Long SHAWLS, of
Ladies' Scoteh Plaid and French Woo!en Sh
of new and beautiful styles:
I.d'd Clienille and saxony Plaid MOURN
Sept. 16 1857 tf
French and English Printi
.\q jn-tt r.-:ved frorm New Y, rc, a
ERsupiply t- Fr. nch :and English PRINI
new an.- b -autiful d. s gti.
A fall supilly of Mlerriniac and other styl
All of whivh are suitable for the present re
( and warrantd 'nvt colors.
Sept 16 1957 tf
Rich Dress Silks,
H AS just re:elv* from New York. Li
Dress SILKS. of new nni splendid ti
Plain Black SILK. for Lidies' Murning Dri
Liadies' Printed Cashmere and De'aine RO1
of b.-autiful styles.
To wh.eh the attention of the public is res
&iept. 16 1857 i
AUGUS A, G.\.
..\S just iceived from New York, Er
L elvet and Brussels C AIH'EiTS, of riel
elezant styles. -A LSO
Three Ply and Ingrain CA RPETS, of new
heautil'u! ratterns. to wh:elt I.m respectiully it
the attention of the public.
V Sept. 16 1857 if
- FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
iTR AY ED from the Subscriber at Aiken,
six weeks ago, a L:G!IT RElD CUW,
wi ite face and ro'pe arotnud her horns, with hei
I The above reward will b.- paid to any peIto
may find them and deliver th.e to t he subscril
aiikeu,. GIXO. B. SY THiE
Sept. 16 1S57 U
SWAN & C0'S. LOTTERI
EW& BRILL7Ai'T SCH'E
$60,0 0 0!!
ITe following~ Rehenw will h.- drawna by S. Ru
C'., a.anaers of the Fort G.'inaes Aecademny
tery, in each ur the-ir Lctterios for ept., 185'7,
T. wh:cha City the.y haive removed their their
To be drawn int thae city ol Atlanta, Ga., in publ
Saturday, September-5th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city of A tlanta. Ga.., in pb
Saturday, September 12th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city of A tlanta. Ga.. in putbl
Saturday, September 19th. 1857.
To. be dirawn in the City ol .\tlnnt .. *a., in pubd
.1 Saturday, September 26th, 1857.
Onthie ainn o' Single \ umnbers.
f (o5,.95 P R.!Z!M
jgco..nd~co .+ itc.cmT <
:H I S.\Tr R'J '- S i-I; T
10 p r'. i. '. .. . . ..f"
16 . f. .. . ..,'
1"ie pr '(a..............i
I ~ Pare.................
I Iajr.~~e~ f ire........ ........
i 7 p.rzef.. .......1 are..............
A Piz.DIATION P~UZE1S.
4 P'riz.as or ~ Apyrh.x'ing toy~ ,.-- Pr.:ze nre..
4 Prizes of:0 . :.0 P'rize nar'..
.1 !'rizes of~ 2 ii " ji6,iiiI t-r~te aare
.1 P'a e ol 1:' " i .andI Pr ize re.
4 ri.'s of 1411 ii " 511n P'rizes~ u'r.
- 4 P'riz--s of 75 4 '.Si0 l'ri .es nre.
-1 tPrz -:~ iu - .500 P'r.:a< are.
a,i t'rJzesf 4i ~t...............-----...
I 3. 1)3PrizeS aountIn;r.'.............-...$
Whole Tickets 10A; Halves SS; Quarters SE
1L.\N OF TllE LOT T I'.I:~.
Nubier. .n th. irkets print:ed .-.n slepa:rate slijI' of
Star eneirieed with. smaul I, tuibes. :ail ained im ane
The tlr..i i prizes si.naliarly lirmtede ma.d encirel
need,~, in nuothear wheel.
The whteels are then revolved,. andi :a enmber is
fruini thme whe-el of nunmber- atnd at tie snme time' a
dlrawni from the oither wheel. Tlhe. uitmher undi prize
out are iapenedl anud e'xthiied to the. audience, und
ieredI by the Ciommissiners: the prtize beting pinged l
the nmnber drawn. This lperutaon ii. repeated until
prizes are drawn. euti.
