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paid by the Magistrate advertising.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
-BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the United ta.teq notel,
SE3 to informn his friends and tlhe public that
.3.3 he is just opeutinim one of the LARGEST.
BEST and CHEA PEST Stocks of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
%3r.&& ns, Om-pot Ba. ,0r
That he has over brought to A ugusta, selected
carefully front the Manufacturers, personally, and
purchased entirely for CASH, which enables him
to offetr superior inducements to those who may
favor him with a call.
5,000 Pair of Splendid Plantation BROGANS,
- of very superior quality, exceedingly cheap;
10 Cases of very superior Hair L.ined Water
Prqof B tOTS, entirely njew, and desirable for the
With a full assortment of Ladies and Misses
HEELED and UNHEELIED GAITKRS, SLIP
PEW., B \SKINA, &c., &c., ti all of which I
would resp.ctfully invite the attenton of the pub
lic. XT ENRY DALY.
NEXT DOOR TO GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Sept 29 tf 38
H AVING disposed of my interost In the SA.
LUD-A HiOUK, to Mrs. -. A. 11YT and
CHARLES L. COVAR, I return my watrmest
thanka to my friends and patrons for their past
liberal encourasemtent ; and 'earnestly bespeak for
*my sont and daughter a continuation of that 20ene
rous patronage. I have every confidence in their
Qapacity to take charge of the Ihouse.:
*Sept 1, 1858.
. A CARD.
F'ROM th.e ab.,ve Card, It will be seen thant wi
.1have tak.tt charae of the S \ LUt)A llOUSE,
-and hope ley sgrict attention to bttsiness, andi to the
wants and pleas-ure of those who may have thte
~indness to stop wltli ns~ to win the confidence and
ikcure the patronte ci f the ptreslent friends of the
s Hlouse, as also the ptublie generally. We intend ts
.' DISCilARGE OUR DUTY as faithfully as Wt
*can, and bTRIVE to please our patrons.
8. A. llOYT,
C. L COVAHt.
e Fepti 15tf 30
T HE Ptgprietor of this well knowvn and popi
lar HIOT L takes pecutliar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling publi:
generall', that this House is open for the receputiot
of company, and that his whole eaergies will ts
put into requisition to gratify tha~ wants of cael
and all who may favor him with their patronage
The House has justibeen thoroughly repaired
and the Rooms and Furnitutre put Inollent cori
dition for the Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had, and presided over by one akilled ir
the culinary department-and in short, overythint
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean wit
be supplied in abundance.. The servants of the
CAROLINA IIOTEL are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance t<
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, whicl
arc commodious anud complete, and Horses lft ir
my care will receiv'e kind and careful treatment.
Thankful for past encouragement and patrorn
age, ltespectfully solicita continuance of the same
JOHN A. MAYS.
.*g' The trarelling community are notified thal
they and their buaggage will be conveyed, at a mo.
ment's warning, without charge, to the (:arolina or
Georgia Depots, J. A. M.L
Hamburg, May 8 1858 tf 16
T HE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO
was dissolved on the 2nd inst., by nmutual
consent. All persons having demands againsat ut
will present them for payment. All those indlebt
edl to us are respectfully solicited to call and settk
as early as possible, as further indulgence will not
be given. H. L. CUNINING[IAM & CU.
hamburg, Aug d, 1858.
To the Public,
H AVING sold out our entire interest in thi
firm of H. L Cunningham & Co. to our for.
-nm.r partner Mr. HENRY SOLOMON, we taike
pleasure in recommending himt to our oli custo
mers and friends. We are thanukrul for the liber..]
pat-onage we have reiceived, and solicit a continu
ace of the same for our successor.
H. L. CUNNINGH AM,
G. C. CUNNINGHAyl.
Hamburg;8S. C., Aug 4, '58. 6m32
CARRIAGE BEPOITORY !
OSERISTIE & HUJRLDERT,
T HE Subscribers oife for sale at the old stanc
of R. II. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. They -'have
made arrangements to keep their Hiouse supplied
with the BEST ARTICLES, from the BESTI
Fassoris in the United States, whioh they will
.ell LOW FOR CASU, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every dee
cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
- A. HIURLBECRT.
April22 tf 15
IRON 4ND BRASS FOUNDRY,
CONTINIE the above-busIness, in all its bran
.ces, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for ordlers for
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Fur Gol bliner, Laills, flail Roads, Bridges, and
Iachmaery of idi Descriptionse
'Aqagsta ptI1 ly* 8d
Savannair River P I an t a i oi n
A HEALTHY SITUATION-A DESIR.\BLE
RKI-.'81ENCE- \N) A I ST PRO
P "i H K Sunb..usnber bi inia desironts obf reing'
to Tesas, ouli-rs for sale his valuala fion-,
well knowi ..s ,u.
6tOW DILL PLANTATION,
Lying inmediately on the Savannah River, ftir
miles jaboie ilaniburg, onl the .\arfti Tuwu toad,
225 Acres'of this Tract ateAn a mot profitable
state of cultivation-producing cotton, corn, &c.,
equal to the best lands i.1 the country. The re
nainder of the Tract is fiely timbered, and is
truly valunble in consequence of its convenience
to the lIlanburg and .% uusta markets.
The place is well itmproved-the Dwelling House,
which is commodious, has been but recently re
paired, and all the necessary out-buildings are in
perfect repair. Attached to this planation is a
first rate Cotton Gin and Screw, run by water pow-'
er. Alio, a Thrasher for cleaning grain.
On the place is also a good Flour and Grist Mill,
in tine runu.ing order, % hich turns out the best ot
Flour mad MeAl.
Ajso connected %ith.this place, is an excelent
Shad Fisberg, which is surpassed by n'oe on the
River, and :s one that p..ys we:l. This is a he.ibly
location, convenient too market, and in fact one of
the otist desiralIe piantaitiOns in this .Mate
Nuitie-tous springs of the pure-.t and best water
abound throughout the Tract. Many other ad
v1a-ages belo1ng to this place which it is not neces
sary W mention.
