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-M IU AND "T .
Private letters from the American fleet in the
Chinemwraters, give a somewhat -different ver
ionof Judge Reed's correlpondence with Gov.
Yeh, from that published by the London jour
nals.: Mr. Reed, it seems, sent a communica
tion to the Governor of Canton, in which he in
formed him of the objects of his mission, and
requeqted an interview within the city. The re
ply of Yeh was that he would receive the Amer
ican minister Reed without the walls, as there
was no instance on record of the reception of a
foreign envoy within the city. Mr. Reed, more
over d in conformit with his instructions,
tender' through the Governor of Canton the
mediation of the United States Government for
the pending difficulties with the British. This
was tendered before the ultimatum of Lord Elgin
had been sent to t*e Governor. The offer was
not noticed and uo interview had occurred be
- tween %r. ieed and the imperial Government.
It is stated, that, in a spatch from Yeh,
which. the British had intercepted, he spoke very
contemptuously of the American offer of media
- Mr. Reed has also had a correspondence with
Lord Elgin, upon the subject of the instructions
of our Qovernment, and the position which Mr.
Reed was to take in regard tothe war. Lord
Elgin e;presses much disappointment and cha
- gna atthe determination of the United States
to keep aloof from the conflict, or from any
course which would tend to coerce the Chinese
Government into a change of their policy to
wards the commercial and Christian world.-1.
VOLVXTXsys AN TrE Anx.-On this sub
ject, Mr. Iverson, of Georgia, thus expresses him
self in Congress:
. "I am opposed entirely to the use of volun
teers. I believe they are much more expensive
and infinitely less efficient than regular troops.
If you wish to diminish the expenses of the Army
-if you wish to keep down the extraordinary ex
penses of your military.operations against which
gentlemen have so much cried out in this debate,
y must increase your regular forces and cut
own the volunteer force you are driven to call
into the field; you must- increase the regular
Army and obviate the necessity of calling for
militia. When you do this, the expense of your
military establishment will be diminished; but
until this is done, until the necessity for volun
teers is entirely obviated by a sufficient increase
of your Army, the extraordinary, expenditures
for your Army, must go on increasing every year
of your national existence ; because you must
have your frontiers protected ; you must have
your garrisons and your fortifications manned;
you must have the lives and property of your pec
ple protected in passing form one portion of the
country to the other. These are necessary things
which the Government cannot do without - these
are duties which the Government is compelled by
every sense of obligation, of honor, and of duty to
itself and its people, to perform."
ARRIVAL oF MOHAMMED PACHA.-The long
expected Turkish rear-admiral has arrived in
New York, and taken rooms at the St. Nicholas
Hotel. A New York paper informs us that the
Admiral is quite prepossessing in appearance,
tall and well-proportioned, and of a dignified
and graceful bearin. The officers who accom
pany him are Maj. gaid Suliman, Capt. Thessan
and Lieut. Sadick, of the Ottoman Navy. With
the exception of the turban, there was nothing
exclusively Turkish about the dress of the Ad.
miral or' any of his suite. The Admiral says
that he visits this country for the two-fold pur
pose of building a vessel for the Turkish Navy.
and conferring with the Government, ofically,
as to the representative of the Sublime Porte.
He intends to remain in New York a short time
before he proceeds to Washington. He was in
pommand of a division of the Turkish fleet
throughout the Crimean war, and was present
a t the atteek on Selpastopol, on the 17th October,
1855. The Joipt Oommittee of the Common
Council, appointed to make arrangements for
-his roeptin, -paid him a visit on Sunday, and
5.ivited him and his suite to accompany them to
the City Hall, at 11 o'clock, on Monday morn
ing, to receive the congvratulations bf the city
-authoritiesind the citizens generally. Moham
ned aceepted theinvitation.--Washngton States.
nonair.E DF4e.~1-We learn,.says the Rome
Cornier, that on Wednesday or Thursday of last
week, Mr. Jacob Smyer, the owner of a mill some
three or four miles below Coosaville, in tis coun
t, was caught in his machinery by his clothes,
dawn in between two cog-wheels, and most hor
ribly mutilated, causing his immediate death.
-Mr. Smyer was a worthy citizen, and his untime
ly death is deeply deplored.
LIFS is a farce to the rich ; a comedy to the
wise ; and a tragedy to the poor.
Manass, at Elmwood Cottage on the 11th inet., by
$he Rev. Mr. Tickett, Dr. LAFaYsEr B. Wasvn to
Miss 3MuccA H. MIrEs, daughter of L. J. and M. iS.
Wles, all of this 1)istrict.
lnon the 9th of March, SUSAN E., only child
of Dr. Tsoxas E. and Susax (2. Jeximsos, sged 3
months and one day.
"Ere sin could blight or sorrow fads,
Death came with friendly care,
The opening bud to heaven conveyed,
And bseit blossom there."
GO0NIEE RGCIA L,
HAMBURtG, March 15.
Conro.-Our Cotton Market is quite dull and un
settled, and prices have declined je. on the higher
grades. The receipts were light. We quote now 9 to
11j cents per lb.
There is a slight advance in the price of Moula ses.
AUG USTA, March 13.
Conrow.-There is a good demand to-day, but light
stock offering. Sales about 500) bales. The market
eloses Arm, at unchanged quotations. Middling Fair
to Fair 11) to 11je.
CHARtLESTON, March 12.
Conro.-Sales of Cotton 2,500 bales. The lower
grades are a shade easier.
NEW ORLEANS, March 12.
The sales of Cotton to-day were 6500 baless, at 11
* 11ic. p lb. Sugar is quoted at 6& @ tie yi It.
Cotton Freights to Liverpool is quoted at *d. 'kil b.
NASHVILLE, March 11.
Pastomos.-The receipts of Bacon are light, and
sales are being made at il (j Sc. for hog round.
Lard isfirm at 8 @ 9e.
CiNCINNATI, March I1.
