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Myitar, opjhe 2stJune, by.A. Hollingswo.rth;
Esq., JAMEs 'I. QUATTLESUM and Miss CAKolam
Ruin, all of this District.. -
Tea earthly pilgrim observem nothing remarkable
in the fall of the aged forest tree acros his pathway.
He hath already learned the great fact that this is
but natural in the deterioratig and unrelenting pro
cess of time. But when he-beholds the bud stricken
by an untimely frost, and'decaying whilst it is yet
green on the parentstem, be feels that thegreat law
of nature is 'not without exceptions, and that the
universe was designed and is controlled by a mys
terious Power. Howapt is the figure when we ap
ply it to the brief and uncertain history of man. We
generalfy remark the aged, as constituting the more
exposed elaai to'the blighting band of Death-that
iexorabie foe to all our race. And yet we fre
quentiy see the infant itself snatched away from the
fond and tender embrace of affectionate parents,
sna ie stana amazed before the.mysterions dispen
sation which thqs deprives usef our treasure.
Such are some of the emotions that have been
awakened by the death of GEORGE RUFUS,
i&fnt sol of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. BRYAN, who do-.
parted this life at Edgefield 0. II., on the morning
bf the 16th June, 1855, aged 5 months and 14 days.
tut mahy considerations unite in making this a sad
'bereavement. Innocent and holy, gentle and beau
tiful, ah! these,.constituted no shield against the
Unerring shaft of Death. It had already been de
bided that the little angel should be removed, and
saffectionate.and doting parents bereaved. The gen
tile heart of the Christian mother with the manly
.and sterner nature of the doting father are thus laid
}ow is one common and disconsolate grief. Whilst
ti-the exercise of a Christian faith they are con
strained to believe that the Lord " doeth all things
well," they cahnot .yield up without a murmur and
forget the dear little one, who, in the family circle,
was the centre of all attractions. Their hitherto
bright and happy home is now to them but as the
desert, devoid of a single oasis to cheer their wan
dering footsteps. Before them the future is dark
and.gloomy, and they but await till a bright star
shall le revealed in the dispensations of that same
Providenee.to guide them to the' new made home
of their littte babe, where it is promised, there shall
be no more parting forever. A. R.
DIED, on Saturday morning, 30th uit., ELBERTA
RERECCA, daughter of Jon and LYDIA LYoN,
of this Town, aged 1 year, I month nil 9 days.
Weep not for her ! her infant soul
Rejoices now in bliss ;
. The joys of Heaven to her unfold
A better world than this.
Weep not for -her ! She is not dead,
But only gone before
To Hea'ven's eternal, perfect rest,
Where death is felt no more. -
J. H. M.
DIED, in Edgefield District, on the 20th uIt., of
Diarrhma and Teething, ELIZABETH JANE,
daughter of Col. WILLIAM and MArY JANE QUA'
TLEaUM, aged one year and twenty-eight days.
This bweet little babe, after being sick for nine
weary weeks, has at length been called away to
Heaven, where there is neither change nor sorrow.
Bereaved parents, grieve not, but think of your
loved one as the ransomed of the Lord-He bath
called it early from the snares and temptations of
earth to bloom in a fairer clime above. It is now
singing praises to Him who hath said, " Suffer little
children to come unto m -, and forbid them not, for
of such is the kingdom of Heaven." J. P. Q.
DIED at his residence in this District, on the 11th
- May, Mr. RUsSEL VAUGHN, aged fifty-six years.
lie was a faithful and an affectionate husband, a
kind father, a vii-tuous and useful citizen, and a de
voted and consistant Christian. Hie had been a
member of the Baptist Church upwards of twenty
years, during the greater part of which time he had
exercised the ofiicee of Deacon in the Cliurch to
which lie belonged at the time of his death, .and
always " abounded in every good word and work."
is Church, his community, and above all his
family, consisting of a wife and six children, will
long feel and deplore his loss. " But they sorrow
not as those who have no hope." L.
THlE next Ministers' and Deacons' Conference of
the Second Division o'f the Edgefleld Baptist Asso
on the Friday before the fifth Sabbath in July next,
to meet at 11 olock, A. M.
Elder B. F. Coaitzr to preach the introductory
sermon. J. W. Col.EM.IN, Alteruate.
Elder JouN TRAr to write an essay on the im
portance of Churehes enforcing the discipline of the
*First subjeet of discussion, on. the importance of
(~urches meeting every Sabbath at their regular
places of worship.
Second subject on the importanice of holding
prayer meetings in Churches.
- .J. W. COLEMAN, MODEaA'TOR.
Ros-r. BaYAN, Sr., Clerk..
T next Union Meeting of the 4th division of
the Edgefield Baptist Association,wvill meet with the
Big Stephen's Creek Church on Friday before the
5th Sunday in July next. The Rev. D. ID. Baux
sox to preach the introductory sermon,-the.- Rev.
S. P. G-rnvx, alternate.
Query lst.-Is family prayer a duty obligatory
upon the bead of families who are members of the
.2d.-Whiat are the beet means to be preserved so
as to fulfil the Divine command, " Train up a child in
the way ho should go, and when lie :is old he will
.not depart from it.
S. P. GETZEN, MODoLATR.
GEO. W. Nixox, Clerk.
The following persons have paid up to the time
affixed to their names.
Wiley Eidmon, to 29th June'56.
L. G. Hollowaty, to 8th Feb '56.
Robt. Rambo, to 9th Feb '56.
D. Jones, to 4th-Jan '56.
: Chas. Jones, to 29th June '56;.
Sam. Jones, to 8th July '56.
,J. P. A bney, to 1st Jan '56.
James Mitehell, to 13th April '55.
Simeon McDaniel, to 12th Mar '56.
-Mrs. Mildred.Lton, to 8th Feb '56.
. Mi. M. Higgins, to 18th April '56.
Capt. J. M. Gpoleman, to 1st Jan '56.
Hon. A. P. Butler, to 1st Dec'55.
A. A. Blythe,' to 6th May '55..
Jesse Culbreatha, 2d Feb '55.
