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place and seeing our Edgefield soldiers. I w
say for the benefit of those in suspenso, there
no probability of an attack just now, unless soni
thing unusual turns up. Maj. Anderson receiv
his letters and papori regularly from Washingtu
People should be quiet and not complain tL
Sumter is not attacked. They may rest aseur
it will not be c:hild's play. If they think so,
would advise them to go and take a peep at
Besides it would be highly improper for the pu
lie to be made acquainted with all the details co
cerning this matter. We must trust to those
authority. Their reputation is at stake, and th
will doubtless act con.ienciously and for the be
For the Advertiser.
MR. EDIToR:-If we have a war between t]
North and South, it must become bitter and se
tional. In such an event, every arm of the se
vice will be called into action. There baa been 1
call for volunteers from the Cavalry, because a
cording to law and the spirit of their organizatio
"hoy are required to be ready to march into batt
.t the order of the Commander-in-chief. T)
Governor has not called for volunteers from th
arm of the service, as it would be an absurdity
call for volunteers from volunteers; but he hi
placed them upon a war footing.
I am glad to see that the Edgefield Squadron
in such a prosperous condition. There are no
four companies, the "Edgefield Hussars," Cap
M. C. BUTLER; the "Jefferson Nullifiers," Car
Jons F. TALBERT; the " Saluda Sentinels," Cap
A. D. BATES, and the "Edgefield Rangers," Cap
ANDREW J. HAMxoND. Both officers and men al
composed of the very best material, and are bout
to make their mark against any enemy, if occi
sion should arise.
But while we are gratified at the success of tl
Cavalry in this District, we regret to learn thi
the Abbeville Squadron is in a less flourishiE
condition. It seems that the " Banner District
is about to lower her colors in reference to th
arm of the service. I trust that the good old Di
trict has patriotism enough to furnish her requii
ite number to the Infantry ; and still have me
enough left to bring into her service her due quol
It is true that neither the Infantry Companiq
that are now being raised, nor the Cavalry wi
have a place in the first battles; still so soon :
the seat of war is changed from the sea coast an
becomes general, they will comp in fur a full shat
of the dangers and honors of battle. The Cava
ry in the war of the itevolution did good servic
The success of Lee's Legion, of Marion and h
men, and Sumter, are conclusive of their impoi
tance and efficiency. In a slave holding countr
their necessity is greater than any where elvi
History proves that they have always been th
readiest arm of the service to l.ut down and quo
anything like insubordination among our slavei
I trust that the temper of the times will rekind]
the patriotism and military ardor of the Abbevill
squadron, and that they will give evidence of it, b
early filling up their diminished ranks.
For the Advertiser.
The Victims at Turner's House Mae
Several years since while reading to my mothe
an account of this massacrv, from "Jhnsoun' Tra
d,tione of the te'rulertu,"-page 420-21-sh
gave me the uaanes of a number of the victims.
intended then to have published them, but fc
some cause or other ncgtcte. it, and soon afite
the list was mialaid. Recently I ca:ne acrossi
and send it to you. It contains only tlaven
the twenty-two who perished. The :eoxaind.:r bha
escaped her memory. Perhaps there may he ye
living in Edigefield District some octogenarial
who can complete the list.
Capt. STAaRLrso Trsa,
JsAS BUTLI, jr., son of abort',
. Gijixox Nicsor~soR,
Ogechee, Ga., Jan 2.4, 1861J.
THlE mIsH ALLI Riorr.-TI.he Boston P'ds
says that it hits been ascertained tha~t the Ii'
thousand Irishmen who compose nearly Ott
half of the standing army oi the United Statet
are unwilling to make war upn any portio!
of the Amnerican people. '.1hey abhor emv
war. They arc to, a man11 opposed to coerelon
H1ave they fled fromn the coercion of Englisl
tyranny at home to become the cruel inistru
mients of the co -reion of their fellow country
inen in Southeni States. Far from it. Shou'
to the Irishmen of America afb/irein foe ani
none will be so piromlpt as they to take th1
field and repel the invader; but to dratw thsei
sword against their fellow countrymen of th,
South fighting fur their own liberty and thei
own firesidles, they have no0 heart.
Tusts (Lotoos Ltoas-Lin'n-ry Fonuevn
-Oh it moust bo a glorious Union ! Ho'
" Southernm rights" Union hearts will leal
with joy to behold the tuagnificent militar;
pageant which is to irive celat to the inaugu
ration of his imperial highnes-, the rail sp~lit
ter of Illinois. Lieutenant General Scott
with a regiment of~ soldiers, will form them imo
perial botdy-guard. Sotuthern rights Unioe
men ought by all means to be presenit. I
promises to lbe a splettndid affair. Martial nit
uie wil of course enliven the scene, atid Utnio
loving hearts, beat hig~h with this indlubitabl
evidence of~ the cordial love and affection
the people, and of this model guarantee fo
the preservation of their liberties, and es
pecially rof Southern rights.-Nashrille t'nio
W~TIn r~ nsEI.s .AT PeCsA~woI.. .-Mr. Rylan
Ratndolp~h, (at son oft Captain Wtnudolph, lat
of the United States Navy,) arrivedl in thi
city last night. direct fruom Pensacola. Il
reports that when he left for Montgomery
there were five war vessels in sight of P'ensi
c'ila, three of which he. saw hitmself, fth
lirooklynm amon tg the iiindmer.
We have repeatedlyv warn.ed a;:aim st th,- dt
lusioun thatt thtere is to be no fig'htinag to ul.tti
the forts. Tlhe facts become mn..re mainifet
every day. 11' we are' not to have hostile as
nies gnrrisonied throuighout our bordetrs, w
must dlrive back the invadlers itt the thtrealhbol'
-Xhot!.1aery Audrertiser. )trhr.
. Onto rnom:s sor in'. MAli. En-xas.
South Carolina is not the onmly State whie
doees not pay its mail ex ,enses. The accoum
of Ohio for the yeaiti.nT Juine 301, 1 81I
stands: Ex penitur.-, $8 I2:.72 , ;3; ree,-ipt:
8532.2!J, It0 ; learving a deficit tof'$200),.l, $i
doubtle that of South Carolinia.
NsxitAr.ors..-A correspondent of an e~x
change paper says he has trued the receipe fl
horse radish to 'the face for neural.:ia as wel
as toothache. As both of these a'e nervou
tdiseases, lie thought the ranmedy for the on
would he likely toi give reief to the other
so he mn'tde the application of h..:se radisl
brtuised, to the .,ide of the body) where th
disea.se was seated, anid it gave almiost insitan
relief to the severe attack of nieuraleias. Sinc
then he has aipplied it several times, and wit
.the same gratifying resuilt.
D " A 1:etlemn at a hiotel famttous ft
slow ser vants, called fur a piece of chick'm
('on being told that there was none on tke t:1
L,1e. " WelIl," said he. putting tdown knife an
fork, " just pumt me an egg under a hen atn
I'll wait for it !"
A Boy's Courgsostriscc os~ Tus SrEtsos.
Thetre tare four seasons ; spring, summeutr a'
tuman antd winter. They are all pleatsan
Some people like the spring best ;but ats
mec. give me liberty, or give rme death. en
ET Dows EAS-r Di:BArIsO Sorsry.
Qute tion for diECU.sio.-" Can a big no
achie harder than a little one ?
33 An editor down sounth reports hiri
self son struck, and says lie ii recovenn
though the blow was a heavy one-an elevn
ill Three young men were recently tried in
is Lampriere, Wis., for shooting at and fatally
e- wounding a dog, and the jury gave the follow
ing verdict: "All three guilty, plaiutifrs
es damnages assessed at sixpetce; atd each of
the defendants to have another shot at the
b- DIED, of Measleo, January the 10th, 1861, Mrs.