Flour 370 @~ 375, dull. Whisky firm 16). Bulk
sides and shoulders 5j @ ii. Lard nothing doing.
Pork and Lard nominal. Provisions unchanged,
quiet, very firm.
- NEW YORK, March 12.
Salop of Cotton 2,000 bales and market quiet.
Flour Arm with sales of 10,000o barrels. WVheat buoy
ant-sales 90O bushels--white $1 521. Corn advan
cing, wIth sales of 33,000 bushels. Navals' firm.
GO00%S DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
BROQOM & NORRELL, Augusta, Ga., will de
liver I Augusta and liameburg all goods bought of
themn FilEE OF CH[ARGE.
Augusta Ga.. Nov. 9 _ f 4f
After Monday 18th inst., Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of every week, will be assigned for
- aming Lumber; and Thursday, Friday and Sat
-unday, for Grinding Wheat and Corn. Customers
are requested to keep standing turns at the Mill
whIch will be a convenience to all c-oncerned.
-' . R. T. MIMS.
VLOUR !--Just received 50 Barrels fine
VCountry 1&LOUR, and.for sale cheap by
W. R. Us T. 8. HUDSON.
' Mar17 tf 10
d683-Wated100 DOZEN EGGS. Ap
g The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Senate at the ensuing election.
I Tuz Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Fen
ator at the next election.
W The Friends of J. HAiDEN BROOKS,
]Eq.,' respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the Statq Legislature at its next Session.
WmTzN Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a.Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
-WiTa Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
tion toa Seat In the next Legislature.
Mar 10 . to* 9
MR. A. X. de MONTHURRY
BEGS leave to announce to tlie citizens of
Edgelleld and vicinity, that he is now here, and is
prepared to giXe instruction in French, Spanish
and Italian. Ie uses the most approved system
of instruction, and in regard to his capacity, he is
allowed to refer to Col. A. Simkins and Maj. G. A.
Applications made at the Advertiser Office or
Carolina Hotel, will meet with immediate attention.
March 10 Lf 9
WE THINK WE ARE JUSrIFIED IN SAYING
C| That no other Pill, or remedy for Liver Con
plaint, has gained, so deservedly, the reputation now
enjoyed by Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Liver Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh. As an evi
dence that they will cure, read the following certifi
cate from a lady residing in our own city: -
Naw York, January 23, 1852.
This is to certify that I have had the liver com
plaint for six years, and never could get any medi
cine to help me until I commenced using Dr. M'Lane's
Celebrated Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming Bros. I
can now say to the public, that they have completely
cured; and I do hereby recommend them to all per.
sons silieted with' a diseased Liver, They will cure.
MARIA EVANS, No. 93 Lewis street.
t' Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
All other Liver Pills in comparison are worthless
Dr. M'Lane's genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrated
Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. None genuine without the- signature of
45 FLEMING BROS.
Concordia Lodge, Nos 50, A. F. Ns
A Regular Communication of this
Lodge will be held at their NEW
HlALL, in the Odd Fellows & Ma
sonic Buildinte, on Saturday evening,
the 20th Mar., at 7 o'clock.
E. BLAND, W. M.
D. R. Duassoc, See'ry.
Mar 17 it 10
.A. 4= A.. EL T.
D U. G. H. FORT would respectfully an
nounce to his friends and the public generally
that lie has moved his location to Major A. D.
Bates's, near Leesville Post Office.
Mar3 3t* 8
C LAIM AGENCY.
_ENSIONS and BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS
I.procured, and Land Warrants bought, sold
or located on liberal terms, and with desapatch by
TILLMAN H. CLARK.
Edgefield C. H., Mar 16, Sm" 10
GREAT RARGAINS l
F ROM and after this date, I will sell moy EN
TIRE Stock of Goods at C'OST FOR CASI.
.B. C. BRYAN.
Mar 15 41 10
IORE GARDEN SEED l--Another full
La supply of iresh GARDEN SEEiD, of every
escription, just received...N.OW is the time,
athout a doubt, to press forward your gardening
perations. 0. L. PENN, Agent.
Mar 17 'tf 10
I H AVE just received another supply of those
fine Spiced OYSTER4, which are very palata
ble to the " inner man." Try tem.
Also, fresh M ACKEREL, Salnon, Lobste.rs;
Fine Canvassed HAMS. Died Be. f,;Tongucs,&c
Soda Biscuit and Crackers of all kinds;
PICKLE 4, a large and excellent vamiety;
Family FLOUR, a fine article, in sacks ;
BUCKW HEAT FLOUR,.-splendid these Spring
mornings gently moistened with a small quantity
of that exelhlenit N. 0 SYRUP, of which I have
t lI on hand a few Barrels ;
Durkey's YEAST POWDER, &c., &c., which
will be sold at reasonable prices.
W. E. LEGG, Agi.
Mar 16 If 10
SOAP5 fS0A P !--Just received a few Boxes
of Austrian Erasive SOAP, which will re
move the dirt with alacrity, cause the skin to fe.el
soft and delightful, and will in fact, make most
anybody feel like a gentleman.
W. E. LEGO, Agt.
Mar 16 If 10
RAISINS, PRUNES, &c.
C ONST ANTLY on hand a supply of R AISINS,
PRUNE'S, FIGS, Citron, Currants. &c. Also,
NUTS of all kinds.iW. E. LEGG, Agt.
Mar 17 If 10
PINEAPPLES, ORANGES, &c.
J UST arrived a choice lot of PINEAPPLES and
.ORANGES, which are very floe.
E. T. DJAVIS, Agt.
Mar 17 tf______ 10
C OAT FOUN 0-Found on the Plank
Road on Thursday nigiht last, and left at this
Office, a Youth's new COAT, which the owner can
have by proving property and paying~ for this ad
vertisemwent. Mar 17 31 10
NOTES LOST-LOSt or mislaid Four Notes,
ione on Shinmuel Ouzts, with Ransom Timnmer
man security, for 5300; one on 0. L. Pecnn, with
B. C. Bryarn security, for $275; one on Maj. J. HI.
Hughes, for $40, and one on C. L. Refo, with
Evans P'ermenter, for $I00-all nmadc payable to
the subscriber. All persons are bereby cautioned
from tradhing for said Notes. Any Information con
cerning them thankfully received.
