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DImn at EdgefieldVillage.on the 6th J
a-. PIERRE FABIAN LA BORDE, aged fifty
and six months.
He died on the very spot where he was
at the period of his death, was, with but as'
ception, the oldest native resident of the plae.
cated in the South Carolina College, and do
himself to the cause of Letters, with none of
of family or professional pursuit to divide hij
tion, very few in the enlightened community>
he lived, could boost a more general aquisition&.
read was the highest pleasure of his life; It
him aseoure retreat from the cares and troub
the world. - He loved learning for its own
brought its own rich reward. There was no
no ostentatious display, and few, therefore, kn
wealth of his well-stored mind. Alone in his...
ded retreat, communing with the mighty deadI
but those who have had a similar experience can
any conception of the pleasures which he enjoyed,
the Ills which he escaped. In his moral
he was most exemplary. He was conspicuous for.
many rare virtues which he exemplified throug
and a whole community will bear witness to his.
name and unsullied reputation. ils illness wai
tracted, and-as in life he loved privacyand sel.
so on his death-bed, he desired to be left to the
munion of his own thoughts and of that Greate,
whom he worshipped. The writer of this feele
bute had the privilege of being with him for.
days and nights, and heard, unasked, from his
the following language: "I know that Christ is
in all His fullness and completeness; that His ml
to earth was to save lost and sinful man; that a
religion cannot be one of works, but must be off
and on this doctrine I rest my hope."
He met death with resignation, and may we not
lieve that he now reposes in everlasting peace upe
the bosom of his Father and his God.
DanD.-At his father's, on the 31st of Jan
JOHNNIE STALLSWORTH, infant son of Mary
and Nathaniel Henderson, after an illness of a
days, aged one year and one month.
Our Johnnie was a darling child,
For Heaven kindly on him smiled;
And now he is a saint above,
Praising with joy the God of love.
No more tears will be ever shed,
But blessings sweet rest on his head;
His mission soon was finished here
And he has fled from earthly care. B.
DuE, of consumption, on the 16th day of Jana
at the residence of his nephew, B.F. Mays, NATHAN
IEL MAYS, in the 59th year of his age.
- He was conscious of his approaching end, and
ed perfectly resigned, saying that he hped to meet
smiling God in the better world to *which he
going. He expressed deep penitence that he h
been so great a sinner, and lived so long in the a
leet of his duty, and said if he had his time to go or
again, he would try to live more to the honor
glory of his Creator.
God grant that those who knew him, may heed h
dying testimony to the value of religion.
HAMBURG, Feb. 21, 1859.
Corow.-Tho market here the past week has been
more buoyant, and prices formerly quoted are fully
sustained. The prices now quoted are as formerly, 8
to 11 etm. per lb., according to quality-the former
not much in demand.
There has been a slight increase in receipts-but
still are very light.
AUGUSTA, Feb. 19.
Conox.-The sales to-day foot up about 400 bales,
as follows: 9 bales at 7 cts; 12 at 81; 14 at 81; 41 at 9
18 at 91; 7 at 10; 38 at l0k; 6 at 101; 27 at 101; 191
quiet to-day, and very little good clean cotton offered
for sale. The receipts to-day were 584 bales.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 18.
Corrox.-There was .qiite an active demand
this article to-day, which resulted In the sale of f
3J00 bales. The advantage was decidedly in fav
of sellers, both as regards quality and prices. A f
je. advance is reported.
NEW YORE, F'b.19~.
The Cotton 'market to-day was fist, with sales
1,100 bales. Flour was lirm, with sales of 11,0~
barrels. Wheat w'as qtuiut, with sale. of 16.0100 buat
elm. Corn heavy; 26.000 bushels sold. Mews Pu
heavy, at $18 50 @ S18 82. Lard firm, at 11j
12& ets. Sugar quiet. 3olsss-Gr'm, a-4.ct,. f
New Orleans. Spirits of Turpentine steady.' Ros
buoyant, at $1 72& @ $1 75. Rice firm.
. QUERY. f
WHlY IS IT THAT ALL SENSIBLE PEOP4
RUSH TO HARRISON-S to buy Goods ?
BECAUSE he always has th'e beat Goods;
BECAUSE he always keeps the best assortment;
BECAUSE he always gives good measure;
BECAUSE a child can buy as cheap as yoy '1
BECAUSE he understands his buaineus.'
BECAUSE people are not over-puaided to b
BES people can Ipa'ait goods end then by
or not, as they plsase, and no grumbling,
BECAUSE he does unto others as he would h e
others de unto him;
BECAUSE goods are warranted to prove as rec -
BECAUSE ho sells cheap for cash;
BECAUSE you can get into his store without el'
BECA USE you can get out again without brd g
BECAUSE he does not sell goods for cost;
BECAUSE if you DO so-r want to buy gordts,
an get posted in prices and styles that'l
thnay you for the treuble of callie
thCAUS be uys Goods for cash, and'sells at I
figures for the rhi wd.'smlp
-AND BECAUSE be is satis poi
and quick sales." C ('ile
g" A full stock of GROCER, G~ ACRDNEEDS,
ERLY FRUITS, STATIOE'GRDNSED,
cnow in store, irhich 5ygomgi at low prices for
AH. WAT-. HA RRISON, Ahent.
Anothy Njo. 1 Beef.
?iY51RNNG the 23rd insti
' IwEDNl 17another oneO of those chaoic
Ieve wic hauk the prize Beef, is really fie
Beeintie, whoul to feast on beef that is.at
tender aflhiave at the same time, three Lambs,
of a suW. W. 000DMAN.