1orsons wishing.4 to) purchase, will n--t be doing
themselves justice if they buy. before examinusi
the alove Tract,
rg If not dispo-ed of beford the 15Lh of No
vember next, I shall not sell.
i Terms acconimiodating. Price advauta
ct'ous to the purchaser.
If desired, I will also sell a lot of Corn, Fodder,
Stock of all kinds, Plaitation Tools, lousehohl
and Kitchea Furniture. &c.
Sept 1. 1858 if 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
A PLANTATION on the Ilurricane Creek,
about six miles' froim WILLIA3ISTO s in A n
dersou District, containing
Four Hundred and Seventeen Acres,
a large portion of which is bottom land now in
cultivation. The growing crop will attest its qual
ity. -A L
Two , ther Tracts adjoining each other, contaiining
about Seven Hundred Acres each, situa
ted about three miles from PNMTON, ont4he
public read leading to Greenville C. 11. The
Dwelling House on one Tract is large and commo
dious, commnanding 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 Cr. ek bottom.-A lso several other
Tracts of Land, varying in size to suit purcharers.
. Terms will be made easy. For further particu
lars apply to WM VAN WYCK.
Pendleton, S. C., Sept 1, 1858 2m 34
T I H E subseriber, wishing to remove to the Vi'.
lage, for greater conveni,-nee to businevs.
fifers his % ELI. lM.'RO\'ED PL,ACE for -a'ev,
situated three mniles West - .f Edgefnt ld Court i. -u.,
on the Abbeville Road.
M~y plae is in the neighborhomod of Major .)uhn
11. 11ughes, -Jas. L,. liiti, Mrs laigood aid .John
11. 1loltingsworth, mo., excellent neighbot s.
Those wishing to purchtise will please cail on the
Ternis of wile. will be amade very acommodat'ng.
- G. W. LANDlLUM.
A ugust 18, if 32
300 ACHES PINEY WOODS LAND
T HIE Sub~scrib~er is desirous of selling his VTL
IU U.\BL TRACT Ole LANI; conitaining
Three hundred acres of
Finat Quality Pine Land,
lying immediately on the Hamnburg & Edlgifield
Plank Road, i miles from Edgefield C. H , and
bounded by lan~ds of Benji. Bettis and others.
There is on the ptremises an old bitt comtfortale
Dwelling, the usual out houses, a good new Gin
llouse and Screwv, &c. The best of waler is one
of its suiperior advantages, as 'it abounds in the~
greatest conivenience throughout the- Tract.
This place Is susceptible of the highest im-.
provemient. The land under cultivation is pro
ductive, anid well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &e.
About 130 Acres of this Taat, are ole~nrtid, a
portioni of which is new ground-whilst the re
mainder is wvelltiinbered woodlatnd.
Those wishing to make a fine investment, and
at the same time buy a good home, will do well
to call on the subscriber at an early day..
Price reasonable, and terms accommodlating.
Aug18_ tr 32
Land for Sale,
rlE Subscriber, desiring to chagnge his busi
nesofers for sale his TRACT 0F L AND
containing Six H~undre~d Acrett. On the
place is a good Dwelling IHonse and all necessary
buildings. Also, a good saw Mill. A bout 140
acres, of this Tract are cleared-70 of which are
fresh land. This tract is situate about 2& miles
Epst .of th~e Pine llouse. I will take p~leaLsure in
sliowing thp land tW any one who may wish to
purchase. 'A 'ALOM BORNE.
NEW GOODS FOR 1858 !
SPRING AND SUNAfVIER SUPPLIES.
I AMl now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., whic~h, in point of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods on'ered by the merchants of Hamburg
I y stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortmnent of seasoiegblg GJoods fer
Gentlemien and Youth's Wear.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the GECOCE RY line I am prepared to offer
such inducements as must please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Cof'ee, Tea, MYolasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBA CCO, SE A RS,
SNUFF, WV I N E 5, BR ANDiES, P U Rt E
gg Come and look at my Stock.
V. L. UARIMON.
Winter Seat, M ar 2 tf 11
C HOICE TOBACCO--Just received,
direct from the imanufsetory of Col. Peter
Penn, of Virginia. a supply of Fine CHEWING
TOBACCO, comprising the following Brands:
"Honey Dew," " Oronoco," " Extra Twist" anid
" Old Dominion." Lovers of the weed arc invited
to call and sample the latter brand. " Old Do
minion" is hard to beat..
... 8 G. L. PENN, A gt.
VTINEGAR-Two hundred gallons .Choice
VAPPLE and PICKLING VINEGAR, just
rceived. G. L. PENN, Agent.
Sept 8 tf 35
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dec'd., are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and all pet-sons havinig demands
against the sanme are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P.-BOONE, ,
PETES OUZT. Adm ors.
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50.
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL--Can be
had at my house for (Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb. 8 tf 4
NOTICE.--All persons having claims against
ithe Estate of Williatm Logue, dec'd., are
hereby requested to present themi properly attest
ed ; and all persons indr bted to said Estate tmust
make immediate payment.
* E. H. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r.
. RE now purchasing one of the lar~'est and
A most leunnt btoC.ks of F ALL and WINTER
That will 1st brought, to, i bis market this season,
whicb will be bonglit tinder circulm- 1ances that will
guarailtee tpurchns upon the Y KllY BEST of
T ERNlS, mid will ther-tfire enlable us to sell them
Unprecedertediy Low Prices,
that they cannot lie undersold, and will
DEFY ALL COMPIETITION,
QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE.
And as our Rule of Business is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the rule
forces the seller to ask the lowest market price,
and protects4he buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Gools at low prices,
Go to 1100M & NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealing,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer - one price."
Go to L0011 & NORRELL'S.
If you don't like to l- " buited" on one article,
and pay doubly (-it another,
Go to BROOM& NORRELL's.
In fact, If you wish to hnly cleap Goods, get gvil
valte For yotr money i.nd trade where you will
like to dlalwuand -he pleas"ed tosend vour friends,
Go to BROOM & NORREL .S
Augusta, Sept 1 tf 34
SADDLESJ HARNESS,& C
FALL TRADE, 1858!