Mar 1 7 1t 10
William Nowden. F e
B Y Virtue of the Fie-ri Facias in this cas, te
me directed, I will proceed to sell in the cor
porate limits of the Town of Edgefleld, on Tuesda~y
the 30th instant, the following property to satisfi
the Fi Fa ini the above stated case, to wit: Onit
Bureau, oneo Safe. one Rockinmg Chair, one Bed.
stead and furniture, 3 pales, 1 trunk, 1 small lot oi
tin, ware. 1 tool box, and other articles of House
hohl Furniturc, &c. Terms cash.
JlAMES EIDSON, s.x.D.
Mar 1 3 W 10
B'Y Virtue of a writof Fiuri.-Facias to mec di
B re-ctedi, I will procced to sell at Edgeticidl C
I., on the first Monday and Tuesday iu A pril next
the following piroperty to wit:
Mark Etheredge vs Allen Franklin, John Quat
tk-ebum and Julius Day; other Plaintilis severall3
vs Allen Franklin, Onie Tract of Land containim
Two thiouan~d acres, more or less, adjoining landi
of Gen.i. Janmes Jones, Kisiah Swearengin arn
oters-levi-dc on as the property of the De-fendanm
Allen Franklin. Also, one Negro woman Writte-r
J. S. Smnyly vs. Johnu Stidhaum, one Tract o
Land, contaiing two hundred and fourtee-n acres
more or le-ss, adljoining lands of Robt. Bryan, Sr.
and other lands of the said John Stadhaumm and oth
ere. Terms Cash. J. E
Mirch 12 1858i 4to 9
LINENS, LDTENS, LIENS.
DICR Er & PHIBBS have just receives
Jper steamer Adriatie, a large lot of IRISI
LINENS, manufactured expressly for us. Partie
in want of a pure, undressed Irish Linen at Euro
pean prices, would do well to call and examin
Au'oneta, Feb. 8 1858 If d
New Spring Goods!
WRIGHT, ALEXANDER & C0,
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
A RE now opening one of the largest and most
attractive Stocks of
NEW SPRING GOODS'
ever offered in Augusta. embracing all the newest
fabrics and designs In Dress Goods. -
Robes DeQuille, Odalisque and Flounced ROBES,
in Silks, Twisted Silks, Bereges and Muslins;
Black and Colored, Plain and Fancy SILKS in
BERAGES, TISSUES, Printed Organdi and Jat
DOMBAZINES,Challies, DeLAINES, A LPA CAS,
DeBEGES, French BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
GINGHAMS, &c.. &c.;
Our Stock of LINEN Goods will bo found very
desirable, enibracing super Irish Linens, Pillow
Case Linens, Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins,
Diapers, Towels and Sheetings;
Stella, Merino, and Berage SHAWLo, Scarfs;
Chantilly Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS, a
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet, Mull, Nainsook,
Tarlton, Plaid and Striped MUSLINS;
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFS in
every variety of style and quality;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children, in English, French and German
Corded, Grass and every variety of Steel Spring
LINEN and COTTON GODS for Men and Boys
Dimity, Damasks, Curtain Muslins, Marseilles
Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings and Shirtings,
Osnaburga, Marlboro' and Georgia Plaids and
Stripes, Tickings, Checks, and a full assortment
of Staple Goods. We invite an examination of
our Stock. Our Goods will be found as represent
ed in quality, prices reasonable, and terms ac
Augusta, Mar 16 6t 10
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
I WILL attend at the times and places herein
after specified to collect the State and District
Tax for the year commencing the first day of Oc
At Mrs. Norris Thursday, 18th March.
" Mt. Willing, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Mickler's, Friday, 19th March.
" Richardbor.'s Saturday, 20th
Ridge, Monday, 22nd
" C. H. Plunket's, Same evening, 4 o'clock.
Graniteville, Tuesday, 23rd March.
" Beech Island, Wedn-sday, 24th 4
" Hamburg, Thursday, 25th
C. & R. Burnett's, Monday, 29th
Nickerson's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Coopersville, Tuesday, 30th March.
Dorn's Mills, Wednesday, 31st "
Moore's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Stevens' Store, Thursday, 1st April.
Shatterfield, Friday, - 2nd
" Liberty Hill, Saturday, 3rd
White House, Monday, 5th "
Rocky Ponds, Tuesday, 6th1 "
Mrs. Middletons, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Red Hill, Wednesday, 7th
Collier's, Thursday, 8th "
Cherokee Ponds, Friday. 9th
" Hamburg, Saturday, 10th
Richardson's, Tuesday, 13th
Colemank Smith's,Wednes-lay, 4th "
Perry's X Roads, Thursday, Nth "
"Mrs. Uhinebgart's, Friday, 161th "
"Micklpr's, Saturday, 17th "
" Dr. John Mobley's, Monday, 19th "
"Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesday, 20th "
"Ridge, Wednesday, 21st "
"Lyb. and's, Thursday, 22n~d"
" Hatcher's, 'Friday, 23rd,"
" Graniteville, Saturday, 24th "
" Beach Island, Monday, 2dith "
"Hlamburg, Tuesday, 27th "
"Howard's, Thursday, .29th "
" Cheatham's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
"Pleasant Lane, Friday, 30th "
"J. S. Smyly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"E'lgefield C. H. Monday and Tuesday/38d and
"Mrs. Allen's, Thursday, 0th May,
A fter which time my books will closo for the pres
ent year. I hope all persons living in the coun
try will try to turn out, at th~eir respective precincts,
anid tiot p.ut off their returns till th~e last days at
thec Court House, as thsere is generally such a
cro)wd that it is ahtuost impossible to do biusiness
Tax payer~s will bear iti mind that the law re
quires thenm to msake their retutrns by the time my
books close, or tI ey are sublject to doublle tax. for
thte collection of which I ash recluir ed to issue a
doblebh Tax Execution, leave it, with te Sheriff,
and take his receipt, for the samte with myp to Co
luabia. 1'lpasp taks d4p noticp and gtoverns your
THEOPHIILUS DEAN, T.c.E.D.
