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Zi.T W3M A n r V"AL3a 93.
T HE Subscriber has just received a new and
fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIqUORS, &C.
Which have been purchased at reasonable prices,
and will accordingly be sold at very moderate
profits. Give my goods an examination, and you
will be convinced that my figures are low and
Groceries excellenL The assortment consists of
Crushed and Loafed SUGARS;
Powdered A. B. and Muscovado Sugars;
Old Government Java and Rio COFFEE;
Sugar House and New Orleans SYRUP;
Fine Buckwheat FLOUR;
BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS;
RICE and MACCARONI;
MACKEREL, No.1 and 2-BbIs;
Dried Beef and Beef Tongues;
Oysters, Sardines, Salmon, Lobsters, Cod Fish;
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers;
Suett CRACKERS of all deseriptions;
PICKLES, Preserves, Chow Chow;
CANDIES, large assortuent;
FIGs, Raisins, Citron, Currants. Prunes;
English Walnuts, Almunds, Filberts, Percovivs;
Lemons, Oranaes. Pine Apples. Cocoa Nuts;
Preserved FRUITS, Brandy PEACHES, &c.;
Green TOMATOES and PEAS in Cans;
PEPPER and SPICES of all kinds;
Table SALT, East Powders;
Flavoring Essences in great variety;
Worcestershire Sauce, a fine article;
TEAS of every kind-Hyson, Black and Green;
SOAP, a good assortment of every description ;
TUBS of all si-es, Wood Buckets, brass bound;
Fine assnrtment of TIN WARE;
Blacking and Shoe Brushes;
Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
GARDEN SEED or every kind, the best ever
brought to this place ;
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Madeira, Port and Teneriff WINES;
Bourbon. Nectar, XX., Rectified WHISKEY;
BRANDY of every quality;
CH A M PAGNE, Champagne CIDER;
PORTER, ALE, &c.
SEGABS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
CANDLES, Sperm and Adamantine: and all
other articles usually found in a Grocery Store.
WY. E. LEGG.
Feb 10 tf 5
Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
ine directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. H., on the fir-t Monday and Tuesday in
March next, the following property in the fullowing
eases, to wit:
W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary. for William Spires, vs.
John A. Mays and Carolina A., his wife and others,
The House and Lot in the Town of Hamburg, S.
C., known as the " Carolina Hotel," and nunLer
one -hundred and twenty-fire, (125) according to
the plan of the said Town of llanburg, bounded
West by Centre -treet, North by Lot No. 126,
South by Lot No. 124. East by Cook Street-hav
ing fifty feet front, and running back 300 feet.
Also, Lots Nunber One Hundred and tlfty-one,
(151,) and One Hundred and fitly-two, (152.)
bounded West by Cook Street, North by Cobb
Street, East by an Alley, and South by Church
Lot. Also Lot Number One Hundred and fifty
;hree, (153,) bounded West by Church Lot, North
by Lot No. 152, East by an Alley, and South by
Lot No. 164, having One Iundred and fifty feet
de--p, and forty and half feet wide. Levied upon
and to be sold as the property of the Defendants,
John A. Mays and Carolina A., his wife.
11. T. Wright, for John F. Burress, vs. Alfred
May, et. al. A Tract of Land containing two unin.
dred and fifty acres, niore or less, adjoining lands
of C. M. May, S. W. Corley and others.
A. M. Benson, br., and others, vs. Christian
Ricbter, A House and Lot at Liberty Hill, contain
ing two acres, more or less, adjoining lands of John
C. Cousey, W. T. West and others.
R. M. Fuller vs. John Terry, Sr., A Tr act, of
Land containing two hundred and sixty-three acres.
more or less, adjoining landa of Butler Williams,
Whitfield Morgan and others.
Tompkins &, Tucker, and others, severally vr.
Thomas K. Collier, A Tract of Land, containig
six hundred and sixty-three acres, more or less,
-adjoinina lands of Charles Freeman, Chesley Wells,
James Blackwell and others.
W. 'W. Adams and others, severally vs. Edward
T. Davis, A Tract of Land containing eighteen
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel
Brooks, Lewis Jones and others.
Mary A. Coleman, Adm'x. vs. Morgan C. Cor
der ; A. D. Bates, Ex'r., vs The Same, A Tract of
Land containing four hundred and twenty-five
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Milton Nor
ris, Wilson Hlolstein and others.
P. M. Schumupert and others, vs. Ivey Sadler, ct.
al., one Bay kiorse.
A. J. Rambo nnd others, severally vs. Allen
Franklin, One Negro woman slave, by the name of
E. P. Holloway and others, vs. M. WV. Liles, One
Negro boy slave, biy the name of Augustus.
A. D. Dates vs. Arenton Padgett, A Tract or
Land. containing one hundred acres, tnorc or less,
adjoining lands of Ambrose Whittle, Winney Pad
gett and others.
The State vs. John Browvn, Sr , A Tract of La~nd,
coutaining one hundred acres, rmore or less, adjoin
ing lands of John D~enney and others.
The State vs. E. Padgett, A Tract of Land c..n
tamning twenty acres, more or less, adjoinmng lands
of Winney P'adgett, Ambrose Whittle and others
Max. Laborde, Assignee, vs Guy Broadwater
and others, One Tract of Land containing three
hundred acrec, more otr less, adjoining lands of E.
C. hiland, WYillianm Moss and others.
John M. Clark vs. Stusan Garrett, A Tract of
Land containing four hundred and thirty-two~ acres,
-more or less, adjoining lands of George A. Mehie,
Thomas Garrett and others.
Simpson Mathis for Avory Bland, vs P. B.
McDaniel and .Jackson Ilolmes, A Tract of Land
co)ntaiingl~ twelve hundred acres, inore or less, ad
joining lands of 11. T. Boatw right, John Autry
and others, the p~roperty of te Defendant J.
11olnes. Terms Cash.
JAS. E1DSON, s.E P.
Feb. 5 1858 4te 5.
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Faciais to
me directed, I will proceed to sell ait Edge
field C. If., on the first alonday and Tuesday in
March next, the following property in the following
cases, to wit:
[ Jourdani Pool vs. C. L. Refo; William McEvoy
vs. the same, Two Houses and Lots in the Village
of Edgefieldl, adjoiing each other. The Residence
andI Leot containing three acres, mnore or less, and
the other House and Lot, known as the Tin Ship!
Lot, cont.inintg one hlr~l aere, mnore or less, adjon.
ing lots or lawisa of Edmund Penn, alts. A Corley,
and others. Also, one Ro'ckawaty and liarness,
two two..horse way~ons and two horses, levied upon
us the property of C. L. Refo.
Georgte A. VeKie 's Mantlha A Cratno i, I eco!
lowing negro slaves, viz: Mthuiahi, El as, Butler,
Jabe and lirdy.
