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roar and the fierce bayonets nash, there will be
foung the " Hamburg Volunteers," and this ban
ner floating exultingly high above the din.
" Pro arie erffcis,"
Our motto shall be:
We'll maintain them on land
We'll defend them en sea. -
With this standard to guide us,
All danger we'll brave;
It dball shroud its defenders,
Or triumphantly wave.
The undersinged propose to form a Military
-company, in conjunction with such others as may
co-operate with us, to serve as a home guard, and
for the further purpose of serving in the army of
the " Confederate States of America," in place of
any of the Edgefield companies, at the expiration
of the present term of service of Col. BAcoN's
A meeting will be held at the Court House on
Monday the 20th day of April, to organize the
company; and all persons from every part of the
District who may feel an interest in the cause, are
earnestly requested to be present.
A. PERRIN, F. L. SMITH,
E. M. PENN, E. J. BUTLER,
JOHN R. AITON, W. M. LANDRUM,
M. B. WARD, C. W. LEGO,
L. R. COGBURN, H. PARKER.
A. RAMSAY, J. A. ADDISON,
A. G. TEAGUE, L. 0. LOVELACE,
JACKSON CO VAR, J. C. BROOKS,
B. W. CHRISTIAN, H. B. GALLMAN,
J. WALTER HILL, W. P. JONES,
J. B. SULLIVAN,
Edgefield C. H. April 23d 1861.
Rally ! Rally !
At a meeting of citizens at Liberty Hill on the
17th inst., on motion Col. CHEA'rax was called to
Chair and Jas. A. TALBER'T requested to act as the
Messrs. William B. Dorn, Robert Lanier, G.
C. Mayson, A. Adams, John L. Harmon, Lewis
Reynolds, E. H. Chamberlain, Thus. Coleman,
Daniel Rountree, Jacob Green H. Edwards and
Jas. Harrison, being appointed a Committee, re
reported through their Chairman the following
Besolutions as the object of the meeting:
Resotted, That, we, the old men, and all those
not subject to military duty, in order to raise our
feeble aria to ward off any foreign or domestic
aggression, do organize and eAtablish ourselves
into military companies, in each Battalion Cem
pany of the Upper Battalion, of the 9th Regi
meat, in order to form a Battalion too be styled the
old man's Battalion, and Saturday 4th of 31ay he
the day appointed to meet at each beat, and or
ganize and elect Company officers.
Reaulecd, That we request the co-operation of
those who are now subject to military duty under
the statute of the State.
RewqIred, That we request each company, when
formed, to report through its Captain to the Chair
man of this meeting, who is hereby empowered
to) call the Companies together at Shinburg and
proceed to elect their Major.
Resoleed, That the proceedings of this meeting
be published in the Edgefield Adeertiver.
After which the meeting adjourned.
G. CHEATHAM, Cbairatan.
JAB. A. TALEn, Secretary.
I.iPoRTAIT stt5GNATION.-We learn from
the Washington States and Union that Col.
Hager, stationed at Baltimore, (Fort McIfen
ry for the defence of the harbor, and one of
t best officers in the U. States ordnance
corps, has resigned.
The States, in making the announcement,
"Col. Huge.:, wl ose resignation is reported
ab ve, is one of the best officers in the Gov
ernment. He belongs to the Huger family of
South Carolina, and has large estates there.
No one has doubted his fast fidelity to tL~e
Government, and, if not called upon to bear
arms against his native State, it was Dot his
purpose to resign."
E The Edinburg (Scotland) Courant,
of March 15th, in r leader on the American
revolution, says :
" We must recognise the Confederacy, di
plomatically, and negotiate with it frcey
just as we should with any new power that
might form itself--just as we did with the
South American Republics, when they sepa
rated from Spain. Here, our duty and in
terest coincide ; and our commearee will act as
a check on the selfishness of either Confed
eracy. If the north exclides our goods, they
will flow in at the Gulf ports and on the
Southeastern borders of the Atlantic; and
perhaps. too, we shall get a shire of the car
rying-trade. This is our intersst-but it is
also that of the Americans themselves-the
negro included, who, whether emancipated or
Dot, must, at least, work if he means to be
Refusal of Gen. Houston to Co-operate
with the Administraltionl.
A few weeks since a distinguished demo
erut was requested lby Secretary Seward to go
t ocas, and ascertain the state of tihe public
mind there, and especially to converse with
Governor Houston, and learn his views of the
p resent secession movement in that State. On
his return he reported that Governor llouston
not only refused to accept military support
from the United States government, but de
sired that President Lincoln should recall
the regular troops fr',ua Texas. lie also ro
ported that Governor Houston urged in the
stronges.t terms the evacuation of k'orts Sum-.
ter and Pickens, stating that Arkansas would
join Texas in secession in the event of coer
cion, or even the conlection of the revenue
being attempted. Governor Houston request
ed to be left alone, and maintained that the
Union party of the entire South was dead if
coercion was once attempted.
This account appeared to President Lincoln
so much at variance with what was under
stood here to be the opinion of Governor
llo iston, and knowing the political proclivi
i of the Ambassador, the President immne
diately dispatched another messenger to Gov
ernor Houston, and without waiting far his
ret -rn has sent forward the troops to Texas.
There is reliable information to show that
the late publication that General Aunpudia
was marching on Brownaville is false. On the
contrary, he has retired from the army, gmne
into the interior, and has no mean 4, even if
he had the disposition, to enter upon such an
enterprise. Besides, the Constitutional gov
ernment is opposed to auy such movements.
The Stampede or Slave Owners fromt
The following is an extract from a private
letter written by a prominent citizen of Prince
Edward to a gentleman in this city. The
letter was written with no design for no .t.
cal effect, but merely the communicatio.t f
facts that must be distressing to all pa:st::s
within the limits of oir senerated and Le
" It is melancholy to witness the stampede
of slaveholdlers from our midst. I found on
my return home, that A. Rt. Veuable and A.
C. Carrington, two of our best citizens, (own.
ing fine estates in land and negroes in this
county,) have gone South to look for a settle
ment. Mr. A. G. Green, another of our best
citizens, with a coneiderable es ase in laud
and negroes, starts with his family to-morrow
for Texas, never to return ; and a L. .nber of
others, comprising the best of our popu ation,
with large estates, are making arrangements
to go. If this state of things continue.s, t at
slaveholding portion of Virginia will soon be
impoverished. What madness, folly and
wickedness it is in our convention, to attempt
to force an unnatural and repugnaut unon
with the Yankee States, to which slaveholders
will never submit ; and thus drive into ex Ie
the best part of our population, who will car
ry with them the chief subject of taxation.
while-they leave behind them a debt of forty
millions of dollars to be paid or repudiated
by the impoverished part of the State, with
out the means of payment."-Rtich:nond (Va.)
