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A Voice fron Arkansas.
The subjoined letter details an exciting scene
in Arkansas. It is always pleasant to tell of law
and order rising in the ascendant. It will be
seen too that our correspondent is another one of
the true hearts of Edyejield Abruod :
Romio, Ark., Dec. 29th, IStiO.
Mr.. Eutron:-Your interesting.Adcertier con
tinues to come regularly, cheering us on with the
gladdening hope that the Palmetto Stato will
never bow to Black itepublican (Lincoln) rule. I
almost stood alone here in this Weetern region,
pointed to as the South Carolina Secessionist, for
several mouths. But all - right now. The great
fear has been that the Southern States could not
unite so momentarily as auch an emergency de
mands. I stand here devoted to my adopted State,
Arkansas, so long as ther-3 is hope that she will
stand up to Southern rights. Whenever she faul
ters I'll turn my back upon her, and face to South
Carolina. I however feel assured that all the
Southern States now mark time to the stop of
South Carolina. Ere thie she is out of the Union,
and I'm glad of it; nor can I believe she will
ever "bour face" to foolish Compromises in the
Some few here have proposed to roturn with
me if you need us. But the signs of the times
warn us to protect ourselves from such as Mont
gomery in Kansas anti desporadoes among us. A
little affair t-hat came of here on Wednesday last
suffices to prove this.
The citizens of Rondo were generally invited to
dine with Mr. Win. Crabtree, on Christmas day,
and of course a social dance was enjoyed at the
occasion. Late in the afternoon the company dis
persed to rendezvous at the Rondo School House
at night for cotilion exercises. As the company
asiembled and all seemed pleased in the happy
enjoyment of a merry Christmas, a desperado and
fugitive from justice, (one Harrison Morris, who
only a few months ago fired a pistol into the Stage
coach at Boston, Texas, and had killed and woun
ded three or four men about or near Boston on
other occasions, bidding defiance to law and jus
tice,) abruptly stopped the musicians, and with
threats (upon being repreiandod) broke up the
party and took the room, forcing the young men
(unarmed) to leave. Some few of the citizens the
next morning happening to come together, and
learning that he held out at the Grocery with an
aceomplico by name Virgus Wheeler, boasting
that they wo'ald reign over Itondo, concluded to
wait on Morris and notify him to leave instanter.
Accordingly some seven (a majority armed with
bouble-barrei shut guns.) proceeded to the Groee
ry under my command, and on marching up Mor
ris came out at the front dlour. when I informed
him that the citizens of Rondo required him to
leave the place. As he inclined to the left, Whoe
ler came out with a double-barrel shot-gun at
present arias and said, -If h.eat'ret you core
op to, here'a your um." ie Bred, wounding Mr.
Jos. Kirby in the left thigh, scrotumi and right
thigh with one shot. I ordered my men to fire,
which they did promptly, bringing down Morris
at the door. Wheeler fell about the middle of the
room dead, another Wheeler, half-brother to the
one killed, making his escape at the back dour.
We re-loaded and stood to our arms rome minutes,
when the house was examined and the above re
purl made. After which I addressed the citizens
that h-td gathered around with a few remarks, ex
plaining the whole affair to their fu!l satishaction.
Mr. Kirby is now nvaleseg, I hope. The
Wheeler who escaped, as it was reporte-l. threat
ened the citizens that thirty men should be killed
in lo.s than forty hours, but so far we have peace
and quiet. The father of Morris Cnme down and
took his rem tins to Boston, Texas, to be interred.
The citizens here gave Wheeler a decent inter
Our Town had gone into a bad state of aiffuirs,
and I thought was near passed redempltioan. Set
time last summer a gambling rnew~a en.,,, T.. . -
came over, made several horse
our Town for near three mont
kidnapping Mr. Jas. Buzzzardi
made a jocky race with themn
Less than tw, weeks ago a n
Taylor was shot in the, zi- .
was supposed by a nzegroi man
with hmn, graylor) the night b
The good citizens seem no.w
thermselves front the aggressiot
ards, gamblers and fugitives
present excitement has calmne
we are disposed to hope that en
seldom call on us In the future.
I hope yin will continue to ttvourt mae with your
Adeerlier as heretofore.
My best hopes fur may native hills forever !
Yours, truly, N.
For the Advertiser.
I rejoice with those that rejioice in our Inde
peudent noble State,-yes, delightedl that the
North cannot now have contri. Iover us and our
atfnirs. May we be a etonsistent people, and f/1
our independence and njppreire OU rown perT'c,
papers andi inst.itutionas of~ all kindis. The S-ntl.
mustc susatain the South. Now is the titue to seki
money for lppers May our State ac"'ru the idea
of sending 'nine' to our eanmies in future. uthen
we eann spend it lbe- ter in the South. Gentle rredr
er, we ask you in the nramte of Independent Suth
Carolina, to sustain o'.r papers-wtill you encour
a e r herished paper no~w in its inrfdn.-y ;uoe th at
has b~oon a .. -d.it t. :.athera literature; in this
paper, we have a Southern p~ape-r without a bltin
ish ; this paper contains the useful, with the agree
able. It is nut poluted by shrimeful immoral
trash as too mnany parpers printed North are.
'Thre So~uthern FirW ad flre4,e" is worthy
of refined a.ppreiation by intelIligrut rend.rs. The
cosntents aend etyle in former numbcrs, shoaw in
every respect that the P'ropriet'ir aind Editors have
succeeded in their euterl.risinag and difficult un
dertaking. Establishin g a .rtaudurdl literary pg
per in tile South, to prevent a inorail evil which
has existed in our Sout~h,.rn countries. Senading
money North 2 -r inagzie.itc, !ad.ies books and
Northiern paplers which have bee-n favories, and
have rec-eivedl .eumthern l ertromnage whieb they dle.
serve nar lon~rer. The No.rth with her insulting al
lusionis to aur inst itutti.,n, her aluancrious charges
t.o an institution whrose el.ject is charity and hu
inanity. We hive nos union nuw with ap-e
who have hated u-', a::1 who nuw rejoice that they
will be a free iounutry after the ,lave States leave
the Uniont. Let as rejoice tl.at the ti-e is severed1
that b~ound the South to the North. Let us now
buil-i up our own i nstitut.-15. Ail the moine~s
spent South in future, that our country so justly
deserves, will eron enrich our cou..ntry. Let noue
but Southern p~apers atnd Surnthern :shoolf boaks in
the han~ds o' Southern burn highly edu.cated1
teachers be f.nde in iour :uidrt, (who lave rhe fu
ture prosperity and dest:nay of the South at heart)
.Let Nirthern paper, pass frot tmong us. Pat
ronize nonec bitt Southern, such as The Southerni
Literary Messeuger, The Aurora, The Spririt of
the Age, The -Times, andi last. not feast, The Siouth
ern Field A Fireside ; nubli.-hed by tine tat hasu
doute much to enciiur..gu native Southern geniut
Let all those who loave the- Southt, sustain the Siiuth.
Those whio have nit done so, senid in thteir natue.s
toi Mr. .a:Es (lann-En i. Auguistat, tst., for the
Suth.:rni Fic.'. af Fire.-''i:- Nulle. hrave South
Caroina-the fir.-t S:ate toa leave the .rth,-thie
lat State tor send monei~ty diret to sujport Northt
ern papers. Northern schoolhs or Northern inastitu
tinuts of any kind in future. The destinty of thei
South dependis upon the c',:wi-tenc.y of S.,umtern-.
r5 sulppo~rting Southern institutions tend spetiding
gg' Gur. Blain, of. Michigan, itt his mnessae,
advcatea the rloctrine of coierciin, antd recoin
mends thtat the fr-gislature tendiers to the Presi
dent the use of the State forces.