Aproximin Prizest.--Thae two precedl
the t wi snLeeedin ,Nmbers' to tho~e dtraw~ling thne
'rzes will be' entiled to tihe -. Apr- ximnation Prize
x.tplei: If Tricke*t No'. 11.251 .irnws tIw' $6l.14aa0
the Tickets numbel~red 1t.2-t-. 11.249, 11,251, 11:25
each be entill. ito .i, If Ticket No. 550I dir.
ea che entitled to $300at, guod so. on acco'nrding to thr
Thea'5.0050 Prizeat nf $2d1 wilt bn' determnnd by I1
fi unre. afilgheNi. which draws the' $C-1,an. Fo'rr examtpl
N . dlrawin g t he fia.l0n.l prize' eti wi inh No. 1. then
. Tickets where the .nmbe'r en-ist in 1 wet be entitled
' rf the' N umber e'n.;s with. Numbnler 2. Lthen all thme
I whr the Number enids in " w!!! be enmdled to $2J,
CEtTIFICATES OF PA~CKAGES will be sold
falwie~ rates, which ithe rick:
Criinnte ..f 'nctcage oif teln Whte TIcks...
C.'rI';te of P'aekage' of tenl 11att T1ickets....
.frti'nnt of Packnae o.f ten Quanrier Ticket-l...
td erticate of Pnekn-ge of ten Eighth 'Tick-ets...
- In Ordtering Ttckets or Certfifcetes
n Eelase the lonner to' our adress for the Tickets
on reeipt of which'th..y wilt te f.rwardled by ftr
P 'urhara enan have 'Tickeh ae leg in any figurie th
~" li*List of iDrawn Numeara anal Prizes
..Purchawrs't will lilene wrhne thaeir asignatiure
a:,a eac' tiheir Post O)1lee, Counltiy atnt State.
prenemembeal~lr that every P'rlze is drawn atnd pa:
full without deductlio.
. ; gy-Ali prizes o.f ilinon aindt under, palid Iimedliat
the drwin--other prizes at th~e uaunl time of thirty
I g-t~All kommnien~2tains stricly csnmtidential.
gi'"' A ddress orders faor rTickets or Certifientes to
I . sw.AN &' (C( , Atlatntai, G
or S S WAN. \lontgonmery,
TrrA tist of the nu~mbersi thatn nre drawn from th
ai-wilt the amoutlnt of thne priza hiat ea:ch .me Is enl
awill be ulihednfi'teey dra:..vnm hefolim1
iYork WoeoltLy Day nook, and Sav'annah MoruI ug )
S Ang26 - -
EDGEFIELD-FIFTY TEARS IG99
Life and Death of Beck Cotton.
ti.i THE DEVIL IN PETTICOATS;
OARS - God's Revenge Against
a c'0- HUSBAND KLLING !
'Se of -. -
f E have just printed a few hundred copies of
egant W the above -pamphlet written bv Rev. W L.
WEEMS, author of the '' Life of Washington,"
, " Life of Marion," and other lesser productions, and
said by some to have:beeA the most peculiar writer
Em- of any age. This work is replete with interest, es
pecially so to the citizens of this District, as it con
3 and tains quite a fair a showing up'. of the dark days
and murderous deeds of' old Edgefield a half en
86 tury since.
--- 17 For sale at this Office. Price 20 cents per
copy. Liberal deductions will be made to those
buying by the wholesale.
Aug26 tf 3'
VA R E A D-T H I S!
36 PELLETIER &-CO.
I, DEALERS IN
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
IhMBURG, S. C.,
Iarae . RE receiving their supplies for the Summer
:, of /- and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
a of Colours, Spices,. Brushes, Glass, 1 oaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
6 ALL ARTICLES
- aenerally found in their line of busiess.
Lr Planters, M-rchante, 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.
ied. gL Plantets can rely upon having their mem
.l oranudums filled with th- BEST OF ARTICLES,
Scs'. and put up in packages to suit their convenience.
A. J. PELLETJER & CO.
Next door to A. Burnside.
