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Ts H. LARK,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE, OVER B. C. BRYAN'S STORE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 20 tf 7
The Saluda House
IS NOW prepared to entertain .Travellers and
Regular Eoarders on as reasonable ter&s as
any other Hotel in the District.
Customers will find there every accommodation
for Man and Horse, and a disposition in the oc
cupant and employees to bestow every needful
athaution upon them.
The location of the House fits it e-pecially for
the eitertainment of those who wish to be a little
retired from the noise and confusion of the public
square. Come and see for yourselves.
R. B. BOULWARE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 18 2t 7
WILL be prepared during the ensuing Court
to accommodato a few BOARDERS on reason
able terms. HORSES will also be well-cared for.
Enquire at the Sheriff's Office.
M. B. WARD.
Feb 20 2t 7
Boot and Shoe Businuess.
T IE Subscriber has now on hand a Sne and
superiorlotof LEATHERS, CALF SKINS,
1-c., and is prepared to make te order,
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c.,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
He warrants his work to be executed in a au
rable and workmanlike manner, and will attend
promptly to all orders.
He respectfully solicits a share of patronage.
RV' Stop next door to T. Root's Store.
B. W. CHRISTIAN.
Feb 20 tf -7
TLIE Co-l'artuership existing between JOHN
WOOLLEY and D. B. MORRIS, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The under
signed will continue the business.
Granitaville, Feb 11, 1861. St 7
'96 & AUGUSTA STAGE LINE.
T'lE Agency of this Line was this day changed
T into the hands of Mr. G. L. Pefin, at Edge
nield C. H. P. S. RUTLEDGE.
Feb. 1, 1861 Im 5
Y Virtue of sundry Writs of FierI Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to Pell at Edge.
:eld Court House, on the first Monday in Mar.
next, t.nd day following, the following property in
the followiug cases, to wit:
A. J. Hammond & W. G. Harris, Ex'ors. vs.
U. F. Strom; D. D. Brunson vs. The Same; Va
rious other Plaintiffs vs The Same, Three No
gro Slaves, viz: Lucinda, Grace and Aaron.
The Bank of Hamburg, S. C. vs. M. A. Crafton,
Moses Taggart and wife, M. E. Taggart, Thomas
S. Crafton and Snowden S. Crafton, One Tract of
Land containing Five hundred and sixty (560) I
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Jeff. Nixon,
the Estato of John W. Garrett, Joseph- Morri
wether and others-the proper'y of the Defendant
Mrs. M. A. Crafton.
Isaae Harris vs. Wm. E. Legg; R. S. Millan
vs The Same; Chaffeo, St. AmIand & Croft vs The
Same; Other Plaintiffs vs The Same, One House
ad Lot of Land situated in the Village of Edge
field, where the Defendant now resides, contain
ing one acre, more or less, and adjoining lands of
Lewis Jones and others.
E. J. Walker and Julien Cummings vs. Moses
Harris: B. Jabes Ryan vs. The Same, One Tract I
of Land where the Defendant resides, containing
two hundred and thirty-two (232) acres, m'~ore or
less, adjoining lands of Benj. Bettis, Joseph
Sweareigin and Lewis Miles.
James Smyly, Adm'or., vs. Uriah Hodge, One
Tract of Land, containing fifty-threo (53) acres,
inure or less, adjoining lands of James Rodgers,
T. S. Wright and others.
John Fox vs Bluit Padgett ; A. Jones, Assignee,
vs. Bluit Padgett and Ambrose Whittle, Two Ne
ro Slaves, Mat and Harriet.
Abram Jones vs. Emri Padlgett; other Plain,
lf vs. The Same, One Tract of land containing
Four (4) acres, moure or less, adjoining ljuds of
i'hos. S. Bates, Winniey Padgett and ott5.rs.
Johnson A. Bland and o'thers, who sue for the
1ce of C. Lowry, vs. L. S. Johnson and wife Hfar
iet E., One 'Traict of Land, known as the "Egypt
fract,"' containinig Two hundred and fifty-seven :
thers. Also, Four Negro slaves, viz: Jerry, Pa.
ienee, Lewis and George.
J. A. Bland and others, Ex'ors., for another. vs
. Bt. Ilarris and Jonathan Woever, One Negro
'irl Jane, the property of the Defendant J. B.
Bland & Butler vs. Lewis Covar; John Hluiet
s. The Same and Jnmes Eidson ; Various other
ilaintifes vs The Same, One Negro Girl Manda, .
he pr.pe~rty of, the Defendant Lewis Covar.
David it. Strother vs. M. W. Abney; James
sheppa.rd vs. The Stame; A. T. Hodges vs The
Same; J. W. Stokes vs The Same; Other Plain
i~s vs. The Same, One Tract of Land at Potters
ville, containing One hundred and forty-four (144)
aeres, more or lets, adjoining lands of Gun. W.
C. Moeragne, Robt. H. Mimns and others. Also,
ne House and Lot of Land in the Village of
Egetield, where the Defendant now resides, caon
tamning eight (5) acres, more or less, aadjoining
Mrs. J. McClintock. Mrs. L. Sheppard and Lewis
Jones. Also, Five Negroes, vir : Pleasant, Betty,
Tom, Matilda and child. Also, Three llorses,
.ne Carriage and one Buggy.
M1. 0. Talman, Admn'or., vs. A. G. Gaskins; S.
II. Junes fur A. J. Rotunatree vs The Samie, Onei
Tract of Land containing Five hundred (500)
aeres, more or less, sdjoining hands of Col. J. F.
Burress, D. J. Gilehrist and others.
3!. fl. Talmnan, Adm'r. vs George Galphin;
Stevens & Rtountree vs. TfheE.anme ; John L,. Hiar
mion vs Thu Same, One Tract of Land containing
Sixteen (16,) acres, more or less, adjuiaing lands
.f Mrs. A. W. Quarles, Wmu. B. Dorn and others.
Also, one Sorrel Horse and one Rockaway and (
J. F. C. Settle 's John L. Nich..lson : Other
Plaintitre vs The Same, One Negro Bo'y Elbert.
31. 0. Taiggart und wife .vs M!. A. Craftun, Ex'x.,
and o'thers, A Tract oft LandI where the Defen
dant resides, containing One Thousand acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Thos. McKie, Joseph
Meriwether, G. Nixon and others.
Shepapard &k McCreary vs. John L. Harmon:
Ge... W. L:andrum vs. The Ssame; Fo'rce, Wood &
M\itchell vs. The Same; \'arious otiher P'laintuirs
vs. The Same. Onae Tract of L-aud whereon the De
fnatnt now re~sides, cent.tiniing Eight Hlundlred
(if0O) Acres. muore aor less, boundaed by lands of
Samuel Co..k, Win. B. Dora and others.
