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Public Meeting in Fickeus District:
From the last KeoWee Courier, wo extract
the annexed Resolution?', passed at a meeting
of the citizens of Pickeps District, &t their
Court House, on sale-day in August, Gcn.F.
N. Garvin m the Chair, and Dr. J. R. Parker
acting as Secretary.
Whereas, "We have read frith the deepest
interest the proceedings of large assemblies
of the people of Edg-field, Lexington, ?nd
various other Districts, on the.,tteplorabie
condition of the country tn .consequence of
its indebtedness ; And ivhereas, we heartily
and most cordiallysympathize with said meet
ings in their honorable efforts to save our
people from the abyss of distress and wretch-'
ednass into which they are destined to be
cast bythe general precipitation of suits at
law ; *And irhereas, we not only recognize as
a duty, but regard it as a high privilego to
stand forth a boulder to sbouldor with our
feltow-citizens in their humane and patriotic
exertions to redeem and save our people from
the terrible calamities which are inevitable
unless ti roely r?lief?s guaran teed by legislation.
1st. Therefore be ii. Resolved, Aa the sense
of this meeting, that the Legislature, when
convened in extra session, should, if compati
ble with its authority, grant tho relief which
tbe condition of the people requires.
2d. Resolved, That if necessary, we most
respectfully yet most earnestly, entreat the
members of the Legislature to call a conven
tion of the people as promptly as possible, so
that in its plenary powers it may provide an
appropriate, remedy. A Convention having
destroyed the basis on which eur credit maiu
ly rested, by the emancipation of our slaves,
and thereby producing general insolvency, it
is '?nquestionably within the scope of its.au
thority and manifestly its duty, to relieve our
citizens from the awful cons?quences of it.
31. Res>jlvcd, That creditors had at least
an equal agency with debtors in tbe inaugu
ration of war, and should now bear equally
tbe onus of subjugation.
4th Resolved, As the sense of this meeting,
tb?St all debts existing at the time of the sur- j
render of the Confe-ierate armies, should be
sealed, or assumed by tbe State in the pro
portion of tbe losses and prt-sent property of I
the debtors, according to tbe proceedings of |
the lat? Convention, and b}' tho enactments
of the L?gislature.
?? 5 h. Resolved, That the Constitution and
the Laws wt re made for the people, and for
t?e purpose of securing their ?true interests,
and that if, in the courte of events, they be
come destructive of tb-se ends, they should
be so altered or tn difitd aa to secure thc pur I
poses fur which they were originally m^de_|
The ??ainc power which adopted the Constitu
tion has the unquestionable right to alter it.
or even to abolish it, if the interests of the
people n quire auch action.
6'b. Resolved, That we have noticed with
astonishment, and with the most profound re
gret, the apathy aad indifference of our dis
tinguished men, and others, who form and
control public- opinion, on the agonizing sub
ject of our indebtedness, and tbe appalling
results which will certainly follow in the wake
of tho general suoing of .our people.
7th. tiesvhfid% Tuat we bavOa light to Ionk
to our men of plice ...nd position, whose in
fluence on our action has produced the wretch
ed and mose deplorable condition in which
we ti iii ourselves placed, for help to save us i
in this'?ur time ol' dire calamity and greatest j
8th. Resolved, That, in toe opinion of thi -j
meeting, a iii>tiucti? between the ubliUga \
lion" of contracts,- and the "remedy1' given
by the Legislature tu enforce that obligation,
exists in the nature of things ; and that though
the Legislature may have no power to impair
the former, it undoubtedly has full and ample
power to change or modify thc latter as its
wisdom may direct, or the necessities of the
people require. And that un'ier thia view, it j
will be the duiy of the Legislature so to alter j
the laws of th* State which Tarnish the y-m- ?
edy upon broken contracts, as very mnch to
Boneo the hardships which m-sy fall to the I
lot ot honest debtors
i>th. Resolved, That one of tbe first duties
of legislation, while it provides amply for the
?acred ob'igation of contracts, and tho reme
dies to enforce them, certainly is, to relieve
the unfortunate and meritorious debtor from
a slavery of mind and body, which cuts him
oft'from a fair enjoyment ot' the common ben
ante of society, and robs bis faini'y of the [
fruits of his labor, and thc beuelits of his pa- j
terna! superintendence. That a government
which did ubt possess this form of legislation, j
would be little worthy of the exalted fane- i
tions of guarding the happiness aud support- j
ing th? rights of a fre-> people. It might
guard against political oppressions emly to
render private oppressions more glaring.
10th. Resolved. That ' iprisontnent Uifdebf,
exc?pr. in cases of gr and palpable fraud,
IA a relict of barba7"' ..which admits of no
rlifemv. and shortie ul longer be allowed to i
disgrace the statute books of a free oountrj'. i
Tbat when the debtors have no property, or j
have yielded up the who]** to their creditors,
to allow thc latter to. imprison them, :.; a rc-1
lioeraent in cruelty, and anindjlgence of pri- j
vat? pussions, whica could hardly find apolo- ;
cry in ari enlightened despotism, and are ut
tjrly at war with all thc rights and duties of.
free governments. Such a system of legisla
tion is as unjust as it is unfeeling, and is in
compatible with the first prrcepts of christi
11th. Resoles That the object of laws re
lating to Insolvent Debtors ls, ou the one hand,
to sar-ure to creditors an appropriation ol the j
pr pirty of their debtors, pro tanto, to the ;
it?s?banre of their, debts, whenever the latter ;
we -mable to discharge the whole amount :
ind on 'bc other band, to relieve unfortunate 1
and i "-e-t debtors from perpetual b widage
I, tJOir creditors, either in the shape pi ua- ,
?i uitel i rn prison m .mt to corree payment of
lu- r dubt-, or of an ab ointe right to appro- |
pr:*te und monopolize all their future earn- '
lugs. That tue latter course1 obviously d<.- J
Hroy-< all enc ?uragoinen?. to industry and en j
ta -prise on the part of the unfortunate ?Vo
to-, br taking from liim all the just rewards j
of lits labor, and leaving liim a miserable pit i
f.a ice, d^pe ide.it. upon the b m tty or forbear*
loci os"b's creditor*. It makes poverty and j
mi tbrtutte. in th^m-clve? sufficiently heavy,
burthen*, ?he subject or iheoecasiou of pm
a:ti s and panikin-nts. . .;
12; h. RiS'Avid, TlPtt Ihvne?cssit?cs of the I
?)e>ole, ?rising from the peculiar a:id aaoma I
o u situation of tbe country, r q-ijre ihat a .
li ?*rnl homestead hxr be pa*s?d. Tnat this
m e??nj i? informed and believes that such I
1AV.S. ?.-ven vrjt?i? tiiey. come in cunfl-ct with
C >ntr>ct.s of a prior due, do not conflict with J
tue Convict?Vim of the United States.
l&b, Rejoiced, That our Senator and ReJj
pr6t>e i tat v a in the Legislature arc instruct- ?
ed to sustain any rind alt ?casar -s tri ich i
ru*y be iajrodu^?d for the reiset'of thu peo-!
pie. and tn faiiiu^ to d > so, they will not rjp j
14'h. Ramlccd, That tbe State owes ber ?