.jamies Pattion and others severally vs Jesse
Sebunmpert, One negro mian slave by the name of
AllJnAJ ES EIDSON, sE.vD.
Feb.8 4te - 5
TIlE STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA
Y W. F. DUR180OE, Esquire, Ordinary of Ed~ge
WherasFracisTI.railkilIlhath applied to me
foar lstters of' Administration, onaland .inguar the
go..l and' chiastle', righlts adcredits of Margaret
Thrailkill late. of the Diistrict afure,.aid dec'd.
Th'lese are, therefore, to cite and admomtish all andi
singvulr, thme kindred and eredhtors of the said dieceas
edl to be and appear befire me, at our next Ordmnary s
C,,urt for the said Distrnet, to be hiolden at Edlgefie-ld
Court House, on the 24th day of February inst, to
shmow cause, if any, why the said administration should
not he granlted.
Given, under my hiand ai-d seal, this 8th day of
Feb., in thie year of our Lord one thousand eighti
hundreed and fifty-seven aind in, the eighty-second year
of American htndependenice. F UIOos
Feb. 10, 1858 2: 5
TU IE Subscriber has l.at the f,,llowing Notts:
U.one ott George W~atkins for $200I, dated the
13th of Maly, 1.857, with a credit for S36,91. Dee
2lst 1857, with interest from date ; onie on Joseph
Etheredgu. with dIoel lnabnet, security, for 59 1p.
besritig date 190v. 12th 1856, with interest fromi
date, payable January 1st 1859 ; one otn Emiei I'ad
get, with Manchester Vadget, security, fot $74.34,
dated sometime in Dtcemiber, given payable to Or
iugton P'adget, w ith interest trom date.
g CHARLES DUNCAN.
Feb 9 1858 3t*
ATTENTION OF GARDENERS IS DIRECTE
to G. L. PENN'S full assortment of choic
Fresh GARDEN SEED. And he notifies all wih
desire good Tegetable Gardens, that they had Lel
Ler call soon and make selections, so as to con
menee Gardening forthwith, for the
YE A R
Is already far advanced, considering the work w
have to do, to realise the pleasure of hoping
That great desideratum-a warm and an
To make good all our hopes of enjoying good
To ensure this it is necessary to sow GOOI
SEED, and to procure good Seed all you have.t<
do is to call on G. L. PENN, Agent, and
make purchases from his extensive assortment 0:
FRESH AND GENUINE GARDEN SEED
Edgefield, Feb 8 tf 4
To Planters and Farmers.
T 1E LODI MANUFACTURING COMPA
NY, incorporated in 1840, with a capital oi
$1010,010, offer their NEw AND IMPaoVED PoUc
RETTE for sale, as the cheapest and best fertilizer for
Corn, Cotton, Tobacco and Kitchen Gardens that
can be made. It has been used with great success
in the Northern Siatei, fur seventeen years. It it
inodorous, very powertul, and yet can be used with
out danger in contact with tic seed. The night soil
of til city of Ntw York, from which the fertilizer
is manufacured. is; well known as the most powerfnl
manuro in the world. Price per barrel on board ol
vessel in New York, $1 511-for seven barrels and
oever-under that quantity $2 00 per barrel. TermE
Cash. A pamphlet will be sent gratis and post paid
to any applicants.
0T A trial, however small, is respectfully solici
LODI MANUFACTURING CO,
W0 COURTLANDT STREET, New York.
Dec. 23 1857 2m 50
Hark, Hark, Fox Hunters!
I Challenge with my dogs, the Fourth Congres
sional Distriet, consisting of the Districts of
Edgelield, Newberry, Laurens, Abbeville and Lex
inaton. in beating any Fox hunter who has dog
within the specified limits after a Red Fox. I will
run one. two, three, five or seven dogs. as the ac
cepter of my challenge may wish, and meet at any
designated point of the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, and then prove what 1 assert.
COLEMAN'S X RoALs, Edgefield District, S. C.
F sb. 3 1858 2t 4
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can b
F had at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kilp?, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb. tf 4
JU.T received and for se at low pries
50 hhls. Pink-eyed Planting POTATOES:
50 Boxes Hydraulic Pressed CANDLES;
1 Gross Pteston & Merrell's Yeast Powders.
S. E. BOWER%, A t.
H1amburv, Feb 2 tf 4
7Ti REGIMENT. S C. It.,
CnAvIsEs' CREEK, January 25, 1858.
1MIE Iltw Gap Beat Company are hereby or
d ~ered teo be aend appear at their nmuster ground
;t .Jtamese Reynolds' Spring, near Loceust 111ll, ont
atray the 27th Febaruary next, armed and
.quipped as the law directus fur drill and instruction.
At the sames time and pCISee the re will lhe. an
Eletiona held for Caputa a to~ fill the vactaey cc
asined by the promotion of Capt. T. P. Nthaw.
Byi erder of Col. D). L. SI [A W.
WAL:rEa .uhuAa, Lieut. Comn'dzeg Company.
.Jane 27 5t ______
A WORD TO MIY PATRONS.
I T IND FRIENDS! I want money !! You, or
a go~l od nm er of' you are still owing mea
ir the meats that supplied your table tharought dt
carce tinmes of 1857. 1 am taot able to credit you
on-ter-if I was it is certainly tmy ntture to da.
so. Noaw, therefore, all you that ate inde-bled,
oae to the tescuec. If' you cant pay all, pay a part.
Anda dlo dlon't delay, foar rcreember ' DeIlays are
ltaerus,"-esp ecially junst befoare Rteturan Day.
1. is haopedl tha,e tar n am the aboeve appetal is
inteded will respeind prompttly. Thoase oft the'ta
whIo dotnt, will leer after, itn senditng toe Market,
aear ine mainde that it is nuessa-y tier thetm to senid
he Cash witha their orders.
W. W. GOODMAN.
Feb 2 204
NTOTICE.-Thle Creditors of thec Estate o~
ti.landall I )elaughater, arc bereby noetifiedl to
neet tane in the Ordinry's ofhice, ott Friday 12th
lost., fo~r at full settletaenat of' said Estaete.
Feb 2 :3t* 4
OST NOTE-Lost or misplaced on Mona
.J day least, at the Clerk's Dilice, a Doe Bill for
7120,75, payaleI tea Benjaha Ramblo. All ;aersonsi
ar herebay cautiotaed fromi trading~ for thec said I ue
Bill, as I have givena a piromisary. Note for the
sae. W. E. DtOBY.
Fb 2 St* 4
~TRAYED fromu thec Subscriber's residetnce
k.. tecar Mt. Willing, on the 28th ult.. a snmall
SORREL hORSE, about 14 haands highi, su
years old, balindc in thec left eye, hans a small lazn'e
in the lorehad, and was latane ina thte righat fore
oot whecn lhe left. Said horse fortrerhy behotnged
to Ransoin Ilolloway, and ptethap~s is ita thal, set
tleenctt now. Anyv infortattition concereng said
horse thankfully received, and a libetral reward
will be paid f'or his delivery. Y. IIERILOX(.
