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For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertising
AVING disposed of my interest in the SA
LUDA HOUSh, to Mrs. S. A. HOYT and
CHARLES L. COVAR, I return my warmest
thanks to my friends and patr..ns for their past
liberal encouragement ; and earesmtly bespeak for
my son and daughter a continuatawi of that gene
rous patronage. I have every conil-lence in their
capacity to take charge of the House 4
Sept 1, 1858.
. A CARD.
FROM the above Card, it will be seen that we
have take-n chare of the SALUDA HOUSE,
and hope by strict attention t6 business, and to the
wants and pleasure of those who may have the
kindness to stop with us, to win the confidence and
fccure the patronage (.f the present friends of the
House, as also the public aenerally. We intend to
DISCHARGE OUR DUTY as faithfully as we
can, and STRIVE to please our patrons.
S. A. HOYT,
C. L. COVAR.
Sept 15 tf 36
T HE Ptoprietor of this well known and popu
- lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to Iis friends and the travelling public
generalle, that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that Isis whole caergies will lie
put into requisition to gratity the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronnue.
The House has jnst been thoroughly repaired.
and tihe Rooms and Furniture punt in excellems con
dition for the Spring and Susmer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can h~e had, ;uad presided over by one skcilk-d in,
the culinary departmnent--and in short, e-verythine
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicureani will
be supplied ini abundanace. The s'ervan~te of the
CA ROLINA 'HOTEL are noted ror their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wIshes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
Trhankful for piast encoutragemnent and patron
age,I respectfully solicita continuance of.th-ame.
JOHN A. MAY$.
SThe travelling community are notified that
they and their basgeago will be conveyed, at a nmo
ment's warning, without charge, to the I arolina or
G eorgia Depots. J. A. M.L
' Hamburg, May 3 188 f 16
FIRST CLASS PIANO FORTES.
A. A. CLARK & SON,
B E to return their sincere thanks to the citi
ns of Edgeie4 for thoir very liberal pa
renage -for the last five years, and to inform them
that they.are still prepared to furnish PIA NOs
from ras vzar BEST MAKERs AT LOWER rxtczs
thian can be got elsewhere.
Our attention las recently been called to the ad
vertisement of a dealer who seems desirous of as
sumaing the guardianship of the piublic by telling
them not to buy of " pedlars or agents "-but of
him! As we have had no store in Augusta for
two years, and have been selling all the time in
the District, we presume it is intended for us, and
in this connection will give our reasons for discons
tinning our store there. They are these:
1st. We are at no expense, having no store rent,
clerk hire, nor heavy board to pay, and can there
fore sell lower than any other house.
2ndly. We can sell more by it. -;And there is
where Che shoe pinches. In the last five years we
have sold more Pianos in this District than all sith.
er houses in Augusta and Charleston, and we are
willing that our claims to public patronage shoul
be decided by any one that we have sold. Can
the proprietor of the " Rmsporium'" say as much ?
Wie sell tn Pianos that can be bought back in a
yjearwor atlhalf prie!
We give our own and the maker's ,written guar
antee that the Pianos are perfect in every respect,
anol are ready at any time to come up) to them.
We see every Piano put up at home and attend
to them a fear free or charge.
In conclusion, we would say that we are still
buying and ael ing on our own responsibility from
the makers we always dealt~ with, viz: Jacob
-Chickering ; Halbiert, Davis & Co.; 4. W. Ladd &
Co., and others.
Vie sell at the manufacturer's RETAIL PRICEA,
and any o.ne buying from us may rest assured that
they are Betting as good as the best and as cheap
as the cheapest ; and that they are getting themn
fresk from the mantufactory.
; gg Orders addressed to us at Augusta, Ga.,
will meet with, prompt attention.
gg We still continue to TUNE and REPAIR
PIANOS, and will attend to calls in any part of
A. A. CLARK & SON.
Auausta, Ga., Sept. 1, 188 f 34
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
C ONTINUE the above business, in all its bran
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for orders for
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS8b
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
Machinery of all Descriptions.
Augusta, Bept. 1 l y * 3d
N OTICE.-AlI persons indebted to the Es
tate of John Kirksey, dee'd., are hereby
timely warned to make payment forthwith, and
those having claims against the E state are notified
to render them in, properly attested, at an early
day. E. P'. H. KIRK8EY, actring Ex'or.
Dec 80 tf 61
VINEGAR-Two hundred gallons Choice
VAPPLE and PICKLING VINEGAR, just
received. 0. L. PENN, Agent.
A L persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dee'd., are requested to mak- immnedi
ate payment, and all personsm having demands
against the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Amos
PETER OUZT. A 'r.
Dec.28.11-57. tf 60.
t'OR ANVD CORIN MEAL--Can be
h ad at my house for Cask.
J-.amuua, Sele, Upper, Kipe, Ac.*
3, T. MIS.
re.. , #1 1
Savannah River Pl an t a t io n
A IIE \.TIY SITUATION-A DESIR \BLE
RESIDENCE-AND A MOST PRO
.11 H Subscriber bting desirous of removing
to Texas, otirs for sale his valuable farm,
well known s the
SNOW NILL PLANTATION,
Lying immediately on the Savannah River, four
miles above laimburg, on the Martiu Town Road,
225 Acres of this Tract are in a most profitable
state of cultivation-producing cotton, corn, &c.,
equal to the best lands in the country. The re
mainder of the Tract is finely timbered, and is
truly valuable in consequcnce of its convenience
to the Hamburg and A ugusta markets.
The place is well improved-the Dwelling House,
whiA is commodious, has been but tecently re
paired. and all the necessary out-buildings are in
perfect repair. Attached to this phltation is a
first rate Cotton Gin and Screw, t un by water pow
er. Also, a Thrasher for cleaning grain.
On the place is also a good Flour and Grist Mill,
in fine running order, u hich turns out the best of
Flour and Meal.