Mar 10; 7t 10
BY an order fromt W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary of
.IEdaciteld District, I shalhl proceed to seoll at
the late resid'tnce of~ Noah F. Caughtman, de-cd.,
on TUESDAY thse ?0th Marc-h inst., all the pierso
nal Estate of said deceased, cosisting of
ONE NEGRO WOMAN AND CHILD,
One Silver Watch, Household and Kitchen Furni
ture, Corn, Fodder, Cotton, Cotton Seed, Hlorbes,
Cattle, Hlogs, Plantation Tools, one Wagon, one
Terms made ktnown on day of sale.
J. HI. W. WERtTZ, Adm'or.
Mar 15 - 2t* - 10
B Y an order frott W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, we
wvill proceed to sell at the late residence of
James Coleman, deceased, on WEDNESD)AY the
1st (lay of March, inst, all the personal Estate of
said deceased, consisting of
Twenty-Four very Likely Negroes,
Among whlomn are several very valuable field
hatds,~atnd one excellent young Carpetnter-Hfouse
hold and Kitchen Furniture, Carpenter. Pla- ta
tion atnd Blackstmiths Tools, Hlorses, Mules, Cattle,
Hogs and Sheep, Corn, Fodder, Oats, pe-as, Cottuu
Sed, one two horse Wagon, two f.>ur horse Wag
ons, Buggy, &c., &c.
Tshass.-For all sunms under $10 Cash-all over
$10 on a credit until theo 2th Decemuber next, with
interest fronm the day of sale. Purchasers to give
Notes with amaple securit -. The right of tho pro
prtY not changed unitil t te terms of sa'e are conm
pliea with. MOLLY C01.E1A N. Adm'ix.
BliNNET PEltlY, Ada'or
Mar 15 2t 10
TILE STATE OF SOUThl CAROLINA
B Y W. F. DU RISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, A. Sinmkins, C.r..D., hsath applied to me
for Letters of Adnminisutratiotn, on all and sngular the
goods and c-hattles, rights and credits of Elhizabeths
Walling, late of the District aforesaid dec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of ste said dhecea
ed, to be and appear befure me, at our next Orditnary's
Court for the maid District, tu be htolden at I#dgefield
Court House, ont the thil day of April hext t'
show cattse, if any, why the said administration should
not he granted.
Gjiven, undser my h~and and seal, this 4th day of
Matrch, in the year of our Lord one thsousand eigh~t
hundred and fifty-seven and in the eighty-second year
of American Independence.
W. F. DLJRISOE, 03x D.
March 12, 1858 6te . 9
STATE OF souTrii CA ROLINA,
BY W F. U RIOEEsquire, Orditnary of Edge.
W~hereas, A. Simskins, e~~~. hsath applied to me
for tetters of A dtninistrations, un all and singular thme
goods and chattles, rights anrd credits of Elisabeth Mar
tins, of the District af,,r.said, deceased.
These are, thserefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred ande creditors of the said deceas'
ed, to he and appear before me,at ournextOrdinary'.
Court fur the said District, te be holden at Edgefised
C. H., on the 15th day of April next, to shsow
cause, if anty, why the said adminisirationa should no0t
Given under my haind and seal, this 4th day a,
March in the year of our Lord one thousand eighi
hundred and fifty-seven, and in the82nd year of Areri.
can Independence. W. F.DIURISOE,0. E. D.
Ji-es, 15 Cia 9
Edgeff od 1~ae Collegiate'
F11HE Exercisof Iii ititate will c'omnimence
.on the FIRST DIY. of March nDxt under
the management of- -
- . MISi A. . MEARS, -
MRS. ANN ; CLARKE and
MISS M. CIKE.
These Ladies come Us highly recommended
i ladies of refinement and Scholarship, and with
strong testimonials of!.teir competency, experi
ence and efliciency isfEeachors.
'Ihe Proprietors feel rell assured that the Insti
tute, under the management of these Ladies, will
b well conducted, and' will afford educational fa
cilities equal to those of any- Institution in the
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of five months each. The irst Session will end
on the 16th July. ThO'epond will commenee on
the 2nd day of August pd end on the 17th day
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary.Department,ieludine Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geograpby, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,$12,50
In the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Gramnimar, Geography,
Natural-Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music,- per Session,.......20,00
French (Extra) per session.............10,00
In the Ornaneital Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session.........25,00
For Drawing and- Painting in Water Col
ors, per Session, ....................10,00
For Needle Work, Einbroidery, &c. pr Ses 5,00
Students of Music on'the Piano will be charged
$3 per Session for.u-ef: Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments iitune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session to
defray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every young lady's education,
hence singing is made a part of the regular exer
cises of the Institute, and the whole School will be
exrcised In Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
.4. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 28, 1858. tf 7
Edgefield Male Academy,
T IIE exercises of tl Elgefield male acenemy
will be resumed on the second Monday in
February, under the directiosap of Mr. James Lesly,
as principal, and Mr. 'f. A. llowtin, as assistant.
Excellent boardgg may-be had in the Village and
vicinity for any number of students, and the Trus
tees flatter themselves that the facilities now ofered
the young ien of this-seetion of the State for ae
quiring a thorough English and Classical education,
will bring to the Academy a laree number of pupils.
