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EG' te inlirn the.r friends and the public, tha
-they;eontinue the DRY GOODS beminess is
all its-brn hes, at their old stand,
290 BROAD STREET,
Where they are now receiving ai full and completi
-nssoirtment of ,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Purelinsed from .the most eminent Importers an
)ealk-r on such terms as will warrant us in guar
anteeing tho.e.who may favor us with their trade, a
good Goods, at as fair prices, as can be obtained it
t;corgia or South Carolna.
Anig'our assortment will be found the riches
- OF TnS SEASON, SUCtt AS
Elegant Mloir 'Aittique Graduated SILKS:
Satin, Striped and l'aid Moir 'Antique SILKS
Splendid Satin Plaid SILKS, no-w styles;
Pla:d Chene SILKS. elh- ant new styles ;
how pticed-colored SILKS, of every lescription
iflack ',ILKS. in all widths, very cheap;
hRisehoff's.Red letter b'k SILK, best imported
tFrenach MERINOS, all colors. verv low priced
English CASHMERES, COBURGS, PAV
1R:ch Plaid WOOLEN GOODS, very desirable
Freneh Muslin DELAINES. solid colors;
Wigured Mluslin DELAINES and CASH
MERES. very cheap ;
BOMBAZINES, Lupin's best make, full assort
Black ALPACCAS, very ch ap. some extra fine
do CHALLYS and DELAINES;
do POPLINS and Watered SILKS;
CLOAKS of the very newest and moast elegan
designs, in Cloth, Velvet and Moir 'Antique
from the most popular Empor urns of N. Y
Embroidered and plain Crape SHAWLS;
daong and Square Woolen SHAWLS;
iExtra tine and large BLANKETS ;
eLrow prieed tine do
:Negro BLANKETS and KERSEYS, of su
perior quality, and exeeedingly low priced ;
'OSNABUROSand STRIPES, fnctory prices
.Bleaehed.ROMESPUNS, of the b st watera<
'wiretwist factories ;
$qet Island Brown HOMESPUNS;
:IOSIERY of every description, for Ladies'
Gent's. Youths' and Sisses';
IEMBROADBRIES. of the ftinest kind ;
Il iu WAhite 4LA NELS, from low prieed t<
f1eavy all wo'i'R ed MLA NNELS. cheap;
Kentucky JEANS atnd.SATINETS;
Fine French CASSIMER ES;
CALICOES. GINGHAMS and CHECKS,
Uamask NAPKINS and TOWELS;
- -Superior 10-4 Double DAMASK;
Heavy 8-4 White and Brown DAMASK. &ec.
With a full and complete assortment of all Good,
usually kept in l)ry Goods louses, to which we
"wuuld re-pectfully invite the attention or the public
Augusta, Oct 1 if 38
MRS. C. A. GRAY. PROPRIETOR.
1 'IE Public are respectfully informed that this
Hotel has undergo.ne a thorouzrh repair, and
has been refitted in the BEST' STYLE, reg.ard
less of expense, and was opened on the First of
October, for the reception of Boarders and aecom
-dation of Transient customers.
The best acco:nmmdatiaon is guarnthid to those
who will faivor ihe- Proprietor with their patron'ge,
and the lanatm-ment will be such as to comanmnd
for the H ouse, the reptutation it has 41waIys maintain
ed, as the Best Hotel in Eamuburg.
The Proprietor assur4's the public that no pains
shall ber spared on) the part of the Alanagemient to
furnish thme Trable with thme best viands the Mlarket
' of A ugusta amia f lamburg afford..
Families vi.aitinmg .aur Town ares aulicited to give us
a tria', as oar best exertion-s shni!l be devoted to ad
minister to their en tire .coisafurt.
TH E STA1BL ES belonging to the Hotel wPi be
under the mnagemient of an experiensced Ostler,
land the bestof care wi!l be taken of lorses and
Vehicles lf tsa his ebsarue.