Henry Hill, to 1st Jan '56.'
J. M: Mathis, to 15th Mar '56.
Dr. H. L. Burt, to 20.th A pril '55.
J. W. Roebell, to 28th Aug '56.
Geo. R. Sawyer, to 1st July '65.
Win. R. Hilton, to 5th Feb '56.
Maj. Josiah Padgett, to- 6th Mar '56.
.R. J. Dunton, t'o 25th Oct '55..
Eluai Hall, Esq., to 1st Dec-55.
Mrs N. C. Kenserly, to 1st Mar '56.
- enj-. Conolly, to.4th Oct '55.
RevsE E. B.Beflinger, to 4th May '56.
'Mrs. Frances Bullock, to 13th Oct '55.
- Lewis Coleman, to 1st' May '55..
Joseph Griffith, to 2d' Jan '56.
J. C. R amage, to-24th .June '54;r
Mark Black, to.6th April'56. -
Capt. J. C. Perry, to 20tht Dee '55.
Matthew-McGraw, to 18th Nov '55.
Gibson Yarborough, to 18th Sept'52.
Jesse Rambo, to 7th Feb '56.
Capt. Win. Watkins, to 1st Mar '56.
Bimnepn Cogburn, to 1st Mar '56.
Col. John Quattlebum, to 8th Feb '56.
Martin Medlock, to 2d Jan '56.
Banj. P. Qlanton, to 'ith Feb '56.
-J. A. Colemuan, to,2d May '56.
S. S.'Wells' to 28th Feb '561.
Gen. E..B. Wheeler, 24th Jan '54.
W. B.-Gslifin, to2d Nov '55.
J. W. Lipsouqbsto 3d Jan '56.
Mrs. Rebeeca Stewart, to2d May '56.
Lucian -D..Abney, to 2d May '56.
Wmn. Merchant, to 24th Oct '55.
E- J Wits, t 9thpet'55.
A.G..White,'to 5th pb'56.
Dr.R. Bradford, to 411.'May'56..
Hillery'Hrrdy, to J3th Morell"'56.
Dr. Wni. Pratt, to 1st April'55.
James E. Guy, td 3d Feb '56
J. Fi. Bunch, fo I ith Aug''55.
Eldred Grice, to 6th Mar '56.
.Win. Durst, to 25th Nov. '55.
'Dr. J, M. Trotter, to 11th Sept. '55.
A.- Watsn, to 4th May '56.
A " Communication of
- .M A NDIA LODGE, No. 50,
A. F. M.. will be held at their Hall,
.on Saturday evening, 21st July, at
By order of the W. M.
A. G. TEAGUE, Szc'av.
July 4 St 25
BY an Ordinanee passed at a late meeting of the
Town Council of Edgefield, all Lots in the
incorporation will be inspected on and after the
15th inst.. The citizens are earnestly requested to
remove all causes of sickness and disease from their
premises, and to assist the Council in promoting the
health of our Village.
SAML. BROOKS, Intendant.
July 3, 2t 25
To the Public,
Proprietors of the Edisto Hills not
being aware of the bad condition of their
Cloths (not bad management) at their Mills until it
was too late to correct them during the past year,
now take great pleasure in stating that every
defect is remedied, and that they have replaced their
old Cloths with new ones of the finest and best
quality. Werespectfully return our thanks fgr the
very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on us.
Try us once more. W. L. COLEMAN,
July 4 4t 25
'tH Undersigned respectfully announces to
T those that have Land Warrants for sale, to call
at his Store, opposite the American Hotel, in Ham
burg, where the highest cash prices will be paid for
them. THOS. H. TRENT.
Hamburg, July 2, 6m 25
DRESS GOODS AT COST I
WARD, BURCHARD & CO., Au
V gusts, Ga., intend from this day to the close
of the season, to offer their ENTIRE STOCK of
Summer Dress Goods,
At prine NEW YORK COST.
Our present Store being much too small for our
business, we are driven to this alternative to make
room for a large Fall Stock. Summer Dress Goods
now offered at cost, was bought under the most fa
vorable circumstances and in large lots, and is no
doubt the LARGEST in the State to select from,
consisting of all the late styles in Flounced Robes,
Organdies, Tissues, Bareges, Lawns, Silks, &c.
We respectfully ask attention to the above, and
also to the fact that all other Goods in store, will be
sold. at REDUCED PRlCES.
WARD, BURCHARD & CO.
- Augusta, July 2 tf 25
List of Letters -
R EMAINING in the Post Office at Edgefield C.
I., June 30th, 1855.
A-F. C. Arms, H. G. Arthur, C. Attaway.
B-Miss S. A. Burt, George W. Berry, J. H.
Brown 2, L. Bledsoe, Mr. Bowdoin,'Teaoher, Isaac
Bush, Benet Berry, Miss S. Bowles, Jas Blackwell.
C-L. E. Carpenter, Eli Clark, Mrs. M. Cooper,
F. M. Colemin, Mrs. M. A. Crafton, R. Clarke, H.
C. Crews; Mrs. E. Cooper.
D-E. T. Davis, J. A. Dozier, jr. 2, Mrs. M.
Dale, Thos. J. Davis, H. Day. Isabel Denny.
F-G-Mr. Fair, D. J. Gilchrist, Richard Gibson
or his heirs, B. Gallway, Needham Goodwin.
H-R. M. Iolsonbake, J. W. Harrison, E. E.
Henry, Miss S. J. Hammond, A. J. J. Herrin, AIrs.
M. Ualtiwanger, Mrs. W. Henry, A. G. Ilanard,
A. G. Howard, M. D., 2, Mirs. H. Holmes, Col.
.J-Johin Jones, Jasper Jones, R. Jennings, Irrael
Jones, Ednerd Jones, W. C. Jones, John .Jenkins..
K-Robt. E. Kenny 2, Miss E. King, E. 11. P.
Kirksey, Koopman & Summer 2, Win. Kemp.
L-R. Lofton 2, Capt. William Logue, A. W.
HMiss S. Mays, Mrs! F. M. Mjays, Geo. R.
