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I PRIRIRY0I5.
'ZZX 07 SC0EITION
Two DOLLARs per year, if paid in advance-TWO
DoLLaUs and Fiery Curs if not paid within six
months--and Tuans DOLLARS if not paid before the
expiratuon of the year. All subscriptions not distinct
ly limited at the time of subscribing, will be con
tinued until all arrearages are paid, or at the optionof
the Publisher.
SubscrIptions out of the District and from other
State. must invariably be paid for in advance.
, ATE 07 LDVERTISING.
All advertisements will be correctly and conspieu
ously Inserted at Seventy-five Cents per Square (12
Brevier lines or less) for the first insertion, and Fifty
Cents for each subsequent insertion. When only pub
lished Monthly or Quarterly $1 per square will be
charged.
Bach and every Transient Advertisement,to secure
publiotty through our columns, must invariably be
paid in advane.
- All Advertisements not having the desired number
of insertions marked on themargin, will be continued
until forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year can do so
on the most liberal terms-it being distinctly under
stood that coatracts for yearly advertising are con
fined to the immedigte, legitimate business of the firm
or Individual contracting.
All communications of a personal character will be
charged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will be charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing a -Candidate (not inserted until paid
for,) Five Dollars.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled. Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertising.
RELIEF FOU
HARD TIMESI
$6,150 LO'URY,
POSTPONED TO
Friday, 23rd day of April, 1958!
HE undersigned are agin under the disagree
Xable necessity of informing their friends and
patrons that owing to the dull sale of tickets for
the last month they are compelled to defer the
drawing of their Lottery, (Relief for Hard Times) to
Friday, the 23rd day of April next.
At wahith time the Scheme wil positively be drawn,
whether the Tiekets are all disposed of or not.
They ask the Indulgence of those who have al
ready bought tickets for another short month, as
suring them that at the expiration of that time
they shall be relieved of further suspense.
For the benefit of persons who have not seen the
Scheme, we give a synopsis of it:
PRIZE No.1 is a beautiful new Rosewood-Piano,
7 octaves, elaborately carved, Pearl Keys and in
laid with pearl, $60. No. 2 to No. 161 inclusive,
are each entitled to a Ten Dollar Bil. No. 162, Is
a likely Negro Man, 35 years of age. $1,000. No.
168, a valuable Negro Woman and her five chil
dren, ranging from 8 years of age to an infant,
$3,0 (a small fortuio to the person who draws
them.)
This Sebome presents unprecedented induce
ments to those who wish to invest in such an en
terprle as there Is not a particle of Humbug
about it and those who draw will never have cause
to regret the Investment.
THE PLAN OF DRAWING.
2ix hundred and fifteen numbers will be placed
in the wheel and one hundred andfilfty-'three drawn
out, the first'drawn number taking Prize No. 1,
the second, Prize No. 2, and so on until the 163
prizes are all drawn.
- 7Persons at a distance who wish to invest in
this 'pndd Scheme can be accommodated with
Tickets *by inclosing~ $10 to the undersigned.
Schemes will be mailed to-those who wish them,
free'of postage.
gLists of the drawing will be furnished the
day after the Lottery is drawn.
HARRISON & PITTS, Manag'ers.
Columbus, Ga., March 80 1868 4t 12
Head-Quarters,
9rar REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
TUcrans POxN, April 6, 1858.
ORDERS, NO
T HEK LOWER BATrALION of this Regiment
will weemble at RED HILL, on Saturday 24th
April, armed and equipped as the law directs.
The -uPPER BATIALION will assemble at
SHINBURG on Tuesday 27th AprIl, armed and
equipo Os the law directs.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
cors will assemble the day previous for drill and
instruction.
Lient. Col. CoaRLEY and Maj. BUaroN are echarged
with the extension of this order to their respective
commands.
gg The Staiff are hereby ordered to appear in
fall uniform.
By order of Col. J. W. TOMPKINS.
April 61858 '31 13
Head-Quarters,
7tn REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Cusyss's CREEK, April 6, 1858.5
ORDERS, 50
T ilE UPPER BATTALION of this Regiment
will assemble at PINEC HOUSE, on Saturday
the lst of May, armed and equipped as the law
directs.
The LOWER BATTALION will assemble at
CHEROKEE PON DS on Saturday the 8th of May,
armed and equipped as the law directs.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
cers will assemble the day previous for drill and
ipstruction.
Lieut. Col. Lsaaixo and Maj. SnAw are charged
with the extension of this order to their r-espective
commands.
The Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By or der of Col. D. L.8HIAW.
F. M. COrLExAN, Adj't.
April 6 1858 5t 13
Head-Quarters,
' 10ru REGIMIENT, S. 0. M.,
MINE CRE, A pril 13, 1858.
T HE LOWICR BATTA LION of this Regiment
.Lwill assemble at MT. WiLLING, on Satur
day the 15th May, armed and equipped as the law
directs, for drill and review.
The UPPER BATTALION will asemble at
BURNETT'S, on Saturday the 22d May, armed
and equipped asL the law directs, for drill and re
view.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
cers will assemble the day previous for drill nd in
struction.
Lient. Col. BArse and Maj. Des are hereby
charged with the extension of this order to their
respeetive commands.
Messrs. McCarty and Turner will please act as
Mesicians.
By order of Col. S. J. WATSON.
J. H. Warrz, Adj't.
April14 5t . 14
Head-Quarters,
7vu REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Cuavzs's CREEx, A pril 6, 1858. 3
RDE R, NO
1H~IE Haw Gap Beat Company are hereby or
dered to be and appear at their muster ground
at James Reynolds' spring, near Locust i1il on
Saturday the 2dth A pril, for the purpose of holding
an Election for Captain of said company, to fill the
vacanoy occasioned by the promotion of Capt. T.
