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NEW SPRING GOODS!
T HE Subscribers are- now receiving their new
SPRING STOCK for 1S59, which they are
VERY LOW FIGURES FOR CASH?
Knowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the best
we intend to conflue ourselves as near as possible
to the Cash basis. We cordially invite all Cash
customers to call and examine our Stock before
Our GOODS has been bought principally for
Cash, and selected with the GREATEST CARE
from first Class Houses in
New York, Baltimore and Charleston.
So give us a call whether you purchase or not.
Our Stock comprises every article usually kept
in a Village Store, consisting in part of Ladies'
DRESS GOODS of every style and quality;
American and English PRINTS;
Scotch Plaid, American and French GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS of every hue and quality;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety;
Ladies' Extension HOOP SKIRTS;
Misses' " " "
To the HOSIERY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they
-- were purchased directly from Importers, and at
very low prices.
TO THlE GENTLEMENT,
We say walk in and examine our Stock of Gen
tlemen and Boys GOODS, which were purchased
expressly for those who wish to buy low for Cash.
We wish to call your' attention to our large and
well selected stocks of CROCKERY, GLASS and
THlE FA MER
We call the attention of the Farmers to our Stock
of AXES, HOES. CHISELS,AUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE CHAINS, &c.
We have on hand Colt's Patent REPEATERS,
with other styles of PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT
TO ONTE AN.D .A1LL.
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well selected stock of SHOES, embracing ev
ery variety of style and quality, which wo war
rant to give satisfaction.
We have a full and complete Stock of GROCE
RIES, consisting in part of
New Crop West India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP;
SUGARS and COFFEE of every quality;
RICE, PEPPER, ALLSPICE, GINGER;
SODA, STARCH. SOAPS of every quality;
SEGARS and TOBACCO of various brands.
AS-Come in and price if you do not wish to
buy, so that you can be well posted as regards
price and quality.
HUDSON & COGBURN.
N. B.-We have a few hundred pounds of fine
Tennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 etu.
to make room for a largo lot of Bacon we are ex
pecting to receive from Tennessee shortly.'
.U. & C.
Mar9 tf 9
T HE subscriber has just opened an entire NEW
STOeK of Goods at his Old Stand, (the Brick
Store,) which he invites all to call anud examine
His stock embraces every variety of
For Ladies' Wear !
Among them will be found Plain Black and Fan
Organdie and Jaconet MUSLINS, new styles and
Byadere Double Skirt and Sile Stripe BE
English and American PRINTS:
BRIILLIANT ES and GING HI AMS:
Plain, Swiss and .Jaconet MUISLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Siummer SHAWLS and MANTILL AS:
Jaconet and Swiss EDGIN'GS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RITBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and G3AITERIS fur Men, Boys.
Ladies and Miss'es.
Bleached and Unbleachbed SUIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS5;
LINENS and MA RSEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGS.
G RO CE R IES,
With every variety usually kept In a Dry Goods
W Please call and examine my Goods and
Prices before trading elsewhere.
Ii. C. BRYAN.
Mar. 20. tf 12
BY Virtue of sundry W~rits of Fieri Purin4 to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edlgefield
Court Hlouse, on the first 'Monday andl Tuesday in
May next, the following property, in the follow.
lng cases, viz:
Win. WV. Goodman, for another. vs. Eldred Poscy
and William Toney ; Others vs. the same, One Ne
gro man Cute or Kupee,-levicd on as the proper
ty of Eldred Posey.
John Cochran vs. C. Weatherington; James
Callison and others severally vs. Christopher
Weatherington, Thirteen Negroes. viz: Sally, Jin
ny, Lucinda and Child, Sam, Jim. Emma, Dinah,
Lucy, Mary, Lucy, Eliza and Mack.
Thayer, Dewing & Co., vs. S. S. Boyee: B. C.