Mays, T. J. McGill, L. Matthews, J. B. Ileaehn,
Miss M. Murrah, L. McDaniel, N. P. Mosley. W.
A . Merriwether.
N--Miss -M. Nelson, J. L. Nicholson, A. A.
0-P--P. F. Ouzts, D. Palmer, B. Petson, Mrs.
R. Palmer, R. D. Parks, J. Y. L. Purtlow, D. F.
erry, C. Prescott, airs. N. Pond, F. M. Pope, G.
S. Peleze, T. K. Prater, M. Phillips, Mrs. C. Peter
R-S-Miss P. Roper, Miss E. Smith, 2, B. F.
Swann, Elick Sharpton, S. Shaw, bl. Strickland,
Mrs. E. Sloan, J. C. Stone, A. Sharpton, C. Sawers.
T--J. B. Talley, Administrator or WV. Bussey,
W. Tompkins, P. J1. Traylor, J. J. Traylor, Miss M.
Traewell, hMiss Julia K. Thomas.
W-A. Walls, Win. Weaver, S. Wilson, Mrs.
R. Weatherford, Mrs. S. A. Whitlock, Mrs. M.
Williams, W. G. Walker, E. ,J. C. Wood & Co.
A. R AMaSEY, P. M.
P. S.-Prsons calling fur the above letters will
please say "advertised."
July 4' 2t 25
COLUMBIA, June 25, 1855.
ORDER NO. 3.
T1 HE following Regiments will parade for Review
and DrIl at such times and places as herein
The 10th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Richardson's on Wednesday the 1st of August.
Th.e 7th Regiment or Infantry will parado at the
Old Wells, on Saturday the 4th of August.
The 2d Regiment or Cavalry will parade at Mt.
Vernon, on Tuesday the 7th of A ugust.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Lowe's on Thursday the 9th of August.
The 8th Regiment of lnfantry will parade at
Morrow's Old Field, on Saturday 11thk of August.
The 6th Regiment of Infargtry wdll parade at Lo
max's on Wednesday the 15th of August.
The 4th Regiment o'f Infantry will parade at
Minton's on Tuesday the 21st of August.
The 2d Regiment of Infantry will parade at Hall's
on Thursday the 23d of August.
The 5th.Regiment of [nfantry will parade at Hun
ter's on Saturday the 25th of August.
The'1lst Regiment of Cavalry will parade at
Smith's Store, on Tuesday the 28th of August.
The 3d Regiment of Infantry will parade at To
ney's Old Store, on Thursday the 30th of August.
The 1st Regiment of Infantry will parade at Bur
tons, on Saturday the 1st of-September.
The Officers and non-commissioned Officers will
assemble on the dajy previotis to the review of their,
respective Regiments for drill and Instruction;
The Major General of the Division and the Brig
adiers General of the Brigade, will, with the res
pective stafi's.attend the Reviews.
Generals of Brigade are charged with the exten
sion of this order.
Volunteer Companies will be minutely inspected,
ad the Books of Beat Companies examined.
The Aids-de-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief
will attend- the Reviews.
By order of the'Commander-in-Chief.
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
.Adjutant and -Inspector General.
July 4 9t 25
A LARGEvariety-for sale by
.LAGEG. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 ti -10.
J UST received and opened a fine supyily of ex
cellent Tobacco. Try it.
June 13 - Ut 22
A LL Persons anywise indebted to the Estate of
Anna Anderson, dec'd., are hereby requested
to mak-immediate payment, anid those having de
mands agaiinst said Estate will please render in their
accounts forthwith, properly attested..-Am'r
- GEO. J. ANDERSON, Ad'r
D 6 - .tt 47
I HAVE on Consignment and for'
.sale Two Quarter Cask of fine Im-r
poisted BRANDY, which I will sell low for essh.
This B3raidy is of excellent quality and will suit
the tast'e of the-most fastidious.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
- LEAVITT'S , PREMIUnI PORTABLE.
FOR CRUSHING CORN AND COB TOGETHER ANI
MAKING FINE MEAL FOR FAMILY USEI
IAVNG 'cevedthe SleAgecy for th
State of South Carolina, for the above cele
brated Mills, conceded on all hands to be the great
eat economisers and labor-saving articles of the day
the Subscriber is desirous of establishing Sub-Agen
ties for their sale in every. District of the State
Prices within the reach of every farmer in the land
ranging from fifty to one hundred dollars, accordinf
to power, size and quality. No better investmen
can be made by the Planters of this or any othei
State, either for profit or convenience, and no far.
mer should be without them, nor would they be, i
they were aware of their value and utility.
A. S. LANGLEY,
. General Agent for the State.
July 2, - 6m 25
HOSPITAL FOR NEGROES,
- AT AUGUSTA, GA.
T HE Undersigned would call the attention of tlh
citizens of Edgefiold and Abbeville Distriet
to their INFIRMARY for SICK NEGROES anc
those requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
While the completeness of our arrangement
affords to the patient every comfort, it also enables
us to render more efficient, treatment to Chroni<
Cases, than can generally be secured in ordinary
private practice. Our special accommodations foi
the management of Chronic diseases of females, sc
common in Negroes, are ample and complete.
For Nursing, Boarding and Lodging, pr mon. $1(
For Treatment,-The ordinary rates of practice.
O17 Communications addressed to us at this plne<
will meet with prompt attention.
H. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician
Augusta, April 30 tf 16
ROGERS' LIVERWORT & TAR
COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS,
COLDS, INFLUENZA, ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS, SPITTING OF .
BLOOD, & ALL OTHER
LUNG COMPLAINTS TENDINGTO
T1118 preparation Is gettingto use aliover ourcountr
Thy, numerous letters we receive from our. varlou
agents. informing us of. cures effected in their inmedlat
neighborhoods, warrant us in saying it is one of the best, I
not tite very best C'ugh Medicines now before the public. 1
alnwet inrariabiy rAieree and not unfreqently cures 1A
ery toort cases. When all other Cough preparations have
failed, tlis has relieved the patient, as druggists, dealers it
medicines, and physicians can testify. Ask the Agent it
your nearest town, what has been his experience of the ei
feels of this medicine. if he lias been selling it for and
length of time he will tell you
IT IS TIlE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we have receiy
ed lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Dr. S. S.O slin,of Knoxville,Ga.,says:-Ihavebeennaint
your Liverwcort and Tar very eartensiedy in my practice
for three years pswt, and, it is cith pleasure I state mybe
'lifin riS st-rEtoITy ovl ALL OTitla AtTiC.Es toi& wicr
lam acquainted,for tchid it is reconmended."