Luther Roll vs. Charles Hiolley, One Tract of
Land, whereon the Defenidant now resides, con-a
taning 'rwo Hundred (2111) Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Mirs. Elizabeth Clark and others
DavidI W. Sloan vs. James Wooten and James
A. Abney, One Tract of Land conataininig One
hndre'd (l10l) acres, more or loss, hounded by
ladis John Wooteni, Satmuel Webb and others
-ols.c the prayerty of- the Defendant James
.'Termas Cash. L EWIS JONES, s.e.o.
FebS,1861. 4te -8
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fiura Facias to
mte directed, I shall p~roceed to sell at E.lge
teld C. II.. ion Saturdlay the 2nd day of Mardi
next, the following paroperty in the f-ollowing ea
sec, to wit:
Jiahn A~hurst vs. T. S. Hudlson ; Other Plain
titi-s vs. The Same, Six St..ol Chairs, 1 Rtoekinag
Chair, I Cradle Crib., 10 WindIow Shad s, Six
Cane Botton. Chairs. I hloreau, 3 Tlruuks, 2 Ta.
Ie,. Safe, I Towel Rsck, 2 Wasch Standls, 1 .Toi
let Looking tilass, I Carpet, 1 pair Aindirone, I
Shvel andl tongs. 2 Water Buckets, 1 Castor, 1
L.t Crockery. 1 Lot Glnes, 1 Lot Booaks.
Terms Cash.L EWIS JONES, s.L.D.
Feb 15 3te 7
T ilE death of Col. CII RISTIE renders it ne
esary that the business lately commenced
by us in Hamburg should be closed up -at an
early date. Therefore, all persons who have made
ills waith the Hfiuse are oainestly requested to
cl..se them by the 110th of February;
From and after this date, I will sell the entire
Stack of Merchandlise, (which is fresh and desi
rable,) at prime COST FOR CASli, or Bank
Ntte. W. P'. BUTLER, Survivor.
Hamburg, Jat 1 t f 5?
A LL persons are herebay cautionedl against tra
iling for a Note given by the Subscriber to
Chares F. Harris, of Concord, N. C., for about
Two haundlred and twenty-tive ($225) dollars, da
tedI on or about the 12th September, 1S60, and duo
the first of Marcha 1361. a, the consideration for
which said Notet was given hats proved unjust and
wrtlesc. I will not pay the same unless com
pelled by law, WV. F. DURISOE.
Feb 18,1l01.. 3t 7
NOTICE.--All persons indehated to the Es
taeo amuel Herrinag."d!e'd., by Note aor
Acouint, aire requcstedl to meet me at the Ordina
rvs Ofli,-e, at Elgetilabl C. Hf., on the first iduy of
lay text. Theose indlebtedl must pay on or before
he above diay, and those havinag neccoutnts on the
Estate maust render them in, itrected] according to
law. ISA AC ilEtttRiNO, Adm'or.
BANK OF THE STATE
CHARLESTON, Feb. 12, 1361.
T H E Legislature having, at its last Session:, au
thorized the ISSUE OF BONDS to the
amount of $675,000, bearing an interest of mren
per cent., for the purpose of providing the funds
required to sustain the State in the act of re
suming her rights of sovereignty, this Bank is
now prepared to dispose of the Bonds. They are
Issued in sums of $50, $100 and $500. An oppor
tapity is thus afforded every citi-en to make a
secure and profitable investment, while contribu
ting aid to the cause in which the State is en
gaged. With the view of enabling citizens in any
part of the State to share in the Loan, the Clerks
of the Courts of the several Districts have been
required to open books of subscription for the
Stock. Suitable arrangements will be made for
furnishing the Bonds on the receipt of the money,
at an early day after each subscription has been
made. Engagements for the purchase of Bonds
may be made at the Bank, or at any of its Branch
es. It is probable that, at the next Session of the
Legislature, those parties who dosire it may have
the. -rmls converted into Stock.
C. M. FURMAN, President.
Feb 27 tf. 8
A. J. PELLETIER,
Hamburg, S. C.
If you want a bill of DRUGS
If you want GOOD QUALITY
If you want VARIETY
Large or small the quantity
If BARGAINS and low prices suit you,
Go to Pelletier and trade;
Go to Pelletier and spend your money for
just the thing you want.
If you want the best DRUGS and MEDICINES
Go to Pelletier's Drug Store.
If you want SPICES, FLAVOURING EX
TRACTS, GELATINE, CREAM TARTAR
or SODA, Go to Pelletier.
If you want FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
If you want cheap SOAPS and good SOAPS,
Pelletier's is the place.
If you want the best and most popular PATENT
MEDICINES of the day,
Go to Pelletier's Drug Store.
If you want PERFUMERY, HAIR OIL, PO
MATUMS, Hair BRUSHES, Tooth BRUSH
ES, COSMETICS, LOTIONS, COLOGNES,
and FANCY ARTICLES,
Go to Pelletier.
If you want LARD OIL, LAMP OIL, LINSEED
OIL, TANNER'S OIL, MACHINE OIL, CAS
TOR OIL, PAINTS, VARNISII, PAINT
BRUSHES, DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS,
SAL SODA, POTASH, CONCENTRTED LYE,
BURNING FLUID, ALCOHOL,MORPHINE,
OPIUM, GUM CA.M PHOR, EPS. SALTS, and
the numberles list of articles generally kept
Go to A. J. PELLETIER,
IHamburg, Feb 27 Sm 8
To the Public!
I H AVE engaged the services of Mr. WILLIAM
MOUNCE. an experienced and excellent work
man, to take charge of a Wood and Blacksmith
Shop at my residence. We are prepared to
Rapair Carriages, Buggies, &c.,
In the neatest and best manner. Also, NEW
BUGGIES, of the latest style, built to order.
WAGONS of every description, with or without
Iron Axles, will be built when des.ired, and of the
best material. WAGON REPAIRING promptly
attended to. No Work will leave the Shop until af
ter close inspoetion from Mr. Mounee. Alt work
entrusted to his care will be warranted, nut only
for neatness, but durability.
GEO. J. STROTHIER.
Feb 27 3
10TII REGIMENT, S. C. M.
Mv. WIxLLING, Feb.20,)SO6.. .
aplisi~rl~ i Compa
J.nies once a week is hereby countermanded
by order Brig. Gen. Bates.
T. L. SMITH, Col.
E. H. Yousantoon, Adj't.
Feb 27 2t 8
10vu REGIMENT, S. C. M.l
- IT. Wi LLi~sa. Feb 20, 1861. J
T:IliRE will he a Court Martial hld at Rich
ardson's, ',n Friday, the 22d March next, to
try all defaulters for Patrol and Militia duty.
Each Captain will be responsible for a repiresen
tative from his Company.
Lieut. Col. Aiton wilt act as P'reaident.
V. A. Haerlong, Judge Advocate.
By order T. L. SMITH, Col.
