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Efebff14 Fe iialad Iistitiie- .
T [ ICndersnel will.coninencext ex reles
of this dchool on the 2Wd Monday ia Jan
It is his purpne; if powsi le, to build up nit In
stitation that will afford to Young Ladies , very
facility for acquiring a liltial education; and I.e
asks the heart cto-opej ation of all who are friend
ly to such an ehte, prise. -
lie will be: si t d by as many Teachers as the
number of pupils may requir-.
ie submtits tIhe following reenmmendation from
the Professors of the University o Virginia:
" The Undersigned, having been informed that
Mr. Joux E. GWALTNEY, a Master of Arts of this
Institution, will take. charge of the Female Insti
tute at Edgefield, S. C., are pleased to have an I
opportunity to testify to their. high appreciation t
of' his merits as a ctcholar, and as a ChrIstian gen
tienian. TI.ey believe that his attainments and
character qualify him for etsinent u efu'n,aa, as a
Teacher of the fr.4t class, and they recommend
his School accordinaly.
A T. BLEDSoE. Prof or M thenaties.
W. Ii. McGU.-rsr, Prof. of Mural Philosophy,
S. MAUPIN. Prof. of Chemistry,
B. L GILDERLsLEV, Pr.f. of Greek.
J. L CABELL, Prof. of Physciology & Surg.
A. HOWARD, Prof. of Medicia e .
J S. DAvis, Pro'f of Anat., Ther., & BIt.
J. P. HoLcoUSa, Prof of Const. & Intern. I aw,
Joux D. Mison, Prof of Com. & Statue Law
Faixors H. exiTv, Prof. of Nat Philosophy.
Gassun I I AnaIsos, Prof. of Latin "
W Any one, desiring further infotmation will
pleae addi ess
JOTIN R. GWALTN.Y, A. MI.,b
Edgefield, S. C., Nov 17 tf 45
FEMALE SE ilNARY!
Rev. C. WALLACE & Mrs. X. D. LAWTON,
rPIIE above well known - Institution will be re
L opened for Boarding Scholars 'on Monday,
November 8th. The Day School Is already in op
The Rev. C. WALLACR, Principal, and Lecturer
on Natural Science,
Mrs. D. M LawTox, M 7atron,
Miss A31A VAN Nov, Vice Priveipal,
Miss JULIA V. iRoAcu, Assistant,
Miss SARAu ScuocuoX, Primary Depastment,
Mrs. JULIA BoUETsEAU, Painting and Drawing,
Mrs Dowzi.. French,
Professor Row.-sox, W.cal Music,
Professor WooDRU'FF. Phonography (the new and
beautiful art of short-hand writing.)
Other Professors of Music and Languages em
ployed as required,
A few lads under nine years old received in the
Primary Depa tment of the Day School.
Apply at 190 East Bay, Northeast Corner of
Nov. 17 3t 45
Military & Classical Academy,
T HI- A CADEMY is desi.ned for those who de
sire that their sons be earefully prepared for
admission into the South Carolina Colle.e or other
ilmilar Institutions, into the Sta-e Mil.tary Acad
emy, or for the active busine.s of life.
The course of sfudies is sp cially adapted tp
these ends, embracing so much of the English,
Greek, Latin and French languages and the .lath
ematics as are requisite ; in all of wvhich it is the
aim of the In-tructors that their Cadets become
thorough tnasters of fundamental principles, and
acquire habits of thought and self-dependence
Composition and Declamation receive their due
share of attention.
The Cadets are drilled In the Infantry Tactics ;
and the discipline of the A caderhy is of the Mi.i
tary order,-strict, Inflexible and impartial.
The second scholastic year will commence on
the F.r.-t Monday in January 1859, 6., continue for
ten mnonths * xclusive of twa, weeks vacation in
June. Candidates for admission must be able to
read and write with facility, and not be less than
thirteen years old.
EL~ Tuition, Board, Lodgings.,'Eooka. Lights-and
Fuel, furnished for One Hundred Dollars per Ses
sion of five months, payable in advance.
Parents will be tequired to furnish tf.e uniform
and other articles of clothing.
Pur further particulars apply to the undersigned,
Aiken, S. C', Oct. 0, 1858. 9t 89.
A TEACHER of ability and experience can
have a chance at one of the best locations In
the Southern country by immediate application to
the Trustees of the Male A cademy at this place,
with full and satisfactory references. The situa
tion is worth at least 81,200 per ant~um.
R. T. MIIMS,
BENJ. WA LDO,
W. C. MORAGNE.
Edgefield, S. C.. Nov 3 tf 43
1g'Columbia Caro:inian will copy 6 times and
forward bill to Maj. (. A. Addison, Treas. Board
H, & N, E, SOLOMON
T AKE pleasure in informing the planters and
public gerzerally, that they are re iving the
following articles from New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, which they will SELL AT LOW
BAGGING, BALE ROPE.
Java, Lagnyra and Rio COFFEES,
A. B. C. New Orleans and Crushed SUGARS,
New Orleans and Wast India MOL ASSES,
-SPICES of all kinds,
Foreign and Domestic WIN ES and L.IQUORS,
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
Negro, Bed and Saddle BLANKETS,
OSNA BUlRGS and Geoi'gia PLAINS,
Linseed and Tanner. OILS,
WHITE LEAD and TUR'PENTINE,
TOBACCO, a large assortment,
INDIGO, M ADDER, &e.,
Choice Tennessee BACON,
Bar, Hoop, Nail Rod, Horse Shoe and Band
IROY, of all sizes.
And all other articles usually kept In the GRO
A large assortment of Men's, Buy's, gide and
BRIDL ES and BITT$ of all kind..,
Waggon, Carriage, Buggy and Overseer's Whips,
Hlernesis and Siolo LE A I'H ER, &e., &c.,
All of which we will sell at
New Yorkc Retail Prices.
*We will pay the moat liberal pries for Cotton and
other kinds of produce.
II. & N. E. SOLOMONV,
The Red House at the old stand of 1L L. Cun
ningham & Co.
