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*INNER TO HON. M. L. BONAM.
THE CITIZENS of the Fourth Congessional
District and the State at large are respectfully in
vited to attend a PUBLIC DINNER, to be given
to our Representative,
MON. MILLEDGE L. BONHA,
at this place, on THURSDAY, the 2nd of Sep
#. S. TOMPKINS,
E.MiMET SEIBELS, Committee
J. B. GRIFFIN, of
LOUDON BUTLER I Invitation.
DR. J. W. HILL. J
Edgefleld, S. C., Aug. 18, 1858. 3t32
A meeting of the Bible Society of the Edge
fleld Baptist Association will be held with the
Pleasant Grove Church, commencing on Friday
before the fifth Sabbath in August. The intro
ductory sermon will be preached on Friday, 11
o'clock, A. M , by Rev. W. P. IILL.
B. F. CORLEY, Sec'ry.
Aug18 2t 1
From and after this date GRAIN may be ground
attmy Miils on any day. R. T. MIMS.
June 14, tf 23
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, I. F. M.
A Regular Communication of this
Lodge will be held at their NEW
ILA LL, in the Odd Fellows & Mu
sonic Building, on Saturday evening,
the 21st Aug., at 7 o'clock.
E. BLAND, W. M.
D. R. DuassOE, See'ry.
Aug 18 It 32
T ]E PALRIMETTO FIRE COMIPA
NY will hold a meeting in the Masonic &
Odd Fellows' Hall, on Thursday evening the 19th
inst., at 8 o'clock. A punctual a'tendance is de
sired. By order of the President.
M. LEBESCIULTZ, Sec'y.
Aug18 it 32
T HE Firm of I. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
was dissolved on the 2nd inst., by mutual
consent. All peri.ons having demands against us
will present them for paymnt. All those indebt
ed to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as possible. as further indulgence will not
be giin. H. L. CU.ANINGIIAM & CO.
Hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public.
H AVING sold cut our entire interest in the
firm of H. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
mer partner Mr. HENRY NlOLOMON, wre take
pleasure in recommending himl to our old eusto
mers and friends. We are thankful for the liber"l
patronage we have received, and solicit a conitinu
suce of the same for our successor.
I. L. CUNNINGIIAM,
G. C CUNNINGHlAl.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug .1, '58. 61m32
300 AORES PINEY WOODS LAND
T HE Subscriber is desirous of selling his VAL
UaBL TRACT OF LAND, containing
Three hundred acres of
. Firt Quality Pine Land,
lying immediately on the Hamburg & Edg, fleld
Plank Road, 7 miles from Edgefield C. I , and
bounded by lands of Benj. Bettis and others.
There is on the premises an old but comfortabile
Dwelling, the usual out houses, a good new Gin
llouse and Screw, &c. The best of water is one
of its superior advantages, as it abounds in the
greatest conveniene~ throughout the, Tract.
This place is susceptible of the highest im
provement. Thte land under cultivation is p~ro
dnctive, and well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &c.
About 130 Acres of this Tract are cleared, a
portion of which is new ground-whilst the re
miainder is wvell-timbered woodland.
Thoso wishing to make a fine investment, and
at the same time buy a good home, will do well
to call on the subscriber at an early day.
Price reasonable, and terms accommtodating.
THIOS. SWE ARENGIN.
Aug 8tI 32
T HE subscriber, wishing to remove to the Vi'
Slage, for greater convenienee to business.
offers his WELL IMPROVED PL ACE for sale,
situated three miles West of Edgefkild Court House,
on the A bbeville Road.
My place is in the neighiborhooud of Major .Joh-,
11. H ughes, Jas. L. Hill, Mrs. Ilagood and ..ohn'
11I. Hlollingsworth, most exeellent neighbots.
'1 hose wishing to purehase will please call on the
Terms of sale will be made very accommodating.
G. W. LANDRUM.
A ugust 18, tf 32
ON the first Monday in Sepitenuber next, I will
~.Ysell at public Sale, at Edgehield Court flouse,
to the highest hidder, two Negro Slaves, to wit:
AMlAND.A, a likely young woman, ubout twenty
years old, and FA NNY, a valuable woman about
h thirty-five years old. Said slaves are beth very
valuable, and will be sold under a Mortgage, which
has been assigned to mei, executed by Lewis Covar,
on the 27th day of December 1850.
C. B3RIJCE WA LKER,
Per E. Szaa.es, Agent.
Auog. 18. 3t 32_
M. ILK.-I amt prepared to furnish the Village
..with GOOD RIC11 MILK, at 10 ets. a quart.
Aug. 18 tf 32
N OTICE.--AIl persons having claims against
the I.state of William Logue, dec'd., are
hereby requested to present theta properly attest
.ed ; anid all persons indebted to said gtate must
make immnediate payment. -
E. H1. YO UNGBLOOD, Adm'r.
Aug 18 tf 32
STATlE 0OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B Y WV. F. DURISUE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
*Whereas, II. M. Tralb~ert, bath applied to me
for' betters of A dministration, on all and singular the
gooids and chattles, rights and credits ufJ hhex Ui.
TIalbert, late iof thie Dar~r.ct af-'read, deeatsed.
Trhese are, thiereforc, to cite and adnmomik all and
singular, the kindred andl creditors of the said deceas
ed, to lie and appear before me,at our next~rdinary's
Court for thie said [District, to be hlen at Edge-fiid
C. II., on the 23rd day of A uszunt inst., to show
causle, if any, why the said admninistration should inct
Given under my band and etal, thi... 9th 'ay '.
Auguns: in the year of our Lord ione ti on.d eth
hundred and fifty-eight, arid in the83d year oh A net,
can Independence. W. F. ODCII SOE, O. F. D.