3E8, Hamburg, July 15, Gm 27
36 T HE Co-Partnership beret4re existing under
[the name and style of TUTT v PELLETI ER.
was this ctay dissolved by mutual consent. The
lMo..ks, Notes and Accounts will be found in the
hands of A. .1 PELLETIER, who.alone is author zed
to settle up the business of tho'eaid Firm.
H. B. TUTT.
glish A. J. PELLETIER.
and Hamburg, S C., Aug 19, 1857.
and - .A. C0.4:R"D.
vies r 11E Undersigned have enitered into a Co-rart
. norship under the name and style of A. .1.
36 PELLETIER & CO., for the transaction of the
- Irug and A poth.-eary business which will be con
ducted by A. J. PELLETIER.
Ibut U. J. DELPIT,
with A. J. PELLETIER.
alf. Hamburg, Aug 19, 1857.
at To the rublic.
. TN retiring I take this method of returning my
36 1 tnks for the very liberal paltronagte .bestowr'd
--- on te old Firm, and soliect for thie new a cou'imu
ane' of the samew. IL 1B. TU TT.
S, lfu-uburg, s. C., Aug 19, &57. Im 34
DYE & LATASTE,
Warehou'se a n d Commission
RDESPCTPULLY announ. to their friends
a. 1 nd the publio generally. that they hare formed
a connecti. .n in the~ above busin- es, and have 1.-ased
n & th., Fil IE l'R<>)) l WA R: l 10 UE of Co.l. Clan
.ot- ton--North side (of Ileynoll street, recently occu
t pied by Sir. George L. Andersoni.
Fromn their long experience, they flatter thenm
ri.- selve~s that they will be enable to give entire satis
fact'on to thtose who nay favo.r them with consign
mients of CUTTON or other produce.
Thleir prompt personail attention will b~e given t.
ie, on jOrders for llAGGNG, ROP E, &e , and purchasing
Iof family. sup.s ait lowest market prcs. Also toi
the I..rwarding of Goods consigned to our friends in
c, on .iberanl Caush advances made, when desired by
Our eharues will be the.same as those of other
houses of the City eng:nged- in the satme business.
.lA31ES M. b)YE.
C ~o ANDR1EW G. LATASTE.
A ugustn, Attg 10 tf 31
BEALL & 5TOVALL,
""Warehouse a n d Commission
Reynoki, betwee-n . ieks' n and rMehitoh Streets,
I XV .AUGUST:A, G A.
e *: iiE I rnnusu:-, ti hets' s ai: eM.
, .jvnt -1 - .. n. Jk . :W. L. b-1-oh .St L 4. .
CERF:1 IIY TO/'EN :,thum ACiDiis.
. I0 w:lt il;-ad ' the-ST.1.JA NA
: G. STg Or wni s l be s u h as re eunr
UOto~.~nu inde the y. tc1. of- . J.4 II. M
hassddo n the F nglST 3 l0rAYce I AU-l
- ra"", GUird an~ w i. be contmue,..h-.:.Ma 13 0epr)
nt underu- he cnrlo M. .L S and
Puo wllhe chruner1r the t of Mr.J.rinMgt
5. .wt h e.n Seent y A o s dif trutts.
Th ird" ige b1ranihes............f5r
rgcm*i log thee LT of d th e Lssofn. bs u iy
t th Bor mile bro had Pink Rhoiad. tfrmSSt
re .s AugS-tv 30r fTrses
A TtJul g2laC Com28ainofti
2 re, Lwgewllhlhlda -e E
ial hY A LL areno in therOddFlow &n arr
n wneil ni he with EptRY FAIL TY 'c or m
ma soE. T~D. Ml.
gg ormlWs fEdgefield C .leit I H.,it an
a hee.on ile FAm tePank WITE ad.ONf
utg P 5b- 1c.Rae fTiin .gttltin 30e.
Concoram iaslt Seson.e NoA. A.,RA .MF.D.
33l be the 39hSp. t 7 3'4ok
M Y PLANTATION and
residenee known as the
Four miles frc .om Edgetield C. I., on the Ph
One Thousand and Fourteen Acres,
about 400 of which are in fine culture. There i
on the place a large and comfortable Dwell'
House, and every outbuilding to be found o1
Farm, and all comparatively new,-also. a gt
Well in the yard and Spring near by. This i
healthful and desirable rtsidence.