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Benners, writing from Waynesvillie
N. C.. say :-" The Licerwort and Tar is becoming dail!
,nore ipular ja this country, AND wE TnINK JusTLY se
Alhlio have fried it speak in commendable terms of it
and say it is very be, fiial in alleciating the conplaint
for ,chsich it is recom,nended
Our Agent in Pickens, S. C., Mr. S. B. McFall, assures u
"that he uses it writh great benJit in his own family, and re
commends it to his neighbors." lie gives an instance of i
negro woman, in his vicinity, who had been suffering will
disease of the lutigs for years, attended with severe cough
who was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the good reports we hear of this medicine fron
all parts of the South. For a report of the surprising cure
it has performed in the Western anul Northern and Easter
States. wewould invite the suffering lattent to read th
pnplet whieh occoiniianies each bottle. To all, we say
hare hojwr, ha-ce hope.
TRY THE MEDICINE !
B E W AIt NE D I N S EA S ON!!!
And neglect not gmat cough which is daily weakIng you
constitution, irritaning your throat and tungs, amid invi tini
.m that dren'l diseas'e, Consumaition, wheen so soothing ani
lelinig a remedy can be obtained as Dr.1todgers' Syrup
Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and Base Imitations.
The genuine articie is signed AniEw RlonGEas, on thi
e # wpr bellie, or si. bottsfor $5. Sold wholesals
ad retail by SCOVIL & MEAD,
'I11 Chartres St. bet. Conti iad St. Louis, N. 0.
So,.x Aoxm s-roa Tn'M SorrnERN STATr~x, to, wh:om nil of
ders and applentlins for A gencica. must be addressed.
Sold also by G. L. PEN-N, Edgefieldl 0.11; WARDLAWU
LYON. A bbeville C. 11.; T. U. IIISLEY. Laurensviliet J1. li
PATT & CO., Newbmerry: I[AVIL.\ND, lItSLEY & CO.
Augusta, Ga., ami IIAVI1LiD, IIABRLnrL & CO.
To House Carpenters,
SEALED Proposals for the building of a Chare
~38'by 50 feet on the outside, (Framed) on thi
lot upon which Woodville Academy stands, wiil bi
.received until time 21st..luly ensuing, when time con
tract will be givenl to the most approved bidner. I
plan of the same and specifications of tihe work ma'
be seen by applying either personally or by letter ti
Mr. Wmu. P. Andrews, Phoenix P. O.
WV. HI. STA LL WORTIIh
June 13 Ot 22
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL1.NA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
S. Blroadwater, Adin'or, FrinAtcrc
Eugene L. Ilibbler.
THE Plaintiff in thme above case having this da:
-L filed his D)eelaratin in my Officee, and thb
Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney to re
aide within the limits of this State, on whom a cop:
of said Declaration with a rule to plead can b
served, On mnotion of Mr. Kay, Plaintiff's A ttor
ney, Ordered, That said Defendant .appear ani
plead to said Declaration within a year and ada
fr om the date hereof, or final and absolutejudgmen
wiill be given against him.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, C. C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, May 1, 1854. Jy 16
Splendid Land for Sale.
TIIE Subscriber offers for-sale the Tract of Lan
-. upon which hte iiow resides, situated about twi
*miles below the Pine House, and immediately on thi
Plank Road. The Tract cotntains
Two Hundred Acres,
About eighty of which are cleared and in a higl
state of cultivation, while the rest - is heavily tim
bered. There are on the premises an excellen
Dwelling House, goed Negro Houses, &c., &c.
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply to th
Undersigned on theplace.
JAS. L. MATHIS.
June 27 . tf , - 24
A LL Persons havin'g any demands aganst th
LEstate of John L. Richardson, dee'd., are no
tifd to render them in legally attested, withil
three months from this date ; and those indebted
will please make early patyment, as the parties in
terested are desirous that the Estate should. b
brought to a speedy close.
D. R. DURISOE, Adm'or.
Mar 7 34m 8
Look Out !
A LL Persons Indebtod to the Subscriber mt
'come and settle by thc first Monday in Au
gust, or they will posively find their Notes or Ae
counts either in the hands of W. C. Moragne, Esq.
or J. B. Talbert, Esq.' Necessity conpeli me ti
say so. That is all. . R. T. PA RKS.
. March 14 3 m m* - 9
A FTER Sale-day in August' next, all -per'son
indetbted to me by Note or Account, will pleas
call oui WV. W.~ Adatms, Eeq., and settle.
R. T. MIMS.
.June 75t 24
-State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
George W. Jones,
vs. Foreign Attachmecut.
THE Plaintiff in the above stated edse, havin
I this- day filed his- Dieclaration in my Office
against the Defendantewho (as it is said). is abser
from and without the limits of this State, and ha
neither wife nor attor~ney known within the sam
upon whom a copy of the said Declaration migi
be served, It ii therefore ordered that the said De
fndant do appear and plead to the said Deelaratio
within a year and a day from the date hereof,oethei
wise final and absolute judgment will be given an1
awarded against him.
* THIOS. G. BA CON, C. C. a. n.
A GOOD assortment of WHITE MUSLINS
viz: Jaconet, ChepkEd Plain and Checked
Mull. For sale by I. H. SULLIVAN.
June 21 tf 27
DOTTED, Striped-,3mbroidered and Plain Mus
iJlin, Edgings and Insertings, just.reoeived by
R. H. SULLIVAN.
June 27 . .. ' tf .24
A Good Selection
Colored and Black Bareges, Bombaziies and
Shallies, at - . H. SULLIVAN'S.