A ILL persons indebted to the Estt of Mrs.
M~. Iary Burt, dleceaised, are request. d to tmake
payment, and thosec having demands namst th.e
same, will please p~retent them in due formi with
otut delay. W. T. SCuTT, Adm'or.
Aug. 11 . tf 31
MOTICE is h~ereby given that application will
.L be made by t~te Town Council of flamburg,
S. C., to the general A s-emubly at its next session,
for an ametidmetnt of its charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1858 tf 31
N OTICE I.4 HEREBY GIVEN that appli
cation will be made at the next tsessin of
the f.cgis!atutre, to vest in B. F. L-mndrtum all the
right, title and interest, of Christian BreithiatPt,
dec'd., or of his heirs, in and to the Tract of
Land lately occupied biy Bartlett W. lant her,
dec'd., devised to hinm by his father Jiohn Hlatcher,
dec'd., said land having been eschneated to the
State of South Carolina.
July 21 1 Snt* 28
~TRA YED from my plhiee on Big Creek, about
Sthe 22nd inst., a Mouse Colcured M AUli
MULE, branded on the shoqilder with the letter
V.--Aiso strayed at the same time a small BAY
Any information of them will be thankfully re
ceived, aaid the informer conmpensated.
W. P. BUTLER.
3dg.At e T. TI S. C. Junne 30 if 26
WRIGHT & ALEXANDER,
Globe Hotel Building, Broad St.
INVITE the attention of Planters to tl.edr large
and complete assortment of
Now in Store, embracing Schley's BEET GOODS;
Virinia KERSIYS and PLAINS, of superior
weiaht and quality, manufactured of domestic
wool. Aho, Viruinia FULLED PLAINS, a most
OSNABURGS, Georgia STRIPES;
Marlboro PLAIDS and STRIPES;
Plaid LINS EYS-a superior at ticle;
Heavy FL XNNELS for servants.
Together with a full assortment of'
Fancy and staple Goods!
We invite an examination of our Stock. Our
Goods will be found as represented.
1irPrices reasonable, and terms accommoda
Augusta, Aag 18 6t 32
J. ANSLEY & SON,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LARD, FLOUB, GRAIN, &c.
ILL give strict attention to the Sale and
Purchase of Merchandise, Flour, Grain,
and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
By strict personal attention to business, we hope
to secure a liberal patronage from the citizens of
Edgefleld and.the adjoining Districts.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
Liberal cash advances made on Cotton and other
Produce when desired.
Augusta, Aug is 3m 3
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO.,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
(C 1ONTINU K as heret.f.,re, in connection with
their Grocery business, to attend to the sale
of COTTON and other Produce.
They will be prepared in the Brick Fire-Proof
Warehouse, now in process of erection in the rear
of their store, at the intersection of -Jackson and
Reynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
ments made theni.
Ljf Liberal eash advances made on Produce in
store when requested.
TIIOMAS .1. JENNINGS,
Augusta, Aug 1Gilm
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GA.,
T lIE NEXT ANNUAL COURSE of Lectures
in this Ins:ittition will begin ott the first
itlonday in Noveunber nexi, with an
ntrothictor. I.ecture by Prof. .1 os Es.
Emeritus Prof. of A natomy-Q. M. NEW TON,
A natomr, -if. F. CAM1 PB E LL, M. D.
Surgerv.-L. A lIGAS, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmiiacy-JOS JONES, M. 1).
Institutes and Practice-L. D. FORD, M. D.
Physio'ony and Pathological Anaorny-HI. V.
bl. MILLENR. M1. 1).
Materia Medica, Therapentics and Medical Ju
risprudence-I. P. G.\RVIN, M. D
D)eIon0strator of Anatomy-ROBERT CANIIP
BELL;, M. D.
Assikstat tDemons'rator-S. D. &IMM0N., M. D
P'roseetor to, the Professor of Surger-ll. WV.
D. FOR D.M D.
Curator of~ Museunm-T. P. CLE AVEL AND.
Tickets for the whole Course..........0& 00
Matrieniation (to he taken onic.)...... 5 00
Practical A atmy (to be takeun onace) 10 00
For fuarthe~r infotnmation, appily to any member
f the Faculty, or to the undersignedl.
I. P. GARYIN, Dean.
Aug. 11, 1858 6t 31
EFFERS & COTHRANS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WAILL continue the F aet orag e an d
VConaaiuNssiOn Businmess in this City.
(their Ollice on Central Wharf) where they will
e pleased to give strict attention to Lhe sale of
COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, &C.,
r to any business entrusted to thetr care. Will
uy Goods or family supplios to ord.-r,
Cotnmissionts for Buying or Selling will' he 21
er cent. /
They take this opportu'ty of returning their
banks to their friends andi patronts for their libe
ral paatroniage, andi respectfully solicit a continu
ne of the same. II. L. JEFFERS.
W. S. COTIIRAN,
Charleston, Jtuly 10, 1858. '2m 27
LAWTON & Mc~NEIL,
Pactors & Comanislsiont Mcehaiuts,
24 VENDIUE RANGE, Axn 17 ACCOM MO
'DA10N WIA RF,
Agent~s for Defluru's P'hosphate of Lime, and
ibearly's Animaia Comptlost or Cereal Fertilizer.
gi Consiganenis of Produtce solicited.
WV. S. LAWTON,
July 13 1858 tf 27
NEW GOODS FOR 1858 !
PRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
[ A~l now receiving my Spring supptlies of Dry
I.Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., which, in point ofI
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods ofrered by the merchants of IUamburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods,
f the most fashionabale styles and of all qualities.
lso, a fine assortment of seasonable Goods for
Gentleanenl and Youth's Wear.
Also, a large variety of'
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C.