F 3,1859 1t
7resh Garden Seed.
lUST received a fresh lot of Garden Seed, which
- makes mny stock near COMPLETE.
W. 11. HARRISON, Ag't.
Feb. 23, tf 7
Surveyor General's Office.
Coluniibi, February 14th, 1859.
DEBPUTY SURVIl50R.S throushout the State,
LIwill bear in mind that the term of their Del'
utatlons eXP' te on the 18th February, Inst. A fiei
which date. ne Survey made by them will b . legai
until their Bonds and D~eputationls are renewed
uodeor 'he new Surveyor Go; oral.
Blank Bonds will be furnished upon appi.-atom
to Win R. lunt, surveyor General elect
- . S. al. BOI KIN, Surveyor Gon'l.
Feb. 23, 1859 1t*
Preparatory IYIe d iec al Class
J. cF.Gat0R E.E-A A . c010 .
H Y ING the nucleus of a Class in their OfIe
purpose to give a ,series of PR ACTICA I
LECTUR ES, commeneing oin the first Mondlay i
April. and ending with the last week in July
With a convenient l.ecture Rowen, and ~npe'e mean
of I1lstration. Studentst will be received eithe
for this Course, or for the scol Term of Stud;
The exemptiutn of Columbia fromo epiademnit reni
.ers it a desirable resort, and agree1t-le laces L
ltoarding will be secured for those who apply Irot
Tickets for the Course..........--- . $ --- 25.0
Fee for Office Pupirls, including above,... 100,0
Drs. GASTON & TALLEY i.i visit Melics
anid Surgical cases at any p:.int, where the service
of' either may be de~ired, and are prepared to at
comamodate Patients who cmne from abroad wit
comn ortble quarte'r'.
g.g OFnics on Plain str.oat, next to R ADcIFF
& Guwaraav'it .ewelry Store. ,
Feb. 2:J, 18.59 3St
PRINCE ALBER'g is in Town for ti
Ladies' Worsted Dress Goods,
SHAWLS AND .CLOAES.
T HE Subscriber, being desirous of closing out
his Stock-of the above Opods to make room
for his Spring Stock, will sell them at
COST FOR CASH.
They are all of the latest styles and very desi
rable. E. PENN, Agt.
Feb16 tf 6
PELLETIER & CO.,
Ea ~b -r g, S . Ca.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
PURE WHITE LEAD,
S. C. SODA,
COD LIVER 011.,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c., &c.
All of which are for sale on the most reasonable
terms. We solicit a call.
PELLETIER & CO., Druggists.
Hamburg, Feb 15 2m 6
JOY TO THE WORLD I
SHALL E N BERG E R'.S
Fever and Ague Antidote !
T[IE G R E A T E 8 T DISCOVERY IN THE
WORLD for Curing Fever and Ague, Chills and
Fever. Never known to fail. For sale by
PELLETIfR & CO., Duggists.
Hamburg, Feb 16 2m 6
T UE Exercises of this Academy weie resumed
on the 1st inst., under the management of
The Scholastie year will be divided into two
S. ssions of five months each.
Rates of Tuition for the Term of 10 Months.
First Class--Spelling, Reading and Wri
tingg, . -160
Second Class-Arithmetic, English Gram
mar and Geography, 20;00
Third Class-iliither Mathematics, Latin,
and Natural Philosophy, 25,00
The above A cademy is situated 1j miles East
of the Pane House.
Pend l.t your boys at once. You aball receive
full value for your money. None need enter on
less they in erid to submit to close application and
strict discipline. Bi. F. LOVELACE.
We, the undersigned patrons., take leasure in
recomtmendingt the above School to a liberal share
of public patronage.
U. M,. WEVER,
1. P. U. KIRKSEY,
...... -3L-,.HOLSONBACK, -
Feb d 7- WM. TONEY
C L OTH IN G.
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
R ETURN their thanks to their numerous
friend4 and customers for their liberal patron
age, and beg to assure them that they are now
ONE OF THlE LA4RGEST AND BEST
Ever (olyerod in the City, st price. below last year.
We have in addition the LARGEST Stock of
In the South, all of our own make.
gg We invite our friends in Edgefield and the
adjoning Distriet,, to give our Stock an examina
tin. We are always anxious to exhituit our Goods,'
and are confident that the QU ALITY and PRICES
of our Clothing must give satisfaction.
Augusta, Sept. 22, tf 37
Fall and Winter Styles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
'17holesalo a n ca 1steta11.
CEO. W. FERRY, Augusta, Ga., is
.now prepared to greet his customers with
a new and extensive assortment of
Gents. Fall style Moleskin and Cassimere HATS,
" " " French and A mner. felt do
" " " Cloth, Silk Velvet, Plush and
Glazed Silk CAP3;
Youths and Boys HATS and CAPS, all kinds;
Children's Fancy do do elegant styles;
Velvet, Silk, Chineal,Straw and Lace BONNETS
Silk,8ecotch Ging. and Paragon UMBRELL AS;
Meni's and Boys Wool H ATS, every variety of
style and quality ;
These Goods are direct, from Manufacturers,
made expressly for this market, and will be sold
as low as same quality of Goods can be sold any.
where. Call and see.
GEO. W. FERRY,
Unzder Masonic Hall, Broad Street,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 88
T HE Sulbscriber tectfullly informs his friends
and the trav'elling~ pubi c. thatt. ILe is pt epared
ta entertain transient Botarders on tcasonable terms.
Being only ant A..et he cannot slbrd to entertain
any without char;,ing them the muoderate price of
$1,25 per night for mant andi horse.