P. Shaw.
By order of Col. D. L. SIJAW.
WALTERa LANUa, Lieut. Com'ding Company.
A pril?7 1868 3t 13
Edgefield Beat Company
ATTENTION!
O7U are hereby ordered to be and appear at
N.your regular parade ground (Edgefield C.
H.,) on Saturday, the 24th April, armed and
-equipped as the law directs, for drill and instrue
ion' Bforder of
~ CAPT. JOHN R. BRYAN.
CI. Caosa, 0.8S.
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-3mNN WGLIS DAaR esgEEBE
~Z~ON~qir6ne quality. Just reeived by.
- . PENN, AoENT.
uManS tt 12
New Spring Goods!
WRIGHT, ALEXANDER & C0,
GLOBE-HOTEL BUILDING,
BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
A RE now opening one of the largest and most
attractive Stocks of
NEW SPRING GOODS
ever offered in Augusta, embracing all the newest
fabrics and designs in Dress Goods.
Robes DeQuille,-Odalisque and Flounced ROBES,
in Silks, Twisted Silks, Beroges and Muslins;
Black and Colored, Plain and Fancy SILKS in
great variety.
BERAGES, TISSUES, Printed Organdi and Jac
onet MUSLINS;
BOMBAZINES,Challies, DeLAINES, ALPACAS,
DeBEGES, French BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
GINGHAMS, &c.. &c.;
Our Stock of LINEN Goods will be found very
desirable, embracing super Irish Linens, Pillow
Case Linens, Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins,
Diapers, Towels and Sheetings;
Stella, Merino, and Berage SHAWLS, Scarfs;
Chantilly Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS, a
great variety;
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconel, Mull, Nainsook,
Tarlton, Plaid and Striped MUSLINS;
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFS in
every variety of style and quality;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children, in English, French and German
Goods;
Corded, Grass and every variety of Steel Spring
HOOP SKIRTS;
LINEN and COTTON GOODS for Men and Boys
wear;
Dimity, Damasks, Curtain Muslins, Marseilles
Quilts;
Bleached and Unbleached Sheotings and Shirtings,
all qualities;
Osnaburgs, Marlboro' and Georgia Plaids and
Stripes, Tickings, Checks, and a full assortment
of Staple Good. We invite an examination of
our Stock. Our Goods will be found as represent
ed in quality, prices reasonable, and terms ac
commodating.
Augusta, Mar 16 6t 10
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
No. 2.
I WILL attend at the times and places herein
after specified to collect the State and District
Tax for the year commencing the first day of Oc
tober, 1857.
At Mrs. Norris Thursday, 18th March.
ML Willing, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Mickler's, Friday, 19th March.
" Richardsor's Saturday, 20th
Ridge, Monday, 22nd
C. H. Plunket's, Same evening, 4 o'clock.
Graniteville, Tuesday, 23rd March.
"Beech Island, Wednesday, 24th
Hamburg, Thursday, 25th "
C. & R. Burnett's, Monday, 29th
" Nickerson's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Coopersville, Tuesday, 30th Mareb.
" Dor's Mills, ,Wednesday, 31st "
Moore's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" Stevens' Store, Thursday, 1st April.
Shatterfield, Friday, 2nd
Liberty 1ill, Saturday, 3rd
" White House, Monday, 5th "
Rocky Ponds, Tuesday, 6th
" Mrs. Middleton's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Red Hill, Wednesday, 7th
Collier's, Thursday, 8th
" Cherokee Ponds, Friday. 9th "
" Hamburg, Saturday, 10th
"Richardson's, Tuesday, 18th "
"Coleman& Smith's, Wednesday, 14th"
"Perry's X Roads, Thursday, 15th "
"Mrs. Rhinehart's, Friday, 16th "
"Mickler's, Saturday, 17th "
"Dr. John Mobley's, Monday, 19th "
" Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesday, 20th"
"Ridge. Wednesday, 21st "
" Lybiand's, Thursday, 22nd"
"Hatcher's, Friday, 23rd,"
" Granileville, Naturday, 24th "
" Beach Island, Monday, 26th "
"Hamburg, Tuesday, 27th "
" Howard's, Thusay, 29th "
" Cheatham's, -Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" Pleasant Lane, Friday, 30th "
"3J. . Smyly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"Edgefield C. H. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and
4th May.
"Mrs. Allen's, Thursday, 6th May,
After which time my books will close for the pres
ent year. I hope all persons living in the coun
try will try to turn out at their respective precincts,'
and not put off their returns till the last days at
the Court House, as there is generally such a
crowd that It is almost impossible to do business
correctly.
Tax payers will bear in mind that the law re
quires them to make their returns by the time my
books close, or they are subject to double tax, for
the collection of which I am required to issue a
double Tax Execution, leave it with the Sh~eriff,
and take his receipi. for the same with mc to Co
lumbia. Please take due notice and govern your
selves accordingly.
THEOPHIILUS DEAN, T.C.E.D.
Mar 16 7t 10
CARRIAGE MAIJFACTORYs
T HE Subscribers return their thanks to their
kind patrons for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of that generous patronage..
They state with confidence now that they are
WELL PILEPARED to carry on the
Coach Baking and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
scuted in a durable, handsomne, style and by work
men skilled in their respective trades.
We have and initend always keeping on hand a
large and fine assortment of
CRRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
Of the our own mnanufacture-beautiful to behold
ad of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
:ent a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
ARRIAGES, of superior'imanufactutre.
WrAll sortsaof REPAIRING done in the best
nanner, ad with the greatest dispatch.
g5jrCall and examine our Stock. Our prices
ave been put down to correspond with the bard
ins..SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50
HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN ORDINARY.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
WheDirilliam T. Secit hiath applied to me for
etters of, Administration, debonis nun, onall and
singular the good. and elsattles, rights and credits of
ohn Scot:, late 'of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before mne, at our next Ordinary's
ourt for the maid District, to be holden at Edge~eld
. H., on the 23rd day of April inst., to show
ause, ifany, why the maid administration should not be
granted.