llamburg.()etober 2, tf 38
WILL IAY SH EAR, Augttsta, Georgia,
VThas juat ree, ived from New York a supply
.of Engl.sh l'RIN'lS. of new amnd betiutifisi styles,
,auitable fair the Fall sessan. Also, superior Mlerri
:ack and other A meriean PRINTS, of the latest
A ugusta, Oct 2 tf 38
WILLIA M 8H EA R, Auneusta, Ga., has just
W receivaed frotm New Y'ark, a supply osf NEW
.E MBROIDE R IES. ntmang which nre -
'Ladies' Muslin COLL ARS. sof benmnt.ful styles ;
Ladies' Mluslim. UNDERSLEEVES, Worked
.Iancanet B AND S;
--Fretieh Setllopeal COL LA RS, a new and beau
tiful artlete foar mtaurtning;
- White Crape COLL ARS, for mourning, of new
and beautifutl styh-s ;
To all of wvhich the attenution of the Ladies ii
A ugusta, Oct 2 tf 39
W ILLlA M ShlEA R, Augusta,. Ga., has just
received1 from New Yaork. a supply of lirus
sels CARPE TS, of new and beautiful styles.
Superior Three-Ply CA RPE TS, of rich and
splrndid Patterns, and all at very low prics. Thte
public are respectfully invited to call and examine
Augusta, Oct 2 if 38
J UST received by thme subseriber, from New
.York, an nadimtionaml supply of e-uperior 12-4
LINEN SHEETINGS, which he will sell at
very low prices.
An assortment of new style FALL PRINTS, to
all of which he respectfully invites thme attention of
the public. W WIL LIAM SH E AR.
Augusta, Oct 2 tf - 38
Negro Cloths and Blankets,
J UST 'received by the S'ubscriber, a supply ot
the Augusta Manufactnring Company and
,Seley's SUPER10R N EGRO CLOTilS of diffe
-rent styles, warranted all wool filling, which will be
sold at very low prices.
A large assortment of White nd Gray BL AN.
KETS. to all of whicht he respectfully invites the
.attention of Planters. WM. SH EA R.
Augusta, Oct 2 tf 38
HESTORE IIOUSE. next Fast of R. H. Sul
Ilivan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, esamtaining
-three rooms below, one above, and a good cellar.
'EHE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and con
taining about three-acres.
.. - ..--A
ONE LOT on the brancht adjoining C. L. Refo.
Rt. T. MJMS.
Oct 2 .tf 38
Land at Public -Sale,
U(IIJC Undersigned, as the Executor of the Wat
3Wn. llruns-an, dee'd., will ofrer at publi4
sale, to the highest bidder, at Edgefield Court House
on the first M1onday in November next. the TRAC2
OP LAND upon which the said Win. Brunson
deb'd., resided at the time of his death, containing
Four Hundred and fifty Acrea,
Move or less, situated 7 miles from Edgefield C. Hi.
on the Edge~eld A Cheathiun Plank Road, and ad
-oiing lands of Johnt Iollingsworth, S. F.*Goode
.: jhries Thonias ad others.
--* Terine, one and two years credit with good per
sonal security. DANIEL BRUNtON, Ex'or.
Oct 3 . .5t 38
- For Wale,
TWO Grade Devoni Bull Calves. Also
a few Grade Gramzier and Sufreek Plgu.
Enquire at thisOlliqe,
A ug29 2 9-tf . , 32
- Paints, Onis, Dye stufO,
~UTTA in Bladders, WINDOW GLASS, an;
.3iue eut tom order. For sale by
A. G. hg T. J. TEAGU~i, Drqgglsts.
P 1 EBgSOHULTZ,
CL OTHI NG !
begs leave to inform
the citizens of Edge
field and the community in general,
that he is now receiving at his Store,
next door to - is. P. BUTLEa. a
LARGE and SPLENDID
Of the LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE
Styles, embracing All Articles usually kept
for the outfit of Gentlemen, Youths and Children.
A good assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
SILK AND LINEN IANDKERCI1IEFS,
MERENI AND LAMBSWOOL UNDERSHIRTS,
Trunks, Valises, &e.,
May be found among my Stock, which has been re
cently selected, in person. from the first Houses In
New York, and BOUGHT FOR CASH.
I shall be happy to show my Stock to any and all
persons desiring to make purchases, satisfied that I
can give them as good an article for as low a
price as any Dealer in the State.
N. B.-Also, just received, a beautiful nnd fash
knab'e lot of IIATS and CAPS.
Sept 26 3t 37
At his Old Stand, the Brick Store,
H AS Just received his FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS, to which he invites his cus
tomers and the public to call and examine for-them
selves, as he has a
LARGE AND COMPETE i
assortment of all kinds of
Goods for Ladies' Dresses,
Amongst which may be found
Rich. Plain, Black, Figured, Watered and Striped
Plain and Figured Muslin DELAINESI t
French and Engliish MERINOS;a
Blaek BOMBAZINE, ALPACCA and. CAN.