E. H. YOc:3GDLooD, Adj't.
Feb 27 4t 8
State of South Carolina,
~. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
LV ORDIX.-R Y.
Giles D. Mime, Applicant, }Prliij.
Fred. Ergie aud wife Mary, et al.
B Y an Order from the Ordinary, I shall pro
ceed to sell at Edgelield C. HI., on the first
Monday in April next, for Partition, the Real
Es-ate of Mary Ann uniet, dee'd., consisting of a
TRACT or PARtCEL of LAND, lying and being
ic the State and District aforesaid,eontaining Two
Hundred (200) acres, more or less, ..n the waters
of South Edlisto, and bounded by lands of Rich
ard Gregory, Wdlliam Gregory, Henry Cato and
TElMXS.-S aid land will be sold on a credit un
til the first day January 1862. Purchaser to give
Bond with good security, and a Mortgage to the
Ordinary te secure the purchase money. Costs to
be paid in cash. Titles extra.
LEWIS JONES, -S.E.D.
Fe b277 t S
State of South Carolina,
M. A. Ransom, Guardian, )
Abner Bush nell and wife Lucretia, et a].J
BY an Order from the Ordinary. I shall proceed
to ieli at Edlgenleld C. 11., on the tirst Monday
in April next, for P'artition, thae Rten Estate of
Sarah R. Galman. dec'd., cunsisting of ai TR A CT
or PA RCEL of LAND, situatedt on 1Iorr's Creek,
waters or Savanniah Rtiver, lying and beiug ini the
District nnd State aforesaidl. anda containiog Four
hundiredl and Forty (440) acres, more or less,
boundled by land~s of the Estate of iB. Giallmuan,
Dr. II. Burt, RL. M. Fuller, A. Kemp andi .thers.
T~ll)/S-The above land will be sold on a
credit until the first day of Janu-ary 1862. Pur
chasers ti give Bond with good personal sureties,
and a Mortgage oft the premises to the Ordinary
to secure the purchase mnoney. Costs to .be paid
in Cash. Titles extra.
L EWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Feb. 25 5t 3
State of South Carolina,
Silis llutler and A. M. Smith & Co. vs Thammas
Chapman :IB. M. Saundeors and wife Ednevy ;Em-,
ily Chapman; Nathaniel McKny and wife Eliza
beth; Pinekney Biedenbaugh and wife Matilda;
Nancy Chapmtan and Lewis Turner and wife
Whereas, Silas Butler an?.A. M. Smith AL Co,.,
Creditors, have apliedlc~ to me,. by petitioni in wri
ting, praying~ that a part of the proceeds of the
Real Estate of Nathan Ch-papan, dee'd., may b,
paidi over to them ias credhitors, to satisfy their
debts; and it appearing to nmy satisfactiont that
B. M. Saunders andl his wife Edney, Defenad.int,
in this ease, reside beyond the limits of this State,
They are thterefoae requiredl to appear at the Court
of Ordinary to be bolden at Edgefield' C. II., for
ElIgefiold District, on Saturay, the 25th day of
Msy, A. DI. 1$6l, to show cause, if any they can.
why a p-,rtian of the procceeds of the sale of the
Ral Estate of Nathan Chiapmlan, dec'd., soldt by
we for Partition anda Dtivisionu, shiouldl not lhe p~aidl
over to the said Silas Butler uind A. M. Simith &
Co., to satisfy their debts, or their consent to the
samne wit be entered of record.
Given under may hadm and seal this the 25th day
of February, A. D., 18d1
W. F. DU RISOQE, o.x.na.
Feb 27 3m 8
TOLL ED befaore mu lby Lounis William'. living
a ,t Mt. Vintage, tcn miles South o.f E.l::efeldl
C. Ii., on the Stage Road, an estray HIORSE, of a
cream col,,r, about seven years old, small sized,
app,1raised at $75. 'rTe horse en be seen tat the
re.iidiuice iii Fraincis O'Connaor, at Mt. Vintinge.
The owner is requeCSted tin pr,,ve praperty, pay
charge' and t ske hima away, othecrwise ho will be
dealt with as the law dircats.
J. L. A DD ISON, Mi. E. n.
wab 25 Zast sanm 5
C. W. & J. B. HODGES
Successors to Drs. Teague,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
B EG leave to Gall the attention of the citIen
of Edgefeld to their complete Stocks of
2"2M."EI9E eft Gr'3E32TW 1--XX4M
PAlS, DRY AND IN 011,
Boiled and Raw.
Machine Oil, Train Oil,
Just received and for sale by
C. W. & J. B. HODGES,
Wholesaleand Retail Druggists.
Edgefield, Oct19 tf 42
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINAMENT for cure
f old Sores, Rheumatism, &c.
Radaway's Ready RELIEF;
Sanford's Liver INVIGORATOR, one of
oat Liver Medicines ever discovered;
Hostetter's celebrated Stomash BITTERS, sure
ure for DispepsiA;
Whitcumbe Athma REMEDY, certain relief in
Kennedy's Medical DISCOVERY;
Kennedy's Salt Rheum OINTMENT for cure of
Icr.fula or any kind of eruption:
Heceman A Co's Elixer of Calisaya Bark for
ure of Chills and Fever;
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltier APERIENT;
Clark's Female PILLS;
Marohises' Uterine CATHOLICON;
PHILOTOKEN or Female's FRIEND;
Pure COD LIVER, oil Jelly and a morepleasant
orm to take ;
Bryan's Pulmonie WAFERS which affo:rds re
ief in ten minutes.
- Just received and for sale at
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42.
FOR THE HAIR.
Veimstreet Inimitable HAIR RESTORATIVE;
Mrs. S. A. ' ai's World's Hair RESTORER
.nd Hair DRESSING:
Phalon's Improved Magic Hair DYE;
1halon's COCINE, POMADE and Hair OIL, all
xcullent for giving the Hair a lively and glossy
The Ladice are solicited to give the above as
ortment an examination.
C. W. & J. B. HODOES.
Oct 10 tf 42
OF ALL QUALITIES AND SIZES.
Tooth, Nail and Shaving JBRUSIIES;
Hist, Cloth and Flez'h BRUSHlES;
India Rubber, Coars.-and Long COMBS, a fine
RizuaCOMBlS, Ae. .Applyabe Iauas Stne of
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct is tf 42
stracts for Cooking Purposes
Cox's Sparkling Gelatins,
Mace, Cinunmon, Cloives,
Cooper's Shred Isinglasv,
The above with everything usually kept in the
rug liuc, for sale low at
eC. W. & J. B. HODG ES.
Oct. 3, 1860 tf 1
FOR CIIILDREN TEETIhIING.
For sale lby C. W. A J. B. HODGES.