Bryan and others vs. The Same. Seven Negroes,
viz: Elbert, Mack. Edmund, Clarisa, and her three
Chrildren. Ann, Patrick and Lucius ; Also, Three
head of Horses, one Wagon, one Carriage and
Harness, and one Buggy and Harness.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
April 14th, 1859 Sto 15
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
fleld C. H., on the first Monday and Tuesday in
May next, the following property in the following
John Colgan for JTohn Huict, vs L. B. Wever
and J. Wever, One Tract of Landl containing Four
Hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
James Swearingin, Bienj. Bettis and G. MeD.
Wever--levied upon as the property of L. B.
Alfred G. Howard vs George Sharpton, One lot
of land containing five acres, more or less, adjoin
ing, lands of Mrs. Sarah Morris and others.
The State vs. Alfred Hatcher, A tract of land
containing one hundred andl fifty acres, more or
less, adljoining lands of John Jourdan, James Mor
rIs and M. T. Falk.
Terms Cash. JAMES EIDSON, s.7...
April 9 .4te 14.
Bowers' Extra Improved Seedling
T'IB Subscriber offers for sale a few thousand
EXTR A IMPROVED SEEDLING STRAW
BERRY PLANTS, which for the size, delight
ful quality of the fruit, and the proliftic yield of
the vine, cannot be aurpassed by any of the most
Improved Seedlings now offered to the public.
Price, $5,00 per package of 100 plants. Send on
your orders. It, will prove a gnod investment.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamlburg, April 13 tf 14
Horn's Creek Beat Company
A T T E NT I ON !
YUare hcraby commanded to be andl appear
amt your regular Parade Ground, (itt Edlgefield
Court House.) on Saturday the 7th of May next,
arrned and equipped as the Law directs, for drill
By order of Maj. Layr Lynn.tsa, there will be
an Election held at the same tirne and lidace fur
1st and 3rd LIE UTENANTS. in said Comupany.
By order of Capt. F. HlAlR ItS.
A pril 10th, 1859 38 1
A LT, persons having any demands against the
Estate of Robert F. Cunningham, decenasedl.
are requestedl to present them on T~hursday the 5th
day of May, in the Ordinary Office, on which diay
a final settlement will be made. Also, all those in
debted to said Estate, will do well to settle on or
before that day, as after that timne I will place all
unsettled business in the hands of a proper Ofieer
JOSEPH MORRIS, Adm'or.
March 25, 1839 6t 12
A Reward of $25 will be given for the appres
hension and lodgement in the Jail taf Edge.
tield, of my boy LEONA RD, lately purchased fromn
James Wels residing on Horn's Creek. Said Leon
ard is about five feet 1l inches high, rather mletnder,
and of a slight copper color, aged about forty five
ycnrs. ALLEN B. ADDISON.
March 16, 1859 * tf 10
T EIM MILL, NOTrICE.-Fromi and after
SMonday 7th of February next, Moudacy, Tues
day and Wednesday of each week, will he aissigned~
forSawing Lumber at my Steam Mills, and Thurs
day. Friday and Saturday for the grinding of Grain,
antil further ao3Ies. B. T. IME.
WHO LESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY OF AUCUSTA.
Having been compelled by his greatly increasing business, to make, "at an enormous ex
pense," an enlargement of his Store, making it now DOUBLE its former size, and con
sequently the largest and longest in the City, would respectfully announce to his numerous
Friends and Patrons in Edgefield and vicinity that he has
JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH
With the most extensive STOCK of DRY GOODS ever offered for sale by any House
in the State of Georgia, and having paid most particular attention to the selection of the
same can offer GREd TER IND UCEMENTS than I have ever been able to do.
Having made a longer stay in New York than usual, I was enabled to purchase some extra
BARGAINS, a few of which I enumerate, well knowing that the prices are lower than
have hitherto been seen, viz:
Pine Apple ROBES, at $4,00, worth $6,00. Marseilles Skirts, at $1,. worth ?2,00.
La Zebra Bayaderes, 25 Cts. per yard, worth 50 Cts. 12-4 White Quilts, at $1,75, worth $3,00.
Barege Delaines, new styles, at 121-2 cts., worth 37 1-2c Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, at 60 cts pr dozen.