. THREASA WISE, reliek of the late WASMISaTON
iWISE, in the fifty-third year of her age.
in She was a cosistent member of the Baptist
y Church over 20 years, and walked earnestly in the
q, paths of duty until the close of her life. Her re
tired and unassuming manners and kind hearted
ness will ever be rnmembered by those who knew
her best. She was a confiding and devoted moth
er; a wife ever tender and dutiful; a friend ar
dent and generous. It was hard indeed to part
ie with her we so much loved.
She has left six sons, one daughter, and several
e- grand-children, and a large circle of kindred and
r- friends to mourn their irreparable loss. We should
o not grieve. She is now participating in the joys
of Paradise, mingling her voice in that heavenly
choir, singing anthems of praise to God.
"Farewell, dear friend, thy spirit's gone
Is To dwell with its Redeemer God;
at 'Tis gone to Him who now tas sent
is On us, His awful chast'ning rod." C. A.
Ls p --WE are authorized to announce Capt.
THOMAS G. BACON as a Candidate for Colonel
i of the Regiment of Volunteers raised under the
w act of Assembly from Edgefield and Abbeville
t. Feb 20 it 7
t ||We are authorized by the Friends of Col.
t' JOHN W. TOMPKINS, to nominate him as a
e Candidate for MAJOR of the Regiment of Vol
d anteers raised by the Districts of Abbeville and
Edgelield, in complianco with the Acts of the
Feb 20 t
19 AM- We are authorized by the friends of Col.
~ D. WYATT AIKEN, to announce him as a Can
- lidate for MAJOR of the Regiment to be com
. posed of the Volunteers from the Districts of Ab
. beville and Edgefield. -
Feb 20 tr7
a g': The Friends of ROBERT A. FAIR an
Iounce him a Candidate for the LIEUT. COLO
SELCY of the Regiment of Volunteers raised
under the late act of Assembly from Edgefield
tud Abbeville Districts.
d Feb 1: tf 6
I- p- We are auhorized by many friends of
e ABNER 1. PE RR EN, now Quarter-Master of the
a 1st Regiment. S. C. V., to nominate him a Candi
-- late for LIEUT. COLONEL of the Regiment of
y Volunteers to be raised in Edgafield and Abbeville
e Feb5 tf 5
For the Advertiser.
P To the Volurteers of the 2nd Brigade of
e S. C. Militia.
c Your Companies will soon be organized accord
ing to the provisions of the Military Bill passed
by the Legislature of South Carolina. You will
soon be required to elect the Field Officers for your
Regiment, and in making your selection for such
. responsible positions, it would be but prudence and
wisdom on your part tip elect men of experience
r and military ability.-who have done service to
. tcir country in the calucity of soldiers. In doing
e this you matty not only select men who have done
I honor to themselves and their cnuntry as mailitary
r nuon, but you will have a fit opportunity of pay
r aug a just uid worthy tribute to gallant .ervices
t-endlered ina the past. I would respeectfully suggest
'ar the LIEU'TENANT COLONEL of yoaur Regi
nuat. Caipt. JOSEP11 AIINEY. One who wasa
* vor prompat and attenitive as u 5oldier and Oflicer,
and whose kindness and sympathy was always felt
'y his comrades in atrmas when endurinag the severo
rils oft a soldier's life ; onme who~ diid his dtlay
ravely and gallantly upon the Battle Field.
NINETY SIX BOYS.
EFThe Friends of Col. EMMET SEIBELS
.espectfully sunnunce him as a Candidate -for
-.fAJORt of the Rtegimenat of Vuluuateers now or.
.. .. ;.. a....13t. ,.i A1 .h.-ill.. D stiticts 1ta:f.
Ier the parovisionm of the Army Bill passed by the
Legislature of South Carolinma.
Feb ' tf~ ~a
;Is-Thae Friendl< ot Genc. JO IN P. IDATES
anounace haim a Candidate for LIEUT. COLONEL
th Re ltgimaeaat of Vrdunatee rs lately orgtanic. .d
'a thea Di.-taiats of Edgelirldl anad Ablsvill-, under
:1e Military Bill paSsed by the. Legisi.ture.
- - . t
pi"-The Friends of 3[--j. S. II. BLOCK ER
mmiatet l.im a Candidate for COLON EL of thae
tha RIegimeneat, S. C. M., to till the vacancy of Col.
Jan :iu at 4
T. HI. CLARK,
Attorney at Law.
r aFFICE, OVER Bi. C. UR~YAN'S STORE.
Edgetld, S. C., Feb 20 If 7
The Saluda House
-SNOW. prepamred to entertainm 'ravellers and
Rtegular Bunardlers eta as reasonable terms ats
nmy aother lHotel in the District.
-Cu.-turners will Iiad there every accumodatiuon
or Man ,,ndI Hurse, and a dispaositiona inm the 'ae
- suanat andI employees to bestow every naeedful
- ttenition ul~n thaem.
'rTL.e locattion of the House fits it e.peciaily fno
ihe enatertainatuent of those who wich t, bie a little
.retired froma thme noise and'ennfusiona of the public
'a re. Come and see for yoaurselve..
EdlgeIield, S. C.. Feb IS 2te i
-WILL bie prepaered during the encuinag Cour'
to, aomnaadato a few B6AILR)ElRS on renmuou
.ble terms. 110115 ES will also be well cared fur.
Equire at the Sheril-'s Ottice.
3 M. I3. W A RD.
Feb 20 a
Attention, 96 Riflemen!
FN obedlianee toa orders Itaotn llead Quarters, ia
1 ted Feb. 12, 1561, you will assemnble at your
-endesvoux. at EdJgefieldl C. IH., on S.aturdlay the
udt inst., tat 11 o'clock, A. N.. for thae purluso of
a dilttinag for the C'lianaul. Lieut. Colonel and
.lajr of thae Regiment compa.,sedi of the Voluas
I -ier Cuamennies rai.-d .uiat acaewptedI fronm the 2and
:Irigadet, t-t Divi.-iun, S. C. 31.
.Lit-mt. J1. A. lit~rSm, a:m'l Se-rgts. ... A. Do.itet
nt Jomts It. C.matwit~ will manaage the said ee
:on. and muake at returna thaereuf.
TItuS. '0. BACON, Capt.
Feb 20 It a
-At Private Sale.
I NEW AND SUPER:IIOR PIANO, with va
A ritaus atrtirles of 110 SEIIOLD FURINI
I..tieRE. Alto, a Otto lairsa W A.t0N. Inquire
a t the Episeopal Purtaonage.
Boot and Shoe Business.
73IIE Subscriber haa now oat hiand a tinae and
u L-peri,r lot of LEATHIEIs, CA LF SKINS,
A.t., :and is prepaared to make to order,
B00TSi, SHIDES, GAITERS, &c.,
-OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
He warrants hais work to be executed! in a do
cable andi workminslike maannmer, andl will aittetad
p.m tly t all urdlers.
He respectfully solicit:s a sh:are oif patronage.
a Fe 21 If7
rLpesoans are herebay cautia-nead ag.aiaast tra
, Ldinpcr a Nite given by the Subsceritber to
-- Chres F. Harris. of Coancord, N. C., for abot
Tw h~a undredl andta twentty-five ($225) daollars, dat
ltel ou or aboaut thae 12th Septemtber, 1I:S0, atnda duae
th first of Matrch 1561, us thai e.nsideration for
whicha smid Note wats givena has provsed unjust and
wo'rthless. I will not pamy the sattnt unless comn
- p lled by law. W. F. DURISOE.