Our old friend, Mike Sheran, was ye ter
day morning making a contract with our law
partner, Mr. Seals, for a year's digehing.
When it came to writing the contract, "Sthap,
Margan,'' says Mike, -ye must put it in the
conthract that if war is declared 1 dhrap the
ditch right tuere, and let it go to the divil ;
for auld Mike's going to the wars to light the
Yankees-the blathering apalpeens that's al
(as oherin naoterpol' business."
For the Advertiser.
Lines to a Friend.
Fleet Time with noiseless fingers
Hath touched our brows with care,
And scattered shining threads
'Mid the darkness of our hair;
Struck out the roseate hue
Which glowed upon our cheekP,
And checked the bounding footsteps
Which youthful bliss bespeaks.
11s bath plucked the flagrant blossoms
Which beautified our way
All regardless of our anguish,
As we watched their swift decay.
In affection's purest fountain
He hith mingled bitter tears, -
And laid in dust and ashes,
The hopes of other years.
Ere long he will have burled us
To the mystic river's shore,
And the phantom barque will bear us
Where " Time shall be no more;"
Then, from where the flowers are fadeless,
And the ransomed shout fore'er
May we hear the joyful welcome
"Enter in, your rest is here !"
E. W. R '
Tun Nsw YORK HERAL.D.-We are not at
all surprised that the New York Herald f
cheers on the Administration to civil war, a
with all its liver and lunge. It predicts that
the South will soon be demolished, and winds
up its reflections on the subject with the
philosophic conclusion: " It is fortunate for
us of the Empire City, that we will be re
moved from the horrors of war; and although
we will be obliged t- pay its expenses, the
result will be on the wh.le pecuniarily bene- 1
ficial to the commercial metropolis." And
again: "It is true that an expensive war will
necessarily entail a heavy debt upon the coun
try, but that is a matter which the next gen- t
eration must take care of." &c. Can human
selfishness make a more disgusting exhibition?
Let us hope that this miserable Herald, which
was originally planted in the nanure heap of
the Helen Jewett tragedy, which was built
up by black mail, whose proprietor has been
publicly charged with conniving at the infamy
of his own family, and which daily publishes 3
advertisements of assignations in its columns, b
will never more, in peace or war, whether we
conquer or are conquerel, be permitted to
enter the South.-Richmond Dispatch.
Definition of War Terms--Desirable
In these warlike times the folloyring from
the Scienstific American will be read with in
The Columbaid or Paixhan (pronounded
payzan) is a large gun, designed principally
for firing shells-it being far more accurate
than the ordinary short mortar. A mortar is t
a very short cannon, with a large bore, some b
of them thirteen inches in diameter, for firing ,
shells. Those in use in our army are set at 1
an angle of 45 degrees, and the range of shell ,
is varied by altering the charge of powder.
The shell is caused to explode at just about
the time that it strikes, by means of a fuse,
the length of which is adjusted to the time of
flight to be occupied by the ball, which of
course corresponds with the range. The ac
curacy with which the time of the burning
of a fuse can be adjusted by varying its length
ii surprisin, good artileri-ts generally suc
ceeding in Eaving their shells explode almost
at the exact instant of striking. In loading
a mortar, the shell is carefully placed with
the fuse directly forward, and when the piece
is discharged, the shell is so completely en
veloped with flame that the fuse is nearly al
ways fired. The fuse is made by filling a a
woden cylinder with fuse powder, the cylin
der being of a sufficient length for the long 1
at range, to be cut down shorter for shorter
rnges, as required. A Dahlgreen gun is an t
ordinary cannon, except that it is msade very,
thick at the breach for some three or four
feet, when it tapers down sharply to less than
the usual size. This form was adopted in
conequence of the experiments of Captain
Dahlreen, of the U. S. Navy, havin~g shown,
that when a gun bursts it usually gives way
at the breech. The Kiagara is armed with
these guns, and at the lBrooklyn Navy Yard
there are sixty, weighing about 9,000 pounds
eich, and six of 12,000 pounds weight e tch,
the former of which are capable of carrying
nine inch, and the latter a ten inch shell a
distance of two or three miles; and there is
one gun of this pattern which weighs 15,916
pounds, and is warranted to send an eleven
inch shell four miles. A casemnate is a stone
roof to a fort, mnade sufliciently thick to resist,
the force of cannon balls, and a casemate gun
is one which is placed under a casemnate. A
barbette is one which is placed on the top of
the fortification. Au emnbrasure is the hole
or opening through which guns are fired from
fortifications. Loop-holes are openings in
walls to fire mnusketry through.
Tus Lancaster Greys are a body of stalwart
men, and affo~d a strikinag instance of the
spirit which pervades all classes of the peo
ple of South Carolina itn this day of her trial.
n the ranks, as privates, there are to be
found Senators, members of the Legislature(
nd of the State Convention. Five lucal law
en and five practising physicians are also:
pivates in the same company. Three privates
are said to represent one million of dollars,
eides several others wor th from one to two
hundred thousand dollars each. This compa
ny is commanded by Captain John D. Wylie,
graduate ot the Citadel with the tir..t dhis
uction. His lieutenants are Measss. Craw
frd, Wade, and simms.-Columbia Guardian.
Gis FOR NORTn CrAmots.t.-By order of
Gov. Piekens, the guns in the enfilade battery ,
hearing on Fort Sumter, were dismounted yes
terday and shipped on board the steamer,
hieterield for N. Carolina. Several other
guns go to North Carolina to-msorrow. in ac
erdace with the request of Dunkin K. Mc
Rae, Esq. of North Carolina, who came hero u
i Special Commiissioner fronm N. Carolina to"
request aid in maintaining them:.elves in the u
steps they have taken for Southern rights.- il
O.m' Ai: Ai..AKMI i.-A Washington coar- f
esodent says when the news was received h
by Lincoln that the supplies had been cut~ off
at Charleton from Major Anderson, anid that
i engagement wa hourly expected, the
Pre~sident, ina thbe heat of excitemnent and tu
ul, started to the door of the White House,
without hi< coat, eager t. hunt up his advi
ers, and was ontly remninded of his absent-t
indedness and indiscretion by necarly stum
lig over an applicant for offie.
lepart d thi.s life, on the 2Sth eaf March last, in
Slgetield lI)trict, sister SAnaUuLLOs~wAV, is,
the athi year of her age.