I. T. MIMS,
.A. SIMKINS, "
G. A. ADDISON, -10
BENJ. WALDO, 5
W. 0. MORAGNE.
Jan.27 tf 3
T 19E Exercises of these lustitutions will be re
1 sumed on. the. iretlndlay in February next,
under tike superv sion 9(f'ir. JA M ES MORIfIS
in the Feiale, and A. P. BUTLER, Esq,, in the
Mr. Moa~iis, h. asa nine or ten years experience
In tenaling ; n4 ca.e it this place highly re-cerm
niended by those for whoni he had taught, and
others. and a year's experience here has piroven lie
s entitled to the high testamonialsa bestowed upon
him, and we cheerfully and confid, mially commend
him to the public as one well eraleulated to advance
pupils entrusted to his care. He will also super
vise the most advancoed pupils in the Male depart
Mr. RhrrLEa's capabilities to teach and manage
are so w,-ll known' thdt w~e deem it unnecessary to
.y anyihing in regatrd to-his merits.
Prof. IIA RKLEY-.#l instruct in Music and
Fre.h. Ile is reputed4 be a thorough French
Scholar. Rae 01 fhtOl
.Primary Branches ion,.'-.....$i.9,00'
Seend'Chus. " ....19,00
Third Class . . " ------15,00
Feurthi Class "---....18,10
Fench, extra "-.....1.l0
Music, " " ..-25,40
Contingenf expenses "r " ....50
H. A .SH AW, Se'r
.lnf i f
THlE Exercises of this institutio'n ill lep re
anumed oin MOND)AY 2fath Jenigary 1858,11un
dler the control and indulction of Mr. GEORGE
Clasical Decpnrtnment per session..$15 00
English "e " -- 10 00
Eleietarv "~ -"i "... 7 50
Ceistry, Natural Philosophy, tsurveyinig. and
[Bookkepig-Practiga.l atnd Theoretical-belong
to the Classical Departmnent, and are charged ac
N. B.-Every kind of dissipation is strictly for'.
bidden By the rules of the 8chool, all offenders are
.lelled or suspenided without benielit oef clergy.
W. H ARRIsON, President.
. J. SH RPPARD, Trs
W. T. WEST.
Ja. 13 8m 1
BEECH ISLAND ACADEMY.
EJDGEFIELD DISTRICT, S. C.
LEWIS T. KIDD, Principal.
Ff lIE ieext Session of thitl School will begin on
.the 1st February. 1858.
The Principal hopes41Iat his long experience and
entire devotion to the business of Teaching, may
ake the Scheool worthy of the patronage of the
public. Students will be pirepared for a Collegiate
course, or for the ptratcl~ duties of life.
TERMS PER SESSION OF F1V.E MONThIS.
Elementary Branches.................. $20
Classical and Mlathematical Course. ....5
Board can be obtained In private families ntear
the Academny on reasonable ternis.
For furthter information address the Princlpal or
Jonathan 14. Miller, Esq., Augusta, Ca.
Ja., 20 1858 tf 2
CEAanEsToN, 18th Feb. 1858.
To the Tax Collector of Edgeleld
SIR:--The sum of Six hundred and fifty Dol
lars being due the State by the Commissioners of
the Poor for Edgefield District., being for the
maintenace, &c. of Pauper Lunatics, as appears
from the statement furnished this Otliee by the
Secretary and Treasurer of the Lunatic Asylum:
You are thieretore hereby authorized and required
to collect from the taxable inhabitants of your
District (in addition to other assessments now au
thorized by lawr) the said sum of six hundred and
fifty Dollars ($050) with 5t per cettadvance there
on for your Cornmisions,-itnd this shall be your
warrant for the same under 1st Section of the Act
of 1827. 3. D. ASHMORE,
PER W. J. LAVAL.
r IE above Orders was received by mec on the
2th February, and I amn truly sorry to say
to those who met me1 preyions .to the 27th Februta
ry and made their returns and somne of them panid,
that it iil be isecelsaiffoi themi to meet me at
my ext appiointmets; and pay their respective
proportion of the said a'dditional Tax. It appears
to me that the Comptroller General might have
furnished me with his assessmeont sooner, but so It
is and I mu4t obey omders,
T. DEAN, -r.C.Lf..
OTICE !-All persons indebted to the Es
tate of George MeD. Rearden are requ.rated
to miake immediate settlement ;itnd those haying
demands against the. Estate will please presenl
them forthwith, properly attested.
E. P.1H. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
Jan , -2
T HE 'Imported Spianish Jack COLUMBUS wil
sand the Spring Seson of 1858 at Edlgefiek
C. H., and will serve a limited number of Marc
at Ten Dollars the season, payable wrhen the muar
is served (in cash or a due note.) Mares bred Lu
this Jack not proving Intfoal can be sent back the
next year free of chiarge. S. F. GOODE.
M.ar10 , f9
10 THE LADIES OF EDGEFIELI
AND SURIOtUNDING DISTRICTS!
GREAT AND UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS.
W E ARE NOW closing out FOR CASh,
our very large Stock of Fall and Winter
The entire balance of our Rich Niks and Win
ter Fancy Dress Goods must be closed out in
THiRTY DAYS to make way for Spring Goodg.
To accomplish our expectations, we are deter
mined to offer Gols at steh prices as will con
niand an immediate sale.
We solicit the attention of purchasers to this
sale, and feel satislied diaL the attracti.mis olfered
will be sufficient to indue every cnstomner to ap
preciate this rare opportun:ty for securing bar
One price only, marked in plain figures; there
fore no purchaser will be overcharged.
The sale commnenred on THURSDAY MORN
ING, (4th Feb.,) and will continue for THIRTY
DICKEY & PIIIBBS.
g The character of our huse is a sufficient
guarantee that we will sell as advertised, without
regard to cost,.
Augusta, Feb 1858 2t 6
FR ESil (GROCEIUES I
a.-r mi A. X 3F L -V"L. X 9.. .
r %HE Subscriber has just received a new and
. fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.