June 27 tf 24
Sp1endid piece of Italian Cloth for Gents and
A Bdys Clothing, at R. H. SULLIVAN'S.
June 27 tf 24
.Fine Parasols and Umbrellas,
J TUST received'and for sale at
R. H. SULLIVAN'S.
June 27 f 24
A Large Stock
OF Osnaburgs, Georgia Stripes and Cotton Yarn,
at R. H. SULLIVAN'S.
June 27 , tI 24
Shoel, Shoes, Shoes!
JUST opened this day a fine selection of Ladies'
Black and Colored. Gaiters, Kid Slippers and
Walking Shoes-also Misses' Colored Slippers by
. R. H. SULLIVAk.
. June 27 tf 24
Carpenter's Sheet System
OF Cutting Ladies' Dresses and Gentlemen's
Coats and.Saeks,-also, Vests, Pantaloons and
Gaiters' together witl Youths, Boys and Girls
Garments of all kinds end styles, will be taught to
Ladies and Gentlemen by a
Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
So as to learn them to cut with EASE and SKILL
any of the above mentioned Garments.
The Copyright of this State has been assigned to
Gro. S. McNsU &'Cb., of this place.
Persons wishing to atail themselves of this Sys
tem or wanting information will call o, leave their
orders at Mrs. McNrr:'s Milliner Establishment.
GEO. S. McNEIL & CO.
Edgefield C. H., May 30 . ly 20
Edgefield.& AikenRail Road.
NOTICE is hereby given that application will be
?made at the next 'Session of our Legislature
for a Charter incorporating a Company to build a
Rail Road from Aiken to Edgefield C. H1.
June 27 3m 24
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
HEENRY H. MAYSON, who is in the custody
H-of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of a Writ of Capiauad Satisfaciendum, at the suit
of R. L. Wash, having filed in my Office, together
with a schedule on oath of his estate and effects, his
petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that
he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts-of the
General Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is ordered, That the said. R. L. Wash
and all other creditors to whom the said Henry H.
layson, is in anywise indebted, and they are hereby
summoned and have notice to appear before the
said Court at Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday
in October next, or on some other convenient day
to be set apart and appointed during the sitting of
the said Court, to show cause, if any they can, why
the prayer of the petitioner aforesaid should not be
granted. THOS. G.'BACON, c. c. E. D.
Clerk's Office, June 23, 1855. 15t . 94
STATE OF :SOUT H CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.J
TOHIN H. TERRY, who is now in the custody
eJ of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of aWrit of Cpias d atifcidum, nt the suit
of R. M. Fuller, hiaving' filed in my Office, together
with a Schedule on oath of his estate-and efe' ts,
his petition to ihe Court of Common P.Iens, praying
that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of the General Assembly made for the relief of
insolvent debtors, It is ordered, that the said R.
M. Fuller and all other creditors to whom the said
John II. Terry is in-anywise indebted, and they are
hereby-summoned and ,dave notice to appear before
te'said Court at Edgeneld C; Hi., on the first Mon
day in October next, or on some other convenient
day to be set apart and appointed, during the detting
of the said Court, to show cause, if any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner aforesaid should
not be granted.
THIOS. G. BACON, c.c. E. D.
Clerk's Ofice, June 18, 1855. 16t 23
STATE OF SOUTH CAR'OLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
A BSA LOM f. [10DGES, who is now in th
.custody of the Sheriff of Edfefield District
by virtue of a Wi t of Capias ad Satisfaciendum,
at the suit of John Colgan, having filed in my Office
together with a Schedule on oatlh of his estate and
effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
praing that he may be admitted to th~e Acts of the
General Assembly made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is ordered, that the said John Colgan
and all other creditors to whom the said Absalom
T. Ilodges, is in anywise indebted, are hereby
summoned and have notice to appear before the
said Court at Edlgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in October next-, or on some other conve
nient day to be set apart and-appointed, during the
sitting of' the said Court, to show cause, if any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner aforesaid should
not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, c. C. E. D.
Cle.ik's Office, June 18,1855. 16t 23
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON I L.E AS..
L1jOSE~S ITARRIS,-who is now in the custody
.Iof the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendam, at the
suit of Sydney S. Boyce, having.filed in my offie
together with a Schedule on oath of his estate and
effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
praing that lhe may be adqmitted to the benefit of
the A cts of the General -Assembly, made for the
relief of insolvent debtors, It is ordered, that the
said Sydney S. Boyce and all other creditors to
whom the said Moses Harris is inanywise indebted,
and they are hereby summoned and, have notice te
appear before the said Court at Edgefield C. U...on
the first Monday in October next, or on some other
convenient day to be set apart and appointed during
the sitting of the said Court, to show enase, if nny
they can, why the prayor of the said petition afore
said-should not be granted. --
THOS. G. BACON; c. ea. 3D.
Clerk's Office, June 18, 1855. 16t 23
ST'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
LLAM H. CRAWFORD who is now in
Vthe custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis
triet, by virtue of a Writ of Capita. ad Satiefaci
endmn at the suit of John L. Doby, having filed
In my Office, together with a Schedule on oath of
his estate and effects, his petition to the Court of
Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted
to the benefit of the-Acts of the General Assembly,
inadefor the relief of insolvent debtors, It is or
dered, that the said John L. Doby and all other
crditors, to whom the said- William HI. Crawford
is in anywise indebted, and they afre hereby sum
mond and have notice to appear before the said
Courtas Edgefield C. HI. on thiefirst Monday in
October next, -'or on some other convenIent -day to
be set apart and appointed during the sitting of the
Court, to show cause, If any thefr ean, why the
prayer of the said petitioner aforesaid should-not be
granted. THOS. G. BACON, c. c. s. a.
Clerk's Oficee, June 18, 1855. *16t 23
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMAON PLE AS.