?j?dtcr.^ who have fallen ou a th ttgand battle- j
fiel hi, as "...-.Il as th w m .s'Kvive. a deb* of
gra itude aud aIf-cUonai.er.;rri')!u!)r ince which !
time cn never di.utnisu ; and tua sb<t should
never 1 .r.vr the high standar*] <>I her chivalry,1
or blot f .r.-ver lu c lair escutcheon, by drivin
with tbe strong ar n of ber laws their widows j
a id th.'ir.orphans, th ir wive? aed their curl I
dr^n, th ir fathers aid their brothers, into
pa ip.Ti-.tn ;ind all tis u -tapealcable minerie*.
Ifau, Resu'red. That a copy of did _p.-v.cueJ
ings *n tats meeting bo' publisher in the
K'rowee Courier?" and a copy sent to His
Etodieucy the. Governor. . j
Office tolombia & Angosta R* R. Co,,
AUOL'STA, Ga , August Sth, 1SG?.
AH in ?taimen! of Ten per cent, upon all Sub
r".-;;.?i made to ?he Capital Stock of this
Company ?inee the fir*t nf la?t September, ia j
da? ?n i payab'9 at this OSoe oa tho first day "of
3Y order pf tbe Hoard of Directors.
gee'ry * Tr*??. C. ? A. R R. Co.
A<i:uriJ> Aug 14 lo_33^
Tb? Ma^fteld'Bapilrt A??(?ciation will bol l i?<?
nest meeijng with the bitiU Ptevens* Creek
Chorea; ?deven mile? North ot Edgcfield C. II.,
oa Aatatdtj heine fTd donday in September.
L. B. QWAlXSgf, M?UVZ. j
Shady mil Select School
. MRS. WM. GOODMAN will re
open h'r SELECT- SCHOOL" on tho
firat Monday io September. Terms
for small Sch?lar?,'$5 per'Session of
13 weeks ; $G for those farther ad
vanced, with the addition of 50 cts. each for con
Latin and Frsnch, per Session, $5 each:
Mafic on tho Piano, $10; UM of Instrument $2.
Needle work and Plain Sewing taught gratis.
Aug 22 If '34
THE Subscriber announces to his old friends
and patrons that he is now giving hi s at
tention to G IN REPAIRING, and warrants sat
isfaction to all who may employ him. His past
success in REPAIRING GINS justifies him in
soliciting the patronage of planters and farmers.
W. B. MAYS.
Edgeield C. H., Aug 22 :it34
An Appeal for Assistance
TO those whom I have so long indulged, and
aro unavoidably in arrears, I apply for help.
I am notified that an action will bc brought
against mo for debt, and I do not want to pay
cost, neither do I desire to make any one else. If ?
those who owe me will each pay a little before
Return Day, it will enable me to'pay, and I can
then wait and live a while longer, God willing.
Hope none will take offence at this cull, which
I would not have made this soon, were I not really
compelled to do so in order to keep the equili
brium T. ROOT.
Aug 22 St 34
COT ronsr PICKEKI
For Picking Cotton in the Field !
ASIMPLE and compact Instrument weighing
about two pounds-pick three or four times
faster than by hand, leaving the Cotton clean
and free from trish Price $20.
Orders can bo filiad by
THE HOWE MANUFACTURING CO.,
SI Cedar St., New York.
Or by our Agents throughout the South.
New York, Aug 22 6niH4r3t
ON Friday night las', 17th inst., from the e .
plnymont of the Subi criber, a young Neen
tetlow, named ?MORY. wno formerly belonged tu
Maj. Geo. Iluiet, oj this District. I have a writ
.At contract, for this fellow's 'abor this year, ap
proved by tho Military authorities. And I hereb
forworn any person hireing and feeding- him so a.
to keep him out c" my employment. If any om
hires or fee is him, thoy do it at the r sk of har inj.
to pay to mo d.mages. I need his labor.
A. G. TEAGUE.
Edgefiold C. Hs, Aug 22 St 34
. For Bale.
ONE FINE BAY HORSE, And and jtontle.
and in stood order. 0XE good SPRINt
WAGON' and FIVE HEAD OF BEEF CATTLF
If not 'lispuscd of at private sale will be sold ot
Sale-day next at public outcry.
Applv at this Office.
Aug 22 2t 34
THE Undersigned will continue to RUN
WAGONS from Edgcfield tc Augusta,
fr-tu one to throe teams tVT iee a week if-dosired,
and bring or carry freight at 75 cts. per hundred,
payable on delivery. Extra charges will be made
on Packaged weighing less than 100 pounds. Wt
again resume the usual responsibility of a com
mon carrier. An experienced and careful white
man will ulwuvs accompany tho team. .
N. * L. CORLEY.
Aug 22 ti" 34
LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GE.W ? STONEWALL" JACKSON
HE Work will bo printed from - beautifu1,
clear, new type, on fine calendered paper. It will
'.ie comprised in one large volume of over 710
pages, illustrated with a splendid life-liko por
trait of GEN. JACKSON, and eleven Diagrams
of the principal hattle-fields on which his bril
liant repututioa was won. .
This work is published for tho pecuniary bene
fit of Mrs. JACKSON, the widow of the lamented
hero, whose bereavement is distinguished in a
Nation's mourning; and as a truthful Biography
of one of America's noblest sons, Manda peerless
ind alone among nil its competitors.
, It will bc furnished to rabf crib era in a neut
aud substantial landing, at the following prioe- :
Ia extra English cloth, $4,00
. Ia half Cclf (Library style,) (3,00
Payable on Delivery.
Sold otjly by subscription ; and cannot bo ob
tained except through authorized Agent?.
Each Subscriber to th?3 wotk will be presented
free of charge with a superb Lithograph of Je>
ferson I>avi-,*on a sheet 10 by 21 incite*, execu
ted in the mo.'t faithful and life-like manner,
and acknowledged to be the mo?t truthful and
natural likeness ever offered to tho public.
W. D. RAMF.Y. Agent.
Aug 22 lt 34
1HAVE placed the Notes of the Estate of R.