- A.1 M --
My MILL TRACT. adjl.ining the first, containi
Fou- hundred and fifty acres-200 of which z
cleared and in fine culture. There are on it a Si
Mill in good order for work, a comfortable Dw
ling H1ou-e and out buildings (a Gin House excel
ed,) all comparatively new.
-.A. 1 o
The KNOWLAN TRAGT. adjoining the fir
a fin.ly timbered and beautiful body of land, all
woods, contaizn .me hundred and sixty-six acres
The above phnees4 will be sold a paratelv or I
gether. M. L. BONHAM
Sept 2 4t 84
HORN'S ("REEK LAND
T TIE SubscribLr. intend-na it, mke a chang.,
his bus ne .- (t the irb-t o' lanuary ne't, "W
for sale his Pninta:on situated four and a half mil
South of iRdefi.-!d C. I., on the road leading
A nu.uta. <-om:cnine
Three Hundred and Fifty-six Acres.
The impritovemccts. corisisitng of a Le.-tod Dwel:i
!iias :md all ordinary p-anitin buil.mIfItI.'. are
goo-l order. The pihice is well wat-red. havii
<ve;;! d Sormgs na tht premises, and an t
cejent well i., thle r.
row- wio,- n tc pnu chase will do well to c:
citn examine fir in-.semlves as this setion of ou
try offers induceume:nts to cotton-growing inferior
none in South Carlna.
U1 A bargain may be had by npplying son.
.) L. ADLISON.
Sept 2 if 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
BY consent of all the parti.-s in interest, I w
J e.ffer or ale at Ehdefi-ld Court louse,
the FIRST MON )AY in OCTOHER next,
ALL THE LANDS
of the late Andrew Gomilion. decea-ed, for par
tion among his heirs at law, consisting of the ft
lowing Tracts. to wit:
1. TlE HTOME TRACT, adjoining lands
Jecsi G .million. James Neil and others, containh
six hundred and twenty-four (6-14) acres, more
2. TITE HALL TRACT, adjoining lands
.Tesse Gom'illion and other tandls of said estate, mn
ands of Lovet G..million, and containing two hu
dred id seventy-nine (279) acres. more or less.
3. TIE RYAN TiPACf adjoining lands
Jesse Gomiltion and Lovret Gomillion, and co
tining sixty-two" (6'2) acres, more or less.
4. TH1E MINE CREEK TRACT, adjoini'
Ids of r-nprWm. Mohley, Jacob lagroon ai
lthers, and containing three hundred and five (30
acres, n:re or l4.s.
5. TlIE LANG TRACT, ndjnining lands
.nid Estate and lands of B. T. Boatwright ni
others, .Mntaining ninety-four (91) acres, more
6. TIlE FANNING TRACT, adjoining ]an
of said estate. Lovr'tt Gomillion ani others, al
containing three hundred and seventy (370) aer
more or le-s.
7. TIlE BEECIT CREEK TRACT, adjoini
rlands of .1esse satcher, Jepth Couch and oth
and containing one hundred andi seventy-one (I7
acres, more or less.
The abtove described" lands will Ibe sold on
credit of twelve months trom the dlay of sale. T
purharets will be required to give notes wi
two approved securities to segunre the pus ebli
moey. .liFS GO.'dl L.L iN, Agent,
For the Leirs of Andrew Gomiiilii
A ug 5 9t 30
Egypt Laud for Sale.
'THE Sub-erriber desir-s to sell his L.\ND thr
j.. miles North of F.lgelield C. H. The Tr:
contails 379 Acres,-one thalf in euitivati'
m.'-sd y fre~-shcan-the tbaIlnne in woods. The pi
is int igotu repair with leLnty of good water. T
past crops have hbeen equal to ay in the District
te presenit will show for itself. Thise washing
buy are requested to come and look, anzd enquire
any that has seen cotton and cornt growing on
gonte to five y'ears indulgence can be hail.