Also' connected with this place, is an excellent
Sbad Fishery, which is surpassed by none ou the
River, and is one that pays well. This is a healthy
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
vantages belong to this place which it is not neces
sary to mention.
Persons wishing to purchase, will i -t be doing
themselves justice if they buy before examining
the above Tract.
f If not dispo ed of before the 13th of No
vember next, I shall not sell.
g Terms acconmodating. Price advanta
geous to the purchaser.
If desired, I wiW also sell a lot of Corn, Fodder,
Stock of all kinds, Plantation Tools, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
L. L. HALL.
Sept 1,1858 tf 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
A PLANTATION on the' Hurricane Creek,
about six miles from WILLIATsTO in An
derson District, containing
Four Hundred and Seventeen Acres,
a large portion of which is bottom land now in
cultivation. The growing crop % ill attest its qual
Two other Tracts adjoining eavh other, containing
about Seven Ilundred Acres each, sitna
ted aout three miles from PENDLETON, ot1 the
public road leading to Greenville C. H. The
Dwelling House on one Tract is large and 6ommo
dious commanding a fine view of the Mountains,
and the Orchards and Vineyards contain a variety
of choice fruits.
The upland is all of the best quality, with a due
portion of fine Creek botto.-Also several other
Tracts of Land, varying in size to suit purchasers.
Terms will be made easy. For further Tparticu
lars apply to . WM VAN WYCK.
Pendleton, S. C., Sept 1, 1858 2m 34
1 i UE -ubscriber, wishing to remove to the Vi'
.Tlag,-. f,,r greater convrnience to business,
ff.-rs his WEIl. IMPROVED PLACE for sah-,
situated thr ce miles West ef lelt-i, Id Court II..use,
on the A bbeville Road.
My plae is in the neighblo, hood of Major .ilohn
iI. linghes,,Jas. L. ilia, Mrs lagood and .luhn
Ii. I Ioling worth, most ,xcehll-nt neighab.'us...
' htase. i ishuing to' purchust wvill pte:aec ca.l on thme
Terums uf i'al.- will be nmade very aconmmodlating.
G.W LAN1R U M.
_August lel, tf 32
300 ACRES PINEY WOODS LAND
THE Subscriber is desirons of selling his V'AL
F UABLK TRACT 01" LANI), containing
Three hundred acres of
First Quality Pine Land,
lying itmmediately on the Hainburg & Edg-field
Plank Road, 7 miles fromn Edgelield C. H., and
bounded by lands of Benj. B'ettis and others.
There is on th~e prmie an old but comfortabtle
LDwelling, the usual out houses, a good new Gin
H ouse and Screw, &c. The best of wvater is one
of its superior advantages, as it abounds in th~e
greatest convenienc th~roughtout the~Tract.
This pla5ce is susceptible <f the highest mm
prorement. The land utnder cultivation is lra
ductive, and well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &c.
About 130 Acres of this Tract are cleared, a
portion of whicht is new groutnd-whilat, tho me
mainder is well-timbered woodiland.
Those wishing to muake a fin~e investmem't, atnd
at the same time buy a good hottie, will ilo well
to call on the subscriber at an early day.
Price reasonable, and terms accotmmodatinsr.
THOS. SWE ARENGIN.
Aug18_ ____ f__ 32
Land for Sale,
''HIE Subscriber, desiring to change his busi
Lness, olfers for'sale his TRACT OF LAND
containing Six Unnidred Acres. On the
place is a good Dwelling House and all necessary
buildinme. Also, a gotod rsaw Mill. About 140
acres of th'ts Tract are cleared-0 of which are
fresh land. This tract is situate about 21 miles
East oif the Pine H ouse. I wvill take pileasure in
showing the landi to any one who may wish to.
purchase. ABSALOM BiORNE.
Sept 8 _______ f 35
NEW GOODS FOR 1858 !
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLLES.
I AM now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
iGoods, Groceries, &c., &c., which, in po'nt of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortment of seasonable Goods fur
Gentleanen and Youth's Wear.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the G ROCERY line I am prepared to offer
such inducements as inust p.lease nmy customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, lMolasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBA CCO, SE A RS,
SNUFF, W IN ES, BRANDIES, P'U RE
gg Come and look at my Stock.
1. L NIARMYON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 f 11
BROUGHT TO TINE JAIL
F, this Dietrict, a Negro nmn whbo says his
~Yname is May, and that he he'ong to, one Mrs.
Iarret Readhimer, formerly of this District, tut
now in Louisiana.
MAY is about 35 years of age, bright copper
complexion, weighs 150 pounds, is 5 feet 4 inches
high, and his upper front teeth are all out.
The owner is requested to come forwar,1, prove
property, pay eharges, and take him away, other
wise he will be dealt wIt nieording to l.aw.
TIL LMAN HI. CL ARK, s.F D.
Sept. 15 tf 36
C HOICE TOBACCO--Just received,
direct from the manufaictory of Col. Peter
Penn, of Virginia, a supply of Fine CHEWING
TOBACCO, comprising the folloiving Brands:
" Honey Dew," " Oronoco," " Extra Twist" and
" Old Dominion." Lovers of the weed are invited
to call and sample theo latter brand. "Old Do
minion" is hard to beat.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
Sept 8 tf 354
E XECUTORS' NOTICE.-AIl persons
indebted to the Estate of Johun Jo)nes, dec'dl.,
are earnestly requested to make arrangements to
pay up promptly that the provisions of the will
may be complied with ; and all persons having
denands against the Estate will please present
them to the Executora immediately, properly at
teste.A. J. HAMMOND,
Sep 8W. 0. H ARR[S. Ex'
Butler Lodge, No 17 l.O.O.F.
STHE Regular meetings of this Lodge
will be held hereafter ini their NEW
HALL, By order of thme N. G.
FALL TRADE, 1858!