Real French Robe deLez and Robes d'Aquille, at $1,62 Hem.Stiched do at $2,25, $3, and $3,50
worth $5,00. per dozen.
Printed Muslins, at 8 cts., worth 12 cts. Fringed Towels, at $1,50, worth $3 per doz.
do do at 12 1-2, " 25 "Planters Linen for Pants, at 183-4 c. worth 25 c.
do Calicoes, at 8 ets. " 12 1-2 ets. An Extra Quality of Ginghams at 12 1-2 c.
Chintz Colored French Calicoes, at 1212 ets worth 20c. 4-4 French Calicos, at 25 cts.
Debeiges, at 121-2 c. worth 20 cts. 44PitdBilata 212cs
4-4 Whit2--riWhitntsiats10 ats$per5,dwortrth3200c
cn ofe thflloinGodsofthelaeststLes, Catmbxriardkein fary low piets, r dzn
EmboidredCOLAR t12 -2 ts.an up"HLeF.orta"Lched COLAR at 225, $3,t frondt $,5
Long rm Slk MTTSat 2 cts, woth 7 c~.-E Frined ToweDs, at 10, orth $ e doubbnad.
Whichcontins EERY OVELT in tyle nd Mterilantr ices torc vents ath 8o3-4 fa.sworthu2 cano
Blak Fenh Psciaac ShWLSanMATILAS-a French ados atu5pts
4White elLricacentsIL, at 103tsperyd worth 20m$50 c. get agan
itn fe Blac anfoloredBnge SHAWLS and theCatsivr stylen at exrardnry low prices,iz
EmierdCOLARt would ts d well ta eainae myL ASt 25efore proh0at-$
Lon BArmSikMTRTS 5c, UNDrt 7eTHEmbrUdeedTAND aOtl 0 UetsTheduleb, andflup.
ALLWLOODS MAKEDINL DEANTIGUET,
THOMArnc PSchaLc PH IBBSn MNIL,NDE UN6,00 aTEndTEAup.GORI
IWh~ariqth k Rkea ie ick L at MAN IL ASe l ate $3,00,DCK worhAro NOW Oup-a D At SPLrgaiD C O
WiteB, Bolal and oloed atrege SHAWLS and SCAeFSrin everyhrn BL . C1 &tl an at ver 0 pi )Ces. T
.Aferchat w oieia mud aowl oea iem Stckbeor purcha
SPIN AONUME DRICES Da DONLYs Spedd ie.,&
tAcLe, he00udSot,~c'flqgc ha h JW OD ILB MADE PTO FEIGSURE S
BlckGrs c lhncan BsJof'A V!;AN STOC K LEO
Inaxc returig tanks tOE the f is; an d atrnd Inie ae Sr IK EY&S; O O N PENI TOKo
PTiseBBrg, wo nuld also certat d si se r edr h orhr
Itree caf Feu, ae RITS il ad ae ANILAad rAM SUILK END IORSEILO ETHING!
SPinB A, ND SUMMER RYUS00NS; DrsapeDeesespleanddCLanensA&c.,
Winn aebeieIUTES selctd with thenmos Ladce Criee, and esae. ToLS
thSies, he waol mOAS repc&u ggest thaSth oDR SETSS Gpo La doD; MAD EXLLPBE SSLY T O MY OURER
L desPh laRdThrEad (ciLOV befond AUt L opiE TheSt;NTH VO T F SH~i E ES ,L
Mise Sikan ThreaES" "~i fTHSS -N
A ae Ltc o10lec a nd Bro 5 ; FN~S an Ini SII ILS ; ctl n1Rsi )K A G N EETSOKO
A~lt S rnlTWL1N : A'St. Sa. Whit h anl , i Stl a Crae SHAWLS;
C,,neenlus an o i lu T0 l CO ', tS-. Pilo la e eTN ars LE ; sils __S;_
ia nd l.tre QIT, ud*. ead Ernc, ?in Ark PRINTS, inCrap o Laeou-r n. B b .g dB
P ITS lib r tre len lI d I ro l1All 11 S: ,lji d i HF E d I tSnI IIIATS cte GO D ETO DATT EPRC S
and Att rcn l t rAM : ie RlLn ..rs SA TIN, T ren)S ASIet L IL I
COTTONADJES; Kentucky JEANS; Erminette UltAk'E D'ETE; Lasting CLOThlS, &c.
pg Great inducemtents ofred to MAerchants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bill. N A R N E SR P EE T D
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods sent to any part ofthse City & Hamburg.