W. C. IIALL, Agt
Fe.b14, 1859. tf 6
STATE OF SOUTHI CARtOLINA,
EDGEFI ELD DISTRICT,
B Y W. F. DUISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, 1carborodght Broadwvater hath applied to
me for Letter. of adm~inistrattion, de &onis tnon, with
the will annexed, on all and singular the goods and
chttles. rights and credits of Juhnt Bailey. lateof the
Ditrict a foresaid, deceased.
*1These are, thefreie, te cite and adauor,ish all and
singtlar, the kindred and credlitrs of the said de
eased, to be and appear lbefore in,-, at our next Orda
iary's Court foar t,, said District, to be holden at
Sagefield Court Housie, on the 4th, day of March
net. aoshow cause, if any, why the said admuinistra
tin should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 14th day of
February, ini the year of our Lordaone thousand eight
hundred and fifty niune, and ins the eighty-third year
of Americana Independence.DU SOos.
Feb. 16, 1859 2t 6
OTICE--AI persons having claims against
Nthe Estate of ,James S. Coleman, dee'd., are
hereby notified to render them in by the 1st Mareh
1859-othe-rwtis their note and accounts will posi.
tively be debarred. And those indebted to said
Estate mOst pa up the 10th February nexl,. or
they will most asaitredly be comnpellted to pay costs.
*BENNET PE~RRY, Adm'or'
*..,..eo 9m* 22
NEW ATLAS! NEW ATLAS!
COLTON CELFBRATED WORKS,
ti Subscriber Is now in Edgefield District
and will, for a limited time, af'ord the peo
an opportunity of procuring .copies of 0L
N'S SUPERIOR WORKS, as follows:
-Colton's Atlas of the World,
Contabnong ahout 180 Maps and Plans, on 110
arge Imperial Folio sheets, representing all the
tates and Countries of America, Europe, Asia
ca and Oceanica. The Maps of these two
tme, drawn and engraved by ar:ists excelling
their respective departments, are the most com
,.the most reliable, and the most beautifql in
world. They exhibit,.besides the usuil geo
hical and topographical information forming
r ground-work,. true representations of all
rks'of Public Improvements, contemplated or
nished, such as Linesof Railroads, Canals, Plank
rand other means of inter-communication -
Public Surveys made under the authority of
ie and American Governments; and a
mass of other pertinent information, valua
..to al who are interested in the development of
e countries delineated. ALSO,
Colton's Cabinet Atlas.
I will go through dif'erent parts of the
trict, and respectfully ask that share of favor,
ich the above mentioned works are well known
merit. J. W. DEMMON.
OP-While in this Village, I may be found at the
Feb 23 1t* 7
SPRING FIELD ACADEMY.
SCHOOL will be opened at the Spring Field
Academy on the 21st inst, situated in the
nity of Mount Tabor Church, under the super
dance of Miss S. S. DELOACHE.
She comes to us highly ricommended as I
her and companion for any young Ladies or
dren entrusted to her care.
Vho Scholastic year will consist of ten month,
Ujich will be divided into two Sessions of fire
onths each. Pupils can enter at any time, but
desirable for both Pupil and Teacher, that they
at the beginning of the year.
RATE OF TUITION.
Spelling, Reading and Writing.......16,00
Geogiraphly, Mental Arithmetic, Read.
Ing, Writing, &c....................20,00
. English Grammar, Geonraphy, Histo
ry, Practical Arithmetic, 6c.. .25,00
Philosophy, Ancient History, Algo.
bra, c............... ........30,00
.8.-The above Academy las been recently
in this neighborhood, and any one wishing
onize us can obtain board on reasonable
.convenient to the Academy. Any one send
#their children to our School, will undoubtedly
it to their advantage, as we are determined to
a good School.
VA. J. 8MYLY,
.. M. COGB URN,
-'A" J. A. BLAND,
M. B. WEVER. '
b.23,1859 tf 7
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
THA COUCH, Adm'or, of William 'atcher
eceased. Applicant, vs. The creditors gener
f the said deceased:
pearing to my satisfaction that the assets of
d are insufficient to pay off his debts
i. It is ordered and decreed that all and
~l~ar, the creditors of the said William Satcher.
d do present their cia ma against the said
Wiia Satchor, deceased, h efore mec, properly
y ~s, on or biefore the twenty-third day of May
aed that they do appear in the Court of Or
dl y on said twenty-third day of May next, to
revethieir proportion of the avets of said dhe
cdand failing to do so, they will be precluded
'. eni under my hand and seal, this twenty
seia day of February, A D., oneo thousand
di undred andi fity-nine.
-. . W. F. DURISOE, o.x n. [r.. a ]
'i,0ffiee, Feb. 22, 18.49 3m 7
, irtue. e to sell 'at Edge
eld ourt Hojise, on the first Monday and Tues
dai March next,, the following pre-perty, in
t'lltAng cases, vir.:
-~ HMcTyre vs. .John Holley ; Ram'o and
wwesed others vs. T[he same, Three Mu'ents.
41he State vs. Alfred Hatchir, One Negro girl
' theanme of Mtary.
J, M. Newby .v Co., vs. M. A. Crafton, Ex'a.,
d.ueNegro woman by the nanme of Grace.
' Tiyer, Dewing & Co., vs. S. S. Boyce ; B. C.
Bryn and othber Plaintiffs severally vs. The same,
the idlnwing INegro Slaves, viz: Elbert, McDuffie,
Edmund, Clarisa and her three children, Ann,
Patrick and Lucius.