TON CLOTHS. A very tine assortment of r
Ladies' Cloaks, Talmas & Mantillas.
a large and beautiful stck of -
3ONNZ & 3N3! U323M23.
A full supply of
TWEEDS, KENTU'KY JEANS, SATI
NETS and CASSIMERES,
For Men and Boys wear.
A splendid and well selected assortment of
Kerseys, Blankets & Negro Shoes,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
SHOES, HATS, CAPS,-4C.
With every article generally kept in a Dry Goods
Store. Thankful for past flavors. I hope by strict at
tention to business to merit a continuance of the same. t
l7 A liberal discount always made for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 2 t .f 38
FURNITURE A ND CARPET
C. A. P LA TT &r CO0.,
BROAD ST., A UGUSTA, GA.
H AVING enlarged our Establishment to an
extent not equamlk-d in the S'.uthsern country.
we are now prepared to furaisha articles of our own L
and Norihern snnnufacturc at prices'that cannot fail i
to ivle ai.Eation. Our Ware-Roonms are always l
filled with the
OF THlE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
Connected with our Wtare-Rooms, we have a
large estab~ilshient, thceainery in which is driven
by steami piower, where we can at the shosriest no
lies,ianufacture any article not usually kep~t on
Jn our Furnihore Depairtment, which embraces ~
three Stories, can be found
Every Article of the latest Design,
and we particularly request all persons to look be
*fere purchasing elsewhsere, as we guarantee to du
plicate any article at Charleston prices.
We also h~ave on hand a splendid Stock of
Tais.stry, Brus'sels. Ingrain, Wilton, Three-Ply, C
Duteh IIemnp and Cotton
CRUMB CLOI'IlS and DRUGGEl.TS, P
(all sizes and widths.)
Damask, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gimaps, Cords,
Tassels, Cornices, Bands and Pins of the
Rugs, Door Mats and Stair Rods, e
(of all qualities.)
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL ClOTHS,
Of all widths, and of high reputation as to style ,J
and quality, and cut to fit any size room or entry in r
gg' The attention of buyers is respectfully re- P'
quested to the above, which comprise the best and '
largest assortment ever offered in this city.
C. A. PLATT,
J. B. PL A'T,
N. B. ADAM.
Augusta, October 1, 1855.
H AVING added to out- extensive Cabinet Es
tablishmnent a Coffin Wareroomn, we
are now prepared to furni,-h FISK'S cele-brated
MET ALIC BU]RIAL CASES and COFFINS
of -every size and style of finish at- the shortest
Orders at night or on Sunday, will receive prompt
attention if left at Mr. J. B. PLA TT'S residence,
on Ellis Street, in rear of the store.
C. A. PLATT & CO.
Auagusta, Oct 1 4m 38
R E MOVA L
Of' the Tin Manufactury,
N EA RDa. R.T. MIMS' T AN YA RD!
T Ii! Subscriber would respectfully inforqa the I
citizens of Edgefield and the surrounding Dis-t
tricts, that he hiss removed t., his residence, where
he has recently erected a large and commsodious I
Shop, and is now prepared to carry on thei
IN A LL ITS BR ANh UlKS, such as Manufactu
ring Tin Ware for Merchants, ROOFING, GUT
TERING, and all manner of JOB WORK.
Always on hand a general assortment of
TIN AND JAPAN WARE!I
ri7 Merchants supplied at shortest notice and on
the most reasonable terms. Orders solicited.
-C. L. REFO.
Oct 3 f 37 r
HOSPITAL FOR NEGROES, 4
AT AUG UST A, GA.
T H E Undersigned would call the attention of thea
citizens -,f Edgefield and Abbeville Districts
to their iNFIRMARY for SICK NEGROES and
those requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
While the completeness of our arrangements
affords to the patient every comfort, it also enables
us to render more effieient treatment to Chronic
Cases, than can generally be secured in ordinary
private practice. Our special accommodations for
the management of Chronic diseases of females, so
common in Negroes, are ample and complete.
For Nursing, Boarding and Lodging, pr mon. 810
For Treatment-The ordinary rates of praotice.