- F elb 18 , 161. 3t 7
TNl Cro-Partnaershipm existinig l.etween JOHN
JWOOLLEY anal D. 13. IORRtIS, is this
hay dlissolved by mautual aconsent. The under
signedl will caontinue the busiaaess.
G ranit ville, Ft!, !I, 1561. 3t 7
-9~5 & AUGUSTA STAGE LINE.
a E Agetncy of this Linec was thais day chtantged
into the hands of Mr. G. L. Penn~, at Edge.
a fgeld C. H. P- 5- tUTIJDGE,
J.. Ye,1 1161 Im
PHENIX GUANO !
From McKean's Island
We are prepared to supply oul
customers with this GUANO, at $45
Cash--or $17, payable November Ist
ESTES & CLARK.
Augusta, Feb 11 6ot C
LOOK AT THIS!
I HAVE just received ion Consignment a fur
lot of BACON, (Clear and Ribbed Sides an<
I am also constantly receiving PICKELEI
FISH of all kinds-Mackerel, Trout, Blue Ant
All the above will be sold low far cash.
S. B. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Feb 11, 1S61. tf 6
I AM now receiving toy Spring Supplies o
CHOICE GROCEItIES, consisting in part
of the following, viz:
'CHEESE, MACCARONI, CRACKERS,
PRUNES, FIGS, RAISINS, CURRANTS,
PICKLES, SAUCES, SALMON, OYSTERS,
SPERM, WAX & ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
NUTS AND SPICES OF ALL KINDS,
FINE BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS,
GIN, RUM, WHISKIES, &c.
W All of which will be sold on the most ac
commodating terms for cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Feb 12 tf 2
A NO. I Lot of STRONG BUGGY HAR
NESS. Will be sold low if applied for soon.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 11 tf 6
500 LBS. EXTRA FAMILY COD FISH;
20 Boxes No. I HERRINGS.
FIVE Dozen 2 lbs. FRESH TOMATOES, now
arriving and for Fale low by
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 13 tf 6
2 BLS. ALABAMA WHITE CORN WIllS
KEY, now landing and will bhe stili low for
csh. S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 13 tf 6
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
mae directed, I will proceed to; sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday in Mar.
next, and day following. the folluy ing property in
the following cases, to wit:
A. J. Hlaimmoud & W. G. Harris, Ex'urs. vs.
B. F. Strom; D. D. Bruison vs. The Same; Va
rioui tlther Plaintiffs vs The Same, Three Ne
gro Slaves, viz: Lucinda, Grace and Aaron.
The Bank of Hamburg, S. C. vs. M. A. Crafton,
Moses Taggart and wit, M. E. Taggart, Thonas
S. Criaftoni and Snowden S. Crafton, Cne Tract of
Land containing Five hundred and sixty (560)
acres, mnore or less, adjoining lands of Jeff. Nixon,
the Estate of John W. Garrett, Joscph Merri
ether andl others-the property of the Defendant
Mrs. M. A. Crafton.
Isnae larris vs. Wm. E. Legg: R. S. Millan
vs The Same; Chnffee. St. Ani.,n'd & Cr-oft vs The
Same ; Other P'laintiffs vs The Sane, One Jlouse
and Lot of Land sitAunted in the Village of Edgr
ield, where the Defondlant now resides, catainr
ig one nacre, iire or leSs, and adjoinring lands of
Lewis Jones and tihers.
E. J. Walker and Julien Cummings vs. Moses
Hanrris : B. Jabes Ryan vs. Thefr Saime, One Tract
f Landi where the Unrfenant residus, containing
two hundtredl andl ttir ty- Iwo ("32) aere.s, more or
less, iadjoirinig lands oft Beirj. Bettis, Joseph
Swerengin aund Lewis M'iiles.
Janiies Smnyly, A dmn',r., v-s. U'riah Hradge, One
Trait of Luand, erantaining fifiy-three (53) acres,
mre mar les.4, adj-,iuin~g landas of Jamies Rodgers,
T. S. Wright arid otheurs.
John Fox vs Blnit Padr~gett ;A. Jone,, Assignee,
vs. Blluit Padgett anid Ambrose Whittle, Two Ne.
gro Slaves, Mat anid Hairriet.
Abram Jones vs. Em i l'adlgett; other Plain
tiffs vs. The Same, One Truin of laud contraining
our (4) acres, mo-rc or less, atdjoiining lands of
Ths. S. IBates, Winney Pandgett and other..
Johnson A. Islanli and mathers, who sue faor the
usc of C. Lowry, vs. L. S. Joahnson andl wife Hlar
ret E., One Tract of Lanai, known as the "Egypt
Trat," camntainring Two bundread and fifty-sevenr
(2-) acres, more aor less, adjoiintg liandls of' F.
W. P'ickens, thre Estate aof l~iiibrd Burtn ural
iters. A4lsa, Founr Neero slaves, via.: Jerry, Pa
tiecew, Lewis andl George'.
J. A. Blriadsi andiohers, Ex'aors., fair anioither, v,
1. 15. liarris andl J. uiban We'ver, (ine Ne-gr.
Gir: Jranea, the pr~orly ol the bUenanit J1. 11.
1. rr is.
ittlind a& Uutle'r v',. Lewis Cav'rr: .John 11uiet
's. Thre Siiiami .~aiime Eidl-'i : Gari.ous ather
Plainiffs vs Thre Samei. One Ncgrn Gird Mlambari
the paroperry iof tihe Defenani Lewis Crnrr.
David IR. $ntr'r vs. 31. W. Ahnay ; Junta-s
Shepardl vs. 'The Satie : A. T. Illedg.s vs The
Siae ; J1. W. Stokes v.< The Same: Onlier Plain.
tiffs v9. Thre Same. Urie Tr.,t oaf L and at Paite.rs
v'ile.i,otsainiin.: tane hundirearumn' farty- fiur (1.44)
ne-res, mor, air leas, nidjo'inilg li ads oif Geni. W~i.
'. M1'ragneac h, l~l I.N3himraindi other'. Also,.
lina llisc and Loat of' L.anrd ini the Village of
.1geieldI. where the lDefenudant now reside's, e-ai
tanning eight (5) acres. rirore air less, adfjoininag
Mrs. J. MtcCintaack. Mrs. L.. Sheppliard arid Lewis
Jones. Also, FIve Negraes, vi:: leasant. ]Betty,
Toman. Mantila undi child1. Aisos, Three Horses.
one Carriage and onec Buggy.
31. u. Tralmanir, Adlii'ar., vs. A. G. Gaiskins: S.
1. Jones fosr A. J. Riuntree vs The Same, Une
'ract of' Liinil conit ainig lFive h.undaredl (5001)
ars, moure air less. adljiinig lands of Col. J. F.
urress, D. J. Gilebarist anal others.
M. ". 'Traman, Adm'ar. vs George Gulphrin;
Stevenrs A Roiuntreu vs. 'rhe Same ; Jaihn L. Hlar
mran vs 'rhe Samec Uric Tract of Landr containing
Sixteen (Iii) acres, inure oar less, adijaiuing lands
it Mrs. A. W. tquarle5, Wmn. B5. Dorn and others.
Alu, uine Sorrel llorse and one Raockawny and
S. U. 13. Webb fair anirather vs. Sam. J. Lorick;
. W. Yrarhunbl vs. Th'le samre, Onec Tract of
Lad caintaining threae hiundaredt (3001) arres, inure
.r ess, adjoaining lands ot Jarnes Whittle, Won.
iagett arid others.
J. F. C. Settle vs Jalin L. Nichials -n;: Other
P aiainitil's vs 'Tho Siame, (Jne Negra JBay Elbiert.