TLE STA TlE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
EDO IWIlELD D)ISTRICT,
BY W. F. DtllUSOE, Esq., Ordianary of Edgefie
Whera uanRearden amnd James Callisaon hath
apalid to me for Letters of Admatinistarationa on all
and sinagular the goods ad ebeattles, riglhts and cred
its raf Johnc W. Rtearden, late of the iuistrict afore
Tease are, thetrefo~re, to cite tad admonaish all and
singular, thae kacdered and1 creditors of thee said deceas
ed, to lbe aned auppear tbefore mae,at ouranext Ordlinary's
Ceure for the sat~d District, to tae houlden at ~Edgefield.
C. I!., on the 15th day of Febiruaery, least., tea shaow
cacane, il tay, whay thec said eainistrationa shouldl neat be
Gaeen ecder my haand acnd seal, theis Iret dlay ofl Fete
iaa tle yeaer oft our Leard e thaouesand eaghat hundoaerd
,indef tity-sevent and in the 82nd year of Amcati
Incependece. W F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
February 3 2 4
W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary,]
for Wmi. Spires, . F.
Jolmc A. Matys ad Carolinte A..
hais wife,:mand otherts. )
B Y Yiattue of thae Fieri Facias, ita the tabov'
stated ease, I will procted to sell itn the Tfowi
of lalahu, 5 (2., (Cn Tuaesdaty, thec 2:hel leruary
iast. the F U lHNI'iT R Ebeluongingi toe atnd i the
Caria letel, viz: Butreaus, Beds, Steadls, Beda
Cltig, Mea tesses, Washa sUtaels, Tabeles, IBooke
Case, Ufaairs, Car pets. Boceks aand um~talry othae
articles of flousehol and IKitelce nraniture.
JAS. ElDsfJN, s.R-.P.
CO1E G ENTLE31EN, TREAT !!!
W lIEN yoau go to llamnburg yoau can Uc't goo
e'aatn tat DR. CeNscanau , att thae Ameeri
can IUslel, anda~ GOOD DRINKING at thte har ci
Our House, which is attached to the Iletel, ana
tinder the esupervtsien of the Subscriber.
JOl IN C. BOR LER.
U mahursr, 8Sept 30 Cam?
I) ERSONS indebted to the subjeeriber after tha
.frst of Februcary next, will finad thteir tacte
and~ acur.ts in te htatnds of S. S Tompkins. ESq]
if not previousely settled. W. [M. BURT.
Dee Ila tf 49
Choice Countr'y Lard.
USTr receivedl a few hunndraed paoundts of Chtoic
sContry L A RD-a first rate article. For sal
low for Cash, by
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
a.2O tnf 2
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Feb.3 tf 4
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE
WILL attend at the times aid places herel
I after specilied to collect the Suite and 1),tri
Tax for the year coianidiciig the fIrst day of 0
At C. & R. Burnetts, Monday, 15th Februar
Nickerson's, Sanme evening, 3 o'clock.
Coopersville, Tuesday, 11h Februar
Moore's, Wednesday, 17th Februar
Dorn's Mlills, Sante evenitng. --j o'clock.
stevens' 8:ore, Thursday, 18h Februar
" Shiatterfield. Friday, 19th
Liberty llli, Saturday, 20nth
White louse, 3Monday, 22tid
" Park's, S.me evening, 3 o'clock.
Rocky Ponds, Tuesday, 23rd Februar
" Mrs. Middleton's, Snme evenina, 3 o'clock.
R- Hill, Wednesday, 2-th Fei tir
" 'uollier's, Satme eventitn, o'clock.
" How ard's, Thursday, 25th Febiruar
a: Cheathiamt's Store. Statue evening, :ti'clock.
"Strom's storeC, Friday. 211th Febaruar
"' Pleasatnt Latie. Sai::e eveniing, 3 ia'clock.
" John S. Smvilv's, Saturday, 27th Febhrutar
"Edgelield, C. 11., M!onday and T1uesday, 1st at
(i Wightmtan's S. ir. Wedntesday rd Mach
"i A. 3orian's, naie evening, :1 o'clock.
" Cherokee Ponds, Thursday, d4th Miarch.
"i Pine H ouse, Friday, 5th "'
"Edgrefield, C, H1. Satrdy 14th "
"Edgeliel, C. II. Motnday, 4th "
a: M. P'osey's, Tuesday, nh '
"Lybrand's, Wenesday, 1t0th"
" ir. Jn. Mobley's Thularsday, 11th"
" Dr. J. C. Ready's. Friday, 12th "
t'rs. Allen's Fat urdlay, 13Lth
"' Clenman & Smtith's storte, Mlonay, 15th Marc1
"I PrvsXRoads, TJuesday, 1i0th March.
" lavard's, ttiae evetning, ::o'cl'ck.
" 3rs. Rinehart's, Wednesday, 17th 31arch.
" ' Wiee's, Samie evenitni, o'clock.
"a Mrs. Norris Thuirsday, 18th March.
" Mt. Willing, Samte evening.:3 o'clock.
" ickler's, Fridlay, 1'.bl a'larch.
" t'ehardao.'s Sat urday, 211t "
" Ridgi., Mlonday, 22nd "
"* C. II. Plunket's, Satme evetnitng, 4 o'clock.
"(Graniteiville, Tuesday, 2:rdl Mtch.
"Beech Island, Wedn.sday, 2 Ii h"
" llamburg, TJhnrsday, 2Sthl "
.. Ftee per.,ans of coloir must make their re
turns and pay their Taxe's in Mlareb.
Tax P'ayers will hear in toind that they at
reqired lby lawv to tmake a return of * ach wh
mae or femahlei horn, married or idh in their r
spective taiilies duiring the y, ar ending 1st .Jam
ay, 1858, and the ramnhier of blacks whlo him
ben boirn or died during the .satme period.: at
conc pirepared( to lurnisht tme the correct, return.
TIIEOPIllLUJS DEAN, -r.i.:.ii
Feb. 3 1.C8 8t 4
- TAX NOTICE
hav~ e. e'ved istruct.ons frotm the Compitrolk
Cenera'l, to rece'ye bilh: for Taxes on the fo
lowing latnks oniliy
T he Commoercial Bank (if Colmnahia,
"Bank of the State of South Carolina,
"Batnk o' Charleston,
"~ Union Bank of Charleston,
" State Bank if Charleston,
"' Uank of Georgetown,
"Merchants Banik of Cheraw,.
- " ank of Chester,
" llank of Camidetn.
Tax payeis wuill please notic the ab~ovte, at
~rpr themselves aiccord i ngly.
