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Savannah River Pl an t a t io E
A HEALTHY SITUATION-A DESIRABLI
RESIDENCE-AND A M3l'ST PRO
T HE Subscriber being desirou* of removing
A to Texas, offers for sale his valuablearm,
well known as thu
SNOW KILL PLANTATION,
Lying immediately on the Savannah River, four
miles above Hamburg, on the Martin Town Road,
225 Acres 6f this Tract are In a most proftable
state of cultivation-producing cotton, corn, &c.,
equal to the best lands i the country. The re
mainder of the Tract ls'finely timbered, and is
truly valuable in consequence of its convenience
to the Hamburg and Augusta markets.
The place is well improved-the Dwelling House,
which is commodious, has been but recently re.
pired, and all the necessary out-buildings are in
perfect repair. Attached to this plantation is a
first rate Cotton Gin and Screw, run by water pow
or. Also, a Thrasher for cleaning grain.
On the place is also a good Flour and Grist Mill,
In fine running order, which turns out the best of
Flour ared Meal.
Also connected with this place, is an exce'lent
Shad Fishery, which is surpassed by none on the
River, and is one that pays well. This is a healty
location, convenient to market, and in fact one of
the most desirable plantations in this state.
Numerous Springs of the purest and best water
abound throughout the Tract. Many other ad
vantsges belong to this place which it is not neces
lary to mention.
Persons wishing to purchase, will n .t be doing
themselves justice If they buy bofore examining
the above Tract.
' T If not dispo-ed of before the 15th of No
vember next, I shall not sell.*
ST Terms accommodating. Price advanta
geous to the purchaser.
e It desIred, I will elan sell a lot of Corn, Fodder,
Stock of all kinds, Plantation Tools, Ilousehold
and Kitchen Furniture, orc. *L .HAL
Sept 1,-1858 tf 84
Bound for the West !
'H EI Subscriber intending to re
I.move West the first of Decem,
her, ofiera for sale his valuable plan
Three Hundred & Fifty-Six Acres,
,Lying oan Horn's Creek, four and a half miles
Mouth of Edgefleld C HI. (O the premises is a
comfortable Dwelling House, and a plenty of out
buiklings of every kind In good ordeor.,
The location is remtarkably healthy. The neigh
borhood is as desirable as any person could wish.
As to the quality of the Land none surpas'es it
in the country for the production of Cotton and
* Grain of all kinds.
There Is forty acres of splendid bottom land,
most of which has been drained, and not subject
to overflow. The pilace is well watered, every
field containing a suffieiency of running water all
seasens af the year.
If needed, Stock of all kinds, crop of Cornm,
Fodder arid IFarming utonsils can be paurchased,
with the place.
If you want to purchase come and look for
gottrself as I intend to sell. Termse made easy to
an approved purchaser.
J. L. ADDISON.
Aug4 ____ __tf 3_____ 0
LAND ! LAND!! LAND!!!
T HE Subscriber being desirous of moving West,
offers his place at
A GREAT RARGAIN,
If applied to soon. It is situated near Mt. Wil
ling, and contains
One Thousand and Thirty-five Acres,
Upon which there is an excellent Dwelling and
every builing necessary to the comfort, and con
venience of a Plantation.
Nearly ONE HALF of the Tract is in woods.
Two hundred acres of fresh land, and the remain
der In a high state of cultivation.
-The Place can be difided into TWO TR ACTS
giving to each a comfortable settlement-and kill
be sold seperately If desired by purchasers.
A rare chance is offered those who wish to buny,
and they would do well to call anid examine for
3FTerms made accomnmodating.
J. C. SIMKINS.
Aug 25 0t 33
IFOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN?
.Labte J. M.-VERDlER, lying in Gadsden '.onn.
- ty, 8 anies from Quiney, and 12 from Tallaha..ee.
The plantation contains
2.200 O & 4'
800 of which are cleared ; the greater portion of
the woodland it hammock of the first quality, well
adapted to the cultivation of Sea hs!and Cetton and
Tobacco; the pl~ce is well watered and never fail
ing springs of excellent water arc to be found in
the difi'erent fields.
Situated in a fine neighborhood, with the line of
Rail Road from TaLahassee t. Pensacola, passing
through a part of the least valuable woodland, rare
inducements are thus offered to the purchaser.
gg" For further information apply to Mr. Jones
of A bbeville, Col. 8.13. Stephens of Quincy, Mr. J.
Johnson on the place, or the undersigned in Beau.
fort, So. Ca. I.B EfIR
Ex'or of J. M. Verdier.
Aug. 4,1858 2m . 30 .
LANDS FOR SALE,
APLANTATION on the Hurricane Creek, d
about six miles from WILLu~xstor In Au- ir
derson District, containing
Four Hundred and Seveinteen Acres, fe
a large portion of which is bottom land now in -A
cultivation. The growing crop will attest its qual- b:
.Two c-ther Tracts adjoining each other, containing
about Seven luendsred Acres each, situa- -
ted about three xiui em firom PaxoLsTOI, on theJ
publ ic road leading to, Greenville C. HI. The
Dwelling House on one Tract is large and commo- L
dious, commanding a ie view of the Mountains,
said the Orchards and Vineyards contain a variety
of choice fruits.~
The upland is all of thec best quality, with a due
porti on of fino. Cr. uk bottom-Also several other
Trcsof Lanud, varying In size to suit purchasers.
Terms will be made eay. For flirther particu
lars y toWM. VAN WYCK. ,
an. n asa185gr 2,m .84
Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Ficri Facias to
ine directWd, I will proceed to sell at idge
Geid Court I lonse, on the first Monday and Tues
day in (tetober nc.xt, the following property, in
the following'i cabes, vi.:
.nwr-:eg. \ly.-rs.& Co , v. Lewis ('ov!.r; J N.
-lPaullaim nued others vs The Sane, Two begro slave',
v..: AimanJa and Fanny.
D Abner Liushinel, for Samuel Brooks. vs .John
i Leigh; other Plaintiffi, vs The Stne, A l,use an:i
I.,ot or parcel -f land in the Villag.- of 1'dgelild.
containiige Three acres, more er lens. bouinded on
the Noth by 1). It. lDeri oo, Elat by the Stage
r d .uth the Carriage llou;e Lot. and others.