W. ADAMS, deceased, in the hands of W
W. AHAUS*, Esq., for collection, with in.*uructi..Dr
to give all tho indulgence within my discretion.
I am advised that I have no discretion to wait
beyond the 10th September next. I hope
that all parties interc>ted will make arrange
monts to save me tho necessity of Btiing. Ido
not w;sh to sue anybody." nhl thc law gives mo r.o
discretion, and i cannot tuke any risk-, t
T. D. PADGETT, Ad'or. "
Aug IS .lt.
State of South Carolina*
. EDGEF1ELD DISTRICT.
BY VT. F. DURT30E, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Kl zut>cth Derrick has applied-Wir
for Letters of Administration, r/r loni* non, oh a
and singulnr the g->ods aud chattels, rights OBI
crsdits of Lewis Darrick Into of the Distrio
aforesaid, decu. . .
These are, therefore, to cito and admonish all
and singular, thc kindred and . creditors of tb
skid deceased) to bc and appose before mc, at om
ii ?xi Ordinary's Court tor the said Disirict, to bi
biddon at Edgcfield C. H., on the ?J?-'h day
Aug. mst., to show cause, if any, why tho sun
administration should no? bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 1G Lb di?}
of Aug. in tho year of our Lord ono thousnn
.tight hundred ant' Sixty-six, aud in the 9'si
vear of tho Independence ot the United State.
. W.F.DURISOE, O.E.D.
Aug 22 ' 2t 34
State of South Carolina
BOGE FIELD DISTRICT,
BY W. F. PllRlSOE, Esq., ordinary, of Edge
Whereas, Tillman H C^ark bas applied to uv
fir Letters of Administr.iiiou on all a .d sin
g'tlar the goods nnd chuttcls, rights md credit?
of Ptckens L. Tucker, late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
ind singular tb? kindred apd creditors of the ?ni-:
deceased, to be andappear before me, at our next
Ordinarys Court for the said District, to be holden
at Edgeflold C. H., on the 3d day of Sept. next,
to ?how cause, if any.wby.tho said administratiom
?hoatd r.ot be granted.
CJiven under my hand and seal, this 20th day of
Aug. in thc year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six, and in thc 91st year of
tho InpVpendonco of the United States of Amer
W. F. DURIEOE, o.x.n.
i Aug 22 2t ?,\
The State of South Carolina,
ED GE Fl ELD DISTRICT.
i H ORDINARY.
,Y W. F. DUHISOB, Esquire, Ordinary of
J Edgcfield District..
Whereas, & W. Carwile. C.E.E.D., has'applicd
tn ma tor Letters of Administration, on all anti
singular the goods and chattels, rights and'e-.odits
of G. R. A. Morgan late of the Distriet aforesaid,
dvc'd, - -
ThoJC ara, therefore, to cjte and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before a?, nt our
noxt Ordinary's Court for the said - District, tn ho
boldon at Edgefioid C. H. on the Ml h day ot Sept.
next, to show cause, if any, why tho eaid
administration should not ugjgr:) n,ted. ?
?Jiven under my band and sea!, this 18th day
of Aug. in tho yer.r of our Lord one tbou
nand sight hundred ard sixty-.-ix, and ic thc
91ft liar of Amefiean InU'perdetiee.
W. 9..DVKx*QB,0iE. D.
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? \ A Family Journal. \
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$4 ppr Annum.
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Raving the largest country circulation in the State
F. A. MOOD k V. S. BIRD, Editors Prop's.
August. 22 tf , 34 ?
A New alni ? rand Epoch in Medicine*
DR. MAGGIEL is tho founder of a new Medical
System ! The quantitarians, whose vast internal
?loses enfeeble tho stomach and pnrnlvzo the bow
els, must give precedence to the roan who restores
health und appetite, with from one to two of hia
extraordinary Pills, and cures the most virulent
sores with a box or so of his wonderful nnd all
bealing Salve. These two great specifics of tho
Doctor are fast superseding all the stereotyped
nostrums of thc day. Extraordinary euros by
?tfnggiel's Pills and Salve have opened t e eyes
of the public to tho inefficiency of tho (so-called)
remedies of other?, and upon which people have
so long blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are
not of the class that aro swallowed by the dozen,
and of which every box fuli taken creates an ab
soluto necessity for another. One or two of Mag
gielV Pills sufiioes to place the bowels in perfect
order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and
render tho spirits light and buoyant ! There is
no griping, and no reaction in tho form of con
stipation If the liver is affected, its functions
a>-o restored; and if the nervousBystem is feeble,
it is invigorated This last, quality makes the
medicines vory desirable for the wants of delicate
females. Ulcerous and emptive diseases are lite
rally extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Maggnd's Salve. In fnot, it is h?ro announced
that Macciel's Billions, Dyspeptic and
Diarrhoea Pills cure where al others fail.
Whilf for Rums. Scalds, Citilhlains. Cuts, and all
abrasions of the skin. Maeeiel's Salve is in
fallible Sold bv J MACOIEL. ll Pine Street,
Vew York, and all Druggists, at 22 cts. per box.
Aug 15 ly 33
Xew Flo ar, Hams, Botter, Cbeese,
Sugar, Syrup, &c.
Barrels Choice FAMILY FLOUR-ground
.rn New Wheat.
Tierces SUGAR CURED HAMS.
Firkins Prime GOSHEN RUTTER.
Choice STATE CHEESE.
Barrels STUART'S SUGARS, all grades.
10 Barrels Stuart's Sugar House SYRUP.
Al>o, a General Line of NEW GROCERIES,
just received and for salo wholesale and retail, by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Aug 14 tf 33
I AM NOW prepared lo wait upon you to thc
'?est of my ability, and furnish you whatever
. ou shall call for in the way of
DRY GOODS, '
S. F. GOODE, Esq., lately asi-.-ciated with me
in the Dry Goods and Mercantile business, hav
ing withdrawn his interest from the concern, I
now rospectfuHy'solicit for myself at-baro of the
patronage heretofore bestowed upon tho Firm.
I ac to be found, aa heretofore for some months
??.asl, at the Corr.or-thc old anti well-known
Klxud of Bland <fc Butler. I have, and constant
ly keep on Innd, everything in tho way of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
C-ually found in a well-conducted Village Store;
all of which I offurfor CASn AT THE LOWEST
J. M. WITT.
Edgefield, Juno 18, tf 20
ALI, Persons indebted to thc Estato of GEO.
W. LANDRUM, dee'd., of to the lato firm
.?i LANDRUM A M00H8, arc notified to pay
ihe samo bet?re next Return Day, or make rome
?itisfact'-ry arrangement for settling, as I have
no discretion in tho matter.