'l llEPhllLLb DEA~N, T. C E. D.
Jan2 - 4tJ
BY an Or'der !romis liIonor' Chancellor War
B aw, I shall proceed toi sell at the late reo
dece of' RUI~IAUI) .J. BUIWITON, dee'd.,
On TIhiursday, 11th ebr'unry ucx
A public outcry. to the hiighie't bidder, the entil
Pe.rsonal piropierty of the childrenu of Richard
Blurtotn, dee'd., consisting or
The most or thenm young and likely, and arioe
whom are several able-bodied field hatnds
ad house sier' ants.
Hlouseold and Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Foidd
I lorses, Ctattle, f logs, Plantation Trools, &c.
T ~ erm a.
The above proper'ty will be sol on a credit
Ione and two y' airs, with itetrest fromi the daty
sa.", except as to so muche as shall bie necesary
detryv lie costs of these prouceieintgs, which lil
e p~iid in cash. J'urchataers to give Notes wil
ample seeurities. Thle tities of 11.e property ni
hatgd utitil the term.< Of sale ire complied w ith
and if not compjlied with, will be re-sold at ti
first putrchasecr's risk.
IW. F. DUlllSOEZ, Trustee.
.T aiu25, l58, St 3
Y~ an order from W. F. Dunrisoe, Esq., fOrdin
JroEdgelelid District, I will sell to the his
est hidden at the la'e residetnce of William Culel
zier, deceased, ott Wi EDNESDAY the 17th Fe
text the following piropierty, viz:
On Tract of Land ktnown as the GLANTC
T RACT, containing two hundred atnd ninety act'
more or leqss.
Nine Likely Negroes,
Horss. Cattle, one Wagon, wIth a varlety of ot
er articles not enumerated.
TER3ts---For all stans under tenm dollars, Ca
will be required-for till sums of and over tlI
atout, on a credit till the first day of Decetml
next, with interest fronm day of sale. For the pi
soalty, Note with two apiproved securities will
required-for the land. Note with personal seen:
ty and a mortgage of the premises.
J. QUAT TLEBUM, Ex'or.
Jan. 27 8t
N-IEW DRESS GOODS.
A" RAY & TURLEY have just receive
. IkW by express, a beautiful lot of Ladies' DREi
GOODS, in DELAINES, CASHMERES, Valene
PLAIDS, Satin Striped and Plain All-wool DI
LAINES, COBURGS, POPLINS, SILKS, and
LY gareat many other handsome styles of Dress Good
which will be sold very low.
stS Augusta, Feb. 3, 1858 tf 4
lu- BLANKETS .
he RAY & TURLEY have received at
G other lar.-e lot of fine Ribbon-bond Be
ot BLANKETS, 12-4, which are to be sold for $4;
pair. -ALSO -
5 bales Negro BLANKETS, White and Colored
which will be sold very low.
k Augusta, Feb. 8 1858 tf 4
(. RAY & TURLEY have Red and Whit
- .X FLANNELS from 181 cents to 50 cents pe
nt yard. A nusta, Ga.
Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
2 RAY & TURLEY have just receive
re G one hundred dozei TOWELS, at 75c. pei
is dozen; fifty dozen at $1; fifty dozen at $1,50; anI.
e. fifty dozen extra fine at $2 per dozen.
Augusta, Feb. 8 185 tf 4
10 SILK CHENILLE SHAWLS.
)0 RAY & TURLEY have a few exceed.
)0 ingly handsome Silk Chenille SHAWLS, jusl
r.ceived and for sale low.
Augusta, Feb. 8 1858 tf 4
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
10 RAY & TURLEY will dispose ol
their remaining stock of Winter CLOAKS
e and SHAWLS, at greatly reduced prices.
Re Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
s, DRAPERY, MUSLINS AND DAMASKS,
D, RAY & TUR LEY have just received
e, DRAPERY, MUSLINS, and Worsted DA,
r- MASK, in great variety, and for sale very low.
Augusta, Feb. 8 1858 tf 4
LINENS, LINENS, LINENS.
PIRlBBS have just received
y persteamer Adriatic, a large lot of IRISh
Y LINENS, manufactured express'y for us. Partic
in want of a pure, undressed 1r.sh Linen at Euro.
F- pean prices, would do well to call and exaninc
a our stock.
. Augusta,Feb.31858 tf 4
e TIOS. J. & C. II. MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
w WHOLSALE. GROCERS,
No. 7, Bayie Street,
R a 2 CHARLESTON, S. C,
Jan 27 ly 3
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERIES
r III'E ubscriber is now reegiving and] openitn
a VERY C11OlC I STUCK of well selecete
G R 0 CE RI ES,
To wh'ch lie berg leave t,, invite imhe attontion o
l'auitvr, iii waut ofllice 6upph-s. lie may bi
f.,uid in th.. ihek of Buildmin?-s formerly occupied
by ; KUOGE UBINSi 'N as a lardware Store.
Aly olu~ie nill be to adopt tie old 1mtto,
"A nimble Penny is better than a
Slow Shilling !"
- lly Stock will cunsilt in part if the following ar
St Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans. old proe. ss, SU1 All;
. new " do.
Stuart's A. B and C. Soft do.
- (A) Crubhied do.
" l'owiered do.
" Sugr House SYRUP;
' New Orleans do.
Cimba MNlUASSES;COF :
* Old Giovernnment .aaCF E
Rio dom. ,utperior ;
n igish Dairy and r-'shem (l[E ESE:
Chomien' Old NRANDY~and lhmal GIN;
.Junnmzica andl N.-av Emdanard R UM;I
d .Ilmh n bson'sm X'i ,mdi XXX
Retited and Te'nnemssee WhIiSKEY ;
Co 'GE.1CTION.\ Itl ES aind PICKLE' :
51ACKER EL. SA LMNIJ anda SARDINES;
Sunelime FIDOUR, &e ,&ke.t
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Tfogthier with m.iany other artiel.-s to'' tmemiou to
mention. I5OS. KERNAGIHAN.
P'. S.- \lso a fresh suupply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEllEL in Eitts, i and & B3bls;
llnckwhmeat FlOUR. No. 1;
lFine Spaniishi SEGARS;
SMACCA RONI; CITRO~N; atti 'RACKERS;
25 is. Freshi Thomias'ton LIME ;
H amblurir. .1.n. 19 l y 2
A CAlR D.
I wo.uldl tnotifv my iobl friends andl patronts, that
I hI ave O~ils 'day' soldi imy enitire interest in thet
Iirm of W. WV. P'EltRt Y MAN & CO., to myv brother
it. M'. P'erryman, and' thle business will in futurie
hie comttetedl ill the namet atid style uf A~ PPL ETON
I& R. 'M. PRICIIY M AN ; antd I1 wounld earnaestly
recommenitii'li the tnew Firm to public hpatroinaig.