193 Broad Street,
maniufacturer of and Dealer in
SHOE AND HARMESS LEATHER,
Trunks, Valiscs, Whips,
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER BELTING,
Of all kinds,
IS anw fully prepared fur the Fall Trade,
with a large and well assorted Stock of GUODS,
which he wili sell at as low prices as they can be
obtained at any House in the South.
' Thankful for the generous pntronage extended
to him for the la.t Fifteen Years, he
respeetfully calls the attention of
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
To an examination of his Goods before purchasing
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.,
Manu'actured. to order, 4-f the BIN1T NIATERI
ALS, and by the BEST WORKMEN in the
Augusta, Sept 13 Gm 36
NE W SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHO S
T mos. P. LAR US, Augusta, Georgia,lns
this day received a large lot of SPRZING
GOODS, and will continue ta do so through the
snniner, conissting in part of
ladies' Silk F xed CONGRESS GAITERS,
do do do do
do Glove Kid Congrt ss do
do Colored TIP ' do
do Black do) do
do Fino Philadelphia Kid and Moroeco SLIP
Misses' Fired Kid-Tiop Ki sTil P.00's.
do Kii and Mormiceo SLIPPESR ain TIES,
Childrens' SI 10IM. o r every demeription,
Meis' calr Opera PLMP 1001$,
do Goats If KELED INVINCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. P1UM PS and Oxford TIKS,
do Gonts 11. S. do
do Calf i S: dis
do Kid Congress (GAITER9,
do Calf do do
Boys' do) do do
With a variety too numerous to montion. Call
and look. as I have attentive Cler ks who will be
Alad to sliuw the Good.
Augusia. O,-o., A pril 5 if 13
THOMAS J, FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHIECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Strcet, Angusta, Georgia,
Y1'7 oULr ecspectfully call the attention of Plan
V ' terae, Mer. hants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicinies and Chemnicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN HIS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
wliere can oil-r a stuck superior in GENUINE
NE'SS. PURITY, or on more REASONABLE
SVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All officinal preparations put up under the su
piervisioni of eraduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharinacy, andl in strict conformit~y
with the formularies of thu United States Phar
miacopuwi.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
H~dr, Tooth, Paint andI Wall Brushes,
&c., & c., &c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
tion to my stock of
Paints,0Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C.,
which I protise to sell 10 per cent, LOWER thban
any Ilouse in thIs City.
'Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the mnn.y will be. retturned and ex
pences paid in nll cases.
Agent tor sherman's Patent Trnua, and
the only depot for genauine Sweedibh LEECIIES
ini the City.
Ws$oliciting a visit hefore purtchasinig else
where, I feel conitlent that the inducements of
fered both, in lowness of price and punctuality in
at:.tnding to orders, will,secure a portion of your
sWRIemember my Store is under the Augusta
Ho:ol, A ugusta, Ga.
TIIOYA? 37. FOGARTYT.
Augusta, btlarch 30 ly 12
FRESHI DRUaS, MEDICINES, &C
'THE Sub~scribiers take pleasuro in informing
Ltheir friends and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING a Large Additiona to their al
ready extensive Stock of PURE and FRESil
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a CO.\PLETE OUTFIT
of Medici'*es. Instrumnents, Shop Furiiiture, Medi
cal saddle Bags,,a c., &o., &c.
-.T O T HE L A D IES.
We will also say to the Lalices that our Stock
comprise.' A LL nrticles for the TOILET, from the
Dressin2 Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, flair Restoratives, De
p'latory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine~xtractst, &c.
Ala-,, FLATORING EXTRACTS for Culinay pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wants have been attended to in our
prent selection. Fend in your orden, or come
in and let us put you up a complete Plantation
Case of Medicines, Instrumen'ts, &c., with full di
rections for use. in all simple cases, and thereby
save time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely adinitstration of an emetic, or an
anodyne, does and will often &reak the chain of
morbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the moit'ieputable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
fesh is heir to. If you -cannot find anything
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
preparing something for your relief.
Lrrrescripitions filled with acturacy and dis
patchl at all hours, day or night.
gWCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the Odd'Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. .1. TEAGIUE.
Edgefiebl, April 28 '' tf 1ii
House, Sign & Ornamental Painting !
r ri, Subscribers take pleasure in annoncing to
Lthea citizen, of Edgefield District, that they
are now prepared to do all work entrusted to them
in the lhne of
HOUSE AND ORNA1EENTAL PAINTING,
To all who may be pleased to favor u. with their
patronage, we promise to give entire satisfactioin.
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
espatch and in a workmanlike manner.
Our terms will be reasonable. For further-par
,ieulars call on us at Edgefield C. Hi.
ET' RmaaxcE-Capt. .lJAI B. GatFFN and Gen.
W. C. MoaAuxe, of this Distr'ic.
3.1.211858 33. o
Fine Piinos Book,
SIIC Subscriber n'ter rr-tinOuti nnks tilrteir
. friends in EDGElVLIELD and seljoin Dis
trieto, for their liberal patroVale durins the last
ten years, would inforn them thstAth.y still con
tinue to keep on hand a largeasorntinent of
from the celebrated mantet1ries of RAVEN BA t
CON & CO., H AZELTON, BROS.. And A. I.
GALE & CO., New York, Jor whom they are sole
Agents. These Instrumentabhaving already on
sachefar I amed cek-brityj-it is only nee . 0r t us
to repeat that for strength, durability and finish,
together with poswer, depth, sweetness and soft
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
wanting a superior
would do much better to -call and select from a large
assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior makers, where thijhave no choice, and
have often to pay highe, prices' for inreiior Instru
ments, tjian fine ones of supierior makers can- be
bor-ght fur. Every PIANO ]FORTE sold by us is
warranted in every r.-ect, 46 the, purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Persois orb4ring fron a distanee
fron uns can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICL E, as we nake it a point to keep goods of the
best quality and such as we ean recommend and
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MUSIC isvery large and they
are con-tantly reecivinig all neir ,pieces as .they are
published. GUITAR and"VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best qualityilways on band.