W. M. LANDRUM, A-dra'or.
Aug 14 . 4t . 83
ALL Perrons indebted to tho Undersigned by
Note or Account ;ire requested to ;ce mo at
.ni early dif find make ?orne s.-??i.-factory nrrunge
uenr. I hnpn this notice will be heeded.
W. W. ADAMS.
Aug 15 it 2?
Notice to Debtors.
ALL Arsons indebted to thc Estate of JAMES
'.<1>YD, dee'd, nrc requested to settle wiih
mo b J the first of September next ; after that
ime they will bc Mied on. Tho creditors of the
E-inte force* me to settle up the Estate this wiri
er. TH O?. til REESE, Adm'or.
Aug. 8 .'it. * :;2
ALL persons indebted tn the Estate of RORI.
J. DKLPH. deceased, are notifiea to pay tho
mo before awXt rc:u<n day; otherwise all (Maints
will bo placi d in'tbe bands of un Attorney for
collection. Those having claims ne-air-st said.
Kstato will jjertse rmi!. rMii m in Recordingto law.
A. J PELLETIER, Adm'r.
Hamburg, B. C., June ll:,b, 'Gfi. ? Sm 24.
ALL Persons indebted to tho Estate of .4. J
RAM DO, dec'., Into of Edgefield District/
re reqn??lcd tqinako immediate payment, otht.r
rise ?ill claim? nit) be placed in the bands of nn
Attornee for o?lloeiion. All- persons having
claims aga itt st the Estate will present them with
?u ibu limit.-: prescribed by law.
ll. S. RAMBO, Ex'ix.
.July 4 l?t 27
ALL persons indebted to the Kstalo of JOHN
L D0BBY, dcc.'d., are notified to pay tho
viuic a! an early date. Those having claim*
against said Estate are required to render them iu
hv the 15th October next, or said claims will bc
parred, IM ou tb it day a finul settlement will be
made in thc Ordinnry's ofi?eo on thc -nid Estate.
W. E. DORY, Ad or.
July 4 3w 27
Notice. . *
THE Notes of Ibo E?taio of W. J. WELLS,
deceased, have been placed in my bunds for
eollcc'ion. All persona interested will please give
tin ir nAttcrs io this Estate carly attention, us the
administratrix cannot ?rive further indulgence.
W. Vf. ADAMS, Attoruey ul Lnw.
Aug. 7,_, 4t_32
ALL Portons having claims against tito Es
tates of RANSOM HOLLOWAY, dee'd., or
R H. HOLLOWAY, dee'd. ore notified to prc
fenl. the same by tho Otb September next, os on
that tiny fiuid settlements will bu made on said
Estates. Those Indebted to either of said Estates
aro requested lo pay up forthwith.
MATILDA HOLLOWAY, Ad'ix.
ALL Perpons indebted to the Estate of J. P.
RATES, deceased, arc requited to pay the
??.ame as early a? possible. Tho?o having claims
against tho said Estato ure notified to rendertbem
in to the undersigned, properly attested.
LUCY J. BATES, Ad'ix. .
July 30 10t 31
Make Your Own Soap!
BABBIT'S PURE CONCENTRATED POT
ASH and PURE CONCENTRATED LYE.
TEAGUE ? CARWILE.
July 18 If_20
(jt>AA A MONTH-!-AGENTS wanted tai
st* entinli/ nm articl't, just nut. Ad'
uro* O. Ti GAREY City Budding, Biddle?brd
Mo. June fl "wly 25
Crystal Kerosene Oil.
TUST roc ni ved on" Barrel PURE CRYbTAl
el KEROSENE OIL. For ?ale by
TEAGUE ? CARWILE.
JndjJJt if . J?
THE NEXT SESSION OP THIS SCHOOL
will commence on MONDA?, tho 3d of Sept
Tuition, per Semi on of Five'Mouths.
In English Branches,.?.$20,00
In Ancient Language? and -Advanced *
Board, including Light and. Washing, . 00,00
These charges aro in Gold, or its equivalent ;
payable, one-half in advance, or the whole amount
at tho middle of the Session.!
As Pupils wbo entor several.' weeks after the
Schoo.' begins, or who aro frequently absent, al
ways give tho Teacher mnch extra trouble, no
deductions will bo made in suoh cases. Parents
are earnestly requested to bavo their children
present tho first day, and to keep them constant
ly va attendance till the last day of the Session.
Monthly ; reports of attendance, depnrtmonf,
and scholarship will be sent to parents, and every
suitable effort will bo made to secure good con
duct, and faithful study on tho part of Pupils.
L. R. GWALTNEY.
July 18, 2m 29
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Exercises of this
INSTITUTION will bo
? resumed on the FIRST
MONDAY in SEPTEM
Ternirs per Ses'?m of Twenty Weeks, payable in
Specie, or its equivalent.
Tuition in Collegiate Course,.$25.00
" Academic ' " . 18,00
" " Primary ". 12,00
? .? Musio " . 25.00
Use of Instrument. 2,00
Contingont Foe. 2,00
Board, exclusive of washing, per month, 12,On
Boarders must furnish tuwels sheets, pillow
cases, blankets or comforts, coverlets, and soap.
Payment required in aflTtance. Pupils will bp
charged for tho whole Session, unless they enter
four weeks after its commencement. No deduc
tion will bc made except in cast s cf protracted
REV. M. W. SAMS, PRESIDENT.
Aus>8 tf .31
THE MISSES SEDGWICK'S
BOARDING m MY 'SCHOOL
Corner Washington and Telfair Streets,
THE 6CH00L will rc
open OCTOBER 3d. The
g? Scholastic yoar consista
ot Thirty-five Weeks of
Sossiou, and two of va
cation at Christnris.
Thc MISSES SEDGWICK desire to mnke
their School one of superior excellence, and no
?pains -"'ill he Fpared to accomplish their end.
Augusta, from its central position, and from thc well
known und universally sckn- wledged refinement
of ?ts society, presents superior advantages as
-'ch.iol. Tho houso soeur-d is large and airy,
thc rooms commodious and wed ventilated, and
attached is a largo ?rn imental garden, proem
ing a dcsirablo place fur pleasant and beuthful
exercise. There will bc a French Governess in
tho fam ly, of established ability, with whom tho
Yoting Ladies will bc obliged always tu converse
>n French. The Pupils will be under tho c n
stAlit supervision of experienced and refined
teachers, and their moral and religious training
will be carefully attended to.