Which have been purchased at reasanable 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
roceries excellent. The assortment consists of
Crushedland Loafed SUGARS;
Powdered A. B. and Nluscovado Suaars;
Old Government -Java nnd Rio COFFPR E;
Suaor House and New OrleansSYRUP;
14ne Buckwheat FLOUR;
BUTTER'. CilBESE, HAMS;
RICE and MACCARONI;
MACKKKERL, No. I and 2-Bbls;
Dried Beef and Be, f Tongues ;
Oysters, Sardines, Solmon, Lohsters, Cod Fish;
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers;
Suett CRACKXR S of all descriptions;
PICKLES, Preserves, Chow Chow;
CANDIES, large assortment;
FIGS, Raisms. Gitron, Currants, I'runes;
Rnglish Walnuts, Alnunds, Filberts, Percovks;
Ltnous, Oranges. Pine A pples. Cocon Nuts;
Preserved FR.UITS. Brandy PEACHES, &c
Green TONIATOES and PEAS in Cans;
PEPPER and SPlC.S of a'l kinds;
Table SA LT, Eabt Powderst
Flavoring Esseners in great variety;
Woresteri-hire Sauce, a fine article;
TE AS of ever, kind-Hyson, Black and Oteen;
S ')AP, a good assortment of every deseription ;
TUBS or all sizes, Wood Buckets, br.as bound;
Fine asortrnent uf TIN WA RE;
lacking ani *Ahoe Brushes;
Irish PrOTA TOS, UN IONS;
GARDEN SE RI) of every kind, the best ever
brought t this plae;
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Madeira, Port ani TeneritY WIN ES;
ourbon. Nectar, XX., tectified WHISKEY;
BRANDY of .viry quality ;
C1.\A I K. Champagne CIDER;
PORTElt, ALK, &c.
SEGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
C %N ) LI'S, Spe*rmn anl Alamantine: and all
ther artie'e usuatlly found in a Gr.erv Stsre.
W. E. LEGG.
l, b 10 if ______
'fHE Subscribers return their thanks to their
Lkind patrotas for the liberal support they
ave received, and resp~ctfuny solicit a continu
nce of that generous patron;age.
They state with cotgiden~ce now that they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
Coach Mlaking and Repairing Business
n its various b.raneches. Thteir work shiall he ex
scuted in a dulrable, haandsnt., stylo and by work
men skilled in their respective trade.
We havc and intend a'wnys keeping~ On hiandt a
large andi line assortmnent oIf
ARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
Of the our own m~anufactr-bea u~til to beholdl
and of miuch value to the lucky putrchaiser.
We will also keep cuonstntly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern I;UGGIES and
CR lRllAG ES. of SUpeior mnanufactulre.
jp- Allsortsof REPAIRING; done itn the best
nanner. an~t with tI,- greatest dispatch.
5'Call and e~xamnine iur Stoc~k. Our prices
have teen put dlown Luto oreispond~ with the hard
.m ies. SMITIh & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50_
tate of Soth i Carmol ina,
Ihenry Butler and wile tizaethi,~)
A pplicants. Cutat aan for.
rs. P iart it ion.
ac Goggins and others, Def'ta.)
IT appearing to miy satisrtiiona that Isaae Goggins,
Ithe e'.iidren of I henry cGoggins, dleceaseed ; A n
drew Miot.s andi his wire Mlatilda, William Gott
gils and James Gouinis, .ir., Defendants in the
bo stated case, reside beyond the limits of this
tate. It is therelore ordered that they do appear
and oject to the division or sale of the Real Es
tate f .Janme tGggins, Sr., deceased, 'in or before
the 2h daty 't A pril next, or their conlsenlt to the
sale wi.I be entered of record.
W. F. DUISOE, o.E.D.
Feb. 8 1S59 let 5
State of South Carolina,
i N OI:DI.NAlt Y.
Tosiua Segler, A pplicant, Ciai' u
es. Ctto o
John Adkinscon and1 wife Eliz- Partiiona.
aperitg to my satisf'action that D~avid Settler,
(sou of D~empsey Segie'r, deceased,) one of the
De hfendnts in the above stated case, reside's bevnd
tle limits of this Statc. It is thter-fore ordered that
e do appear and object to the division or sale of
he Rteal Estate of George Segler, deceased, on or
before t.e 2tith daty tof Alpril ntext, or hi. consent tw
te ae will be entered of recortd.
W. F. DUISOE, o E.D.
Feb. 8858 12t 5
State of South Carolina,
iN EQU'IT Y.
Robert Y. SMarsh and others,
vs Bill for Par&i
Martha 0. Kinmbrell and *ion~ and Acct.
IT Tappearinig that the Defendlants Henry Titmanm:
a his wife Caroline, reside withott the lint
its of tis State It1 is oraheretd that the said De
fendaats detmur, pleatd or anlswer to the Bill withit
three totths from the pnblicat~ion, if this order, o~
the said Bilt he takent pr.o confeso ag~aist thema.
Feb 22, 1857. _ m 8
'IORAND CORN MJEAL-Can b
Ihad at, my house fir Cah.
Leather-Lharness9, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb. 3 Lf 4
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT!-!!
WWiEN you go to llamburg you can get goo
eating at Da. Ctsmann~s, at the Ame-ri
cai Inteli, anti GOOD DilIN~IINO at the. bar
Our ouse, which is attardhed tto the I hotel , an
untie the supervisi.'n of the Subseriber.
.10OH N C. BIOITLER.
if mhnrtt. Sept 301 (1m 3R
TUST received a few dozen Bottles of A No.
I .9CATeUP, which was put up last year by
geetleman of this Town. Try it-it speaks fi
I itef E. T. -DAVIS, Agt.
M.... 8 - f 9
' Zc. V iW C3TO pZ C a
W. GARY, Atturney at L AW and Su
. lie:tor in EQ 'ry, will practice in this and
the aidj'aiuing Dist.ints.
Ofice. above B. C. BRYAN's Store.