They would also .eall atteatiwn to their large
School and M i e ou- IStationery
Always on hand the largest auortment In the State
of G IJ IT A RS, VIOLNS, ACCORD EONS,
LUTES, FLAGEOLET,..101 IN BOWS,&e ,
and every article of Musical Meichandise.
Carhart's and Needhai's and Prino's celebrated
ACCORIDEONS and VIOJ.NS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER.
Bionad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13
WILLIAM R TUTT,
(Opposite Auguista hotel,)
Augujta' Ga. _
H AS in Store a very exteheive stock of PURE
DRITGS, FAMIL.Y and PLANTATION
M EDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, W I N D O W
GL AS-, &e., the quality and price of which he
warrants equal to any in the South. -A call from
purchasers is respectfully solicited.
He has now on hand
500 Ounces Sulph QUININE,
50 Lbs. Qell.)Ol)FORM,
50 Ounces MORI1IINK.
100 Lbs. TURKEY OPIUM,
10 lbl . NIo. I 1A STOl OIL,
'2,000 Lb~s ECPSONI RALTSi,
10,000 Lbs. PU RE WRlITB LEAiD,
500 Gaf's. LI[NED OffL,
500 Gal-,. Spts. TURPEN TIN E,
12 De'z. .IACO B'S CORD[A l.,
60 " MUST \NG L1NIMENT.
2 " MlEDICINECHESTS, 'r Families
12 Doz Borrhave's Holland BITTERS,
12 ". Schalleubergus FAver and Ague
12 D)ez. Osgord's India ClHOr.AGOGUE
A ugusta, JulL.28, 1858 3m 29
A C RNR A L lCL.ECTO~ill be held in Fdge
th idU District, on MONI)AY and T U ICSD)A Y,
the 11th and 12th days or OCTOBIER, 1858, for
the election of' one Re.presentative in the Congress
of the Ujnit~ed States, and one Senar, and six
Represesnatives~ in the Legislature of South Caroli
na, under the direction or thes following Managers,
Edgjeid Court.JIouse-S. S. Tompkins, Geo. A.
Addison and James Murrell.
Boulaoare'a-Seab~orn Teinple, Martin McCarty and
John A. Lott.
. Lybanoda-W. L. Culemnan, Levi Lybrand and
B,.eek I'lad-H. L. Mayson, S. L. J. Clark and J.
(&ronuielle.-J. J. Sentell, D. L. Turner and WVm.
Iwdmbury-J. C. McDonald, Win. Hill and D.
Pinec Ifonae.-A. J. HIughes, J.'L.. Mathis and 11.
Clherokee I/%nds-A. P. Butler, T. P. Shaw and
)Ridge;-E. W. Parry, Watson Rutland and James
1/utchecr'a.-John Seigler, Samuel Posey and J. At.
Liberty Jfi-J. L. Talbert, John F. Burress and
Cllier' a-Jumes M. Harrison, W. E. Middleton and
T. M. Craftun.
Panrk;'-J. W. Rtobertson, J. E. Cartledgo and W.
White Ionie-Landoni Tucker, J. W. Tompkins aind
lied 1111-P. 1B. Hanson, Lee Holson and William
ijneton'.-Lemuel Corley, J. Cheathamn and John
S/hatterield-Elbert Devore, W. Langley and Wus.
KN.con'-J. P. Nixon, .S. 0. -Merriwether and N.
Peuamant Lane.-J. 13. Timnmermnan, R1. Hardy and
J. F. C. Settle.. :
Mianma llinyia-WilliU Stone, E. WV. Seibles and
Isaae Edwards. ..
.Seneiry-a-L. Culbreath, R. S. Burnett and Levi
JIpore'a-Lcmuel Brooks, W. S. Holloway and A.
Rtichardan'-John Griffith, Basil M. Peterson and
cal~ewn'a X Roads-Fred. Scurry, David Richard
son and P. J. Coleman.
M/eetinug Street-William Bledsoe, J. F. Lowry and
W. L. Stevens.
Korri'--M. B. Whittle, Wilson Holstein and Hez.
Rhinehart'-John A. Kinard, Ed. Lorick and Levi
.Dorin's JI ilae-S. :W. Corley, Alf. May and A. C.
Allen'a-Heniry Hart,Jo'hn Wright and J. 11. Eid
Nickerason'-C. Nlekerapa, lhamn Cuibreath and J.
l'erry'a-Crawford Perry, Smith Livingston and
Stecna'-Sebron Staluaker, .1. B. Harris and Simnp
CoPeraile-W- Haltiwanger, G. IA. H[olloway and
Frank V. Cooper.
Wlms. .~Sign--Samuel J. Wason, Elay Forrest and
S/iekler's-D. Coleman, W. Ethieredge and Hardy
Polls to be opened two days at each precinet..
Managers to meet at Ed'gefleld C. H , on the Wed
nesay following,'at,12 o'lock,MI., count the votes,
and declare the election.
8. S. TOMPKIN4S, Chair.
Sept 13 '1 8l 36
CARRIAGE REPOSITOItY !
OII R IST IE & IUR LDBEIR T.
TcHE iSbera oflbr for sale at the old stand
ofR .Sullivan,'a.QHOICEC collection of,
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies, 1
And all other articles In their line. They have
made arrangements to keep their Hiouse supplied
with the BEST ARTICLES, from the BSEST
Fatories in the United' tates, which they will.
sell LOW FOR 'CABSH, or for good paper on
s ort time. -
CARIAGES and BU4SGIES of every des
cription will be furnished-to order on short notice.
8 . CHRISTIE,
A.192 no f 15a
ANSLEY & SON,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SWholesale and Retail Dealers in
IACON, LAED, FLOiJU, GRAIN, &e.