AuguFINE STOCKii~ J OF A WNL
. MADE EXPESSLY TO MY ORDER,
A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF
F -u.rnis b.in g Co o cle.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
AND WARRANTED AS REPRENENTED.
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
Agusta, March 30, if 12 iAngesta, Apil 11, 3m 23
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
W MV . S I-I 3 .A. T
H AS just received from New York, a large sup.
4.4, 5-4 and 6.4 Plain White and Checke'
INDIA MATTINGS, of very superior quality.
Ingrain, Three-Ply, Venetian, English Brusseh
and Vlvet CARPETS, at very low prices.
Embroidered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS;
Curtain IDAMASKS; WINDOW SlADES;
CURTAIN BANDS and CORNICES.
All of which will be sold at very low prices, an,
persons wishing those articles are respectfully re.
quested to examine them before purchasing else
Augusta April 11 tf 14.
W K H. CRANE
STAPLE AND FANCY .
No. 222, Broad Street,
HAS RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK A VERY
LARGE AND FULL STOCK OF
SPIMG AND SMUR G00185
Selected with great care, and bought on very ad
vantageous terms, consisting of rich
Of all kinds and varieties.
With an unusually large variety of Goods suitable
MEN'S AND YOUTH'S WEAR,
All of which he will dispose of at as LOW PRI
CES as any other House in this City for CASH.
"P-Planters and their families are respectfully
invited to call and examine his assortment.
Augusta, April 5 4t 13
SPRING AND SUMMER,
MILLERIt & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
W E return our thanks to our friends generally
for their liberal patronage, and respectfully
solicit a continuance. We have received an unu
sual large supply of f'pring and Summer GOODS,
comprising an endlest variety of new and hand
some DRESS GOODS, which we will take great
pleasure in exhibiting to our friends and custo
mers. All we ask is for them to give us a call.
and we will show them something in the way of
Rich Silk and Grenaline ROBES A'LES;
Grenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES;
Organdile and Jaconet R OBES PRINCESSE ;
English and D'Angletere BAREGES, newatyles
PINE APPLE CLOTH, a new artice;
SolId Color Bayaderc EAREGES;
Plain and Fancy Colored SILKS;
Black RIp' and Blayadecre SILKS ;
A new and beautiful articeoof Silk MUSLIN.
Mnurning BAREGES and GRE.NADINES;
Ph,.in and Striped Black Twisted SILK ;
Rich French and Chantilly MANTILLAS;
P'lain Silk and Enrego"
Thnregc andl French Lace SHAWLS;
Vals Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES;
Embr'd Swiss " "'
Marseilles " " "
PFtney CASSIMERES and CLOTHS;.
Plain and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
Domestic GIINGHIAMS, DENIMS and COT
OSNABU'RGS and Factory STRIPES;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STRIPES;
Sehley's Negro PLAINS, and wool filling ;
Together with every article usually kept In oui
_Augusta, April 5, 1850 8m 18
CLOTHIN\G & HATS!
C LAY TON & K E NN ADY,
UNDER THlE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
173 BROAD ST REE T, AUGUSTA, Ga.,
W~ould respectfully invite atten
tion to-their Large and well
selected Stockc of Goods
FO MEN AN 80YS.
Augusta, Mar 30 3m 12.
- KE arc prepared to furnish Piano
VFortes from the foilowing Cele
brated Maufactorles, viz:
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
HALLET, DAVIES & CO., Boston.
A. W. LADD A CO.,"
NUNNS & CLARK, New York.