Ilver Gloss and Diamond Starchs
A large invoine of the abouve auperior ST A RCH.
at up in various sized packages, jdst, at hand, at d
rl be sold at very low rates, espeeially to dealers
t C. W. A J. B. HIODGES.
Oct.1, 1868 tf 39
N'ne and Cheap Family Soap~e
A large supply of really good and very eheap
anily SOAPS, just opened at
C. WY. & 3. B. H ODG ES.
Oct. 1, 18 tf 39
A large lot of superior quali-y. reveivedl by late
rrivals, at C. W. A J. l. H[ODGES.
Oct. 1, 1880. t f 39
PURE KEROSENE OIL,
OF superior quality, and colorless, for sale at
C. WV. & J. 11. H ODG ES.
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 39
SEGALRS AND TOBACCO.
Just roecived an assortment of as fine SEGA RS
is were eover brought to this Town.
Also, a choice lot of Chewing TOBA CCO.
Fr sale by C. W. A J. B. HODGES.
Ot1 tf 39
500 Lbs. Blue Stone,
For soaking Whcat, fur sale nt
U. WV. A J. B. H0O0 E9.
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 3
Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy,
A certain cure for Acthmna, for sale at
C. W. A J. B. HODG ES.
Oc l,1aan a 19
From . McKean's Islan
We are prepared to supply 01
customers with this GUANO,'at $4
Cash--or $47, payable November 1s
ESTES & CLARK#
Augusta, Feb II ot 6
LOOK AT THIS!
I HAVE just received on Consignment a 6
lot of BACON, (Clear and Ribbed Sides at
I am also constantly receiving PICKELE
FISH of all kinds-Mackerel, Trout, Blue at
All the above will be sold low for eash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Feb 11, 1861. tf , 6
I AM now receiving my Spring Supplies
CHOICE GROCERIES, consisting in pa
of the following, viz:
CHEESE, MACCA RONI, CRACKERS,
PRUNES, FIGS, RAISINS, CURRANTS,
PICKLES, SAUCES, SALMON, OYSTERS
SPERM, WAX & ADAMANTINE CANDLE!
NUTS AND SPICES OF ALL KINDS,
FINE BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS,
GIN, RUM, WHISKIES, &o.
Wg'AlR of which will be sold on the most a
commodating terms for cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Feb 12 tf 2
SDTIERN GROD1N HRIT TREES
FOIL SALE AT THE
Near Augusta, Geo.
BY FLEMIING & NELSON.
T HE Subscribers offer for sale a fine lot
GRAFTED YOUNG FRUIT TREES, cot
sisting in part of
20,000 APPLE TREES, one and tw
ears old, and from five to eight feet high, amon
which are sixty of the best Southern varieties.
15,000 PEACH TREES, one year old
of very thrifty growth, forty varieties of whit
ripnu in succession front early June to Novembei
5,000 PEAR TREES, thirty var:etiei
ll ot' which are on Qouince ruuts. '
15 varieties of PLUMS. ripening in suecessio
-hroaugh the suunner. Also, APRICOTS, NEC
rArIiNES, ALMONDS. FIGS. GRAPE CU'
VINGS, STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ASPARA
'US ROOTS, &e., &c. Ever-blooming ROSE
,nd Ornamental Shrubbery.
Our TREES will compare favorably with thoo
of any Southern Nursery, and we will sell as cbea
-is any of theta. We take groat care in packin
hem in M1os and Straw, so that they may b
.hipped safely to any part of the Southern Statei
Descriptive and Price Catalogue sent gratis t
dil applicants. Address,
FLEMING & NELSON,
Feb13 3 m 6
5,000 BIUSIIS.CIOIE WIlTE CQR
1,000 " " YELLOW COILR
800 " SEED OATS.
40,000 LBS. NEW IIACON SIDES.
0,000 " " " SIIOULDElt
0,000 " " " IIAMS.
-,000 libl1.. Ilstyt'i sup. Plhos. LIME
1llE$E'S GUANO, LA ND PLASTER. BON
DUST. ll.A U(ll's RA W lIoNE SUP. PiIOI
PilATE, COE'S SUP. PlhOSPHATE, and
ON IIANDJ AND ARRIVING FOR
STOV'ALI., McLAUGIILIN & 00.
Augusta, Ga., Feb 4 4t 5
AND ONION SETTS.
[ N GREAT QUANTITY AND VARIETY, as
to-r sale at-hew p"'lee y
A. J. PERLLETIR & CO.
llsLmbar;, Dec 12 3mu 4'3
IMAPO1RTANT AD ESSENTIAl
FOR FrA.lVILIES I
:'ORIGlA SARSAP'AIRILLA COMtPOUN]
.. Dennsis, 31. 1)., Augusta, Georgia
'tIF l'VU TinE 1:L.oob .t51 ND DIE.I5E
OF Til LiriE,|.
Entr.ttgh haos been suai itin f:-eu gift Almanaec
ndl by Noartherit adv.-rtis.-rs ofr S erinpoarilla abot
t virtues. Southearnt peoploe can easily -ascertai
,bichi is ste bueL-anad the besat adaptedl to Soutl
TIlMULATING OR HOT BITTERS~
Y RPIEIJSI.A, Oil I'AI IN T'P 11 TOMlACJ
----tele byj jid0ynI(ont ur colds-nu td foor
FE3il L E ('0)liLl AiNTX ARISINGU
80OUI'IERN PAIN KILLER,
S timuula tin g Linamxent
To those who w..uld prefer a P'AIN' KCILLE
prepared Suelth this is re.etiully prettnte
Thi- prprto anu beent extnsively tried1
this Dlbtrict. It the l'aina Kilter parepsared Norn
as no~ better thanu this, why nut by the one prepa
ed South, so long as it p,zoves the Lost.
A. iMeliille 1110e V'ilirsible 1t11u1 UoI
' DR. D)ENNIS'
or sudden antd dangerous attacks sof disease,
Sasnw, A popalectic Affect ions, Crtamtp Colic,
Vintlent Paitn itt the Stottneth or Bowels,
Severe Colds, Cotagestivo Chills, or
in diseases in which a Medicine
is watttedl for immtedoiate use.
By dilutinag it with Syrupt, Hounay or sweetent
water, it muay be tmatde useful in a gretat vauriel
of diseases of a mild nature. It nets, in rehievi:
Colds or Chills, by produtcitng a warm actioni
the whole system, and boy tquietiunguervous attnsed
For H~orses, Mules, &c., this Tincture rarel
fails to ecure even the wuryt cases of Colic. It hi
been tried so often, and proved successful, that
is now regarded altmost as a specific. Price,
yi-All of the above Medicines are for sale 1
Mr. E. Md. PENN, at Edgefield, S. C.