193 Broad Street,
AUGUST , GEOlRGIA,
I Manufacturer of and Dealer ina
H A R N E S S,
SOE AN:D ARANESS LEATHER,
Triuniks, Valises, Whips,
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER BELTING,
Of all kinds,
I S nw fully prepared for the Fall Trade,
with it large and well astsorted Stock of GI L)IDS,
wlceeh he wil sellnt as kaw priers .s they can ie
obtained ait any illse in theSouth.
Thankful for the cenerous pntronatge extended
to him f..r the het4 i;1ten Years, lhe
r espectftlniy calls the attention of
IYIERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
.To an .xaination of his Goods betore purebasing
?ADDL~E., HARNESS, &c.,
Manufacturedl to order, oft the BFST MATRTil
A 1., and l.y the HFST WORKMEN iu the
A ugusta, Seji S ___ nG 30
NE W SPRING GOODS
BOOT S AND SHO S!
r'HOs. P. LA IRLU, A ugusta, Georgia, has
I this day received a large lot oft SPItiNG
GOOI)S, and will continue to do so through the
summiner, consstintg int patrt, of
Ladies' Silk F .xed CONG RiESS 0.\lTERS,
do do do do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIP V do
do lapJh do - do
do Fina Phi'adelishia Kidl and Moroepo SLIP
Misses' lFixed Kid-Top KOSSTH BOOTS,
do Kid.and Morocco SLiPPERS ad TIES,
Childrents' SiI OKS. of every description,
Menis' Calr Opera PUM PlI BOOT.4,
do Goats HEICLED INVINCIBJLES,
do Patent WV. S. P UMNPS and Oxford TIES,
do Goats B. S. do
do Calr B S. do
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Calt do do
Boys' do do do
With a variety too numerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have :.ttentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods.
A ugusta. Gen., A pril 5 tt 13
THOIYIAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THlE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
W OULD) respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock-of
ifrgs, Medicines and hcienicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN H1S LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can offer a stock euperior in GENUINE
JYgSS. PURITY, or on more REASONABfLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANVTED !
All oflicinal preparations put up under the su
perv-ision of araduates of the Lonidon and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, nd in strict cotnformtity
with thte formularies of the United States Phami
macopoia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
Hair, Tooth, Paint and 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, BURNINS FLUID, &C,,
which I promise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
any House in fOhis City.
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the money will be returned and ex
penices paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss, and
the only depot for genuine Sweudish LEECHES
in the City.
gSoliciting a visit before purchasing else
wherd, I feel confident that the iriducements of
fered both in lowness of price and punctuality in
attnding to orders, will secure a portion of your
OfRemember my Store it. under the Augusta
Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
THIOJAS 3. FOGARTY.
Augusta, March 30 ly 12
House, Sign & Orna~niental Painting !
r flIK Subscribers take pleasure in announeing to
Itlte citizens of Edg. field District, tl.a-t they
are now prepared to do all work entrusted to them
in the line of
HOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
T a;l who may be pleased to favor us with their t
patronage, we promise to give entire matikaautio'n. s
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
despatch and ini a workmanlike manner. ~ .ta
Our ter-nimswill be reasonable. For further par- a
tielars call oa us at Edgefield C. HI. .
ET R EFEaNhE -COpt. JAB B. Ga IFFIN and Ghen, o
W. C. MoaAGNtE, of this District.
RICH & PAUL.
1.. 2. 185 ,3m .. 28
FALL TRA DE--185S
[)ICKEY & PHIBBS
ARE NOW RECE1YING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a
)RY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
M3!MIs .93!B' AL3"LWA
As any other
7he Character of their flouse is a sufficient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, eplt, 13 tf 86
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c,, &c.
rIIE Subscriber arer r,-tumning th:anks to theti
I ftiends in ElDOGCFI ) sui) and djiing Dis
riets, for their liberal pitr.snage during the last
en years, wou'd iiteinm iwo thi it th .y still con
inue to ke.-I on hand i large neaurtn.-nt of
owmn the eelebrated mm.ufjautoris o" RAV EN 11.A
'JON & (O , IIA'ZELTON, l RO.A., and A. 11.
CAO & (0 , New York, far whomt hy ei nre sole
%gents Thene Instrumentis having already won
ur'lh far tamed celebrity, it is only necessary foir us
o repeat that for strength. durability and finish,
:eether' wilh prrc, depth, sweetness and 'ofL
Tess rg' tone, they chiallenige compe-tition. .Persons;
Nrantig a superior
woul.l do miuch b-tter to call aid select from a large
,iortment, than by deiling with Pedlars and Agents
Df iiferior itakers, wh- re they have no choie, and
i.:ve of'en to paty highet prices for incerior Instru
nents, than fine ones of superior nalers can be
jotight for. Every PIANO FORTE soald by us is
warranted in every r. spect so the put chaser runs
no risk whatever. Persnats ord.ring from a distance
Iron us can deipend upon. getting a GOO) AR
l'ICLE, as we m ike it a point to keep goods of the
bet qu lity and such as .q can recommend and
waruns. in . very respect.
Tler stuck of MUSIC is very large and they
ire constantly reciving all. new pieces as they are
pIblished. GUITA R aud VIOLIN STRINGS of
the h-t gunity ali lway on hdnd.
'I hey would also. call Attention to their large
school and Xiscellaneous Books, Stationery
ud oth, r articles.-ALSO
Always on Imnd the hrgest assortment in the State
3f ' T A It s. VIOLINS, ACCORDICONS,
FLUTES, FLAGIROLETS, VIOLIN DOWS, &c,
and every artiele of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's an. Nee'dhau's and Prinee's celebrated
ACCOR DEONS and VIOLiNS repaired in the
best manner. ,
All of th~e above artielos -soldl at low prnice~s fur
Cahr City n:-eepj~tnc'es by
.G EO. A. OA TES & BROTIIERt.