BENNETT & CO., " "
Andl of uother New York Makers. We furnish In
strumnents exclusively to ORDER; and as we pay
no Store rent, no Clerk hire, no City taxes, we are
able tn supply anay kinid of Instruments, from the
Jew's Hiarli to the Church Organ,
Than any Relail House South of New York, not
excepting Charleston and Augusta.a
p~i Orders addressed to us at Augusta, or
Rome, Ga., will meet with prompt attention.
A. A. CLARK & SON.
pt P. S.-! have had twenty years experience
in the art of TUNING and REPAIRING PIAN
OS, and I can conscientiously recommend the In
strauen ts of the above makers, as being at least
equal to any manufactured in the UnIted State..
At all eveuts, I challenge any person who wants a
PIANO to try one of them six months.
A. A, CLARR,
Augusta, A prIl 4, 1869 f 3
SPEARS & RIGHT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
DENTAL AND SC1RWICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES,
Ozvosivz PLANThRs' HoTuEL,
No. 316, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
April 11 1y 1d
MACHINE & GENERAL MANUFACTU'NG
S H OP.
La HOPKINS & Co., Proprietors,
A UG USTA, GIA.,
HI AVING the most extensive facilities with
SHOP TOOLS and P AT T E RNS in the
country, we are now ready and will ha thankful
for all orders for Gold Mines, Mills, Gin Giearing,
Steam Boats, Stave and Shingle Machines, Horse
Powers, Suga Mills, Cotton Presses, Thrashers,
Pans, Shafting, Pulleys, Cook, Parlor and Box
Stoves, Tin Work. In fact, any article in Iron,
Brass or Wood. Address
J. E. MACMURPIIY, Sup't.
Augusta, April 11,1859. ly 14
Bagging, Rope & Twine.
21 Balesi Heavy (lunny BAGGING ;
1300 Rolls Heavy Patched BAGGING;
100 Pieces " Dundee "
350 Coils Machine and Hland-m~ade ROPE ;
50,000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, flog round.
For sale low for cash, or on time by
. UTES A CLARK.
A....t., Mrebas. nas S= IS
DEMING & DAY.
fT - scors
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
Having every facility, they are enabled to ofer their Goode on the
most reasonable terms to0 CASH AND PROMPT PAYIVG CuStoxmns.
Their Stock will always be replete with everything
NEW AND NOVEL,
In the Trade, and by arrangements, every Steamer will bring
them the SELECT DESIGNS FOR
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES, SKIRTS &C,, &C,
Among their Dms GOODS now on hand, in SILK, Corrow AID BAREES faricg,
may be found:
Robe a 2 Jupe, I Robe a plantillet,
Robe. a 2 & 3 Volant, I Rube at Tunique.
With all the usual Goods for Dresses. All orders promptly attended to.
LEANDER C. DEMING, CHARLIE B. DAY.
Augusta, March 30. tf 12 Late of. . Newby & Co.
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HE subscriber, after returni'g thanks to their DANTIGNAC & HUBBARD,
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Distriett,
.or their liberal patronage during the last ton years,
would inform them that they still continue to kee 5p 8 GARS, COFFEE, TEAS,
on hand a largo assortment of
PIANO FORTES WINES JEANDIRS,
from the celebrated manufactorios of Raven Bacon SAGGING, ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD
& Co., Haselton Bros., and A. 11. Gale A Co., New
York, for whom they are solo Agents. Theme In
struments having already won such far-famed ce- GROCERIES of EVERY DESCRIION.
lebrity, it is only necessary for us to repeat that for NO.292 BROAD-ST, AUGUXTA, GA.