-Hamburg, Sept. 29, 1858 tf 38
Uaving just returned fronm the Northern Mar
kets, I can supply my customer.' with toods Fassum
from the-natnnfac:urers. and will be able to please
the inust fastidious. Thankful for the patronage I
seeeived while in the firm of II. I.. Cunningham &
Co., I take this opportunty of soliaiting the same
for the New Firm.
HENRY SOLOMON. I
gg"'Abbeville Banner, Independent Press, and
I'wrensville Herald, will copy semi-monthly, forI
E DQEFIEL D EOUSE ?
IIAMBURE', S. 0.
Tj HIS NEW & SPLENDID UOUSE
'. fur Liquors, Lunches and
Refreshusenats, is now kept by the
'pndera.igned in a st;,.Ic heretofore unknown it tha-s
His WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS AND TO
BACCO are of the most choice qualiia a.
.Tie Drinking Saloon will be under the 4
superintendance of the wtll-known and accom
plished MA X SAJ L AT, and the eating depart
m'eng in charge of sepel ior Cooks and-Waiters. r
5~LUNCHES and REFRES!IMENTS fur
RNmibmg. Nov 1@ 8. i
BEG A leave to call the attention cof hi:s fr~egds
and tbe public to his large and well assorted
;tock of Fancy & Domestic
ie havinz disposed of all his old Goods previous
0 his going to the North, is now in po'se.sion (if an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprites all that is
Fashionable and Desirable in Style! 1
He has added to his Store another Department
in which lie keeps a larie supply of
&c., &c., &c.
AU of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any H'ouse in Augusta.
lie has a splendid lot of DEL ANES, worth
37 c-s. which lie sells for 25 cts
U .OAKS and Si1AWLS, very cheap;
All wo.dI DELAINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all st) les, cheap. r than ever;
Embroidered CU.L \ltS worth $1, for 50 cts
AND ALL OTIIER GOODS IN PRO
Aungusta, Nov 1 tf 43
LI. C. DEMING,
BAoRGAINS FOR THE MONEY!
I 1AVE now in Store tmy enti e Stoek'of STA
PIR and FANCY D>RY GOODS. wh'eh
shall be sold at Lowivest Possible Price.
IN I)RE-kS GOOD., I have
lkiuble Imp. ROBES;
Robe a'L EIS F ;
Robe a'BAY EDERE;
Robe POMPA DORE;
SK IR T S.
Jupoii's and Arnold's IIAMMERED STEEL
SPRING9. No other Skirts can equal the above.
Also, on hand the ordinary SKIRTS.
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
GEO. SCHLEY'S NEGRO GOODS,
Warranted all Wool filling.
Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Homospuns, &c.
at the Manufacturer's prie.s.
White Mackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known, and 4 f which I bold and al
way. give satisfaction.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloabs,
A beautiful and complete a.s..rtm~ent.
In every style, quality an-l price.
IIOSIERY, &c., &c.,
Emsbra.'ine every article usually kept in a DRY
GOOI)S STORKE, all of which shasll be
SOLO AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
gg" A n examination of .my Stock is respectfully
L. C. DElYING,
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL.
A ugusta. Ga , Sept 1s tf 36
ARE NOW RECEIVING THE[R
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
*Usually kept in a
DRY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
As any other
The Character of their House is a sufficient
guarantee that eryCustomer
will be Cagdthe
Augusta, Sept 13 tf 8
1858---FALL DRY GO0DS--1858.
HI HVE just opened a very large and elegant
6Vhich compirises averything in the trade, as well
is all that is new and eant in style, excellent in
guality, and Low las Price.
They are determined to maintain their old and
wecll established reputation oif
li'alr Dealing and Moderate Prices,
And w..uld invi~e all in search of G00OD GOODS,
it 1.0W FIGURE.', to give thtem a call at their
ONE PRICE STORE.
Bed Blanakets, Negro Blankets,
Wegro Eerseys, Plains, Linseys, &c.,!
And a large stoek of all other Goods for Servants'I
rear, at the lowvest possible prices.
And as our Rule of Business is
ON E PRIC E,
AND NO DEVIATION,
to one will pay over market price, as the rule
~orees the seller to ask the lowest market price,
and prot ects the buyer. T here fore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
f you like fair and open dealing,
- Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
f you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer " one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
f you don't like to 0 " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly r'n another,
Go to BROOM& NORRELL'3.
A fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get good1
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to dval, and be pleased tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
SAugusta, Nov 9 tf 44
Butler Lodge, No 17 1.O.0.F.
TRE Regularnmeetings of this Lodae
~Jwill be held hereafter in their NEW
HALL, By order of the N. (I.
July-27, if 30
PRY IT.-Thomson's Celebrat- d Washing
L Campoundl and Tranisprrent soaps.'
Alap, a fine article of Colgate's Toilet Soap.
W. E. LEGG.
HENT sT OSBORNE,
At 236 Broad Street, Under U. S. Hotel.
O LOCE.S. WATCilE,.1EWIELRY.Siber
and Plated WA RF.; 'PECTACLle, Gold,
In.ve-r an.l *-weel; Optical and Surveyinat MNSTRU
MI RN' S-: Nechlasnical l)'t 1S for children ; 0 A b L E
CH A RMS; C.ble Walking CAN hS, and a large
an-I b. autiful variety .f 0W0us, of most recent
sty'os, Oh sIale IAt lows-1t, prices.
All work 1.romi t'y and t fficiently dione, both in
the Watch and .lewelry 'ine, as Ier-tf..re. Busi
ne*sss personally att.-ndedl to Goods a il; be weekly
arriv-nZ. of the tawe t pltt.-rns.
A f.sir share . f patronage, j.rseporthonea e ta aln
amp'e LStock (of ev-ry thing in hit line, is rerpt-Ct
fTy JIENRY J OSBORNE,
Watch, Optical an.1 Jewelry Eaabl.shment, 236
Iroand Street. under the U. S. liote!, and oppocite
the City lai.k, Augusta, Ga.
Augustt, Ott. 5, l e58 tf 39.
SPLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
R KTURN their thanks to their numerous
friend- and cuastomers ror their liberal p:ttron
age, and beg to aeburo them th:.t they are now
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST
Ever oft'ersed in the City, at prices below last year.