Broad Street, Agu Ga., bttween U. S., and
April 7.1S58 -.tf 13
WILLIAM II TUTT,
(Opposite Augusta Ibioe,)
\n m'sre a very extens.ive stuck adf I'UYRR
D1116:S, F.\MILY and PL..\NTA'l'lON
bi hl)ICINKS, P.\lN'li, OilS, W I N 11 W X
GL..\S., &e., the quality and price of whic'h he
warrnnts e'ilu.sI to any in the Sou'h. A call froms
purchs asers is respectfully solicited.
H e buss npwe oin hand
500 Onees Sulph. QUININ E,
50 Lbs. CIILOROle'ORM,
50 Ounees MORIlJIN E,
10 Bhas'. No. 1 CA STOR (ilL,'
2,0100 Lhs. EIPSO1. SAlIAS,
10,000 Lbs. PURE WITE LEAD,
500 Ga's. LINSEEDI Ol,,
500 Gals. Spts. TURPENTINE,
12 1.. A COB'S COR DIAli,
60 " MIT A NO LINI.\lNT,
2 4' Ml010E CilKSTS. f.,r* Families
12 lloz Berhuve's [Ioland1 lITTERS,
12 " Seballenbergus Fever and Ague
12 l'o. Osgordl's India CITOLAGOGUE
A ugusta, July 28, 1858 3m 29
JACOB'S CORDIAL !
TIlE GRE.VT'SOU'gH ERNC IIEM EDY
HO WTE L D I SEA S ES,
HOLERA, CHOLERA MORBU$r DYSENTERY, DIARRHEA,
BILIOUS COLIC, COLIC INFANTUM.
llirllIly ildtell to m0 111111 irsee of Fe
1' 'lE V31RTUES OF JACOD'S CORDL\L are too
well known to rcquire encomniums.
Iht. IT f'1-RES TaRE woisT CAsEN eaF U)IAi:IilmA.
21. iT' e'Las Trl. woee!T Foitats oF' iua,.'NTi:Y'.
jUd. IT l-Ims5 CA.enonNIAt 1 i IExieA:s 1)tAnsiaEA.
.Ithi. iT irl.tEvER TilE Msivt!~EvT Cola.1e
5th. IT 0t51ns (tltos.cR.A 310aiijrs.
G1lhe IT etL':::f ('ios.Ei:A INFANTL'ar.
711h. IT i-t-iis5 1'AINFS't. )I-2NS~t.ttTo.'.
sth. IT nLiEVue t'A aN B~ex ANi, i.orNs.
!i!ls. IT :oLe'NT~i:AeCm i E voeNaEs Axl , UseaoxaleY~c.
hti. iiT a!tl'To i EA j t|G Ie.'.Aas nlTi .
|iii. iv T sisl:Ls a;1.003tv Asi U3H TEiUleAL1,'eez.axNGe.
2th. IT's A N A1,itnU.BI.Toxie,
a few short Extracts from Letters, TestimonIals, &c.
" I have used Jacob's CordIal in nay fiamily, sad heave foeund
ta most emlelent, ad tinmy jndgmsent, a vuluabale rcmediy.
Judge of Supreame Court, Gora s."
" It gives mec pleasuiretin being abte to recotsnmenad Incob's
lorit t my own perstial experlence, nuad the~ expieraince
,f ) nayseighabors aid friendts saound me, Is a sufficienit guar.
mitac fear tme to beleve It to be all that it puirports to be, viz:
WM. 11. UNDEltWOOD
Formerly Judaege of' Superior Court, Che'rok'ee (Jircit."
" I take great pk-n'sutre In rccommaenduing this i'ahulec
neiin'te tea altlttcted~ w'ithi bowel diseases, for whaleh I he-.
ieve It to bena sovrere'lgn remedy-deeidedly stuperlor t soay
hig cisc ever tried by me.
A. A. flAULDINO,
Deputy 0. M. of' the Grand I.odge of' Georgie."
" ave used Jueab's Cordial In my famdtay, send this, writhi
i I hara about It a a reamedy by thtose whao haaves tried It,
Ia~uces mse tea believe that It slanidsnt the hiead of' every lpre
eraton of' the kind, anad I would recommend its use In the
'iseases for which it Is comspoued.e
MILES 0. DOinDINS,
CashIer of the Bank of' the State of Georgit, Griltn."
" If there Is anay credIbIlity In humnan testliaony, Jacuob's
fordi mustS stand psreemilnen~ts<voell othsefprepartitons
n the cure of Bowel Disenses. From te miass or' testimaony
:its favor coming in from all quarters. It musatt tae very far
aadyartee, as a curstlve agenit, of nmost If' nest p1! other
patetsprepasrationss. A. FLEMING,
Cashwtr .\farine and Fire Insurnanee liank, Grimn."
" This emlbtt remnedy Ia travellling htsto elebrIty s fast as
iosapate putshede htis colttmmta itoi Rutssia, and gaining
uam enoatwhrever used.--eorgia Jejfrsoniion,.Julg
SOLD BY DRlUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Sept. 22, 1558 ly 87
Boot and Shoe Notice,
PHlE Subscriber contines to have
Lnmade on the sl'ortest notice, anid ins
't best manner. th,. finest and most sub
atital BOOTS and SHOES.
All orders left at hsis Shop will 1.u promptly sit
mded to. C. M. GR AY or myself will lhe foud
all times in the Villag to attend to all orders.
o work to leave the shop without the knowledge
the hSt.bseriber or my A genat, C. M. G RAY.
ILTShop opaposite Bi. J. Ryan's Livery Stable.
E. ri. YOU.NGDLOOD.
[ HAVE just relurned from the North, after
purchasing W~e of the finest Stocks of
)rugs, Mediciues, Paints, 0ils, Glass,
PERFUMERY, &c., &c ,
knd in fact, every otiler article kept in a. first
Ilefrc purchising cl.wlrhere tive c t cali. P
bily want a trial, to satisfy you that. I aiwilling
o sell goods on the most reasinable terms.