She united witha the Itaptist Church at Redl Oak V
r,,v in early life, and we have reasoan to beelieve e
that she died as sho lived, a pious aned devoted
bhristian, and has gane to thee rest that remains,
for the people of Goed. She has left a widec circle
f. friends and relatives to nmourn her losS. but C
while we mourn the luse of this departed sister,
ct us be conseoledf by the peroumises oft the Gospel. 6,
e ~elieve that Jeius diedt ani'l roese again--even
s' thm-r also which sleep in Jesus will Goed bring
S. .. a
pg aare authorirzed by mainy friends or Col. e
. lARIttISON to announce him a candidate for I
rueleti.in to the otlice of Clerk of the Court for
April i7 tf l~ i
prr The friends of JACKSON COVARt an- E
founce him a Candidate for Clerk of the Court o~ft
Edgeld District, at the next election.
April 23, l'61 16 e tf
~ew Seasonable Goods !
T lIE Subscriber has just returned fromn lcar
ton will a lBEA UTIF UL STOCK of (00118 t.
especially adapted to the
SPRING AND SUMVMER TRADE, r
Tea which the Ladies are solicited to call and ex
eaine on and after Thursday nexit.
J. M. HUDSON. ~
Mar 26 tf 1
T CE--The Notes and Accounts dlue the
.Estate of Simeon Christie, are in the hands of
Z. W. Cwiilo.
WI, C. MOR4GNE, Adar. IP
The Latest Charleston News.
From the Courier of Monday the 22d, we take
SouTH CAROLI.A Taoor-s ron ViRINIA.-Gent.
d. L. Bunham will start with his staff and regi
aent this morning for Richmond. The men of
,ol. Gregg's fine, well disciplined regiment have
'olunteered with the greatest enthusiasm. Gn.
dleGowan's brigade have also tendered their ser
ices. From two to three thousand of our men
ro ready and anxious to be on the march to as
ist the Old Dominion.
Col. Pavrianxw's Ride Regiment has keen
emporarily relieved from Camp duty.
Captain Sim Adkins, of the steam ship Harion,
rrived in this city on Sunday morning, by the
o'clock train of the Northeastern Rail Road.
he Captain came by the overland route. He
eports the excitement in Maryland, Virginiaand W(
forth Carolina, as tremendous. Cheers are given
ontinually for Jeff Davis, South Carolina and
VESSELS STOPPED.-All vessels owned North of
lason and Dixon's Line, and bound for ports as
hovo, were yesterday afternoon notified that they Ar
ould not leave port until further orders. OF
We repeat the conviction and belief of many
riends in stating that there are or have been spies
mong us, and we commend to all magistrates and
there actively interested a prompt and impartial of
xecution of the laws against suspected person' St.
6il good citizens will, of course, give authentic for
nd defiuite information to magistrates, and in
Iis way aid in enforcing the laws, and protecting
be community without resort to violent or extra
Important from Norfolk.
From telegrams to GOU. PzcKENs, published by
e Courier, of Monday, we take the following:
NoNruLi, April 20.-Our boys captured the
aval magazine last night, with 3000 barrels of
un powder, and vast quantities -of loaded shell
nd other ammunition. Most of the powder is
ow half way to Richmond.
The Paence conveyed the Spaulding to Fort
Ionroe, with about 1400 Northern troops on
oard. This makes about 2400 troops thrown in
here during this day.
Henry A. Wise has arrived here from Rich
ond, and has telegraphed to Letcher for more
roops to come immediately.
NOROLir, April 20, 12 A. M.-The Navy Yard
I in flames.
Nouroz.r, April 21, 4.30, A. M.-I awake to
ud the Navy Yard one universal sea of flames,
rhich, in their wild leaping, lick the very clouds
rith tongues of fire. The noise of their devasta
ion reaching distinctly to us, is like the deep
oned roar of Niagara. Oue lung continuous
oarse growl is filling the whole atmosphere with
ngry reverberation. The scene is now awful. I
Darn from a seamen on the wharf that the Paw
cc passed our city for the Fort about fifteen min
tes past four o'clock, with the Cumoberland in
w. No opposition was offered to her departure.
LIfter writing the above, I find the telegraph office
losed. At half-past Sve o'clock heard two very
eavy exploviens from the Navy Yard. Six o'
lock, six more heavy explotions.
NOURFOLK, April 21, 4 P. M.-On examination
f the Navy Yard, now in our possession, the dry
lock is found nnijured. Two ship's houses are
afe. All the cannon are in pterfect order except
welve. The buys are taking out many of the
pikes with their finger#. The anumunition and
11 the timber sheds are safe. The blacksmith's
hop, machine shop, foundry, and public stores,
nd twenty-five new gun carriages are all safe.
IT are rapidly placing twenty-five heavy guns in
attery at the Naval Magazine and Naval Hospi-.
u below Norfolk. The great smoke and flames
rse from two ship houses and the various vessels
Lincoln Stopping the Mails.
R1ettcoxD, April 21.-President Lincoln has
topped the mnails coming to itlehmsond. No Bal
imore Express has been received. The dictator
ievidently beginning to think "something is
Troops visa Augusta.
The Couritationallet of M'ir'day says that Sun.
sy was a day of excitement in Augusta, on ate
ountt of the p.tsage of troops through the city for
'irgintia. 'lhese' e.nritedl of the Macon Light
linard,, FIl.yd Riflh.s, Columba:- Light Guardls,
d Sp'aulding G reye,-a fine body of troops. The
ilitary honors were done themu in. handsome style
y the spirited Augustianis.
Blaltiznore and Waahinsgtons News.
A KxAYI*mA, VA., A pril 21.-All romimunica
ion between Baltimore and Washaington is cut off
y the dostruetioan of~ hi idges on the Washington
ranch of the Bnltimore and Ohio Railroad.
It is rumored that Fort Mcllenry is to be at.
cked by Baltimureans.
Martial law is tos be paroclaimued in Washington.
itizens are leaving there in great numbers.