W 7ILL give strict attention to the Sale and
Purchase of Merchanidbte, Flour, Grain,
Mnd all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUC K.
By strict personal attention to business, we hope
o secure a liberal patronage from the citizens of
3dgefleld and the adjoining Districts.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
Liberal cash gdvances made on Cotton and other
?roduce when desired'.
Augusta, Ang 18 0n 32
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & C0,
RxOCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
C ONTINUE as heret fore, in connection with
their Grocery business, to attend to tbe sale
)f COTTON and other Produce.
They will be prepared in the Brick Fire-Proof
Warehou.<e, now in proces of erecti'n in the rear
)f their store, at the intersection of -Jackson and
Reynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
nents made them.
- Liberal cash advances made on Produce in
Loro when requested.
THOMAS .1. JENNINGS,
Augusta, Aug 10, Giml 32
Ms Pe STOVALL,
WAREIIOUSE AND COMMISSION
CONTINUES the business in
all its branches, in his large and
commodious Fire Proof Warehouse, on Jackson
Street, near the Globo Hotel.
Orders for Goods, &c., promptly and carefully
The usual Cash facilitit s afibrded customers.
A ugusta, Aun: 4 um* 30
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, and
Da5ine., MAss., 20th Dec., 1855.
Da. J. C AvTs: I do not hesitate to say
the best remedy I have ever found for
Coughs, lfoarsenose, Influenza, and the
concmitaut symptomsof a Cold, isyour
CIaART PECTORAL. 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. EEN KNIGHT, M. D.
A.B. MORTLEY, EsQ.,of UTIcA, N. Y., writes: "I have
used your lktrom myself and in my fimily ever siucs
you Invented it, and believe it the best medicine for its
purpose ever put out. With a bad cold I should sooner
pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
SPuNarisLD, Miss., Feb. 7,1856.
Bovmsu ATsa: I will cheerfully certify your tetoral
is the best remody we possess for the cure of whooping
cough, croup, and the chest diseases of children. we of
your fraternity In the Eduth appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to our people.
HIRLAM CONKLIN, 3.D.
AMOS LEl, Esq., Mostvazr, IA., writessd Jan., 1856:
" I had a tedious Infiuenza, which confined me in doors
six weeks; took many miedicines without relief; finally
tried your etoral by the adivice of our clergyman. The
first dose relleved the soreness in my throat and lungs;
less thin one hmalf the bottle made me compl-tely welL
Your mnedicines are time cheapest as well as tihe best we
can bumy, and we estmenm yon, Doctor, and your remedies,
as the poor man's friend."
Asthmia or Phathisie, sa Bronchitis.
Wasi MlAscussta, P.c., Feb. 4, 1856.
Sta: Your C7herry, JTernrai is performng muarvellonm
enres in this sectIon. It has relieved several from alarm
lug symuptoms of consumptIon, and Is now curing a man
who has labored under an~ affection of the lunogs for the
last forty years. IIENitY L. PARKS, M1erchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, 3!. D., ALlies, McNaos Co., IOWA,
writes, Sept.6,1855: " During my practice ofimany years
I have found nothing equal to your CGerry Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We might add volumes of evidellee, but thne most con
.ineing proof of the virtuesof this remedy Is found In its
effects upon trial. .~upln
Probably no one remedy haa ever been known whmich
cured so many and such dangerous cases s this. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those the Georry
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
Astoa House, Niw Yoai Cm, March 5,-1856.
Docos Avua, Lowxu,: I fee it a duty ad a pleasure
to lnform you what your Chery Pvdomol has done for my
wIfe. She had been livo months labioring under the dlan
gerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid we
could proenre gave h~ernmuch relief. She was steadily fall
lug, until Dr. Strong. er this city, where we have come for
advice, recommnended a trial of your nmedicine. We bless
his kindness, mas we do your skill; for she has recovered
fronm that day. She Is not yct au strong as she used to
be, hut Is free fromm her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratItude and regard,
OltLANDO SIIELBY, or Suwsx.s,..
-Cbnsumpir'es, do nut despair till you hmave tried Avs's
Cnsaav PzcvoaAL. It is made by one of the best medical
chenists in the worid, and its cures all around tas bespeak
the high merits of its virtues.---2iudelhia Ldlger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
TiE sciences of Chemistry ad Medicine have been
taxed their utmost to prodmuce this beat, most perfect
purgative which Is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shown that these P.s hare virtues which surpass in
excellence the ordinary nmedcines, and that they win un
precedentedly upon the esteem of alt men. They aresafe
andm pleasant to take, hat powerful to cure. Thmeir pene
tating properties stimulate the vital activitiesof the boly,
reumove the obstructions of Its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. They purge out the fouml humors which
,reed and grow distemuper, stimulate-,sluggish or disor.
dered organs Into their natural action,sindl impart Healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they cure the everyday complaint'of every body, but
also formidable amd daungerous diseases that have baffled
the best of hutnan skill. Wh~ile thmey produce powerndi
effects, they are at the same time, in dlnminished doses, the
safest and best physic that can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely'vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpass bellef were they not sub
tantiated by men of such exalted position and character
as. to Ibrbild thme suspicion of unutruth. 3Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent thneir names to certify
to the public the reliability of my remedies, white others
have sent me the assurance of thmeir conviction that my
'Trparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
affited, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanae,containing directions for thneir use amid
certificates of their cures, of the following complaints:
Costiveness, nilions Coumplaints, Rhleumuatism, Dropsy,
hiartburn, liendache arising from a foul stomach, Nau
sea, Indigestion, 3Morbid Inaction of the Bowels aund Pain
arising thnerefromi, Flatuleucy, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer
ous and Cutaubous Diseases which require an evacuant
medicine, Scrofula or Kinag's EvIL. They also, by purify
hg time bloodi and stimulating the system, cure many
cmnlaints which it would not be sul~lpned they could
reach, sueh as Deafness, Partial Bllndnsen, Neuralgia and
Nervonse Irrltability, Derangenments of the idver and Kid.
neys, Gout, and other kindred conmplainte arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of Its functions.