Mly Store is the Apothecary's llall under Lhe
TlHO.. P. JFOGARTY.
Augusta, Sept 2'I L 87
P.~S -Received this day 500 Oz. Snip Q UI
91NE, which will'he sold at $2,00 per oz., Cash.
G. -M. CALHOUN,
General Commission Merchant,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
rhree doors below Warren Block, Reynolds Street,
'OR lthe sale of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds and
Neroes. Also, strict liersonal attention
iven to sale of Cotton, Wheat, Flour, Corn. Oats,
Rice, Sugar, Molasses, Colire, Bacon and Produce
Consignents xolicited on the above art:iles, on
&l of which liberal advances will bu nade.
Colton sold at the highest, markst prices, for 25
Augusta, ''ept 21 . m 7
AI K E N
Military & Classical Academy,
F ITHA ACADEMY is desi ned for those who de
i sire that their s.is be carefully prepared for
admission into the South Carolina College or other
similar Institutions, into the Sta e Mil tary Acad
emy, or for the active business of life.
The course of studies Is si. cially adapted to
these ends, embracineig so much of the English,
Greek, Latin and French !anaunaes and the Math
enatics as are requisite; in all of which it is the
ain of the In4ructors th..t their Cadets become
thorough Tasters of fundamental principles, and
acquire habits of thouight and self-dependence
Comiosition and Declamation receive their due
share of attention.
The Cadets are driiled in the Infantry Tactics;
and the discinliie of the Academy is of the Mili.
tary order.-strict, inflexible and impartial.
The second scholastic year will commence on
the F.rst Monday in January 1859, t., continue for
ten muonths exclusive of two weeks vacation -in
June. Candidotes for admission must Ie ab'e to
read and write with facilitf, and not I.e less than
thirteen years old.
Tuiti->n, Board, Lodgings, Books, Lights and
Fuel, furnished for One Hundred Dollars per Ses
sin of live months. pnyable in advance.
Prenlts will be etiuirel to furnish the uniform
and other articles of clothing.
Fur further particulars apply to the undersined,
~ GILES & MANGUM.
Aiken, S. C , Oct. 6, 1858. 9t 39.
THIRD ANNUAL FAIR
The State Agricultural Society,
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Tco 100 holcl at Colum31bLa,
9th, 10th, 11th and 12th November next.
r 11 E Executive Coimnittee of the South Caro
LiMa A grieiltural Society resiectfully call the
attention .of the 50t'ThlEltN PEOPI1i to their
approaching anniversary, ut, which P'reiums will
lie awarded for all articles of
Agricultural, Htorticultural, or Me
As.wvell as L ADTES FAtNCY WORK and DO
The Halls for the convenience of .i.:ildtors are
spacisans and admirably arroage, and considera
ble~ addit~ion has heen made to the Stalls fori the
acommaiitaion of~ animals.
'All articles intenid1 faor exibition will bre trans
ported to andmi from thre Fair bry the' Rail Roads in
South Carol na free of chiargze, at the owner's risk,
save the South Carolina R. R., which will require
one half freight.
Visitors for one fate can procure ticke's to go
Exhibitors are earntestly requested to forward
flcir articles early, and to trive the ER. It. Otliicers
timely notice of' the time ad -point of shipment.
J. F. AIIAilLL,
Wii. 1t. i~t -R TON, Coin.
Jr. W. R AY, I '
Jf. A. AMETTS,
OcIG t. J. G.\G E.
STATE Ob'E SOUTlIJI CAROL)IINA,
EDG EFI EiD DISTR'ICT,
IN CO31MON PLEAS.
E. 11. Chaberlaini. ) * *
vs. Foreign Attachmecnt.
John C. rThonmas.
T IIE Plaiinl' in thec above st. tedl ease having
..th is day lilk d is Dr~ehiration in my ofli c, and
the I1Jefeinat having nether w~fe nor Attarur-y,
known ta resde within thre limii s of t-his State, on
whom copi.es of sad declaration with r u'es to p1 rid,
ennai he servedl, (in motion of Mlessrs Carro!l &
haon, l'lanaii''s A ttorneys. Ordered, Tfhat said
Defendanat ppar a::I plead to sniiul Deeliraiionr
witin a y. a ndm uali ay from t. dait, hereof, or
fina' aind ab olute j udgecmemnt will lbe give.n :'o.iinst
ClerI's 01lice, Sept. 27, 1858, ly 318
ANSLEY & SON,
GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, GRtAUN, &c.
7A ILL give strict attention to thre Sale and
' P'urcharse of Itlerchan dise, Flour, Grain,
and ail-kinds of COUNTRY PRODUChE.
By strict personial attention to businiess. we hope
to secure a liberal pratrotnace from the citiz'ens of
Edefield and the adjoining Districts.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
p omnptly filled..
.iberali cash advances made on Cotton anid other
Produce when desired.
Augusta, Aug 18 om 8
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO,
GOCEIIS & COTTON FACIORS,
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
C ONTINUE ashberet. fre, in coninection with
their Grocery business, to attend to the sale
of COTTON and other P'roduce.
They will be prepared in the Brick Fire-Proof
Warehouse, now in process of erecti.,n in the rear
of their store, at the intersection of .lackson and
Ieynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
ments made them.
Of' Liberal cash advances made on Produce itn
store wvhen requested.
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
Augusta, A ug 16, Or m 32
M. P. STOVALL,
WARIEHOUSE AND COMMISSION
- CONTINL ES the business in -
Sall its branches, in Ihis large and
commodious Fire Proof Warehouse, on Jackson
Street, near the Globe hotel.
Orders for Goods, &c., promptly and carefully
The u-.nal Cash facilitits aflerded customers.
Augusta, Aug 4 3m* 30
N OT ICE-AII persons indebted to the Es
tate of HIolden W. Posey, dee'd., are regnest
md to make immnedia'e payment,' and all those
aving demands against the Estate w ill pulease
-ender them in to tme leually attested within thrtee
norths from this date, as at that, time there will
se a final settlemnent of said Kstate.