Given under my hand and seal,this 9th day of April,
n the year of our Lord one thaousand eight hundred
ad finy-eight and in the 82nd year of American
indeendece. W F. DUR ISOE, 0. E. D).
April 13 2t 14
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN ORDINA RY.
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
field District.
Whereas, Win. T. Scott, bath applied to me for Let
rrs of A dministration, de bonis non, on all and singu
ar the good. and chattdes, rights and credits of Mary
I. Burt, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admornish all and
iagular, the kindred and creditors of the said de
reaed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordi
ay's Court for the said District, to be holden at
kgefeld Court House, on the 23rd day of April,
nst., to show cause, if any, why d~ie said adinisutra
on should net be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this ninth day of
&prl, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
endred and fify eight, and ini the eighty-seeond year
f Amercan Independence.
W. F. DURI80E, o.z.,.
April 13 3858 21 14
DRUGS, IEDICIES, OILS, &.
"E 3 O C3 A Za.
-:0:
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE takes
this method of returning their thanks to
their friends and the public, for the liberal patron
age bestowed upon them; and respectfully an
nounce that they have removed their DR U G
8 T O R E to No. 2, in the Odd Fellows'& Masonic
Building, where they will be pleased to see and
supply their friends and, all those wanting
PUEE DRUGS, K|DICINES, &e.
Of which they are constamiy receiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from the most reputable Drug Houses
in New York.
One or both of them ku be In the Store at all
times, day aud night, and give personal attention
to carefully Alling prescriptions and orders with,
dispatch.
A condnuance of the fiberal share of trade
heretofore extended to them is solicited, and they
will exert themselves to merit it.
M They will further say to those indebted to
them, that they have never made a public call on
any one for money; but /they .me NOW needing
money VERY MUC [I, and rara in hopes that those
indebted will attend to them scon, and prevent
them from being forced to the unpleasant necessity
of publicly dunning thoso hi airears.
Edgefleld, Dec 29 tf , 61
To the Planter, Physician, Job
bing Trade and Public.
As Js PELLETIER & 0o,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C,,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A RE receiving their Stock of Goods for the
Spring and Summer Trade, and respectfully
solicit your patronage, confident that they can
compete with any similar establishment South in
genuineness of quality and cheapness of prico.
gWINSTRUMENTS ordered according to di
rections.
W PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded.
A. J. PELLETIER & CO
Hamburg, Mar 8 3m 9
THE EXCHANGE,
(NEXT DOOR TO B. C. BRYAN'S STONE,)
BY E. T. DAVIS, AGENT.
THE Public are respectfully informed that the
TEXCHANGE is now opened for the accom
modation of all lovers of good eating, and that a
few persons can obtain regular board at this
House. Fresh Shad, Oysters, Game, Hams and
Eggs, Coffee, &c., furnished at short notice.
-A.t.s 9 O -
On the first floor of this Hpse, the Subscriber has
Just opened a LARGE AD FULL
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES,
which he proposes to sell at low figures for CASH.
His stock consists of a good variety of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Syrup
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
Superfine Wheat and Buckwheat FLOUR;
Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
MACKEREL, in Kitts, half-barrels and bbls.;
Sardines, Lobsters, S:lmon, Cod Fish;
Dried Beef, Smoked Tongues;
PICKLES, Preserved and Brandied FRUITS;
SP[CES of all kinds; Ketchups; Maccaroni;
Crackers, Boston and Soda Biscuits;
Candies and Confectionary,
ORANGES, LEMONS, PINE APPLEI;
.Apples, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Citron ;
NUTS of every description;
Candies, Starch, Soap, Yeast Powders;
Tubs, Buckets and Pails, do.., &ce.
Together with a splendid and full variety of
Fine Brandies, Wines, Whiskey, Gin,
Rumo, Oider, Porter, Ale, dec.
Also, a fine supply of
TOBACCO, SEGARS AND SNUFF.
In connection with the EXCHANGE, (in the
rear on the first floor,) the subscriber has a well
furnished mani RGDDEW provided
with good LIQUORS, SEGARS, &c.-,
fW The Subscriber solicits a liberal 'share of
the trade, and promises to render satisfaction unto
all who may be pleased to patronise the Exchange.
E. T. DAVIS, A gent.
Edgefleld, Feb 10 tf 5
CHIEALP FAMILY GROCERIES!
T HlE Subseriber is now receiving and opening
La VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
GROCERIES,
To which he beg. leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Supplies, lie may be
found in the Block of Buildings formerly occupied
by G EORGE ROBINSON as a Ilardware Store.
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
" A nimble Penny is better than a
Slow Shilling !"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar
eles:
St1. Croix SUGAR ;
New Orleans, old process, SUGAR ;
"new " do.
Stuart's A. B3. and C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
"Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleans . do.
Cuba MOL.ASSES;
Old Government Java COFFEE ;
Rio do. auperisor;
Englishi Dairy and (Coshen ClEtC8E ;
Choice Old BiRANDY and Holland GIN;
Jamaica and Newv England R UM ;
John Gibson's XX and XXX
Rectifiedl and Tennessee WIlbKEY;
CO)NFECTIONA RIES and PICKLES;
MACKEREL, SA LMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOU R, &c., &c.:
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other articles ton tedious to
mention. TINOS. IERNAGlIAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kitts, j and & JBbts;
Buckwheat FLCOUR, No. I;
Fine Spanish SE~GA 1RS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS; i
25 Bibis. Fresh Thonmaston LIME; ; .K
Hamburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
Octagon Burial Cases
'iHE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
IFurniture Rooms, opposite the Post Otlice, a
larae assortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, of beautiful form, and tinitshed
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASES are now extensively used I
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Collins now before the public.