In the G ROCERY line I am prepared to ofher
uch inducetments as muttst, please may cuistomers.
y stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBA CCO, SEGA RS,
SNUFF, WVIN E S, BR ANDIES, P U RE
gg Come and look at my Stock.
. L. hARMON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 * tf 11
I ANA^A f**m 'he Subs'riber's mother,
'about the 1st April last, his likely luuiLto
oy RICHIlC)N D, ab~out 21 years ohi. antd about
5 feet 7 or 8 inches high.. H is color is tolerable
bright andl his htair p~retty straight, antd wore
when he leit am moustache, Hie is intelligetnt and
toerably quick spoken. lie has beetn raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-room servanit
and goo~d ostler.
It is sup1posed he is lurking about some of the
seighborinag cities,-either Hfambumrg, Aumgumsta,
Ch~arletoza or Columbia. The above reward will
~e paid for his apaprehensimn anod delivery in atny
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerninig him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June'23 tf 24
irTce A nausta Constitutior~alist and Charles
tonNercury will pleaso copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgelield C.
1!., 5. C.
NTOT ICE is htereby given Lhat application will
.Lbenmade at the r.ext ss'on of the Legisla
atur, for a ( harter for a Road to rum from the
LuI.eran Church, on Edisto, to intersect the Co
hmbia Road at or near Col. John Hluiet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefield Village.
May 5 -3m 16
FLOUJR AND CORN MEAL-Canm be
Ihad at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kipsa, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb.3 - tf 4
N OTiCE is hereby given that appllication
will be made at the next Session of the Leg
islatr'- to incorporate Iarmony Methodist Epis
A u. g 3m 20
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
W M. H I L L,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
IT OULD inform his friends .
SV and all who may be trad.ing '
to this Market, that he still con
tinues to keep a FULL and well
selected Stock of Goods in the
above line, and solicits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any ar
ticles he keeps, assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchasur
in quality and price, feelinz confident that he can
vell his Goods on as Reasonable ternas as
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA.
His Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
largely by recent purchases from the BEST Manu
facturers. His Stock is such that almost every one
can find some article on their list of wants, and on
such terms as cannot fail to please-amongst %hich
is a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sizes, of the bcst brands, in
cluding all sizes of SPIKES, Also, English and
American Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon qnd Wrought
Nails, all sizes. a
Nail RODS and Sheet and Uoop IRON;
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrated
make of Broad, Chopping and Hland AXES,
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand SAWS, all kinds;
Hammers, Chisels, Augers, Drawing Knives,
Adzes, Gimblets, Brace and Bitts, Mill, Hand Saw
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Setts,
Compasses, 11ollow Augers and Bitts, Gauges,
Planes of every description, Plane Bitts, and every
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every description.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, Sledge, Hand
and Shoeing Hammers, Rasps, Drills, Tongs,
&c., ll of the best manufacture. Great
care having been taken in the selection
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
His Siock of Pocket and Table Cutlery is complete
and quality unsurpassed --amongst whiei can
te found full Setts of Toble Culery, of
Joseph Rodgers & Saons celehratd
manufacture; Pocket and Pen
Knivces all patterns and qual
itiesi; fine Iazors. Seis
s.ors, Shears, &e.
Also, a great variety of
S'M A L L W A R E S,
Suchas Pins, Needle, Port Mnies, llair 11rushes,
Combs, 'aper Envelopes, Pens, Peneik, &o.
Guns, Pistols. &e.
On hand a Oice lot of G tns and Pistols of the
linest quality-Colt's, Adanis' and i iean's and
others make of limepaters, seif-coieking.
Also, an assortnient of P'ocket listu!s,
Percussion Caps, Shot Itelts,
Powder Flasks, Game lBagg,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
His Stock of Phuilding nierial swill lie found com
ilete, consisting in part of Loeks. llinges,
Screws, Window Fastenings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till. Pad, Trunk and
Light and Hlcavy Castings.
Always on hand a line assirtinit of light nu
heavy Castings, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Ket
tls, Well Whes, Wilihe Irons, &v.- ;
Farmer's Boilers, CauldIroins, Wagon
ilexes, Sadi irons, Fire Dogs,
Shovel nad Tongs.
Cooking and Hieatintg Stoves,
A LL P.\TTERNS AND SZ ES.
Wagon Chains, till kinds, Log Countinaued. Halter
atnd Trrace Chaiins, Spandes and shovels, H ay
Forks, Crockery and Glass Ware, &c.
Also, mtnufacturer of all kind, of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware !
All are earnestly solicited to call and examiae C
fr themselves. And you will findl it ereatly to
your intereset to patronize your old Edgefiebal D)s n
trict eitiz-n. .'WMl. NILL.
Uamburg, Oct 28 tf 42
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERIES!
rj IE Subscriber is now receiving andl opening
.a VERY C11O1CE STOCK of well selected
To whi~ch lie begs leave to invite the attention of
Planters iin want of Choice Supplies, lie maty be
found in the lBlockr of Buihelings fornmely occupied
by GKORGE RO.BIN-;.)N as a liardware Store.
My course will be to adopt the old maotto,
"A nintbie Penuny is better timani a
Slow Shilling !"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar- I
St. Croix SUG A R.;
New Orleans, old praevss, SUG.\R;
"new " do.
Stuart's A. 13. and C. Seft do.
"(A) Crushied do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugar IIouse SYP.UP;
New Orleans do.
Cuba .\OL ASSES ;
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio da,. superior;
English Dairy and Cnshaen CHIEESl t
Choice Old HIRANDY and hilmlaind GIN ;
Jamaica and New Enazlandl RUM;.