U7 CommunicatIons addressed to us at this place
will meet with prompt attention.4
I. F. CAM1PBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
Augusta, A pril 30 tf . .16
TS Hereby given that application will be made to
.Lthe next Legislature for the Charter for a Public
Road from the. Aiken Road, at or near Posey'sa
Bridget itretthe Ridge Readat or near Mar
NEW FALL AND WINTER
THE Subcriber, being now in receipt of his
Stock or Goods for the
Fall and Winter's Trade,
And thankful for the very liberal patronage here
oforeextended to him) respectfully solicits a con
inuance of that patronage and an examination of
fARGE AND GOOD SELEOTION,
n which may be found a SUPERIOR ASSORT
bENT of BEAUTIFUL
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Figured, Printed and Plain all wool DELAINES;
Black and Colored CHALLIES;
Black and Colored GINGIAMS;
A great variety of CALICOES and WORSTED
GOODS not here mentioned ;
.Taconet.Swiss, Dotted. Ch'k'd and Mull Mulins;
Cambric and Swiss TRI.MMINGS;
Chemisettes, Collars and Undersleeves;
Thread, Linen and Lisle Edgings, &c., &c.
BlIck CASyIMER ES. SATINETS, TWEEDS
and Kentucky .LEANS;
Bleached and Brown SILEETINGS;
Georgia PLAINS and STRIPES;
Marlboro STRII'FS for Servants;
White and Red FLANNELS;
A fine variety of Colored do.
lied, Cradle and Crib BLANKETS;
A large supply of Negro do.
An unusually large and excellent assortment of
groceries, Hardware and- Crockery !
A fine and beautiful selection of
3ONNETS, HATS AND CAPS.
1 very large and splendid Stock of Gents, Ladies,
Misses and Children's
with a full supply of well-made
Together with many other articles which might
ere be mentioned, but the Subscriber trusts th
be abovo. as a general outline of his Stock, will
ufice for the present.
Willing at all times to show his Goods to nny
rho may favor him with a call, the trading commu
ity are earnestly requested to step in and examine
>r themselves. R. 1I. SULLIVAN.
Sept 26, if 37
L D. LALLERSTEDT. Augusta, Ga:,
" has just opened a SUPERIOR assortment of
Table Damask Napkins and Doulas,
Piano and Table Covers,
Turkish Quilts and Valedeer Caunterpanes,
Extra 12-4 Lamb's Wool Bed Blankets,
Sheetings and Shirtings, great variety,
Satinets and Morena Cassimere. -
-A LO EVERY STYE. OF
Negro Blankets and Kerseys,
Stripes, Osnaburgs and Georgia Plains, &c., &c.,
, which he invites attention.
Augusta, Sept12 4t 35
URNITURE AND CHAIR
~XE would call the atte'ntion of the public to
ourNEW' and WVELLSELECTED) Stock of
At the old statnd,
NDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, BROAD STREET,
here we are prepaired to supply all orders in our
ne, at Redesced Prlces, and
We would invite purchasers to call be fore baying
sewhere, for we@ W ARRA.NT a ... _
Large Deduction from Old Prices.
HENRY & SKINNER.
AUGaesTA, Sept. 7, 1855.
P. S.-Ihnving made arrangements for our Fsall
upplies with the " Excelsiar Manufactory" of
:ew York, it enables us to sell at unprecedented
swrates. . 11 & S
Augusta, Sept 7 6m 35
LAND FOR SALE,
IEING desirous of making a chantre in my bu
Lsiness, I uffer for sale my TR ACT of L AND)
Four Hundred Acres,
ituated in Edgefield Distrie~t, near Mount Tabor
ihurch, and bounded by lands of J. A. Bland, A.
iles atnd others.
There is about one hundred and forty acres ofeplen
id Land just cleared, and in a hiigh state of cul
vation, must of it being catpablc of yielding a bale
SCotton per sere. The balance is in woods, and
as well timbered as any lhmd in the State.
Tfb Tract is well wattered with never failing
reams, good outlets, and an excellent range for
tuck. On the premises is a
ust finished, 50 feet by 30, with all other necessa
r out buildings. .
1 have no hesitation in saying that a better op
artunity of buying a Fresh unad well improved
'rat of Land, is seldom if ever ofrered. There
not one acre of poor land in the tract. It is a very
calthy situation, a fine neighborhood. only fie
ies from the Village, anad in a few miles of two
r three contemplated Rail Road routes.
Conme all who wish to buy good land and see for
ourselves. If applied for soon I will sell ceaep.