Dee 16 . ly 49
S. B. GRIFFIN,
.A~ttorney~V A~t I3saVur,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted to
EDOEFIELD C. 11., Dec 2, 1857. t47
I.aA. W XT WT I C E.
'r Oi PKINS & IBUTLER will attend to all bu
ines ii the Coiurts of Law for this and the
adjuiniing Disitricts, that may be committed to their
Ofilce, LTaw Range, Edgefield, S. C.
R. W. Tomuxtus. Ml. C. Bu-a.
Dec 9 tf 48
DG. S. G, ROBLEY, having -located 7
miles Norsk of Edgefield C. II., at the former
residence of Mr. Bennett Holland, offers his Pro
feaional services to the citizens of the sarroonding
country in the practice of MEDICINE, SURGE
RY and OBSTETRICS. Ile solicits a reasonnole
share of public patronage.
Jan 6 3m 52
'lilt sub-criber having firnished himself with
i t licete to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other niethod. Its perfect pu
rity. cleiaulincess, freedom fre m all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
ai.ang the advantag. sclaimed fur this SUPERIOR
ode uf sutting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
W. IV. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBEItT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
CHAS. M. MAY,
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
TH OS. J. & C. IL M ISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
WYfTISAE RVv ERA ,
rio,. 7, Ilayne Street,
CHARL.ESTON, S, C,
Jan 27 ly 3
EDGEFIETLn, S. -C
having j usat re
turned from New York with a most COMPLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment ofr
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
tatt h' is now p~reparede to exhibit as beautiful
aid well nmannuacturedl an ass. r tent of CABINET
FURNITURE as cani be foun:d in the Souti'ern
itaes. This SIcwk selected witht gre'a catre,
atd he titers imiisef, with miuch taote nud jusdg
ent-was bocught for CASt! at redced tin
ure,anal conseuienCtty will be offered as LOW
a i ca. he atlorded. My large asrtmaentt consists
Iit part of
A splendid~' variety of fine and superfine
A ivc hal-all st) les-of Rtosewood an~d Mahogany
RoseWood and Mahogany Libraries,
S EC T A R IE S WiTil BOOK CA SE S,
A beautiful collectione of Rosewoodl anda Meahcoganay
WAggh SLiNS ORL sTrANDS,
A good stockc of excellenat spring bottom
Imp roved styles or Rtosewood anid Mahogany
F LDING IRON BEDSTE ADS,
A unique and rare assortauent of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK TABLES, such as must
lease the best juudges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands wiith Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A vslriety of fine
An unusually large assaortnment of
C .l: I. X L X-.
Comprising Solidl Mahogany sprinag bottom Rock
tg Chairs; Spcring bottom solid Mahogancy Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking anid Paruar
Cairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs ; Chil
airen's, Nurse's anid Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes anid Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureaus, .
Spool Stands, Birdi Cages,
Dough Pis, &c., &C.
This Stock. which comanjds the admiration of
al who have kindly visited my new Store: was, as
above stated, purchased on reasonable prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
I would here stt that circumstances, with which
all are well acquainted, renders It necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
hr to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examinatiodn of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
R ep a irin g, & c.
I contiue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, anud also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send ang your work and it shall be done in a
wo rkmcalike mannei.r.
- ibespceak a liberal share of public'patron
agac..3. 111. WNTT,
Jly 1, tf _ _ .. ._ 5 .
GR AY & TIEILEY have receiv,-d an.
other laree lot of fi Ribcbon-hconnm Bed
BLANKETS, 12-4, whichc are to be sold for4 a
pi. -ALSO -
~ ales Negro BLANKETS, White and Colored:
which will be sol very low.
-Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
NEW DRESS GOODS.
I RAY & TUTRLEY have just received
. b Iy express, a beautif'ul lot of Ladies' DR E*
r OODS, in DELAlNE~S, CASIllES, Valenein
i PAIDS, satin St.ripeda ancd Plain All-wool DE
L.NES, COBURtGS, POP'LlNS, SILKS, and
great aniy other hcandsomne styles of Dress Goods
wwich will be sold very low.
Augusta, Feb. 3,1I858 - i~ f 4_
1 IIOICE FRUIT---Just received a frosl
C a' sijply of fine A PPLES, OR A NGlCS, LEM
r.rN O.BAN ANAS, &c. For sale cheap by
E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
eb24 tf 7
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE takes
D this method of returning their thanks to
their friends and the public, for the liberal patron-4
age bestowed upon them; and respectfully an
nounce that they have removed their D R U G
S T O R E to No. 2, in the Odd Yellows' & Masonic
Building, where they will be pleased to see and
supply their friends and all those wanting
PURE DRUGS, XEDICIS, &c.
Of which they are constanuiv riceiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from the most reputable Drug Houses
in New York.
One or-botn of the u. no in the Store at all
times, day and night, and give personal attention
to carefully tiling prescriptionm and orders with
A continuance of the tiberAl share of trade
heretofore extended to thern is ;i'olicited, and'they
will exert themselves to merit it.
W They will further say to tuose indebted to
them, that they have never made a public call on
any one for money; but thev .ut NOW uvding
money VERY MUC i, and ir i in hopes that those
indebted will attend to th.-m soon, and prevent
them from iwing forced to te unpleasantnecessity
of publicly danning thoso i s& rears.
Edgefleld, Dec'29_ 61
To the Planter, Physician, Job
bing Trade and Pablic.
A. J. PELLETIERL & CO.,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, &.a
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A RE receiving their Stock of Goods for the'
Spring and Sumner Trade, and respeetfully
solicit your patronage, confident that they can
compete with any similar establishment South in
genuineness of quality and cheapness of price. .
EaINSTRUMENTS ordered according to di
P.PRESCRIPTION.-5 carefully compounded.
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.
Hamburg' Mar 8 3m 9
HOTEL FOR SALE.J
'U'119 CAROLINA 110TET, fr
merly known as the SPANN
iTIl"B, is now offvred for sale, and
will be offired on the most accommo
1:ting terms as to time.