John Gibson's XX tand XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee WVH 15K EY ;
CONFECTIONA 1RIES and PICHiLES:
MACKEREL1, SA LMON anal SA RDINES;
Superline FLOUR, &c., &c.t 1
A Frosh supply of ORANGES and APPLES; j
Together with many' other articles tooi tetdious to h
mention. THOS. KERNAGNIAN. (
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 aiid 2 '
MlACKEREL in Kitts, j and ft Bbls; pi
Buckwheat FLOUR, No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGA RS;
MACCARLONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS;
25 D3bls. Fresh Thiomastoin LIME ;
H aniburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
Iouse, Sign & Orinmeiinl Painiting !
r PllK Subscribers take ple'asure in annouineing to
.the citizens of Edhgelield Ditirict, that they
are now prepiared to do aill work entrusted to them
in the I ne ofl.'
HOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
To all who may be ladeasedl to favor us with their
patrna:ge, we proiste to give e'ntire sati-factiaa..
All woark enatrustead to us shall be excuted with
despatch atnd in a workmianiiike iner.
Our teriis will be reasonatble. For further par
tiu'rs call (in u-s at lEligeed C. 11.
gy Ir:i'atLcNi-Caipt .Ias 1H. Gini'sr, and Cen.
W. C. Mlon~oxE, of this l.istr'et.
RICll & PAUl'.
Ju'y 21 1858 3m 2
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
C HI R I S T I E & H U R LB E R T.
TIIE Susribers oifl'r faar sale at the old stand
of R.1.Sullivan, a C110ICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
and all other arties in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep their Ilouse supplied
with the IIEST ARTICLES, from the IIEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASI, or for good paper on.
CAIR1.GF.S and !!UGGIES of every des
eriptiotn wall be furinishaed to order on short notice.
A pril 22 tf 15
N OTICE--All persons indlebted to me will
ind their Notes in the hanads of Mir. William
Spires oif IHaniburg-and to save cost they iiust
settlc before return day of next Octobe'r Co.urt.
WM. C. BEWLEY.
Ilamburg, A ugust 4, 1658 3t 30
NOTICE.-The Debtors and Creditors of
Wmn. Fvy, D~eceased, are hereby notified to
meet me in the Ordinary's Oilice at Edgefield C.
II., on the 2nd Mondany in October nex', as a final
settlement wiad be made on the" Estate ati that time.
E. N. FOY', Adm'or.
Au.. 4,185 91 30
1858 SPRING EXPOSITION!. 1858.
OF FIRST CLASS STAPLE AND FANCY
Bilks, Grenadines, Bareges, Challies, Mus
lins, Embroideries, Hosiery, Linens.
and Domestic Goods,
And the usual line of Goods kept in a first class
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will find in our ex ensive stock the great
st assortient, in each of te above departments,
ver exhibited in Augusta. Our great facilities
or obtaining GOODS from-Auction and large Im
jorters, are such as to ensure our customers that
hey may make their purchases from us at the
rcry lowest prices;- and many leading articles
unch below the market viue.
Our Northern, Eastern and European Corres
orlents will send us weekly throughout the sea
on, all that is New,Novel and stylish, in lie way of
Dress Goods and Einbroideries.
Our House claims the especial attention of Stran
ers and Visitors, as only one ptice is asked, and
.11 Goods are marked in plain figures; therefore,
nexperienced purchasers are nos over charged. -
Ladies will alvays receive kind. and courteous
ttention-it will afford our salesmen pleasure to
how Goods. DICKEY fr PIIBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Agents for John White
ide & Co's ee'ebrated IRISH LINENS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
ICEEY & PINIDBS, Augusta, Ga.,
have ju-t opened ONE CASE
Which they tire closing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FIXE FRENCIH MUSLINS,
At Twelve and a HaUl Cents per Yard.
Augusta, June 14 tf 2.1
MANUFACTURER AND DEALIR IN
Broad Street, Augausta, Ga.,
his on hand a large and varied steek of all kinds of
AND FANCY IMPORTFD
FOREIGN AN) DOMKSTIC
F IR U I TS,
P C.-K L ES,
P R E S E R V E S,
CATSUPS ANi SAUCES,
L QU OR S,
Of all kinds. East Eavana and American
&ec., &c., &ec.,
WIIICII IE WIlA SRLL
Whoicsale and Retail,
t tht lwt prices, and on liberal ternis.
lartieu'ar attention giv. n to orders.
A ugusta, .luily 28, 1858____3m 29
CLARKE & ROYAL,
DEA LRERS IN
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.,
~AV E always en hand a LARGE and GOOD
LStoek of EVhE RY VAR IETY. .In our as
rtmenmt may be founid all qualities, from the cheap
it to the finest articles.
We will use all eundeavoO to ple.ase those who
sy favor us with a catl.
We will have on hand a large lot of PLANTA
'ON USROGSANS and 10!8E SERVANT
1101ES, some-of which will be~ as good as the best.
A gusta, Aug. 4, ?858 2m 30)
M. P. ST 0YVA LL,
WAlEHt.USE AND COMMISSION
' CONTINUE~S the bumsiness in /
gtl its~ branches, in his large and ____
anniiixbous Fire P roof Warehouse, onu Jackson
ret. near the GlIobe lotel.
Orders tor Goodls, &e , promptly and carefully
The usual Cash facilitts afforded customers.
Augusta, An2 4 38m*
WJLLlMI II TUTT,
W\IIOLJESA L E
R E T A I L
(Opposite Augusta Hotel,)
II AS in store a very extensive stocek of PUTRE
LDRiiGS, FA MILY and PLANTATION
[EDICINES, PA INTS, OILS, W I N D 0 W
ILASA, &c., the quatlity and price of whi,.h he
'arants equal to any in the South. A call from
urchsrs is respeerfully solicited.