.SAMUEL POSEY, Ad'or.
Sept 5 ,,mi 85
E1YONSJt reried five Boxes Choice
LEMONS. .i . DAVIS, Agent.
~May 19 U, 19
Swan. 1r Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant,
SWAN & CO.
Continue to Draw sw qmIn without
LOTTERIES ARE LEG AL. AND AUTiEOR!ZED
1V TlE STATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to hypure
Our firim hs shown
That our I.otteries are drawn fairly;
That our Prizes are paid punetually;
And that our Schemes
Are more liberal tran any other Lottery
In the world.
rTITE following Scheme will be drawn by S.
1 1 WAN &,CO., Managers of tho SPARTA
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number 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. 16, 1858.
Class 38 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 23, 1858.
Class 39 Draws Saturday, Oct'r. 30, 1858.
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO i E DRAWN
EACH .SATURDAY IN OCTODER!
I Prize of..... ,00 4 ..rizes of.
I Prize 1. ,6 4 Prizes of.........si
I Prize .f . .t10 4 Prizes of..........no
1 Prize of......... 5.00i0 4 Prizes of......... O
I Prize of..........4,010 r.0 Prizs of.........50
I Irize of .........:,o1 55) Prizes of.........00i
I Prize r.f........,. 1,51 lot) Prizes of.
4 Prizes of.... . 1,111 -40 Prizes of ............ 10i
APPROXI 4ATION PRIZES.
4 Prizes of $400 Approx~tng to $10,01 0 Prize are $1.600
4 Prizes of ... .. . . b. .O Prize tare 1,2
4 Prizes of 20 t 1 10,000 Prizef. re S... ,
4 Prizes or .. . ,060 Pr..s are 500
4 Prizes 4 100t 0 4 .. PrIze ar . 4110
4 Prizes of 75 0 - " 6,0100 Prizes are 121t)
4 Prizes of bit " " 1,500 P'r.zes nre 2-inl
5,00u Prizes of 20 " nre.....................100,000
5,485 Pri7es amounting to..................S320,000
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters 82,50.
.t' A Circulnrishowing the plan of the Lotteries will be
sent to any one delrous of receiving it.
Certitleates of Package. wilt be sold at the following rates,
which is the risk:
Certitleate of Package of ten Whole Tickets...........$SO
Certifleate of Package of ten Itaif Ticket...............40
Certitliate of Package of ten QIuarterTickets............21)
Ce:tifleate of Package of ten Eighth Tickets.........10
In Ordering Tickets or Certiftcates,
Enctnse the inoney to our address for the Tickelsordered,
on receipt cf which they will be forwarded by first tuail.
Purchasers can have Ticket ending in any figure they nuy
tW' The List of Drawn Nutnbers and Prises will be sent
to lurchasers inmmediately nfter the drawing. .
;-Vp Purchtasers will pienso write their signitures plain
and rive their Post offie, Counity and State. ,
gWlRetnember that every Prize is drawn, and payable in
fulI without aieduction.
Cg-All prizes of 1,000 and under, paid immediately after
the drawing-other prizes at Lite usual lite of thirty days.
g g" All oommulnications strictly nonfldential.
Cl'Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed
either to S. SWAN & CO.. Augusta. Ga., or
J. W. GAMILL, Agent, Columbia.
C1 A list of the numbers that are drawn front the wheel
with the amount of the prize that each one Is entitled to,
will be publil held after every drawing, In the following pa
pers:-New Orleans Delta, Mobile legister, Charlesoin
:Standarel, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelhigener, New
York Weekly Day 11ook, Augusta (Gn.) Constitutionalist.
Richmond Dispatch, New- York Dispatch. Pauidling (Miss.)
Clarion. Savannuah Morning News, ard Little Rock (Ark.)
. ne 301SS tf 25
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR,
'PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
ISa great scientific mesthieti rdiscovery, andl is daily working
enres. alnost tot' great to believe. Ii cures na if by ning
ie, even the lIrst alose~ giving benefit, andl seillma Ilumr than~
onte bottle~ is required to curte nnty kind oaf Liver Uoknilulint,
fromn thee wortt .ttnunice' oar D)~ spepsi~a toi n coainiiint hsetnd
nehti, all tof which are the retiultuof a diaensct Liver.
Theu Liver is oine air the parincipail reagulataars of thae
hutnan body, tand when it paerfaornls its funcetions well
the powlers oaf the s~rsit n___tre fully deloaa ed. Thec
stiinsnehl is ahnst entirely~ lepenadent on the hientihy
action of thie Lha'r ihr the r paroper~ perfoarmantce aaf Its
fiitas. When the staim L nehl lat at ifault, thae bawels
are at ftaul, anda I lhe whaole savtiysti at uie r t Inl const
quenace ofr tone arga-the f~i.4 ver- haavintg enseil ta
loi its alutty. Fair te adisens es of that iirgun, aate ofilthe
ptriprietoars lhna tutile it ___his. stutly, in a paractice of
tmare than twety years, ioilndsoiaeienely where
w i th to~ eottteret -1 0h inanay dertangetnents t o
wihit is lie. -
To' pirove that this 're 7.~medly is at last found, anly
persotn troublle~t witht Liv er aanfaliiit i n a it y
aaf its f'>rns, ha~s but to try a M bottle, and contviction Ia
A ctamp-untd has been firmedl by dissolvntg gutms
tal extractinag that lanr* which Is soluble for the tie
tive virtues of the inetli eine. These gumos remo.vc
all morblal or hail nutter fromt the isystem,. sutppaly
lng in thieirinace'tn healilhy flhow of bile, invigairatinig
the stomtacha, eutsittg faoal to atigest well, Inairifying~
thes blaoal. givlig taatn unal health to, the v. hile tanehi
tiery, reoznathng the etiutses or the dilsease, andi effret
ing~ a riti eures withiunt t nin y oif the alianmgreeanble
after etfects, felt lay using Qalomiel or Mlineral Pjal
son thatt Isatusually resiar -.teat to.
tOnt iosa alfter enting is sauflelientt to relieve lt he
sonmeh, attal prevent the fooda fromt risinig unid sour
liOinly one( dose taken before retiring, p~revents
Only one lose ttkent at night loosens the boawels
gently, atnl entrus cstiVe~ tneis.