3L. c. Taggar t nu I wife v .31. A. Crainr, Ex'x.,
anal othiers, A Tract oif L-ir-i wheare the Dieen
alant residles, conitaininrg One TIhouand aeres,morire
~r lea. adljaiing laindal iuf Th'ios. McKie, Jiase.ph
Meriwether, U. Nixn ad others.
Sepplard 3iMcCrenary vs. Johnai L. linrmion:
Ge,. W. Lanron vs. Tin. Snamea; l'.rce,- Wo'sod at
Mitbeill vs. The Samea; Variaus oilher Plnintitls
vs. The~ Samie. One Trut'- of La ndi whecrea'n tire De-.
(stU) Acres. itre air haSS, b,.nndelad by landrcs of
Sriuel C.,.k. Wur. 11. Djorn randa aithers.
1. 0. Tailtlmari. Aaium'ar., vs. 1i. M1 iniar, One Tract
if Land, whereai the Decfendant now resides, con
taming -Acres, moare air less, adljoiniing lands
of Sanders liairrisan, ii. J. Shieppardl anid others.
Luther Rtoll vs. Charles lialley, One Tract of
Laria, whiereian the liefenant inow resides, con
taining TIwo Hlundtred (200) Acres, more or less,
adjiiring lanads of Mrs. Etizabaeth Clark and others
Daviid W. Slamn vs. Jamaes Wooten anid Jamnes
A. Abnrev, One Tract. aif Lanai contrainiing Onie
hurnredi (lin) acres, m-.re aar less, bounded by
ainds John Woiten, Sramuel Webbil innd othrs
sold as the pr.perty of' the Def'endanat James
Terms Cash. L EWIS JONES, a~.n..
Fb 8, 18t1. 4to II
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fiera Facias te
roa adirec-tedl. I shall pariteced tia nsel at Edge'
feld C. ii., oni Sardalay the 2rnd day of MIarch
u.', the folilowinig pirperty ini tihe following i-a
seS, to wit:
-John Ashhburst vs. T. S. Iludson ; Other P'laina
tffs vs. 'Thle Same, Six StooaLChrairs, 1 Rtocking~
Chair, I Cradle Crib, 10 Wiradoiw Shad s, Sisx
Caro Bottaaim Chiairs, I Ihurenun, . '1'Trunks, 2 Ta
tales. 1 Sarfe, I Towel Rtack. 2 Wash Stainds, 1 Toi
let Looking Glass, I Carpet, I pair Anadiroins,1
Shavel andi taings, 2 Writer Buckets, I Castor,1
Lt Crockery, I Lot Gilass, 1 Lot Books.
Terms Cash. LEWIS JONES, s.a.n.
Feb 15 3te 7
NOTICE.--All porsons indebtead to the Es
tate of Cot. S. Christie, dee'J., either b:
Note or Account, are reqtuestedl to rmake immuedi
t payment, and those having dermands agairr
the samai will present them to the undereignre
W. C. MORAGNE, Adnn'or.
Nov 19, 1860. t f 461
1IN GEEING anti all ather Al~ICII
NERLY raiani hiboghitart thREA'1'IY 1i
11)IJCEI) PRICES. itt liy Founde-ry and Mav-hi:
Shop uan the Georgia Rail R-ad near the Augusi
Cotton Factory. Address,
J j , 2 12 N HT uusa
SOM GROW MT M8!
FOR SALE AT THlE
Near Augusta, Geo..
BY FLEMING & NELSON.
T HE Subscribers ioffer for sale a fine lot of
GRAFTED YOUNG FRUIT TREES, con
sisting in part of
20,000 APPLE TREES, one and two
years old, and from live to eight feet high. among
which are sixty of the best Southern variuties.
15,000 I-EACH TREES, one year old,
of very thrifty growth, forty varieties ot vhih
ripen in succession from early June to November.
5,000 PEAR TREES, thirty varieties,
all of which are on Quince roots.
15 varieties of PLUMS, ripening in succession
through the summoter. Also, APRICOTS, NEC
TARINES, ALMONDS, FIGS. GRAPE CUT
TINGS, STRAWBEItRY PLANTS, ASPARA
GUS ROOTS, &c., &c. Ever-blooming IROSES
and Ornamuental Shrubbery.
Our TREES will compare favorably with those
of any Southern Nursery, and we will sell ad cheap
as any of them. We take great care in packing
then in Moss and Straw, so that they may be
shipped safely to any part of the Southern States.
Descriptive and Price Catalogue cent gratis to
all applicants. Address,
FLEMING & NELSON,
Feb 13 Im 6
5,000 BUSIIS.CIOIE WHITE CORN.
4,000 '' " YELLOW CORN.
800 " SEED OATS.
80,000 LBS. NEW BACON SIDES.
40,000 " " " SHOULDERS
20,000 " " " HAMS.
0,000 BbIs. Hoytq s Sup. Plos. LIME;
REESE'S GUANO, LAND PLASTER, BONE
DUST, BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUP. PHOS
PIHATE, C0ES SUP. PHOSPHATE, and
ON HIAND AND ARRIVING FOR
STOVALL, McLAUGHLIN & CO.,
Augusta, Ga., Feb 4 4t 5
AND ONION SETTS.
IN OREAT QUANTITY AND VAR1ETY, and
for salo at low prices by
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.
Hnmburg, Dec 12 3m 49
IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL
FOR F.AlvMILIES I
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND
J. Dennia, Ill. D., Augusta, Georgia,
IPURIFUIN(' TiiE 1001 ) 1 ND DISEASES
Q F THE 11'E.
Enough has bten said in free ;rift AlmannF,
and b~y Northern advertis,:rs oif Sarenpurilla about
its virtu,.s. Sut hernz peuple enn e.nnily ISer :aii
which in the best-ndi the best adapted to South
STIMULATING OR H10OT BITTERS,
Y SI'El..t, O0It '1N iN TH E STOMAWIl,
80OUTHERN PAIN KILLER,
To those win, waumid prcfer ai PA IN El LLERi
pI:repare S.outh i.-i is resp~eetutily plreanted.
This plreparstion buisli heen ex:ei..:vey tr'i:dl i.
his IdaIi-trict. If t Ihe Pain K ilier prepanred N'r:ba
i. nv her2 than thli. wh ty not I.y it.e none prepar
.1 i . *ni . , .; a. :1 pio e V i he he.-t.
A Medlitile 11101'e villill)Ie dlilii GoldI
Fr s,:d dein a n,l dl.:-jernu-at t a rl~ k .-f d i-cen*, nIP
\'i.ient PaZiI i bch Stomachni or loes
Sev'ere Cods Co~ngestivo Chillis, or
inl dii.4-nIS. in wvhici, a Medicine
is wanltedl for iinluinit use.
hy dliuni:ing it n itha Srup, I! ney- mr sweetenedi
water, it may:3 be ruinde u:sful in a great vnriety
nof disenZI, S it Zn mild1 nIatuZre. It nets, inl relieving
Cold1,1 or CilliiZ. b~y pir*SnlucIing3 a warni netilti inl
t he whl...y pYti 10, un d 1y qui0: ing~ nervous at :noIs.
-For Hiorres, Mules, &c., this Tiineture ranrely
fails t. cure: even the worst eames ofr (Tle. It ha~s
beent tried a. .frenn. und~ prove-l successful, that it
is ow regarded Zlhuunst as a .ecific. Price, $1
peer bo.t tle.
~r-l ,,f thne ab,,ve lreicines nire for . ale b~y
ar. E. M. P'ENN, at Edgetieldi. S. C.
Fe t; S. 5
1%Tt i oe
H I \\'IN boug~ht nut the Stud.til on hand Of
LWITT A IituIsON, I will continue the
FURNITURE A N ID UNIIEIlTAKING
At the olid .stand between .John Cnigian and E.