' u.-At honest liiberntian hadl comle far t.,
see Niagara: and when lie yazed upon it, a tienid
aked himt if it was not the mos.t wonderful thing
ie hail ever se,:n, to whickh he repliced : -Never a
i. maen-nesver a hit.' Sure its ni. wonider at all
thait the wather s'nonid falt ,town there, for ['d1
like to know what could hinder it.
pu Whon weu think of good, ange's arc si'ent
adgefield Male Academy
THE Exercises of this Institutiuu
were resumed on Monday last, the
The Trustees confidently call public
attention to this High School as one
r the very best preparatory Academies in South
arolina. They have fully tried both Principal
ad Assistant, and find them to be the very nmeu
or the pusts they respectively occupy. The
tarked improvement of pupils under their gul
anCe and instruction, as well in Manners and
orals as in educational advancement, is the best
oucher of their worth and abilities. We there
>re appeal to larets and guardians to embrace
t once the watured facilities here placed within
icir reach. It will be the business and pleusure
f the Trustees to supervise the Institution for
le well-being and best interests of all concerned.
ERMS, PER SCHOLASTIC YEA R OF FORTY
Lower Englieh Branches,..............$32,00
Higher do. do. .................. 36,00
Classics and Higher Mathematics,...... 40,00
Inc'idental expenses...................... 1,00
It is earnestly hoped that entrances will he
ade, as far as practicable, during the first week
f tbe Session-the earlier the better.
Good board easily obtained at reasonable rates
i highly respectable families.
The possibility of dissipation on the part (f
tudents will he c-ontinually and carefully'guarded
gainst. R. T. M[MS, 1 ,
ARTH t'R SIMKINS,|
11E0. A. ADDISON, 2R
EDMUND PENN, |
J. B. SULLIVAN. J
(o. A. Anaisox, See'ry and Tress'r.
Jan 9 tf
TIlE Exercises of this Institut-on
will be resumed on the Third Monday
in January, under very prutising
The Trustees are gratified to lie
ble to aninounce, that the Principal Mr. H. 0.
[ERR ICK, A. M., has not only sustained the rep
tation given by the very flttering recommenda
on from Furman University, but personal obser
tion for several yours assures us that he is emi
ently qualified to fill the position, not only of
echer, but that of a thorough disciplinnrian.
[e conahines in a high degroe those qualities
hich command the respect and enlist the regard
Shis pupils. lie is now prepared, through a very
iperior apparatus. both Philosophiesil and Chem.
11t, to elucidate and make perfectly comprehen.
ble all the abstruce principles connected with
Mrs. 1lERRICK presides, with great ability,
rer the Ornamental Branches, Music, Painting,
rawing and all Fancy Work and the French
The mode of teaching is sucli as invatriably so
res the constant attention of the Scholar, and
apresses the truths taught indelibly on the wind.
The opportunity here for acquiring a practical
luation is not ,urpassed in the Southern Re
flr-Torms as heretofore published.
We ask the patronage of the public.
Jan 9 3t I
THE Exercises of this Institution
will commenee ton the Second Mon
day of January 18. under the su
per'rision of tje undersigned. whose
#V purpose will lie to give the whole of
is time and attentiiio to the ueital ind noral
ining of Students put under his care. Persons
i.iig to give their childrern grod Acaenleni
ducations, or to have them thoriugily prepured
r any Southern College, will have kind and
eril attention given thion in our Si-hool.
Prinry Dripurtnirit, including Spelling, Read.
, Writing, Primary Geogrnphy and Arith
Academaie DejnIrtheit-Cl ass First, incuiling
ediling, Pevinmanship. Enuglish Grammar, llisto
r Arithmetic und Geography, $25,00
Cl:s Second, itcluding English Composition.
'atural PhilsphIy, A.a.ysis iif th. En-glith Lan.
uge, A rithmietic anid Elemaintary Algebirn, $3t5.
Class Thiird,. ineliiniig Latin, Greek, Natural,
[ental und Moral Sciences, Mathematics, Span
Ii und Frenchb, ~a "an
,t tue end of eachl term there will h~e a thiir
ugh examinntion of the dlitferent Classes b~efiine
ei patr..ns of the Inustituti'o.
Ni. dedc~ltiion will be imaide except ini eases of
JiiHN: W. McCANTS.
Prks Store, Jan 7,.3 1
. ilE Exercises of thii: Arndemy
w.ill lz re-tn.-ime onl the Third 31 -ilay
nl Jnua:ry 1861.l undier the supeirvis
.n o f Mr. 11. F. L.iV EL A CE, who
--hi. taught. several years in iour nmidst
Thei. Seblni ak c yen will b,:l diled inato two
esos atf five Mlonths each.
-tTES% ' TUlITION PER SESSION OF
ir - Cla--. p..lling, Renintg andI Wriz itng. S$.ilt
einid he,:a-Engli-hu Gr:.uatar, Geiogrn
.hv iundi Ar ithmuetic, I10,"i
rd~ Class-lighuer Uranchese, I 5,tmi
~ui's wvill lie chairged fromn time of entrance
1 the enxd of the Seneiiii. Noi dedneliun will lu
vidie for absence, excepjting for enises of 1.rotract
.1 sickness .1 t wo weeks or moure.
Au .\ssist:inut Teacher will lbe ?ecureid if neces
ie espetfullty zenlicit a liberal piatriinnge.
A. J1. SMYLY,
J. .31. CIG L' U RN.J
7 NNIVE R sI'T Y
Asidersona, S. C.
T11l11S lnst itutioni will enter upion ili
*.Ninath Aninual Sessiiin the FIR1ST
* WEDNESDAY inu FEllittUAlRY with
a tullI C..rp< if Inistructiors. 'l he
princi~pal Membahers .of t he F.icunlty,
hose success hierettofore hams heen s.. satuisfactiory,
ill cotinuo to ioerup~y their ri-peirt ive positions.
he govrmaent of the In.-titutiionu will he syste
atic and exact, yet kind antd partental.
There is niow a large and el-gant Boa~rdling
[ouse on the Camplius, Iully equijieid for the re
ptin of Botardlers, aud p.reided over by the
v. J. SCOTT MUI'RRAY, Prilcipial of thse In.
Piuretts and fiunridianis who may sendl their
itughters atid warids to this Institutin, nity rest
.uredl that every effort wi:l hue mnude inot only toi
dlvanc tueni in their respective studies, but to
uclcate tho~se diimes tic ansd social necompillish
ents which arc requisite to qualify then for the
potsiiulities of future life.
For Catalogues or further pairticulars, address
Rxy. J. SCOTT M URIRtAY,
Anderson, S. C.
Jan 3it I
The State of South Carolina
James M. Sullivan, '
rat. Bill/or Par. & RliU.
Harriet M. Child et al.)
SY virtue of the Decree of the Hin. F. 11. Ward
laiw, Associate Justice tif the Ciourt of A pp~ens,
the above stated Case, nuade at Chanmbers on
t 12th dlay Dceetuber, A. D. Ist'lt, I will expoise
ir stle att "t Depout," ott the tGreenvillte and Cii
uninoii Raiilroadl, ion the first Wecdnendiry fterr tAt.
r i Moitay ini 4&ruaary nie.rf.
The TRtACT OIF LAND dlescribedi in the pleatd
ags of this Caise, cointaining Ill5 acrtes, more or
ss, sitnteid tin Hiandley's Creek, in Edlgttield
iitrict, ntdjoining lands oif larntett Williatns,
aiter, Youngblood, and others ; undl more exten
ively described in the deeds of William Shaw,
TERMS.-A suflicient amiount to pay costs
must, be paid ini cash, The balance ha. be securedl
y hiad with utfaicient sureties, cainditionaed to
u the same in (equill antnual instalmenats, in one
aid two years, with interest friom dlate.
WM. M. TIIOM AS, C.E G.D.
ors. O1lice, Dee I5, 186t. 4t I
lE Frm of A. J1. PELLETIE'R .t CO.,
. Drggists amnd Apoihecaries in. the Town iif
li.nhurg, was this, the 7th dlay oif January 1861,
islved by taututal consetit. The Bloiks, Notes
nil Acctuts will he founnd in the lhandis of A. .1.
LLETIEI, who atlone iin nuthorired to settle -
lie business of the late ftrm.