Do not he put off by unprincipled dealers with some
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ara's
Pmus, end take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its Intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is Sir them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYE|R,
Pactical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Ms.
Fales as Cr5. Paa Box. Fmr Bozs 101 $1.
G. L. PENN and DRS. A. 0. & T. J. TNAOUE,
Idgefled C. HI.; A. J. PELLETIERt & CO., 1Ham
urg, and hy oil dealers in medicine. Whnolesale by
[AVILAND, ClHICHESTER1 & CO., Augusta, Ga.
June 2 Iy 21
ctagon Burial Cases
H'IE Subscriber keeps constantly on hiand at hiis
FLurniture, Rooms, opposite thme Post Office, a
ange assortment of this new style of METALIC
JURA L CASES, of beautiful form, and finished
n perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
VOO. These CASESB are now extensively used
nd possess nmany valuable advantages over all
~ofins nowv before the public.
will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
varning, a line Stoek'of WOOD tCOiFFINS, of my
w manufacture, and of all nize's, prices and qtuality.
- JOHN M. WITT.
Edgeflkl, May 13 tf 18
My terms for uellin~g META LIC BURIA L CA
tIES is Cash, but sould the cah not accompany
he order, interest will be ohbirged from tine day of
elivery. .JOIIN Mi. WITT'.
N. B.-Wood Coffin. will be sold am formerly.
Swan k Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant,
Coutinu to Draw as usual without
'eV.JAT eds CO.'B
LOTTERItS ARE LEGAL, AND AUTUORIZED
BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to injure .
Our firm has shown
That our Lotteries are drawn fairly;
That our Prizes are paid punctually;
And that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the world.
'IIE -following Scheme .will be drawn by S.
.SWAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Nuniber Lotteries for Oct'r. 1858, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 35 Draws Saturday, October 2, 1858
Class 36 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 9, 1858
Class 37 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 1, 1858.
Class- 38 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 2, 1858.
Class 39 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 30, 1858.
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
. 5,485 "P23FaX E I
NEARLY ONE PRIZE 10, EVERY NINE TICKET.
Em~nmwmma Gimu~menone &.
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER!
I Prize of....... ..$0,000 4 Prizes of.........$900
1 Prize of...... 8,0oX 4 Prizes of........... 800
I Prize or. 10,000 4 Prizes of........... 700
1 Prize of.......... 5,000 4 Prizes of............ 000
I Prize of.......... 4,000 50 Prizes of........... 500
1 Prize of.......... 8,000 50 Prizes of............ F00
I Prize of......... 1,5W0 100 Prizes of........... 125
4 Prizes of......... 1,000 280 Prizes of............ 100
4 Prizes of $400-Approx'tingto $70,0 Prize are $1,600
4 Prizes of 00 . " , Prize are 1,200
4 Prizes of 200 " "-10Primzes are 800
4 Prizes of 125 " " 5.000 Prizcs are 500
4 Prizes of 100 " " 4,000 Prizes are 400
4 Prizes of 75 " 3,000 Prizes are 800
4 Prizes of 50 " " 1,500 Prizes are 200
5,000 Prizes of 20 " are.....................100,000
3,485 Prizes amounting to.................$320,000
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters $2,50.
W A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries will be
sent to any one desirous of receiving it.
Certineates of Packages will be sold at the following rates,
which la the risk:
Certificate of Package of ten Whole Tickets..........$80
Certificate of Package of ten I alf Tickets..............40
Certificate of Package of ten guarterTickets............20
Certificate of Package of ten E ighth Tickets............ 10
In Ordering Tickets or Certificates,
Enclose the money to our address for the Ticketsordered,
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may
de The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent
to) urchasers Immediately after the drawing.
I Purchasers will pleae write their signitures plain
and .ive their Post Ofilce, County and State.
. Remember that every Prize Is drawn, ani payable In
full without deduction.
g-A prizes of 1,000 and under, pald immediately after
the drawing-other prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
WAlI communications strictly confidential.
gy*Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed
either to S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga., or
J. W. GAITIER, Agent, Columbia.
A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel
with the amount of the prize that each one is entitled to,
will be published after every drawing, In the following pa.
pPrs:-New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston
Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta latelligencer, New
York Weekly Day Iimk, Augu'sta (Ga.) Constitutlonalist,
Richmond Dispatch. Ngw York Dispatch. Paling (Miss.)
Clarion. Savannah Morning News, aid Little Iock (rk.)
,June 80 1&5 If 25
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR,
PREPARED DY DR. SANFORD.
Iagr atsiti tele eial dliscovery, and Is daily working
curs, atsttoo great to beleve. It eures as If by mag
ic, even thme first dose giving benefit, ad seldom more than.
one bottie is required to cture any kindl of Liver Comtplaint,
fromt lie worst JIandice or Dyspep~siat to a coihmon hi-ad
ache, alt of a hich are the result of a dliseased Liver.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators of the
human bodyil, and when It perfartms its functions well
tie powners of the system nre fumily developedI. The
st.imachis Iaanos't entirely d,~'.ependent'hn the healthy
aetion of the Liver tur the r.pro~per perfiermance of its
fuctionls: W then the .som achi Is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, and the whiole system a n trers aIn conse-.
uence of one organ-thteL, Liver- having ceased to
do Its duoty. For the disesa e s of that organ, one ofithe
proretrs lias made~ it his study, in, a practice of
mre than twenty years,- tofndsome remedty where
w i th to counteract the mtany derangements t U
which it is liable.