Nteedinnu Nerritt vs William Toney. The tract
of land whereghe berfendant lives, eontnaining seven
hun tred scres, more air lutes. adj..inineg lunds or o.
2 M. Wever, Sanuel Posey and other.
T W. llo'mes land L. I laelines, Fx'-trs , and others,
vs .J6hana Aut:y. The tract of lani where the lefi-n
0 dant lives, coitaining two h'indred acres, more or
less. adjoin:ti lind' oif U. T. Bostwright, Mrs.
8 Elinibe It Bush and oth re.
0 Sairuel Wi lisirm and others ia Willam Str..m, A
tract of land containing foir hundred and sixty-two
aeres,. moire or is, -vIj.einir lands of WUlianm
Pr.-wot!, linuiel Prescott and others
F G.,hlartin. and asothe-r. vs. R. C. Griffin. Rx
erutrr. A t:enet of Land containint two huidredl
Stan.l eighty acres. nore or less, adjoining lands of
, Mrs. Mary Hu -khalter, Chas. Ca ter and others.
Bank of 11amhurg. S. C., vs.' IL. A. Knariek.
A lous,- and Lot lei the Toewn of 1lanburg, S. C.,
known am No. 12-t. hounde-i on the South by No
121, North by Lot No. 1%3, andt has fifty feet on
*I etetre Street. and running back to Cook Street
three hundred teut,
Steediman & Murritt and others vs. .toshua IHolly,
A Tract ,.f ]:atid eontaineing four huidrod and forty
y ieres, more or t-as. tidjoining lands of Ilenry Ford,
Ednund Morris tend others.
Williams & Butl-r vs .liphn R. Wever; Richaird
Ward and other Plaintiffi severally, vs '4e Same,
The Tract or Land where the Jiefe-.danta resides
containing two hundred acres, more or less. adj.,in
init lands of Benjamih Bettis, James Swearengin,
sr.. and others. *
John Co'gan, and others, vs. H Boulware,
Four It of Land in the Village of Edgefield con
taining two acres each, aRljoinitng lots of M. Fra
zier on the Stage RoAd, aud' W. W. Goodman
Plats of the some will be exhibited on the day of
sale. Also, two negroes, viz: Albert and Dan.
C. A. Gray, Adm'x, vs Harmon Miller, One
A. G. Rountree vs. John Holly; H W. McTyre
and others vs The same, Three Bay Mules.
.-Tertuo of Sale, Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, S. U. ).
Sept .10, 4te 36
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDI4RI tY.
Henry 'utler and wife Elizubeth,
A pp'ecants, For Par.
Isaxe Geggins and others, Def'ts. '
BY an order from the Ordinary, I eshall proceed
to sell at Edgefield C. II., on the fir- Mon
day in Oc-toler next, for Partition, lands of the real
E.astate of .lamis Goggins, Sr., dee'd., to wit: A
Tract or parcel of Land lying and being i.3 the
DIistrict and State af..resaid. on the waters of -
Creek. - River, containing One hundred and
Ninety-six (196) acres, more ar Its, and bounded
by lands of John Goggins, James Pitts, Wesley
Culbreath, Jacob Wheeler and others.
Tzaxs.-The above landa will be sold on a credit
of twelve mouths fron the day f sile. Purchase i
to give Bond with god securities and a mortgage
to the Ordinary to secure the lurchase moiney.
Costs to be paid in cash, and to pay fer titles extra.
J AR. EIDJSON, S. E. 1).
Sept 8 ___ 4te 3____
State of-Southa Carolina,
IX 011 DINAltY.
A nsel Dlevore and wife Lucinda, )
anid others, A pplicant.,|
vs. p Per Partiftion
,Johen Walton and wife Jlerusha,|
atid other.', Defendants. J
BY an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
.J.)to sell at Edgefis ld C. 11., on the first Mon
day in Octoaber n,-xt, fur Partition, lanai. of the
Rutate of L.ewis Clark, Sen., dee'd., ti wit -A
Tract or' parcel of lanai lying and being in the
I tistrict and State aforesaid, on waters of -
Creek, waters'of -- 1ive-r, crntaining Eighty
(80h) acres, more or lees, and bounding on lads ert
Solomoen Morse, Mathew Corley, Matilda Sweuren
in and others.
Traaxs.-Thte above lands will be. e ld ott a credit
of twelve mnoths. Purchaser toc give btond and a
mortgage oft the premnices to the Ordinary to secure
the purchase money. Ciasts to be paid ine Casht,
and purchaser to pay fo.r titles extra.
J AS. Ell iSON, 8. E. P.
Sept 8 4te 3
State of South Carolina,
Ellentor Warren, et. al. Plainitil's,
I~llijtah Watson, Aedm'r. Defendant.)
BI Y an'oder'frothtleOrdinary,'Ishall,,roceed
to sell at Edgtetield Court House etn the first
\tuatnday in October next, for Pairt:tion, the Re'al
Pstaete ocf .Tamnese W. Warren, deceea--d, a trait or
patrcel of laned, lyingnd ba:ing in flee District and
State afortesteid, contamteing fifty~ (50)) teries. meore or
less, anud adioineinst lanids eot blartwell Whittle, dlohin
l4.aaster and others.
T ERss-On a eredit until the first of
text. The p~urchaeer to give bemnd andle security,
aend a nmortgague to the Ordinary to s.-cure the par
eace money, aend ti pay lotr tities. Ceit-tto be paid
in cnsh..J S. EID)SON, a een.
Sept. 8, 1858 4te . .6.
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
W. W. Sale, Adn'r.1
Mary Blrongdon, ~ .For Partition.
W. S. Broagdon,|
Emma Broagdon. J .
Y an crder from thd Ordlinary, I eheall perocee.di
Bto sell at Edgefild Court Housec on the first(
.\onday in Octobe.r,tror Partition. lands of thec Es-r
taite of William Brongd..n, deceasesi, tot wit: a tract
or psarcel of land, lying and bemng int the District
anid .state aforeeaid, on waxere of Cr. ek, wva- ai
ters ort Piver. containing one hundlred and
sevenaty-Grve (175) acres more or less, and baounded t
by lads of A. J. 1.am.nmond, A ba'm. A dams and
T~axs.-Tlie above lands will Ihe sold on a eredt a
of twelve monthas withI iunterest fromn the day or sale.