Aug2, if 3:
T HIE undersigned offers for sale his plantati
situated 6 miles from Hamburg, containi
S50 Acre-s, 20)0 acres of the Land now und
enitivation. 1003 acres of Swamp Land, whci
will make f'rom 40) to 50 Bushels Corn to the ac
The Land is lyic.g o Litte Ho.ce Creek and a
jiing Lands of A. Rambo, Sidney Wis al
(tn thec pltic is a giood comfort:lNe two >!oi
lh)ellini.'wi Ishtall the~ n'ecesacry '-nt il.-uttes, :
Gin Housec~, S:v 'an I G:-ist M.I. all " .:1.ei by a
te m..n..e.....e.i.s..'I he Io. pet
Ten1'lamite kno lc ti ~Ii: 'r'y l in'c' n
sary oB. L.iltasLL
Septi.r, A-: 1 157 _ B.: AVISN
,w;.:: ORm S.A& LRE .1%
The Plabtatriaer ofl'ers everyale t nhat emntT
Stciers. h inonth .wjtis cf e lans ofrk sey'.
ie elownrt,anied Corllou Pdett and Dr.t
ina-ld-s ell atur, nd lontinsahe necisofWa
Stalou, hou 'Js s ,Srw e
ASrep t 1857 ~ the lad3i
AbjTew subred olyer fift saler thar LTansi
COTTONl PAThbaTn kni n b as' pthe andC
tuhe pace. coinhti e E tGRT f'icniRle ED A
Ait t K, eying con tivel wafllan's thefekc~ ,Ise
mlsbeeloewi du.-tild a or lur n it
mile frh liamsbeeur ,ed oinn he bfrie
'Onihe prmssis a wortiory the ln
hih arc verseer' nelyouctiaareadecl
Th uaeplto of the land citn bejin dof
Aboutc w undre iand fifty crnrestcleared andw
culivton. Thec balman cco ny rierptcd. adp
'teketwichn iseremanetve muhalthy. TCapti
RytTant hais propitr ost a snl argewo forc
thepice. Siehis a.Time tih orceloed as e
beas aeny coproactily sladteech
b ereoe i ntlc inteDa rcto qa e
CL~argiey an ter febes prtio n
of tuh band has wilt surre neredzt supers
phris ar gohe plopotiono heln
BR AH CH B..,SeT *TOMPS,~
Thefe ldto isrmakbltelthy85. The pt
X.ET POZA.A T38..T
- r HE Subscriber having furnished himself wi
ink a license too use this N EW PROCESS of
INERTMNG ATC TEET,
is now ready to serve all who may need such, wi
ir.. an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and
ng closer resemblance to the natural organs, than ct
I a be realized by any other method. Its perfect pi
od rity. eleanliness, freedom fr-m all taste, or galvan
a sensation, durability, comfort and security, at
among the advantages claimed for this SUPERIO
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
ng E PARKER.
,re June 24, tf 24
EM The friends of Capt THROPHILUS DEAI
t. respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
in election to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefleli
I)istrict, at the ensuing election.
0 Tf1 V friends ol Capt. LEWIS COVAR. rem
poetfully announce him as a candailate for Sherij
of Edgefield District. at th-' ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE. Esq., c
1lambura. in the upper part of the District. r-spect
in Aily amnnunse him as a Cnndlidate- for Sheriffa
rigefie-ld Iistrict at the next Oletion.
The friends of Co WM. QUATTLEBUM ro
pectfully announce him nx :t (:nui;ntt- for Sheril
of Edgefield at the ensning 'elvtion.
IL IM We are authorize-d ti ainnunce ,EWI
.ON E. Esq . as a enslilate for re-eh-etion fo
I heriff cf Edz--fiefd District.
Ty Tus Fr:.ndAs of Capt. i. BOUl.WARi
rM9..-p01tfully annoirlus-e hims n a: Caui.l:te for Sherii
of Edigeuieli District at the next election.
to- - -+. - -
MWThe' friendq of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAI
respectfully announce him as a C-nd:datc for Cler
of Edgeflehl Di-trict at the next election.
- 97 Tae Friends of Mr. ROlBERT D BRYA3
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Cleri
i! of Edgefield District at the next election.
O The Friends of Mr. CHA RLER CARTET
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Ta:
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next electioi
- 7 The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
o eator of Edgefield District at the next election.
) r W THEr Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate fal
of Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuinj
ad eletion. &
1 The friends of STARLING TURNER. an
of nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at th
- ensuing election.