Fifteen or twcnty thousand troops from the
urth en route to Washington city have beta
topped at Ilavre de Grace by the burning of the
'erry Boat. It is supp'osed they will eone round
y water. The wildest excitement is manifested
All the bridges on roads leading from the north
ae been destroyed, and the ferry beat sunk.
The Baltimore troops are pareparing to drive
ack the Ithode Island regiments. A
Twenty men of the Massazchusetts battalion, who
e engaged in the Row yesterday in Baltimore,
ere brought on here and convejed to the Infirm
ry. Others are slightly wounded.C
I is generally reported that the few Government
oops stationed at Iharper's Ferry felt themselves uf
nblo to haold pussso tf the public works ~x
~ainst the superior force of Virginians, and blaw she
. the two principal w..rkshopsa and retreated to
oe Maryland side.
The llarper's Ferry armusries were partially de
ryed by fire, by the United States troops, he.
ire they deserted. Five thousand Minnie mus
eta and a large quantity of gunpowder have fal
n into the hands of the State troops.
The Star of the West Captured.
By a telegraph'e dispatch from New Orleans,__
n the 20th, we learn that the steamship Star of
lie West was boarded off Indiannla by~ the Gal
estoni Volunteers on Wednesdasy night,' who calp.
ured her uiithout resistance. She lhas aboiard
-oma eight to nine hundred barrels- of provisioas. o
From the Pensacola Correspondence of the Sa- Coil
annah Republdenn, the followiog extracts are tats
pied by the Augusta papers of Monday. oth<
Slomer was supereuided in comumad by Major
wer, of the Artillery ; and he (Tower) super.
,dedl by Col. Wood to-day.*
The Illinois and Baltic are both reported as sale
agarrived, hi chimneys aeplainly vial- clve
e from the city, to s
The Conafedlerate forces now concentrated here exti
o~unt to over seven thzousand men, and all a.s
iger for a tight as an Irishman at Donnybrook
The b.s:l will open in a few days.
Nearly all the families have left the village of
?arrenton, by ordcr of Gen,. Bragg, and the re
ainder will do so to-day.
A demand is said to have been made to-day by
s Federal officers for the surrender of Forts
[eltae and Barrancas, and the Navy Yard! S
ather eool, isn't it ? I think the report untrue.
Gen. Bragg is said to have telegraphed the Sec.
itary of WVar, for instructions to-night.
Though not quite as well prepared as at Charlue- this
in, bno hostile fleet will ever enter this harbor. Soli
Dragg isas been allowed till aix o'clok to-mor- di',
iw morning to answer. Adieut. I- or il
Gov. IIAnniss has called a special session of the
egislture of Tennessee, to meet usn Thursday __
st, 25th inst. N
(l Gv. Mazgnffin, of Kentucky has issued hIs fi r
reclamation, convening the Legislature in extra- 15tl
. AND RETAIL
TA, G -A.
ustomers, .and the Ladies in particular, that
V GOODS for
-tments are filled with all the NOVELTIES
rthing belonging to the DRY GOODS Line.
RIETY, we would particularly mention.
%nd especially suitable to fine, plain taste,
he country are so favorably known.
Ne would only mention:
Laine, Hair Nets,
air, Magic Kufflings,
Black Silk Laces.
btde cOCIdB :
URGS, STRIPES, &c., &c.,
C GOODS consists of:
gettings, White Goods,
Stuff, Swiss, etc.,
&c., &c., &c.
ida-of Goods for the WHOLE COMING
the WELL KNOWN LOW PRICES,
rice of Any Article!
c Styles in all the different materials.
tS ini great variety.
No.175 & 177 BROAD STREET.
Retail Dealers in
BERN STATES HOTEL,
G.GE OR GeI.A...
iid Dress COATS;
'us and Colors;
ts and Vests to suit ;
cy Cassimnere PA NTS;
Barathea, and other styles of VESTS;
for Gentlemen's Wear !
d a very large Stuck of fine
SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, Neck TIES.
rH OSE, Travelling SHIA WLS,
AMBRE, &c., &c.,
at the Lowest Market Price.
ent is alhwaysa well supplied with
lES AND VESTINGS,
gish and German Man~ufhetures. Having
r, in the miost approved styles, and at the
SING EVERY GRADE AND STYLE.
'ROFITS WILL BE OUR MOTTO.
Cent to Cash Purchasers.
0, , - ---
myW~,EHAN OW N TORE, FOR SALE
RM00%, LIII ANA LODH,
re And on the Rail Road and Daily Expected.
d 3,000 Barruli " EXTR A," " EXTR A FA MI
LY," anid CHOICE EXTRA FAMILY
FLO UR, of different and well known brands.
150 Hdhs. BACON--Clear Side., Rib Sides,
,000 RashedShoulder,, choice nod tin.
r. 3,000 Bushels PRIME MIXED CORN.
ii All of which we have INSTR UCTIONS TO SELL
ra P'ROMPTLY, anid to thosef who have to buy, we
sy, Call in.
T. W. FLEMING & CO.,
No. 144 Re~ynold Street,
Opposite J. M. Dye & Cu's. Warehouso.
Augusha, Mar 6 5te' 9
A SITUATION WANTED In some GOOD
SCHOOL South, by a young man of expe
'rience in teaching, who can furnish numauruus
testimunials of chauraicter anid qualinieatiui. For
further particulars, apply ot the oflieo of the A4(d
1- A pr 17 if 15
* p9-Wr. have been authorized by the friende
~of C. pt. BENJ. ROPERI to announce him a Can
fdidat~e for MAJOR of the Lower Battallun, 9th
d Regi nent, 8. C. M., vice Maj. BDr .ocxa promoted
SSh ye Trade Re-Opened.