,trength, durability and finish, together with power,
Iepth, swertaess and suftnse. of tone, they challenge Jan. 17. tf 2
competition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call and select from GRAT AND VALUABLE
a large assortment. than by dealing with Pedlars
tnd agents of inferior makers, where they have no
hoice, and have often to pay higher prices fur in- SAL OF GO D I
:crior Instruments, than fine ones of superior
:nakers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
ivary respot, so the purchaser runs no risk what- THE undersigne, of S ge
over. Persons ordering from a distance from us
can depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, a N
we make it a point to keep goods of the best quality ENI
and such as we can recommend and warrant in of Goods t the store of S. T. Agnew, at oA w4
-very respect. Their
averyrespct. heircontinue to fall the same at great Dai&lS42 until
STOCK OF MUSIC the entire stock Is closed out, This st is =4 of
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all th.agst ad best selected assortments of Goow
low pieces as they arc published, red In the State of South Carolina
GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS All of which have been purchased in the beet
markets In the werld, and at greatydceaie,
Af the the best quality always on hand. They below ok
ould also call attention to their large stock of makt
School and Miscellaneous Books, TI TC ~lAZ
STATIONERY, BLIK 300ES,Aflluotctfalte
ad other artielos. Also, always on hand the larg-ARCUSttAL' ATDB!PN.
st assortment in the State, ofEBM CATSadEHAI, c
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
PLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS, H R W R
tte, and every article of Musical Merchandise,. falkns mrcn opeeearmao
Carhart's and Needham'sand Prinec's celebratedSHL AD REAN UT R.
Accordedns and Violins Repaired in the Aloalrgasrtetfaikndof
All of the above artices sold at low prices for Z Y YE N 13 1
CASH or City acceptances byAnFA ERIPEMNgeral.
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
(BtenBRO AD-ST., A.nguse, Ga.,0 C E E S I
[BtenUnited States and GlobolHotels.]
April 7, 1859, tf 13 Acopeeaormnofllkds
Head-Quarters.OnoftelretadmseoIt tesfal I
Finer Division, 2d BaroAns, S. C. M. 1 kisofDron.adpetoowtsfevy
Edgefield C. H., March 29th, 1859.5 pesnjoehrwt areasrmn fatc
RDE R NO.----.ueru t enin
IN pursuance of an order issued from Brig. Gen. AlthsEteSocwile
IMORAOYE, an election will be held at the various
precit. tsin the 10th Regiment, S. C. M., onli SODATCSi-R.CS
lay the 13th May next, for COLONEL uf said
Regiment, to till the vacancy occasioned by the so- ri ag us ilb odo rdt ihgo
ignatiun of Coli. S. .1. Wa~tiow. The managers ot adapoe akbetts
ho election are hereby further instructed to assem- ecat n teswntn od nti ie
le at Richardson, on the Saturday following, wl owl ocl n xmn h tca l
ount the votes and report the result of the ele. h iht urhs a-aefrm5 o7e
on to Gen. Moragna, on Monday the 16th May.cetonhirpraes
Lieut. Cul. Dean and Miij. Smith, are charged TISTOKM TBBOLWTN T
with the extension of this order. FIs l osn r nie ocl n een
By order of the Brig. General. vne ftegetidcmn.nwdrd
H. W!. ADDISON, Brig. Maj. P1E AR
March 30 7t 12Sind V7.HUAL
HEAD:QUARTERS, ac 2 m1
2xni REGIMENT CAVALRY, S. C. M. A.CA D
LoNGXinrs, P. 0., Edgenield Dist., S. C. j
ORDE R N.- F~Esbcie ae hsmtolo eunu
THE Edigefield Squadron wil-.eml ago E otdrigtepudgre-drspcfly no
Ifield Court House on Saturday 7th May next, te n h ulegnrly hth ilen
for drill and review. .
The Abberillo Squadron will assemble at Abbe-tne i ~wIYG~EYeswl l
ville C. H., on Saturday 1dth May next, for drill aske nhn aCJPEi501o
and review,.vrtigi h rcr ie owihh nie
The Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Offi-teatnino h rdn ulc i em r
ars will assemble the day previous, for drill andresnbaseiscvnedtt"aiml
Liout. Col. BArzs and Maj. DaBnRUt,, are Alonhadaaresckf OSAD
charged with the extension of these orders. SO HMSKRAHN
JOHN F. BURRES8, Cotl abrSCJa.. 89 y 5
REGIMENT, S C.hMl, te and taleraledrga 8 1
l~i S GARS, onF E CH LLNE ,
Mzzno S~asY Apil 1th,185AJGING,~f BOPE, sPOWdE th T Lru EAoDo
r~II Uper Bttaion s hrebycomande to~~(3 159at Edeil outHue
A asebl a Bnuvv n atrdy he21tROCEIEo E LVERY EsaRbIPTIfu.
of ay.armd ad euiped s te lwdrec, lac with loR an waT. aneGUnta4, 15.