No use in going to Florida, Texas or California,
>buy land, for you can make as much of the
stuff " htere as tiny whtere else..
J. A. ADDISON.
Sept 25 . tf 37
Valuable Property for Sale.
EHE undersigned, intending to move to Georgia
in a short time, offers for sale thc following
aluable property in llamnburg-titles indisputable.
The DWELLING'110USE and LOT on Market,
orner of Snowden Street, running through to
lercer Street. The Dwelling and Kitchen are of
rik, covered with tin. On the L~ot is a Carriage
louse, Stable, and all necessary outbuildings.
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opposite the
tmeriean Ilotel, on which is a large TWO STORY
ERCK BUILDING, odeupied ats Two Stores and
)welling-lot running through to Cobb Street. On
e latter Street is a large aek Store.
The LOT on Corner Market and Leavenworth
itreets, ratting through to Mercer Street. Ori this
not is a new One and a half Story HOUSE, plas
ered and painted.
FVE HUNDRED SHARES Hamburg and
Edg-feld Plank Road Stock.
The above property will be sold on nccommoda
Ing terms, or exchanged for land in Southern Geor
ga or negroes. H1. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Oct 1 tf 38
Bale of Real Estate,
TIE Subscriber will sell at public sale, on the
I frst Monday in November next, at Edgefield
3. H., the Tract of Land on which shie now reside's.
ix mie from Edgefield Village, in the fork of Big
nd Little Turkey Creek., containing
Pour Jlunudred and Forty Acres,
nd adjoining landls of Avory Bland, Johnson
3land, Dr. W. S Mobley and others.
A bout Two hundred scres of the Tract are forest,
he remainder eleared and under good fences. On
he premises are a good Dwelling house. Gin House,
crew, Negro [louses and all other suitable out
iildings. This land is remarkably well watered
vith springs and streams, and there is on the Tract
about One hundred and fifty acres of fertile low
groundu, of which nearly one half is in a high state
To prevent any dispute about titles, the above
and will be sold by consent of parties interested,
, a credit of one and two years, with interest, fronm
lte, the purchase money to be amply secured.
At the request of Mrs. Moseley, I have no hesi
ation in saying that a good title can be given to the
and advertised above, by the purchnser depositing
he notea fur the purehase money with me as Attor
tey of Eli Clark, who is het' only large judgment
G. D. TILLMAN,
rut o t 38
3.l. NEWBY & CO~
WloLES4 E AND RE TA
TRUNKS, OARPET BAGS, &c.
111. NEWBY & CO., under the U.
"e S. Hotel, AUGUSTA. Ga., are now receivine
and opening the LARGEST, BEST and MOST
FASIIIONABLE ASSORTMENT of
EVER offred in tl Citeof Aneusta, oomprising
EVERY VARIETY of
For Ge ntlemen and- Youth's Wear, which for su
perior QUALITY or MANUFACTURE cannot
be surpassed in this or any other Market. In addi
tion to which. we will weekly receive
from our House in Yew York. We also keep con
stantly ou band a LARGE AND SPLENDID
Youth's & Children's Clothing !
U' Country Mercbants and ALL PERSONS
visiting Augusta will ertainly find it totheir interest
to examine our Stock, as we are determined to offer
our Goods to the trading public on the most reason
*'Thnnkful for thie past kind and liberal pat
ronage that we have-received from the citizens of
Edgefield and the adjoining Districts, we hope to
merit a continuanoe of the same.
- J. M. N EWBY & CO.
Augusta, Sept 24, tf 36
THE Undersigned. have nasociated with them in
:1 the Ready-Made Clothing Business, Mr. C.
B. DAY and WM. S. WISE; and will continue
the same under the name of J. M. Nawav & Co.
HORA & N EWBY.
Aug 1, 1855. - -f 37
FA L LT .R:AD E!
WARDS BURCHARD &CO,
ARE now opening their FALT and WINTER
A supplies of CHOICE FAMILY DRY
GOODS, selected with great care from recent Im
portations, and comprisiog an assortment which for
RICHNESS, VARIETY AND EXTENT,
Is not usually found in this market. As they. now
hive the reputation of' selling First Class
Goods upon a- MUCH LOWER SCALE OF
PRICES than they have been usually bi ought here,
they beg to assuretheir friends in Edgefield District
that they intend to keep up-this standard of
And to KEEP DOWN PRICES to a fair rema
g' To Cash and prompt paying customers, and
to none others, we shall offer great inducements to
visit our establishment. Our Stock consists in part
of the followinl - ods
RICII VELVET BROCAldE s: LKS;
Mario Antigue SILKS, In black ad coleors; .