He has now on band
G00 Ounces Sulph. QUININ Ei,
50 Lbs. CIILUR OVORID,
50 Onnees MOR~IllNE1,
100 Lbs. TLTUkK11Y OPIUM,
10 Rh~s. No. I CA STOR OI L,
2,000 Li's E1PSOM S.\ LTS,
500 Ga!s. LINSlED OIL,
12 Doz',. .I ACOWPS CORDI.-IL,
60 " M U(TST ANG LINlMENT,
2 4' MIEDI)CiNE CIIIESTS, for Fanmilies
12 loz Ba-rhanve's lIolnd BITERS,
12 " Seallenberg~us FAver and Ague
12 tie.. Osgordl's Itndia CII0LAGOGUTE.
A ugusta, July 2S, 18-,8 3m 29
W E HEAVE .JUST RECEIVED a
very large assortment of
RENCIl WVORKED) COLL \RS
swiss AND -IACONET DAND$.
SWISS AND .I ACONET TRIMMINGS,
SWISS AND JACONET FLOUNClNO.S,
lain and Emh'd LINEN COLL ARS.
Lare assortment Plain and Emb'dJ.. C. H DKFS,
Rich Chantilly LACE VEILS, new styles.
Rich Silk and Lace MtANTILL AS;
Rich Organdie MUTSLINS;
WIIITI D RILLIANTS;
Plain and Check NAINSO0KS;
These O00'DS having been recently bouaht at a
wreat reductioni on thne market price, will be soldt
uorrespondinaly low, and a portion of them hav
in~g been botuht of the manufactumrer about 50 per
cent less than they could have been bought at any
sut~ion sale. they wilt be sold lowver than the same
rinality o.f GOODS have ever been ofib'red at, in is
eity. hur stock is otheorwise well assorted, and
nifers rare attractions in the way of LOW Pil
CES. All of which we will be pleased to exhibit
st our ONE .PR ICE STOR E.
BROOMY & NORRELL.
Augusta, Ga , June 30 1858 tf 25
NTOTICE.-All persons indebted to the Es
? tate of John Kirksey, dee'd., are hereby
timely warned to make payment forthnwith;- and
ttosehaving claims against the Estate are notified
to render them in, properly attested, at an early
day. E. P. U. KIRKSEY, acting Ex'or.
n.. c3n0e f 61
Edgefield Female Collegiate
T HE Exercises of this Institute were resumed
on the 2nd day of August, under the man
MISS A. J. R'. MEARS, PRINCIPAL.
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of five months t ach. The Urst Session will end
on the 16th July. The second will pommenee on
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department, Includinu Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,........... ......$12,50
In the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Naturil Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,.......20,00
French (Extra) per session.............10,00
In the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session.........25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Session ..... ............10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Fes 10,00
Embossed Embroidery, " 10,00
Tufing, ." 10,00
Hair Work, " 10,00
Grecian Painting, " 10,00
Oriental Paititing, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, ' 5,00
Students of Music on the Piano will lie charged
$3 per Session for u e of Piano, to pay expense of
eeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session to
lefray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
LVfTuition bills due and payable at the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vdeal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
i necessary part of every young lady's education,
ence singing is made a part of the regular exer
ises of the Institute, and the whole School will he
-ercised in Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
At the close of the year a Cat-digne will he pub
ished cmbr.,eing the names of all the pupils iii at
t'ndance during the year, with an engraving of the
nuildings and premises.
Edgefield, S. C., A ug 11, 1858. tf 31
Kings Mountain Military Schools
Major M. JENKINS,
Capt. A COWARD, I
HE Exercises of this School will he resumed
'on the 1st day of eptenher, 1858.
rerms for next Session of four Months..........80,00
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Letters of Application directed to tho Prinei
ials, care of Cait. A. Coward, Charleston, S -C.,
iii to Scliteiber Ist.
Ang. 11, 1858 2t 31
TiE Exercise of this institution will le con
. ductled under the superin:endante of the
bitsc'riber, this year; md he trusts, by strict
.tention to lupils committed to his care ti give
atisfaction to paretis, and advance the pupils as
'apiily as pomsible.
Hates of Tuuitioa.
1st Class-Orthography, Rteading and
nd Cla.4-Primary Geography antd the
rd Class-The above studies with English
th Chss-The same with Algebra and
Gonmetry, . $20.00.
atin and I'-renchi, $25 00
Altho~ughl it is dlesiraimi that pupils should begin
itlh the first rof the quarter, still, pupils will be
eecved at all times, and charged only for the
iroportion of the timne of the session remiainitng.
Mt. B. WARDb.
April 14 ly 14
'IE Exercises of the First Session will be
clored on the 8th inst. After a 'ece.<s of two
reeks, they will be resumed on the 26th inst.'
J AS. HI. MORRIS, Prin.
July 7 tf 26
FIlE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
Sgreatselentile medienl discovery, and is dalyv worktng
-Leures, atmost to,, great to believe, it cures as if' by nmag
. even, the lirst doseo giving benefit, and seldmin more than
Ee botlie i:.rtuire'd to ettre any kind of Liver Complaint,
r.m: thme worst .t,indhe orF) ypepjslia to 0 commoniuf hend
che, all 1 of tu tienre the rieult of a dilsenede Liv er.
Te liver is one' of tthe prh~Inlclipa regulators of the
umnnito luity, andt when, i performns Its functions well
e pomwers of tthe a' tem are futlty de'veloled. rTe
l,,:imneh1 is tOit enitirely de~ ..pendient in I tie h~e:tthy
elotn of the~ Liver fur the plropler pe'rthrunnttee ot ils
m~utIns. W hen the stiumt neh' at is at l'autt. the bioli
re L radt, atnd the, whole system, s, fltre rs ain conis:
nen*ce of oneu organ-the' .t. Liver- havintg eentse'tiito
t, its duty. For the dlisens~ es of that oirgani, one ofth
ririt'urs has' inadte It hits studty, in a piratice. of
tore than twety yeafrs, to findIsomueremuety wthere
l tlh to enunternet the manty derange'tnents t
rihd It Is liable.