Pen, Ageznt, andl will try~ arid please all whu mayi3
favor me with thneir i~tatnnge.4 l.IIT
Aug 22 tf 33
T 3 ilE Suboeriber hatS jut recie a" fine tc
o f t lti ER li.1ES. which he i.4 seiling at very
ow rb-,- tfnr Zarl.. ihe Mtuck aimbirace,. in par
SU;Ai( ,t tnd coglEE o'f all garadus;
Fne' I'.UP nnd16 M t0LASS ES:
C~twt'.-1E. ItiCl. MfAccA lto.N';
tt0il1!'5 BIUTTE Ii, tine airticle;
1:We wIIEAT -l.01'!t:
MACK EREL in Kit.< ad PUnrrel', &c.
JT. M. IIUD)SON.
Dec 24 .tf Si
Soda Crackers, &c.
NOW in Stnern the largest assortment of chinice
CRACKERS, 1lISCUJ'TS, Ac--P. Dt. An
d tersna aigainlt tihe world. I m now receIving
BUTER, SUtiAR, JIOSTON, GRAHlAM,
SODA. W~ATElR, SHELL. WALNUIT, LEMON,
and FON CRACKER~S and PISt.UIITS.
Also, Navy tGinger SCHINAI PPS, Ac.
For sale low by S. E. OW ERS, Agt.
Haburg, Oct Ii if
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
Superfine do. do.
Corn Meal and Grits.
FOR CASU. R. T. MIMS.
July 18 -f2
Patrons, Take Notice !
LL Personls indebited to tho undiersignedl and
A wiebng to obtain the tu- - ---nnoatn
during the present year, aire earnestly solicitedl to
mIke piromplt and1 ellrly p~ayment, nieh~ will en
able us to comIplte our Stock, aund assist us in ex
teding unnal credit to our customers.
nI. & N. E. SOLOMON.
lHabnurg, Feb 12 6it 6
OTICE.--All persons indebted to the Es
tate of Suniuel klerritng, dee'd., buy Note or
Accout, are rerInelsted to treet uno at the Ordlina
-rv's OffIce, at Edgefleid C. Hi., onl the first day of
Mt3 nynt. 'jhtise inldebtedl112 mu tty on or before
ItlU aovo daly, andi those having accounts on the
EsIato mulst render thaem in, attested according to
n'. 1.3AAC H I RRIINO, AdJ'or.
Feb, 1 3me1 5
NOTICE.--Allpersons indebted to, the Es.
t ti c*oe forwrard uttnd Seul tie c laimls again-t
t and alIl thoise having demandl~s aguainl~s anid
0 Ui .t, Hre ahm4, reqinested to p~resent theun proj t~r
oyat.t:d o payment.
Would respectfully announce to
AND HAS N
Rich Embroidered and Fancy Drc.s SIL
Plain and Figured M.\iUINOS und 1)EL A
French E)BROIDElIES, cumpriing I
Ladies' Ctutli and Velvet CLOA KS, of' th
Ladies' Lynx an Sable Fur VICTOUtNI
A large supply of ldies' SHAWLS ;
Gold Emji broidere-d 31USL INS for Ladies
A complete asortment of HOSIERY - N
Bleached and Brown SHEIETINGS and S
Irish and Pillow Case LiNENS; 8-4 and
Damask TABLE CLOTHS; Dama.k N.1
Rich Printed and Em broidered TA BLE ai
Whitney BLANKETS, of extra size and (
Richtnoud Factory PLAINS and KERSE
A GREAT VARIETY 01
FAMILY AND P
ALL OF WB
SOLD AT T H E I
D&IThe public are requested to cidl and c
Angutta, IJec 4,
J. E. MIIUNGER,
Successor to E. Tweedy,
A tS now in Stor a large Stock of 'INI
GOLD and SILVER
)f celebrated nakers. Alo, a Rich variety a
Sets of CORAL, CAMEO and LAVA in Etrus
:an1 and fine Gold.
DIAMONDS, RUBY and GARNET in Pins
Mings and Ornanetits.
A great va:iety of GOLD FINGER RINGS
BREASTPINS. EAR RINGS. Watch KEYS.
CHARMS. Neck. Vest and Foh CHAINS;
U. S. Mint Standard of Solid Silver SPOONS
ind FORKS, fancy Sets;
LADLES. GOBLETS, CUPS. TIIMP.LES, Ao
FANCY GOODS in great variety suitable foi
Fine Silver Plated CASTORS, CAKE BAS.
CANDLE STICKS, Douibe Plated SPOON.
,ud FORKS, BUTTER KNIVE:1, &c.
Cheac Pocket KNIVES for Boys, anid a large as
rttnent of FINE PEN and POCKET CUTLE,
RY. which cannot be undersold; also DIRK und
Colt's, Remnington and Allen'e REPEATERS
Sinile Barrel PISTOLS:
BELTS, CAPS. Ae., in tee variety.
My assortment is complete in Gold, Silver ant
teel Frames. And I aen suit any sight and pro.
ung good vision to old age.
I hnve nt greater Va iety :t,dt a larger numbeiw
ait the wh.,le inarket enn Abuw.' tind at p.rice:
runt $1,!0 toS$uti each, unarraintedt perfect tiine.
amps and Kerosene Oil,
LOCES, WATChES anud M5IICAL iixN~:
aithfuly repaired lit the lowest ra-es and.. war.
Jan. 1 ly 1
all and Winter Styles!
EATS AND CAFS,
.74 1ROADiST., OPP)Sl'TE Ai't'.'TA 11TE1.
comp jlete Stick ~ ~ dL
i ne0w e tyles
IATS & CAP:,
RIESSLY' for my
ire ersarrated~' for ',,s
,..tellie is nouw inmaufacturinrg FUR IA TS a.
i> :s:t i.0
he pulie will i rnd it to thei r in tiredt to L'ivc
n a a'all at. eitlh.:r 1. e of' lahin'ss, its tiyn'"
'iltlibe ttl'erL'd at modetnrn :e re
Augustu, Sepit 25 if 3
p!lIE Firiti of' A. J. iELLErlERt A CO.
I Utruggists tin. A pathm'en;ries in the 'Townt al
~ inmury, was t bis. the 7th al: yo "Ii htl;ry I st
iiiseid by iiutun!t ciin-ett. 'Ther 1i,ks, Noiter
il Aeim.utts will he t,.uttt in the buants of A. J1
El.SI iEIt, whi :ilitj..neiutbuied to cettit
e susiniesc of the late tirrm.
Hambur~trg, .Janr 7. 1 %I. tt I
te'e is hierebiy givena that all periins in anty
ie indebted to, the late -lithnt J.J.1etinings decid.
arior tt hins detith, aire reglinetd i to iimake payet.1't
it the undecn'igned beforeii thre Il2th February noaxt
udit tatt thtose wihii neglect iir refuise so to ali will
te sued. Also, till persons havmittg dlemnds againsi
iiaiecereed, atre re'qu:.s!t to piresent cauch do
irand, duly uttiested. to the unidersignied.
LUCY .IENNI~it.S, . Ad'or
tLDRtED J7. WILLS. j
Ja n 7 It*
L~ Persona indoebted to theolato firmi i'f Delh.
.. & Scoutt untless pitadlbefore Retuirn bay. ivi
ust psitively be itued. Thbis is the ltat anda fare
are1 notice. 0- II. P. SCOT.
H abutrg, Jan 2A, 3 'I
~OTICE IS HIERER.Y GIVEN( to al
concernedl that a finail settlemienit ont the 'E~
ae if Al fredh Mlay, dec'dt., will be nmaele ont th
30th day oif April next, in the Ordinary's Otfice
As the E5 tate wilt tie incu ii'iet Ito ay thle debt
at' the stid durciuassed, till the creditors w ill tie ex
eeted ti present their tiemtand.4, anda all mndebte<
ill stle by that timie.