We h.ave in addition the LA RGMST Stock of
In the South, all or our own make.
. gM We invite our friends in Edi. field and the
adjomting Distt iets, to Live our INt. ek an examini
tise. We are alwaysa nxioustoexhisit our Gewds,
and are confident thtat the QUA LITY and PRIC ES
of our Clothing must gise satisfaction.
A ugubta, &ept. 2-2, if 37
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &C., &C.
r '1iIC Suheriloer ater returning thannks to their
. friends in 1EDG FlELD and adjoining Dis
trictl, for their liberal patr.nage during the last
ten years, woud inform them th:t th.y still con
tinue to kee-p on hand a large assortm..nt of
from the celebrated manufisetories or RAVEN BA
CON & CO, IIAZELTON, BROS., and A. IH.
GALE & CO, New York. for whom they are aole
Agents. These instruments having already won
such far famed celebrity, it is only. neeeisary for us
to repeat that for strength. durability and finish,
together with power, depth, sweetness and soft
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
want.ng a superior
woul.1 do much better to call and select from a large
ossortment, than by dealinu with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior iakers. wh. re they have no choice, and
have of:e'n to pay highet prices for in'erior Instru
ments, than fite ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIA NO FORTE sold by us in
warranted in v'ery respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatev.-r. Persons orde-ring from a distanee
from us can d,-IMI-nd upon getting a GOOD AR.
TICLE. as we take it a point to keep goods of the
bes.t quality atnd such as we c-an recommend and
warran in s-very respect.
The'r sock of M USIC is very large andi they
are con-tanttly receiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the bsst quality always on hand.
They would as eall attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nd oths r artils.-A LAO
Always Ott hand the l~arest assortment in the State
of G UITA RS, VIOLINS, A GCORDEONS,
FLUTES, 1-LAGROLECTS, VIOL.IN BOWS,&c ,
and every artic-le of Mlusical Mlerchandise.
- Carhsrt's and Needham's and Prince'seebrated
ACCORI) EONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
Cash or City aeceptances by
OG. A. OATES .A BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga, bdtween U. S., and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13
ANSLEY & SON,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AUG USTA, G A.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LAR D, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.
WILL giveo strict attention to the Sale and
PYIurelmtse of M'erchtandise, Flour, Grain,
antd all kintds of COUNTRY 'RODUCE.
By strict personal attention to business, ire hope
to secure a liberal patronage frotm the citizents of
Edgefield atnd the adjoining Districts.
Orde-rs for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
Liberal cash adviances made on Cotton and other
Prcxlutce when desired.
Augusta, Aug 18 3m 32
JACOB'S CORDIAL !
TIlE GREAT SOUT HERN R EMEDY
B OW EL DI SE A SES,
CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, DIARRHEA,
BILIOUS COLIC, COLUC INFANTUM,
Admirably adapted to many Diseases -of Fe
males, most especially hlenstfuation.
I HlE VIRTUES OF -JACOB'S CORDIAL are too
*well known to requtire encomiumus.
1st. IT ccR)2s Tur. wo5sT cAPES 0r D):AIIIIEA.
24. IT UcnxS T:a wosTr roitus or DvsIENTERt.
34. IT cUE~S CAL.1roRNA oar MEeANra DtAatwsEA.
4tth. IT settaryE~ TaIr. 5exvxlET Coslc.
Lth. IT ccalus Cnoa.EttA Motracs.
6th. IT cexS C:.wxxA IlrASTx.
7th. ITc~ CURS FrCL ME~SiTHUATION.
8:h,. IT :zstsvas P'AIs Is IJAC Asp Loiss.
9th. IT coIYTEnAcTh NEavOtesNs AND DLs:.nEXCv.
1,uth. IT E.OTOREsi Iiai.U: L.6RiTlEs.
11tth. IT DISmEs GLOOxY AND~ ni~TEi:IcAI. Fm:usos.
1ith. IT's AS AutatllAS Toraic.
A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, ac.
" I have used Jacob's CordIlal In my fsaily, andI h~ave fournd
It a tost cemelet.t, andt ha my jstdgment, a valttable remedy.
iao. IIPRAM WARNER.,
Judge or Supremue Court, Uesrgla."
" It gives me pleasure Its being able to reesntmnatnd Jacob's
Usrdiai;litly own perAtmal experience, ansI the experIence
or msy nighbosr ands friendls arosttd me,. Is a snumlncit gumar
antee~ fsr mie to believe it to be all th~at It purpsorts to tbe, vIz:
A sovmas a.. .
.WM. II. UNDERWOOD
Formerly Judge of SuperIor Coturt, Cherokee CIrcult."
"I take great pleasure In recommnendlng tIs Invaluable
medIcine to alt affleted wit bowel disseasse,, feor wlehl I be
leve it to bena sovereIgn remecdy--deeldedly supt rior to, any
thIng else ever tried by me. A..GULN,
Deputy G. M. of the G(rand Luidge of Georgi."
" I lanve used Jacobs Crdilatl n my famltly, andi thlls, wIth
all I lhear about It as a remedy by those who have trIed It,
inuces mec to belIeve Itat It stands at tihe head of every pre
p'aratlon of the kltud, and. I wtould recommectnd Its tse an the
ileases f..r whIch It Is comupounded-s.
Ca .ero t . Mai fte3ILEe 0. DOBBINS.
Casierof he ankof heState of Geosrgia, Grfin."
" If there Is any credIbIlity in human Iestmony, Jacob's
CordIal unust statnd p~reemhmant above all other prepurations
for the cure of Ilowel Dise-ases. Fronm themtuasof testhinonsy
n Its favor contg In ftoum all qtuarterw, 11 ttust be very fur
In advance, as a curatIve ngeut, of moost if not all other
'patent preptamations. * A. FLEMING,
Cashier Marine and FIre Insurance Bank, Griltn."
"ThIs setcint remedy Is travellIng Ituto celebrity as fast as
Baartejpuhedhisacolunman Into RussIa. and ganIng
cm ndtowhrerused."-G'eorgla/ Jferson ion, Jfuy
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS EVERIYWRE.
sWMrchants, Druggists and PhysIcIans supplIed by
J. AIUEtST, lImpiorted and Wholeatle Dealer, Chtarles
Ion, S. C.