Feb 6 5t - 5
A NO. 1 Lot of STRONG BUGGY HA)
..NESS. Will be sioltd low if applied for soc
S. E. BOW ERS, Agt.
Feb 11 tf 6
500 LBS. EXTRA FAMILY COD FISH;
20 Booxe. No. 1 hIERRINGS.
FIVE Dozen 2 lbs. FRLESHI TOMATOES, nt
arriving and for sale low by
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 13 tf 6
25BLS. ALABAMA WHITE CORN WHI
KEY, now landing andI will be sold low
cash. S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 13 tf 6
N OTICE.--.AIl pursuits indebted to the I
tate of Col. 8. Chrnistie, dlee'd., either
Nasto oar Account, are reqtuar5td to tmake immoe,
teloamentt andio thoeu havaing demutandls aga
the samto will present tham to the undermign
ev3,1O. W. C. MORAG NB, Admn'or.
. a-s saa 4
- Would respectfully announce i
Id Rich Embroidered and Fancy Dress SI
Plain and Figured MEtINOS and DEl
French EMBROIDERIES, comprisini
- Ladies' Ctoth and Vlvet CLOAKS, or
Ladies' Lynx and Sable Fur VICTORI
A large supply or Lidies' SHAWLS;
)f Gold Embroidered MUSLINS for Ladi4
rt A complete assortient of HOSIERY;
Bleach-d and Brown SHEETINGS and
Irish and Pillow Case LINENS; 8-4 am
Damask TABLE CLOTilS; Mamask ]
Rieb Printed and Embroidered TABLE
Whitney BLANKETS, of extra size an
Ricliud Factory PLAINS and KERl4
A GREAT VARIETY
ALL OF V
SOILD .AT T i-E
mI&The public are requested to call am
Augusta, Dec 4,
J. E. MUNGEi
Successor to E. Tweedy,
H AS now in Store a large Stock of FI
GOLD and SILVER
Of celebrated makers. Also, a Rich variety
Setn of CORAL, CAMEO and LAVA in En
can and fine Gold.
DIAMONDS, RUBY and GARNET in P
Rings and Ornaments.
n A great variety of GOLD FINGER RIN'
BREASTPINS, EAR RINOS. Watch KE
CHARMS, Neck, Vest and Fob CHAINS;
U. S. Mint Standafd of Solid Silver SPOO
S and FORKS, fancy Sets;
LADLES, GOBLETS, CUPS, THIMBLES,
e FANCY GOODS In great variety suitable
e Pine Silver Plated CASTORS, CAKE 1.
0 CANDLE STICKS, Doubie Plated SPOO
and FORKS, BUTTER KNIVES, ta,
Cheap Pocket KNIVES for Boys, and a lirge
sortment of FINE PEN and POCKET CUT)
RY, which cannot be undersold; also DIRK i
Colt', Remmington and Allen's R EPEATE:
Sinele Barrel PIRSTOLS:
BELTS, CAPS, &c., in fine variety.
My assortment is conplete in GOld, Silver
Steel Frames. And I eni suit any sight andl
lung good vision to old age.
S I have a greater variety and a larger nutu
than the whode muarket can abow, and at pr
from $l,L.0 to $30 each, warrnted perfect ti
Lamns and Kerosene 0
lN4 BROAD ST., OP'POSITE A~UU USTA HOT2
AN S L O LUVJIIII.A, .l. C.
have on hand a
of new styles
HATS & CAPS,
PRESSLY for tny
) trae.My gooads
are warranted fur
s John Woolley's Graniitev'ille Ha
p9-He is now manmufacturinig FUR HlA T
low as $1,501.
SThe pubhlie will tand it to their interest to
o lme a call at either piee ofr hl:nsieun, as niy (i
. will be offered at inuderate p'rce
Augusta, Sept 25 tf
HI AVING bought out. the Stick on ban,
W1~ITT & 11 UDSON, I will continue tbt
F'URNIT'URE AND) UND)ERTAKI
At the old stand betwcun: .,on C..lgan and
P'etit, Agent, iand will try atid lelase mll who
fAvor mu. with their patrimnnge.
Aug 22 . tf
' 1lE Firm of A. J1. PEL.LETIRt & :
i .ruggists atnd Apotheen~ries in thme Tow
n tlumburg, w.as this, the 7th day oft Jummry I
h dissolved by tiutunl comnsenit. The Itouks, N
anti Accounts will b~e fond in the hanids iot A
PELLETIER,. who alone is authorized to se
the business of the late tirmn.
R. J. DELPHt
[A. J. P'ELLLETIER.
Hamburg, Jan 7, 1861. t
A DMINlSTRATOIIS. NOTICE.
tice is hereby given that all piersonls in
wise indebted to tihe late Jo~hn J. Jenninmgs, die
prioir ton his death, are requsted to make pnty,
Lto the undersigiied before the 12th February u
and that those who neglect o~r refuse so ti, do
be sued. Also, all personls having demnands agnl
said deenmsedl, are requested to present such
imands, duly attasted,. to~ the undersignied.
y LUCY JENNIN(S' A
g E~LDRIEI J. WILLS.Ai
n Jan 7 Sta
N oTICE Is HIEIEB3Y GIVEN to
concerned that a linni settlemunt on the
t tate of Alfred May, doe'~d., will he nede uon
130th day of A pril next, in the Ordinaury's 01
As time Estate will he insufficient to pay tihe d
yof the said dereased, all thme creditors will be
peted to present their denmands, and all inde
will settle by that time.
C. M. MAY, 1 E
SJan 28 3
-LL persons indebtedl to moe by Note or
Acount will pleasie call anud settle, as it wil
impomsible fur nie to do b~usiness unlei'a I canl
leet money to pay my debts. If you cannot
in full pay all that you can and relieve my ne
sities. B. C. URYA:
SFeb A 4t
H UVOSE having claims against the Esta
.Elisabeth Bush, dee'd., are resqucated to
der them in legally attested by Thursday the
S March next, as on that day there will he a
or settlemient of the Estate of snid dee'd in the (
nary's Office. Those inidebted to said Estamt
notified that they must pay the same withmou
- lay. W. B. BUSH51, Adi
.. Fb1 lait
i EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
Superfine do. do.
Corn Meal and Grits.
FOR CASH. ft. T. MIle
Ju..1. If e
.o the public that he has just received
NOW ON HlAND,
[KS; Superior Plain and Figured Black SILKS;
INES; Fancy Ottoman REPS:
Muslin, Valenciennes and Point Lace SETTS, of
the Latest styles;
NES, CUFFS and TIPPETS;
!s' Evening Dresses
Welsh, Saxuny and Shaker FLANNELS;
SuHITIN.S'; 12.4 Linen SIIEETINGS;
d 104 Damask DIAPERS:
APKINS and DUYLES:
and PIANO COVERS; imarseilles QUILTS;
I quality; a Iarge as-ort ment Negro ILA INK ETS;
&lYS; Georgi.L STRIPES . Cutton OSNA BURuS.