C. M. MAY, 1 Ex'or
HIENRY RART, J
Jan 28 3mu 4
L pe'rsons itndebteed to toe by Note or A
. cunit wilt ptleasen eall. :,nd settle, as it wilt b
mposs~eible foer nun to dtt butsiness unhaec I can rol~
leet oey tat pey tmy dlebts. If ynu e'nnnor li;
i fuzll pay all that you elii tand relieve mty neces
sities. B. C. BRYAN.
Feb. 44't 5
T HOSE htavinig claitms agtainn't the Estato
Elizabheth ]3ush, dee'd.. tire reietetd to ret
der temt in legalily attestedl by Thlursay the 2h
March nuext, as on thtat day there a itl ba ta tin.
settlement of the Estate of' said tdee'd itn the Ord
narys Office. Those inrdebtedt to said Estate aui
nattid that they' mtust pa te caline withitiut di
Feb 13 5t 0,
H AVING3 to retuirtn imeiately' to Chniricaton
.p''ec tmy Ntes and .\e'outtr I in the httn
T. I. Clark, Es1., fur c'ollec'atiion. I hone till lie
s ons idelabted ttme will aall ian miy A tiirne'r -i
stte t tincir.,. I am omntpe.l'.l tat 4 - sw
NOTICE.-! wiil wreit a " f-i a toi chnc
those idebted to Mr. P. y, MscEwen a cac
ave eoit. T- II. (,A II.
the public that he has itist received
OW ON HAND,
:S Superior Plain and Figured Black SILES;
INES ; Fancy Ottoman REPS;
[uslin, Vjaueienues and Point Lnce SETTS, of
'S, CUFFS and TIPPETS
CIsh, Sxony and Shaket- FLANNELS;
lil\lINGS*; 12.4 Linen SlEETINGS;
10-I Daim.k DIAPERS;
PKINS anid IOYLES
a PIANO COVERS ; Slareille QUILT S;
unlitly : a largte as.-ort ment Neiiro lILA N K lETS
'S; beorgia STRIPES ;Cotton OSNABURGS.
OTHER ARTICLES FOR
ICIH WILL BE'
.OW E ST JPRICES I
xamine the assorlniit.
GRAY & TURLEY,
Have just received the fullowing Southern Man
ufactured Goods, to which they invite
the attention of the Public:
Made by the
Eagle Manufacturing Company.,
HEAVY WOOL JEANS,
Made by the
Eagle Manufacturing Company,
HEAVY WOOL KERSEY,
Made by the
Eagle Manufacturing Company,
HEAVY WOOL KERSEY,
Made at the
HEAVY STRIPEAD OSNABURGS,
Richimond Factory, Augusta, Ga,
NEW GO0DS '
B. HFRYN-hV u
jin .t the La-lies:a n1 tie..t
c~J ini andl examuin it i
-purchased wii:h 1mrruch enre
W t)t u/T E IIS ;and l'0 P'J.TN$ ,f the latest :nii.
,m.A fi-uh irae t.-ty h:i) ;I
l1rNN 2:.: *r I RINS ET IU b'ONS;
FEA'Tll El. T!M.II l~l~ Nt;S. .Ie.:
ilAND IC EIRCIlI l''S. fChOVES, &c.
Itil'0 l.lTS, &c, e
ITiat.ie D)AM ASI, DOYLI ES, 1)IAPERI1S and
Tl':IINGS nnr.l LINSEYS;
SL.ANNEU.S oft all kihi:
SIIEETIN(; i nd Sihl HTfINtSd
Kentucky .1I EANS, SAT INETS;
CA 6$ I 1 ElI E$, a 5JphI)iid artiele;
EERI1SEYS amidl PLAINS:
STR* IIPES andl OSN Al EiRI ;
Bed anid Negro 11l.A NIETS,&c.
I-A L 0
1-i . Mise. aund' Children's S110ES, GAI
ient'.l di'ys lli0T'S anad SHIOECS, all kinds;
Groceries, Crockery, HardWare, &c,
gy Call inl and see themt. I amr determiuned to
selI as ebeap as~ any Hlouse in Town.
13. C. BRtYAN.
Oct li tf 41
DRSM DI C I NE S, &C.
I L hie foiral mopplire the " Stmr 1tel,"
IIlmurg, with ii good stuck of
Fresh Drugs and Dledicines,
Asciiod :r as n b ound ini thre Ttown of 11-nt.
burg, and i; ble sold aus low as they cra he
-..ght iu either Ilauburg or Augueta.
BROKEN WARE OF' ALL RINDS,
BROK~EN CHAIRS, TABLES. &c.
i);,-e' iona.-W arm until thin and apply quick,
andI let iaet 24I hours before use.
R. L. GENTRY, DrIt-CatsT.
Hamburg, S. C.
Dr. Martin's Great Remedy,
For the cure of Conasumptionu aed all manner of
Lung dliseaises. A-c. Fir Baiwel Complasints it stands
pre-inen(~~t. I refe:- to Capt. Wml. Seigler, Lon;
mi.:uat. Wtillis Sto~ne, Mt. Willing ; Jats. .P.
. Thmi.,E*. Mine Creek ; LaLke R. Tilimaur,
I E~.lgtol, S. L.
Dr. Cullen's Rheumnatismu Remedy,
I refer you to B. F. IHateher, Esq., Aiken, and
E. H. Chamberlain, Esq., Rehoboth, S. C.
Fever, Age, and Liver Pills,
Which cnres when all other remedies fail. I refer
- to lienj. liantun, Euiq., Edlgefleld, S. C.; P~dh
eSonn, Esqi.. New York, and Lieut. L. H1. Pack
-ard, H amuilnrg, S. C.
. iSgCall undi see mec when you come down,
.wlether yu want to buoy anmythuing oir not.
IR. L. GENTrRY, Agent.
7.i-All of the aubive Mediclines for sale by
Cn'pt. EI. M. P ENN, Edgetild, S. C.
llamhlurg, Aug 27 tf 34
P Ut IulANS. T1 iitSTEES, COMMITTIEES,
A-u,.. will marko themir retlurnss tom thi4 Otice by
th rtMendasy in April next. Rules will he
issueid againust a1ll wh fnil to dlo so by that time.
Conmum'rs. Offire, Jan 28. 1su1. 3
The Second Call!
Til I Este of. BU'RNSTD)E, dee'd., must
I' are ebIusnreronm for a sett Ilemenm.: It their claims. I
r- th- -efr. i int l: u."m i aililith se -... armo in
d.1I-.-Ia., '- I ei.I to ,e-me b-..rwr. ni. setil.'
i l r"hie !:utund<.* 7. L-. A. WIaV, of a b:rg,
to who Is fullyv authorimted uo mauke mo.tlimnt.c
~.J~fuili ICWIS.,ONS,'AdW' . -
F. V. t('1jPE'.
IIENRlY B. GALLMAN.
For Tnx Collector.
WV. 11. IIOLLOWAY,
C. X MAY.
C11 1 LS t'll:Et.
UPPE R R100.'A. h -'Ait. . e.l'h3A'
Eefield,. S. C., Miars'b I19. tf 11
I lE Unlerianal will do a-1 w ark in the lint
of DEN rRiSTY timt m-y ie entrusteoi ti
aim. He will tlake pleasure it w..itinmt on t(rt1
t their residuncs, it tbey will no'atify l'm thr..ui.ht
e Richardssn Pust 0live-ior it e.-ire-l al hi
ather's resilence one mile and at half fri Ited
ank Church. All work warranted.
GE.31. E'TiEREDG E,
Phyiian and Stryrnn Deni-t.