W. W. P'ElRYMAN.
Newt Market, S. C., Jan. 1st 1855.
Jan 1) 4t 2
r ilE irmofW. W. PERIIYMAN &. Cii., i
this1F datvdissolved bymuutuale oins, tnt. Per~*
Isons tidebed'to same mayv lind ti.h booiks in the
hands of WV. L,. A ppleton, who will attend to the
Andi as iit i ni exece tha an n should
lt imre anmotney theise hardl timeis, we wtetbll be~
glad all would comne forwaird antd give their notes,
-aus we wish to close the Books.
W. W. P1lFIIIYMAN.
W. L. APPL ETON.
r New Market, S. C., Jan. 1st. 1058.
Jan l10 4t 2
Ladies & Gentlemen !
W ish to invite your at tention to otur e tmne
~i of lRY GOODS, HIA1IJW.\HIE and CUT
LRRtY, IM10OTS and SHO KS, 1IATh atnd
CAPS, and GROCEltIIE-,
and all othecr articles usumlly kept in Sir Hnrse
Country Stotes. Aid, as we wish to miake some
nmoney. ' we do ti..t allear our goodls at COST, thuoughl
d we only add oii a small ptotlt whterebny to live.
APPLETON & R. M. PElIRIYMAN.
New Market, S. C., Jatn. 1st 1858.
N. B.-Groceries will be sold for cash only.
- Jant. 19 4L 0
E, PENN, Agent,
,~AS just received a F R ES Hi STOCK Ol
Il I110 E 5, and other SEA SON ABLE
GOOD)$ >uited to the i~ew year's trade.
A liberal discount witl be mua.le fmor Cash Ciii'
eturners in adh taseu. I intend to keep miy Stoek con~
stantly re~plenished with seaisonable Goods to meet
the demasnd or my custonme.
I take thmis opportuity of makintg another appeal
to my patiomns to pay up their old ecoutnts, that
imay he able to carry on my business as I desire, and
Nlupply thieir v.ants.
Jan. 27 tfa
LL personis idehted to tho estate of .Johnt
11r L. Dobv. dec'd., are hereby noitihied that they
of cnl liid i~heir notes ini the hiandis, of Messrs. Car.
to roll & llaeoni for collection. If nlot paid by thui
t 5th February next they will be stied inidiscrimi
ihinately. The distributees force us tot this course,
Ct DEVORii & ATKINS, Agets,
- per MATILDA DOBlY, Adm'tx.
Ie Jan. 2'i, 1858. 2t 8______
SOST OR iIISLAJD-A note of hand
.I given by Chitistie & Mimos to mty son R. L
-llolloway, fo'r about, $800, with a cremdit of ahout
$500. WVhen I took the Note, which was on thi
21st, Dec 1850, tdhe amount, due then, inclutding in
- torest, was $",70O. All persons are forewarned iron
h- trading for tly above note, and any itnformatior
a- concerniing it will be thankfully trecived.
b. RANSOMI hO0LLOWAY.
Feb 2 St* 4
s, LL Persons havine demands against the Es
tate or the late Capt. John Lipiscomnb, are re
quested to present them properly attested to th
h- lieeutors-and adl persons indebted are informte
' that immenndiate payment is demantided.
sh J3E.BNJ. WALDO,
at, JAB. N. LIPSCOM B, t Ez'ora
oer J1. B. L.IPSCOM B. )
kr- IMar '...... . v
ri- LOU R--Fifty sacks of Premium Famnil
FFLOUR, now in store and fomr sale by
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan 13 tf1
d rHE 'Undersigned have this day formed a Par
.nership in the PRACTICE OF LAW fc
a Edgefield District. One or both may at all time
be found at their Ollice, one door N-orth of th
a Court House. H. R. SP tNN,
J. A. DOZIER.
Jan. 13 1858 if I
i.L A 7 W CO T X Cl 31E.
M W. GAlY, Attorney at L A W and .n
. lie.tor m M, ITY, will practice in this ant
the adjoaiing Dist iets.
Oflice. above B. C. tav.rN's Store.
Dee 16 ly 49
S. B. GRIFFIN,
.Attoroey Lt -sa'vu,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted t<
EDGEFIELD C. II., Dec 2, 157. f47
Mis A vv 1 O3 T I C E0.
OMP1KINS & aUTI.El will attend to all bu.
sintess in the Custs -f I aw for this and the
%djoining Districts, that many be comniiitted to their
Olice, Law Range, Edgetield, S. C.
R. W. TomptiNs. M. C. BUTaa.
Dec 9 tf 4R
D R. S. G. M1OBLEY, havina licated 7
miles Non.h (of Ed. field C. 11.. at the former
residenice of Mr. Bennett Ilollanl. ofZers his Pro
fesional services to the citizens of the surrounding
co'untry in tie practie.. of M EDICINE. SURGE
RY anid OBSTLTRICS. Ile solicits a reasonsole
s1hacre cif public patronage.
Jan 6 - 52
'lIE Sub.c.riler having flurniphed hiliMjlf with
. a license ten use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all whoa may nedi sucl, with
an assurance cof a more perlect alaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the nilural irgaas, than can
be realized by any other imethoad. Its perfect pu
rity. cleanliness, freelon fr' in all taste. or arulvanic
sensation, durability, conlort and secaurity, are
anang the aivantag.-selaimaed for this SUPERIOl
mode of setting A rtilicial Tecth.
June '24, tf 24
W.m. Q UATTLEIlUI,
11. DtO ULWARE,
W. W. SALE,
WILLIA. 1,. TE\'ENS,
.1 ACKS' N a 0V.\lI,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
FPor Tax. Colloctosr.
.it. WV. LY 7L EI,
E. W. II)R1N.
CHAS. 31. MAY,
JOHIN C. LOVELESS,
E. It. FOIt:EST,
MORE NEW & CkIEAP GOODS !
AT OLD WINTER SEAT !
I WlL L salt at I laaburt prices, (traighats except
ed,) all kinds of Goo~ds usually kept iaa a Coun
try Sture, such as
Bagging, Rope, Sugar', Coffee, Salt,
Molasses, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff,
IIARDW..ARE ANDa7 CUTLERY,
IATS AN I) IUN NETh, BIOTS &~ SiIORS,
oa tall qalcitias andaa de,.erlpaiaans.
--.o IN t aTRU
All kinds of Dry Goods,
F~rom thes moacst emmoa n to th! Iiaae-t anad n.e't at
traive. A iso, linec a stack ol ille hest
.IEDJC'IXES. WiINES ANJ) BRANDiES,
lor tlhe ,ckl tand well. Uct don'at take myt wtorad
for it. Call anda judge faar yoaurswlves.
Wintr Set.Nav 2 t 43
More Prizes than Blanks !