SSep22,185S ly 87
N OTICE-.\ ll persons indebted to time Estate
of .J. 13. Tatlbert, deceased, are requested to
nmake payment mt an early date, and these halving
demands against said Eastate, will render them in
proprly attested ror payment.
B. M. TA LBERT, Adm'or.
Sept. 29, 1858 12m * 38
N OTIC E !-AII persons indebted to the Es
- tate of George McD. Rearden are requested
t make immediate settlement ; and those having
leands against the Estate will please present
he forthwith, properly attestedl.
EC. P. 11. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
J..aan 6 2
Wholesale and Retat Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the United F tates 1lotel,
BEGS to-inform his frieinland the .nublic that
he is just openine one of the LAR EST,
BEST and. CIIEAPEST Stocks of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
%ran1mme, CarjAet 3Baagw, ca
That he has ever brought to A ugusta, selected
carefully from the Manufacturers, personally, and
purch.sed entirely for CASH, .which enables him
to offer superior ihducenients to those who may
favor him with a call.
3,000 Pair of Splendid Plantation BROGAN,
of very superior quality, exceedingly cheap;
10 Cases of very superior Hair Lined Water
Proof BL0TS, entirely new, and desirable for the
With a full asqrtment of Ladies and M.isses
HEELED and UNHEELRD GAITIRS, SLIP
PElRS, B.ASKIN., &c., &c., to all of which I
would respectfully invite the attention of the pub
lic. H ENRY DALY.
NEXT DOOR TO GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Sept 29 tf 88
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
7 OULD respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Alers hants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock tof
Drugs, Medicines -and Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLE- IN HIS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can oilLr a stock uperior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or ou more REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED!
All oflicinal preparations put up under the su
pervision of graduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and in strict conformity
with the formularies of the United States Phar
macopcia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
KAir, Tooth, Paint and Wal Brushes,
&c., &c., &c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
tion to my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C.,
which I promise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
any House in this City.
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the mon- y will be returned and ex
pences paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LEECH1ES
in the City.
gLeoliciting a visit befori purchasing else
where, I feel confident that-tho inducements of
fered both in lowness of price and punctuality in
attending to orders, will secure a portion of your
SVRemember my Store.is under the Augusta
Hoel, Angusta, Ga.
TRIOMIASI. FOGARTY. -
Augusta, March 80P ly 12
WXK H TUTT,
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL
French, English. an d American
D R UGS,
"Dro 180, :Eroac1 treat,
B L UE ST O NE.
3,000 Lbs. for sale very low, by
W. U. TUTT, Druggist,
180, Broad Street, Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c
500 Gallons English Li seed Oil;
10,000 Lbs. Pure White Lad;
Colours of all kinds. For sale at very low
figures, by WV. H. TUTT, liruggist,
No. 108, Broad Str ett, Augu-ta.
SPERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on hand and for sale low,
by W. 1i. TIUTT, l~ruggiist,
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For sale by
WV. II. TUTT, Drugzgist,
No 108, Broad street.
A ugusta, Nov 1 tf 43
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
S T ORE.
EPHRAIRTWEEDY, Augusta, Geo.,
nerteLower Market, las now a L ARGE
and F'INE gitock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND .JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
CLOCKS of the best make and warranted to
keep time at prices, ranging from $I,50 to $12
W ATC HES of the newest patterns, both Silver
andI Gol.l, of the best and most substantial kind,
and warranted to keep good time.
JEWELRY of the newest and rar'es - styles,
Lava, Cameo, Coral and, all Gold Setts
BRA CELETS FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, or.e.,
of the richest variety.
I'fClocks, Watches and Jewelrf] repaire aI and
warranted by the I est Workmen.
Give E. TW RE DY a trial.
Augusta, Oct. 0 8m 39
Fall and Winter Styles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
WNhoslosalo a n ci. 1tota11.
GEO. W. FERRY, A ugusta, Ga., is
now prep~ared to greet his custonmers with
a new and extensive assortment of
Cents. Fall style Moleskin and Cassimere hATS,
" " " French and A mer. felt do0
" " " Cloth, Silk Velvet, Plush and
Glazed Silk CAPS;
Youth. and Boys HATS and CA PS, all kinds ;
Children's Fancy do do elegant styles;
Velvet,Hlk,Chineal,Straw and Lace IIONNETS
Silk, Scotch Ging. and Paragon UMBRELL AS;
Men's and Boys Wodl tlATS, every variety of
style and quality;
These Goods are direct from Marmufacturers,
made expressly for this market, and will be sold
as low as same quality of Goods cac be sold any
where. Call and see.
GEG. WV. FERRY,
Under Masonic Hall. .Broad Sireet,
Augusta, Sept 28 , tf 88
CLOCES! CLOCKS! CLOCKS!
AND NO MISTAKE.
C ALL at F. H. CANDEE'S and examine the
best Clocks ever introduced in the Southern
market. A new style, entirely plain, pretty and
mbtatial. Warranted for ten years if well used.
Edgefleldh, Oct 18 tf 40
C HOICE TOBACCO--Just received,
direct from the manufsetory of Col. Peter
Penn, of VirginIa. a supply of Fine CHEWING
fr0DACCO, comprising the following Brands:
'Honey Dew," " Qronoco," " Extra Twist" and
'01h1 DominIon." Lovers of the weed are invited
a call and sample the latter brand. " Old Do
ninion" is hard to beat.
..L. PENN, Agt.