New and beautiful shaes of Plain and Ripped
SILKS. very heavy and rich; ''.
Plaid and striped.SILKS in great variety ;
Black ItaTenn and Taffta SILKS;
Silk Robes, SiatinTurk,.Ciahmeres, D~eLaines ;
A ineline Cleths, Plaid Stuffs :
French and English MIER INOS, all shades ;
Plevin DeLnines, Per,.lan Cloths;.
English, French and A merican CA LICOES and
GlNGHIANMS,1Calico ROBES, &e.;
Black Bombazines, Oston Crape's:
Canton Cleoths. Braec'Chnilies untde Alpacense;
EMlROTERl and tACE Go6ds of every
EVENING DRESS GOODS in every variety.
Mens' and Boys' Wear.
LOTHS, CASSIalERES, SATINETS, VEST.
INGS, TWEEDS, &e.
For Famiily Use,
..T[I, WITNEY and ROSE BL ANK ETS ;
Lineti and Cottuon Sheeting..
Pllow Case Linens and Cottons;
Red, W hite, Grey, Green, Blue, Welsh, Sa'xony,
nd Domestie 1lILANN ELS;
Table Il)amnsk. D~oylics, Napkins, Towelings;
Wine Cloths, Fruit Cloths;
Lace and Miujlin Curtains, Curtain Materials;
Colored aend White hiinities ;
luckaback and Birds Eye Diapers, &c.
EGRO BLANKETS, Georgia and Kentueky
Plains, Ceotteem Osnabturgs, Georgia Stripees, &c.
gr Orders filled with the most careful attention,
and all Goods Warranted.
WARD, BURCHA RD & CO.
Augusta, Sept 18, tr 36
NEW FALL GOODS.
L D, LA LLERSTEDT, has received at,
s the c.orner of Globe luntel, A ugtusta, Georgia,
the L ARG EST and MOST COM1PLETE Steckc of.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
[ tn the City, emebracing evxery new style oef . j
Valois de Ispatsm DRESSES and ROBES; I
Plain Black, Watere..and -Figured SILKS;
Moiro Antique andl Printed DaLAlIN ES,.
Moiro A ntique Velvet and Cloth TA LMIAS and
CLOAKS ; -. v.
Colored and Black AT.LPACCA and .ME.RINO,
Englih, French and.Amerieunn PRINTS;
Trimmed Auspasse COLLA RS and SLEEVES;
Maltese COLLA RS and LA CES;
Jaenet and Swiss TRIMMINGS ;
Mull and .Jaconet Bands and Flouncings :
Alexnder and Batjout Kid and Silk GLOVES;
And an Endless Variety of everything sea
ionable fer Ladies wear, to wheich especial attention
Augusta, Sept 10, tf 35
JAP E R ~COU NT Y AC A DE MY
By Authority of the State of Georgia.]
V IIIS Lottery is conducted on the plan of the
Royal Lottery of- Havaa,- of single numbers
-and drawn at CONOERT IIALL, Macon, Ga.,
under the sworn superintendance of Col. G so. hi.
LoGAx aend .JAS. A. N~4ssa-r, Esq.
Grand Scheme for October 15, 1855.
When Prizes amounting to,
WILL. 53 DI5tserrD As FoiOLLWs
1 Prime of.--. $l500 is... 15000
1 " . .... 5.000is....... 5.000
1 "...........3,000 is.......3,000
1 " ...... 2,000 is.... ... 2,000
1 " .....1,500 is....... 1.500
1 " .....1,100 is....... 1,100
5 " ...--1,000is....... 5000
10 "' .... 500 is....... 5.000
10 " - ..-. 200 is....... 2,000
10 " . ...- 120 is....... 1 ,200
25 " ...... 10is....... 2 ,500
70 " ... .. 50 is....... 3 ,500 -
336 " -.... 25is....... 8 ,400
28 A pproximation prizes........ .....00
501 Prizes amounting to $60,000,
ONL~Y 10,000 NUYM5Eias.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid
when due, in full, without deduction. Orders strictly
confidentiat.. Drawings sent to orders. Registered
letter at my risk. Billsion all solvent Banks at par.