'Terms of sale, Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, a u.D.
FeEi 19, 2te . 7
E'HESTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
/ EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
BYW. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
*Whereas, Win. B. Padgetu, hath applied to me foir
.tieSN of Administration, on all and eingulatr lihe
toed.'and chattles, rights and credits of Elredge
?adgert, late of the D~istrict afuresaid, deceased.
Thenssare, therefore, to cite and admcmniuh all and
sigular' the kindred and creditors of the said deceae
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
Court. House, on the 4tt day of 3March next, to
slow cause, if any, wvhy the said administration should
not he granted.
Givm' under my hand and seal, this 15th day of
Febrary in~the year of our Lord one thousand eight
j!~J~~fs~nine, 1nsd in the eighty-third year
cnndependence . F. DUJRISO E, o.K n.
l. 15. 1859 2?.. 6
ItCHEATHIAM will stand the ensuing
season at Hlarman Gallman's, and Edgefield
House, at thirty dollars the season, with
privilege of sending any other season until a
xe proves in foal.
ICK CHEATI A M is a beautiful black colt,
f r years old in 1blay unext, full fifteen hands
ree-inchies high, and.wecighs about eleven hun
and fifty pounds. lie was a good race horse.
Oelwasaired by imported Albion, his dam was by
ported Leviathan, grand dam by Paculet, great
nd dam by Top Gallant, great, great grand
by Lamplighiter, &cc...
The Albioris hare run 20 races this winter and
-n 16, beating the cracks of Kentucky at Mem
-isTenneusee;' the cracks of Virginia at Charles
-.,S. ).. and the cracks of Alabama at Mont
mery, Mobile atnd Columbu<.
THOMAiS G. BACON.
January 19, 1859 t
IOTICE,--AII persons having any demands
agSant the Estate of Levi Newby, dec'4.,
o requeted to, ha-nd them j',, pro..erly atteited,
'or'bbre Thursday the 16th day of May, as
tend makting a final settiemenit of aid Estate lai
Ordinary's 0111ce, at Edgefid C. ii., on that
n.AllAhose indebted to said Estatc are eZx
l!eted til pay the samte forthii Ah.r
JOaN F. EiDMONDS, d'r
TR&BDERRIES preserved in their own juce,
chare as fresh and delicious~ as whenh just
P j iisir'o the vine. If youi wish a plate of
whbrries un-l Cream, or a Stuwberry Pie, scun
- l1RISON'S, where may be found many
+ adlies anid Necessaries of Life, and all
~.I! low figures for cash.
- W. Ii. JIARIRISON, Agt.
-Febj tf -5
1ii ,ESH PERUITS.
-ive4~ freshl 'and flue APPLES, OR
hi S, , wineaii.l SweetCR ACKERS,
W. Ir. HARRISON, Ant,.
a d thfs'ehrary next, Monday
adWinesday of cacth week will be
(orawig lEu'nber at my Steain Mills;
tiray, F 'day andi Saturday for the griod
s .- Orai. utntil further notice.g.T IS
- OTTON IIAOs WANTED, foi
- cah wllhbe paid by
- 8. E. BOWERlS, Agt
GO NO LO
R ICH English Velvet Carpeting, E
English Wire Brtasels, 8
English Tapestry Brihsels H
The above Goodae selected expressly for thi
OR Halls, Entries Rooms, &c. We have 1
Floor Oil Cloths2, 18 and 24 feet wide,
and at as lowa price'a the same quality of Go
Also-4-4, 6.4 and or Oil Cloths-good (
W E have now on hand and just received, a
W plain, gold bdider basket centre, gold bc
any quantity, plain panel bordered Shades, an
offering to our customerk and the public genei
from $2 to $12 per pair, all trimmings included
F OR Church Aislei, Entries, Stairs, &c. W<
lizs Venetians, seldom found in any Southi
and we can afford to 4ell them at the fair marke
30 inch and 35 inch Round Rods,
30 inch x 1 inch oval,
30 " x 1 " hollbw,
30 " x 1i and.1 and 1I hollow,
3G and 40 inch x I and ii inch hollow.
Orders filled pro' tly for the above Goods,
6su bGGET , "all Worsted," suitab
" ' suitable for Carpets or Crumb Cloths.
per running yard.
'COCOA & CAN
83 4-4, 54, and G-4, Cocoa, Mattings, suit
"-89 public thoropghfares, &c., &c. 3.4, 4
checked, chene, striped, &c., offered'at prices to
John Cressly & Sons' double sided Mosaic Ru
rabbits, and the American eagle, &c.; Velvet Rt
INSIDE AND OUT
The Irish Cocoa Mat, imported lirect; Scot
Tufte, Choir,. Grass, ind Sheepskin Mats.
All of the above g.ods we on'er at tho loume
Oil Cloths cut'andlaid, by competent men, thor
Those in want of the above goods are respectful
AWCountry orders promi tly attended to.
New Carpet Store-205 Broad
Augusta, Ga., Feb., 1859.
State of Southo Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, ,
Wi. T. tlatis and iife, }
James M. larrison, Guardian ad li- -Par.
tern of Jas. and Sarah Ilamilton,.
BY an order from,the Ordinary m' Relgefieild
E.Distries, I,-.hallI proceed to seil at Ee-Ge'd
Co'urt -House, on Tues'day tho 8th day Mwarch
next, fer Partition, a TRACT OF' LAND of the
Estate of Lemnel Hiamilton. dec'd , situated in
said I istrict, on the waters of Rocky Creek, wa
ters of Savapnah River, bounding on lands of Jas.