Purchas.e to give bond wjlh .ood securities and a
nmortgage to tihe Ordineary to se-cure the peurchase a
meney. Cost to be paid in ca-li, and to pay for I
titles extra. J AS EIDSON, 5 E D.
Sept. 8, 18&8 4ts 3ei r
W M. E LEGGhas just received another
FLand FRESH stock of GROCERIES,
~onisting in part of
SUGARS of all kinds and prices;
MOLASSES, a full variety ;
Choice N. 0. SYRUP; r
Java and .Rio COFFE E;
Hyson and Black T EA ;at
LIQUORS of all kinds; i
Fine TOBACCO aned SEGARS ;
Sperm and A damnantine CANDLES;
MACKEREL and Dried Beef TONGUES,
CANDIES of every variety ;
Also, LEMONS and other articles usually kept T
a a grocery store. pt
W. E. LEOG. A
Aug25 tf 33 dc
EINAL NOTICE.-AII persons having any tic
cL'aimas agatinst the Estate of Simeon Mtathis,
eceased, are no ified that they must render them II
by the 1st October next, and those indebted must
sy up by Return-day, or thh A dministrator wili be
reed to plsce said intdebtedne-as in the hands of an -
ttorney fur collection. The Estate must be closed
the 1st October.
SIMPSON MATHIS, Adm'or. ri
A ug. 4 tf 30 J
'LOUR AND CORN MYEAL'-Can be CC
had at my house for Cash. an
ather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kipe, &c.
R. T. MIMlS.
Feb.8 3tf 4 -
Butler Lodge, No 17 IsOsOsF.
TH E Regular meetings of this Lodge 11.,
will be held hereafter in thefr NEW seti
AT By order of theo N. G.
uly 27, tf .30 4
JACKSON, MILLER & VERDERYi
Wholonale 1:lealer 1
MASONIC HALL BUILDINO,
Have just received a large supply of
FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS,
Consisting in part of .
KERSEYS, BLANKETS, LINSEYS, KEN
-TUCKY JEANS, SATINETS, TWEEDS,
CASHMERETS, CASSJMERS, CLOTHS,
PIRINTS, GINGHIAMS, SOLID AND
FI'1D DaLAdNES, MER;NqS,
P'OPLINS, SILKS. TAL.
& c., A'.
To which they r. spectfully Invite the attention of
the Who'ese Buyers visiting our City.
Augusta, %ept 13 3t* 30
NE'W SPRING GOODS
TI nOS, P. LA R US, A ugusta, Georgia, has
thi. day reerived a large lot of SPRING
GOODS, and will continue to do so through the
sunm--r, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk Fxed CONGR ESS GAITERS,
do . d) 414) do
do G'ove Kid Congrss do
do Colored TIP ' do
do 19.iek do do
do Fine Plhiadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Misses' Fixed Kid-Top KQSSUTII BOOTS,
do Kid and Morecco SLIPPERS and TIES, b
Childrens' 81101-S. of every description,
MNlens' Calf Opera PUM? 1 BOOTS,
do Goats HRELED 1N'[NCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. PTMPS and Oxrord TIES,
do Goats It. S. do C
do Calf B S. d.
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Calf do do
Boys' do do do
Will a variety too rumerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have attentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Guods.
Augusta. Geo., April 5 tf 13
APOTflECAP'uIE&'S , HALL.
THOMAS J, FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
W OUL D respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Mer liants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drug8, Medicines and Chenicals, p
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN HIS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can oflbr a stock superior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more R EASONABLE
EVERY ARTlICLE WARRANTED I
All officinal preparations put tup under the sut-1
piervision of aradluates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and in strict conformity
with the formiularies oIf the United States Phar
macopoia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PAFUMERY, S0APS,
Hsir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
&c., &c., & c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
Mion to my st~ock of
Paints, i11s, Glass, Putty, Vairnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, aC.,
which I pro.i.ise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
any House in this City.}
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the mou..y will be returned and ext- th
pences paid in all cases. . th
Agent, for Sherman's Patent Truss, and "I'
the onliy depot for genuine Sweedish L!ECHES Ru
in the City. n.a
gfoliciting a visit before purchasing else- e
where, I feel confident, that the inducements of
rered both in lowness of price and punctua lity in
attending to orders, will secure a portion of your
3WRememnber my Store is under the Augusta
hotel, Augusta, Ga.
TIEiYIAi J . FOG A RTY.
Augusta, Mlarch 30, ly 12 D.
FRESHl DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C ar
THE Subscribers .take pleasure ini informing
I' their friends anid patroins that they are NOW Mh
[LECEI[VlNG a lnrge Addition to their al
~eady extensive Stock of PUI.RE and FRtES1i Ge
IDrugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c. w
T O P HY S i IA N S. kit
We are prepared and wrill take leasure in fur
dashing Physicians wit~h a CO.\IPLETE OUTFIT
If -Meicines. Inisttrumenats, Shop Furiiiture, Medi- ito
udl saddle Blags, & c., &c , &c. T
T O T HE LA D IE S.
We will also say to the La-lies that our St~ock N.
omoprises A LL nrticles for the TOILET, from the
)rcssin2 Comb anid Drush to the richest Perfume-Jo
y. Fiine Soaps, Pomardes, I lair Restornitives, Die-,
ilatory, Cosmetics, Lnhin's Oennine Extracts, & c.
Usa, FL AVOlRING EXTRACTS for Culina-y pur- Dr.
T OT HE PL A N TER Jol
Ve say, your wants have been attended .to in our
re-ent, selection. Senid in y our orders, or come M
a and le.t us put yotu Up a complete Plantation "
lNse of Mledicines, liistrumnents, &c , with full di
ections fo'r use. in all simple cases, and thereby
Rve time, money and health. A simple cathartic
r the timely ariministration of an emie:ic, or an li
norlyne, does and will eften break the chain of
mor bid action, thereby preventing serious and pro- Adh
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY U.:
l'e extend the invitation to call on us. We have
II of the most reputable nostrums recommended Mu
cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
esh is heir to. If you cannot find anythingso
dlapted to your case, we will exert, our skill in y'
repatrinig somecthinig for your relief:
L'"1rescriptions tilled with accuracy anud dis- Pra
atch at all hours, day or night.