*-ALSO
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a tine Stock of WOOD GOFF~INS, of my
own manufacture, and of all aizes, prices and quality.
JOHN M. WITT.'
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18 1
NOTICE.C
My terms for selling META LIC BURIA L CA-~
SRS is Cash, hut should the cash not accompany
he order, interest will be charged from the day of
elivery. JOliN4 M. WITT.
N. 3.-Wood Coffins will be sold as furmnerly.
Jan. 20 tf 2
Notice,r
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dec'd., arc requested to make immedi- a
ate payment, and all persons having demands
gainst, the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested. r
L.P.B00NE, , .
PETER OUZT. Admnore. si
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50. ti
01
1 OTICE is hr ..' .. -
1debted to me -''.
fote or Account ii -
orward and settle -
mt,.. Also, those
~al arnd settle 'by
sotes and accountE
Edgeield District.
Mar R1
AREETNG81 CARPETINGS
WHOLESALE END RETAIL AT THE
NEW CARPET. STORE,
2 King St. Charleston, S. C.
-:0:
T H Subscriber invites the attention of buyers
to the richest and most elegant stock of
CARPETINGS
Ever exhibited in this City (of DIRECT IMPOR
TATION, per ships Mackinaw, Amelia, R. Cobden
and others, from Uverpool to this port,) comprising
a full and complete assortment of:
Medallion Velv6t CARPETS, in single and dou
ble widths;
Royal Velvet Pile, new patterts;
Tapestry Brussels, choice patterns and brilliant
colors;
English Wire Brussels, choice patterns and colors;
English and American Imperial Three-Ply new
styles;
Scotch, English and American In'grains, new
patterns;
Venetion CARPETS, all widths;
English Wool Dutch, Hemp Dutch and Cotton
Ingrains;
8-4, 12-4 and 10.4 Woolen DRIJGGETS &
American Felt DRUGGETS beautiful goods;
Green BAIZE,"Table Oil CLOTHS;
Linen and Woolen CRUMB CLOTHS, all sizes;
Velvet, Axninster, Tufted and Brussels, Rugs,
Stair-ods, Door Mats. &c.,
FLOOR OIL'OLOTHS, in all widths, thoroughly
seasoned, and'warranted in every respect, cut to
At rooms, entries, stair ways, &c., &c.
Cocoa and Canton MATTINGS, in all widths.
Er Especial attention is also requested to his
large and varied stock of
L*INEN GO0DS,
NAMaLY:
SHIRTINGS, FRONTING,
PILLOW-CASE, TABLE AND BED LINENS,
TOWELS, NAPKINS,
DOILEYS, DIAPERS,
HUCKABACK, &c.,
COLORED TABLE COVERINGS,
AND FRUIT DOILEYS,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS,
A full asortment,
WINDOW SHADES, &c., &c.
M7Buyers by the piece or package, dealt with
on the most liberal terms.
W The Carpet Upholstery attended to as usual.
by the most thorough and experienced Artists, and
every item in that line warranted to give satisfuction.
P. .-All orders from the Country responded
to promptly, and receive my personal supervision.
JAMES G. BAILEY,
Importer and Dealer in Carpets,
* NEW CARPET STORE.
Charleston, Nov 2 tf 43
SWAN & CO'S. LOTTERIES,
NEW & BRILLANT SCHER
CAPITAL PRIZE
$70,000!!
T 'CrE".1!TS C2ra.iT $31.O 0
The folloing Scheme willlie drawn by S. Swan&
Co., Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in
each of their.Lotteries for April, 1858, at
A~aagaausta, Groorgia,,
To which City they I are removed their prin
cipal offico.
To be drawn in the ety of Augusta, Ga.,in publie, on
Saturday, April 3d, 1858.
To be drawn in the eity of Augusta,Ga.,'in public, on
Saturday, April 10th, 1858.
@BnEli na.
To be drawn In the city of Aigusta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, April 17th, 158
To be drawn to thoCity of Augusta, Ga.,in publie,on
Saturdasi~pril 24th, 1858,
On the plan of Single Numbers.
5,455 PRIZES!
Nearly one trize to every Nine Tickets.
MWag2111ioO2.t S022h2m.0!
1o 3 DRAWN
EACH SATURD)AY IN APRIL!
1 prize of......70,000 is................$70,000
1 prize of.......800001i................80,000
1 prize of.....1,000 Is................10,000
I prize of ..... ....5,000 Is................5,00U
1 prize of...... ... 4,000 Is,................4,000
1 prize of....... ..$ 8.00 Is..................,000
1 prize of...... ...,1,500 Is...... .. ........1,500
4 prizes of,.... . ..1,000 are ........ .......4,00
4 prIzes of ...... ...00 are ........ .......,600
4 prizes of ..... .....800 are................200
4 prIzes of.... .....700 are...............2,SO0
4prlzes of ...... ... 600 are................2,400
50 prizes of...........500 are..............25,000
50l jrlzes of...........800 are...............20,000
100 prizes of...........15 are..............11,000
280 prizes of...........100 are..............2,000
APPROIIMATION PEIZES,
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'ting to$70,000 Prize are.. $1,000
4 PrIzes of 800 " s 0,000 Prize are.. 1,200
4 P'rizes of 209 " 10,000 PrIzes are.. 800
4 PrIzes of 125 e " 5,000 Prizes are... 00
4 Prizes of 1I.0 ' " 4000 Prizes are... 400
4 PrIzes of 75 a 8,000 PrIzes are... 300
4 P'rizes of 50 " " 1,500 Prizes src... 200
5,000 Prizes of 20..........................100,000
5,485 Prizes amon- hing to..............320,000
Whole Tickets 810; Halves 85; Quarters 82,50.
PLAN OP THlE LOTTERT~.