EVERY OTHER TICK(ET A PRIZE!
Reiee .\oney La tte rs :at our Risk.
ANERS6ON AND) 5ON's LOTTERY,
ON THEIli.\VANA lI.N OF
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY--.BY AUTilORITY
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
CL A SS H- HT,
DRtA WS 1..T F EBR .A RY l8~4!
C LI A SS I J,
lR.\WS 15-ra FylIlUARY 1S'> !
aa public, tat ~eaicon, ;a., aazaler the' swoarna surerl
iatede laee of .E. C. lBulkley and Jus. Watermaaan,
Capital Pize, $50,000 !
PIZE$ PAY.\BL.E WITiI(IUT 1DEDUCIl0ON
15,600 PIU'iEi 30,001) N U3BERS !
I l'ieo................ .. tOfll
.. . . . 1,001
- Sail)..........0 ,001
2 ". . . 2M)..........000l
il 11... .. .. ............. 1 ,(u
1 4i "..... ....... 1,0
~O ;I~~aalataal~.................. 1.$00
5,0t0t Prizes of $8,50............,,,..127,00t
1t610 Prizes amounting to............S219,80
WOLE TICKETs, $10; HALVES 85; QUAE.$2,50
IThe 15,000 Prizes or S8,50 are dleternmined by
th last figure of the number that draws the Capi
tal.-if it is an odd numberc. thena every odd number
Ticket will be entitled tea $8,50O; if it is an even
number, then every eve numbler Ticket will be
entit-d to $5,511, in addition, to anay other Prize the
Ticket my drnw.
Unk No:esraf sounad Baanks taken at par. Chaeeks
on New Yaark remnittedt for Prizes.
Adrless OIrders faer Ticket,; or Certificates of
Pac~ages of Tiecketa to
AND)ERSON & SON, \AMtasas,
Jfaron or &ara anah, Ga.
Dec 201 0 51
TTCE.-Al) persaans indebted to the Cur
pa ton Aaendemlices foar Tuitionl ear othecrwise are
earnestly requeisted to asettle their dues promaaptly, as
the Trustaeushave conasblerable debts tao meet alhbi
winter. No loanger indlu'genace ca be gavetn than
the tidle aof February next.
Jan 27 'T. 11. R EESE, Trezasturer.
LL persans having anay demtainds agaanst the;
i. FEstate or Williain $atceher, dleceaseda are r,
~uetedl tio present thetm proaperly attested neordinj
Itw. And all paersoans indlebted to said Estate ara
respec'fllly requested to pay up forthwith, its longel
inlugce cannlot h' utiven.
JIEPTIIA CROUICH, Adnm'r.
Jan. 19 4e2
New Family Groceries,
f PENN, Agent, has just received a~ fresi
uta supply of fianaly groca-ries, which will he soli
low for casha.
1 .. 7o tf 3
C, CARRIAGE MANUFACTORIs
'HIE Subscribers return their thanks to their
I I. kind patrons for the liberal support they
. have received, and iespect,fully solicit a coniiu
ance of that, generous patronage.
11 They sitate with confidence now that they arc
n WELL PREPARED to carry on the
'I Coach Making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
esented in a durable, handsome, style nnd by work
Smen skilled hi their respective trades.
o We have and intend always keeping on hand a
n large and floe assortment of
g CARtRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C.
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of much value to the lucky purchaser.
Y We will also keep constantly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGG'ES and
- CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
0' All sorts of RIEPAIRLNG done in the beat
manner. and with the greatest dispateh.
LVCall and examine our Stock. Our prices
f have been put down to correspond with the hard
4 times. SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50
HOTEL FOR SALE!
' 'HE CAROLINA llOT91,, for
nrerly kniown as the SPANXN ,,
IIOTELL, is uow offered for sale, and '
i, will be 5ffered on the ni.ost aeconmmo
.lating terms as to tine.
This 110TEL is situated in th. metst eligible po
sition in the Village, on the South t-ide oil Maine
Street. near enough to the Pubic Sq. eru for all
purposs, and antieiently quiet and retir. d ; and
has always, since its establislnat is a I lotel, done
a gi-si business. and wi-l no doubt continue ta do
so as Ionz, as well kept.
Any person desiroun- of entering into this busi
ness would do well to cull and examine the
t'onnetel with this hotel are comrmodiotus Sta
bIles, cosntaining over one hundred well-regulated
Stadla, Carriage liouse, Cri s. &e Also, good
Lists for .lrover's Stoek,)imnd a fine Gard-.n, ashut
one acre in size. not surpassed lay any. The whoele
preitsises contain about three amres.
Tho- undersigned would not be induced to offer
this valuable property for sale, were it not for do
mestic afilietisms. ie is now d-sposed to turn his
attenton to sone other occupation.
F. M. NICHOLAS.
E.lgefield, Oct 19 tf 41
Edgefield Male Academy,
T lIE exercises -or the Eslgefeld mal. aesndemlsy
o ill lie resumed on the .eacend Minday in
Feb u.try. under the dit ecti.ni of Nlr. .James .esly,
as porneip-al, and Mr. T. A. Iowtit, m, tassistat.
lExcellent boarding may be hadl In th. Vi lhge und
vicinity fer any number osf stud tats, and the Trus
t-es fl-iter theais- . . s that the falitlties tnoew 4l'1red,
ti.- young men 0r thas section f the State for ae
quir ing a tho ough 9trnlinli h and Classical education,
,w.1 bring t.> the Acadimy a lare numtber of pupils.
R. T. MIMS,
0. A. ADDISON,
BEN.f. WALDO, I
i W. C. MORAGNE.
Jan. 27 tf 3
THE Exercisst of this institution will bee re
sunmed on MONjDAY 25th January 1858, un
der t~he control anid instruction of Mr. GEORGE
. Classical Department per Session..$15 00
ltng lish " " " --i.- 10 00
Elementary " "7 -- 50
Chemistry, Natural Philosophry, surveyinag and
Bookkepia-Practical and Theoretical-belontg
to the Classical Departmnent, and are charged ac
N. B.-Every kind of' dissipation is strictly for
biddena By the rutes of the School, all offenders are
expelled oar suspended without benefit of clergy.
W. H ARR.-ON, Presidenat.
G. J. a-Tl F(PPARD, Trustees.
WV. T. WEST.