WCall and examie our Stock at the Drug She
tore under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.L
A. G. & T. .i. TEAGIUE. Dea
Edgefield, April 28 tf 16
louse, Sign & Ornaniental Painting ! Lo*;
p11 I. Subscribers take pleasure in announeing to Wile
LIthe citizens of Edg, field District, that they '
e now prepared to do all work entrusted to thernm o
the I ne of Fra
ousE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINJTING,
Marbling, Graining, Jam
LND U PH OL STER Y , Croc
>a'l who may be pleased to favor us with their p~
tronage, we promise to give entire aatisfactiona. Man
|| work entrusted to us shall be executed with nesd
spatch and in a wArkmanlike manner, and
Our terms will be reasonable. Fur further par
ulars call on us at Edgefleld C. H. - S
117 Rxnassca-Capt. Jas B. GaIFFIN and Gen.
.C. Moaaos, of this Distr'et.
RIICHI & PAUL. (
Ju'y 21 1858 3m 28
Cherry Bonce and Cordial!I
'HIE Subscriber has just received a fine supply
of SUPERIOR CHERRY BOUNCE AND Cg
RDJAL, which is a most delightful drink, and
excellent summer beverage. Call early and
a dozen bottles or so, as it Is going off like And
ot cakes." W. EL. L EGG. made
ruily 14 tf 27 with
I OTICE.-The Debtors and Creditors of seIl I
Win .Foy, Deceased, are hereby notifred to short
et me in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefield C. CA
on the 4th Monday in Ootober next, as a final criptil
lement will be made on the Estate at that time.
.E. N. FOY, Adaa'or.
Lm. 4, 1858 91 30 A
Fine pianos, Eois
- MUSIC, &c,, &c,
r TIF, Subscriber alter returnig thanks to their
. friends in EDGEFIELD and adjosining Din
riets, for their liberal piatronnee durine the last
en years, would inform them tht thiy still con
inue to keep on han.i a large assortn.nt of
. PIANO FORTES ,
rom the celebrated fnanufictories or R AV EN BA!
3N & CO., TIAZELTON, JIROS.. and A. 1.
XA LE & CO., New York. for whomt they are sole
%gents. Theme Instruments .having already won
uch far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
o repeat that for strength. durability and finish,
ngether4with power, depth, sweetness and soft
less of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
canting a superior
vould do much better to call and select from a large
shortmnent, than by dealinut with Pedlars and Agents
ir inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
ave of:en to pay highez prices fur inferior Instru
nents, than fine ones of superi.r mnakers can be
ought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is
varranted in every respect, .so the purchaser runs
10 risk whatever. Persons ordering fro-n a distance
ron uN can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
[ICLE. as we inake it a point to keelp goods of the
est qu:diy aid such as we can recommend and
varranL in hvery respect.
Their stock of MUSIC is very large and they
re constantly rer-eiving ill new pieces nW they are
ublished. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINdS of
hbe b.t quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
chool and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nd other articles.-ALSO
ilwavs on hand the largest assortment in the State
f GUITARS, ViOLINS, ACCORDEONS,
T.UTES, FLAGRO LETS, VIO.IN BOWS,&c,
nd every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needhiam's and Prince's celebrated
ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of tho above articles sold at low prices for
'ask or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTTIER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S.. and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13
WILLIAM R TUTT,
R E T-A I
(Opposite Augusta Ilotel,)
AS in Store a very estetisive stock of PURE
DR TGS, FAMILY and PLANTATION
loiCINES, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW
LASS, &c., the quality and price of which he
arrants equal to any in the South. A call from
trchaisers is respectfully solicited.
He has now on band
500 Ounces Sulph. QUININE,
50 LIs CILOROVORM,
50 Ounees MORPIllNE.
100 Lbis. TURKEY OPIUM,
10 BhIs. No. I CA.STOR OIL,
,00 Lhis EPSOM SA LT , .
0,0O3 Lbs. PURtE WIlITE LEAD, .
500 Ga's. LINSEED OIL,
500 Gals. Sptn. T URPEN TINE,
12 I..I A CO B'S CORDIA L,
60 " MUST.A NG LINIM1ENT,
2 "' NIE DICIN E CH ESTS. foir Families
12 lDoz. Boerhave's Holland BITT ERS,
12"Schaflenbergum Fever and Ague
12 lDoz. Osgerd's India CHlOLAGOGUE.
Augusta, July 28,41858 3m , 29
G ENR AL E'lC4TIO~N wilbe held in Edge
(h-.ld Distr ict, on MOND)AY and T UESDA Y,
11th :mnd 12th days of OCTOB3ER, 1858, for
election of onno Representative In the Congress
the United States, andi one Senatuor. and six
preseistives. in the Legisare of South Caroli
under the direction of the following Mangers,
E'dyfiled Cort-loxse-S. S. Tompkins, Geo. A.
dison and Janmes Mnrreil. ,,,,. 4
f1,meuwr'a-Seaborn Temple, M - ;*4'!0 ,.id
in A. Lott..
rbrnid's-W. L. Coleman, Le ~yrani and
!leck Inland-Hl. L. Mayson, S. L. 3. Clark and J.
Jrutecle.-J. J. Sentcli, D. L. Turner and Wmn.
'Intlbu~r-J. C. McDonald, Wmn. Hill and D).
%~ie fIINesc-A. J. Hughes, 3. L. Matbis and G.
;lecrokee I'enda-A. P. Butler, T. P. Shaw and
'idsp:-E. W. Perry, Watson Rutland and James
yatcer~e'.-John Seigler, Samuel Posey and 3. At
.bertyj Ifll--J. L. TIalbert, Julhn F. Burrear and
~olir's-James M. Harrison, W. E. Middleton and
aurk''-G. WV. Rtobertson, J. E. Cartlodgo and W.
Yhide )/onae-Landon Tucker, J. W. Tompjkins and
ted Hi-P. B. Hanson, Lee Hlulson and William
ntons.-Lemuel Cterley, J. Cheatham und John
'saterfield-Elbert Dovore, W. Langley and Win.
iircon'-J- P. Nixon, S. (1. Merriivether and N.