Tho course of Study will compr'p? nil theTari
ous Eng:ish branches and Mathcmntics, necessa
ry for a thorough and nccotnplU-bcd education,
nod will also include instruction in Vocal and
Instrumental Music, Drnwi:.", Painting, ?nd in
thc Latin, (Jcininn and French languages. Vocal
music will bc a dnily exercise in thc School.
As the number of Boarding Pupils will bc lim
ited, preference will bc given those who apply to
enter the family for thc Scholastic year.
Circulars, containing terms and additional par
ticulars for b th Boarding and Day pupils, may
bo obtained by addressing the Principals. ?
Tho MISSES SEDGWICK baying taught in^
Augusta tor the la.->t sixteen years, bavo no hesi
tation in referring to their patrons and pupils,
and to thc fullowing gentlemen :
Hon. E. J Jenkin?, ' Col. R. B. Bullock,
Geo. G. McWhnrtcr. Esq. Dr. T. W. Batley,
Antoine Pnullain, Es>j. Hon. ^m.T^-Gnnld,
Hon. E. Starnc?, Jamesi Milfe'r, ?sq.
Dr. J. P. Garvin. Geo. M. Th?w, Esq.
Aug 8 1m :)2
NEW ERA IN MEDICINE !
PILLS km SALVE.
IET the SUFFERING and DISEASED read
Let ?til who bavo been given up by Doc- |
tors, and spoken <>f as incurable, read the follow
g^p* Let all who can believe fnrt.i and mn
luve faith in evidence, reid tim following:
Know nil Men hy these Presents,
That, on this, tho 20th day.of June, in the year
of our Lord ISM, personally curoo Joseph Jlay
.lock, to mo known as such, and heine duly sworn,
dcpo-M ns follows : That, bo is thc Gels '-enera;
Agent f.T thc United ;-tnt?>s and dependencies
thereof for prcpnr.itions or medicines kuowu us
MAGGIEL'S PILLS and SALVE, and that the
tallowing Certificates aro verbatim copies tn the
best of his knowledge .'ind belief.
---.) JAMES SMEITRE,
L. S. \ Notary Public,
-r- j Wall Street, New York.
JUNE 1ST, 18GC.
DCMAGGIEL: I take my pen to write you
of my great relief and that the awful pain in my
sido ttr.s lett me ut last-thanks to yuttr .Medicine.
Uh, Doctor, how thankful I am that I can get
some 3lt'C,N. I on never write lt enough. I
thank /ou nguiu ned again, and am sure that
y:'U are really thc friend of all sufferers. I could
not help wilting to you, and hopo you witl not
bike it amirs.
ll? Avenue D.
This is to certify that I wits discharge-*
fruin thc Anny with a Chronic Diarrhoea, "and
have been cared dy Dr. MAGGI EL'S PIM..-.
27 Put Street.
NEW YoitK, April Tth, 18GS.
^S?f-.The following is nu interesting case of a
Milu employed in un Iron Foundry, who, in pour
ing melted iron into a fl^k -bat was damp and
wet. caused an explosion. Tho melted iron WHS
thrown around und on him in a pur'ott ,-bowur,
md ho was burned dreadfully. Tho following
Cortificato was given to me, Wy bim, about eight
weeks after tho accident :
NEW Yous, Jan. ll, 1868.
My namo is Jacob Hardy; I am an Iron
Fouuder; I was-badly burned by butiron in No
vember lust j my burns healed, bul I bud a run
niug sore on my le;; -bat would not beal ; I tried
MAGGIEL'S SALVE, and it cured mo in a few
?reeks, 'ibis is all true, and anybody can now
ste mc at Jackson's Iron Works, 2d Avenue.
HU Guerick Stroot.
Extracts from Various Letters
"I had no-appetite ; MAGGIEL'S PILLS gave,
mo a. hearty otic."
" Your PILLS aro marvelous."
" I seed for another Box, and keop them in thc
" pt. MACGIEL has cured my headache that
" I gavo half of ono of your PILLS lo my
j bale for cbulera morbus. The dear little thing
j got well in a day.''
"My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Your Box of M AGGd J EL'S SALVE cured
me of n isesin the bead. I nibbed'some of your
SALVE behind my ears, nnd tho noiso toft."
" e'end ino two Boxes; I want ouo for a poor
" I endoso a Dollar; your price is 25 cents, but
tho Medicin? to me is worth a Dolr?ri"
" Scud me fivo Boxes of your PILLS."
"Lot mo have three Boxes of your SALVE.by
?&" I bavo over Two Hundred such Testimo
nials as these, but want of space compels me to
J. MAGGIEL, M. D.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Aro sold in Edgcfieltl by
^Sf* Notice."Nono genuine without tho en
graved trutle-inark around each pot or box, sigued
by DR. J. MAGGIEL, ll Piuestreet, New York,
to counterfeit which is folony.
ty Sold by nWrespcctable Dealers in Modi
cines throughout tbo United States and CanatUt
-at 26 couts per box or pot
Aug. 15, , ly ti:
Itch! Itch! Itch!
TCH CURED IN HALF AN HOUR Ca
on TEAGUE ? CA KW I Lil
?Bf ? tf 31
J S, COLES, g
FACTOR AND FORWARDING
144 Reynold Street,
(Near South Carolina Depot,)
Will Sell Colton and Produce. Gen
OR RECEIVE THE SAME ON STORAGE
Hill Furnish or Purchase Planters
Augusta, Aug Iii- 6m 38
No. ?, Warren Block,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSIOl^ 1
BACON. LARD, FLOUR, GRAIN,
AND SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Consignai on ts of COTTON .partiou'arl
.olioitcil, for which wo have CLOSE, FIR'
Augusta, Aug 13, 4m 33 -
OEO n. cnuirr, | ir. B. HAVISOS, | WM. A WRIGHT
GRUMP, DAVISON & CO,,
?IND WHOLES ACE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
Bacon, Lard, Flour, Grain,
BAGGING. ROPE AN^D GUANO,
209 Broad Street,
'TntTTTH a view of extending our business, w
M hove rh'ft doy tnken ia Partner-hip Hi
W&t B. DAVISON, who fur many ye??ra was v
prominent Merchant nf this City, and who i
well known throughout tho South. Wo pre-et
t- tho trude feci'jtjefl second to no hou-o in th
South, ana1 shall keep constantly on hand Ede'
lending articles ns aro sot forth In our Can!
ifuurantoi'ing to give entire sati-'a'-'inn.
GEO. B. CRUMP & CO.
We aro also prepared tn do a CO TTON BUS1
NESS, at'd solicit Consignments from Planter
pledging ourse'ves o obtain the highest Cns!
market prices, our MR DuVIfON1 having ha
fifteon years cxporienco in tbeliusiness.