The Numbers fre a I to 50,000, correspondIng with those
Rbaumbersa on the TI'kes prinited on sepiarate slaps or paper,
ars encireled with -.mal Uin tubes, andl placed ina one wheel.
The first 4157 prl as, sImilarly printed andl enelrcledl, are
placed in another lheeL.
Thel wheels are thena revolved, and a nmber Is dra'wn
fromi the wheel of 'aumbers, anal at the numeia timae a prize is
Irwna from the other wheel. The number aand parize drawn
ut are openeiid anli exilblted to lice audience, and regis
eredl by the tiomutssoners; the prize being placed agaiust
e ,nmiber drawn This operaubon Iarepsated until all the
prizes are drawn .*
A ppronitaaati~en Prizes.--Thie two precedintg and
la.he twsacceedinmg Naumbers to thoase drawIng the lret 7
Prizes wll he entatted to theo 28 Approximationaa 'rizes. Faor
xample: It Ticket No. 11,250 draws thae $70,00l0 Prize,
hose Tickets tnmbered 11,245, 11,249, 11,251, 11,252, will
tach be entItled Jo $400. If Ticket No. 550i draws the
25 100 PrIze, those Tickets nahered 549, MaD, 551, 552, will
tacit be entItled kc $800,-and so on accordlig to the above
Th ,000 Prize- of $20 will be dletermined by the last
lrofthieNo.w'sIch drawsahe*70,000. For exanaple, Ifthae
. ,.drawlaugihe 7J,000 p' rize ends with No. 1, thena all thec
t'keiz where the aumber ends In 1 will be entitled to $20.
f the Numaber ea dea with, Nwnmber 2, then aHl the Tickets
here the Number ends InS wHi be entitled to $20, and so
yn toO0.
CERTIFICATAS OF PACKAGES wll be sold at the
ollowing rates, which is the risk :
ertfieate of Peaakage of ten Whaole Tickets.......SO
ertifieate of Package of tea Halt Tickets...........40
erdelate of Paakage of ten Quarter Tiekets.........20
ertgente of Paoekage of ten Eighth Tickets..........10
in Orderinag TIckets or Certliscates,
Enclose (be m-sey to our address fear th~e Tickels ordered,
u receipt of wLteh thecy will be forwardedl by first aoll.
>urchasers sa have Tickets ending In any figure they may
lesignate.
W The Lis' of Drawvn Numbers anal Prizes will be
ont topurhase.5 immediately after the drawing.
~Prebasete will please write their signatures plain,
nd we theIr Ptet Omee, (.omnty and State.
Iteanember that every Prize Is drawn and payable in
uli wthout deduetioan.
3"AH prizes of 1,000 and under, pald Immediately after
le drawing-t'aer prizes at the usual tinme of thirty days.
'FAlt eammentcations strictly confidential.
Address orders for-Tickets or Uertllcamtes to
a. SWAN .& CO, Augusta, Ga,
W A lIst of ti-e numbers that are drawn from the wheel,
rIth the amount if the prize that each one Isa entitled to,
ri be puoblishe.A after every drawing, In the following pa
rs-New Orlsans Delta, Mlobile ie.gister, Chorleston
tandard, Nas-i nle Gazette, Atlanata [atelligencer. New
'ork Weekly Day Book, Augusta (Ga.) tionsatitutonalist,
ichmnd Dispatch, Eew York Dlspatcha, 1Punklling(is.
harion, ad Savannah Morning News.,M~
biarch 31, , 4t 10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIE~LD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
W. D. Jennings, -.
us - Foreign Attachmnent.
C. P. Curley.)
lHE Plaintifis in'the sabove stated cases, having
this day filed their Declarations in my Office,
nd the Deofendants having neither wive~s nor At
rneys known to reside within the limits of this
tate, on whom copies of said Declarations with
ales to plead ca be served, On motion of Miessrs.
|arroll & Bacon, Plaintif'b' Attorney, Ordered that
tid Defendants tappear and plead to said Declara
on within a year and a day from the date hereof
State of South Carolina.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
W HEREAS the last General Assembly of
South Carolina, with a wise forecast and a
liberal regard for the public welfare, based as it is
so essentially on the good sense and virtue of her
citizens, enacted a law by which the Commission
ers of Free Schools are a!ghorized to establish a
Normal School in the cityof Charles4ton, to which
the country districts will be entitled to send a cer
tain number of pupils.
And whereas the enterprising Board of St. Phil
lips and St. Michael's have now in operation. at
their excellent public school in the city weekly
exercises, which will serve to exemplify the bene
'fts of such an establishment.
Now, therefore, I recommend to the several
Boards of Commissioners of Free Schools in the
State to appoint, at their next quarterly meeting,
on the fourth Monday In A pril, and depute one or
more of their number to visit the said public school
(St. Phillips street) in Charleston, at their conve
- -
nience, so as to be able to report the result of their
observation at the quarterly meeting, on the fourth
Monday of- October next.
Also, I do hereby invite all the Teachers of Free
School-scholars throughout the State to come and
see for themselves how the said Public School is
conducted, and what are the uses of a, Normal
Schlool.
As the expenses of such a v isit might put it out
of the power of many to come, however much
they may desire it, I will venture to say for the
grood citizens df Charleston, that the houses of
many residents will be opened to any Teacher who
shall be provided with a letter of introduction, or
with the certificates of the President and Secretary
of the Board of Commissioners at home. Failing
in this, or in case a public house is preferred, it af
V
fords me pleasure to announce that Mrs. Kennedy,
of the American Hotel, in King street, will, on ae
S
count of this Department, take care of any Teach
er of a Free School who will deposit with her, his
or her certificates from the P1resident and Secreta
ry of the District Board of Commissioners for
which he or she may be employed, from the first
of June to the fifth inclusive.