To prove that this re mnedy is at last found, any
person troubiled witli Liv e r Comnpilnt In an y
of Its f'>rms, has but to try a is.-( bottle, and conviction is
calmp~und has been ~'furmed by dissolving gums
anal extractlng that p~art . which i. soluble for the ac
tive virtues oif the nttedl e" ine. These gunms remove
all morbid or had matter fronm the system, supply.
ing In theirliaceea heaigl.y flow of bile, htvigorating
the stomnach, causing foe. t tio digest well, purifying
the bloioa1, giving tone amul health to the w hole mmaehi
nirv, remotiving the, causes of the disease, and effeet
ing a raidical enre wittiout a ny of the disagreesable
ater effect", felt by using ''Calomul or Mineral P,*
soni that -is usually resor k,.ted to.
One iliac after eating isa sutlicienit to relieve th e
stioach, antd p~revenlt thte y., food front risiag and sour
4Only one dose taken becforeiri npent
Only one dose taken at night loosens, the bowels
gntly, ande cures costive '- ns.
Onet lwe takeniafter eacht * meal will cure Dyspepisla.
grOne eth~e iif twio tea sixoonsfall wilt always re
live Sick liedache.
Onte bottle taken fur fo male obstruction. remioves
the cause of the disease, anid makesa perfect eure.
Only otne doze imnmedll ately relievesi Cholie, while
Oneedese. eet'en repeated'v is a sure cure fur Choil
era Murbius. anid a pre . ventatire of choilern.,
One dose, lakent oftent , wilil pre~etl the reenrrence
of tillotus Attacks, while it relieves till piainful feel
Only otne botle is .ni'eh'd to thtrow out of thte
sysemi the effects of inei e~ ine after a long sickntess.
One bote takeit'for Jaunellce, rentiiv es all
yellwntess ., r unnatural color front thte skin.
Onlue diose takent a short timie befiore eating gives vIgor to
the apupetite, and makes fooud edigest welt.
Onlae doss, oftent repeateid, etures Charontie Diarrhtea in its
worst forms, whiilte summuer antd bowet contpiaints ylelel al
must to the first iliae.
One or two doses etures attacks caused btywormst, while for
worms in chiieren, there Is no sutrer, safer or speedier rem-.
ede in the wori, as it ntever fa~ils.
'i'here is no exaggenition it these statementit they are
p~auinibier facts, that we can give eviidenice to, prove, whlile
all who use it are givintg their untaanmous testimtony in Its
We lake iInnite plensure in recommending this mediclim
as n preve'ntive fotr Fever and Agute, Chlil Fever, antd all
Fevers iof a HIllous. type. It opertes with certainty. and
thosandsare willing to testify to its wondlerful rirtues.
Among thehtuitreds of Liver Remedies ttow olfereid to
the ptulic, there are nite we camn so highly reconmmenil as
DI. SANFORl)YS INViGORIATORI, so getnerallv known
now throughout the tTution. Thtis preparation la truly a
Liver Invigorator, producing the most happy restults ott all
who use it. Almost insautmerablecertificates htave been gtv
it to the great virtue of thittmeedicinie by those of the high
et staninitg it soeiety, anti we know,~ it to be the best prepa
ation now b~e firi, the pubtlie.-IleumIson. Countg Dsemoeret.
PRtICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTL1.
SANFORD & CO.,
Proprietors,S3.5 Broadway, New York,
gFors~te at Edgedield C. H. by G. L. PENN, Agent.
June 10,15. ly 2
P) ANAWAY from the Suibscriber's mother,
IA about the 1st April last, his likely Miulatto
boy RICHII'OND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet 7-or 8 Inchtes htigh'. ils color is tolerable
brielht antd his hair pretty straiglt, and wore
wein he left a moustache, Hie is intelligetnt and
tolerably quick spokent. lie htas been raised In
theiuse, aund is a valuable dining-room servant
and good estler.
It is supposed he is lurking about somec of the
neighboring cities,-elther Hamnburg, Augusta,
Chaleston or Coltumbla. The above reward wvill
be Imlid for his aptprehension and delivery in any
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 23. tf 24
fgTge Augusta Constitutiortalist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefleld C.
N OTICE is hereby givent, that application
will be made to the [.egislature at its next ses
sion, for a release of all thte right and interest o.f
the State in the Esacheated Property of Charles
McGregor, deceased, to James 8. Henderson and
Juy 20 1858 3m . 28
NOTICE.-All those indebted to the Estate
.~of Dennis McCartey, dec'md., must pay up by
the 1st .January next; and tUhose having claims
against the Estate will render them in by that day
~roperly attested. JACOB McCA RTEY,
Aug 25 *171 33 Adm'r.
P URE MISSOU WVINES.--Spark
ling CA T ABA, CA BINET, and othier brands
of tbe Missouri Wine Company, can be had at
. I. BOWF.RA, Agent, Hamburg, who is the
soleAgent for that Company.
Ham burg, Sept 1 , f 34
EXECUTOlRS NOTICE.-All persons
.dhaving claims against the Estate of Avory
Bland, decessed, are hereby notified to present
them, properly atteated,immiediatealy.e
- J. 8. SMYLY,)
J. A. BLAND, }Ez'ouu.
W.M. H I L L,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
WOULD inform his frienda 3o
and all who maybe Trading- 0 -- -
to is Market, that he still eon- J
tindba to kepa FULF, and well
seieoted ofk t Goods in thi
above line, and solicits a share of.
patronageftomallwhoniay be lnwantof ayar-,
tiles he ke 8, assuring them that every, exiertio
shall be m to give satisfaction to the ,u
in quality and price, feeling confident th -h Oki
sell his Goods on as Beusonable.tem- -i.
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE u AUGU
His Stock is now COMPLETE, havi added
largely by recent purchases from the B Mdnu
facturers. His Stock is such that almost eyery one
can find some-article on their list of wants, and on'
such terms as cannot fail to please-amongst whlih
is.a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sizes, of the best brandi, in
eluding all Aizs of SPIKES, -Also English ad
American Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nails, all sizes.