e, H 11VE on hand TEN or TWEL~VE LIK ELY
II1 N 0R0 MEN and WOMEN for hire. Apply
early CL[NTON WARD,
Ar 17 if15
UNDER THE A
>uld respectfully inform their many <
now in Store. Our different Depai
'THE SEASON, as also with ever
which we have a SPLENDID Vj
les and patterns are something new
which the Ladies of this section of 1
Out of the many articles received
2avellas, Crape Mai
rilliants, Barege de
limalays, Cally de L
oil du Nord, Pure Moh
oil des Dames, Mottled X
)oil de Chevre, Poplins,
A.LL OF SOTT-3
Our stocks in DR
3rown Homespun, Towelings,
Vhite Shirtings, Diapers,
heetings, Table Cov
darlboror, " I
able Cloths, Cottonades
ving a FULL SUPPLY of all kir
SEASON, we are selling them at
Not Raising the F
~rduces all the New and Fashuionab
ACE MANTI LLAS and DUSTE]
~ugusta, April 9
UJNDER THLE SOUT
Fine Black, Blue and Olive Frnck
Business CO)ATS, of aill Descriptic
CASSIMERE SUiTS, Coats, Plati
Fine~ Black Cassimere P ANTS;
Plain, Plaid. Striped and other Fan
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin,
rery Style of Goods
We keep always on har
rino SHtIRTS and DRAWERS,
STOCKS, COL LA RS, H al
ROBES de CHI
I of Which will becsold
Our Matnufactutring Departnr
the greatest variety of Frenich, Et
elent cutte'rt, we maike up to orde
rtest notice. Our Stock of
QUICK SALES AND SIIORT 1
A Deauction of 10 Per
tugusta, April 10
D Virtue or an order fromt Wmn. F. Durise
0. E. b., I will proceed to sell in the Tuv
[[atuburg, oSWEDNE8DAY, the 15th Mi
all the reail and personal Estate of Mi
iu Garrett, dec'd., viz:
ONE TRtACT OF LAND,
taining For Ilundred and Forty acres, mo
:e, adljoinaing lands of Thomus Garrett, E
of Scarboro Brondwater, Geou. A. McKie ni
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &e.
>on a credit of twelve month~s from day
with interest fronm date, for all sums of at
-ten dollars-undur that amount cash. Fu
ter to give Notes, with two approved sureti
eure the piurchase money, ind! pay for pape
a. Z. W. CARWILE, c.Lt...
Ad m'ur. ('Cum teat annec..
pr 22 3t 16l
State of South Carolina,
Isey Mubley .and
mneon Jay, jutieton and Rlelej
.NO Jay and
,suph Jay, Ex'ors. I J
appearing to my satisfaction that the Defel
att Siameon Jay resides heyonud thu limits
State, On mostion by W. W. Adams, Comn
itor, Orderedl that the said absent Defendal
pper an.d pleadl, ansewer ior demur to this Bi
in three mo.nthse front the publieation herec
defult thereof, judgemnent will be render'
nst himn pres run/mfe..
Z. W. CA RWILE, C.L.E.D.
wun're omue, A pril 22, 1S61 3mn16
OTICE.--All personsc indebted to E. J.
. 11. YOUNGBLOOD, for Boots and Shoe
he years 1858 and 1859, arc requested to oc
y ofice and settle the santo between now at
May. J. L, ADDISON.
....n 19 Z
Respectfully announce:- to his friends in the City
and Country, that he has receivod his
SPRING AND SUMMER
Embracing a COMPLETE assurtmeut of
STAPLE & FANCY ARTICLES,
To which he respectfully invites the atten
tion of the public. .
Augusta, Mar 26 tf 12
MRS. D. O'CONNOR,
NO. 198 BROAD STREET,
IS NOW OPENING A SPLENDID ASSORT
Comprising the various styles of CRAPE, CHIP,
NEAPOLITAN and STRAW BONNETS.
Children and Misses' HATS, such as BOU
LEVARDS, ZOUAVES and CLOTILDAS, which
are the latest shapes.
Also, a large variety of GILT TRIMMING,
HAIR BELTS and HEAD-DRESSES to which
she invites the attention of the public.
Augusta, Go., Apr 2 1m 13
CLAYTON & KENNEDY,
Have received a large supply of'
N'S AND BOYS' C1TOllM G,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
In great variety.
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c,
All of which will be sold
ON THE MOST ACCOMMODATING TERMS,
Augusta, April 2 .3m 13
Tanner's Ambrotype & Photographic
OVER CLARK & CO'S JEWELRY STORE,
Entrance next door above the Post Office.
T HE Undersigned having thoroughly renovatee
these beautiful rooms, is prepared to take
Pictures in the most approved Style
Of the art, and at unprecentedly low prices. Give
him a call. D. F. TANNER.
Auguyta, April 3, 4t 13
CHAS.D. CARR & C0.,
30 BROAD ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAVE OPENED THEIR SPRING ASSORT
MENT OF GOODS ADAPTED.
TO MENS' WVEAR.
10 pr Ct DiscounRt Allowed for Cas i
Charleston, May 17, 1860. 1y 19
Fresh and Genuine.
5OUNCES QUININE ;
50 Drachnms MORtPHIINE ;
4 Doz. Evans' LANCE'TS;
20 Lbs. (C11LORtOFORIM;
20 " BLU'E MASS;
20 Boxes STARCH ;
500 Lbs. Epsom SALTS;
1800 " SAL SODA;
500 "' COPPERAS;
1000 " BLUE STONE:
1 Gross Mustana LINIMENT;
1 " PAIN KILLER;
& " Radlway's READY RELIEF;
& " Seidlets POWDLERS;
4 " SOOTHING SYRUP;
300 Patent TRUSSES:
0 Doz. Balsam WILD CHERRY ;
3" Indi, CIIOLA((OGUE;
i Gross Codi Liver OIL ;
2 " Frenchl RE.\EDIES;
4 Doz. SY RING; ES:
(IGross Ess' GINCJER;
3 Duoz. Wool's Hlair RESTORATIVE ;
1 (Iross VER31iFUG E:
5 Do'z. Ay..r's CIIERIRY PECTORAL.
Just arrived and for sale by
A. J. PEL L ETIEZR.
H a burg, Mar 26 tf 12
P I LLS.
i ANED)ET U'S,
U E NNIS',
gg Just received and fir sale by
A. J. PE LLETIER.
Haburg, Mar 21 Itm 12
Wagon and Blacksmith
T H E Subscribier hits establishedl at Dlunnsi l
Pist O0ll0e, n WAGON ,ind 1lLACKF3I1Tll
st-OP, where by promlipt atteintionl to all o'rdeLr.,
e hope< tio receive a liberial suplply of wiork.
He will build to) irder IlUGitllN, WAGONS,
A., ii the neatest style tand of the best material.
ie has in his employ an A No. 1 Blacksmith, and
in that as well as the wood departinent, he war
REPAItING done well and with despaitch.
E. A. WISEMAN.
Duntnsille, Mar 6 f m 9
0-rn REGIENT, S. C. M., }
AIratt, 1, 1501.j
ORDER, XO -
virtue of an order from Bri1g. Glen. John P.