Furthermore, I appeal to the proper authorities
of the railroads and other public conveyances, by
means of which they must reach the city, to In
struct their several agents, upon the exhibition to
them of the said certificates, to pass all such
Teachers of Freo Schools, and ono Commissioner
from each Board, going down for the purpose
herein set forth, for one fare, going and returning.
I am assured that the Commissioners of Free
Schools for St. Phillips and St. richael's.will take
pleasure in affording every facility to the Teachers
and others, to observe and profit by the improved
methods. Visitors will only have to apply to n.
e. MEMMINGER, Esq., Chairman, or to any
member of the Board, at the Public School House,
in St. Phillips street. to be admitted at the proper
hours.
A fixed time has been mentioned, from the first
to the efth June. Better for all paries, if it be at
all convenient, to adop this appointment; but if
there be impediments to prevent any Teachers
from coming at tiat time, the Commissioners will
receive them at any other time in May or June,
including Saturday as one of the days.
Given under my and and the seal of the State,
SCh-cora, nerogto thi taeocondc ad
seefril meler o the Lrd ubli thooland
condtuct d and .at y e ghadn theusso Nra
oteighty-ecofnya o cmeia howeverdence.
the ma dre Depty.wl Setre o sayrth.
shl Lepoie ith f letters, nrdutoo
RwEAithi the etPtsoth Preien and SdeetaC.y
of the oard ofCmmission8.ers ome. alingfo
iet~n this istwela plichse s preferried,." f
fodm plAsur to Announce tha R.rT. Kendyib'E
othey Amria Bodiel, in K.iBgksree, will Bronc
c.J oure, ftis epaBtet, G. car Bortny Teach
er owFee SchBookwh wil dositn wit M.r Bhrt
or erE cetiatend. te rsdn adScea
ryofth D--istr BoaCrdy o.fT Comisehrs J.o
wCevernda J.eP.mplolumMro. L.hCogborst
Co, Jun to Cohe, W.ft iclve. D~sh .
Furtermore, W. apavid J.torn the prpe authrtey.
oF, G-J r Flasing, othe bli onvFeyes, by
thNo.tesi Grfce . .Grtiates to as all sucGi
crmt eac M.od, Goer, downuor the puryps
hi J-R. foth forsonebar, J .goig and rrig
ScoC olsobak, PT.lT.H all St. Mhs.welng tak
R.larey in aW.rin Haverd, failt to Johesn Teacher
andnoihgs, MrsoB onsn prfi by Jone, T.proen
KeL-rs. M.Keyr i ony.av o ply G. La .r
B. MELmaIOr, e., CLairke. o t n
inSt N-iips Mitreet 2, be. admdak, the propeh
eA fixe mae Mias bee mnioe,W rmthe f.irlst
to Mreat Jun. M eter W.r alMartiMae, cart e a.
allJ nveen, toadp thisNappinmnte.ti
ther beM iPedieso prettaTeersoWW.P
f.rnomcnn t ta. te, th.ee Cmissi.nA.sRine
hrceivetE at Raniy oher Roderi, B.y Rosr, un
itnudin Santure, A oerthen.
,ve under Smha. and Smthe Lelm ofith, Stat
Sat Chicora, nea egetownMiss son MrsaE
Saeigh hunrendd T.iftyeh, Swrngen, th.
St igmyW.eTondear of ATeryMicnG Towdesendn.
T. . Tasdl, . OT. . m n J. L mkin.
WU Y-W.Ws, eput S.erts, of Wtt. Wie
M.Won, h. 3WstMarc, 1W. Payne, J.aYlungfo
A, B-. M. sbeA ., R T SAldrch P.M
BooheANT odERS' 0 BUPPLrE,,R.Buso,
THJ.iuE, Misscribe bsle ave, G I utonMi
MStoe, te-tn Booupie C. Bowmn theM asta
lay, B.anLd. ETE tc f lnes
SupC, conistin ofCry C .Ceba,3
MCev oand Port C Rico s.GR ;.Cgon,3
Ctars . . C. Soey S."~ah .
Fltimor RFla*inry B. sam quatr F.; le,
N.L Gri S, I.N.das, Tieee and G arrelDs;.il
chiRON. all Gize , dHOLLO ExeutrE o;ryP
sonn C. loth~, T. heav arile, H.; hrl W
R. Hard, very Harg erd eks; onn,3,W
JeOinP, CANDLEJohs, ARCHone, &c., Jan
>fichwl b odonacmmdtn trst
B.H anar, Junet J - La22
E XECUTiOR F N OTIr,,B.MC.-Akl personsh
elTharn, clisI agins ~V th i a Sf Millry
[V.lar eease, a.Mr hereby nortifie creent
Magzll J Nes, .. NS.ML
P, -M Prscot,.T. BPAesnD, EVr.Pd
get, Ms. . PesEN. PBLAetN. N.Pde
J. anoi T.6es, t ---52l MssD A.Rn
SteesA. l~teA havert Pure
H, T-J. Sth day . recidth, Biuaren Smth pur
ShrE WHSEYc , TaStn , fve Barre enf pure
StRuN WISKEYni, C.very, Mld and pu-sipped.
yTM. ennde, det T.o Nt. aon . Tumime
W, Y-W Wa sh r. E. llsWER2, WAgte,
. B.-sonJ hany 25bV. KeySne Yonnga
HamburgMarS1Y, 1'8
H mTed SPANcISH e eaet
anthpinfor theao p fcthth hsi
Store at Edhef Stn"cui y i h atsa
Suppliesncnsirtingno
Stuart'sII.yB.r&C.reoftf
MOLAS~tHds.,Tiecesa Bareonls;
GEORGIA SARSAPA]
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, AiN
PUBLIC opinion and Physicians have decidei
SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained.
ingredients are well known to Physicians and th
MEDICINES, when appropriately used, often E
Nothinr' more need be said in praise of it, t
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alch<
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chiong
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.)