D' The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
5) tor of Edgefield at the next election.
gg" The Ioricnds of Capt. E. W. HORN, r
f spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Ta
a Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
a TO THE PUBLIC.
TH I Undersigned having so-ld the America
I HIotel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & CO
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
lieo generally fur the liberal patronage bestowei
Iupon us. and would solicit the same fur its preset
aO. 1[.P. SCOTT &CO.
e llamburg, May 30, 1857.
A ME RI CA N HOT E L,
-a HA MBURG, S. C.
. 'TH~E Subscribers take this opportunity of ini
I forming their friends and the' public generall;
that they have bought the above HOTEL, an
aroa havit it refitted ins the hest possible style fe
eetheir reception. We flatter ourselves that ever
necessary arrangementl las been made tor prom"t
,he cumA.'rt o.f all who favor m, with their comnpany
eeOur ROOMS are airy and -omnfotably furnished
SERVNT.Aattentive and obedient. And ou
TA BLE will be constantly supplied with the ba
to the aseason afifords. Our frie nd.. may therefore re.a
satisfied that every exertion will be checirfully ?en
e dered to mnake their sojourn pleasant and aere-eable
Thecro will be ina attensdance a GOOD OST LEll
nad Ilorses left ina our charge will receive particu
- gr'Persons arriving at this House may feel a
suredl that their baggagze wvill be promptly seni
free of charge. to the Carolina or to either of th
2n We solicit a share of the patronace of those visil
ing our Town. G. C ClUNNING11AM.
r M1ARY S. CUNNINGH AM,
. TIam~bnre. June 1, 1857. ly 21
WH O W ANTS MIONEY'
- - 5,6O..OOO
31. tr .'UTs r N sED ar r.-Kto -TEN DO!.L.ARN.
..1. .-- :a'e.: Q:arter Cen. ta m propori...
.ii.PER COUNTY ACADEMY
-aAUTua; :.TY o. :he * of ae L'OR)GT.\
ef FRIZES P.AYA Sl: WIThOUT OEOUCmN.
* oe'. saor. to .i . 1. 'A inter, 'lann::aer.
Our L.ath-ries d!raa.. in lincon, G.-orgia, (Sm-n
s,-he.4 ve-v sauran, a i in Savanah,~a G:
toi Lar .-eledil.ab.t :ha. I !~th of ere-ry mnstl
a. L A.SS B B.
E. I)raws Sieptem.-br 15the, I147, sat A rmory lal
- 8.svanm-lb. t~in , under the >w.orn sup.-inatersfdenae
of WV n. rymonsa. lEsq.. and .1 NM. Prnentiss. Es<
C A PIT.' La of $601.000t. $-!ss,00a0. SI0.000O. $5,00
$4.00t0, $'l Is00. :3 Pnz,.s of $1.100. 5 of
- 500, h'0 .of $100. 100 oif 50t, 3000
ofS'tt0 :ane 72 A pproxitiona pri
zes amunating to $.760
TICKETS $10; EAI.VS $5; QUARTERS 82,50
Look to youir finteres't anad compare this Schtem
woitha any other.
l. Bank Notes of sounad Banks taken at par.
SCheeks on New York remsinted for prizes.
C Addre~s orders for ickets or Certificates<
en Packages of Ticet< to
en A MDERSON & SON, M~anagers
th- - acon or avaaunh, Ga.
rs. Aug 26 tf 33
- The Celebrated Stallion Henry
LLstand the ensuing FA LL SEASON a
'.lohan P. Maya' on Monday~s anad Tuesday
and at .Jamae A. Collins' on Thursdays and Friday.
in at Fifteen dollars thae season, and Twenty-five do
ne las insurance.
tin I ,NRY is a chesnut sorrel, about fifteen hand
on one inch high, and most pow. rfully formed beet
ait for strengtha and speed. TIe will be seven yeni
ive olId next Mlay ie ran more races isa hais three yeaw
old fornm than any horse ever ran before; among 11
numhb-r were two four mile races, in boeth of whic
gn he hst-the seconad heat in goo-l time (7 min. 4
see and 7 44- by haalf a Deek only. In the first I
was betaten by the renowned Griff Edmondsn,i
the second by Mhary T['ay or af equal renown. I3
won several races at two andi three miles.