M. Harrison; L. 0. Holloway, 0. C. Laaon and
others, containing two hundred and seventy-five
(276) acres, more or .
Tuxxa-.On u. cre.jztI the .ht October,
nal securities, and a MJ rtgage to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase money. Costa to be paid in
cash, and to pay for titles extra.
SJSEDSO, 5 E.D
State of South Carolina,
IN? ORDINAR Y.
Jacob Timtrerman, Onardian, For Par.
ad litem of Frankin Tim.
merman and otherl, minOrs. J
BY an order from 11. F. Durisoc, Esq., Ordina
Lry of Edgedeld 3istrict, I will proceed to
sell at Edgefield C. H, on Tuesday, the 8th day of
March next, for Partijon, a part of the tract of
land of the Es'ate of e.hn Timimermrn, deceased,
situated in said L)istrit, on tih, waters of Turkey
Creek, waters of Savanah River, bounding on
lands of John McMans, David Harling, Anthony
Ouzts and others, cotaining fifty (.50) acres
more or less.
Tsn31 OF SLE -Olia credit until the first slev
of October next, Pureaser to give bonud and gooid
securities and a mnortage of the premaises to the
Ordinary, to secure thepmurchase money. Cost to
be paid in cash, and ab to pay for Titles extra
AMES E[DnON a a .
February 1850. 8te 6
B y Virtue of sundr: Writs of Ficri Faciss to
mec directed, I w proceed to sell at Edge
field C. 1I., on thle fir, Monday and Tuesday in
Mtarch next, the. folking property in the fol
lowinu cases, viz:
P. D. Thurmondi v William King and wife
Frances King, 0,.c trt of land containing six
hundred ncres, more less. sdjining lande ot
Wyett Holmes, P. D. urmond and others. Also,
one negro girl by theime of Sally.
WV. W. Havird, for other, vs. Winfiekl Havird,
A Tract of Land cosising one hundred and
twenty acres, more less, adjoining lands of
Jacob McCarty, Thorn Coleman and others.
John Coleman, for I use of P. J. Coleman, vs
Edward B. Coleman, innistrator of the Estate
of Hugh Duffy. dec'dL Tract of Land contain.
ing Two hundred act, more or less, adjoining
lands of Mark Black, esley Perry, John Cole
man and others, and nre Hugh Dufly, dec'd.,
lived at the time of hieath.
Matilda Dobey, Adk,, vs J. R. Wever and I
others ; F. M. Nicholhud others vs John R. We
ver, A tract of land taining Ten acre., more
or less. adjoining landr James 8wearengin, sr. I
0. M. WVdver, S. McDdV and othert ,,
John B. Griflis a others vs Scarborough
Broadlwater, A tract -land contalning three
hundred and sixty act more or less, adjoining
lantds of Joseph tr, :Thomas Garrett and.
W. W. Adcams and i s Edward T. Davis,:
A Tract of Land con i~;'ghteen acres, more1
or less, adjoining lS Shnttel Drooks, Lewla~
Jones and others.
Feb 14,1859. No 0*
State of S Is Cnrolina,
Thomas R. Rhodes, Ar., Applicant, ce
Win. N. Raines and 1Rfebccen, and. P
Jesse K. Arringtoa tife, lef'ts. j fih
T Tappearing tomy sa onthat'Win N. Rai,~nesT
Iand his wife Reb d Jesse K. Arrang- "'
ton and his wife, -twoe -JDefendants irt this
ease reside beyond the of this State: It is of
therefore ordered that $o appear and object
to the division or sale Real Bstate of k.liza -
beth Walling. dee'd.,- ~fore the 14th May
nxor their consent t sae will be en'ered
Ordnar'sOfico,_ 9 3m 6
New Goodsff a New Year, ~
EPENNV Ag't replenished his Stock d
.E'.with a new ad -Sieply or Dy Goods,
Hardwaref Groeerles,8S~ many other deal- -
rabbe Goods, snitedi son. isi Stoeq is
now complete and read a trade fur th':r1
yaand will be found any in the ,e .
The publie are es 1IniteId tocl o ad' no
get good bargains. Alilt epopl w
carefully executed. b rmtyaq
. Jn.2 3 1
'ET ST ORE.,
T 1 f 6.1
) AND IN STORE.
iglish and American Three-Plys,
otch Ingrain Carpeting,
ip Carpeting, half wool and cotton Carting,
a market, and are offereat the lowest market prices.
iow in store a select stock of thoroughly seasoned
which we will cut to fit entries, halls, rooms, &c.,
ods can be purchased for, North or South.
kiods, at the low price of 621 cents per square yard.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
everal invoices of the above Goods, in gold border
rder flowers, and gold border plains, Landscapes
i buff Holland Shades. The above Goods we are
ally at really low cash prices. Our prices range
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROITHER,
205 Broad Street, next to the Bank of Augusta.
are offering to the public an assortment of Eng
!rn market: they are imported direct by ourselves,
' JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
36 and 40 inch x I, 11, 11 and 11 inch fluted
Stair Rods, brass,
30, 36 and 40 inch x 11 and 13 inch silier
plated Stair Rods.
JAS. G. DAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
e for Crumb Cloths. 12-4 Druggets, all wool,
6.4 Druggets, &c., all wool, at 50 eta. and 62J ets.
JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
able for offices, counting houses, hotel entries, and
4, 54, and 6-4 Canton Mattings, in white, red,
suit the wants of all.
gas, in dogs, peafowls, lion, sporting scene, fox and
iss, Tufted Rugs; Tapestry Rugs, etc.