In addition :c oar supply of Groceries, oto , wr
aro IMPOHTING^THE PURE NO. 1 PERU
.VIAN (?UANO, which we will unrantce eenu
ino. and will also keep thc BE>T PU.OSPHATK?
and only those wo can recommend, lo Farmers a:
a genuine article.
? Your business is mott earnestly solicited.
CRUMP, -DAVISON & CO,,
209 Broad St..
Angil, ?rn 33
JOH! ? TEDS. A. BONES,
LAVE on hand a Direct Importation of
Rodger's TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY;
. PAD LOCKS with Master Keys;
ANVILS. BELLOWS. VICES ;
TRACES. Gloho Work FILES ;
SHOVELS, SPADES, AX- S;
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, <fcc.,*c.
We will continue to re?oive a fine assortment of ]
HARDWARE.-which we offer low.
Augusta, Aug 7 . it 32
CORN MEAL, GRITS.
AND STOCK FEED!
'OR?! MEAL, fresh ground daily, Bolted nj
Unbolted, from selected White Corn, at Ono Dol
lar and Sixty Cents a bushel.
YELLOW CORN MEAL, unbolted, at Ou
D?llur and Filly five Cents a bushel.
Also, that CELEBRATED 3TOCK FEED
good for Stock of all kinds, pronounced by judge
tho ber and cheapest fred now used, selling a
the price of Three Cents per pound.
For sale at 218. Broad Street, Augusto, Ga., oi
CEO, T. JACKSON & CO.
N. E.--Wc will Exeha;1?o tho aburo Articlec
for Wheat, allowing the highest market price ful
all Prime, White r>r Red.
Augusta, July .".0, Im*31
A Great Preventive of Sickness !
TUE PUREST AND THE JiF.Sl !
USEFUL in Ruy disease in which a Medicin?
is necessary to net on the Liver, keep th?
lW-li freo and healthy or purify the blood. 1*
produces .tn evacuation nf the tnornid bil?? ii
ciscs ot bllUotwneiis; ai>d improves the complex
ion and general health.
If lt i.?. taken ut the iir.-t symptoms of disease
hut little medicine will he necesi-arj in a lam ly
Prepared by J. DENNIS, M. D, Auguata, Gu.
Auguatu, July ?\) Im 31
AGRICULTURAL Ahifl SEED
jrL.. ?E- EETCHAM,
Jackson r.U, neur the Belt-Tower,
IS OUR GENERAL AGENT IN GEORGIA
for the s.ilu uf
FIELD, FLOW ER & GARDEN SEEDS,
AGRICULTURAL AND HORIICULTUgAL
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Local Dealers who require FKESH AND
GENUINE GARDEN S ELDS, which can be
fully warrauttd, und w ll not disappoint tho
grower, can he supplied through him with Morrie'
Garden Seedn,1u pupers, reaHy for. Nile by loe
100 or 1,000, as well as in bulk.
Orders received tkroujrh him for improved
l.bnr-saving AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, will rece-ve ont
^prompt attention, per steamers sailing regularly
from thi* port
Morris' Garden Manuel aud Price Lista, Mor
ris" Monthly Rural Advorii-er, with Catatoguo ot
Implements, Live Stock, ?0 . will be supplied on
ai'p ?cation at A. H. KETCIIAM'8 Agrioultural
and Seed Warehouso iu AugusU, opposite .the
?ecd.im .n and Agricultural Dealer,
1120 Maiket St., Philadelphia.
THE BfCniHORD FACTORY
IS NOW prepared to manufacturo WOOL FOK
PLANTERS (aa formerly) IN IO PLAIN
UR TWILLED CLOTH, at Thirty Cents a yard
for tho Plain, and Thirty-Throe and One-Third
Cents per yard for tho Twilled. Wool Carded
into Rt>Ii3 nt Fifteon Cont? per pound.
ALL PACKAGES should have the OWNER'S
NAME PLAINLY MARKED on thc san o and
all instruction?, etc , ?ont to FLEMING <fc ROW
LAND. Agents in Augusta.
jgrcharges for munufaeturing payable on de
livery of Gouda.
President Richmond Factory.
Augusta, Qa., July IS, _ Itn29
Notice to Debtors.
?HE NOTES and ACCOUNTS beinnciog t
_ iho Ertato of ARCHIBALD CLARK, de
ceasod, are in my hands for collection, and lat
directed to sue ou Gum if HOI paid before retur
dav. L J. JONES,
Newberry, S. C.
toty 1ST 9i 'S?
Muskets and Carbines
For the U"itod Statos Service. Also,
POCKET BELT & REVOLVERS
REPEA TING PISTOLS,
Rifle lanes Revolving Rifles,
Ft fie and Shot Gun Barrel*, and . Gun Material
sold by Gun Deal? r* and the
In these days of Honsebroak;nsr and Robber},
very House, Store, Bank, and Office, should h>|V
REMINGTON'S REV OL VERS.
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the U .<
nproveinents in Pistols, and superior workman
bip and f-rm, wilt find all combined in the New
Circulars containing cuts and description o
oar Arm? wiil b* furnished u;ion application.
E. REMINGTON A SONS, Ilion, N. Y.
MOORE & NICHOLS, Agents,
No. 40, Counland St., New Tort
Ang 1 j 4m ?
Au Invention of ES aro Merit!
THST WILL NOT B?EM
Burns up all ROS and smoke,
never brocks by putting on a
nhado; thprt. and not top
heavy j is easily cleaned by
roaiovins; top; in fact, the
mostpdriect chimney known
-and i3 fast si:poraedtn? nJl
others v/Lero it has been in
Mo ddaW can afford to bo
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.
73 Warren St., N". Y.
Aug li 6m 33
JREAT DffimnHT IN SEWING HACJ1WEF.
Salesroom, 330 Broadway, New York
I 250 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, .
921 CHESNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
Patented Feb. 14, 18< 0.
rHIS MACHINE is 'constructed on entirel;
now principles nf rochani?m, possessio
uany raro and valunblo improvements, havir
.ten examined by tho most profound experts, ac<
. ronounred to bc
impiicity and Perfection Combin?e
Ir h.13 a straight needle, perpendicular actioi
..akos thc LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, whir
. ill nei her RIP nor RAVEL, and is alike o
.oth sidos; performs perfect sewing on r-vci
?ascription of material, from Leather to the fine.?