5WThose prefering this Compound Preparti
DENNIS' ALT RATIVE, OR GEORGIA SA
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN a
July 15, 1857.
HENRY DALY,
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS
AT WHOLESAL1!fAND RETAIL.
WORTH of the above Goods,
30,0 carefully selected from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at avery small advance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on band,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
VERY GIIEAP!
Wg The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
- 0- Teaxs.-Retail, CA SH. Wholesale, time
with approved paper. No second price asked.
HENRY DALY,
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES,
&c., &&C.
S. S. JONES & Co.,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.,
BEG AGAIN to call the attention of their nu
merous customers and the public generally
to their extensive assortment of
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES,
and a complete variety of everything pertaining to
a FIRST CLASS House Frrnishing -Store.
t O 17 e a.
Our assortment in this department is all that the
most fastidious can desire. We have nearly every
style of COOK, OFFICE and PARLOR STOVES
kept by any other house in the City, and many de
sirable patterns that are to be found exchsirely at
our establishment.
Grramee.
Of these Goods, we have some thirty difibrent
patterns, all bought'within the last sixty days and
from the latest designs. We think we hazard
nothing in saying that we c6n offer a MUCH
ONE ATER VARIETY in this line than all other
dealers in the city combined.
Having tested nearly all the different styles of
Ranges extant, we have for two years past sold
MoTTS' PATENT INVINCIBLE RANGE exclu
sively, believing them to be the very best article
oirered. We have sold some twenty of these
Ranges in Augusta and vicinity, and they have
newer failed to give perfect satisfaction. We will
sell to any customer with a full guarantee that
these Ranges are perfect in. their operation in
every particular.
ROUSE1 FURNISHIING.GOODS...
In this department enumeration is out of the
question.- Our assortment is, susual complete,
and no effort will. be sparedon-onr part 'to'retain
forour house the position It has ocpled for five
years past. It is well known that we keep MORE
THANDOUBLE the stbek and variety .of-any
house in the city, and, .ours is, 'in fact, 'f'E
PLAA CE to purchase Houise Furnishing Goods.
The increase of our business in this department
has entirely exceeded our expectations. Our ef
foils to establish a FIRST CLASS HOUSE-FUR
NISHIING STORE have been crowned with suc
cess by an appreciating public, and our motto is
"'Upward and onward !
TINNER'S GOODS.
We have in store an unusually heavy stock of
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Sheet Copper, Iron Wire,
Block Tin, Pig and Bar Lead. Also, a large stock
of Japanned Ware, Pressed Covers and Plates of
every description, Bucket Ears, Rivets, Tinners'
Toole and Machinoes, &c., which we. ofebr to the
trade on the very best terms.
S. S. JONES & CO.,
-210 Broad-street.
Augusta, Nov 17 tf 45
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CHRISTIE & IU RLB ER T.
1 lJJ Subscribers ol'~ r for sale at the old stand
of R. II. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. They have.
made arrangements to keep their House supplied
with the BEST A RTICLE~S, from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
scll LOW FOR CASHI, or for good paper cin
short time.
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
ription will be furnished to order on short notice.
S. CHRISTIE,
A. HURLBERT.
April 22 tf 15
NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
W,~ ILL be let to the Lowest bidder the building
Vof the Bridge across Stevens' Creek, near Mr.
George McKie's, on Wednesday the 12th day of
May next. The conditions will be specified at the
day of letting, and will be let at the Creek, pre
isely at 11 o'clock. J. P. NIXON, Corn.
Mar 3 10t* 8
Notice.
ALL persons indlebted to the Estate of Charles
Mci Gregor, D~ee'd. will please make immedi
ate payment. And those having any demands will
present them properly attested.
A. RAMSAY, Adai'r.
July 7 1857 if 26
State of' South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
LV ORDINAR? Y.
oshua Segler, Applicant, CiaofT
ohn Adkinson and wife Eli:- Partition.
abeth, Defendants.
Uappearing to my satisfaction that David Segler,
.U(son of Dempsey Segler, deceased,) one of the
Deedants in'the above ,istedl ease, resides beyond
the limits of this State. It is there-fore ordered that
lie do appear and object to the division or sale of
the Real Estate of George Segler, dleceasedl, on or
efore the 28th day of A pril next. or his consent to
he same will bes entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o E.D.
Feb. 8 1858 12t 5
5tate of Soutih Carolina,
EDGEFIELJD DISTRICT,
IN EQUITY.
S. G. Meriwether, et al.,
vs.
Annie Key.
B Y order from Chancellor Wardlaw, all per
Sons having demands against the Estate of.
Mrs. Frances Meriwether, sold by the Commis
sioner in this case, will present and prove their de
ands at my office within three months from the
date of this advertisement, or their claims will be I
beredfer barred..
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. Di.
Mat 3, 1858. - 3m 8.
NTIE.-Aldebn nted tothe Es
timely warned to mnake payment-- forthwith, and (
those having claims against the Estate are notiieid- I
tender them In;' p'operlystabited saangdatly ,
ne K P. H.KIRKSEY, aciizEor.
D TO .PURI"-'TEE B
I that this is the BEST PBE1i A
It sells readily andgivesgreat
people at the South, to be GOOD
FFECT GREAT CURES.
han to publish what it is composedo J
>holic extract- of Queen's Delight(
nthus) Tincture of May A-ple or
an of r ahould as i
RSAPAR LA COMPO .
ad Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE GUE. 7
F ALL
H,. L. CUNNINGHAM 4,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERC T
AND DEALERS IN: eM4
FOREIGN WINES & LIQ4. a,
srAMURG, 0, .