'p1 il F .rsEerae sof tl.ese lutstitutions will he re
.sceed sin the-' first Moniday int F,-bruary nest,
undler the asuperv.sionf of Mlr. .1 A.\llS MORRIS1
its rte Femrah., arid A. P. BUTLERI, Esq., mr the
!slr. Moa~ts has h.ls nine or te-n years exrerience
tinearmi- atnd ea'e to this pare highsly recoml
non~i.edl by thisse for whomn lie hads taught, anrd
e tera. unti~ a year's expe~ri,-t-e here hsas proven hes
is ensiitled tea thes hih t. st mniis bl stoewedl upon
hsimt taid n e chtes rid'l and csiuisd. na.i .1 y comnmr ts1
~im tos the lpublic as sine well caelculatesd tat advance
pupils entrust ed tee ha care. Ile will also super
it vise thes tuaost iaytneed }.nyilas mu the Msa'e depairt
at1r. 1l-rt.'s -e capaitl.iitiis to teachs andis manage
are so v. hs kntowi that e e dc-mi it umr.ecessatry to
.a anthn in regaurd t.t his mierit<.
iProef. BA RKL FY wi:l instruet in Music and
Fren--ha. lie as reputed to be a thorough French
Rates of Tuition.
Primary Branehes, per session....$ ,0
SecndC Class " -.. .- 1 -l',f)
Third Class " " ' -... 15,00
Feourih Class " ".-.- 1 - $--(-t-i
0Musc, "' " ".---. . -- 25,f
Contingent expenses " " ..... 50
HI. A . SIIA W, fee'ry.
e Jnnt l' ttI 52
jBEECH ISLAND ACADEMY
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, S.C.
aLEWIS T. KIDD, Priuncipa!.
" 'pHlE niext Session of this Schiosol will begin on
. .1the 1st February, 1858.
e Thec Principtal ho pe.- thaot Ihis lontg expserience and
entire dlevotion to thte hantiness of Teaclhig, utny
2 make the Schesol worthry oef the patronrage of the
,'r public. Students will lbe prepiaredl for a Collegiate
Scure', or for the practical duties of lifea.
TERMS PE R SESSION OF FIVE MONT HS.
" Elementary Branchtes...................2
CClassical a'nd altemnatical Couraso.........2
at Board can be obtained in private families near
e the Acadenmy on reasonable terms.
For lorthter Information address the PrincIpal or
iiJonathan M. Miller, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
Jan. 20 186 8 tf 2
SHAVE removed my B Ot and S hoae
Manufactory to thte Store next door to
0 the Advertiser Ofiice, where I carry onr business as
usual, I have on hand a large a-toc~k of
Fine Boots and Shoes,
which I will sell cheap for CASH.
All persons indebted to ate are called on to
, , c me forward arid pay their accotunts, as I anm ob
liged to ltave money to paY' ny debts. it is hoped
n this wall receive dne attentiots.
r ]Dec 23 t___ 50
S~ TAYED fr.tm the subscriber, a short time
3since, one cow atnd calf. The cow is black ex
s- ceTpt a white spot, int the face, mark tnot renmem
slbred. The calf is bla.:k and urnmarked. These
:.cattle were bought front "e Shatterfield," Edgeflekd.
a.) District. Personts takinag care of said cow ad calf
will be compensated. antd any inaforrmation bsy letter
-concerning thctn will be thtankfully receivedi.
Graniteville, January 26, 1858. 3t* 3
ot 2,50 POUNDS FINE NEW BACON.
'aeTE haive just rurchtasel another lb.t of superior
idd well-eured Country BACON which we are
t1-ef'ering very for casht.
W. R. & T. S. H UDSON.
J .an27 if 3
NOTICE--MR. LEWIS JONES has left hais
- LNotos and Accounts In mny hands during his
udd absence from the State. Those indebted will do
him a favor by callinag on me at the Carriage Shop,.
and settle up. F. L. SMFT'H.
r'e 2 85 4
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, &
3r4 E'1% O! m 7 C .A X..
D R.. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE tal
this mnetho14d of returning their thanks
their friends and the public, for the liberal patr
age bestowed upon thetu; and respectfully a
nounc- that they have renov:ed their D R U
S T O R E to No. 2, in the Odd Fellows' & Mason
Building, where they will be pleased t.P see ai
supply their friends and all those wanting
PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES, &
Of which they aie constanne receiving FRES
SUPPLIES from the most, reptutable Drug lousi
in New York.
One or botti of thuen ..a o in the Store at a
times, day and ni2ht, and give personal attentic
to carefully tIlling prescriptions and orders wit
A continuance of the fiberal share of trad
heretofre extended to them is -iolicited, and the
will exert themselves to merit AL.
r7" They will further say to toose intlebted I
then, that they have never made a public call o
any one for money; but they .ue NOW needin
noney VERY MUC If, and .*- tin hopes that tho
indebted will attend to tLera soon, and prever
thetu from being forced to t.em znpleasant necessit
of publicly dunning those i. airears.
Edgefield, Dec 29 tf 51
"Big Pig, Little Pig,
S AM fis ill Twlwn-not with at pocket full (
Rocks-but MORE CGOCERIES than wm
ever seen this utde of Jordao. consisting of
Powdered A., B & C.. Lfuscovado, St. Crol:
Crushml and Loaf SUGftCS;
Oh1 Government. Java, *..tyra, Rio, Cuba an
St. Doningo COFFIES;
Sutiar House and New *)rleans SYRUP;
New Orleans and Cut. MOLASSES;
FINE WINES--Hcidick, Spark ing Catawbi
Madeira, sherry, Port., Ca'rett and Maaga.
BRANDIER-Otard. ;j'pree & Co., Henness
Scianett, Oh1 Emanuel. atd Domestic Brandies;
Holland GIN. Jamaic.. rnd New England RUM
WHISKEY-.-Irish, Sst ch, Old Bourbin, Net
tar, Wheat, Thribble X double XX, single 3
Mountain Rye and Rectiled Whiskey;
SEGARS, TOBACCO .nd SNUFF;
Fine Family and Bucvwheat FLOUR;
ICE and Maccaroni
Butter, Cheese, I ard dlams, Mess Pork;
Pickled and Smoked dear, Beef Tongues;
Oysters, Sardines, Saimon. Lobsters, Cod Fishi
Soda Buisent., Butter Crickers;
Pickle.. Preserves, C-'ow. Chow;
CANDIE 4, 4c., a lar. ;ssortment;
Fi!s, Iaisins, Citron, Ourrants, Prunes;
Parad'so ani P.-can Out., Almonds;
Cocoa Nut, Filberv, .nglish Walnuts;
Lemons, Oranes, Lfaianas, Pine Apples;
Prcservedl Frnits, lir.,ndy Peaches and Cherries
Greetn Corn and Pea.'M Cans;
Pepper and Spices <d .It kinds;
Flavorinti Essences ow euiry kind;
Worcestershire Saurs. a tine article;
TEAS, of every des:,optioln-and, in short, evt
ry thing else in the Fa'.dly Grocery line.