Rt. .1. DE LPIE,
A. J. PELLETIERI.
Ner-c.... Jan i, 18a1. sf
Would re-pectfully announce to th<
AND HAS NOM
Rich Embroidered and Fancy DresA SILKS -
Plain and Figured MERMNOS and DEL AN
French .i BROIDElES, comprising Musli
Ladies' Ctoth and Velvet CLOAKS, of the Lt
Ladies' Lynx and Sable Fur VICTORINES,
A large supply of Ladies' SHAWLS;
Gold Eminroidered MUSLINS lhr Ladies' Ei
A complete assortment of HOSIERYt Welfl
Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS and SHI
Irish and Pillow Case LANENS; 8-4 and 101
Damask TABLE CLOTHS; Damask NAPh
Rich Printed and Einbroiderr-d TABLE and I
Whitiiey BLANKETS, of extra size and qual
Ricphmrnd Factory PLAINS and KERSi-YS
A GREAT VARIETY OF a
FAMILY AND PL
ALL OF WHIC
SOLD A.T T IE L(
Z&i-The public are requested to call and e-11
Augusta, Dec 4,
Fall and Winter Styles I
HATS AND CAPS,"
C. P. REMSEM'S,
14 BROAD ST., OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL
AND COLUMBIA, S. V.
[ have on hand a
of new styles
ATS & CAPS,
PRESSLY for mny I
trade. My goods
ar warranted for
John Woolley's Graniteville Hats$
pM-He is now manufactusing FUR HATS al
ow as $1,50.
The public will find it to their interest to give
rne a call at either phice of business, as toy Goods
will be offered at toderate pricee.
C. 1. REMSEN.
Augusta, Sept 25 tf
Y NECFSSITIES are my only apology for
IM making this secontd appeail to ny friends
uimt customters faar muney. A few monthd since, I
made in eariest call oi My c'ustiiers to pay up,
since which time I have collec.teda almost nothing,
I have been cotpelled tm settle with mfy Charles
ton friends ly giving tihemII uank Notes, at sixty
Llays, which will fiorce mne to the necessity of ct
lctiig a laIrge amun t a) f lamliney duitring the month
,f January. I feel very cotfident that it is within
the power of thoae whim I have indulged ftor a
numer of years to re.lieve toe now by paying a
prt at le.-t. I du tnt ask moy frienads to pay all
af the coutntry, can.inig an pre.--are in the money
market, which is severely felt ly Lerebhani?.alding
a credit business. We amre baeyaaiaa a daubt in the
midst 'of a great rci.--is, Unai I have faiith ia helieve
we hatve a barighat tutare bief-.re us. I amo therefure
detrminedl tig keepa my Sitock repilci.-Ichedl in meet
the demands oft myc r'u.-tm--rs. hut ihis canntaa
he done withotit omans. I an - Ita hav muoney taa
cary an toy businiess sum eendily, atnd aim comn
poled o ~dlonall whuonmuneam aetduU Note.mmr
CIAS1. D. CARR & Co.,
MENS' MiERCERS !'
30 BRO.D ST-, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IAVE OJPENED TIIEIRL SPR[tNd ASSLI'T
31ENT OF 0000)8 ADJAPTED.
TI) 3ENS' WE-AR.
10 pr t, Discollut AlloWed for Cashl.
Charleston, Many 17, 12tit. 1y l9
T'IE denth mof Cola. cilrtbTlE; rendlers it nme
.e..arv tht the bmusineass lataely caoumieed
by V i.i in 'hhmbiurg .-halda lie eb~aawdt up at ani
erly tte. Th.ereforae. rall per.-on.- whao have c made4
aililaith the ll.,uSe aire eartestly requested t.o
else them ibly tihe Ilmth aof Febaruary
Fr.at atn.! after ibais d.1.-, 1 win sell the entire
Stocamk orf 3erchmadise, (whaieb is freshl atnd desi
rable,) ant pritme CO$T FOl CA l, or liank
N<.te. W. P'. hUTLER. Survir.r
llahurr,Jaia 1 tf
-Soda Crackers, &c. I
NOW in Staore the largest aissortnment of choice
CitACKEKS, UhSCUITS, Ae-P i. An
.tetraas na'ainsat the waarbh. I aam nuW receivinig
CTT. ER. SUGtAlt, itOSTON, OIRAllAM,
SODA, WATERI, SilELL~, WALNUTl LEMO0N, t
anl FX CRAWCKElLa am ISCUIT.. a
Also, Navy tiniger SCIINA PPlS, .te.
or -ale iaaw bmy S. E. L'OWERLS, Agt.
Iluaburg_Oc't'14 _tf 41
Third and Last Call!
L L piersonus inadebtedi taa A. ti. TEAGUE, and
A A. t. ,t T. J. TEO E. wil e-s oe
forwardl withoaut delay. Settle with :oney if they
en :if noat, by Naate at least.
We enniat spare the time to travel over the
country to see all of our friends who are indebated
to us. All small necoituts nail settled by the first
tf Noveuber, will bae jilaced ini the hmad.' of John
L. Addisn, Esq1., for collectiian.
A. I). A T. J. TEAGUEa.
Ot.3, if _______
Iideendnt Republie of Souh
TlE CASH SYSTEM BEST FOR ALL
RIO the first dtay of January istil. I will sell
F my .mainoing Stoek -f ItEADY-MADE
Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash.
COMlE ALL Wil0 WANT BIARIIAINS!
Al idbted to me, eithor lay Note or Ace-ount,
will l ..isi enne forward atid settle, i I tam coin.
peled to have money to sn!e ti p my hnusiness. t
Ja-.a I * 1;t
tie isherby ive thtill persons in anly
wi-e ndbtedl ta the laito Johnm J. Jennings, dec'd.,
parior to his deaith, are requostead to make paym'ient
to he undersigned hbefoare the I:!th Febaruary next,
ta itat thiasu who negiert 'or refuse sat to do will
beineac. Aisoa, elI personms lam iing dematiis aga'nst.
aaalmid ensedl, atre reqhuestead tat present suach ale- I
om t uds, duily attesltd, to the undaersigntead.
LUCY JERNNINtGS ,
ELDRIED J. WILLS. jAd'ors t
MARitilD, in Hamburg, on the 16th inst., at the
house of John A. Houston, Esq., by Rev. M. Hun- '
tingtun, Mr. WILLIAM A. GARRETT and Mis.
ALLICE 31. HOUSTON, both of Edgefield Dis
DErA aern, this life at his residence near Hunt. d
burg in thia District, on the 4th inst., of Typhoid u
Faevr, Mr. JOHN B. GAltDNER. eldest son of v
Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. Gardner, agod .5 years and t
11 months. a
Just in the prime gf life he died, when sur- 0
rounded by all that made life most dear to biu,
leaving a young and loved wife and two precious tl
little children to mourn their los Hie was a warm
and generous hearted friend, kind and accommo
dating to all, and ever ready und willing to for
give an lujury. He had his faults as all of us
have, but they never emanated from the heart;
we that knew him most intimately, know best how
to appreciate his many noble traits-and the agony
that now almost rends our hearts, tella but too
well how much we loved him. Farewell dear one, t
we have loved thee on earth, may we meet thee in 0
Divine Service will be held at Spann's Chureb, sj
on Wednesday the 30th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.
Alpo, Divine service will be held at Harmony
Church, on Friday the ist dlay of February, at 12
J. S. CONNOR, PASTO.
We are authorized by the friends of Mr.
BERRY HORNE, Sr., to announce him a Candi
date for Tax Collectar of Edgefield District, at the
Jan. 9,. 181 aIf1
[ I Firm of Drs. BLAND & HILL has beenI
dissolved by the appoititient of Dr. E.
BL..uND. as Surgeon of the Iet Regiment, S. C. V.
The undersigned will continue the practice of
Medicine as heretofare.
J. WALTER HILL.
Jan 19 St 3
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of James ;
.Sheppard, dec'd., will find it to their interest
to a.ee me before Return day.
G. J. SHEPPARD, Ex'or.
Longmire's Store, Jan 23 3t 3
T 'ISE indebted to me are earnestly requested
T 'to call and settle. G. J. SH EPPARD.
Jan 23 3t 3
A MULE-Seven years old, 1.1 hands high,
A and perfectly sound.
R. H. MIMS.
J.an 23 2t 3
T2 those that are indebted to me, I will say the
T right owner of the money you have had se a
long is now of ago and wunts his money. I hope:
you will meet we at Elgeficld C. H., on sale da.i
in February next anl paay me siome or all that you
,)we ue, that I may be able to settle with Lim.