'leasanst Lane.-J. B. Timumermian, Ri. Hardy and
.C. Settle. e
frs~m. Willing-Willis Stone, E3. W. Seibles and
currya-L. Cuibreath, R. S. Burnett and Lori
!oores-Lemnuel Brooks, W. S. Holloway and A.
'rhardson'a-John Griffith, Basil M. Peterson and
ur,se' X Iloads-Fred. Scurry, David Richard
and P. J. Coleman.*
recting Street-Williamn Bledsoc, J. F. Lowry and
urri.'-M. B3. WhIttle, Wilson Holstein and Hes.
A inchar's-John A. Kinard, Ed. Lorick and Levi
urn's 31ille-S. W. Corley, Alf. May and A. C.
flen's-Henry Hart, John Wrighit and 3. R. Eid
ckceon's-C. Nickersen, Isham Cuibreath and 3.
'rry's--.Crawford Perry, Smith Livingston and
enen'--Sebron Stalnakor, 3. B. Harris and Simp
opermville-W. Haltlwangur, G. W.' Holloway and hi
k V. Cooper. .
in. Srnyl's-Samueol 3. Wason, Eloy Forrest and
ekler's-D. Coleman, WV. E~eredge and Hardy1
Ils to bie opened two days at each precinct.
sgers to meet at Edgefleid C. H1, on the Wed
ty following, at 12 o'clock, M., count the votes,
elare the electioa.
8. S. TOMPKINS, Chair.
pt13 3t 80
[E Subscribers off'er for sale at the old stand at
of R. HI. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
rriages, Rockaways, Buggies,I
all other article, in their line. They have "
arrangements to keep their House 'supplied
'ne BECST ARTICLES, from the BEST
ries in the United States, which they will
,OW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
time. - .1
RRIAGES and BUGGIES of evyy~ des- S11
na will be furnIshed to order on shor( notie, the
S. CHRISTIE, de
GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LARD, FLOUII, GRAIN, &c.
7 ILLgive strict attention to the Sale and
Purchase of Mcrchnaadise, Flour, Grain,
and all kinds of COUNTRY I'RODUC IE.
By strict personal attention to business, we hope'
to' secure a liberal patronage from the citize'ls of
Edgefield and the adjoining Districts.
Ordetrs for Dagging, P zpe, Family Supplies, &c.
Liberal cash advances made on Cotton and other
Produce when desired.
Augusta, Aug 18 3m 32
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO,
GROCERS & GOTTON FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
ONTINUE as heretfore, in connection with
U 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 erecti an in the rear
of their store, at the intersection of .ackson and
Reynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
ments made them.
M Liberal cash advances made on Produce in
store when requested.
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
Augusta, Aug 16, Gin 32
Ms Ps STOVALL,
WAREIIOUSE AND COMMISSION
, CONTINUES the business ino
all its branches, in his large and
commodious Fire Proof Warehouse, on Jackson
Street, neir the Globe Hotel.
Orders for Goods, &c., promptly and carefully
The u.-ual Cash facilitks afforded customers.
Augusta, Aug 4 8m* 80
FOR TIE RAPID CURB OF
Colds, Coughs, antd
DamriTi.D, Miss., 20th Dec., 1855.
Da. J. . Arsa: I do not hesitate to say
the best remedy I have ever found for
CQuihs, loarseness, Infuenta, and the
cncoataut symptomsof a Cold, lsyonr
CnRT '.'KCTORAL Its constant use in
my practice and my family for the last
ten years has shown it to possess supe
rior virtues for the treatment of these
complaints. EBEN KNIGHT, X. D.
A.B. MORTLHY, EsQ.,of UTIcA, N. Y.. writes: "I have
used 'your lketrona myself and in my famlly ever since
you invented it, and believe it the best medicina for its
purpose ever put out. With a bad cold I should sooner
pay twenty-fire dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any other remady."
Croupja Whooping Cough, Influenza.
B'a!nois.D,, 311ss., Feb. 7, 1856.
BuOusa Aria: I will cheerfully certify your ltcoral
is the best remedy we possess for the cure of whooplug
cough, croup, and the chest diseases of children. U e of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and'
commend your medicine to our people.
HIRAM CONKLIN, 31. D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., Moasuasr, IA., writes, 3d Jan., 1856:
"I had a tedious Influenza. which cotafled me in doors
stx weeks; took many medicintes without relief; finally
'tried your 1)ctriau by the adee of our clergyman. The
first rlose relIeved thme soreness in, my throat and lungs ;
iluss thain one half tihe bottle made me completely well.
Your medicinmes are thae cheapest as well as the bseet we
cea buy, and we esteema you, Doctor, and your remedies,
as the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
Ws Slasmszsrza, PA., Feb. 4, 1856.
San: Your Cherry I'cetaral is performing marvellous
cures In this section. It has relieved several from alarm
Ing symnptoms or consuption, and Is now ering a nman
who has labored under an affection of the lugs for the
last forty years. IIENRLY L. PARKS, 31erchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., AI~at:r, Moxie: Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 6,1855: "During my practice or many years
I havre found niothing equal to ynur ?Yerry l'eclorul for
giving ease and relief to tonsunsptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We utighat add volumes of evidence, bnt thae most con
vincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found In i
elfects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever beon known whichb
cured so many and suach dangerous came as this. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those the Clerry
1teuloral affords relief andi comfort.
Asron Itocr, Nr.w Year Cary, 3Marcha 5, 1856.
Docroa Aia, Lowsaur: I feel It a duty and a pleasure
to Inform you whait your Che'rry li'toral hams done for nay
wife. She hadu been Svo monutha laiborfug under the dan
gerous symptomas of Consumption, mr~a whieh nao aid we
coauld prueutre gave hiernauch rer She was stead~ly fall
tng. utli Dr. Strong. of thl~if, where we have coame for
a'ice, recommaenaled a trI ofyour medicine'. We bless
hise kindness, as irs do jtur skill; for she has recovered
fruam that day. Shau nI ot yet aas strung as aihe used to
he, but Is free froai her rough, and calis herself well.
Yours with gratitudle anal regard,
ORtLANDO SIlELMI, or Sutruarvan...