S. E. .1uWERS, Agenst.
Hanibura, Dee :tf 51
SWAN & 0'9. LOTTERIES
NEWXJ &BPLJUANT SCHEME
TICIE.3Th CATIJT" $2.0O
The followimg Sehr ne u ill be drawn by S. Swan,'
Co.. Nlaneeis of thc Sparta Aeadeny L.otery, i
each of their Loetteries for February i858, at
.A.uIum- ta, Creorgia,
Ti, wic.h City they 1.are -?lmoved their their prir1
To be drawn tiu tinhe e. o. Auigusta, Ga.,in public, o
Saturday, February 6th, 18.58.
To be drawn ia the city of Augusta, Ga., in public, o
Saturday, February 13th, 1859.
Ti be draw n to the ,atty of Augusta, Ga.,in public, e
Saturday, February 20th: 1858.
Tro be drawn in the J.ity ..f A ugusta, Ga.,ini publi,o
Satuirda5, February 27th, 1858.
Ott the slan or Siniglei Numibers.
5,8 PIZ ES!
Nea:rly onei ?rize to every Nine Tickets.
Mz~z~i~1/o22 D.t wXom
EACil SATURJAY IN FEIJRUARY !
t prize oef 7 ,I4 i...........8'ta"I ....--- - --- i-- i"0
i prnze of.. . , .:................ 5(i'.e
I prize of1.. i .. I :.001........ .........1,,.i
I prize* of......-.-.. Z ii................t
1 permze tf..... -lH ..... ........ .. . ... 0#
I priz~ of ....~~ .e/" s,. .......1
4 prizes .. ... - i~ l' i re.................4
4 prize. .f ..... .... '-i tare ............... .6
4 prize f ... .. t" are.................2
4 leriz el.f..... .....70Iit aire................23
4' larize~ .f .. .1 sti are ................
59 prix,-a f.. .... .............inr.... ....... ....4
10)prize. f...... - --..1!2 tire.... ... .. . .... 11.(h
2tI parizes 9f.... --.9 r...............'
4 Prize.. of 444 ipi.X(iut*F.40 rz ,e #.
4 P'rizes' of :Ii *z'd'ie 'iz r.
4 l'rizeu oft 2.1' ' t.IN'Pizsa
.4 Priz,-" of 125:~o riisace
.1 Prizes of ' Ft ' 4e4 "rzsa..4
-1 P'riz~es t-f ineteillIie tr..R
4Irte 1 i 'I94 Prizes ore5.
5.11410 'riz*- f 2,.......Pri.... ae... 1,3t
n~is Irl~satet. i - i niu.. . -rze 32ae..O
Whole Tckets -0; a.is P~urtzers are...'
PL ~.. 'rU 1.'llrzsne.
51'li Pizi n m. eingi .i ............. orit.i with0,00
Niubers oen .hae Ti .4et jerinted otn seplarnte slape991 efpae
iciereted w'ithe italt tie tube's, nndii placedl in one whee
The dirit .45 pre : ,imilry prtinted und encircled, as
piiei it ai,thier .itheet.
'he whleeh. are --tsen revvede, attd a ttutrnber la draw
fromi the. whcoit oef ambter-,.n att theLii. sniei tie a pirize
truwa freen, mee .-er wheel.~ Thie~ nuanaber uiind c rze dr
,.ut ire eopense1 i ,nuieieitedt to the atielienel.. and repi
terei iby the ttm.dss1iers: the prize betig peIiced again;
the umbiiier drawua This o.pertionu is repented until all ti
perizes nre1 dlra in . it.
Apprinsattin Przze.--The two .preceding an
te i.stwucceed'tiiinuisers 1to thoese etrnmwmig the lirstl
Prizes wvilt b-' enti. :ed11 tte 2.' Apylroexctimatin Prizes~L. l
,xa iii e: If Tiel. t N'.. 11,.30 idraiws the $ei,000tt Pria
unchi be etnithd it s$-40. If Tioket .. .% d1raws th
25.0014 Prize di'.,. Ticket" tnumbered 5hut.. 49, 53552, wI
nch be entttic4 t. .*10, and se' on accoreding to the abov
The 5,0010 5'rlie of $2) w'ill be' del'termned by the la:
flureoiftheii c w. seh drawsthe$#70,0010. For example, irth
No. drawngithe 7 ',000 prize endls with No. I. then stll
Tckes whesil thi aumb er ends in I will be entitled to $2
If t b Number e- Js with Number 2, then all the TIcke
where lbs Numbe" ands in 2 will be entitled to $20, anid I
OERTFICAUS5 OF PACKAGES wIll be sold at It
f ,lowi rsei, 'hich Is the risk :
Cericte of Pa kiage of ten W~hole Tickets.....
Certiente or r .kage of len Hlall Tickets...........
Celltiiat of Pa kuige of ten Quarter Tickets.....
Certtik.te of P's.,uiage of tent Eighth Tickets..........1
in Orti'.-hng TIckets or Certlficatce,
Enclse the mi 5ey to our aetdress fir the Tickets' oree<
on receipt ofi wL-Oht1ey will be forwnredtb h irst inl
Puircser2 een Lave. T1ic.ke'ts endhig it anty iguire they ml
~-ro Lis .f Drawn Numbersin nnel Prizes wIt 1
sent t. purebnse. etimmediately afte'r thee drnwing.
g.y'-Purhn,.e , will please Write thiri stinatures pltai
anet ie theIr I at Office, Coiunty sand Slate.
gtenteenb.'r that every Prize is drawn and payabilei
futl whitt 4odt itltin.
ggr All prizes ,f 1,ul0 ant undtier.lpaidl immeediatelv alti
the trawig..-o'r prze ut the uisuat timne of thirty iays.
r[W-AIt comt iactionst strictly conifielntial.
gi" Address erders for Tickets or Certiticates to
'SW.\ AN Cx'(,~ Autunsta, Ga
gg- A het of 1; tnmbers that are dlrawni from te whe<
with the amiount if the prize thait each nie is enitledl I
will be pubtlih eafter every anwing, iln the feoltowing p
teri-New Ort -ans lDelta. ,elohle lieistemlr, Chiark-'sl
aneardl, Nast tile Gazeite, At.laina intelligeincer. No
Yrk Weeki'- Day 11e00k, Angtusta ((a.) Cionet~ittonah
lIthmond D <plate'h, New Yeerk Disptch, Paulding (Mi,
Clarion, and Savannah Morning News.
.1 an. 4 3
LL persons indebiced to the lstate of .1. Sar
i eel Limnbee'ker, deceas~ed, must make paiym.
by te Itith day ocf Februatry niexl, ior they will
el. All persons5 having demands seinitst at
Estate, are requested to present them proiperly i
tested. G. W. L.AND)RUM, A dm'r.
.Ja. 20 . S
Ne.groes to Wire.
T WO .htoemakers-Houise and Field hands
S.Also, for sale, two first ra'e young Mules a
a new four horse Wagon and Harness.
R. 11. MIMS.
E.1.. leld, Jan. 27. 1858. 8t