B Bates, there will he an election h-ld for
MAJOR iof the Lower Battailion, of the 9th Regi.
iint, S. C. M., on Saturday, the 27th inst., to fill
tho vacancy in said Biattalisin. TIhe Captains of
Companies will call to their assistance two of
their respective subalterus to manage said Elec
tion, and the Managers will meot at the Rattahion
Muster ground on Monday following, count the
votes and transmit the result of the election to
the Brigadier General forthwith.
By orer of S. B. BLOCK ER, Col.
R. D. BaL'sse, Adyjt.
April 3 4t 1
For the New Year !
T lE Subscriber announces to his numeernui
customers, that he has JUST R EPLENISH
ED his Stock witigmany new and desirable
Goods Snited to the Season,
Which makes his Stock very complete end ready
for the opening of the New Year's trade, which
will be sold on reasonable terms to punctual cue
A very liberal discount will be made on caah
g' Groceries sold for cash only.
B. NN,. Agea
P. V. COOPER,
hENRY 1). GALLMAN.
For Tax Collector.
W. H. HOLLOWAY,
C. M. MAY,
T. Ii. CLARK,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE, OVER 11. C. BRILYANS STORE.
Edefeld, S. C., Feb 20 tf 7
T IlIE Und~ereigned haLve thi.- da1Y forTmed at part
norship fur the IItACTICE OF LAII
AND) EQUIT Y in the District of Edgefield.
They, or either of thetm, can be found, until fur.
ther notice, either in Mr. A wy's Ofilee, adjoining
the Plantcer's (Ryan's) Hotel, or in lr. WHYUnUan
Office opposito to the Saluda Huse.
IHENRY T. WRIGHT.
Mar 18, 1801. 3m 11
W. CANNON, lAl. D., having loe:ttel
w e inl Be^h I-land, oTlers his 1r..te.si'ioha;
seryicece to the publie. Office and re.idence at
Mr. S. J. M. CLARnr's.
Beech blanl. Mar 9, it1. t 10
UPPER ROOMS OF MR. G. D. TILLMAN'S
Edgefield, S. C., March 10, tf 11
T IE Exercises' of the Einwood School bega:
on the 13th Mareb, under the instructioin in
the aom:uinplished lady and teacher, MISS S. L.
S. McDANIEL. The terns of Tuition, per Ses
sion of five imuntis, are:
For the Primary Dcpartnent...............$8,00
With the addition of English tGranaar,
Geography, History and Consposition 10,00
With the addition of Natural Philoso
phy, Chemistry and Physiaalogy,.........00
Music oi the Piano........................... 16.01J
Use of Piano por Susz-ion................... 2.50
Music on the Guitar,........................ 0,vo
Pupils will bo charged fram the time of en
trance to the end of the Session.
No deduction mnde for lo"s of time, except fu;
sickness of more than a week's diuration.
Board can be had near the School for $0 pu
month, washing and lights incolnded.
JOHN LANDR UM,
J. F. LOWRY, Trustees.
W. L. STEVENS. I
April 1 3t 13
I WILL attend at the tines and places herein
after mentioned to collect the STATE ANI:
DISTRICT TAX, for the year conmencing th
frst day of October 1860.
Chapian's Store, Wednesday, 10th April.
Nickerson's, Thursday, I Ith April.
Cooporsville. Friday, 12th April.
Burnetts,. Saturday, 13th April.
Dorna Mill. Same eveNing, at 3 o'clock.
Rountree's Store, Mondy. 15th April.
Shatterfield, Tuesday. 16th April.
Liberty Hill, Wedoeuaiay, 17th April.
White House, Thursday, 18th Apiil.
Ned luwle's, Friday. 10th A pril.
Middleton's, Saturday, 20th April.
A. Morgn's, Monday. 22.1 A pril.
Hamblurg, Tnesdlay, 23d April.
Wightman's, School House, Thursday, 25th Apr
Collier's, Friday, 26th April.
Red Hill. Saturday, 27th A pril.
-IHoward's, Monday, 29th April.
Cheathamn's Store, Tuesday, 301th April.
Rowles' Steam Mill, Wednesday, 1st.
leasaint Lane, Thuradnty, 2d May.
J. S. Smyley's, Saturday, 4th May.
Edgefleld C. H., Monday and Tuesda
After which time my Books will close fo
I hope Tax payers will be punctuali :
their returns in the proper time, and
same, otherwise I shall be compelled .
their Executions with the Shseriff.
I hope tho Tax payers will e'xcuse me fair not
going but one round, as I adid noat eat tmy Tianoka
until the tith March, and I must make tmy Rteture
by the irst June.
The following is a list of taxabale prprt
Negroes; Lantd ; Sales of (Goods; Sahiaries atnd Wa
ges over $500t, Lots in Taown ; Monies Loaned
and at Intzerest.. either in lBonds ur Stock : Bank
Stock ; Capital of Ilanke ef Issue not inecarpora
ted int this State; ianber of Pucks aaf P'laying~
Cards sobi; Billiard Table ;Dogs kept bay slaves;
Free Negro; Dogs, &A'.
TIHIEOS. D EA N, -r.a.t:.tl.
Mar 13 ~tI 10]
L.perasons havin~g denmand" agnitnn the Estab:
of B. 1I. lI.,ward, dee'd., air' requtested to render..
themt in tat the l'ndersignedl propetly at tested
antd thtnse indlebtedl to the said deeccasedl are re
*iested to, make ittmnedia te paaymntt.
JAS. S. HIARit180N, Ad'or..
April 2. 1mi 1:1
N OTI CE.- -All pers"ons indaebted, to, the. Er
tate aof Samnuel Hterring, de~ae'd., 1. Nate' aa
.Vamna:t, are reqtueaed ta' meet me at the tOrditna
rv's filliec, at E'4gelield C. ii . "at the tirst dlay'nt
.ifay rext. TIhi's 'e hl tst pay oan ar belorn
ha abo~ve day, :aal thosve ka:vinig neenaunt aan th-'
tlstate tmust render theta itn. nttrsted ,ae-oarding t
inw. ISAAC HIERIR ING, AInar.
Feb, i 3ta+ 5
State of South Carolina,
I5 (':P!5AIN.1 Y.
I!,ES D. .l I.\S. A pplienntt v's. Frderik Er
:atnd wife .Mary : P'.dly Overstreet :.