DENJA MIN L. RABORN, who is in the cn
Itodv of the Sheriff of' Edgefield District by
virtue of a Writ of Capita. ad Satisfaciendum, at
the suit of John Hill1, Administrator of Caleb Mit
ohell, having filed in m3 Office, together with
Schedule onoath of his estate and effects, his peti
ion to the Court of Common Tles, praying that he
may be admitted to the bemeit~ of the Acts of the
SGen'eral Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent
',debtors, It is ordered, .that the said John. Hill
t Ad'er of Caleb Mitchell, ~and all other creditors
sto whom the said Benj. L. Reborn is hnywisein.
edebted, and they are hereby summoned end have
tnotice to appear before the said Court at Edgefiele
-C. H., on the first Monday In October next; or momi
ther convenient day to be set apart and appointee
- during the sitting of the said Court, to show canse
Sf any they can, why theprayer of the said petition.
er aforesaid should not be granted.
THIOS. G.B BACON, c. os. is.
J M. NEWBY & CO., under U.S. Hotel, A
J BEST and MOST FASHIONABLE ASS
SPRING AND SUMMER R
Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In additioi
SUPPLIES from our House in New York. W
YOUTH'S AND CHIL:
Ar so, a full assortment of FURNISHING AI
W' Country Merchants and all persons- visitii
examine our Stock, as we are determined to offer
Augusta, April 3, 1854.
THOS. G. BACON.
R. D. BRYAN.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE,
For Tax Collector
M. B. WHITTLE,
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
MESSRS. ABNEY & CHAPMAN,
-have this day formed a partnership for the
practice of Law in the Districts of Edgefield and
* They can be consulted either at Edgefield or
Newberry C. H., as those wishing advice may find
it most convenient.
JOS. ABNEY, Edgefield C. H.
J. A. CHAPMAN, Newberry C. II.
Jne 1, 1855. 3m 21
Messrs, Landrum & Gary,
PARTNERS in LAW and EQUITY. Office
in Law Range. One or the other will always
be found in the Office..
G. W. LANDRUM,
M. W. GARY.
Edgefield C. H., May 30, 1555. 3m 20
NEW SPRING & SUM[ ER
THE Subscriber has just received, at his old
T Stand, (the Brick Store,) his Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Compriing almost EVERY VARIETY of Goods
for Ladies Spring and Summer weiar. A mong his
extensive and well assorted Stock may be found
Black and White, Silk and. Lace MANTILLAS,
Ladies' fne worked HANDKERCHIEFS, COL
L ARS, Undersleeves and Chemizettes,
Kid and Silk GLOVES and fine M ITTS.
A splendid assortment of PRINTS and GING
BAMS, and very cheap
LINEN DRILLS and. other Goods for Gentle
men and Boys' wear.
A beautiful and extensive lot of BONNETS and.
A fine lot of Moleskin, Panama, Leghorn and
Soft U ATS. Also, a large Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, kc.,
With inany other articles too numerous to mention,
all of which will be sold on the most accommoda
07T A liberal discount for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. II., Mar 27, tf 11 .
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c,
DbRB. A. G. & T. J1. T EA % UE, respect
Lfnlly inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock'uf
Pure'and Geune Drugs, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor
them wvith their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in this
place of' our Stock of Drugs. Medicines, &c. Suf
fce it to say, we h~ave the F UL LE ST and
MOST ' OMPL E TE Stock ever
offered In this place.
Edgefield C. II., May 23 tf 19
Galvanic Batteries & Magneto Electric
J UST rcived, and for sale 0j
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 ~ f 19
Medicine Chests and Travelling Cases.
O N hand a few very fine family Medicine Chests
and Travelling Cases. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
Ma~23 .tf 19
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
M EDIC! NE CASES-for sale by~
A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tt 19
Gumn Elastic Hot Water Bags and
HOSPITA L CUSHIONS-for sale by
L. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
A large Lot of Glass Ware.
T INCTUIRE and Specie Stands from one gallon
to half pint, assorted ;
Vials and Bottles, all sizes. Also, a. few Ther
momters,-for sale by.
- -A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
IN Store a fine variety of Paint1 Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash,. Crumb,
Dusting and Hair Brushes and - Combs-Flesh
crshes and Hair.Gloves-Nail, Tooth and Shaving
Brushes, &'. For sale by
A. G..& T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
A LL kinds. Also, Lanoets and a great variety'
.of Surgical Instruments,. for sale by.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUIE, Druggists.
May 23'- - tf 19
A NEW .ahd improved Style.-Ahso, Nipple
Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipiple
Shields', Teething Rings, &c. For sale by
A. G. &T.J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf '19
Mortars, Iron and WedgeWood.
ILL TILES, Graduate Moasures, Spatulars and
Putta Knives,-for sale by.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
- May 23 tf ~19
FOR THE LADIES !
W-E have on hand a great variety of Colognes,
THandkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
Ian assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
.Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonies, Reators
Itives atd Hair Dye;
Preston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Hair De
pilatory,&., to-all of which the aliention of the
Laie-i esecflly Invited. Formial by -
A. G. & T.J; TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 . tf 19
A FINE supyof new Orop Cb OASS
. ne ON from the Fraut.
SuperIor Ginger Brandy, Clarott, &e.
S. E~. BOWERS, Ausn.
Hamburg, May 7 If 17
gusta, Ga., are now receiving the LARGEST
ito which, we are weekly receiving FRESB
e also keep constantly on hand a large Stock o
TICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
ig Augusta will' find it to their interest to
our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
Edgefield Collegiate Institute,
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
NUMBER OP PUPILS IN ATTENDANCE, FIrrv-Foua.
T HE winter Session closed last week. The Spring
and Summer Session will commence on Mon
day, April 23d, and continue fourteen weeks.
Rates of Tuition, &e., the same as stated in pre
CHAS. A. RAYMOND, PRINCIPAL.
April18 tf - 14
Edgefleld Male Academy,
T HE Trustees of this Institution take plessurt
in announcing that they have made ample ar
rangements for its conduct during the present year
Mr. WILLIAM McCASLIN and Mr. ERASMUE
YOUNGBLOOD, two young gentemen; of fin
Classical education, have the School now in charge
Both Trustees and Teachers flatter themselves witI
the belief that their School will not have its superi
3r' in the State. Either Teacher- is qualified t<
instruct thoroughly in every branch required for en.
trance into our Colleges, North or South. As.it )I
not probable, from the delay we have unavoldabl3
encountered in opening the Academy, that we. bal
have at any time during the year an inconeniently
large number of Students, those who do come wil
enjoy the great privilege of constant and careful su
pervision. Parents will at once see this advanta
in its proper light.