OF OTHER ARTICLES FOR
rHIICI WILL BE
I examine the assortment.
GRAY & TURLEY,
NE AUGUSTA, GA.,
Have just received the following Southern Man
ufactured Goods, to which they invite
the attention of the Public:
Made by the
Eagle Manufacturing Company,
ro JCOLUMBUS, GA.
s HEAVY WOOL JEANS,
&c. Made by the
fur Eagle Manufacturing Company,
HEAVY WOOL KERSEY,
Made by the
Eagle Manufacturing Company,
nd HEAVY WOO0L KERSEY,
Made at the
RS Rock Factory,
HEAVY STRIPED OsNABURGS,
md Made at
ES Made at
i, Charieatmn. 1hi Stock conIsiats inl part 4of
EL P'ala Black and Fancy SILKS
WO?.STEDS andi P'OPLINS of the lateat and
(IN3lA MS andl CA L ICO.' in variety ;
CLOAKS ande SIIAWILS very pretty ;
A few line Velvet BONNETS:
BIONNITS andl lONNET Ri1BBONS;
L ttiea' andl Mis<e HA TS:
FEA.T HnERS. TI.\3MING S. Ac.;
EMIIROI)EIES, a beatiful uaortment;
IIANJK ERCilIEFS, GLOVE~S, Ae.;
11001 SKIRTS, &c., &c.
Table DAMASK, DOYLIES, DIAP'ERS and
FLANNELS of. all kin::
ts Ienlucky JEANS, SATINETS:
aC.A SSIMI Elt ES, a spalendidl article ;
KER1SEYS andl LAINS:
'l STIPltES nmud OSNABU'I(GS;
odec Bed andi Negro SL ANKETS, &c.
-L:adiesa, Misses and Chlldrenm's SHOES, GAI.
8 TERiS, &c.:
-- enct's and UnaysB00TS nudl SH OES, all kind. ;
P'lantation Ult00 AN8, &cO.
of Groceries, Crockery, liard ware, &c.
ZC'Call in and see them. I am determined te
se 'll as cheapi as' any House in Town.
Oat 16 tI 41
[i. beIIaa f.,nol oa~posite thme a. Xar lT.tel,
l_ murwiha good~ so-eck ofl
Fresh Drugs and M1edicines,
us gooud as cana be faannda in the Tawna af 11am
0O.. ,n rr. and I : be sotd aa law a he*y can b,
,aalaa', ught in aithaar liaoburg tar August~a.
tltl, FOR 3lENDNG1
BROhMEN WARtE OF ALL~ KINIIS,
BROKEN CHAIRSa TABLES. &c.
1 IInogKY tiis-roets AYIJ Breo FuIAwrs.
- Direct ians...-Wa~rm until thin and naply quick,
e- aind let set 24 hours be'Ore use.
ny Manufactured by
'd., .R. L. UENTRY, Dantasr.
:Cent Hlambuag, S. C.
" Dr. Martin's Great Remedy,
d- F.or the cure o.f Caansnmpation and all manner of
Lung dise~asea, &tc. Faar lIawel Conmplaints it atandts
'or pre-eminen5It. I refer li aipt. Vam. Seigler, Long
wire' ;, Capt. W illi. Staone, Mt. Willing ; JaLS. P.
Thoamp~aan, Esql., Mine Creek; Lake Rt. Tiltnan,
- Edgefleld, S. C.
D r. Cullen's Rheumatism Rtemedy,
tme I refer you to B. F. Hatcher. Esa'., Aiken, and
liee. E. I1. Chamuburlain, Etq., Rtelhb, S. C.
et Fever, Apue, mid Liver' Pills,
ud Which cures when all other remedies fail. I refer
tao lenj. Glaxuton, E.-q., Edgefield, S. C.; Elijah
trs Solaonmn, Esq., New York, and Lieut. L. H. Peek.
4 ard, H~aumurg, S. C.
prA-Call anda see me when you come down,
whether you watnt tu buy anything or not.
R. L. GENTRY, Agent.
paAll of the abaove Medicines for sate by
A- Catpt. E. M. PENN, Edgetield, S. C.
I be llamhuwrg, Aug 27 tf 3
Pf. The Second Call!
- 'I stt of A. URNSID)E, adee'd., mud
5ae lpeedouy brought to, a close. The creditori
aelaoosfaor a settlement of their claims.]
te of at once. Thoseja whn havo open necounts on the
ren- Bookuls, will palease settle thenm either by Cash a1
21t ~nte. The Booaaks aaf Accoaunts anal Notes ar<
final tilt in the hands-of Mr. A. What-, af Hanmburg
irdi. who Is fully authoriseal t, make asettlemecnt.
are LEWIS JONES, Adm'or.
d- Edgeflld C. H., Jan 25, 4t 4
Ii~OTICE.--All persoins inadebtedl to the Es
___ tate of Wadhing'tun Wise, dee'dl., atre reaqueut
otd to. cean faorward antd settle thu claimus again:
then:u; anal all thaase having detnadS against sah
Estate, are alsoa regnescmted to paresent them proper
ly attentend for payment.
s.H.A. SHIAW, }Acting Ex'rn
28 H.vg. WI fg 4
F. V. COOPER,
HENRY B. GALLMAN.
F-or Tax Collector.
W. 1H. HOLLOWAY,
C. 31. MAY,
lIER RY JIORNE,
:--I. PA R M
UPPER ROOMS OF MR. G. D. TILL3MAN'S
Edgefleld, S. C., March 19, if 11
T1]E Uidersigned will do 1'l work in the line
of DENTRISTY that m-ay be entrustedl to
him. le will take pleasure iu %waiting on thetu
at their residlences, if they will notify him thro.ugli
the Richardson Post Olliceer if desired at hi.
Father's resilence one mile and t a haf from Red
Bank Church. All work warranted.
G EO. M1. ETHERElG E.
Phylician and >'auyou ientiat.
Doc 13 f 49
R. J. B. COURTNEY will prompt'y pcrform t
all work in the line of DeXntistry that uay e V
entrusted to bim. le will take pleasure in wait- v
ing on those desiring his services at their rosi- u
deuce if they will untify hmu through the oilie at
Edgefield C. H. le will bo at the Village Sale
days and Court weeks.
fAll AND 1 11ES, 110!
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS
Wholesale and Retail! f
Geo. W. Ferry,
MASONIC HALL BUILDING, f
244 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., a
AS received a large and carefully selected
1 Stock of Gents Moleskin, Casaimere, Ameri- 0
can and French Felt HATS.
Cloth, Plush, Silk Yelvet, Glased and Seamlo'.- 7
CAPS, new and elegant patterns;
Youth's and Children HATS and CAPS, I:
great variety of handsome styles.
Silk, Alpacca and Giuighams UMBRELLAS;
Heavy Plantation HA'TS for Negroes:
Fresh Goods received by every Steamer. Pricea
as cheap as the cheapest.