HENRY wats by Imported Gleneo, hais dam I
o Medoc, g dam bcy Coesiuseo, g. g. dam by Me-lzai
4g. g. g. dam by Medley. g. g. g g. dasn by Import'
th iomed, &c. His pedigree cannot be excelled 1
any hsorse in the world.
s- All persona sending mares to HENRY must si
in- at the time how they are to be served, otherwi
r-they will be chiarged as by the season.
Ith JOSIA H SWINDELL.
dAug 5 tf 30
of (': L. PENN. Agent, bas just received a sn
U.. ply ofPOT ASH, put up in tin clana, wi
. full d'reetions for waking soft and hard soap.
'., an2 tf -9
PLANTERS- SULIEkS .
TI I ' u'- -oriber begs- leave to
infria the public that he has in
h rtore, at the Stand occupied by him the last sea
son, a WELL SELECTED stock of Planters
Supplies, consisting of
Muscovado and Porto Rico SUGARS;
h Stuart's H. B. & C. Soft "
a " Crushed
In " Pulverised
Baltimore Refinery of same quality;
0 MOLASSES, Hhds., Tierces ant Barrels;
- Rio and Java COFFEE;
R 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 811;
10 " SHOULDERS;
SOAP, CANI)LES, STARCH &o, &c., al
of which will be sold on accommolating terms to
I approved purchasers.
g Orders solicited and promptly attened to.
- IJAaUR. June 6 tf 22
-.- r31na, .0.
T 11 . Proprietor of this w-l known and popu.
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
r nouning to his friends and the travelling publio.
general;y. that this louse is fill open for the re
etption of eosepany, and that in future his whole
energies will be put into requisiten t'. gratify the
cals ecuh and all wlht may favor hii with their
I 'uring the past wvrk the H ouse Ias been
.h .roughly repAired. a:A the Rooms:nd Furniture'
put in excelle.ut eundition for the Spring and Snm
.\ly Tahie will be furnit-hed with the best that can
he ha.d, nan. pre-ided over by one skilled in the cuuia
nary d.-partment-abl in shoar?,everythmat requitite
so grstify a le taste of the epieuream will b,- supplied
in nbundance. The servants of :he CAROLINA.
OTiL are neoted for thc.ir piolite anl atten:iveehar
aeter, and are ever in attendance to obey the wishes
of my Guests.
Ilaving procured comfortable Stable,.Horses 1-ft
in umy care here.after will receive the best attention.
Thankaul for past encouranement and patnage,
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the'same.
.1OIN A. MAYS.
I7 The travelling community are notified that
they and their baggge will be conveyed. a' a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Geori Depots. J. A. Ml.
liamburg, June 10 1857 tf 92
C R RIST IE& U L BERB .
T1rE Subseribers offer ior sale at the old stand
.1oT R. 11. Sullivan, a CI1OICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other artiels in their line. They have
mrade arrangements to keep their House supplied
with the B-MAT ARTICLIRS, -from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASI, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
t cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
April 22 tr 15
ANAWAY from the Subscriber on the 9th
Ag.st. the following named Negroes. NED
and his wife FANNY, and DAV 9, formerly be
Ilonging to the Estate of Capt. Charles Hammond.
t They are in the neighbcorhoodi of Martin Town. or'
bctween that and Hamburg. Twenty-five dollars
will ho given for' the apprehenarion and delivery of
ceach one to) she JTais of Edlgefeld or Augusta.. Or,
the above reward c-f $75, i-or' the sa'e confinement
of ai.! three. A description is deemed ucnnecesaary,
as thcey pre so well known. T. J. ROACH.
Columbia; Sept 1 4t ' 34
9vu REGIMENT, S. C. 1M.
r DUN'rOssIT.E, Aug 1$, 1857.
V''N Pursuance of an order received from Brig.
U. Gen. W. C. Mosnie, an Election will be hnld
-act the Coampany muster grounds on the 25th Sep.'