W take this opportunity of returning thanks *',
to our patrons and fuiends for the q
encouragement and favors we have recetvrd o
eral years past, and respectfully sollct ants" miuesa
of the same. Our highest sim, and e
ors will be to merit and 'eserve. the. phtronager
our old customers, friends and thepuhliene
by conducting our business'asre have done heeto
fore,-and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dalig
And making It to the decided advantage of aRl'w16:
favor as with their trade.
The increased patronage We have 'rieelved an
are continually receiviA has induced as to
LARGE and WELL ASSORTED Stoek 4 Goc1'r
in order to meet the growirig demands and
of trade'.
The Superior Quality '
Of all Goods olfered to the Public at this estahIs1
ment; is so well known that very little n'die
upon this subject. But with the unity of L
PRICES, and the VERY BEST QUALITY1.P
GOODS, is the system or business the subserlier
are determined to carry out. This will be made aji.
plicable to every branch of their business.
Our Goods in all instances will be what
represented to be-and when sold by sample, s
always be in conformity with the sample.
We are constantly receiving and Ilage liSta
COMPLETE ASSORTMENTf f
GROCERI ES
-consisting or
LOAF, CRUSHED, CLARIFIED ST. CRI ,
AND ORLEANS SUGA
ORLEANS SYRUP & CUBA MOLASSE-4,
TENNESSEE AND BALTIMORE- B
LARD, SODA STARCH,
SOAP, CANDLES,
WHITE WINE AND APPLE VINEGARS &
A large assortment o -
WINES AND LJQ0 Jf1
Consisting of Pipes, Half Pipes and Qua
IMPORTED,BANDI
Of the following celebrated Brands and -VA 15
Otard, Dupy & Co.. 1838, 18 ,1847
Alex. Siguett, 1852, 1855.
Martel & Ce,, 1847. T
Azarat Signett, . 1849. . "
J. J.Dupy, 1848,
P. Siagnett, . 1850. - -
OLD BORDEAUX ANID -CHAGri
MADEIRA, PORT 'AN.D R W N
HOL AJNW
J ,AMAICA AND SlT.CR fR.3S
GIBSON'S EAGLE
Domestic .Liquetrso Ukia
Tun Aaanoeaxans of our Storere ehs -
make this- stahishni lantatatti
cellar of every cobisniner. ',xg'
HOTELS. aind plsn-Wasiin al na -t~
lots of, Choice Wiuesa'and:Ilqieis fod~
uions,- can be supplied at the ozetale ,
.COUNTRY. TRADR ippl~l1.
FAMILIES can comiand tha iestT.WnA.
at very low prics, as 'alfW'-be ehse sskts~
Wines and Liquiors for culinary purpneesj -' 4
PHYSICIANS requiring--fine Uiqurs for'nm8l
cal purposes are partieularly solicited-to call and ex
amine our Stock.-;'
We keep constantly en hand a
Of Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, Saddl
Blankets, Bed Blankets, several Cases of fine
Sewed and Pegged Boots and Shoes, La
dies, Misses and Children's Shoes,
Waterproof Hunting and Ditch
er's Boots, Boys and Men's
Brogans from No1 to15,
a Fur, Wool and Silk Hats,
Cloth, Plush and Fancy Caps, -
Osnaburgs, Sheetings, Shittings,Stripes -
Georgia Plains, Gunny and Dundee Baggin,
Bale Rope, Twine, &c., &c.
We siulicit CASH ORDERS fromi parties slot -
visiting our Town, and will eudeavor in allinstan
ees to satisfy in every particular, all who confide'
their orders to us. ,. - -
Peirsons visiting this Market are earnestly soli-'
ted to give us a call before they make theirpurohw -
ses. We are determined to maks it toetheIradvat
tage by selling them their supplies LOWER than
they can buy them elsewhere.
0T We will give the market price for Cottoni
and every other kind of produce oferedj
IIENRY SOLOMONO
,H. L. & G. C. CUNNINGHARL
Hlambusg, Sept. 30 1857 Cm 8
State of South Carolina
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
iN ORDINARY.
Anse) Devore and wife Luclnda,
and others, Plaintiffs, ICifr
us. Pr
John Walton and wife Jerusha,
and others, Defendants. .
I T oppearing to my satisfaction that John Wal-.
ton and his wife Jerusha, and Willam G.
Fowler and his wife Martha, two of the Dek.
dants in this case, reside beyond the limits of'thik
State: It is therefore ordered;~ thatthey do appear
and object to the division or sale of the real estate
of Lewis Clark, Sr., deceased, on or before the
19t~h of June next, or their consent to the'sami -
will be entered of record.
.W. F. DURISOE, os..
Mar 22d, 1868. -18t I1'
State of South Carolnia
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN ORDLNARY.
Henry Butler and wife Eliabeth,. .
Applicants. . Cit aionf
3s. . . Pargtis'en
Isaac Goggins and others, Def'ts.)
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Isaae Geggins,
the children of Henry Goggins,.de.aae; Au
arew Motes and his wife Matilda, Willin Gog-.
gins and James Goggins, Jr., Defendantsa Intbe
sbove stated ease, reside beyond the limits of tdhi
State. It is therefore ordered that they 'ap a
and object to the division or sale of the.Ra -
late of James Goggins, Sr., deceased, onior4el
ihe 28th day of A pril next, or their consent to-ti
same will be entered of recod.--...-~
W. F. DU
Feb.8 1858 32 4
State of South Carolhv
EDGEFIELD DISTRIT>
Robert Y. Marsh and others,
Martha 0. Kimibrell and 'tio .i*
fT appearing that the Defendants emTmanni
L and his wife Caroline, resIde withot th ii
ta of this State: It is ordered- thatthe.
endants demur, plead or answer to thill
hree months from the publication of thi tr
he said Bill be taken pro confesso agalmit~t
Feb 22, 1857. 8
JOTIC -Toled bordti
L.l yt the CIre larmilfr
ree, dge Mrft
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