To pirove that tis re m'~tedy is at last found, tany
irsnu truuble'd with Liv e r Coinpinint, i n a ni y
(t ts f-,rm,iw has biut to try a t hottle, andi convictitn is
m upotlud hats been, foirmed by dis~'lvintg gumas
ndtu extraictlig that paurt L-whuieh is soulubtle for the in'
ee virltes ouf the mealtt'' eine,. 't'hese gui renIioret
it tmorbid or hadu mniter f rom thg~ system,, sup~ily
g ini tt~rhteirpien henlhy M tow _of bite, in vigoratitig
g a radtientt eure witthut n nm y oft thie dhiagr'eenle
lter effects, felt lby using 'aluitnet or 3tin~eral P'm
on thant Is utsunily resir tel toi.
Oe ,tose after enitg iW stutlcientt to relIieve ihme
tomnehcl, andi prevenit the ( .todt front riling and sour
Onl~iy one dose taken before retirilig, prevents
Oly one do.se ltaken tt - night loosenls the bowels
Oni " !e taken, after velh " mienl will eure Dyspepsia.
ElfOnet dosew of two ten sponsful will always re
xv Sick Ilenudneher.
Oe bottle takeni for fe innxle ob~struc'tion. removes
e nutse of the dis'es'. inut ma~ke'saperfect eurei.
Oly one dlose immed'xi a___itety reltieves Chohei, while
On'dose, oftxn relm'nte.' Is ua sure cure 6,r Chl
tra Morbuns, and a tire - ventn~tive of Cholern.
One iltse, takeni mith.. will ptrevenit thte recuirre'nce
if itlous Attneks, whIle it relieve.s all painfrul f'eel
j.?T Otnly one boltle Is neededu tothrow nut of the
ysem: the 'effet's of ,r.edli e~ ine tter a hong siekniess.
Otte bottle taiken for J ,ntudice, re itnovies all
~elwess o r unutaural (6 color fromt the skin.
Otte d.tse takent a short limie henltre enting gives vigor to
t appetite, antd tunkekus .uld digesl wllt.
Otte uto, iflen repen'it'ed. eure's Chiroi liinxrrbn"iiinm its
rirst forms. whtile suzinmetr antI bowel comp~tlaits yichi al
nost o the lirnt dohe.
One ior t wit ioses eures atlncks enusedi tiy wvorms, while for
ivrs in chcildrent, the're i.s ni surer, safer tir specedier retm
dvi itn thme worl, n-s It neveor fails.
There is no extiggeratimn int tese stateents:i they itre
lix sober rneta, that we cenn give evlhince to prve whtile
itt wo' use It are giving their unmantimuou te'stition in its
exi'r taket infimite ple'nsure in reecnimendhingthsmden
as a preventtive for Pever andi A gue, Chill 1"ever, andi aiii
-e'eru of a ilious type. It operntes with certity. and
h ti~ousnsare illinig to) testif'y to its wondelxrf'ul irtue's.
Amntg the hund,,redls of Liver llx'tediehs now offe'redm to
h utblic, titere nre noneit we enn so highly reenmmtetnd us
in. SANFOi r)S INVlGO vrT i, set genemrnly kntownt
ttiw thtroughout th.. Uminton. ThIs primrafittin t5 truly a
Liver ltnvigtrnttr, pirioducig thec tntst happy results otn nal
ivho use It. Ahtnttst lnnmetxrnble' certitlente's hatve beeno 'v
. 't tm thme gre'at vir'tui of this tm'dic'itne by thos' of thex ht gh
ot stndinltg hii si'tyi' anid we knoiw It tim bhei bestl piri't
.Proprietors,31 xli iroatwny, Ne'w Yitrk.
rg"fITor salte at Edlgetlehlt C. HI. by G. L. PEN4N, Agent.
Jtne 6, 195. ly y
Bacon and Lard.
J UST rece'ivemd a large supply oi'f ACON SIDES,
SH1OU Ll)ERS andi 11 A SS, oif supterioir quali
ty, which is oflere'd for sale at V ERY LOW lFIG
RES. Please enlI and exaumine thxis fine flacon
btfore purchasing elsewhiere.
Alsto, 1000 Lbs. LBA F L.ARD, in .Tars.
G. L. PENN, Agt.A
T' HJE Subscriber havimn purchased that excel
Ilent and well-fittedI out Brick Yard. long
knono :s t~he Simikins' Yarmd, has jutst mtade andl
thiorotugly burnt 100,000 CHOIC E BRICKS,
whmich will bie sohld ont reasonablle terms. A con
sueralie discount allowed for the Cash.
HI. D). CR00OKER.
A pril 21 1858 ~ - f __ 5
OTJI !--Al lwrsons inehbtedl to the Es
Ntate of Geoirge MlD. 1earr... are requ ste.d
to take jitntedliate se.ttle~ment ; and those having
denands agaitmst the Estate will please present
them forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. II. KIRKSRY, A d'or.
Jan. 6, .-.52.
XOTICE-All having claIms againut the
.L Est-te of Levi Bledsoe, dee'd., are notified
to render them ini properly attested; and those
indebted to said Estate must pay up forthwith.
LEWIS BLEDSOE, Adm'or.