The ommisioed ad No.Comisson T O E byWieunaind AMorgns by Shem. T.Agn,.
instruction, Justi, Mogn thde, oer onthies e
ByorderfofoVermonth torf D f . T.sle gnewq, at eat, ax
Lint Cot . B. EAc.ntne hal ell bre te a, a ndgra earn tilt
W. . UT~n, d~'tthe mnie stnc is nutsed wtoutT st k is oeo
~'Tunnan MCRT wllplas the lags an betslce asrment oof G4$loo
eve oerdun heStteofSothCaolna
Aprile19thn the9wotld . at gretl rdued res
ARTICLS Ud L D WA T B LANT
T LO~l ATALONIs erey otfalLL ind he embaig o assrteto
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specified-aseatsottlement ofasaid pstaic.meis berrangte
made oon. HAS. . FREMAN, sonajbeyon tshe i~sofee thisatei nis
Penyd ee that he dlo apa adilling."
Assigne of t. P.Harri on 0 the fiiior sale fhep.~ ssef~la
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The ommisiood ad No-Comissoned081
T RR eelebratedMorganStal
al stand the spring season of
1859, at Edge6eld Court Hon.e.
CH A L L ENG E is a basatifel
black with long and wafy mane and tail, 151
hands high, and weighs 1040 pounds. He was 4
years old last June, and was-sired by Black Bawk,
8herman Morgan, by: ,Tustin Morgan. Dam
White Mountain Morgan, by Sherman Morgan, -
Justin Morgan. Grand dam by Woodberry, by
Justin Morgan. He covers on both sides asmaek
Morgan blood as any other horse now living.
He was bought by the subserisers in Windsor,
Vermont, of D. C. Linsley,,Esq., at a heavy ex
pense; he is well broke to harness, and eaa.tret
his alle in 8 minate% without training.
Tsays--$N in insure a'mare in feelr sad'$1,00
to the groes,
March 10, 1869 ff 10
WILL stand the ens#idg 86Mon at
Edgeseld Cottre lionssi uh Mon- .
days, Tuesdays sad Wedabedsfa and at '
Harmon Gallman's the temaiddet df the Mek; 11
thirty dollars the sensoh, tr!ih the ptit iltig6 of send
ing any othet seasda finill a ikkeli prot-ce in -foal.
DICK CHEAtHAM is a liesutiful bleek oolt,
fear years old iti May nett, fall afteenhands three
inches highi and weighs about eleven handred and
afty podade. E'e was a good race horse. Me was
sired by Imported Albion, his dam was by In
ported Leviathan, grand dam by Pasolet, great
grand dam by Top Gallant, great, greatgrand dam
by Lamplighter, Ae.
The Albfons have ran 20 races this winter and
won'lo, beating the erseks of Kentuohy at Mas.
pbis Tennessee ; the ersoks of Virginiast Charles.
ton, 8. C., and the oracks of Alabana at Neut
gomery, Mobile sad Columans.
THOMAS G. BACON.
January 19, 1859 tf 2
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDINARY. - -
Thomas E. Rhodes, Adm'or., AppHoant,
Wm. N. Raines and wife Rebeooa, and
Janus K.Arrington and wifbDef'As.
r appearing to my satisfaction that WRHam N.
Raines and his wife Rebenes, and Jesse E. Ar.
rangton and.his wife, two of the Defaduts in the
case reside beyond the limits of this State: It is
therefore ordered that they do and- est
to the division or sale of the
both Walling, deceas.edon or before:the
next, or their consent to the saae wD1 be
a record. *- F. DURIS03, o. a.a.
Ordinary's 05ee,.Feb. 14, 1859. 3m 6
OTICE.-An persons desirees of een eying