Sept 8 tf 85
ViNEGAR--T~o hundred gallons Choice
APEand PICKLING VINEGAR, just
T HE LIV H- IVIGARA TOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
IS n great scientific medical discovery, and is daily working
cures, almost too) great to believe. 1 cures as if by mag.
le, even the first ,tose giving benudt, and seldomu more than
one bottle is required to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
from the worst .Inundice or Dpspa-lais to a comnmon head
ache, all of which are the result of a diseased Liver.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators of tihe
human body, and when It performs its functions welt
the powers of the sstem are fully develtoped. The
stomach is almost entirely % dependent on the healthy
action of the Liver for the prnper performance of its
funetlons. When the stom ach is at fauit, the bowels
are at fault, and the whole system a a fo r a in conse.
ruenceof one organ-the Liver- having CeaseI to
doits duty. For the disena, es of that organ, cone (if The
proprietors han ma It his study. in a praclce of
more than twenty years, to find sorne remedy where
w ii to counteract the many derangements to
which it is liable.
To prove that th's re medy is at lat found, any
person troubled with Liv er Complust In an y
of its f'rns, has but to try a m bottle, and conviction is
A compaund has been formed by dissolving gums
and extracting that part which is soluble for the ae
tive virtues of the medli cine. These gums remove
all morbid or bad matter from the systent, supply
ing in theirplacea healthy fdew of bile, invigorating
the atomnach, causing food to digest well, purifying
the blood, giving toane und heIlth to the a hole mnchi
tIery, remo.ving the causea of the disease, and effect
ing a radical cure without an,y of the disagreeable
after effects, felt by using Calomel or Mineral P.,t
son that is usually. resor ted to.
One dose after eating is sutelent to relieve the
stomach, and prevent the food from rising and sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at night loosens the bowels
gently, and cures costive ness.
One te taken after each ,r meal will cure Dyspepsia.
g One dose of two tea spoonaful will always re
lieve Sick H adache.
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction, removes
the cause of the disease, and makes a perfect cure.
Only tne dose Immedi ately relieves Cholle, while
One dmse, often repeated, is a sure cure for Chol
era Morbus, and a pre r-r-. ventative of Cholera.
One dose, taken often, M" will prevent the recurrence
of Bilious' Attacks, while It relieves all painful feel.
gV Only one bottle is needed to Ihrow out of the
system the effects of ar.edi eine after a long sickness.
One bottle taken for - Jaundlee, removes all
yellowness or unnatural c color foti the akin.
One alose taken a short lime before eating gives vigor to
the appetite, and mitankes food digest well.
One doise, often repeated, cures Chronic Diarrhyen in its
worst forns. while summer and bowel complaints yield al
nmtst to tie first dots.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worms, while for
wormis in chliren, there is no surer, safer or speedier rem
edy in the world. as it never falls.
There is no exaggeration In these statements; they are
plain, ember facts, that we can give evidence to prove, while
all who use It ar giving their unanimous testimony in Its
We take infinite Pleasure in recommending this imtdileine
as a itpreventive for Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, and all
Fevers of a Bilious type. It operates with certainty. and
thousaudsare willing to testify to its wonderful virtues.
Among the huniretis of-Livcr Retnedies now offered to
the public. there are none we can so highly recommend as
Dit. SANFO1D'S INVIGORATOlt, so generally known
now throughout the niion. This preparation is truly a
Liver Inrigoralor, protucing lte msost happty results on all
who use I. Almont initmnerable etrtileate's lmave been giv
en to the great virtue of thi4 nedicie by those of the high
eet standing in soelety, and we know it to be the best prepa
ration now itwfore the publie.-Ifsadaon pounty Jnnoerat.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAI PEt 110':TLE.
8ANFORtD d CO.,
Proprietors,815 Broadway. New Yqrk,
C.V'For sale at Edgefleld C. It. by G. L. PENN, A ent.
June 16, 1S58. ly
FOR TIIE RAPID CURE O
Colds, Coughs, and
Banornat~, MASS., 20th Dec., 1856.
Da. J. C. A saz: I do not hesitate to say
the best renedy I have ever found for
Coughs, Iloarsenes, Influenza. and the
concomitant symptoms of a Cold, isyoir
Cnmaar Pzcroai. Its constant use in
my practice and my family for the last
ten years his shown It to possess supe
rnor virtues for the treatmenmt of times.
complaits. ElBEN KNItiltT, MI. D.
A.BI. MOiITL EY, Esq.,of UticA, N.'Y.. writes: "Ij have
used your lnetorui mi-self amnd in mty family aver since
yout invented it, anmd holers it thme best nmedrctns for its
purpoese ever pust out. W~ithm a bad cold I ashoumld sooner
pay twentuyfiv dollars for a bottle than do without It, or
take any othmer rentedy."'
Croup, Whooping Cough, Indfuenza.
Setusovmt.nD, Sltass.. Feb. 7,198.
Baeimia Area: I will cherfully certify yommr ItccftraZ
Ilisah best remedy we lsamlsess for tihe cuare of whocoping
cough. croup, anti the chmest dilseasee of chIldren. We of
your fraternity its the South appreciate your skll, snd
commnend your medicine to onr people..
IllitAM CONKLIN, 31. D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., 3MonTeate, IA., wrItes,8Sd Jan., 1956:
" I hail a tediotis Indfuesa. Yrilchs confined ume In doors
six weeks; took many msedicties without relIef; finally
triedi your ltcinral by the advice of our clergyman.. The
first itos relievedl tihe soreness im amy threat end linngs ;
less thman one haif time bottle made sme completuly well.
Yaomr medicines are thea choaiest as well as the bsest we
camn buy, amnd we esteema you, tr, and your remedies,
as time peor asass's friemid."
Asthma or Phthisie, andI Bronchitis.
WIs? MiancNu5sU, Pa., Feb. 4, 158.
Sin: Your Cherry Petram is performing marvellous
eurs in thIs sectionm. it has relIeved several fronm alarm
lng symptoms of consumptIon, and is now cmurlng a man
who hsas laboredi utter an affectIon of the lunngs for the
last forty years. II~tY L. PARKS, Mlerchmant.
A. A. RAMISEY, M. D.. Atno;r Mowitee Co., Iow.A,
writes, Sept. 6.1855: "llDurinig my practice of many years
I have foud nothhmig equal to youmr CS erry 1'ecioral for
giving ease and relief te cousmmptlve piatienats, or curtng
such as are curable."
We might add volumes of evidence, but the most con
vincing proof of tihe vlrtiues of this remedy is fomsnd in Its
effects upon tritul.