We respectfully ask of our friends, and the friends
of the School, that they will come forward and en
er their boys immediately. The full Scholastic
year will be taught.
For the Classical Department, per annum,..$36,00
" Higher Eng. " " ., 32,00
" Ordinary" " " f - 28,0C
Capitol board to be had in pIasant amiies.
R. T. MIMS,
ARTHUR SIMKINS, .
GEO. A. ADDISON,
LEWIS JONES. J
Jan 24 tf .2
Aiken Sub-Collegiate Institute
D. WM. PIERCE, DEPARTME.T, ANcIENT Las
RV. 0. II. TRIMMIER, " Erousn LrrE
M. STEADMAN, " MATEMATICI
AND CONTINENTAL ToNGUEs.
00 .BOYS may be accommodated witi Board,
Loging, Washing, Lights, Stationary and
uition, at $100 per Session of five months, imvar
ably in advance.
Aikn,S. C., Jan. 17 ly' I
T H E MALE DEPA RTMENT of these Acade.
mies is under the stpervision of Mlr. J. L
ESLY. Assisted by Mr.B ASS.
The Female Department will be supervised by
Mir. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by competent M.u
il and other Instructoress.
Rates of Tuition.
First Class, Primary 1repartment, per Sess'on $9,0(
2nd " ordinary English branches,.. 12,(
3nd " higher Englidh branches... 15,0(
4th " Greek and Roman Literature with
Music.. .................. -. --- - $20,0(
Pupils are charged from the time of entering un
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The year Is diided into two Session of fit
months ench. .
gg Good board can be had in the neighborhooc
at from $8 to $10 dollars per month.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Fe4~ tf 5
EDGEFIELD C. II., S. C.
continue to build
to order, and of the -
BEST MATERIA L that can be procured,
Carriages, Buggies, &b.,
OF Eveny STYL.E AND DiseRIPrioN. They also keep
onstantly on hand a fine and varied ass'ortment of
le and SecondHand Carring es
C&"REPA1RING neatly and promptly attend.
Thankful for past patronage, they hope by-giving
due attention to their business and the interests eo
their customers, to continue to receive a liberal shart
of public favor. C. McGREGOR,
*F. L. SMHTH.
Mar 28 . tf . ' 11
Dry Goods at very Low Prices
WILLIA M SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., expecting
Vto make a ebange in- his business, will mel
ii present Stock of DRY GOODS
At Very Low Prices.
The assortment of Staple and Fancy Dress Goods
is one of the largest in the city. Great inducementi
will be offered to Planters and Country Merchants
who wish- to purchase for cash. The public are re
.p.ctfully invited to call and examine the Goods.
Augusta, June 6 tf 21
ISthus given to all persons idebted to Mrs
Eiabeth Martin, dec'd. to make immediat.
ayment, and th'ose having demands against said
Estate, will render them in forthwith, properly at
tested. -G. W. BURTON, Ex'or.
*Nov 9 tf .43
T HOSE of our citizens, who desire to protect
their houses, barns, &c., from lightning, would
do well to try OTIS' IMPROVED PATENT
IGHTNING CONDUTCTORS. By applicatioR
to the subscriber, Agent at this place, they can pro
uro these rods and all necessary fixtures, and.
what is more, have them well put up, all at mioder
ste charges. These Conductors have been placed
over the Court House and Jail by the Commission
era of Public Buildings. They arc the best, decided
Ly, yet invented. ~ .BYE ~w.
April 4 -tf . 12.
. BBlLS. and Half B3arrels Np. 3,. MACKE.
A few Kits, quarter anid half bbls No. I, Macke
rel. - - J. SIBLEY'~& SON.
hamburg, Jan 24. '. tf 9
STATE OF SOUTH G'ARdLINA,
.F. C. Wood, -*
e. E' breigna attachm ent.
HfE Plaintiff in the sbove stated- case, havin~
.Lthis day filed his Declaration in may Ofice, ant
the Defendant having neither wife nor Attornel
known to reside the within the limits of this State
on whom copies of'said Declaration with rules tc
plead can be .served, On .motion of Mr. ADAM.
Plaintiffs Attorney, Ordered that saId Defendani
appear and plead to said Deelaration within-a: yeni
man a day from the date hereof, or final and absoluti
judgment will be4gve agans hins.
March 15, 1855. 1.qly 10
"Econoonny .a Wealth !"
pucae tthe " Advertiser Office.". Price
etsper ond, Now, hee' a chance for almos
every boj, and old leaehelor's too, to make tuoney
WARD, BUROHARD t0.
ARE no#skeeelving-by '.f~t largea
A ~ z -kad.
..dict tiotdir, Stiek'a l1hit la:
New; Eegant aud .Ueefb u
SILS; SILK-BARGhE a ii k
FLOUNCED ROBES B HRAGE'DB1iES
CALICOES, LACE BED SPREADS WIDE -
SCOTCH DIAPERS, :JNEN: D a RUCK
12.4 COTTON AND LINEN.
IRISH LINENS,-. FARMERS -AND PL
LINENS and DRILLINGS,.COTflQW"
ADES, CHAMBRAY, LINEN-LUSTRES.
Family MoulngAtt i
A complete assortment of all th earloisiabrie, to
all of which they respectfully ask attention. Their
prices to Cash and prompt paying buyers will be
such as cannot'fail to give satisfaco. ' i
Augusta, March 14 . . tf. .9 .
. HE Subinriffer-takes tiolitng briuform.
T..lng his friends, that' he' has -remove ;to -the
NEW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store .of B.