M The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State enate at the Qnsuing election.
g- TuE Friends of WILLIAM GREG0, Esq.,
respectfully announce him.as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
gW TuE Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for the State
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 #to* 11
gg The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the Ntate Legislature at its next Session.
ggTus Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elee- I
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gWTnz Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
ion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gWEj are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
4idate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
gg The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUMI
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a I
seat in the next Legjslature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
0- We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate 1
for a seat in the House of Representatives at the
April 7 to 13 t
E7 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
hin as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
II. ItOULTWA RE,
V. W. SALE,
ROBERT ). BItYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
For Tam. Colleetal.
T. J. WIIITAKfER,
E. W. HORN,
CHAS. M. MAY, . v
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
STA RLINUI TURNER,
M. W. LYLES,
D. L. TURNER.
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
l. C. B UTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofice in Law Range,
EDGEFIELD C. IH., S. C.
May 15 tf * 2
CARIROLL & TOMPRINS,
H.\VIE this day formed a Partnership for the a
PRILACTICE of LA W and EKQUITY. ']
JL.P. CARl-lOLL, i
. WV. TO.1PKINS. tl
Edgeflk, A-ay 15, tf 25
P ar tn er shkip.
1ESRS. GARY & DOZEER have
.Ythis day formed a Partnership fur the Prae- e
ie. of LAW andi EQUITY. ..
One or the other at all times in their Officee, near f
the Court I louse.
. W. GAav. JAMEs A. DoZIiza.
Edgefild, June 9 tf 22 .
HE Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRAC [ICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will Mive prompt and dili
ent attention to all businecss entrusted to Lheir I
Thle residecnce of Mr. OwExs is at Barnwell C.
i--that of Mr. bEIBELs at ifdgefield, S. C.
_ ay 20 tf 20
B. GRIFF~IN, Attorney at L \W and
K) Solicitor in EQUITY, will atten1l punctually
to all busine~ss entrusted to his care.
lie may be found at all times eithecr in the Office
of the Comamissioner in Equity, or in his Uwn I
11ic immediately in rear. of the Court House.
EDGEFIED C. II., May 19,Z 1 -8 t
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
Attorn.OY at .aw,
WIA ILL attend promptly to all business iplaced
Vin his hands.
rVOttice at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
May 10 tf 19
P H Y S I CI AN,
WILL attend promptly to all business of the
profession entru.-tedl to his care.
OFCE, Edgefield C. U., S. C.
April 0 188 - tf 13
CHEOPLASTI0 PROCESS <
r HIt $ubweriher having furnished himself withs
.a license to use this N EW PROClbSS of
INSERTING ARTIDICIAL TEETH, e
Is now ready to serve all who may need uch, with I
an assurance of a maore perfect adaptation, and a
loser resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be reaized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity, clanliness, freedom fromt all taste, or galvanie
Lntion, durability, comfort and security, are
among thme advantages claimed for -this SUPEltI0R
mode f setting Artilicial Teeth.
June 241, if_ - - _ _f 2- 4
T O S. .1. & C. II. M O ISE,
sUCCESsORS TO LEE & MOISE,
INo. 7, Hlaynle %I~reet,
* CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly ____ --___
I, H. STEARNS & Co.,
osissionI Dealers ina Evecrytha~g
U SE F UL. -
Special attention given to BUYING, SE LLING
and REPAIRING MACHiNERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanic's Bank, Augusta,
Juno 15 1y 23
Boot and Shoe Notice.
r 'E Stubscriber continues to have
.made, on the shortest notice, and in
ti e bst nintmler, th., finest and most sub
antial BOOTS and sHOES.1
All orders lett at his Shop will he promptly at
tnded to. C. M. (GR AY or myself will be found
at all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
No work to leave the shop without the knowledge
r the subscriber or my A gent, C. M. GR AY.
i Shop opposita.B. J. Ryan's Livery Stable.
E. 11. YOUNGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
New -Cheap Goods.
TIE Subscriber is now receiving at his Store a
.FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, to
which he respretfullly invites 'he attentton of his
friends and customers.
g Thankful for past favors, he solicits a eon
tnuance of the same. JU .CAK
Col Spi,S. C. April 21 1858 tf 15
Bound for the West I
T HE Subscriber Intending to re
move West the first of Decem
ber, offers for safe hIs valuable pLn
Three Hundred & Fifty-Six Abies,
Lying on Horn's Creek, four and a half miles
South of Edaefield C. H. On the premises Is a
momfortable Dwelling House, and a plenty of out
buildings of every kind in good order. 4
The location is remarkably healthy. The neigh
orhood is as desirable as any person could wish.
As to the quality of the Land none surpasses it
in the country for the production of Cotton and
3rain of all kinds.
There is forty acres of splendid bottom land,
nest of which has been drained, and not subject
o overflow. The place is well watered, every
eld containing a sufliciency of running % ater all
casons af the year.
If needed, Stock of all kinds, crop of Corn,
odder and Farming utensils tan be purchased
ith the place.
If you want to purchase come and look for
ourself as I intend to sell. Terms made easy to
mn approved purcha.er.
J. L. ADDISON.'
Aug4 tf 30
SPLENDID Tract of LAND, twelve miles
West of Abbeville C. H., containing
Four hundred and Sixty Acre,
60 of which is Woodland, finely timbered-bal
ace in a high state of cultivation, most of it
resh new-ground, with about Fifty Acres of Creek
ottoms. Also, a Tract containing
Three Hundred Acres,
Which can be bought exceedingly low,) with a
ine Two-Story Dwelling, and other necessary out
muildings. Also another Tract of
'our Hundred Acres,
Vhich can be bought low, and on accommodating
Purchasers will do well to look at these Lands.
A. M. SMITH.
Aug 11 t 81
LANDS FOR SALE,
r IE E1xeeutrs of the Estate of .lohn Middle
ton, deceased.ofl'er fir sale, Til RIEE THOU
IAND EIGHT 11UN I)RKD and TWO ACRES
f LAN D, more or leas, ,ituate and being in the
louth Western part of Edgefield District, on the
vaters of Savannah River, nilneteen mile abive
ugust.t and six from Fury's Ferry-j..ining
inds or G. W. Nixon, -1. P. Nixon, Dr. N. Ater
iwether, Dr. S. 0. Alerriwether and Maj. .1. B.