This l'OTEL is situated it the most eligible po
sition in the Village, on the South siole ot Maie
Street, near enough to the Public Square for all
purposes, -and ,utliciently quiet and retired: and
his always, since its establishment as a Hotel, done.
a good biusin..s, and. will no doubt continue to do
so s long as well kept.
Any person desirous of entering into this busi
ness would do well to call and examein the
Connected with this Hotel are contmodious-Sta
,les, .mninaiing ove-r ,,ie hundred 'well-regulated
Stalls. Carriage llouze, Cri s, &c Also, good
L,ts for Drover's Stock, and a fine Gardrn, abcut
one acre in size, not surpassed by any. The whole
renmises contain about three aeres.
'The undersigned would not be induceed to oiier
this valuible propdrty wor sale, were it not for do-,
;ne.tie atlietiou.. Ile is unw dispoerd tp turn ,his
ant-nt.on ti soie other occupation.
F. M. NICHOLAS.
Edgfie-l.1, Oct 19 tf 4L
"Big Pig, Little Pig,
AM is in Town-not with a pocket tH 'of
Rocks-but MORE Git0CERIES thani was
ever seen this side of Jordas, consisting of
Powdered A., B & C. .Auscovado St. Crot*,
Crushed aned L~oaf SUGAt B
Old Government, Java, ',.h~tyra, Rio,'Cba ad'
Sugar Htie ide, rjeansSYR
Newrj daick, Spark ingOipiiwbi
addl$ ri,, Oarett and Maiaga.
1~) tard, & oO
Holr'd I,'Jmaiet. r.dNew ..ai~ 'EM'
WI8 Y iihS,..ach, Old Bu ei
tar, Wheat;- Tbrie .X. 'dimhle XXK lg.
ontain Rye- and Bedtitled Whfiskey; T
SEGA RS,.TOBACCO .iid SNUFF;" xe
Fie Family and Buexwhea.t FLOUR;
RICE and Maccaroni -
Butter, Cheese, I ard afams, Mess Pork;
Pickled ann smoked 4eef, Beef Tongues;
Oysters, Sardines, Saormon, Lobsters, Cod F'ish ;
Scada Btu-scrnit, Butter Crackers;
Pick,'. Preserves, tco~w Chow ;
CANDIE"s, te., a lars a .ssortment;
iws, Raismr., Citron, .2uirants ,Prunes;
Pard-se aurt P..can d-'sta, Almnonds;
Coca Nut,.. Filbertj.. Zoanhsh Walunts;
Leon'i,, Oratiges, bananas, Pine A pples'
Preserved Fruits, Btuidy Peaches and Cherries;
Gren Curna and Pea.- '.a Catns;
Pepper anldSpices of ill kinds;
Flav~rime Es~sencesO -.A esery kind ;
Worcetershire Saur.,. a tine article ;
'rAS, of eager'y desL.ptin-and, in shiort'eve
y thing else in the FawWy Grocery line.
S. E. MiuWEIIS, Agenst.
Hamurg, Dec 30 tf 61.
Sam will have it Pure.
H AVE this day received two larrels of pure
R.RY E W HISK'EY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped.
y Slr Cenn. direct frowm North Carolina. Some
f the niost-eminenit Physicians of Augusta pur
chase it for their use. For sale Iby
8. E. tOWERS, Agt.
N. B-On hand 25 Bbls. Key stone Mnnga
Hamburg, Marl 1tf 8
Boot and Shoe lIanufactury !
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs the cit.
1 . izens or Edgtefleld and particular his old
friends and patrons that he is still at hisold stand,
next the A dvertiser Office, with a good stock of
BOOTS AIND SHOES,
Embhracingt a fine variety of Gents' and Ladies
Walking sHiOE4, Fine Pump stoled, Welted and
Waterproof BOOTS which lhe will sell LOW FOR
C.SH. l,- is alsoi prepared to make to order the
inest article of Boots, rihoes and Gaiters that has
beea offered for sale in this market.
N. M~cEVOY, Agent.
3' N. B. An apprentied wanted to learn the
Boot and Shoe trade.
Mar 3 ly 8.
WT E arc the only Southern A gents for John
VWhiteside & Co's. celebrated UNDREIE
IISH LINENS. We would call the attentions of
Merchants and House Keepers, who arei in want
of a PURE Undressed Irish Linen, to the above
brand, which we wl11 sell by the yard, piece, or
case, at very low rates. DJCKEY & PHIBES..
Augusta, Ga., MarS8 tf 11
BYVirtue of an order from the Ordinary, I
Pshall proceed to sell at the late residence of
.J. .Trotter, deceased, on Thursday the 25th
nst., all the personal Estate of said deceased,'
FOURI LIKELY NEGROES,
Household and Kitchen Furilture, Plantatioir
Tools, Horses, Cattl.-, hogs, Sheep, &c.,anad many
ther articles too tedious to mention.
8. J. DYER, Adnm'or.
Mar 10 8t*
NOTIC E.-Tolled before me by John B.
MoIble, at the Circular Mills, on Shaw'sC
Creek, Edgelleld District, 9 miles East of Edweield -
C. HI., and 12 miles North of Aiken, a certain BAY
MARE, with both hind feet white, right eye out,
about 14 hands high, 9 or 10 years old. Appraised
at $35. SAM. POSEY, M. E. D.,.
'ar 5, 1858. 1m4m*
SILK CHENILLE~ SHAWLS.'
iRAY & TURLEY have a few exeed
12inwly handsome Silk Chenille SHIAWL8rjUt
r:ceived and for sale low.
Augusta, Feb. 31858 -f '.f
TSTA Note of hand for 10, daks 'bou'
Iithe 19th November, b- one4y Mfts ,
date-given by J. W. Pitts toth 'dain.'Al
persons are warned froom tradiag forsaail oeas
it has been settled. . SANIUELWE ,
D.ecn0,a -87 8t* -