SIDE -DOOR MATS.
:h Cocoa Mats; American Cocoa Mats, Manilla,
t market prices. Carpets made, fitted, and laid.
ughly acquainted with the business.
ly requested to give us a look before purchasing.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
St., Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
WITI the view of making a change in our
business, we will, from this date, sell our
E STIR' S TOCK of DESIRABLE MERCHAN
bWSE at PRI'iE COST for CAiSH,
BUlT FOR CASU ONLY :
Anxious to close out the Stock at once, we invite
all who want Goods CHIE AP F'OR CASI to give
us a call.
All persons indebted to the Firm, or to W. P.
Butler, individually, are earnestly requested to
make payment. Ibeith,.r time nor inclination will
allow us to delay settlements, and we earnestly
ask the co-operation of all interested.
BLAND &n BUTLER.
Jan 12 tf 1
'DY Virtue of an order from-W!. F. Durisee, Or
I)dinary, we will sell to the highest bidder, on
WED':A ESDAY, the 2nd of March next, at the
_late residence of Theophiu d.c&.
Eight head of IIorses, Mules, Stock of COWS and
Ilogs, Corn, Fodder, teacon, One Waigon, One Ox
Cart, One Carriag.., One Buggy, Plantation Tool,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, being balance
of the personalty of said deceased, not previously
Purchasers will be requIred to give Bonds, psy
able 1st January 1860, amply secured, bearing in
terest from day of sale.
11 0. l1ILL. Ex ors
Feb16 2t, 6
O~N the first Mlonday in March next, I will se'l
.Jat publ ic Sale, at Edgefleld Court House, to
the highest bidder, two Negro Slaves, to wit:
A M AND.1, a like-y young woman, about twenty
years old, and FANNY, a valuable womatn about
thirty-fly. years old .Said slaves are b-.th very
valuable, and will be sohd under a Mortgage, which
has been assigned to me. executed by Lewis Covar,
on the 27th December 185e.
C. DRUCE WA LKER,
Per E. SCIDLrEs, Agent.
Feb.9 4t 5
Ridge Land for Sale.
H2II Subscriber desirus of changing his place
Iof residence, off'ers for sale his
VALUJABLE COTTON PLANTATION
Consisting of FIV E H UNDR HD A CR ES, and
lying immediately on the Columbia and Edgefield
On the premises are a fine one story House, with
basement, and all necessary out buildings,-all
new. A lso, an excell.-nt well of water, a very su
perior Orchard and Vineyard, consisting of a great
variety of fruits, a fIne Garden, shrubbery, &c.
Plantation in fine repair,-every field having a
iew well painted gate. Plantation advantageously
aatered, &c., &c.
CLIN TON WAR D.
Nov. 24, 1858 tf 46
LL AN SINGLARthe Crtditors of the
lateR. . HARRSONare hereby notified
hat they are required to present their claims duly
.ttested. to the Underaigned, on or before the 15ti "
lay of May next, and all those indebted to the
aid R. P. Harrison's estate', are requested to make "
ayment to the Undersigned by the time above "
pecified-as a settlement of said lRatste must be
made soon. CH AS. M. WREEtIfAN, as~
Assignee of R. P. Ham rison. lu
Feb 8, 1850. 8m 5
(AAA JU D iWRiA 0001) JRELBD PERACilBs
.IUU for which thte high~est maifket price will -
a given to be paid in goods, .
We have now in etore and are daily receiving a
hieh will buniKd very chmeitp fo the~ L~rady kino,0
nm~' to Nuw Market and bay yodr yeiarly sup
ies ere it be too late.
We hate also anf aasdrtment of D. Landreths
lebrated fe. h and genuine
'ice Oj cts. per paper. Also a large lot of those -
10 Northern raised yellow pink eyed IRISH P0.
ATOE4. Come soon and get some to plant for r
rly t able use, and to have a few fine early Po
oos to send the Editor a mess earlIer than any -
APPLETON & R. M. PERRYMAN.
Now Market, 8. C., Feb. 2, 4t 4 1
p PENN, Ag't., has just rece'ived a large and P'
1. very desirable Stock or HIA RD WA RIC, em- In 3
icing a general assortment of Carpenter's Tool.
I F~armieg Utensils, Hoes. Axes, Shovels and
ides. is. assortment of Iloes will be fund very
Ian. 28 tf 3qu
CHOICE NEW BACON AND LARD.
'H E SubscrIber has just receIved a lot of well.
cured country BACON, which Is fine and
Lise, a small supply of A No 1 L ARD.
Wb.16I..AR~ISON, Agt. etin~
W. W. SALE,
- Por 0xer3L. -
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. . NICHOLAS,
o'r Tam Collector,
C. A. HORN,
J. P. ABNEY.
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
T HE Undersigned having formed a partnershIp'
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. Owaxs is at Barnwell C.
fl-that of Mr. Smni.s at Kdgefleld, S. C.
..W. A. OWENS.
Feb. 1, tf 4
'T DE Undersigned have this day formed a Part
n'rship for the Practice of LAW and EQUI
TY, under the name and style of LANDaUM &
MR. MOORE will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all business
left in our hands fur that District.
0. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Elgefleld C. IT., .lan 13 tf 2
II. J. READY,
Attornieoy at saMw,
W ILL give close attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
Office, in the rear of the Court House.
Edgetleld, S. C., Jan 12, rm* 1
.Attcrnoey at Isaw
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
Office in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefield C. H1., S. C., Dee. 22, 1858.
S. B. GRIFFIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EqUITY,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. Office No. 2, Law Range.