Those failing to do so (n that day will have to
settle with the Sherifi.
Jan 23 t 3 f
LL Persona indebted to us by Note or Ae. n
count will call anal mike s.,nme satisfactory
arrangements by the 10th February next-uther- 1
ise they will be sued indiscriminately. r;
SMITH1 & JONES.
Jan23 t V1
L L persons inudebtedl to the late Cionradl Liowry,
-r jaetters ot Admecinaistratiion, in all and:-inr. gubier,.
he goodsl :atn. chlaIttIes. righl ce a: .dl creit!s of Ge,-. t
u.. a*e ot' the District ;afwevni,1, der.aal
cd singular. the kindlre.l und creditors of the said
deceased, to bie and aupear baefore mec, at our next
)rdin~ary's C,-urt f'or thae nead histrict, to be holden
at Edgaetjeld C. 11., onc the :th ay eaf Jan,0 imst.,
to show ense, if anziy, why the said udlninistration
ehhould not be granated.
Given under my haand aid seunl, this ub day oaf
Jn., ini the year of iaur Lord one thuosand eighta
hundred anid .sixty.or.e, aend in the $5th year of
WC. F. DUISOE, o.r..mi.
N OTrICE.- -A iat caf 5ny--riiar lull hcanas
uisly meno. to hire unt :--r the ;,resetar.
Aiply to TV. J. MacKIE.
Woodlawn, $. C., Jan. 2:1, ::c 3 I
A Li L perso.s indebted to the Estaute uat' Jrames
11. Swearenagin. adee'd., irilar ta, his death,.t
are mequestedl to make inmmediote paymeent; andl t
hase haaving claimas acgainst said Estate will render e<
thm in propjerly att s.d.
'I heu proeceedings of the Georgin~ca Statce Canven
tion will be re.lahrtedl for the DISPaA Tjil. It alna
.:antainas the latest News frin Washingtain. Char.
Ies tain, Ac., anal theC me.rket repocris frama the parin
iatl Cities. 'Termus, .'ad ets. a mncth-$4 a yers..
IAdd ress S. A. AT KINSON,
Jan 1U 4t
clgList of Letters
REMAINING in the Post Otiee for the queer
erending the 31.-t Deceiaber, t$6t. Persona'
eligfor letters in this hi.-t, wililaplease saey ad
A. lf.--J M Adlalisain, J M Andaersian. Jacobl
iae, Dr La 1t lourbelle. ::, J N IIudca:;r-4, W L;
lairri. J1 J llake, J II Brown, J P ]Bates, S Dutler. C'
Lruaiv WV llnswell. 11
C. D~.-J U Coaurtncey, J Curry, R ti W Claerk, si
Miu S Caehaert. J Cubocul, J M' Carpentaer, Mr1?
M Cruger, J M1 'lark, Mies S Coilemnan, W~ Danie: d
Mis< C Doyle. E Devore, -- Dlinaughter, Col A iw
I. Dekrineg, Jr A Dean, Mrs M1 Darna.
E. l'. t.-M Etheeredge. (I J Fairly, D (Gi'chcri.i, n
C Grillin, :t, J IW Graham, .Misa A Garrelt, 2. 't
Garrett, Wmn Gregg, K Grie, Mrs M1 Giamillion, r
Mis S Grice.
HI. J. I.-Mrs. 3! Hade, 2, WV Heath, 3. Jesse
lowrd, L lailstan, A Illin. A G lnvird, ::, N
larling, P' Iagan. WV G Harris. WV WV ltavared, A
.1 Hammoranil, J1 H Jenncinegs, M1 Jones, WV T Junae,
3, 5 Jaohnsont. Mrs 31 Jones5. J Kitutbrel. 31 r Key.r
L. M. N. U.-D)r Landrum, J C Lark, 31 Law
Sln, Miss F A Liowry, TVe itiiLamnr. 2, A J Lanier,
E Lybrandl. J Lanegley, J Lowrna. 11 C Miathews
T F Mitchell, Wmn Martcina, 2, L. Myer, T 11 Med
ii, W Mc-Daniel. Mra C Mobile~y. TV Matheis, WV C
Mithell, J Mclev t-, W II Mc~l~h-, Miss J La
Margan. S Mahiry. M1 1 Meriwetha-r, WV S Mabley,
Jeahn Noa. Mrs E Nichol.-on, M1 Niables, Rev A J
P Nris, WC T Nels n, 31 Nash, Mrs C Norris, WV
W Narris, TV Oamkmua.
P.~ I. T -Il Posey, T Panrl aen, 11 31 Posey, ~
P latr A. Craeftam..DI. Payne,. 31 Parks, T1 Pialeat,I
S~rgt Jans P're-ly, Miss S Pa:ttersan, 31 P'aysoan, J.
Ieabo, Miss C Rac,. Miss M1 Rahirn, A Rae,J
Miss S tu~hb, S lRosenluth, M.. 11 31 T'arbell, J
W. Y.--W W Warb. Z Wecavar, C Wilsn. ~J D I
Willias, WC S West, J Witliamirs, Mrs S William.
T M1 Yancy, J Yates.
A. iBAMSAY, P. M.T
Jan 23 2t. 3
ALL perions indlebted tao the Estate of the latea
Jaohn S. Ituzzcad, deceased, must make pay- I
m-ct bay the 1th day if February next, oar they'
will he ened i ;tad th..V lhniing deandls eganinut
the Estate of sicid alecacasd, mueest presendIt thetn
pra erly .ttested-I aincerely dlesiraelhat all per
Isans intecrestedl will give dlue atitentiuon tic this no
Itre as the said Estate munt be settled up) at as
early ac day as possille.
J. WV. EUZ'/ARDI, Aalm'or.
Jan. 2:t, I18%.. 3c
')UR L.KEL.Y NEt RlO MEN.BAO.
Sheriff's Sale I
B Y Virtue.of eunIry Writs of Fieri Facias t
me dir.sete.1, I will proceed to stll at EJge
ield Court Iouse., on the first Moniidy in Feb
Dex, the following property in the following cases
The Bank of Hamburg. S. C. vs. M. A. Crafton
Moses Taggart and wife, M. E. Taggart, Thooma
S. Craftun dnd Snowden S. Crafton. One Trict o
Land containing Five hundred anu sixty (560
aro, more or lovs, adjoining lands f Jeff2. Nixon
Lhe Estate of John W. Garrott, Joieph lerri
other and others-the property of the Defeudan
Mrs. M. A. Crafton.
J. F. C. Settle vs John L. Nicholsan : Otbe
P'laintiff's ve The Same, One Negro, Blty name.
Isnae Harris vs. Wm. E. Legg; It. S. Millai
re The Sate; Ch,,sfe, St. Amand & Croft vs Th
Same ; Other Plaiutiffe vs The Same, One HIou<
and Lot of Lan! Astualel in the Vilage of Edge
ield, where the Defendant n3w roesides, e-intain
ing one aore, muore or loss, and adjoining lands o
Lewis Jones and othere.
W. P. Btler vs. U. Boulware ; 1. T. Daviv
gent, vs. Thu .Sme; Other Plaintiffs vs. Th
ama, One flouse and Lt of Landi in the Villagi
.: Edgefield containiog Thirty (30) acres, mor
)r leis, adjoiving lands of 11. Fra:ier, R. T. Mimm
r. J. Whitaker and others.
Wesley Rinivh.:rt vs. J. W. Sminh, A. F. Lang
ford and C. Snelgrove, One Tract -f Land eon
tai. ing Twenty (211) aeros, more or csi, r.djoiamai
lands of Allen Ethoridge, Cholsey Knelgrove an
utbere-the property of the Defendant J. V
H. W. Rieisrd, Ads'tor., vs. Ameis Shealy, On
Traot r.f Land containing Three hundred andt fift
(350) arres, more or less1. adjiining lands of Wil
on Hltistein, Mrs. Julia Norris and others.
W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, vs. M. D. L. Millei
W. Miller and J. J. Kennedy, One HUuse and Lt
of Lnuil in the Town of llabniurg, 1nown in ib
plan of said Town ur Lot No. 1.16, containing fift:
feet front by two hundred feet deep. bounded Em
by Mechanic Street, and South by Rbertson St.
the property of M. D. L. Miller.