Probably no one remedy has ever been knownm wimdeh
cured so nmany and such dangerouts cases as this. Some
no hntn aid can reach; bmut even to those the CGerryn
1'tctoral affords relief and comfort,
Autron locus, NEW YosK Crer, March 5, 1856.
Deroa Areaa, Lowsus: I feel It a dumty and a pleasure
toa inform you what your Cherry it~col has done for nmy
wife. Shte land been fie msoitimhs laboring undemr the dan
ge~rous synsptomss of ConsumptIon, from whIch no aId we
couldt parocumre gave hmernmmscht relief. Site was steadily fall
Inst. until Dr. Strong. of this city, where we have conme for
advice, recommended a trIal of your medicIne. We bless
Is kindness, as we do your skill; for alma has recovered
from that day. She Is tnt yet as strong as she used to
be, biut la fate front lhen coughm, and calls herself irell.
Yours with gratitude and rgr
OlILANDO StIELR, or SausrJVnLn.
(baumptires, do not despair tIll you hsave tried A Tma's
Crany PevomuAL. It Is nmade by ond of thie beet medIcal
chtemists in thme world, and tts cmures all around'us bespeak
the high merIts of its virtues. -Ph:7iadelhia .Etdger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.'
TiE sciences of Cihestry and M1edicine htave been
..taxed theIr utmost to produce this best, meet perfect
purgative whIch is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shown that these Pu.u hmave virtues which surpass in
excellenmce the ordinasry medicInes, and that they win un
precedentedly upon the esteenm of all men. They are safe
and piesusant to take, but powerful to cuare. Thiier pene
tratIng propsertles stimaulate the vital actlivitiesuf thme body,
remove the obstructions of its orgas,'purify tihe bloomd,?
.aad expel dlisease. They purge oat thefossi humors whkelit
bsreedi and g'row distemper, stimulate sluggish or disor
dared organs Into their natural action, and hibpart healthy
tone with strength to time whonle system. Not only do
they cure thae every-day complaiuta of every body, bunt
ialso fortnadabis and dangerous diseases thaat have baffled
.the best of human skill. While they produice powerfiul
effects, they are at the same time, In dimminlsimed dose,, the
safest amld best physic thmat can be eimpjloyed for chIldren.
lieimng sugar-.coated, thmey are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, sre free from say risk of harm. Cures
have been made whaich surjaaes belief were they not sub
stantiated by men of such exalted positIon and chmaniter
as to fbrbid the auspicion of untruth. llany emuinnt
clergymen amnd pahysictans have leant their nmnes to certify
to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others.
lhars sent me the assurance of their convction that my
Preparations contribute Immensely to the rellef of my
afliceted, suffering fellow-meni.
The Agent below namped is pleased to furnish gratIs my
Amaerikan Ainmanac,contaiing directionus for their usea and
certificates of their cures, of the following comlainimts:
Costiveness, Ililiu Complaints, Rthenmatism, Dropsy,
lleurrhburn, hiestdache arismug from a foul stonmachNau
sea, Intdigestion, Mlorbid Inaction of the hovels amm P'aiin
arising thmertifroum, Filusleucy, Loss of Appetite, alt Ulcer
omit anad Cutameosus Di~eases whmich requIre an evacuant
medicimne. Scrofula or Kinig's EvIL. Thmey also. by purify
Inmg thiibood ansd stimulating the system, cure nmany
eonmpliaimts wich It wommld net be supposed they could
ieachi, such as Deafneoss, Paurtial Blinduess, Neuralgla anti
Nervons Irritambility, Derangememnts of the Liver and Kid.
nays, (Gimt, andt other kindred complaints arising fr'om a
low state of ibis body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be lpnt,off by unprincipled dealers with some
otlier lilt they make more profit on. Aak for Arma's
Pn.s.s, anmd take otlining else. No other they can give
you compares with this in Its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The slck want the heat aid there is for them,
and they shomuld have It.
Prepared. by Dr. 3T. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kaus.
Pates 25 Ci. Paa Box. Fir Boxan rea $1.
G. L. PENN and DRS. A. G. & T. 3. TEAGUE,
Egefield C. H.; A. J. PELLETIER & CO., Ham
burg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale by
HA VIL AND, CHICHIESTER & CO., Augusta, Ga
June 2 ly 21
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can be.
had at my house for Calh.
Lather-Harners, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c..
R. T. MIMSM.
NOT ICE-All persons indebted to the Es- I
tate of Holden W. Posey, dec'd., are request-i
ed to make immediate payment, and all these
having demands against the Estate will please
render thems in to me legally attested within three
months from this date, as at that time there will
be a final settlement of said Estate.
SAMUEL POSEY, Ad'or.
Sepnt 6 '' i n e5
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Faciasto
. me directid,- I will proceel to nell at kdge
Held c: H., on the firt Monday aid Tuesday in
December nm-t, the following p-r<.w. ty in the fol
lowing cases, viz:
W: W. Ge;4er vs. W. 1. Adams, Ore Tract of
lard containing one hundred acres, trore or less,
adjoining laniis of W. B. Do.n and Daniel Rcun
o Ten m of Sail, Cash.
JAR. EIDSON, S. E. D.
Nov 15, 4te 45
B Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
Gold Coutt House, on the Brst Monday and Tues
day in December next, the following property,. in
the following cases, via:
Abner Bushnell, .fY4 Samuel Brooks, vs John
Leigh ; Other Plaintifft severally, vs The Same,
A House and Lot or p:areel of land in the Village
4 f Edgefield. containing three acres, more or less,
beouded on the North by 1). R. Duriane, East by
the Stage Road, South by the Carriage House Lit
Samuel Williams vs Williain Quarles, A Tract
r.f Land containing Eighty-two acres. more nr loe,
adjoining lands of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Johnson.
JAS. EIDSON, S.E.D.
Iov 10 4t 44
HE Proprietor of this well known and popu
3. lar HOTEL takes peculiar p!easure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generalle, that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that his -whole e.ergies will be
put into requisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
and the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
dition for the Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had,. and presided over by one skilled in
the culinary department-and in short, everything
reqgite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied in abundance. The servants of the
C A ROLINA HOTEL are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and are 'aver in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and complete, and llorses-left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
'I hankful for past encouragement and patron
age, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
0' The travelling community are notifed that
they and their baggage will be conveyed, at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the 4'arolina or
Georgia Depots. J.' A. M.