Call and see,
Auguita, Ga., Sept. 19, 1860 f. SC o
LADD, WEBSTER & Co.'s
FAMIlY SflI MAICllIE8.
E are happy lo inform the public, that, l -
Y an arrangement with the manufacturers.
we are now table to uffer these
tVREATLY REDUCED PRICES
We resectfully invite the attention of all Ii
waIt of a go..d and1 V1aitul istrumert, to an ex
amiinationi or their mzany merit..
W AR R A.NT E~D
qulenty I i iat nge tu .una a. -- ..-.
I aest,1y hope (ins these trylng times) that all
enstomers who have a.' liberally r.stronaimia ne.
.ni who are now indebltedl ti me veill make pay-*
ment at their eamrliaet .hinvsnienP..
All CA'Sll OltDER.i with whiebh I amt lvaured
will be~ prompItly aittural,-d t. and tJOOD.S 80 LI
AT TilE LOWEaT PItlCE.S.
S. E. U OW 'ERS, A gent.
lalaurg. Jano 2-I, lst l. tr 41
CLOCKS AND WATCHES,
CARtEFULLY RtEPAIRiMD AND)
At the Shaortest Notice, f'or Cash Only.
My terms faor the future will lie ton the CASlI e
SYSTEM. I will deliver tao wurk fr..m nmy Sivl I'
but for CAlII. H. A. G RtAY.
Jan ;;l Itmo
T l E Subecr ibeur, haave. now tn Storea a LAlt0 1.
andl C0.\ll'LETE ncnin of
'rombracingi th~e beet iarietie.a of Seal nw extatnt. .
-a;int early :atm get youir supplliea -froti or tulln
tid ently Fl :E51i Stock.
Jan 9 tt I.
IFor the New Year !
T IIE $.ubaa~ieter tin tte.o.- tao his tnmtrane
cu.-taomers. tlb-st lna hai J U'"T It lEPll.N I lI
ED. hisam .tock w iih In:mty snew anda deasirauble
Whlic~h mt akea. his Si..ck very . 0.a ph:te arid read.)
for the aapemn. oaf the Neaw Year's r tr-e. wiebrt ,
a dll be uhl eta reia.nt:.ble termi, t. j.iin.-tea! ew
A very I -beral diiasounit uil i:e Imande au e. .
Jat' 2 ti 5
For the New Year !
EPENN, Agent, hias just receivid antd tot
124 t'ah, low for Cashm.
Fitne Rio nittl (ihi Avn C0FF ItE;
Fine Ilacrk atid rretn T E.tS;
Coffee atl lIrawna Sl't A 115:
Crushedand Pullu!verisedl SUGJA1;
Cltaritied S U GA R,. A. 11. andi C.
Fitne Entishl D'ary CIIEESE;
Gotshent llUTTEIt of very oupterior qua!li-y'.
Frcelt sa. Rutte'r tand Stugar CRACE ERS;
}Fine Fresht R ICE:
A pll aid White Wine VIN Ei At ;
P'OWDER, SlhOT anid L EAID. &c., &Ic.
Jan 2 tf 52
TUST received a full assortmien,' of MIET AILIC
BPIURtIA L CASES, all sizes. nhichi will be stald I
.LOW FOR CAS11. I buy for Cash, and will be
necessarily compelled to sell sin the same termes.
Thirty datys. is the loanget credlit that will be given.
' Also, on handi MAJIOG ANY CO)FFINS at Au
gusta priceS. Ciammoitn WOOD) COFFINS made
to suit the order, both in quality and price.
J. M. WITT.
tAug. 2t1, 1S800 tf 34
Patrons, Take Notice !
ALL Persons indebted to the undersigned and
Iwishing to obtain the usual accommodlations
during the ptresent year. are earnestly solicitedl to
make prompt and early payment, which will en
,able us to compllete otur Stock, and assist us in ex
tending usual credit to our customers.
HI. & N. E. SOLOMON.
IHamburg. Feb 12 fit 0
t N GEERING and~ all other MA4CHI
I NERtY enni be baiught itt iGREATLY RlE
- D CED PRIICES, at my Fountdiry andt Maehine
Shop ont the Georgia Rail Rital near the Augusta
Co.to.iRacGRT, Augusta, Ga. I
The Furman University.
T IIE next Term of this Institution will opell
on WEDNESDAY the 6th Muareh txt.
This Univerrity is orgainized wn the plan of the
Uiverbity of Virginia ; and the re ate now er tal
led iix- S1ool, Tix:
L-.chuol of Ancient Langunael ned Litera
ii.-ScIhool of Mathematier and Sfechanienis
IIl.-School of Natural Philoimphy and As
IV.-School of Chemistry and Natuatul Hi 1t0.ay.
V.-School of Logic, lihetorie and Evide:..i
Vl.-Schuut of Inte'leitual cind Morn lir
Itudenifts are allowe d lt enitr:.y of the .Cebo..lt
bir which they may be futnd ircparoed, atd to
iroAtente the Coure-reketed to zany extent tl.ey
A 'eeu'al Cvntrre it prnt il.ad in the Catulogue
sir each of th. i llou itg - Do gree-s : itnchtler of
?hiliosh11ly, Bachelor aif Ar:i ail 3ltter of Ai ts.
There ip also in cennecti.:n with the I':iverity,
nd under the superintet.dance of the Feculty, a
lreparatory Deipartient, in S ieb .tueltts are
repared, under eumapetent Tencbero, to vuttr tl
everal Schoois of the Ur.iver.iy.
J&*-Fvr further inm.Ition, ,uc Cataaleue
rhieh mnay be hail by nddr.e-in;
Prof. C. 11. JUUSON,
Greens ille, I-. V'.
Jan 30t 4
Clear Water Schcol.
V ISS M. A. BUIE reeluiatfully inlfutni
. hur friends and patrotns tlhat !,Che1 ritmt 1.1 d
,er Sessiun of Twenty Week. ut ('least W:ait r #
Ie FIRST MONUA Y IN 'EI'LM A RY. Cwing
a c'iruwintaneea Icy.ndl ier c.sztrew. .cha n, a.
ere iitapovition and tulaient we-:.thetr. cei l
ras postponed untl .r is Ii uary, in: ze ial of Jan
atry. Terms ae uzuAl.
Fel 6 :2 5
Edgefield Male Acadckmy
TIl Excivises of tt.i L.,tistm.ua
were rcerumd oil 3fot.h) l.S the
The Tru:te e<idently vil 1-tddic
attention to thi. .li-l. Se'in.ul n4 vile
f the very begt preparatory Acz.e mice in S.:uth
'arolina.. They have fully tried both 'aizciplat
nd Aassistant, atnd find thet it, be ite %ery iunn
>r the posts they reopectively cecnpy. 'The
arked itmp.rovenient at putpile' undj.r their gui
aice and inttructi,-u. fit well iii mniti.lel Nt 4
mrale ats in e-s'ucativnal advuueeucut, is the beet
oucher of their worth and ubilitiei. We tleie.