E. J. Wlkir aindt Julien Cummings vi. Mose
Harris: B. Jabes Rtyan vs. The Smints, One Trae
of Land where the Defendant resides, coieitlin
two hundred and thirty-two (232) ecres, more u
lhis, adjoining lands of BIeuj. Bettis, Joselo'
Swerengin and Lewis Miles.
James Smyly, Adw'or., vs. Uriah Hodge, On
Tract of Land, containing fifty.three (53) aere:
to re or less, adjoinuitg lAids of James ttudgeri
T. S. Wright sd others.
John Fox vs. Bluiet Padgett; various othe
Pintiffs vs. The Samo, One Tract of Land coa
taining Two hundred (200) atres, more ior ls:
adjoining lnnds of Manchester Padgett, Rusue
Padgett and others.
Alram Jones vs. Jerry Padgett: other Plaiz
tiffs vs. The Same, One Tract of land conlainin
Four (4) neres, more or less, adjoining lauds
Thus. S. Bates, Winney Palgett and others.
M. B. Wever vs. Jaihn It. Wever; M. Labordi
urvivtor, vs. John R. Wever and othots; othe
Plantiffs vs. Tho Sume, One .Negro runaau Care
line and her Three children, Ella Delia and a
J. H. Wells, for another, vs. John Autry ; k
Penn, Agent, vs. The Same, Other Plaintiffe vi
The Same, One Tract of Land containing One hun
drd and fifty (150) acres, more or less, adjoinin
lands of B. T. Boatwright, Mrs. Elizabuth Bu2]
Joseph Hightower vs. Wade Franklin, Allei
Franklin and Bienj. Burton; Other Plaintiffi r.
Allen Franklin, One Tract of Land containin,
Two thousand (2000) acres, more or less, boundei
by lands of Wmi. Gregg, Kisiah Swvearingen ant
u:hrs-the property of the defendant Ailen Fran
John Ashlursts vs. T. S. Hudson ; Coily, Forei
&Co. vs. W. It. & T. S. Hudson; O her iainthl
vs. T. S. Hudson, One Fine Carriage, the propert!
if the defendant, T. .. ludmsun.
John CoUTrn vs. CLrstopher Weatherington
Other Pnirntitis vs. The Same, One Trnet -t Luat
:oitainuing Three hundred (300) acres, moire 01
les, bounded toy landsa of leiry Rush, Wmt. C
Brooks and O1 hers. A!so, Four Negro alaves viz
Lucy, Sally, Jenny and Lucinda.
Johnson A. Bland and tothers, who rue fur the
use of C. Lowry, vs. L. 8. Juhnu and wit'e lIar.
rit E., 0ue Trat of Land, known a., the " Egypt
ract," ctsotaiuing Two hundred antd fi-ty.evet
-) acres, wore or les', adjoiniug lands of F
W. Pickeus, the Estate of Rtichardl .urton ant
ibers. Also, lFour Neg-ro ilaves, viz: Jerry, Pa.
tence, Lewis and Gleorge.
J. A. LBlund anda tothers, Ex'iors., for ano~the:-. v.
,5 nt i....:....' T.. ilhan Wever, One Negrm
L..00 EF1 ELI) DISTRlICT.
IS URDIXNI tY.
Miles Prescott, Plaintill, vs. Nancy Prescotli
las. . P'rcecott, .Jmhni H. P'recoatt, Wmn. Lilet
Iuarlian adt li:cum of hIs niinor children ani
I Y nni Order froim the OJrdinary. I shall pro
cued to Sell1 it Edtgetieldl C. 11., mon the tirs
Monday ini Fe~bruairy ne~x:, te Iteal Estate
Ricardi lr. i-mitt dic-'dl. , cui:.-intg of a T R A C
tiR P'A RCEIL OF. LAND) lying withirs two tand
half iles of Edgefteld C. HI , in thte hiisriiet ani
Stl~e afores.,idt, co-naining One haundlred (I 0il
eres, motre tar lese, tand- banunded byv eul, of .'i
Frnzier, A. iieik, A. Blushnetll and' others.
TEXX.-Said itand will ibe sold on a credit un
til the tirst dnay Dece.muber 18:51l. P'urchtiser ta gi
lHnid wi:hi ginud seenrity, and a Mor:ago to tha
Ordinary to secure the putrchase mey. Costst
.e paid in cash. Trites a-t ra.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Tan 7 4 -it 1
& OrjcD PA INTElR to hire bay the da~y, mtonti
a. y..tr. ir byr the job. lHe is quni;iedl for iih
Alp" , a od IIAJRNE.SS MAKE l o hire b;
the iiunnatis or year aifter the l.-t Febiruzary next.
I will dteliver anzy i1-tntniity of roundl pinto woo
in the Vilhig.-, at one dollar ande fifty cents for
ftiur hor.-.e tumid. JO1HN H UIET.
J ia 1.1 IIf '
Cash and. Cash Only !
IlE Suiri iber hav'ing tm~voe his S l't.CK 0:
a;it'Ec~lh S, .te., io the Corter of Jeffei
.1n andi Sptiain 5:reer, to thu Stoare lins lformtu
ly epild by Wi*t~itt .t lludtemn, will b'e happ.yt
ait car his trinen-de und customnurS who wiht
buy Famtily lirmceries for the CASH.
One aind all of tiy tcustaomers whao havre bee
-etting their ..upplies on a low idays timue tare earti
mvtly requtietd tm ctall ataid settle very sooni, as
must h-ave montey.
JanT - f 1
N'~OTICE.--A!I persons indlebtid to the E.
tate of Dr. A. I. Hliwardl, dec'd., are retiuest
cit toake payment, andi tho.se hiavint deniandi
against the saie. to pressnt themr piroperly at
ieste. JULIANA H OWARD'I A'o
Ii. D). TILLM AN. pdo
May Ia 12 19
WWl. havie placed in the htands oif Mr. S. I
GOODE .tir entire butinen, and reqlues
a:l whi tare indt-bred to us to call atid settle with
o t lelay. Mtost ,.f thse who aire indebttedl to u
know th.: t-iruttttanes which etiused us to Ieurv
ur ~usiess tit thtis ptarticu'.ar time. andi hepe flu
n.otives matty lie appreciated, anid prompit pay
mett be made by those indlehted to us.
COLEMAN A DEAN.
Jan 13, tf 2
Db. ELIIERT BL AND has placedl in my hand
Jhis Notes for collectin, and I am .tuthorise'
ty hit to say to atll, that unless they are paidi ii
full, or ratisfactoiry arraingetnents made by lt
5th day of Feultry next, they will bie sued in
discrimntely. 8. F. GOODE.
Jan1.4 tf 2
Ti~lIE Subscribers have now in Sttire a LARGO
..and CO~ilP1LETE :assortment of
Emb racittg the best vatrieties of Seed now extant
Call in early and get your supplie5 fromt our ful
tnd entirely PRLESIH Stoek.
C. W. & J. 1[. Ul0DGES.
Jan g tf 1
M IS. HI. E. McNEIL has remocedl to th
Printing Office Building, where sno will be
pleased to attend to the cnlls of her eustunters a
JanP 9?. 1
OST OR MISLAID, a Note on M. A
R. 1asox, tiunrdian, for Twenty-four Dollars
unspressind as being given fair Commissinrer's costi
in Ihis (Rtastm's) appointmnict to the gutardtian
zaip of his three childiren. All persoans atre fore
waarneda agains~t trading for said Naite.
Jan~ la 2t 2
WANTED.-A GhOOD Clored NlURSE.
expiened and reliable. Apply at thi
ILINERY AID DRs M1It1
. I15S S. JAN E 1A. I TOIN restectful.
- M ly inform..:e Llied of Edgeoe!d that he
wi:l cou:iouo the lusine.t* recently carried on by
'1r.. E. r. IIAMIILTON, at the some old sand,
and feeli costilcnt from her l..ng experie.ce :n
the .lMillioery businaes tbat she will be enabled to
f pleago all who tuay favor her with their patrtonage.