N'-msook muslin, with cotton, linen or silk ?br?'a
mm the coarsest letha finest number. H avine
.iciihcr CAM or COG WHEEL, amftho least po.
iblo friction, it runs as suiouth as glass, and ?4
?mpliatically a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power t
drive it than any other machine in the m .rka
\ girl twelve yours of age can work it steadil;.
rithnnt fatigue or injury to health.
Its Strength and wonderful simplicity of con
?traction renders i< ul most impossible to got ut
.f order, ?and is GUARANTEED by tho comp?
ny to give entiro s-itisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who may desh
. supply thomsolvcs with a rup rior article,.!
.'.mo and examine this UNhlVALLEB*"?i4^1
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to en?
?le any ?>er?i>?i to work this Machine to their cn
A tren ts wanted for all towns in the Unite
-.'ates, whore agencies aro not already establishf
M?O, f'?r Cuba. Mexico. Central and South Amen
.tn, to whom a liberal dts-count will be given. 1
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MANU
330 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Aug 1 n.?i\-7in 31
CEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS,
OIL CANS, ?c., Ac.
??T* AH thc Cooking for a -V^
. ""S?T* family may be done with "T^^
CS** K?rosene Oil, or Oas, ""5??.
with less trouble, and at "S55?
^.S* !(>..< expenso, than by any "ft??.
g-sF other fuel.
Each Article manufactured hy this Company it
luarantccd to 7;'?ferr.;all thtt is claimed for i!.
<?P=o*- Send for a Circular. "SS?
A LIBERAL VISCOUNT TO THE TRADE
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.
20)5 PEARL STREET, NEW YuBK.
July 13 .1m 29
GBOTE8TEEN & CO.,
190 Broadway, New York.
THESE PIANOS received tho Iligbost A war
of Merii ai tho World's Fuir, over tho be??
iMkcri from London, 1'ari*, Germany, the elli'
.f New York. Philadelphia, Bahimore and Bp
ton ; also, the Gold Medal ar. tho America
, <H4tiiiUc, for FIVE SI CCESSIVE YEARS !
Our Pianos coutein the French Grand Aci i
Harp Pedal, OvcrftrnDtj RMS?, Full Iron Friiri
IKI all Modern Improvements. Ev?.ry Ine-ru
?.ni warren'etl Fi VU 1 EARS! Made undi
ns siifcrvisio.- of Mr J. II. GR0VESTEE>
who hus a practical experience of over thirty Cv
.car?, and is the nuikt-r ol over clirm fhom*a*<
Piano Fortes. Our facilities fut manufacturai
nub e uv to cell tbr.se instruments from $100 t
.p?00 chinner t'naa any first class piano forte.
Aug 3 lynn? 32
DECEASED SOLDIERS OP SOCTIi
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
WITH the partial roiompUou uf tmiil f>.oili
ties, I ?pain, under appointment of tb'
L gislutnre. rcqoeit the names of oil who died ir
sorvioe, of disease, from accident or wounds,"or
who foll in but'le Gtvo the nemo iu full-Di'
trii-t-Rank-Company-Regiment and arm '.i
service-Dato and catii* ol doatb, and whero bt
lied and ego,
The Record cnnr.otlo completed without tb-.
assistanco of all who take an inte-ost in this mr
moriah Especially to our rcturnod soldiers do
uow mako this appeal. If it bo" but a sicgl
namo vou eau furnish, sond it to me nt once
WM. J. RIVERS, .
' S tato Agent for Recording, ?0.
July 10 3t 23
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
THE Subscriber rcspeot'ully onuonnecs to th?
public that he hns commenced tho CAR
RIAGE and WAGON BUSINESS at his resi
dence about M milos Nort|i of Good Hopo Church,
and about one mile from Trinity Church, in' this
Di-trlcR where be will execute in the BEST
POSSIBLE MANNER, all work in tho lino, and
on short notice. >.
REPAIRING-either Wood W-rlt or Black
smithing-done well and promptly.
fl!ff~I will kep on hand, nm! m&Ve to order,
COFFINS of ail kinds, and at vcrylow rates.
I keep nono but the BEST MATERIAL, and
will warrant my work to giro sat! faction.
I am airo t repared tob?vo BOOTS and SHOES
made to order in good style, and by an experi
"iv Givo me a trial, and encourage borne en
JAS. S. HUGHES.
June 12 Gm 21
<2?1 KfiA pER YEAR! -Wewant Agents
3KXOAJV vcrywhore to sell our IMPROVBE
, M b|s M -chinee Three new kinds. Undei
pr.d upper teed. Seat on trial. Warranted fivi
yeurs. Above salary or large comm'ssions paid
I bo OWLY mochineB s< ld in United States for le?;
than $40. which ?ra fully licensed by II .?we. Whee
?er? Wilson, Grottr?r Baker, Singst & C->., ant
Barheider All other ehenp machima are ta
frit gemmills and the ?tiler of voter are liab<e to at
mt! fine and impri?oiivient. Illustrated cirru
larH fia fn e. Address or call npon Shaw <
Clark, at Biodkloid, ?uah e. or Chicago, iii.
JunuC ifWJj Q
Here's ? Chance for a Bargain !
* AT PB1 ?ATE SALE.
IWILL SELL to an? person wisc lng ?o pur
cba-o, the premises upon which I new reside,
i anted nf Liberty Hill. Edgefield District, cnn
doing TWENTY-FIVE (25) ACRES of LAUD,
mder good fence witina
.arge and Commotions Two Story
kitchen, Smoke House Servants' Rooms. Barn,
..Irrumry, and other necessary Outbuildings.
Also, the large a-d well otT'.rged COACH and
..LACKSMITH SHOPS, with all the Tool? ap
ertaining to each, necessary to the manon cture
Carriages. Buggies .v.c. And with the samo,
'nil Setts of Harness Makers'and Coach Trim
era' TOOLS, PAINTS, OILS' and VARNIeH
Also, soveral CARRIAGES. NEW BUGGIES,
?.o Hnr^e WACfONS, and a lot of good COACH
I will soil al: tho abare mentioned property at
bargain, aa I am desirous of retiring from buri
Any person wishing to examine tb? premisM
ill find me athone nearly at all times, and I will
ike pleasure in showing the same. Any c an
ntinlcatl?n from a distance on the subject ad
j resscd to me will meet with prompt attention,
nd every information given.
A. BUSHNELL, Sr.
Aug 8 3t ? 32
Executor's Sale. -
"?*TVDER nrd by virtue of power vested io mo
U by the Will of William Mobley. deceased, I
ul proceed lo sell at tho late residence of said
eoeaaed, on "IUDAY, the Slat August inst, ail
ie REAL EST VIE of said deceased, required
. y the Will t i be sold, consisting of about
900 or 1,000 Acres Laud,
vnown as the MARTIN TRACT, adjoining lands
t James C. f-myly, Mrs. Catherine Wright, Benj.