I1amburg, May 3 1868 tf 18
CHEAP FAMILY -GROCERIES!
T HE Subscriber is now receiving and openin
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selectel
To which ie begs leave to invite the attention ol
Planters in want of Choice Supplies. Ie may be
found in the Rlock of Buildings formerly oceupied
by G KORGE ROBIN3SN as a Hardware Store
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
"A nimble Penny is better than a
Slow Shilling 1"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar.
St. Croix SUGAR
New Orleans, old procs-s, SUGAR.;
"new "C do.
Stuart's A. IS. anid C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
"C Powdered do.
"Sugar lions. SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior ;
English Dairy and (c'skeen CIIEihE:
Choice Old H RANDY and liolland GIN;
Jamaiea and New Enuland R UM;
.lohn Gibson's XX and XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee WHISlKEY.
-CONFECTION~A llES and PICKLIkq
MIACKEREfL, SA LMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR, &e., &e.
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with nmany other articles too tedious to
mention. T~oS. KENtAGRAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kittr, * and i-Bbla;
Buckwheat FLOUR, No.1I;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MtACCARONI; CiTRON; and CRACKERS;
25 Bbis.: Fresh Thoman'ton LIME ;
Hambur,O Qet. 19 ly 2
Oetagon Burial Cases
T HE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at h's
Fuftiture Roomis. opposite tihe Post Offlee. a
large afetbeh t of this new style of MJETALIC
BURIAL -eASS, of beautiful form, and tinrished
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. Tirese CASE~S are now extensively used
and possess manry valuable .advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready fur delivery at a moment's
'warning; a line Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufactus'e, and of all sizes, prices ardil quality
JOHN AI. WITT.
Edgefleld, May 13 ,tf 18
My termns for selling RIETA LIC BURIAL CA:
SRS is Cash, but should tihe cash nrot accompany
the order; interest will beocharged fromt thre day of
delivery. JOHN Mi. WilT'.
N. B.-Woodl 'offins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf ''. 2
Oct 13 at 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
- EDGEPIELD DISTRICT,
i.IN COMMON PLEAS.
k. Ui. Chanmberlain.
sm. - . Foreign Attachmrent.
-Tohn C. Thomas. -
TI fl Plaintiff in tihe arbove stated eame having
..thIs day filed iris 1).elarationr in my office, and
rho Deedn leaving ueithecr wife nor Attornr-y,
knownr t,, reside within the:t limei's of this .State, on
whomn euplies of said delaratlin with nu'en to plead,
can be ,arved, On motione of Messfn Crarroll &
Haeon, l'lainititf's Attoirneys. Ordercd..Thart said
De'endant appear and plh-ud;- to maid I )rejaration
within a~ y, ar anid a day front the date hereof, or
fia' and aib alufe judgemewnt will b giveni against
hrimr. TI1.4. G. H.\ ,) c o ,
, Clerk's Office, Sept. 27, 1858, --; 38'
STATE OF SOUTR CAROLINA,
BY W. F. DURS0, ire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, Jetlituu Day, haifa applied to me 'r Let
ters of Administratiotn,.on alandl singular t Isgoods
and cehattius, rights .and credits of Marth 'Green,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased. ~
These are, therefore, to cite arnd admornish -jand
eingurlar, the kindred and creditors of' the ma ~ds
reased, to be and appear befonre mi,, at our next- -
nary's Court fejr Irse said District, eo be holden t;
EdgefielsI Court House, on the 3ruliday of Diecsmb&.
oezt, to show cause, if any, winy the said administra-'
nion should not he granned.
Given uinder my hand and seal, this *17th day of
Nov'r., in tine year of our Lord ne thousand eight
nundred arid fifry eight, and in thre ighty-thrird year
af American Inidepenndence..
W. F. DURISOE, oxo
Nov. 2t, 1859 3s 4.J
FRESH CRACKERS, &cc.
JUST received by E. PENN, A gent, a lot of
LJEODA BISCUIT, Sugar, Congress and Aber
rethy CR ACKERS, fresh and of beat quality.
Nov 3 tf 43
XCELLENVT SEED WHEAT--The
Subsetiber has for a d~e a large lot of Superior
;EBED W HEAT, comprising the Gale and other
'atieties. A pply at his residence.
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Nov3, .4t 43
HOICE WHISEY.--Fifty Barrels
CORN, WHEAT and RYE WISK!EY forI
ale by S. E. BOWERS, Agt,
Hanmrg Oc2 it 42 '
STATE ( SlTH Oi WAj
George W. tndrum ain othier s
tlaria Landrum and others. -
I N pursuance of an order from (han. WardaT,
in this caue, I will tell at Ed
on the first Monday Int -cemberie
Ing real estate of Reuben Ladri.l$d ,!R
TRACT NO.-I,"lyingen I.o -reewhh's
few miles of Edgeefild vilaie, enifahiig, ?I
,!even. hundred acres, more. or m; but-of
Ttact about one bund i fort' acres
been cut off und specifeally'asred-tone of the
parties In.Interest.' The- remaintig bulk of the
Tract is of fine quality, and adj6in. lindief1.
W. Pickens, Dayid trother and.Job IL. H&,
lingsworth. -. .
TRACT ~O.'2 cobtaining one htndria-acres,
more or less, and, adjoining lands of Alfred May
TRACT NO. 3, containing three hundred uql
twerity acres, more or less, lying on Sleep Creek,
and adjoining lands oft Dr. lohn Landium, James
Dorn, Eliijah Stli and'othe's.
These are some of the verfineelndsndisi dbe
field-hideed, they are as good. Cotton LEtaI
the State af'ords; and the term. of sale are very
easy, as see below:
Tsas-Only so much In cash as will ay the
costs of tie suit. The rest on a credit bf one,
two and three years from day of sale, with Inter
est. from dat -. Purchasera to give Bond with
good sureties as usual.