Edgefield C. U., D1ec 8,18658. tf 48
ATTOR22W~ AT ZaA.W,
Will attend properly to all business entrusted to a
ITOffice, over -B. C. Bryan's Store.
Edgefield, S. (1., Dec. 1 . ly 47
. C. BU T LE R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
. EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
May 16 tf 26
DR. H. PARKER,
IT S remoid E~ e~~n~oai khi
I.pied by (I. D. TIr.LxAJ, Esq,1iwhere tzgwfi
be pleased to r~ee his-friends and acquaintances.1
AU me,-k entrusted to him in the DENTISTRY
line will receive hisa promphlt attention, which heI
warrants .to be done in the most durable and scien
tific manner. --
ITTh.so indlebted to him. would confer an es
pecial favor by settling up.
Jan 19 tf 2
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
WILL attend at the timets and places herein-h
.after mentioned, to collect tlie State and District
rax fo'r the year commencing the first day or Octo- 8
ser, 1858. .h
A t Edgefield, C. TI., Monday, 7th February. I<
" D~r. J. C..Rcady'., Tuesday, 8th " n
"Dr. John Mobley's, Wednesday 9th"
"Mrs. Norris's, Thursday, 10th " ft
" Geo. Aeldy's, Same eveniug 3 o'clock.
*' Mrs. Rhinehart's, Friday, 1Ih "i
" Mltckler'sa, Nlondny, 141, "
" Havard's, Tuesday, 15th "
"Perry's, Wednesday l6;h "
Smith's Store, . Thsursday, 17th "i
" Nickerson's, Friday, l8th -i
" Richardson's, Sa'urd sy, 19th "
" Burnett's. NMnday, 21st ia
" Cooperaville, Tuesday, 22nd "~
Rountree's Store, Wednesday 23rd "i P
' Shutterfield, Thursday, '24th "
'Liberty lll, . Friday, 25th " 8
Wh-te Ho~use, Sa'urday, 21th "'
' Rooky Pondsa, Monday, 28th "
'Mrs. Mliddleton'e, Same evening, 3 o'cl"dk. -
'A. Mtorgan's, Tuesday, 1st March.
'Wightman's, S. HT. Same evening, 3 o'clock. U
Collier's,. Wednesday 2nd March.
Red ilil, Same evening, 2 o'clock. 1
Howard's, Thursdaiy, 3rd March. h
Cheatham,'s Store, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Strom's Store, Friday, 4th March.
Pleasant Lane, Saturdaty, 5th " Al
Edgefield C. HI. Monday, 7th " Ci
Pine House, Tuesday, 15th "' co
Cherokee Ponds, Wed'adaiy 16th "i
Hamburg, 'Thursday, 1ith "
Beech I-land, Friday, lsth " b
Graniteville, Saturday, 19th "
Uistcher's, Moneday, 21st "i ne
Plunkett's, Same evening. 3 o'clock. tr
Lybrand's, Tuesday, 2.-ud March. h
Ridge, Wed'sday 23rd " H
Mrs. Allen., . Thiursday, 24th "
J. S.8myly's, Friday, 25th ''
Dora'. Mill., Same evening. 3 o'clock.
ti7 The reglstration of births, deaths, and marri
es, still required-time from the first of Jsnuary
8, to the first of January 1859. '
g-" Fr:-e persons of o0-dor must make tht..lr re-nu
's it, Mareh, ur they are sub.jet't in 4oti16l, Tax,
Til Ul1'LL~ I1;OKN, T a r..
iniary 0, 1i9 (4
lM. PENN has on hand a full assortment *'!*C
e of Garden SEED, which he warrants pure, 'ma
h and genuine. . . F
n-n29 tf 8 -
im now receiving a rarge supply of MA CK- Icy's
tEL L, No 3, in i bils.,.'and No 1 and No2
:ltta, &c. * of2 H_
soa oodsuply ofthe Pink Eye Plan'ing
'ATOES. They are Fresh and very prolific
ield- S. Mfr BOWERS, Agent. Al1
smburg, Fob. 2,- tf 4 11
[NE DAIRY CIEEESRI-Just reeived long
a fresh lot of DAIRY CHEESE, of superior do nc
Ity. E. PENN, Agt. upon
,v 8 tf 48 is auf
Irish Potatoes Ha*
FoP Eating and Planting- N
PENN, Ag't., has just received a large sa TU
. ply of the best variety f..r ilanting ape tn
.A mong which is the Prince A:bcrt brann- -
E take this opportunity of informing our
.PATRONS and PFIENDS That we have
bought out the interest of Messrs. SIBLEY &
USHER, of this Town, and have removed to the
Store formerly occupied by them. - -
We return our sincere thanks to 6i4 Planters -
generally for the l.beralpatronage always bestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to cbatinne to ierit
the same. . ,,::. . :
When we shall have the pleasure fof greeting
our old Friends and Patrons at our ne location,
they will find us fully supplied withithe following
Superior Java, Laguyra and.Rio 00FIEES;
Stuart's A. 1 0 Powdered'& CrushedS11GARS;
Orleans and Wes4 India MOLASSES;
Enghs iDairy CHEESE;
No. 1, 2, 8, Kits and Barrels, MfACKEREL;
Heavy aOnny BAGGING;
Bale ROPE and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;,
OSNABURGS, STRIPES,. SHIRTI0S,
BLANKLTS and PLAINS;
Negro HATS, BR OGANS and-BOOTS.;
Oils, Turpentine, Glass and Whitelead;.'-.
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and 8p -
Every description of IRON and STEL, &c.