."r .-hildlrent, t, wit : M .alij.hl Grice :tid wi'
\liley : .tnhn A thintont arad n ite Fr-.tnees:J Julitia
iJver,'re;et : Mary iti'er..:r. at : Silis Over.stre'et
Weiileyv hl:n-i't .1 w t- Marthnii: tie-rge tt-:fr
"treet : lietry 0'ersriet : A. It. 1; riret:ti an nit.
iregoary and' wife. .la r~~ret : Ad. Y'once nial bi:
ch14il Iren,. t'a wit :Elia, Krepjps an taifie Eiinbeth I:
Wh~!itfiel I 'hTt.tms atnd wif'e:.ltut inl Thn. tlte ati
srah Y'unee : EI~'it.- i.,'e : ., Ent Er.:le' anal I-i
chil.lrett. t.i itt ~int. Fa ir~P at an vift D-'ily:
Ergie; Artimuts Erg'e: Tillmtan Ergle ; Datnie:
Ergle; Ilanah Erele: l.aaaisa Ergie : .Joahn Yainc
anal wife Sarah : '.deh, Lights anda wrife Naney:
Levi Moyer, anal wifis Roth ; Eliznhaeth-liniet.
William Hluiet andl David Iluiet, D~efendrlants.
It appearittg ta nmy satisfnectiotn that Williami
Huniet, Davidl lHtiet. Caleb Lights and his wit'
Nancy, and ter::'e Trill) andt his wife Dolly, lDe
fendlants in tht., ab.,v. san'd enase, resiade bea n.
the Iimtit' .or 4ti Srt : Ta is ther-fare .ordtrer:
thtat thtey doa appazr tandl object to the divisitn 0
sale aof the Ral E-tate of tI.-orge~ linier. deid .
on or baefaore the nineteenth (19tth) day ouf Jttne next
1.t41. anr their consecnt to the sanme will bae enatered
W. F. UD'R ISOE, o.t:.t'.
A pril 2. 18til 1t 13I
Y Sheriff's Sale !.
YVirtue of sundlry Writs or Fieri Facia$b
B me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge.
flelad Coturt flause, on the first laiaiaahay in May
next, tanad day faollowing. the followinitg property in
the flliawintg eases, taa wit:
HI. T. Wrtighat foar E. 5. tirica), v's. Simenni Mae
Daniel tad Jnties Eidlsan: variatts aother Plait. till.
vs. The Stame, the Deafiendlant S. McD;.iel's inater
terest in the Tract aif LandI wheren !- rce'ntli
resided, caantaitning onet hutndreand tat i: ii en (11:1)
Acres, wnre air less, adljiinin::and ofta atai.. McDi.
Wa~ever, l.nrkin: t. Swearentgin, antd others.
John Hluiet vs. Lewis Caivar anal James Eidsamn:
Blandl A Butler vs. Lewis Cornrr: 11. L. A E. Penn
vs. The Siatmo; vari'nus ather Pl-aintilfs vs. The
Sam tono lh'ousei andl Lot in thae 'ailage f Eadge
field, known a' the Saludla liaonse, and naaw iac
pied as a Ho~tel lay Mrs. 11. tiaiuiware, cenitining~
T.wo (2) Acres. maore air les". adljaining landls
Mtuj. .John Il. Ilugheas, W. W. A.<mts, Esti., nli
Luither Roll vs Charles Hlalle'y, One hay Hourse,
one L'uggy atnd liarness.
Thomtas P. Mitgrath vs. A. Bushnell, M. A. Ran.
sow anal S. S. Boayee. Ex'ors, One Trnct of Lani.
cnttaining Five llundred (5131) Aeres, moare air
less, adjoinin~g Lands osf A. J1. Hlughes, Dr. II.
Burt anal Mrs. M. Swearengin : leviedl on as the
prraperty of the Estaite of lia.t. Gilmatn, dce'd.
J. D.aaadgett vs. Joihn P. Maiys, Sturvii'ar, One
Grey Hurre andl one Buggy atndl Harness.
LEWIS JONES, s.ra..
A pril 8, 1 til 44t 1
Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy,
A certain cure for Asthma, for sale at
0. W. A .1. B. H06 E 3.
Oat L 160 tf 2
No. 172, Broad St., lugusta, Ga.,
OPPOSITE ALUSTA HOTEL.
Keeps Always on ha rd
BACON, CORN, OATS, PEAS,
llAY, MOLAiSSES, LIME,
A1d all Kiilds of Pedi- ce Generally
Augusta, Mar if cm 11
CRIT Z & FLEMING,
OPPOSITE CONciAT ilA LL, ELLIS STREET
K EEP alway on hnd for 2. Duiuble and
W Single Iiarnes 110RISES . gw.idle HORSES'
broke and unbroke MULES. Alzo. for 1R1tIE, at'
all timezz, g..od 1lAX;R' and *ne::t 1..-GIES, with
gentle Ilor.s andt! trs.tv ltri' ers.
We ire isoj pretnred'it iBOARD HIR'ES hv
the DAY OR MO.NTH: amid Wt: % ould say to cur
friends from, the c-aunt: v. ti:i e; r. pou:ible care
and atteni inn s.lf :. I.. ! .:eu. . eL on the llorer
-if those whi. mny fa.v..r u: .ih t., ir patroing-e.
Augusta, Mar 26 . t" 12
BOOTS AiD SIOES!
J- W.N. A P'll-E ha-.irt;: 1.ee' : sole proprie.
fateture all h..
Dil'erent Sylei andi Qualities,
&.mb.raein;g inl p:irt
Lalie.' Fine Steel U A TEi .:il OOTEES
Minses and. Chiidoto't anup-b SLIPP1ERS and
Gentlemenl's Fine Pump S.!e, Dr-Es and Water
protof' 200TS,..SWIES ats#' t;AI'lERS;
Boy.' Walking ull, Filrv sHlOE". &e.
Al; of it;eh are wtrranted to I e made of the
iest rateriail and iby the irt c.:npetent w rk
:mett. Coon 1te .:.h:etion ill 1:c renidered tv
.Itl who toty f..vor me with !.. ir wirk.
Froin l.:nt vx;;erienice hi til:uiness. I feel Pat.
stiel that 1 I 'El ; i-l'l.-:CEMENTS i.
the way i.f goel W-r. anol I.;w l'rices he retofore
uinknotwn in this T. wn. All I niek is a fair trial.