-Oimsumptiwes, do not despair till you hnave tried Aria's
Cuanta-r oar.. It ia made by one of the beet medical
chumists' in thec world, anad its cures all around us bespeak
thec higha meurit of its virtues.-Iaddphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
?j'lti scenjces of Che'mistry and 3Mcdicinae havo been
J.taxed thecir utmost to produce this host, most perfect
purgative wich~ Is known to man. Innsamerable proofs
are shown that thaeo PaLI~s have virtues which surpass in
oxceilenace the ordinary meodlics, and that they win un
arecedentedliy upon the estaem of nll anon. They are safe
and pleatisat to take, hut powerful to cuare. Their pene-.
tratiangpropertles stiamulato thes vital activitiesof the. body,
remiovo thes obstructlions of its organs, paurify the blood,
aadexpel disease. Theypurgeout thofoaalhlumors which
brated and grow dishemapor, stimualate slugigish or disor
dered organ. into their natural action, and imapart healthy
toane wIth strength to the whaole system. Not only do
they cure the every-day complaiuts of every body, but
also formaidiable and dangerous diseases that have baflid
the heat of haunan skill. While they produce powertl
effects, they are at the samie time, lan dinainisheuldoees, the
safest aand best physic that cian be employed for children. t
Ileinag suagar-coated, thaey are pleesanat to take; anad being
puarely vegetable, are free froma anay risk of hasrm. Cuares
hare leen made whaich surpass b'elief were they not sub
stantlitedl by men of such exalted position and character
as to foarhil the susificion or untruth. Mlany eminent
clergymaen aand physicianas have lenat their anm to certify
to the paublic the reliatbility of nay remedies, while others
lamve sent me the aseurnance of thesir convitionthlat my
Preparations contribute lummensely to the relief of may c
afflicted, suffering follow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to furnlish grais my
Amnerican Almanac, containing directions for thmeir use anad
certilcates of their cures, of tiae following complaints:- -
Cumtiveneas, BIlious Conaplaants, ltheumaatism. Dropasy,
Jlr~arlbaurn, leendachue arislng fronm a foul stoachl. N'au
sea, Indaigestion, 3tlorbid Inactionaa of thPr Bowels atad l'alu
artsinag thaerefromu, Flatulnacy, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer
oaas anad Cmutanaeous Diseases whaich require anm evacuant
ieicinae, Scrofula or Kinag's Evl. They alse, by purIfy- P
haag thme blood and stamulatin~g the system, cure many
cotnpllait wiclh it woauld nut be supjposeda they could b
reacha, such as Deafnzes, P'artiai Blindness, Neuralgia and .
Ke'arvous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kid- al
necys, GOnat. and other kindtred complaints arising fron a j
tow stuate of the body or obstruction of its functionas. I
Do not be paut off by uanprinclpled dealers with some
othaer pill thecy make more profit on. Ask for Aria's C
Pn.Ls, and take nothaing else. No other they can gIve ti
you compares with this in its Intrinsic value or curative :
powers. The nIck want the'best aid there is for them, d
and they shtould have it. 0t
Prepared by Dr. 3T. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. f
Piuc25Crs.Pua Bor. Fitt 20uEu 20s$1. '
G. L. PENN and DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, ti<
dgefield C. H.; A. 3. PELLETIER & CO., Ham
Irg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale by
AVILAND, CHIICHE'ST.ER & C0., Augusta, Ga.
June 2 ly 21
eta"gon Burial Cases B,
H'IE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his T
-Furniture Rooms, opposite the Post Office, a
'ge assortment of this new style of METALIC de
JRIAL CASES, of beautiful formn, and finished sa
perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE- wi
()0D. These CASES8 are now extensively used Th
dpossess mnany valuable advantag'es ever allre
*fins now before the publiC.
t'i~lso keep ready for delivery at a moment's '
iruing, a fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my N
'n manufacture, and of all aizes, prices and quality. I
JOHN M. WITT, the
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18 agi
-~ ~ pre
Msy terms for selling META LIC BURIAL CA- -
2 is Cash, but should the cash not accompany
order, intetreat will be charged from. the day of
ivery. JOHN M. WITT. of
!. B.-Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly. ge
f.. on - 'r . 2
' IIE Subscribers return their thanks to their
kind patrons for the liberal support -they
have received, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of that generous patronage.
They state with coifidence now that they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
Coach Eakipand Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
scuted in a.durable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled in their respective trades.
We have and intend always keeping on hand a
large and fine assortment of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,' ROCKA WAYS, &C.
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in otrr Establish
ment a full Stock of Northcg BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
W Allsorts of REPAIRING done in the best
manner, and with-the greatest dispatch.
Of-Call and examine our Stock. Our prices
have been put down to correspond with the hard
times. SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 . tf 50
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
S a great sclentific medical diseovery and li daily working
cures, almost too great to believe. It eures as if by nag
1c, even the first dose giving benefit. and seldom more than
one bottle isrequired to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
from the worst .Jaundlce or D) speplala to a common head
ache, all of which are the result of a diseased Liver.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators of the
hmnan body, and when It perfomns its functions well
the ,owers of the system are folly developed.- The
stomach is almost entirely 0 . ependent on e healthy
action of the Liver for the. proper performance of Its
functions. When the stom ach is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, and the whole system sa f e r a in conse
q nence or one organ-the Liver- having ceased to
do its duty. Forthediceas es of that organ, one of the
proprietors has made it his study, in a practice of
amnore thun twenty years, to And binme remely where
with to counteract the 0 many derangements to
which It is liable.
To prove that this re medy is at last found, any
person troubled with Liv e r Complaint I n a n y
of its f->rms, has but to try a -( bottle, and conviction is
A compaund has been formed by dissolving gums
nnd extracting that part which is soluble for the ao.
tire virtues of the medi cine. These gumas remove
all morbid or bad matter from the system, supply
ing lit theirplace a healthy k Sow of bile, invigorating
the stomach, causing food to digest well, purifying
the blood, giving tone and health to the whole machl
nery, removing the causes of the disease, and effet
ing a radical cure without an y of the disagreeable
after effects, felt by using . Calomel or Mineral Pa
son that It usually. resor , ted to.
One dose after eating is sufficient to relieve th e
elomach, and prevent the food from rising and sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at CC night loosens the bowels
gently, and cures AostiveO. ntesa.
One 1se taken after each'' meal will cure Dyspepsia.