We have made arrangements whh the'most eel
)brated Distillers on the Continent to 'supply s
be BEST and MOST CHOICE .:
-BRANDS OF LIQUORO,.
l'hat can uced. Our future aim and in.
antions will b, keep unimpaired oui.long es
ablished reputatre por keeping the FINEST and
nost PURE LIQU 4ver offered iti Hmburg.
)ur large number of iers for' Wines and
Liquors is sufficient gu tha we keep the
purest ind best articles in this h?.
Our superior facilities for sellhs--Ijp,,-t
Wines and Liquors are unquestionable,, we re
weive them direct from the London Docks.
DI OUR SADDLERY DEPA'EEN'-,.
Will be found a New and Fashionable Stock'of
ite Saddle, warrented for durability and easy
id.ng. Alo; American and FKnalish Housinip,
nggy and WLa'on Harness, Bridles; Curb and
inaille Bits, Whips, &c, &c.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan 6 tf 52
IAMBURG,- S. C.
r HE Subscriber returns his thanks to blifthends
and patrons for'the liberal patronage qxtend
d to him during the past two years, ind hopes to
eceive a continuation of the sane
For the year 1859 ample preparations wil. le
nade to give the best satisfiction to those "who
nay patronise thd House. - -
SERVANTS, orderly and well trained, have
The TABLE will receive the Proprietor's own
Ittention. and shall be supplied with the best the
narket of AugustA affords.
The STABLES will be in the charge of an at
In short, kind friends, I am going to mnake evey
fort to please you.
0. C. CUNNINGEAM.
Hamburg, Dec 21 - - tf -.50
jHIS Hotel having .changed hands, is now
open for the accommodation of Planters and
be Travelling public generally, who may-alwaja
spect to find at myboard the substantials of life
eceptably served.. Also, a comfortabl, bed for
bemuelves, and good attention for their horses.
||TCall and see
1.' N. FISK Prs rebr.
Hamburg, Janu6, 1869. ,y 1
0, A. BOURQUIN kB.WEULU,
FR OM LOCLE, (SWISS,)
ESPECFULLYinforms the Planters ibd the
geerl ht ed hv
mtalGsgtobnon's old stand, .where.h~ hoe
ud on hand WA TCHES, CL~r-RS,58 Jg[CR,
WtSIeCAL BOXES of aji descrip:ions. all of
rhich Is warranted to give good satisfaction fpr
2 mniuths. Prices moderate.
gjirPEpecial attentio'n giveti to the repairing of
iatches, Jewelry, &c. -
llamburg, l he 18 ---.- - Sm. - 49
HIE Subscriber takes this method of rettary
U ng hi.s thaks to his friends for theii- liberal
apportiduring the past year,and respecttdiy infortse
'en' and the public generally that he s~till eintinues
is Famnily Grocery, .
nd will always keep on hand a CONIPLRTRC
TOCK of every thing in the Grocery linetolwhich
a invite, the attention of the trading publie. His
ims are reasonable, as hie is cnnvined -that "4
imbLe Pennay is better thana 4slow Shilling."
Also, on hand a large stock of Boots and~Shoes,
r sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 159 hy - 52.
FIlS NEW & SPLENDiD 110USE ,
for Liquors, Luuachep' and .
efreshaents, is now kept by the*
tdera'igned in a style heretofore unknown in thu
His WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS AND TO.
ACCO are of the meet ch'sice gualities.
Hamburg, feb 9 -3m 6
ALE AND LIVERY STABLE.
'HE Subscriber respectfully informs the etti
.zens of Edgefield and the travelling pubilo,
It he has leased~ the large and commodious
STABLES AND STOCK LOTS,
tached to the House recently kmown as the
rolinia Hotel, and Is now prepared for the ao
hORSES, STOCE, &c.
Elis personal attention will be given to the Sta
a, and persons leaving their flerses In lig careq,
y rest satisfied that they will receive the beet
'tmen~t lHe soli'cits the $ravelling commua '
tire him a trial, as he desires to convinceal
n it will be to their interest to entrust their
rues to hli charge.
)ROVERS can also he accommodagd with the
arranged Lot. for the safe keeping of their
be Subscriber will always keep on handAs
aber of H ORSE.1 and VEIHICLEAi which he
hire ont at reasonahle prices. .Persons wish..
Qfnhvyantte frritn Etthefild almhl' ie hang
to tav their orders wi'.hi the Behscrll:er.
-T. 4. #'IITAEjA,
Li, Ils.ns Iidebieod to' the Stliacriber.
tiida al'ctiditittly lnlted to call en hinfi's
his many kind patrons he returns his thanks;
hiere takes occasion to informn them that be
continues the C-ARRiAQE and WAGON BU
8 in all its biranches, and-warrants aliwork
uted by him to be done in a workmalk
ier. -* STREPBEN 8S14W.
b 9 3t* -
[ST RECEIVED via .Charleso, e
iteamner Isabella, 20 Dozen Dr. Martii orl
rn COUGH MEDICINE For sale it 8 -;
Cornet. R. 12 GENTRT, At.
mburg, Feb 9 . .' t. * .
Pay up or be Sued!i
.LPersona indebted to me by N,-te or. Bodk
Account, are earnestly requested to o
rd and settle up; aid .to those wl, have
seglected to pay up, I wouldsy thati~jy
tisettle upsoonthey may expect to.b ~e
biy a collecting officer, A word .tae ,
nburg, Jan 10 -i .m . a
11RTH CA'ROEINA BAigepW
IT received 1,500 Lbs Cholke North 'Ci~
i BACON, and for sale low by