)re appeal to parents and guardiune to uiubra-u
t once the matured facilities hire plred within
2eir reach. It will be the business andt Il-. :.urg
f the Trustees to superviie the In,ti:urio-n tou
io well-being and best interests of all reLeurnsd.
'ERMS, PER SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF FUILTY
Lower English Brar.che,............... 2.f,
Higher do. do. .................. " .bu
Classios and Iligher Malhemsaalti....... 4.1.9
Inoleental expens ..................... 14A
It Is earnestly hopd that Cntz.nees will 4o
lad., ..s far as praneanble, duri:ng the Crat va ak
r the Eeseione--the earlIer the I#tirr.
Good board easily wbtaloed at rea Ute rates
a highly respaectable fuwiles.
The posslbility of 1i1.apilliu on the )-lt -f
iU4tnts wIll he cuttnuall , ad e nrefully gun:td d
gat. . T .I * .,.
AltTIMIU FIMEINS, g
GEO. A. AbbiFiKtN,
- EDMUND) PEuN,
J. 1D. SULLIVAN. '
G 7.o. A. A itao0, S6'e'ry ar.i 7reae'r.
olEdistirbances in the pllitical w.rlid 1.ive
Lvcry nuch dia ranged! Ile et. itiu a leii lie
I the '1.1 t.t.y iturit.g a Ia e,tert' ii t14. In. liay
arket. 1. ieb is evserely felt Iby .t \!.ati-.t, dli-g
credit buritnets. We are be..: d ia doubIt it, te
i.lt of n grent etidi, ltt I lI %#- tainih to- teli %e
e haive n hutight tutor.: le-- te iue. I ,tn the teforre
etertuled to keepe n;y $m...kI i.phliteil.e d ti. nact
to demniads of liny cutti.mtV. lIut tis 6 naie t
dronae without maeeans'. 1 in.iet ba.ve iliac) tea
rry on my baia.ee e'uremifullye, nitu sutn e. 01
lledl to enll on Nil a hio o~wen ina. at dles .ot. e.P
OTICJE.All Je.r'oaV ind--lt-d t., ali. Es
~tate of Dt. A&. 6. Itiwnr.l, dere.'.., are r..~ua.a.
to lke paytnsat, ande thoisae I.arir.g den.:iadsa
tninvt the ete.' a.. p.re~et th.--. tr"aI-rl.' *
iu-t. Ji.IAE A iL10WALD, g l~.r
Mesy IA 12 19~
Cash and Cash Only !
lIE Subliscriber baaving maved l.ie S a: I' (aF
IGIttCElt [Ei, 6tr., t' d!i t'..rrer *,t Jtrer
-Lrniedi iby Wair t .t tln-eir. . til I.. l.ai l y t
ei tin his trieaseis a:0 t al eet ' . l:u niih al o
u Fumiily ;recrier foar tie t'. -.!.
Onae anut all if may ui~uta.-rt:.- 1:.be ha , be
atting their suplllies oan ii few el.1? titutr are ena
atly reqeted~ to enll and aetile a ay -'e.e'. nia I
ut htve mior.cy.
Jan 7 -if . I
SCi)L*IT MIALTIAl. nil! eeitm-:,:e -.t did.!n
Chenthnm'as :::e..u.''.m . ::y the :M b alnaeb,
a.:let air 4lltni'iii t. 'utr..l a!hi'yi. 'Te Cut:t
.ili ol-saiat aof the folloewiug I:tli.-i ie
M..j S. II. it a.e ri;. preol. It.
Ca jn .t. bairid. Che.ai t iim. II ..!:nr.,. Iiloiwr, I.i.uti.
inin.. rmn, al-.itiai ui.d Mel
liv <-rier ..
1. lini rsas, A dj'L
Ueb 1:i I
SMALL~ lAY AllE LIU-. iL'-btut I.ni
ye.3~a iold-aaei ;u tail a l-iii1i.edI. Ate3 it.
rinti.n eeaneeritng id ialh: tl.iutl. lia Iy r..
elti. Jt.IlN I. BSACtN.
Fehb13 if G
USJIT receivaed FIhTY hAtis! sueioir ?porting
Sil10T, all Nate. AlIs.. ian handa at supra ..f
od POWDER, CAPS, Ae.
S. E. P.OWERtS. Agt.
H imbhurr, Oct 1a ul f 41
NOTICE TO THOSE CONCENElk
L 1L persoins indebded to the Eataite of Dr. W.
~1S. Jaohntson, dee'id., are neotified to imake
.ai.l Estate are reque'ted t,, hand them ii., legally
tesed. J- J. iNt;1:AM3. ) t .
A. HI. Jt)IINSON.J
Feb1 ______ _ 5
r OSTl, otn Tue'iany after raen.vy in Juu.usry
L laue. ii alal POCK ET iEt/etK. col aini.in;*
tout Fiatr Diollare' in chiange, anal on-e Nee'e eon
-teubn Roiwe, in Itavor iof 11. C. llieline, Aild'or.
fthu E.taete of H. M. llerlonle,. for ;:;.t.0, iduie
ec dauy aifter date-lte taot ra~eembered. Alsi.
me D'ue Bill ont George Speniraaann, fe.r $2,75.
1lt,, other prepers; receipts. Ae.. of value tie nay.
lf onaly. All per-ot.a are herebiy enutionecd fruoma
raling for either of the ab..ementieoned ,pigr
V. A. HEILU0EO.
Felt 5 3t* f
UST receivedl and for snte how foar cash, a cu
tpjerioar lot of FLOUTR from Doirn's hiile'. in i
med I Sacks. L. R. C0GBURN.
DeeI 1e' 49
r lE Subsacriber haa just received a finae Stock
ofG ItOCEiR IES. which lhe is aellinaguat very
low pricce' fair Canch. The Stock emabraces in piert
SUG AR anda COFFE E oif all grades ;
Fine SY-RUP and MOLASSES;
CIE ESEe R ICE, MACCARtONI;
GOSH EN BUTTER. fine article;
MACKEREL in Kits and Bnrrel,, &c.
J1. M. H[UDSON.
Dee 24 tf SI
Soda Crackers, ,&c.
N OW in Store the largest asrortmnent of choice
CRACKERS. BISCUITS, &c.--P. B. An
lerso'5 agrainst the world. I amn now reeiving
UTTER. SUGAR. BOSTON. GRAHIAM,
SODA, WATER. SilELL.. WAI.NUJT. LE.MON,
an' FOX CRIACKERS nnd BISCUITS.
MAio, Navy Ginger SCUNA PPS, Ac.
For sale how by S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Rui~ Oct 10