C. Bryan, where he has just' opened a LAIGE
VARIETY of new articles ip his variqgnbranches
of Trade. lie intends keeping In'the
Drug and Medicine Departsin
A full supply of every 'rticle * that' i le neommom
use by the Profession, which will be constantly un
der the inspection of Drs. Bland, Abney, Mims and
Burt; and if.an article is reported to be impure it
will not be offered for sale. Dr. M. W.. bney has
taken an Office in the second Story.of the'iiullding,
and will givts me tli'benefit of'hieliiHence in
Compounding .Medicines and prescrip
tions, and having been hix years .in the bu
siness, I flatter myself,. with these ample'arrange.
ments, I shall receive a liberal share or the pstron
age of Physicians, families,-and-thepublie goneally.
In the Grocery Departinelt }
EVERY THING will be keptihat is usually found
in a Fancy Family Grocery Store. Inithe -
Department of Books, Stationary, &4
Will be found 'a full supply of. Standaiid Schfool
Books, Bibles, Hymn-Books, Fools Cap, Delter aut
Note Paper, with almost every article In this lino.
will be kept constantly fo sale.
In the Oonfectionar Depart eEi
May always be found .a much larger.' asioOrtlnt ch
Candies,-Fruits, Pickles, Ketchups, Snbces,. &d:,
than has evet'been offered for sale -thipice. "9
truth this is to be a Store of:good thingusandit i..
hopeA will be considered a great. co'nience, and;
therefore be largely patrosd E4
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dec 20 . td
Ladies' Summer Eutillas
-LLIAM' SHEAR, Augatz d.h aiti
received from New York a supplyof s
Ladies, Black Silk, Spring and. Smnmer MAi .'
TILLAS; of new.and elegant styles;'
Ladies' White-and Colored Silk Mantilis;
Ladies' Bl'k Grenadine and Crape Morning Mlag.
tillas, of beautiful styes.
The public are'respectfully invites.e tall sne
examine the assortment. .
Augusta, April 2 . tf 12
BOOT & BEGE MANUFAOTORr
I S carried on at the old Stand,
adjoining .D~rs. A. G.'&T.
J. Teegue's Drug. Store, where
BOOT8..AND SHOES of the veyy
Material abd"Best Wthsia ' hp.
-may be obtained, and most excellent. fits a nt
And, also, an extensivevariety of
Of my own manufacture,, always -kept. cm hands
And those in want of a good artiiele will pleise eaah
on the Subscriber. - WM. McEVOY.
. Mar28 . . ,.. . 1.
rPH5 Subscriber would respectfully infom the
.1 citizens-of' Edgefield-Village ad vcntt
he has taken the House formerly oeupied by Mss.
R..Grny, opposite the Planters IHotel, forthpur
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRING BUSENEEI..
All work'entrusted to his care'will be attended to.
with neatness and despatch. H~e will ailso give his
attention to the R EPA IRING OF FURNITURE..
He warrants satisfaction to al, and solicitsaliberdh
patronage... -WMi. LEWIS..
*Jan 10 tf . .52.
"(TILLIA M SH EAR, Augusta, would respeet
VTfully invite the uttention of the public to- his
assortment of --
Rich Damask Table Cloths and Damnak Napkins;y
Extra 10-4 Dam'hsk and Table Diapers;
Superior Hluckabuckcs. Bird's Eye and Scotoli Dli.
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns.,
-Extra 12-4 Linen Sheetings -
-Extra heavy lluokabac'ks, for Bathing.Towel;.,
Furniture D.imities, of extra width and quiafty;
German and Domestic Cotton Fringes, a large
With a great variety of other articles~suitabielpr
the present season.. . . .
Augusta,.June 4 tf :.-.. 21
"l lountain Dew."
TUSTreceived a supply of Superior Old MOUN
UTAIN DEW .WHISKEY. s
-.S. EB. BOWERS, Agent.
Hambur-g, Feb 7 . tt .
. LL Persons havin any- demands~against the
AEtate-of Simeon Matthews,,dee'd., wilplein
debted to the Estate must make prompt payment a
the distributses are anxious to have the matte'r ile
tied. SIMPSON MATTHEWS, Add~r.
May 23 -.-f . - 19
LOST on Saturday the- 23d tilt., mg POCK!.?
LBOOK, containing three One .Bundred,
Jr 'Bills, and four Fifty .Dollar'Bills, with any
written on thie back -of one--of the -One Himdre
Dollar Bills. A reiiardof'1100 will be given upon,
delivery of said Pocke4 Bool and oontents, er any
information concerning It wilb6thankfully receive$..
- M.' A. PAGET
JTan ' tf 51
I COMMiON .PLE AS..
James M. Richiardson,
-i. . . MAa&
. Moses Saunglers. )
James M. Richardson,).-'
58.. .- AuaeIdmena
- Moses Saunders.
THE Plaintif' in the abovecabes having thingay
'fled hisadeclaration In my '9ffice, ad the ie
fndant having neither wife nor Attorriey knowito
reside within the limits of this State, o whou* depies.
of said Declarations with -rules to'plead esabe
served: On motion of Meusr.Spann & arh
Plaintifi''s Attorneys Ordqred t i J -Def n~at
appear and plead to asia D' clari wthin a year
anda day *om the date'hr* 'erl,~~ ndabobte
judgement will be given jastbm.
State of Southarvoritma
- EDGEFIELD) DISTRICT,
Millg~geL. Bobhsan and
-Win. M-.I3ut;-fen n e
John Hill. .
HUIEREAS-the Plaintim did ontle e h1ay
'Vof Marchl, A. D;, 1855, 01e their tita
agaist the Defendant,'who (al t isuald)-Is sent
from-and without th'e limits."of thistae ma~s
neither wire nor Attorney linown witbi. tan.
upon whom a-copy of the saildaI1silit&
served, 'It I. therefo~re orderddr'ih aid Se
fendaht do appear and .plea to stLideclaan
within a year' and a-d~ frein this ater.etpes
nal and absolute j gai~ilbe given,is
awarded against him, rG, Q A w;
Clerks Offieq, Oct', ~d'~ 3,' 8
- -sie nttoeserejpbesley .
A. G,.& T.,TJ. U,Dsg