Seid Land will be sold in at least Two Tracts,
n a ere-it of twelve rn-nths with interest from
ay of sale. Purchasers to give Note with two
pproved surr tie.-, and a mortgage of the premi
?s to secure th? purchase money.
AH per* ons indebted to the Es'ate of William
\1 obley, doce? sed. are requested to m kepayment
v tho first off September next, ?nd those who
iii to make satisfactory arrangements by that
mc will find their Votes and Accounts in the
i .nd- of mv Attorney f? r collection. All per
ns having d<manda against said Eatatoare re.
i act ted to presen*, them duly attested to the un
B rsi en ed.
JEREMIAH MOBLEY, Ex'or.
Aug 8 41? 32
iTATE CF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Mary A. Myerj,
DavM R. Myers, et al, by next
friend, ,. Partition.
E. W .tson ind otb ors.
IN' Pureuancu of an Order of the Court in this
ci usn, I wiil soil at Edgefield C. H, on MON
. AY, the 3d September next, the Real E'tate
...-cribeJ in fae plc..dings, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, known as the Home
U'od, containing Seven Hundred and Fifty Acres,
- uore or less, ? oj..in ing lands of Elijah Watson,
;. T. Buatwriji'ui and others.
ONE TRACT OF LASD, known as the Mill
Triict, containing Ono Thousand Acres, more or
e-s. adjoining the Homestead, lands of E.-Watson
ind ot hors.
Tlieso lands are immediately on the line of the
.>>. mb a ,t Hambu-ir Railroad, andas dtsirablo
as any lands o a tho Ridgo.
riuia on a cradit of one and two years with in
ore st from ls -, day of January next, at which
imo possession is to be given. Purchasers to give
?und with at leas: two good sureties and Mort
gage of the premises to secure the purchase mon
* y. Cusls of nuit und espouses of sale to be paid
? cash, in specie. Titles extra
Z. W. CA&WILE, c.E.E.n.
Aug. Cth, 1S6C 4i> . 32
State ot -South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD MSI K JCT.
F. M. Chata im et ax,
Jame* G. Penn & E. Androws, ' f Pa*tion
? Adm'ors., st al. j
IN Pursusnco oi an Order of thc Court in thia
case, I will sell on MONDAY, the 3d Sep' a -
..r nest, at Kcgi field H., the following t R!
.Mate ot E. PENN, deo'd., to wit:
ONE .HOUSE AND LOT in tho Village of
.dgifield, sit?ate immediately in the business
portion of thc :uwn. '
Also, ONE TRACT OF LAND situate in the
. orpor.itc lim ts of tus Village of Eclgefield, con
iinii'g t itty Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
>f Bstate of E. Btand. Z. W. Carwile and others.
Abo, one LOT OF LAND, containing Two
tere?, more or less, adjoining landa of the Fe
uolo College, Ur. R. T. Mirna and ot aura.
Sold on a credit until the first day cf January
next, with inte rest from day ot' sale. Purchaser*
j giru Bond nita adequate sureties, und a Mort
age of the promis* s io secure the pm chase raon
y. Costs to be paid in cash. Titles extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.S.C.P.
. Aug G_4t S2
State of South Carolina,
Rlijah W. Hon and wife
uurtha E., Applicants,
Minson Lowry? Guardian,
d Hum of Join B. Abney,
. a Y an Order from the Ordinary. I shall proceed
?J to ?cl at IS igefield Court House on the first
sunday in September nt-xt, for Partition, the
tEAL ESTAT Eor JAMES H. WHITE,decoased,
.'.sistbg of v. TRACT OF LAND lying and
?ir. g in the District and rotate afb ref aid, on Clear
Vates Creek, waters of Edisto River, containing
oreo Hundrcil (800) Aeres, m?re or leas, ndjoin
g land? of F. H Posey, Mrs P. Clark andothore.
TERMS- On a credit of twelve uionths. Pos
ssion to be gi>en 1st January- next Thc Pur
baser to givo Bund and Security oed a Mortgage
: the Premises to the Ordinary to secure the
.?tronase m->nuy. Costs tu be paid in Cash, in
pocie, aod to pay for Titles extra.
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D,
A fr*8t 6 - 4t 32.
itate of South Carolina,
Mary Harri?, Applicant,
J .bn F. Kenney. Guardian, \ For Partitiou.
td Utan ot Sa io Harrie and
BY an Order from thc Ordiaary, I shall proceed
to ?ell at ?dge?e d Court Hoase, on the flret
luQday. in September next, for Partition, the
\EAL E-TATE of THOMAS J. HABRiS,
leoeqeod. situated in the District and State afore?
.id, eoMUtfog ol a TRA CV or PARCEL OF
.AND coutaitdag One Hundred and Sixtj-Four
164) Acres, m re or le- e, adjoinkg landa ot Moses
Harris, John Creen, Lewis J. Miles and others.
TERMS-^ a credit of twelve months. Par
ihaser to give Bond and a Mortgage to tbe^Ordi
nary to secure tho purchase .money. Costs to be .
paid in dub, ii Speoie, and to \ L> for Titles extra,
WM. SPIRES, S.E.?.
Aug'st 6,188?. 4t 3*.
?tate of South Carolina,
Nancy Adams auu omet.,
v ?. r For Partition.
Tho?. J. Vahrhn and wife
BY an Or 1er from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at :3dgefiold Court House, on the first
.t o'iav in Soptember next, for Partition, 'be
REAL ESTATE OF ABNER ADAMS, deceased,
Mtuated in the District and State afore?: id, con
sisting of two SMALL TRACTS OF LAND, vis :
Tract NO 1. containing One Hundred ai d One
(101) Acres, c.ore or .less, adjoining lands of A.
J.Hammond, John L. Adamsand Jamo Q Adams.
TRACT NC- 2, containing Twenty (20) Aeres}
more or less, t djoining lands of A. J. Hammond
and tract No .
Tern, s Cash in Currency, except os to tbe Costa
:n this ease w i ic h will be required in Specie, li*
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Aug'st 6, , it g ,
ALL nrr?i.r itoebted io iN t-VBSCRIBEF,
or to Mw. B. HOLLINGSWORTH, ero.
ti.mci?ly stlicited tocad end settle, or ask*
some arrana.munt*; cr tl eir Notes and Accouatj
will be plac id in ?br banda of an Attorney for
collection Citcom?iarc*t> o*cr whicb I have no
c.mrol" foret sc mo ?bia mee.ure, wbicb isex