Nail RODS and Sheet and -Hoop IRON;
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrated
make of Broad, Chopping, and Hand AXES,
IIATCUTS, &a.; - -
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand SAWS, all kinds; -
Hammers, Chisels, Av.ers, Drawing .Ktives
Adzes, Gimblets, Brace and Bitts, Mill, 1 &Sw
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw $eats
Compasses, Hollow'.Augers and Bitte, Gauges
Planes of every description, Plane Bitt., and every
Variety of arpenter's To il
Edge Tools of every description.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, S [and
and Shoeinglammers, Rasp., Drills, at
&a., all of the best manufacture. Great
care having been taken in the selection
of' these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Poeket and Table Cutlery.
Iia Stock of Poeket and Table Cutlety I# complete
and quality unsurpassed -amongst which can
be found full Setta of Table Cutlery, of.
Joseph Rodgers & Sons'elebratedl
manufacture; Pocket and Pen
Knives all patterns and q"
ities; fine Razors. Ba
sors, Shears, &c.
Also, a-great variety of
SMA L L WARES,:..,
SUILh as Pins, Needles, Port Monies, air Brushes,
Conbs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Penels,:&o.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
On hand a choice lot of Guns Imd Pistols the .
finest quality-Colt's,. Adams' and Dean's and.
others snake of Repeaters, self-coking.
Also, an assortmentof Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shot Belts,
Cleaning Rods, &o.
illis Stock of Building material swill be found com.
plete, consisdag in part of lacks, .UHlges,
Screws, Window Fastenings,sllkinds~ud
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, Trunk and
- Chest Locks.
Light and Heavy Castilki
Always on hand a fine assortment of ltiand
heavy Castings, Pots, Ovefi., Spiders, Tea Kt
tkts, Well Wheels, Waffl Iros.,&e.-,
Farmer's Boilers, Cauldrns, Wagon
Boxes, Sad Irons, Fire D~ogs,
Shovel and Tong.
Cooking and Heating Steves,
A LL PATTERNS AND-SIZES.
Wagon Chain all kinds, Log :Continued, Halter -e
and Trae hains, Spades and Shovels Hay
Forks, Crockery and Glass ar,d e.
Also, manufacturer of all finds of
Tin and.Sheet Ion Warel
All are earnestly solicited to call and examine
for themselves. And you will find it greatly to
your intertst to patronize your old Edgefeld Dis
trict eitizen. Wil. MILL.
.Hlamburg, Oct 26 if 42
.E.LEGO has just received another -
FULand FRESH stockof (dROCESIES,
consisting in part of
SUGARS of all kinds and prices;
-MOLASSES, a full variety;
Choice N.0. SYRUP; ;
Java and Rio COFFE E;*
Hyson and Black TEA ;
LiQUORS of all kindsl';
Fine TOBACCO and 8EGAR8S
Sperm and A damantine C A IL1S;
MACKER EL and Dried Beef TONGUES;
CANDIES of ovary variety ;- -
Also, LEMONS and other articles usually kept
In a grocery store.
W. E. LEOG.
Aug25 t f 33
LINAL NO'TICE.-Ail persons having any
el'cims against the Estate el Simeon Mathia',.
dlecased. are no ified thant they maust renider thei
in by ahe 1st October next, and ths Indebted must
pay up by lieturn-day, or the Adlministrtor wi be,
forced to place said indebtedlne--a in the hands of an
Ataorney fur collection. The Estate must be closed,
by the 1st October.
SIMPSON MATHIS, A dm'or.
A ug. 4 tf . 30
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFfELD DISTRICT, -
iN O RDIN ARY.
Richard Berry, Applicant,
Edlney Moseley, - PeE. for Par.
John Delaughater and wife and
others, defendants. 3
IT appearing to my satisfaction- that John De
Ilaughter and hais wife Julia, Defendants In the,
above stated case, reside without the limits~of
thils State, IL Is therefore ordered and decreed-that
they do appear and object to the division or sale
of the Real Estate of ,Jane Berry, dec'd., on or
before the 31st October next, or their consent to
the same will be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, 0.3 D.
Ordinary's Office, Aug 2, 1858. 3n 30 '
NTOTICE is hereby given bhat application will
Lbe made at the next Session of the -Logisla-,
ture, for a Charter for a Road to 'run from the
Lutheran Churcb, on Edisto, to Intersect the Co
lnmbia Road at or near CoL. John Huiet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefield Village.
May 5 m . .16
NOT1I~ Is hereby given that application
will be made at the next Session of the Leg
islature to Incorporate Harmony Methodist Epis
copal Church. --
Aug 4 . m '. 80
1OTICE-Application will be made to the
.L~ egislature at its next Session,-to-discontlinue
the Roadsfromn Saint Mark's Church to Rhinehart's
Mill as a Public Road.
July 28 3m 29
NOTICE is hereby given that application will
be made by the Town Council of Hambrg,
. C., to the general Assembly at Its next session,
for an amendment of its charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1858 . tf 81
NOTICE.--Application will be made ta the
next Session of the Letuislature, for a renew
al of the Charter of the Hamburg, S. C., Firs En
gine Company, with amendments.
Sept. 1.1858 tf .
NOTICE .--Application will he umad. to the
Leiltreatita netSssion foran Aettola
orprate the Bethlehem Baptist C aureb lar ge
feld District.. -
Juneo9 .8m '23
N OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that app -
cation wilibe madeat. the ,next es~fof
the [Legls'ature, to vest In B. F. Landrum all the
riht, title and Interest of Christian Drelthaupt?
d'd., or of his heirs, In and , to the Tract of
Land lately occupied- by Bartlett W. Hat-her,
dec'd., devised to him by his father John Hatcher,
dee'd., said land having been eseheated to the
Stat of South'Carolina.
July 21 . R . i .28
to make immedlite settlemen; and thos'e having
demand laganst the Estatsarilt pleas preset
them attIltF oet at