Doe 13 tf 49
It j. n. ca)'lriNEY vill prompt'y p,:rf r.
-Dl work in the line of Dentistry that m,,y bae
intrusted to him. It will take ple.sre iu wait
ng on those desliring his .!rvices at their resi.
mnce if they will notify hims through the ic wa
Jgefield C. It. lie will he at the Vil.age Sale
aya and Court week.s.
Oct. 3, Iy 39
AR AN1 lf--a,--'l
IATS, CAPS, UiMBRELLAS
Wholesale and Retail!
Geo. W. Ferry,
31ASONIC HALL BUILDING,
211 Broad Street, Augu.sta, Ga..
I AS received a large ani carefully selected
Stock of Gents lolaskin, Cassimer, Ameri
an andl French Felt HATS.
Cloth, Plush, Silk Velvet, Glazed and Seamle.s
PlS, new anad elegant patterne;
Youth's and Children HATS and CAPS, ii
rent variety of haandome styles.
Silk, AlpacR and Iinahiasns l'MflRELLAS;
Heavy Plantation IATS for Negroes:
Fresh Goods received by every Steamer. Price.
cheap as the cheapest.
Call and see.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 19, IS60 tf 36
TECESSITY comp-ls me from this dato to
. adopt TIE CASM SYSTE.M.
It is iaaposillo to hnsay Gloalods aau tiae, consae
tently I nm obliged to sell for CASH or S U
aN, D BUSINEES.
I earnestly hopo (in these trying time.) that all
astomers who have so liberally patronized mue.
d who are now indeated to me will make pany.
aent at tlair enriie.t convenience.
All CASIE ORDERS with wthich I am faavoured:
il ie prptly uattsatdedt an. and GOODS SOLL
,T TIlE LOWE.'T PRICES.
S. E. HOWERS, Agent.
HIamburg. Jan 21, 1.Ill. tf .1
LOCKS AND WATCHES,
CARIEFULLY ltEP'AIR!i:D AND
t the Shottest. Netice, f'or Cash Onaly.
Myv terms for thae fauture will bea asn th:e CASil
Y.iE3. I will deliver :.o work fraum taay Shs'.
aatfor C'ASh. - 11. A- tCRAY
Janzz:ls lam 4
L eu-...: --r..'l.. :.sh s d1 'rT )t1~ l-'. Ii.
.5. his Sinlut :ma - n d:.r~.
to00ds suiited to Ilhe Seas:on,
ji'b w .ka. s' :..ek veary aauxalete unda' r and.i
r ate. apsan a; af thes NSw Y'ea a' erada. which
l I he .-.,,1 oan r.aio:.a bl[e :er:;.- L.a l.unta l a.us
very l1.: al s'diaa.ram t u ill I.e ms:asl un a.arl.
tira;~ceries sld fsor ca saonly.
E. P'ENN, A gent..
Ia 2 (f .
ior the New Year !
I'PENN, A genat, bu' inst received and' fors
Le. 4.. IIsw foar Caidh,
ae incI' arnd Old .Javna COFFEE;
Fiet lac'k and' ireen TEAS;
Csitf-e noal lIrawna S Ct A lS:
Crsedaais and PuC verh~sed SLUGA R;
Csaint.d SLUA RS, A. Ii. anal C.
Fias SY R UP andl MOLIASSES ;
Finea Endish l)iary' IlEE.E;
G -lose lT'.'TEi If saeiry superor' qsnali'y:
F ";e.-h S".in. Itutter and dagar CRAC.L' E1I8;
Fir.. Frers lItCE:
PO WDERI, SilOtT ans~d LEAD. &c., &c.
ts rsee..i'ed : full na,-ssros ,'if .1l ET' A4 LIt
PIUC R IA L. CA SES. ali sizer, wisch wl ai ben ssshs
a~W FL) t cas II. I buay foar Cash, sad will Ibe
es'sarily i',.mp elled t-, sell on tihe samea termsa.
irsy dla'y i.. the l.mge- teredlit thait will lie givers.
Als, son hsanasa AJIOCiANY CUFFINS at Au.
saa prit'ea. Casmunsn W1OOD CoFFINS msade
asuit the arde'r, bocth in quality rand psri'e.
J. M. WITT.
An ag- 2?.1 ''o . .. _.... ..r3
EDINSTRATOR'S SALE !
Y irine' of an ordear froma the Orslinary I will
p rceed tas sell ait Ise Iase re~sidlernce ofl Johnt
. tirdnerr dee'dl., on TlII'RSIDAY. the 21st 5.1
e ~ruasry. a pnJon of st'he pearsonsal Estate of' sad
eead, conrsisting sit
A Lot of Id~kely Negroes,
OU LIKElY YalN' MI'l.ES- ONE HlORSE.
AND ONE SilA) FlSlER~lY CALLED
TEPSxt.-On a credlit until the first of Decem
cr next, with interest f'r.'m dlay asf sale. Notes
jh two aipg .. -.- seensrities will bse required.
S. WY. UA RDNElR, Adha'srr.
Y viture of ans oarder froma Wa. F. Durian'e. Os"
d iarv' sf Edkelicid1a Dia'rie't. I wi'll lrsacI
senll ss IUR ISUAY, the 2thl Febsru~ary, lSt61,
at the late residemnce of llsrrie.t Msartin. deae'd.. all
lse uRal and Persoanal Estate sof said deceased,
A TRACT OF LANDl
44lheron the deconsed'a lived at the time of het
1ensth contairing One. lundred and sixty-nins
res, maore or less.
Seveteen or Eighteen Negroes,
IRSES AND MI'LFS, CATTLE AND lu:'US
CORKN .- XD FODDEI|,
louseold and Eitches.n F"urnaiure, Plantatior
T'ER.3.-Ona a c'redit until the irs't day of De
.embeatsr 1801. with Interest froim day of sale. Al
n sas ndeslr live dosllars enash. Puarchaaser toi gio
Nose itih twoasgasod sureties to securo the purchas
no saey. Any prosperty ressold will be sold sit th
- k af farmer puarchaser.
3. II. H1ttsIES, Fax'<r.
rea 12 :t 6
U reived a.nu r'ar .;s " loan 't r ensls, a:. ta
pea107 kg~ ofj FLO~l~I tromn Dusn's lille, in
grad !! fach~. L- JI. 999%i$#
, e 'S 's.4'
The Furman University.
T r ex. Termtnf tii Institutin wili apen
T on1 WN ESiD.\Y Ih 116th March tNeXt.
This Univer-iry ie .:tinizei -n lite plin of the
'nie er ity ef Virpi::in : aid there a:e al.w ertabi
lih,:d six Schools, viz:
.-.M ofeee .\s:.ehut iLangu::ges and Liter-e
1 'iScho l Mathe.inmrtie.s and Mveh.r.ive.
Ill.-.eool of : Mri;...-eshy n'! *e
tr.. e lov.
ed 1 .i3 tiat y.
Studer.j are alb -. i -
for which uieu m issv o : , j-r e.i.e. . .' .. !.
pros.ecute te Cour.-e ,ice:;:- te. any: e:.'re:v.; l
A pec.ial Conr:-e is Ii- erii i C t.
for ae:h of the t..li.n ing I) ,r i;..
Philr.eophy. ikeheulor if A r:: a: .,.- -. :.C.
There is alzo in connecti n i- . . .
and un'der- the0 superintle -Id l;e 1--:"'1 .-2
Prepra:.tory Ileparti me-it, :!
preiared. urer coi:per Tecel r-. t.. - -
severiil Sc6-hoolse o ti :r.iter.i.
P.yFior fir!!.:r in ir t-ri n 'i -
wkiieb usay lie hu.e 1-y idire- .