Onie- I e takeni uner enchl meant~ l will elite Dyspeain.
MOine alaise of two ten spaoonsful will al ways re
lieve Siek llenalnehe.
Onew baottle taketn foir fe tmnle obstrutctio~n, removes
the enuse of the disensie, ntaal imkes a perfect eure.
Only lane clane huatiieail ately relieves Chilie. whlile
Onielaise, afien repleatead,~a~ is a surne enre far Chtal
crt ~alorbuns, ntiul a' pare .~ vetinative of tlhaler.
One lose. tkent oafiatn, will prevent thei recurre~nce
of Bilious Attacks, whale it relieves allt iiful feel
" Onm!y one lbottle is nenalead to throaw ouat tat the
system the 'ffects oif t.aedi eitte after a long sickness.
One bottle laken for -Jtnndice, retmtoves tall
yellaiwness or untuaaarn l coloir from the skitt.
One dlose take~n :u sliart in tabefore eatintg gives vigor to
thie uplpeiIe, unit tun~kes finaal <ligest wemll.
Otte lose, aiften 'replealedl. cures Chrontic Diarrhto-a in its
wvarst tornmts, whlile sunier ainal bowael caalplaits yieldl al
tmast tao thme Ilrst doasea.
One: aor I wo ahases euires attacks eausedlaby worms, white fatr
warmls in chuildren,. thetre is tn starer, safer or speedaier rein.
ely it tht woarl. ns it never fnls.
There~ it nti aexaiggratian haa these statemnents; (laey are
plaitn. nahber fnetia. 1th11atve enna tgive evialencei to prive. whaile
ill whoa tue it are giviang their unatmanoas testitanotny it its
We take intlanitea plisure Ita recotmmtenaliang this nalicinea
its a pirevenaiti far Fever undta .\tue, Chili Fever. :aaal nit
Fevers oif a iiiliauts type. It aoperates with certintty. ati
thattsinasare willitag to testil'y to its wtandaerfaul virtutes.
.\miontte hur'Itndareils of Liver Reeatilleastnow ollferedl to
(le pubillie, thecre tare nonei wei aetn so highly recomm~tetat as
DR. SAN FOltlrS INVIfOU.VATilt, sos generally. kown
now thraaghaouat thea 1'naiona. Th~lis pireparation is trulty a
Liver ltnvigoarntar, piroaluacing the motest happy results ott till
who use It. Aliimtst inaanlnerale cerltltes hatve bieen glv
ent ta thec gretat virtue oft thgi, melicinae lay thiose of the higha
st slinnintg Itn socety. aial we know it to bae ilia best preptn
rationi now baefoare tlahtublie.-Iliaavahn Omuty Dlemocraut.
PRtCE, ONE DOtLLARt i'Eli lltTTLE~.
SANFORI) & CO..
Proprietorst, 845 Brondawny. New York,
?'For sale at Edgefleal C.11I. by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Jutne Ill 1859. ly 23
RANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the 1st April last, his likely iAlulatto
boy RlCI10ND, abouit 21 years old, and about
5 feet 7 or 8 inches hiig-. His coilor is tolertable
.brinht anid his hair pretty straight, and wore
when Ihe left a moustache, Hie is intelligent andl
tolerably quick spoken. H~e has been raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-raoom servant
and coed ostler.
It is supposed he is lurking about some of thle
neigboring cities,-either hamburg, Aulgustat,
Charleston or Colunbia. The abeve rewvard will
be paid for Is apprehension and delivery in any
jail so that I may get haim, A nd any infiormuation
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. Na LUNDY.
June 23 tf - 24
' ~ iTge Augusta Constitutiortalist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy wveekly for one0
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
H., S. C. ____ ____
NOTICE~ is hereby given, that application
Lwill be maade to the Legislature at its next ses
sion, for a release of all the right and interetst of
the Ntate in the Escheatted Properly of Chiarles
McGregor. deceased, to James. S. Henderson 'and
H uh MceGre~gor.
Junly 20 1458 3m 28
N OTICE.-AIl those indebtedl to the~ Estate
of Dennis McCartey, dee'd , must pay ump by
the 1st .Ianuary next ; anud those having claimls
against the Estate will renader them in by that day
properly attested. JA COB McC.\RTICY,
Aug 25 lit 83 Adnm'r.
P URJIE MISSOURI WIIVES.-Spark
l inmcCAT AB.\, CABIINE I', and other bratads
of the Missouri Wine Compatny, can lie htad at
S. K. DO~i-:RR, Agent, Ilamuburg, who is thme
stole A gent for that Company.
Ugmburg, Sept 1 tf 34
XECUTORS NOTICE.-All persons
U2having claimis algainst thet .Ebtate of Avory
lmundta, dheceasted, are hcreby notified to present
tt em, propIerly attested, immediately.
- J. S.SMYLY,)
* J. A. BLA ND, Ex'omrs.
Jan. 41 - If
Hardware, Cutlery &.
W M. H I LLP
- HAMBURd, S. C.,
. 7OULD inform his friends
and all who may be traing
to this Market, that.he stall con
tinues to keep a FULL r.nil well
selected Stock of Godin the
above line, and solicits a share of . -
patronage from all who may be in waitbay'ir
tieh a ho keeps, a.suring-theim that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to thd pureibwar
in quality anl price, feelintr coulider that' e 4a
sell lia Goods on as Reasonable terms as
they can b. purchased at
ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA.