W"One dose of two tea spoonsful will always re
lieve Sick Ileadache.
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction. removes
the cause of the disease, and nakesa per.ct
Only one close immedl ately relieves Cholic, *hfb
One dose, often repeated, is a sure cure for Chol
era Morbus, and a pre ventative of Cholers.
One dose, taken oft-en will prevent.the recurrence
of Bilious Attacks, while It relieves all pantM feel
IV' Only one bottle Is ne:ded to throw out of the
system the effects of medi elite after a long sickness.
One bottle taken for Jaundice, removes all
yellowness o r unnatural ) color from the skin.
Onte dlose taken a skort time before eating gIves vigor to
the appetite, ant mamkes footd digest well.
One 'lose, oftten rep~eated, cures ChronIc Dlarrhaea in its
we t forms, while summer anad bowel complaints yildk at
m tnl.to the tlrst dose.
One or two iloses cures attacks caused by worms, while for
worms in chilrdren, there is no surer, safer or speedier rem
erdv In the wo~rld, ate it never falls.
iltere is nao exagfgeratioa in these statements; they are
plain, sober facts, that we can give evidence to prove, while
till whto use It are giving their unanimous testimony in its
We take induiite piesure In reenmmending t1:1s medicIne
as at p~rLeentve for Fever aind Agne, Cill Fever, and all
Fevers of a Bilious type. It operates with certainty, and
tlanusanmisare willinag to, testily tollts wonderfuml virtues.
Amnong tihe hualdhreds of Liver Remedies now offered to a
thme pubic, thadtm are none we can'so highly recommend as
DR. SANFOIRD'S INVIGORA'IOR, so .generally known
ntow tharoughout the Unilon. This preparation. is tralysn
Liver Invigorator, producing the most happy relults oli all
who use it. Almost Ianumerabte ertieates..have beer iv
en to-thegreat virtue of this medicine bjy.'hosae of the hh
est standimng In society, and we know it to be thc.best prepla-(
ration now beforo the publie.-I~uhon County' Dnkocrat& A
PRICE, ONE DOLLARC PElR BOTTLE.
SANFORD & CO.,
Proprietors,845 Broadway, New York,
IP For salt' at Edgefieid C. IH. by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Jone 16, 1S58. 1y 28
State of South Carolina, s
Rlichard Berry, Applicnt,
Edney Moseley, ~ .Pet, for- Par. ~j
John Delaughator and wife and I
others, defendanats. )
I T appearing to my satisfactions that John Do
llaughter aind his wife Julia, Dcfendanats in thme
tbore staled case, reside withotut the linmits oT
hlis State, It is therefore ordered and decreed t atL
hley. do appear and objct to the division or sale 1
f the Real E-tate of Jane Berry, dec'd., on or
iecfore tihe 3lit October next, or their consent to. b
lhe same will be entered of record. 5
W. F. DURISOE, o.a D. h
Oralaray's Office, Aug 2, 18b8. 3m 30 "
NIE STATE OF SOUTN CAROLINA .,
IN COMMON PLE AS. n
W. SMITH., who is in thec custody of the C
a ShecrilT' of E~dmelield Liatriet, by virtue of a bi
WVrit of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit ofi ji
bibuer IBushmnell, having tiled in nmy Office. taolether et
villa a Schaedule ona oath of hais Estate and efirets,
is pe-tition to te Court of Common Pless. praying
hat lie may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
f iae General Asemably, maide for the relief of itn- to
malvent debters :It is ordtteed, thatt the aai.l A bner mn
lushneil aind tall other creditors to whom the said a
IVW. Snmith is in anywise inadebted, be, nd th.-y -
ie hereby summned, aand htave notice to appear
efoare ithe said Court at Edgefield Court House, onL
londaiy the fourth day of October next, to show sic
ans if any they can, why the prayer of the pe- th<
itioner aforesaid, should not be granted. M
TIIOS. G. BACQN, c.c.P. II
Clerk's Ofile. Junne_22,_1858. Itt 25 _
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS. mul
31 H-OMAS D. CH AMBERLIN,-who is in thme Li
eutoyof the Sheriff' of Edgefieldl District, lai
virtue of a Writ of C'apias ad Satiwfaciendum.a
the suit of ,Jamea Mi. C. Freelsad, having filed
muy Ollice, togethaer with a schedule on oath of
s Estate and eficta, his. petition to the Court of
ommon Pleas. prayinag that he may be admitted to
ebenefit of thme Acts of thy Getneral Assembly, e
ade for Ihe relief of insolvent debtors. It is or
-red, that the said Jamaes M. C. Freeland and all .
her creditors, to whom the snid Thomas ID. Chamn-'
r!in, is in anywise inidebted, be, and they are
~reby summonied, and have notice to appear be the
re the said Court at Edgefield Court House, on
onday the fourth day of Octobtr nort, to show i
use, if any they can, why the prayer of the petl- .
n aforesaid, should not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, C c.
Clierk's Office, June 25, .1858 14t 25 S.
7XECUTORS NOTICE.-AI persons
.1 having claims against the Estate of Avory -
and, deceased, are hereby notied to present ~
em, properly attested, immediately.
- J. S. SMY LY,) al
J. A. BL AND, Ex'ora. gitn
E. BLAND. _
'XECUTORI'S NOTICE.-Those persons
J indebted to the Estate of A braham Kilcrease, corn
d.., arc hereby notified that they must pay the field
ne by or before the 15th September next, other- J
ec they will have to settle with my A ttorney. -
ose having demands against said Estate wil
der them in, properly attested, without delay.l
J. A. TALBERT, EX'r the
yuly rug 26 rig
T OTICE.--All those indebted to the Estate' Lan
of Dennis McCartey, dec'd., must pay up by dc
1st January next ; and. those having- claims de'
.inat the Estate will render thein In by that day Stat
perly attested. . JA COB McCARTEY, JI
Lug 25 . 17t 33 Adm'r.
IURE MISSOURI WINIES.-Spark-,
ling CAT ABA, CABINET, and other brands to nt
dIie Missouri Wine Company, can be hadat dem
IC. BOWERS, Agent, Hamburg, who is the' then
, Agent for that Company.
Edgeeld Female Collegiate
Exorcism of this Institute were rpumed
- on1the 2nd day of..Auguat *
agement of -w'.