Orders will ho promptly atteued to, a4 all
work shall 1e dono in thee ueattet aid 1uost fseh
I have on hand the remaiuiug St,,sk of Mrs.
Itamilton's MILLINERY GOODS which eunsiste
of a variety of fbahionablo 1lON.NETS, RIB
BONS, R OUCHlEM and FLOWERS;
I Also, a variety or Chei'e Heai DRESSES:
Elegant Pearl lHatir NETS and 'earl Sraws for
I have a fhw Infan's Glengary CAPS, very
Also, CORETS and Pkirt StIPPORTER!,
Al! of a hich will be svdd very choap.
r Jan 2 tf 52
" QTI I I (ll~lllIQ "
- 1 E undirsigned propose pabl'.hing abott the
- first of Janutary next, or as smon thereafter & *
practicable, at Darlington Court Ilou,e, a N.tr
I Poper, to be e-alled the " SOUTIlERN COE FED.
ERATION." It is inteded to be an Ixilurax
nesy Juurnal, devOtLed to the Various InWets of
the community, and ac,troled by nu par.y or
clique. The object of ita Edit.rs will boo to fur.
ni-h a 11, rekly Plpr, which will brng to the fire.
sidem ot its readers, the news of the day le eve'y
department, as far as it can be condensed in sa
amall a space. We will dovote a large space to
Lit,-rary, Agricultural Rnd Miscelinneus subjecta.
In Pclitiev, as its nome imuporw, it wii hie iAarwoa1
ly Southern, advecatir.g a speedy mud final siin.
ration of the Plavcholding, fron: ' be u n slave.lo.ta
lug States. and the fooraAtion of a "1 T0 l Elt.N
CONFEDEtATION" to' friendly Stater. leuaguiei
together by' the tio.- of comme.,n intert-, and cos.
t moe ilanger. The timsf are portent:oas. and the
; South noods the united strength of all liar s-nd;
r we shall therefore. so iedeivor to euindluct our
3 Paper, as to make it an ul-Q.eplable visitor, even to
thosee who may not agrei with us in opinion in
e matters of deall. It wid lle our object to per.
suade and to convince, not toa sting and to wound;
, to curb the rash and hend.ong, and t,, stir up the
tardy and indi'eroent to a sense of their danger.
r The Paper will be pulblishod weekly, ut Too
Dollacre pee annen,, in idrance.
JAMES H1. NORW OD' Edtora
iWM. E. ZIMMtltMAN,
JESSE W. NORWIJOD. and I Aer.
December 18th, 1800 tf I
For the New Year!
lIE Subscriber annonnees t,, Vis inumrrous
customere, that he hat J UST R EPLEN-11H.
ED his Stock with wany inew amd desirable
Goods Suited to the Season,
Which makee his Stock very cowplete and ready
for the opening of the New Year's trade, which
will be sold on reasonable terms to punctual cud
A very liberal discount will be mado on eateb
. g Grooceries sold for cash only.
E. PENN, Agent.
Jan 2 tf .2
For the New Year!
PENN, Agent, has just received and for
Ed sale low fur Catch,
Fine Rio and Old Java COFFEE;
Fine Black and tireen TEAS;
Coffee and Browni SU(IARS:
Crushed and Pulverised SUGAR;
Clarified SUGARS, A. It. and C.
Fine SYRUP and MOLASSE8;
Fine English Diary CHUESE;
Goshen BUTTER of very superior quality;
Fresh Sodi, Butter and Sugar CRACKERS;
Fine Fresh RICE;
Appl. aid White Wise VINEGAR;
POWDER, SIIOT and LEAD, Ac., Ac.
Jan 2 'tf 52
ICharleston an~d Liverpool
Fraser, Trenholm a o
NO. 1, ItUMFORD) PLACE,
metbythis line. siul ferwared the sauue by the
- ylsT SU CCEEDINIJ PACKETS, an ilbe
n lwaystprep~ared4 ta give anyl information that nmay
b e desiredl.
Arrane~remsents for Freighit or Paseeage may also
bie masde in Charleston, by ;alsiation to
JO0l FRASER & (0.,
-Cenatrat Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
-The undiermue:tionaed first etays aid fast siling
Chartest,n Ships have~ bettr already placed upon
the liue, and others will be tedded as soon asr
&ilir:; D~ay of the Shkips of thLu Line.
LiverpooJl N. mes. Master Charleston
5th June, S*.k c~ti. Owess, N'orton, Aug. 10.
15th June. *Et~axA Bosseazit, Michbael, Aug. 31.
:jth Junec, etiospAf, Lelaby, Sept. 20.
15th JIuiv. E Sr. PUtrexK, Tessier, Oct. 10.
.15th An;~., Joux~ Ya.tsrat, Hlerbest, Oct. 30.
eThee three diates are miade to aapprcaximate ft'r
cla ths..nvensieace saf imaprterre fir the Fall tradl.
Future arranagemenats eill he dJuly advertised.
I Ma~y 17 mhy 19
State of South Carolina,
EDGEF JELD) DISTRICT,
IN ('O.IIIOX J'LE.AS.
O tl.PM.\N R AN.N>A LL. alhs is ina the cuistody~
-.. f thae Sheriti oaf Edlgeli.ldl District, by vir.
-tue oft a Writ of Capaa ad Satiefaciendumai at the
Ssuit ofr Jaamrs II. Senresngin, hcsving tiled in my
U I tlee. toagethesr with a Schsedule' on oath of his
etalte asnd efeetts, his petition to the (Court iif Cona
mant Plezas prayitng bt he ac iy bei admnittedi tot the
-iheeit uf the Act iaf the tjenstal Assemnbly made
I fo the selief of Insolvcant l~ehiirs, It is therefore
areread, That the ssiud Jiame, H. SwearengLin andi
all other Creditosra to awhom the said Hlolomsan
Rtialall is ina ansywim ir~cdebted, lie aned they are
heraby aeunmumsoned anal have nutie toc appear be
- Cre the satid Cacnrt sat Edlgefieldl C. Il., on Tues
day thse fifth day f M arch next,. to show unuse if
aniy they csa why the prayer of the petition afore
said shoauldl not be grant.edl.
S. HA R RISON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Oflic, Dec. 34, 1860. 3m 48
AND ONION SETTS.
- N GREAT QU.ANTITY AND TAR1liTY, and
t I fcr >acle at low prices lav
A. J. "PELLETIER A CO.
r Iuaburg, Dec 11 3m 49
NOTICE THIIS.--AIl persons Indebated to
th sate of James Rushton, dee'd.. (pre.
viaus to his death,) sn.ust settle up by the 10th of
Ferary next. The debts of the BEtate will lie
pressinig me and1 I uaa have the money. All
those havisng demands against the Estate waist
rnder them in by that time, as I want to know
Ithe inadebtedness of the Estate.
a Dec19 ~ S. B. WHIATLEY, Adm'r.
Dee 1 - it 50
EDG EFI ELD C. H.,
Jan. 15, 1861,
O RD E RS, 5O -
T IP. UPPER BATTALION of the 7th Regi
went will parade at the Pine House, on Sat
urday next, the 18th Janah purpose of
raising a Company ofl Y o ~ a
with the rient Act of the Loj
-An Armed Force." -
By order of
HI. W. .tusec., Brig. Major.
Jan 15 It 2
Prepare for Battle !
lIE Books. Notes and Accounts of Hudson &
ICcagurn sire in the hands of L. R. Cogburna
.,r colloethun. All thoe who are indebted are
earnestly requested to call and settle before Re
turn Du'v. " The wise take heod, but the simple
pas on and are punisbad."
HUDSON & COGBURN.
JanS 15 4t 2
- OTICE.--AlI persons are required to come
I forward andi settle their indebtiednoss to me
as Admainistator of Jobta L. Doby. diee'a. Tbese
failing to cotmply with this request, will hare an
oportunity of incunrring costs.