A. 61iMI , 'C.n.E.
Nov 16, 4te 46
State of South Carolina,
A. 0. Teague and others -
IN pursuance of an order In this cause froi.
Chan. F. 11. Wardlaw, I will proeed to se"V A
Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday In Deceib~r
next, the building In this Village, known as the
ICE 110USE, and the lot (if aniy) connected
Ilis a first rate house for the purpose it. is de
signtd to answer, having been put up f good
material, by a good workman, and on a erecu
plan. An opportunity is pre ented. for an energitic
person ta go into the Ice businesslere,and money
can be made by it. Watch. the sale.
T Bas-A credit till 1st January 1869. Cats
to be paid in cash. -
A. SIN1KINS, c.z.z.D.,
Nov17 4te 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Molly Coleman, -
We. Bi for Pir
Moses Walton and wife, et.al.
B Y virtue of an order in this ease, I will pW.
ceed to sell upon the premises ouThu y,
the 2d of December next, the following Real s
tate, belonging to the Estate of James Coleman,
deo'd, to wit:;
ONE TRACT OF LAND, inEdgefield Distaict,
containing Eleven hundred aeres, more or less
% hieh will be divided before the day of sale into
two separate Tracts, and plat thereof exhibited
bounded by lands of Bennet Perry, Sampson Cop
p ick. Robert Smith, Lw Same, James Perry
This land is in many repects desirable;'I.t Is
heathful and productive; It is one of the best Wa.
tar. d places in all that vicinity; and it isnow, to to
fences, &e., under first rate repair.
The improremuents on the g lace are also anmaly.
good: the outbuildings especially.,. The Gin Reuse
is said to be a. good a one as i's in -the district.
There is also afine orchard onthe premises..i
The neighborhoodi is a capital:eone, sad the dis
tanee from Newberry village Is ten or eleven miles
There is~a qu-ntity of prime Cotton Land ytt
be el-ared on the place. The arable' laud is muek
of it admirable adapted for grain cu'ture.
Pereons wishing a fine loeation would do well to
attend this sale. A bargain might be gut.,
Tuaxs-A oredit of twe've months from the day
of sale, with bond andl at lesst two geod sureties.
Costs of suit to be paisi in cash.
gg"'NIewherry Cnserwatist and Lexington Plag
cuety three times and send accdunts to the Coinmis
sioner pre~vious to day or sat.
A. SJIKINS, c.g.a D.
Oct. 27, 5te 42
State or South Carolina,'
John R. Ahbney and wife, Eustaeia,
ss . Balf pr
Am-elia J. Coleman and others.
B)Y an order fr.'m Chan. Wardlaw, in thi. case,
LI will sell at Edgefield C. II., on the first Mon
day in D~ecember next, the following Road.Estate,
belonging to the Estate of John A. Coleman, dee'd,
to wit~ -. : -.
'ONE TRACT OF LAND, situated in Edgee
District, omtining Three hundred andl seve
eight (378) acres, more or less, bounded by lans
ofr David Coleman, Wilson Abney, Lewis ample,
M. We Clary and others.
ONE OTliER TRACT, containing Nine()
acres, miore or less, baounded l~y lands ofBul
Merchant, IB. J. L. Perry, and by other lands ~
the said John A. Coleman, deceased. -
ONE OTHER TRACT. contaiiid Fifty (50)
acres, more or less, bounded by lands ef Jdsn Cole
man, M. W. Clary,'George Long and B. J. L.. PetL
Tsarns-A credit of twofre months, with- boudd
and at least two good surctie.s, except cest which
will be required in cash.
Oct.27,A.8SIMKINS, c su.as
Oc.27 te 4
State or Sousth Unrolina,.
IN O RD INA RY.
Susan Stalnaker and}
T. E. Martain, Guar., ad litem, Def'ta.
B)Y an order from the Ordinary of Edgefleid
LIDistriet, I,-hall proceed to- soil at Edge~old
C. H., on the first Monday ina Dcember next, for
partition, the Real Estate of Samuel Stalnaker,
dec'4d., a Tract or Parcel of Land lying and beluag
in the District and State aforesaid, containing one
hundred and forty-three (143) acres, snbre or less
and bounded by lands of S. .B. Sti-om, Tandy
Buckhalter and Tr. heigler. -.
Terms-On a credit of twelve months from th,
day of sale.' Purchaser to give Bond with good
personal security and a Mortgage to the Ordinarf
to secure the purchase money. Cats to be paid
In cash, and to pay for Titles extra.
J.A8. E[DSON, S. E. D. .
Nov. 3 5St 43
State or South CarolInagj
Richard Berry, Applicant,
Edney iosely, John Delaughter and
wife, Julia, and others, Def'ts.J
BYan order..from the Ordinary of Edgellell
Disrict,-I shall proced to sell at Edgefield
Co'urt Houqe, on 'the first Monday in Decembbe
next, for P . 'tion, the Real Estate of Jane Ber,
deceased, a tract or parcel of land, lying and being
in the Distr:ct and State aforesaid, containing os
hundred and fify (It0) acres, more or less, ap
bounded by lands of Ransom Timmerman, Jesse
Tinimerman and others.
Tsi'usa-On a credit of twe'vomn'onthe. Pareba.
seas ti,'give bond with good persoalseitisdn
a 14teggto the Ordinar to aeeure the purqhase
money. Coat to:bq psid caqdt pyfrhi
SNov. 2, 1858. St 48
LL persons Indebted to the eiitste of DanI 1
Boone, dec'd.,are requestedtomatkeinmmed.
ite payment, and all proshvn ead
against the same are hereby notified toprsn
hem properly attested. - thmn
L. P. BOONE,,
PETER OUZT. [AdDS'ee.
RDAGS, RAGS2-aTHREE CENTSper Eb.
Uin Cash wlll be paid for all Clea nenatid
~otton Bags, delivered at the Bath bpb nai
3athu, S. C., qr at any Depoton the'S..0. Ralet
Thie attention of Store-keepers 'andhIlma1
GEO. W. WPSTER, Aet
Atnanatt' Ga-, Mao9 am