Ils Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
largely by recent purchases from the-BEST'Mans
bkturers. Ilia Stock is such that almost~evey"one
can ind some article on their list of wantj, and on
such terms as cannot fail to please-amonst. which
is a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sizes, of the best brands, in
eluding all sizes of SPIKES, Also, En'glish a ,d
American U1orseShoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nail RODS and Shebt and Tioop IRON;
Blister, German ani Cast STEEL; - -
Collins & Co,, Leverett's and other 6eleb'rated
make of Broad, Chopping and lam AXl8,
IIATCil ETS, &e;
Mill, Cra.ss Cut and Ilona SAWS, all kids;
llaimers, Chisels, Augers, Drawing Knives,
Atdzea, Gimblets, Braee and Bitts, Nlill;lfindaisdw
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Fetts,
Compasses, llollow Augers and Bitts,. Gauges,
PManes of every descripation, Plane Bitts, ande.very
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every description.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, Sledge, Hand
and Shoeing Ilammers, Rasps, Drills, Tongs,
&c., all of the best ,manufacture. Great
care having been taken in the selection
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
His S-ock of Pocket and Table Cutlery -is complete
and quality unsurpassed -nnionget which can
be found full Setts of Table .Cutlery, of
Joseph Rodgers & Sons celebrated
.manufuture; Pocket and 'Pen -
Knives zall patterns and qual
ities -, fine Razors, Scis
sors, Shears, &c.
Also, a'great variety of
Such as Pins, Needles, Port Monies, Hair Brushes,
Comabs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
On hand a choice lot of Guns and Pistols of'the
finest quality-Coli's; -Adams' and Demn's and
others miake of Repeaters, self-cocking.
Also, an assortment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Game Bags,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
His Stock of Building material swill- be fAind com
- plete, consisting in part of 'Iecks. Hinges
Serews, Window Fastenings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, Trunk and;'
Llglit and Heavy Cast, s'
Always on hand a fint, assortment of light nnad
heavy Castings. Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Ket
thls, Well Wleels, Waile Irons, &.
Farmer's Boilers, Cauldronus, Wagon
Baixes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Shovel and Tongs. .
Cooking and Heating .Stoves,
~ALL PATTERNS AND SIZE8S.
Wagon Chains, nll kinds, Log Continued, Halter
nd Trace Chains, Spades and'Sh~ovels, Hay,
F"orks, Crockery and Glass Ware, &e.
Also, manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
All are earnestly solieited to call and examine
fair thems~elves. And you will findl it grenttly to
your interasat to patronize 3oers old Edge fild Dis
trict citir-n. WM. IIILL.
Jlamburg, Oct 26 tf. 42
LINAL NOTICE.-'AH persons, having any
L.ims agnitant the Estate of Simeon Mathis,
deceas< d, are no itied that they must render them
in by the 1st October naext,,and those indebted must
pay up by Rleturn-daty, or thae Administrator will be
forcedl to plaqee said it.debte'dne-s in the hands of an
Attorney foar collection. The Estate must be closed
by the 1st October.
SIMlPSON MATHIS, Adm'or.
Aur.4 tf 30
State of Sontti Car'olina,
ZN O RDINARY.
Richard Derry, Applicant,
Edney Moseley, Pet. for Par.
Johnm Delaughter amd wife and
othecrs, defendants. J
I T appearing to my satisfaction, th~at Johtn Dc
laughater and his wife Julia, Defendants in theo
above statedl case, reside without the limits of
this State, It is therefore ordered and decreed that
thecy do appecar and object to the division or sale
of the Real E-tate of Jane 'Berry, dee'd.,'on or,
before the 81st Octobier next, or their consenit to
the sanme will be entered of record.'
W. F. DURISOE, o.E Di.
Ordinary's Office, A ug 2, 1858. 8m 30
NLOT ICE is hereby given a~hrat application will,
Lbenmade at the next iFessionm of the Legtisla
ture, for a Charter for at Road to run .fronttheo
Lutherant Church, on Edisato, to intersect the Co
lumbia Road at or near Col. John Huiet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefleld Village.
May 6 3m ,16
NOTICE is hereby given th~at application
Nwlilbe made at thme next Session of theo Leg
islature to incorporate Harmony Methodist Epis
Aug 4 3m 80
NU4TCE-Apliation will be made to the
iLa gislatur e at its next Session, to discontinue
the Road from Saint Miark's Church to Rhinehart's:
Mill as a Public Road.
July 28 3m 29
XTOTICE is htereby riven that application will
ibe made by the Town Council of hlamburg,
S. C., to the general A s.sembly at its next session,
for an amenment of- its charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1888 tf 31
OTICE-aApplication will be made ta the
Nnext Session of the Legiglature, for a renew
al of the Charter of the Hmburg, 8. C., Fire En
gino Cotmpany, with amendments.
Sept. 1, 188t
1OTICE.-A pplistion will be made to thme
,LI Legislature at its next Sessionm, for an Acet to In
corporate the liethlehem Baptist Church, in Edge
JuneS - 3 m 2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thattipli
Neation will be made at the nex6-Sesuion of
theo .egis'ature, to vest in 13. F. Lmndrtmaall1 the
right, title andi interest of Christian Breithaupt,
dee'd., or of his .heira, in and to the Tract of
Land lately occupied by Bartlett W. Hat-her,
dee'd., devised to himt by his father John Hatcher,
dee'd., said land having been escheated to'the
State of South Carolina.
July 21 8m* 28 -
-OTIC E l-Ahl persons itidebted to the Es
Nat of Gecorge MeD. Rearden are requested
to mkimeitseteet;adthose having
demands against the Estate will please present
them forthwith, propserly attested.
E. P. HI. KIRKSEY, Ad'r.
Jan. 6, . .51.
Butler LodgeNo 17 I.0a.sFe
THE Regularmeetingsof thu Lodge
w ill be held hereafter in theirs NEW
H ALL, .By order of the N..G.
.luly 27, tf 30 S
EL!XECUTORSW NOTICE.-All persons
.: indebted to the Estateof John Jones, dee'd.,
are earnestly requested to mnake arrangements to
pay up promptly that thme provisis of the -Mill.
.nmy be complied with; ad all persnshlaving
demands against. thte Estate will please :present
them to'tho Executots immedlately-pry dt-.
tested. Ar J. RAMMOND), Ex'
Sept8' . . G.uHARRIS
Sept 8 tf