'W31. E. DOBY, Adm'or.
public that lie has just received
Superior Plain and Figured Black SILKS;
SS; Fancy Ottoman REPS
n, Valenciennes and Point Lace SETTS, of
DI.1FF. and T IPPETS;
1, Saxony and Shaker FLANNELS;
LTINGS; 12-4 Linen SUEETINGS;
Damaask DILA PERS
INS and DOYLES:
IANO COVERS; Marseilles QUILTSi
ity ; a large as.<ortnent Negr 1L, A N Ki.'S;
G(eorgia STRIPES ;Cotton OSNABURGS.
TIlER ARTICLES FOR
ANTAT ON USE,
'I WILL BE
)W E ST PBICES I
nine the assortment.
ELLING OFF AT COST
rlHE Undersigned huving determined to elose
lup their businee-s. will from this date offer
heir ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
AT COST FOR CASH.
COLEMAN & DEAN.
Nov27 If 47
LFALL & WINTER.
C. 1iRAN has just rec*eived his Stock
g of FALL and WINT ER OODS, anti would
uvite the LaIlies and Gentlemen of Edgefeld to
0ll in and ev mine his assortment which we
urchtsed with much care from direct Importt-te
a Charleston. His Stock consists in part of
Plain Black and Fancy SILKS;
WORSTEDS and POPLINS of the latest and
10st fashionable styles ;
G INS IAMS and CALICOES in variety;
CLOAKS and SHAWLS, very pretty;
A few tine Velvet BONNETS;
BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
Ladios' and Misses HATS;
FEATHERS, TRIMMINGS, &c.;
EMBROIDERIES, a beautiful asslortment;
)IANDKERCIIIEFS, GLOVES, &c.;
HOOP SKIRTS, &c., Ac.
Table DAMASK, :DOYLIES, DIAPERS and
TICKINGS and LINSEYS;
FLANNELS of all kinds:
SIIEETINGS and SHIRTINGS;
Kentucky .JEANS, SATINETS;
CA SSIMERES, a splendiel article;
KERSEYS and PTATNS;
STRIPES and OSNABURGS;
Bed and Negro )PLANKETS, &c.
Ladies, Misnes and Children's SHOES, GAI
(Gent's and Boy .OOTS and Sh OES, all kinds;
Plantation BR~OGA NS, kn.
otught in either 1Iiuaburg or Augusta.
BIROKfEN WAltE OF" ALL HINDS,
BROKEN CHA.RS, TABLES. &c.
BtuoK.N ttrcsrocKs ANDi B1tg:iY Sn.Wrs.
J);ret,i.-Wairtu until thain and ajpply quick,
nul let vet '.4 hours Itefuire u..
R.iL. GE T, Du. .
Dr. Mati' Great Remedy,
'r the cure of Ce'nstumptionund ziall naaenner of
r-emiuawat. I ref. r to Cal.t. Wn. Seig'.er, Loung
lire's : Cat Willis St..-e. Mit. Willing ; Jats. P.
'hm:ap'an. Esq , Mine Creek; Lake Rt. Tilhuunn,
O.leield, S. C.
r. Cullen's Rh elmlat.IsmI Rlemedy,
I refer you to i. 1'. I .:ehaer. Esq., Aiken, undl
I 1. Chambelarlatin, El. Ri ehobe,:h, '. C.
Fever, Agie, anhd Liver PilIk,
hc eres whent all other remne.lir~s fail. I refer
a 1;enj. ti;lantona. E.-q., Edlgefiehld, S. C.; Elijab
,lomo~n, E.-q., New York, andl Lieut. L.. HI. Pack.
r, llamtnburg, S. C.
.rkCall tad See tute when you comne down,
hethter you want t., buy anythinag eur not.
Rt. i.. iENritY, Agent.
pg-"All of the abo.vti Mediiie tr nale by
'nyt. E.gM. P'ENN, Edgencahi, S. C.
laumburg., Aug "if7
tate of South Carolina,
EDG EFTELD DIST~ICTO.
15.'. oe>I.1tR .
i ILES D. MIMS, Atuplienant, vs. Fredlerick
EIrunlu anad his wife Stary, P'olly Overstreet,
'usan Shbeppasrd, ichaurd G..regory anad his wife
largaret, Andirew Yaunce in right ut: his wife Tenae,
ee'., Elizabeth Yance, Juli.t Yuaner, Elitsa Yance,
,argare Yuce, Allena Yaunce, Ellen Yoner', Mu-.
lida YnneeI'. (1ialriel Toicee, A lrum Y,.neeCL and
,arah Youce, in right u.f their mother Tenat Yoiaee,
.ascnsed ; Caleb Lights andi his wife Nancy, Levy
foyer and his wife Ruth, Eliabeth Huiet, Wil
ainm Huiet, Davidl Huiet, John Ergie in right of
is wife Rosa, deceasedl ; Arteunus Ergle, Williamz
rgl, Ruth Ergle, Tilmatn Ergle, tGetrge Fripp
ndl his wife Dolly, Elizt Ergle:, Mary Erft..
utwela Ergic, Samuel Ergle, Daniel Ergie, Hl.ai
.i, Ergle and Louisa Erglt' in right of :beir
at'her Rosa, dleceasedl ; John Yonce at.'d hias wrire
It appenaring to. my satisfaction thsat Willina
li. Dtavidl hluiet. Caleeb Lighata aud his wife
fany, andi George Fri5'p and his wife Dully, Dc
endants in the aibove ettae case, reside beyond
le limits of this States It is therefore ordered
hat they dlo appear and object to the division or
ale of the Retal Estate of Mary Ann Hluiet, dee'dl.,
n or before the fourth (Ith) day of Febaruatry
ext, 1861, or their consent to the same will be
ntered of record.
Wi. F. DURISOE, o.a.a.
Nov. 7', 1860 lit 45
SOTICE.--All penouns indebted to. the Es
tate of Jesse Raaba, dna'd., are hereby no
ified to make paymnut forthwith; anti all such
have demand. against said Estate will present
hem to the l'ndersigned, attested as the law re
uires. RfJIT. RAMBO1, Aalm'aar.
Dec 5, 6lt 48
OICE.-I appoint Mr. George J. Shep
.pard may Agent, during may absent from the
istrit. All persons having demands against me
rill present themt to him, and those indebted will
lease make paymtent.
Me. A. MA RK1lIRT.
Jan. 9, 18ti1 .it 1
OTICE.--All persons indebted tot the Ez'
tate of E. Rt. Mills, dec'd., are requestedl to
ay the same before Return Day, or they will be
aei. Thosu having demands against said Estate
ill pleaso render them in forthwith, puroperhy at
ested. W*. F. STREET, Ad'or.
Jn 3t I
Winety-Six High School.
THE Exercises of this Institution
*t =will be resumed on the 4th Monday
of January, 196l, undier the superin
tendlance of Mr. JT. MANLY WAL.
Rtes of Tution andl Itauuard the u'ame as thosa
f similar Institutions ui' learning;.
Foar further ptartielatrS aplay to, the Principatl,I
r to WM. CA RTER, Chairman,
Board of Trustoes.
N..y-c:., . Cs., a II 7n i
A Felt Wa
TO BIE SU PPIIN
O X.J.4e 4th Woodnw day lu January 1-%61, the
0 ulhaerier lropete, ith The aid of COX
PETENT 8OUTlERN TEACHERS, to open #
HIGH SCHOOL in Ailen, S. C., fur tL
eduncaiua of YOUNG LADIES, not only it wheat
is urnamtental, but especially ik what is ureful.
For information as to terma, ue., apply to Lim
at Aiken, S. C.
VM. W. SAM a.
NY ' 44
Edgefield Female College
TIlE PROJIRlTtlt of this Ilsti
tAt"iaa will he prepareXad I.- thae frst
MUn1day in Jaenuary so. it, to bard a
liaitef number o: Pulils i, hip tana.
ly. fig duesf thif % lth a deep frut
(of .. raesploniillity anrd ware thus aistmedj, Ut4
with aon honest depire t, dlischarge taialfully ie
duties which Iay therelv be itaposeod. It is Iay&
a naLtier of prefeiretcuo-the suvcess of the 66hvUl
emuands -that auch an :grangx%1ux soALO eiW
1ivurd p-.r S.asa-.n effire n.7QuAe (or twa.1y
vvctko.) o. sludingV crar' t jcp rc. 4r.4 reprart. ;,
Whieh will be, -,. r t u, $60.00, k,%. at.t '.,4a
4,alJ in adwio, 1nd fle aGI, ad t.r aIe'e 6f eaih
Terousa of Tuition, and aott ter toeraruy 4.
fAornati..n given it, the Catalugur, %hib.h -6W 1 te
sent upona aplie..IJan.