..pa- Orders for 1;00', S1;0ES. Ac., of crery
kind filled on short. st
QP''R EPAil N,; ni.ently .od .romptly done.
hoip at the ild stand next door to the Poit
Boot and Shoe Business.
IE Sutiri., has now on had0 a fin ant
T up.ri-.rl- ..fr LEA T1lE.:, CALF-SKINE,
VC., aid is prp:Lrel to tiakto . or-Ier,
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c.,
OF EVE RY DES'RIP'i [ON.
He warr:tit.- Iis work to he executed in a du
r.dde nud workn::nilike mauinr, atd will attend
:iraoipstly to all -rder..
lie rt pecifadly eis n chare rf patronage.
MY A.4 mny ferirs :re S'l it ICTLY CASH my
PRICES will boe VEly Low.
ii" Shop next door to T. Ruot's Store.
B. W. CHRISTIAN.
Feb 20 am 7
I WMLL PAY Ten Dvllars 1fr tL.e appresiitrin
a and delivery t-> ine of ily Net ro Boy WIL] ,
vho left my re-ilence on the.' 2.11 inet. Snid Ne
.ro is rewmarkaily tall, cftpper col..red, twenty-four
-:.trs of nlg.-, ind limps a little in Walking, Cause d
IV lhe 1-n of one If ei grent toes. Will is ia
mainter lby I r-le, tr no iouilt uill be after un
i-:rl:king jebs of that tor i.., be I as done before.
JUllN P. BATES.
Mar 24 tf 12
R ANAWAY frot the Sub'criber about three.
mtoniths .-:nce.- hii Negro wotaan D)ALLA..
Sniid Dallas ila'..;ut I7 years old, copper comn
plected, in-t is ----::mwhait lame in the right: thigh,
from wh ich enut U5hri. Ji-br i ih . ' - --
..-..= to prerer.: themn propely at
tested. JULIANA TI0WARtD,
G. D. TILLM1AN. jAd'.r
Maly 1 12 14
State of Southi Carolina,
John P. Miekler ::ud oth:er.-,
Coommissioners, | EIil for ..r.
es. i count anid J.e
Etlington Searkep, A d'or., et ::i. 3
I T :tppenrinig to, muy 5:atistne thn that Yaneeit:G.
SFreetnan0, une oft the Ik-rendIants :in thIis e.'n,
recsiictls ii * n andl ithout; the- limits of II. is
St ate, On motio b1 fi~nt rr;~, Comaplainant'9 5,
liatitor, it is order::d thaut t.- c:id Yucevy (;. F.c
m-in2 do aeppear n] l e:zni, antswrer, or demert
tkis 1ll! w:th:in th.ree t.t, from the piublicat:..no
here.,:, ior a de,'r.: pi- e.eny!*'.. agaiunet him yi ill
7..W. CAi tWIL E, cu.a.n.
t:r'ori Airt. . Mar 26.i, l'tl. .Im 13i
Shingles, Boards, &c.
T lE ,d..riber nill furd.h tn order and de-~
!iver: It FWlED TIYil-.R. BIOA RDS, SIN.
iE. I. AC TIS, &A. t thn e al prices, and i*. il
i! l ner:: p ..m:: . lti oies slat isfnction
.e:li wh:. ony favor hnim wih their paitr.n:nt.
iin may at n11i tim.-s he~ fo.d. tot hiir father's r.
sence four tmilea trotma Edgeteild C. H.
M.ar la If inI
N OTICE.--.AIl pers~n indebtedl to the 1.
tte 'f f I. . i:.n::. dle'd., a re reqI:etste d
a m' forwardl iaen:e-!ii'ety f-r tsettlemetit : ::n d
!:use hsuvring diem:anots : nirst the sua wil . p
A;-1l .' t f: ;:
LL erons hving eand.-is ngni:et tI.e E
i. in~e of Ro .-al!ainet4:. dee'd., will plea.e
.id them ins to mec. yi'i-e;ily nat ted,~ in.m td 'i
y.P. IR. IihALOCK, E.%r.
.hnr 9 tf I10
StiN ~ GEERING no all other MACTII
NERTY cnm i.e ls,.n..t at UREATLY R E
::.C;:D PRItES, at moy P.2ndery and Mneahine
Shop on the tieOr.-i-: Rail lon.1rcar the Augusta
Cotton Factosry. Addlress.
M. M. IIIGIIT, Augustla, Gia.
Oct 29 fim* -::
Bowles & Hughes,
- I~ is !hll.L. to
Make Wagons 0f every size and styl',
-iai.:~ nl I:.:e tuply tof the hest Iumnber. ti~.
rerk wi I be total as goodt as the best. Tu tbeg
-.ry oaf ern*.;::ens:inlg hitmes isidontry, and fo.- your
Apr2 tf :
STItC-..---Atl persons indebted to thte &'
2. tateo of Col. S. Christie, dec'd., either by
Nlee or Araesount, nre'reqiuested1 to makn immtedi
ate payment. andl those bnaring detarse tt;aittst
the satn will present thtem to the utndergnedl
W. C. MORAGNE, Adt'ar.
Nov 19, 1ti'0t. Ut .tto
EDE~t1FIELD SQUAltRON. 1
Enoet e:u 2' C. II., Mar. 11, 15t1.
P "-U: :T to~ I'n .0rder fromt Col. Gaur' thea i
Ed~I.treie.-: 5-..:dr:-n of Cavalry are bi-reboy
-mm::ttte- :. a.-.und .:pprear at Edgeti.ldl C. 11..
..n :s!:urn.:'. C'-.. i day iof April necxt f..dili
-mdie in:.ttte: ;e..Th Coirnieioned an: t.
C..mm' ioe:ti:-tsta I a..s will assemblea at t1, .* a
ph.e . th d pr..ti-ti- for ir.struct ion.
Tly a'rd1er of Lt. Ciii. R. Wi. TOMPTINS.
.T. J1. ilurnan, Aegting .idjutant.
Mar1 la t 10
A NA. I TLtt of STROiNG PtUGGT liAR
NESS. Will be aoldl low if applied fr.r soon.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb 11 tf t
FIN.L NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
A LL. persons having any dlem~ands againet the
msse ..f Mrsa. Sarahn Gallman, dee'd., are
rimpa. stedi to prrsint them to .a ne in due form, otn
or be for.: the :10th day of M'ty next, or they will
be debarred from payment.
PFhb271 4t -