MISSEA. J,. R. MEARSPINl -~ - .
TheScholasie. yed iAilledinu
of live months each. The frst Session will en14
on the 16th July. The second will'commence on
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The RATES OF TUITION are as follow,:
In the Primary Department, including Spel
ling, Reading, Writilng, Arithmut'n -
lish Grammar, Geqmrph7Jad, "ci*g,4
sic,.per Ssion . . -.' .
In the CollegiateDepartment, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy,'Cm lbtry, Gonpiry,
Aigebra,' Logic, 1thetoric,' Eng. Vomxi.
tion and Vocal Music, er 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 Jn Water Col
ors, per Session,.,-................10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Ses 10,00
Embossed Embroidery, "- . 10,00
Tufting, o ,10,00
Hair Work, " 10,00
Grecian Painting, d .. 10,00
Oriental Painting, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, " '6,00
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
13 per Session for u-e of Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Sesslon to
defray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
IW'Tuition billsdue aAIpayable at the and of
The Institute will be furnished with three 2l
mos in three separate rooms of the InsttutWbuM,
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,
ience singing is made a part of the regular exer
.ises of the Institute, andAho whole f i1l be
xercised in Vocal music i oftn as* week.
W.-W. ADA18 i
At te cose f S. W. ~WO~~i
At the close of the year Ca Calogue will 6 pub
lished embracing the names of all, the pupils in at
tendance during the year, with an engravingof -the
buildings and premises.
Edgefield, S. C., Aug 11,.1868. tf 81
T HE Exercises of this institution wilbe co-i
ducted under the -superlntendance of the
Subscriber, this year; id lie trusts, by strict
attention to pupils committed to his care to give
satisfaction to parents, and advancethi, pupils as
rapidly as possible.
'i. - Bates of Tuition.
Ist Clas-rthography, Reading aad
Arithunetic, - s 0
2nd Class-Primary Geographyaid the
3rd Class-The above studies with English
Ith Class-The same with Algb and .
Gometdy, * - .-"- $2.00.*
Latin and French, $25.00
Although it is desirable thatpupls should begin
rith the first of the quarter, sti, pupils will be
received at all times, and charged only for the
iroportion of the time of the session remaining,
- .3. WARD.
April 14 - y 14
feeks, they will be resumed on the 20ti Inst.
JAS. H. MORRIS, Prin.
July 7 tf 26
NEW GOODS FOR 18581i
IPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIE S.
[ AM now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c.,. &c., which, in point of
uality and cheapness, will comparefavorably with
he Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
ud Augusta. .
Mf stock-of Dry Goo~sconsist of alinidt
)f the most fashionable styki's and of all qualities.
iso, a fine assortment of-seasonable Goods for
Gentlemsen and Youtle's Wear.
Also, a'large variety of
BONNETS,~HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, S0OES, &C,5
In the GROCERY line I am prepared. to ofibr
nch inducements as must please my customers,
f y stock consists'of an assortment of
Sugar, Cof'ee, Ten, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBACC0, SERAIRS,
INUFF, WIN ES3, BR ANDIES, P' U R E
321F Come and look at my Stock.
I. L. IEARMYON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf 11
J ANAWAY from 'the Subseripeor's mother,)
-. about the 1st April last, lasi -likely Mulatto
ay'RICH llOND, about 21 years olds and about
feet 7 or 8 inches laigh. Hisi color Is tolerable
righit and his hair piretty straight, and wore
lhen he left a moustache. Hie is intelligent and'
ikerably quick sphkein. He has been raised In
e ho.use, and is a valuablo diningaroou'n sergant
d soed ostler.
It is supposed lhe is lurking -about some of the
~ighiboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta,
huarleston or Columbia. TI-e above reward will
paid fur hlis apprehensioin and delivery in any
il so that I may get him. And any information
iicerning himn will be thar~cfully received.
. T. N. LUN(DY.
June 28 tf 24
32TTge Auausta Constitutioralist and Charles
ni Mercury will please copy weekly for.oens
Dnth and forward bills to T. N. L., IEdgefield C.
JOTICE is hereby given, that appliestion
Swillibe made to the Legislature'at its next ses
n, fur a release of all the right and interest of
State in the Escheated Property of Charles
Gregor, deceased, to James S. Henderson and
July 20 158 ., 3m 28
lOTICE is hereby given'ibtapeto will
~be made at the next Session of the Le'gisla-.
e, for a Charter for a Road to run from the
thieran Church, on -Edisto,. to intersect the Co.
obia'Road at orashr Col. John Hulet's, two and
alf miles from Edgefield Village.
iy 6 8m - 16.
TOTlOElis hereby given that application
I will be made at the next Session of the L~g
,ture to incorporate Hlarmony 'Methodist Epis
ia1 Church. -
Lug 4 8m 80
TOTCE--Appication will he made to the
I Legislature at its next Session, to discontinue
Road from Saint Ma'rk's Chureh to Rhinehart's
I as a Public Roa.
uly 28 3m - 9
FOTiCE is hereby given that application will
be made by the Town Council of Hamburg,
J., to the general Assembly at its next session,
an amendment of its charter. -*
[amburg, August 11, 1858 .tf 81
FOTICE-Applcation will be made ta the
next Session of the Legislature, for a renew
*f the Charter of the Hamburg, S. C., Fire En
SCompany, with amenidments.
ept. 1, 1858 tf
FOTICE.-Appliction will he made to the
ILegislature at its next~ession foran Aetto in
orate the Bethlehem Baptist Church, in Edge.
wue 9 3m 2
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.4.hat appli
cation will be made at the next Session of
Legislature, to vest in B. F. Landrum all the
t, title and interest of Christian Breithaupt,
d., or of his heirs,. inad to the Tract of
II lately occupied by 'Eartlett W. Hatcher,
d., devised to him by his father John Hatcher-,
.,sd.1. having been escheated to the
a Suh rolina.
uly 21 8m* 28
OTICE I-AR persons inddbted to tEs-'
tate of George MetD. Rearden are iqeated *
skes immediate settlemnent; ad these aving
inds- against'tlhe ;Ettate wmiglede phsset
I forthwith, propierly atteted. -
A 6P. WalSEtrf AM'er.
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