JONN R. GWALTNEY..
De 12 49
LIBERTY i HILL
W titke great peaure in seeing to aMr
friesil and1a1lh%: thea11lie gt.necreaU) st-at the
exercls..s of thIs iahueil tiil beI re-tw.md o te
seco-nd Mo~.1day in Jaituary 1061, undeir the .-ulpei
vi:i..n --f MFL'a M A. $&Ml. who. wa, t
red at Cacra-lina 11. uale Colleg. iw Naorti. atelI
un, ound h&.- Lai nu e u.xe.re a' thee y.-ap.
Mi,,' IM-ITH cunu. ints e.ar vi i.ity A:tb tie
heot -.f recomanundatinsy 'ai a insurearev iti I
brencheci urually taught in a firat clas Fruealp
Svheol. We also way Lto our ftliioll that Min
SMITH has horn raised atusng us in the .ai,
and possesI social q-:aiisi.-e that will r-ader
her an ncquiaiti..n to any circle in whit h h .r l.t
may be cast. We think thut Y..uug Lxdi-i whco
wih to I roere- tha.rougthl for C-1l1 ge ar :aqui0
a good Acadumic eduesation entsLUt 1e4 betar aty
RATES OF TUITION.
PFat SEas:oN or FIYX MorrTa,
Primary English brunhehe ............$7.0
l!i:h-r ...... ........- - 7 a.
'Mu e On l'ian.............................. 2o.0
'so ccf Piano 1.er 4e!Ai t.................. 2.(0
Ga...d lIunitd cn be jreeured ca.eni.t to -tly
F.., further particels4r.s eej.j.y to citha r of Alw
undecrtigned at Lea:.semir'e' ttaor.- l'.ut (:13ie. S. $
W. T. W E.IT. I
Ii. J1. SHI EP',4t.D,
A. G. WIIITY,
.1. 15. 11A llt 1;N,- I i
R. M. FULLER. J ?
De12 ,f 4'
Who Wants to Move to
PERSONS who live in Gourgia. Alabama and
South Carolina, uho are too busy aintrhave
not time and money to cume to Arktisaa t." 1'..k
and buy laands before remuving ren aval; thsu
saolve of my a.ervicer to EN'Ek LANDS utsa
HOMES fur thess here-ahere the lande ure' gcaal
and level, and will arage from 100 to 1,5041
pounde rteed eutton and 15 to 20 bushel corn pe-4r
aere, upon tha follouing terms: By et-ding we
Drafts upon New Orlense or New YurJ, $1 !5 1r
acre foar as much land as they wish en:enle, a0
my Commistions to be included in the Dra i. bMy
operation of this kind, will exte&;d only s-, Ca-.
huun county, in which I live, atd to land# witt.(u
franm 3 to 16 miles of Ouachita River, ah'eh is.
guoad navigation and accepsible tia the best GrTd
ry and Cotton market ha the world, all thinge tnga
oidered. I will be thoroughly acqnsinttd allik
the Government and State Lat.cl Law, st.d will
hare Plot of every Township and Section witin
15 miles of the tiver, -and will thereby ki.w
every acre of Punblie Land asubjaect tce ettry ; -nad
will here inform the peoppte In the old Frates, that
there are plenty lands beloe:gle.g to thu Statea
denoiminated Swanmp and W.:a Lande. ealjret taa
entry at 50 and 75 cents per atre, determained by
,14,...--- '---------: - '' ' ' .--et- es-d
shauld extst as to mny swnesy aend resgp.,.......
I refer toc the fuilaiwing lcighly rrpjectble aat.d
responsihale Alrmy atad inadividuacls.
- Address me at Port Oak, CalIhoun Cc.., Aykarsas.
Frota 40 to 3202 acees.........2 coratS par unare.
Frin 3!0 tca 640 aeres....... 20 er.- I.er aer.
F'rop 640 tu 1,000 cure. ad ul wurds, 1a eaetst5
Rzv.:a vo-:-Thn.. Raghind & Ca ; PRedd, Free
.t Co.: lP.tdd, Jcah~n.-et .* Cc..: Hlarrisa.n A 't
liatcheta & Mc(iehee, Colemh.us, (isa., bien. C'. II.
Meenll, Haon. Fedaa..ru Ma~ichael. a,d Ja kc K<-top
andl others, Buen:a Vi.-ta, (Ga. E. Ii. Walker. E4i.,
Forsyth. Ga. Rey. Jaese..h T. Turi-'r, Gioryia
Cenfereaace. Latupkin, ha. A. C. Spi.r Eti-.,
Sumster C. H., 5. C.
ISAAC T. ROBINSON,
P. 3..--L.and warrants acre just s god as the
money to secure Geftervament $1 25a Laned. A fee
of $1 for every 40 acres located uopen atih war
rants Is charged by the Lanad Offirirs. Many th.au..
sand were~s..f o. and 75e. lands, knowin ast't
and Swamap Lands, are as high arnd day aisu.y
Giovenmenta $1 26 Imad.
Aug. 1, 1860 6m 2
State of South Caroline,
Lain.lun Tuckaar, IJiI fcor Alremust,
John F. Eurn.. and others, Dinactecry. Coacet.
' r e.Iltein of IJ)Cd, ia
aluthridge William., ,,;, , ,~a, a o
J1c tanec. WcVi:liamsi, an t l oe.
P'eter Wilaieme aud others.j
IT *aypvsarincg ic my sati,taeriee thsat the D)'
f eaelaulj, ?iuathriclec Williaams. Jauso Wllias,
P'eur- Wi:Isam,.a Itutler Wil:iamav, Lora nga D). ti
sa, a.d his wias Freuces, Nare.L J:ackkosn, Ander
..nfl Iluns r an d his wife Mary. xadc Williamu -'j.
Bush atnd his wife Elizat.eeth r--si.le beyonel the
linaity t-f this Stsate. .On tUaations ccf Wc. Wc. Adsawaa,
Comip. Sclicitor, Orderedi that :ho. snid Daea.d..dats
do appear and p~leact, awor acr detsur to tii hi.l
withina three nauntha.. fr..ms thet dare aof thais arder,
ad. itn default therae, thet Bill sill ba tal.'ena
against therw pru aonfera-o.
Z. W. CAit WIL.E. ec.L .'
Commassn. Offico, Dieu. 14 1260. :tut
State of South Carolina,
B y W. F. Dturisoe, Esg., Ordinary, of Edgeriald
Whereas, William A. Clark, has appliesd tao in
for Letters of Administration, on all and sinagulss
the goods and ehattles, right.' anad credlits of Msary
Ciark, late of the -District aforesId, deteesed.*
*These area thaerefoare, to. cite andl adueonisha all
amil singular, the kindireod anad credia .rs if the said
decsed, to bce tend appear before ta -, a* ouar next
0:Niinary's cuurt for the saidi Diva to be holdena
sat Edgefield Court House, on tI - day of Jan.,
iet., to show cauto, if any, - .said adminsl
istration should not be grr.
Given under any hand - - -. 11tth day of
Jan., .ia the year oaf c- isand eight
hundred and sixty ighty.Sfith
year of .' -aariuanT
Sta : ina,
BY W.J r- ge
Wheresas, - ~ d om
far Lettears a ngolar,
the goods at - -f John
B tiardeer,' c'd!.
The-aa-;e, sh all
singala:.. e said
sa o oden
d C instt.,
4h0o10d naot be
Giveh under - of
Ja., is the ye -.gh u
hundred and ca of
One More - --. j.', 1,.
00NFEIT '--~. -a . a
Cwant oaf it -. . ' a -
peal for saetem a .. - , ..'at, we may. close lap
our late partnership.
After the'5th day of Feberuary all Notes-.asd
Acercuta yh settled will be-placed, withetdla
riminatiod, in the bands of ouir Attorney foreol,
letion. BLAND A BUTLI.E -
J..., St - . 'm