Prtzf. C. R. 1. .
J.ic 30Or itit ..
Clear Water Schoci.
M ISS Ml. A. illE reep-tini trfl i:to. ire
her friends and pairnurs that -hoe Stmin inei. 4
her Ste:einn of Twenity Week.- ne I keor War -I.
the FIRST MONDAY JN F Elili'ARY e i::.
to circm starnet het-ud ltr .:.tr.I. .. .
vere ine.pirli.n iI nrphli-ne.:-t wr.,.
Wats postpe3n14 d ut:1 1 IIt Febrtetu v. il l.::. . -
unry. Tertna as usu.l.
Feb1 G 2
Edgefield Male Acadcmy
TIE Exercises td t' ;i Ii. re ste
were retcuuied wn Monduy o.-- io
. The Tru!tees conhli-t'
attention to) this H:gih -.':.e0 :,.
of the very best preparatotry Ae.eic- i:, :i.5
Carolina. They have (ally i i.-d b.oh 't it
and Assistant, indI find theii to be thei e.* I..
for the posts they respectie.:ly .eni y.
marked improvenent of pupilp utikr viri
dunce and instruction, as wsel: int u.e ,
morals as in edueatioinal ntis.tiine- :. is 1.' e
voucher of their worth t:id .litlhie.. Ni
fore appeal to p.erents itl u:rJia:i 4 ::.1
at once the rnatureil lifailiti.-. h-re t-in.e5 I .
their reach. It will he ti -:sierr- .tl 1-. -
of the Truslees to ipervise the Irti'uli
the well-hoing., and beut intererts al ti e.-lt .
TERMS, PER SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF FUL.1 Y
Lower Engli.-h Branches ..................$32.04
Higher do. 'do. .................. Z6.31
Claories and Higher Mathe:ties....... t
It is earnestly hoped that, etini:e wi lie
made, as far as practieteble, during the fit nec
of the Fession-the earlier (he .et ter.
Good board easily obtainel at tenisoinable rtes
in highly respectable families.
The possibility of dissipation on the part of
students will be continually and ccrofully parecd
against. R. T. NIMS, ..
UEO. A. ADDIStN,
J. B. SULLIVAN. )
iro. A. A prtsos, See'ry and Treap'r.
Jan 9 tf
Ninety-Six High School.
T11E Exereisesit o itis ltti:nti--n
will be r-suened rtf t I:- 4:i M. i.bsy
W of January. Pl-(. i- de!r I;<- ,ip. rie
tenlance of Mr. J. MAN i.Y 1 Al.
, ees i Tui:.ion and TIn-e! the -atie ti t' :
of .i.ilar IN stitutiin ief h.rning.
Feer fiutther pearticulars app'~y to thee P'rincil a!.
or to WM. CAl R T ER. Cha&rmisni.
L'eur' of Trustees.
Ninety-Six, S. C.. Jn 11 - 7 I
t lE disturbeanees in the politienil werld hav.
. .. ...... ...C :-n n rly a o6
D'l El.U E RLT 11. \N Dt biu l~e'.el ie tunx l:.t..i
hVli' N es f .. .-i. etien. ii. I a em : 1.ie:i-..it
..ine tee 5:ivye : .I'. :bat urnle. theyl :.re .'d to
:li, .r en:et;5i e ry a rret;gte in. iade byv Ii
1.'ah dr.y eif Februatry next, theey wrill 'e stul in~
.! erim instely. E. '. t'- ; 0 K
.J.in 14 tIl
yjO TI CE.--Ail j.ters.Irei in-.b.:. e' to the E.
i tie of 1)r. A. t;. ll..war-I, de'-I., ire rcetuen-.
d to make payment, andl thoese having eleaneehs
yiist the same, to presetnt them peroperly at
a~go~l. JULIANA HOWARD', do
0. D. TILLMAN. ~ Ade
Meey 15 12 19
Cash and Cash Only !
r, 11E Subhscriber hei.ving moevedl his S' IOCK (OF
.5 40l~CEl1 IEs. A.,. tei the Ce.r::er eef .lelhr
-een andie i-yainn S:reet, tee the S:tee .iicien termver
.ie*cupied by1 W:~t a .iilusen, will be hue;l.-y tee
it ten hsis lriie.. iad custe . wh withWa to
i.nv Famailv tireecesres fosr t:-e CAS II.
Uine an01 inil oef my cus-tomner' who' have beeen
-etisg their supp;ies onf a few dayes titne ncre earn
-aely re-.tuiste.d toei! andl 3it ettle very soon, as I
-n- h:.ve money.
L. it. CO;BUt'RN.
Jani 7 tU I
teru l:Ec;TMENT. S. C. M.
Pr.w:.w: LaNss, J. ti. 1. l~til. ,
P UltUA NT to an eer.!r frem~ lritt. Gecn. Jo1's
is. ll.mvs an ehe.etiei for COLON EL :f th
:.niit.ie-n: S. C. 3., nithlbe lheld. in he nri
ee iy, th'e :ll e-.y eef Feblrunit y iet, to t ia :he~
iealetv eeccaeiedee by thle r~i:eti'ien of (Nil.
itt 31 i)%. The 3luagyers teo nmet ne the lRe;:i
..eal pearinde greeunde on: the Mot .;y feelloreiur.
.-ee-t.:t the v..te-'. nna~e t run:.:it teethitmh a .:re
,.efnt ini wrin.e: ite deehe i;;adi- r Genera! aboit:g
h result of the eheeon.
Lt. Co:. 'Jhl Reyst. S. C. M.
J:-n:O 4:t 4
9-rn RETF;MENTf, S. C. M.)
Pt..A.sNT LYm. Feb. I1. 1SOI.
A COURtT MARTIAL will convene at John
Chienethnmi to r e,. e'n S.eturda~y the 2d1 Mareh,
eer thie puorpose of Iryitng all deflterse for the
ietet.tf Militi. andr Patreel duty. The Cotutt
wml couint ref the rfeitowing ~imeers
M..j. S. It. I! .ileK n. P'resientt.
Ceeyt4a. Iirdl. Chieah-sme. eii.dtu Rer, iesutE.
Timtermnist, 31eSfin aend W lls.
liv order eof
G. W.' IlU R TON, Lt. Col. Commnanding.
R. Bat.'ssos, Aidjet
Fh 13 3t 6
ASMALL BAY MARE MULE, ai ont tren
years led-mnaue und tall cropped. Any in
ter:sti in euneerninig said Mule thsankfully re
eeiveed. J011N E. BACON.
Fe l f 0
UST receiv el FIFTY BAGS superior Sporting
S lI0T, all No~a AIheo, on hand a supply of
goodl POWDER, CAPS, &c.
S. E.B0IWERS. Art
11ainburge Oct 16 tf 41
NOTICE TO Tli0SE CONCEIINEU.
ALL persns liinulc to the~ Estate of Dr. W.
I) . lJhnson~, dCeed., are neotiliced to matke
speeay paeymenit : aiced Itost hatving claimns against
said telate arc requte~sted to hand thetm ire, legally
attesed.1. 3. IN(GRAN, n X's
A. 1H. JOfINSON.
FI ebl ____ 4t______ 5_
OST7, on Tuertday afte~r tale-day in January
Llast, n. smtall POCKET IjO0K, conteaining~
eliti Eeotr 1jeslars ie chnn:.:c, anid one.Note eu
.,er T..we. in: faever e EL. C. lletrong: kl't r.
-i . '.::: I U. ?.i. Heui for $3; (I, 'ide
*i . :..r : t---.lltt!ee~r t ei-ut-mere.. A ete,
- f only. All per e arC teceiy e tut,-e.W~ I ori
f eiing for either c-i tho ibovel~inei1pe.a
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