A bout one thousand acres of s.iI lands consist
r va:unblil low-grounds. The larger portion of
lie renainder it in native fort-st. The whole trant
well watered by numerous springs, and is es
escimed.i reiatkably he-alhy.
The I.lace is well improved, haviti two 1)W EL
.1NG 10 USES, two GIN I10 U.Sa, -and other
.'a.essary building-t, all under poutd repair.
If not sol hefure the first Monday in October, it -
ill be d spased of at thant tine, at public out-ery,
t rd%-li.d C. II.
TIi4e desiring a valuable plantation would do
rell to call andl ,ee 14r themsaelves. One or the'
ther of the Ex.-entorm nmy he always fimud on
lw pr. mises, and %ill be ph ,nwd tio shIw the tame
any one de:.irous of purchasing.
.1.. T. MlIDDlLETON, ruei
R. IL MIlDLE rON, Ex tors.
Augu:,t 4, 1858 9& 30
OR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN!,
I'hAT valuable Plantation of the EatIte of the
late J. M. VERDIER, lying in Gadsden Coun
&, 8 miles from Quiney, and 12 from Tallahassee.
Thc plantation contains
2.20O g)..CI 18
00 of which are cleared ; the greater purtion of.
It woodland is hammnock of tha- first quality, well
dapte.d to the cultivation of Sa isiand Cotton and
'obao; the plhtce is well watered and never flaIl
tg springs of excellent water are to be found in
1 different fields.
Situated in a fine neighborhood, with the line of
tail Road from Tallahassee to Pensaeola, pasing
trough a part of the least valuable woodland, rare
adnements are thtus offered to the purchaser.
gr For further informatidu app'y to Mr. Jones
f A bbeville, Col. 8. B. Stephens of Quincy, Mr. J. ~
ohnson on the place, or the undersigned in IHeeu
rt, So. Ca. I.E EfIR
Ex'or of J. M. Verdicr.
Aug. 4,1858 . 2m -30
FOR SALE !
IlIE Subscriber being desirous to move his
hattds to the Wa.st, offe-rs fo'r saile the follow
,g popeity, viz: 105O A CR ES OF FINE PINE
,A Nl in Edgefleld District. On it is a splendid
Sten Sawv jil1 and Grist fill,
hich are doing a profitable business.
One Tract contains 860 ACRESit lying on the
oad leading from Cambridge to Hlambumg, on the
aters of Ilorse Pen treek,adjoining landmof John
)urst anad others.
One Tract contains 000G ACRES fine cot
it land well improved, m~g in Abbeville District,
n the road leadingc font Pickens and Anderson to
lamburg. one mile above the Edgefield line.
Oe Tract, con sins 350 ACRES in Pickens
irtriet, immie I i.itely on the 1tail Road, 10) mile.
bove Old Pendletoni.- .
On my Ilomeat ad Tract is a splendid STEAM
iL L running 3 setts of rocks, SA W MIL L &ces
ofer for sale thtis Mill with 59 Aeres of Land.
The Homestead is on the ronal leading from
ambidge to Abbeville C. H., four nmiles below
Any person wishing to purchtase ia requested to
*xahe. Bargains can be had, and the terms will
e mado esy. J. T. L. PART LOW.
July 7 18.58 3m 26
A BAKER COU1NTY
Plant ation for Sale,
~NE of the BENsT the PRET TIES T and H10L
TlIEsT PLANTATIONS in South Western
eorgia, contaittnig 750 Acr'es, of which 625
r in cultivation, and cleared in the last three.
ears. All thte houses, nercessary to a Plantation,
eith the fencs, are new, having been erected In
e above tiune.
If needed, provisions anud stock can be par
tased with the place. Further information can
e procuread of HIA RLES W iITElIEAD.
Newton, Baker Co., Ga., June 1 3m* 21'
state of South Carolina,
EDGRFIE lD ISTRICTl,
IN O RDINA RY.
Richard Berry, A pplicat,
Edney Moseley, e-frP .
John Delanghter and wife and j
others, defendants. J
T appearing to my satisfaction that JTohn De
laughter and his wife Julin, Defendants in the
.bove stated case, residle without tihe limits of
his State. IL is therefore orde.red and dlecreed that
hey do appear attd object to the division or sale
if the Regt 2-~tate of -igne Berry, dec'dl., on or
efore the 31st October ntext, or their consent to
le same will be entered of record.
'W. F. D)URISOE, 0.3 D.
Ordinary's Oflice, Aug 2, 1858. 3m 30
Mirble at Newberry, 8. 0.
KEEP constantly on hand, atmy Marble Yard,
.Newberry, S. C., MARBLE and GRANITE
I0OMS, TOXB TABLETS, NoNUMENTS,
head Stones, &c.,
In endlless styles a-.d of every variety.
LETTERING done neatly and correctly at three
:ets per letter.
All orders shall have prompt attention. I sell
is cheap as the cheapest.
ggFor further particulars, call on Col. Chris
,ie, at Edgetleld C. H., S. C.
dOHN R. LE AVELL.
Newberry, May 24 3m* 20
Turnip Seedl-Turnip Seed.
~L~. PE EN, A gent, has recelvedl ils usual
large ahd varied assortment ot Turnip Seed,
avhich are warranted fresh and genuine. He has
LARGE WHITE GLOBE,
L ARGE NORFOLK,
Call and get your supply, as the season Is now
bore for sowing, If you wish to raise good crops..
G. L PENN, Agent.