Stemtber next, fur COLONE L of the 9th Regiment,
rS. C. MI., to fil the vacancy caused by the resigna
ttiona of Cu1. B. F. Stream.
SMaj. J. W. Tompkins ad Capt. Wnc. Jennings
-are charged with the extension of this order.
a Lieut. Colonel commanding.
-G. W. Bua-rox. Aedj't.
Aug19 5t 32
8 -A ND
Seif-Sharpening Straw Cutters !
EPENN, Agent, has just received and offers
t'for sale a supply of the moat approved arti
ele cf CORN SII K. L EIRS. Also, a large Stook
ef theose celebrated se.lf-?sh.rpening ST R A W
C UT T E R S. The farmers will please send in
SS..pt 2 tf 34
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS I
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
RI C Pt .1ON I) COL U T Y, G A.,
fOOrl NT iki to mansuf:cetare W ()4 I L EN
UJ CW' rjl a t i4 eents per yasrd ; fniccncg every -
m,:a ri..l exca'pt the Wol~. 'lhe extefns.tv e'aco
- :ah-mrasin.g petr.mniae the. lfactory' hiai en-'
-y* erc~..' :y ars a , assure tl.e P'roperb~tors that
ai:ci' by theam, has tact beent surpase'd lay any
lc ac.e.' u e ..rth ar'ourha.
D-..e.ot exte!Usa'e iataprovemenlts and ,adition~s
cc. c'. t. .e.ii a i to keep up the stamnin:' of the
God hn: to 5cc e early' 'elivery o te same.
Paa. 0ra oer othe..rs whoa m'ay~ delec to avail thse
:aeve~s eaf'this .lppaeUnnity, andlt se..ure a lirst rate.
artile at fl. modritd aecost. have onily to Seielnds the
-wocol. ,vaslhe.l ean.. int ecldi wat.-r. It s.-cnt dirty
- rne htalt' a'ent p.-r yardI extra is chanrged fo.r watsh
hag. 15uarry 4.oe lsa eotaoject reuabec;~ the Hurrs
are' remoavedl by nehinaery.
' The anme ofni the owa-r shteuldI be macrked on all
l'raea. s sent us. Wo~ol sent bys any of the Rail
Poasds in (Jeor-.ia, Alhabamoa or Souclc Carehata to
te \Ugrusta D..pot, maarkedi Richmocend Factory,
(and eowner's naace' ale-c) will be regularly and
prompit'y received, and the cloth, whcen miade, re
turned tea hce peainta directed. Eachc parcel i- mncae
tip in the tturn received, hence an early delivery is
always desiraeble. All ins-tructioans to
WE. ECHLEY, Pres't -
e Augnata, Ga., July 6, ____3m 26
STATE OF SOUTH C.4ROLINA,
af IN EQUITY.
John Lewis Robertson, et al.
- 1)Y Virtue of nn order from Chanceslor Wardlawr
,in this cause, I will sell a the Homestead on
I the Bird Creek Tract, on Wednesday anter the
itfrst Moanday in Octoccer next, (heing the '7th) the
tReal Estate ot' .\cbiah Robertson, dec'd., cosi'sting of
THE BIRD CREEK TRACT,
.Containirng one hundred and forty-three (143)
acre's. more or less. adjoining lands of John Price
s aud Robert .lennings. Also,
h TIIE OGIL VIE TRACT,
On the Key Road, containing three hundred (300)
acres, more or less, adjoining lanads of John A.
e White, J. M. Coleman, Sampson Strom and Aaron
5 Tirase-On a credit of one and two years frota
e th. day of sale, with interest on the last instalment
from the expiration of one year from the day of
sale. Costsi of the suit to be paid in cash. The
purchase money to be scured by Bonds or Notes,
y with ample personal sureties and a mortgage of the
cy Aug 31 5t 34
y Money Wanted I .a
se rrHE Subscriber hia placed all Notes and Ac
.1couts due the firm of Blewly & Sinith, or
to himuell individually, in the had of Mesmrs;
Magrath & Wright for coli ' arnestly-,'
- hopes that all indebted will ~'ents
to settle by or before Return day, tus
p-' leaving the District at an early date, and must close
th up his business without further delay.
I~s~bug,~pt2 W. C. BEWLEY.
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