Tickets $10 ; Halves $5; Quarters $2,50
- JAS. F. WINTER, Manager, Macon, Ga.
Sept 26 3t. 37
A FEW Barrels of choice Cuba Molasses on
t.hand, and will be sold yery low, if applied for
A supply of choice White Wine Vinegar, for
ickeling. S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
10... b...., Au ... tf , n1
W ITI.a view of c loi hyStoko Goods,
Twill al. r 'this dte sell 'thremetir'-Stiuck tat
New York Cost for Cash,
To the Ladies, I would say have ninny-desialie
ineh as BlIck and Colored 81LK-, BA RE GES
TISSUES, CASIIMERE., I ELAN ES,
SHOES, 110SI1EY, &c.
ER All Persons indebted to me are earnestly
requested to make payment.
W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. II., sept 2G tf 37
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CIl A R L EsTON, S. C.
THE Undersigned having formed t
a Co.partnership for the transne
an of a General iACTOIAGE and COMMIS
3lON BUSN ESS. in the city of Charleston, S. C.,
ender the name of .I aEFas , COTnRAN,, beg leave
o offer their services to their friends and the publ o
tenerally, believing that the LONG EXPERI
NCE of two of the Partners in the
Selling of Produce Generally,
Will enable them to do as well for their patrons as
my other louse in the City.
Particular attention will he riven to the sale of
C'OTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, 4-c., and the re
eivng and forwarding business, as also the pur
.hasing' of Goods to order.
In all instances, our charge will be in accordance
with custom, excepting Cotton, which will be sold
for Fifty Cents per little.
ISl NRY L. .IEFFFRS,
WA1DI; S. COTIIRAN,
JOllN R. COTIIRAN.
CIuARLELTUN, Sept. 20. 1855.
AL C A. L 3
I BEG leave to embrace this opportunity of re
turning my thanks to my friends for their very
iberal patronage (espee:ally during the past sum
ner) and as I have formed the above Co-partner
hip with ~Gentlemen well known-by which my
ability as well as facilities to serve them and the
,ublic are greatly increased-and, as special atten
inn will be devoted to the business and interest of
Planters, I respeetfully solieit- nut only a continued
ut increased share of patronage to the Firm.
- 11. L. .t EF FERS.
Charleston, Sept 20, 1855. Gt 37
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
HE Undersigned has opened in this place an
r ENTIRE NEW and WELL SELECTED
stock of Goods in the
Which he offers to his friends and the public gene.
ally. lie will be in the market at all times fur the
Cotton and other Produce.
Having secured the services of M'.Jossenr RosA
SOND, as a Buyer of Cotton, he trusts in being able
o share a liberal patrmmage.
g lie will Ulan give attention to the sale of
otton and othet produce, and to the Receiving
mad Forwarding of Goods.
R. J. DELPII.
Hamburg. Sept I1 4t 35
Water Proof Ware-House,
HAMBURG, S. C.
TILE Subscriber has taken the
Planters Water Proof
Ware-House. formerly occupied by Mr. .Jons
sERa, Sr., anmd by strict aittenition to bUsiness he
tpes to nmerit a liberal share of the patroniagi- of
he gen..ronh public of the npper and Cottun-grow
The Ware llouse is above high water mark, and
nore secure fronm Fire than any other Ware House
I will also attend to receiving and forwarding
Joods, &c., intrusted to liny eare.
.C. HI. KENNEY.
Hlamiburg. Sept 1st, 1855. .tf 34.
l67 independent Press w~ll copy~ one month anmd
ortard ieount to --C.i11 K.
B A0CON, L A RD, & cc
. -AT TnEK sTORE or
H A3IBURG, S. C.
. \IIIIDS R'bed FINE BACON SIDES,
U .3tr,000 lbs. Tremnee Clean d
3,000 lbs. Tenn. H AMS and SH OULDE RS.
5,000 lbs Chicai Leat LA RD. in teus amnd bbls.
50 bbls. No 3 and 4 MA CKEREL.
Half obs and kits No 1 do
j00 bbls. Choice N. 0. MOLA4SSES.
1a5 llhds. Prime Cuba da
1,000 Simcks SA LT.
100 Himir'permi and .\damtantinie CA NDL ES
50 Boxes .lacekson & Linikoln's No I SOAP.
10 llmxes Kendals improved Chmemical Olive
A fewv Tomns Peruvian GUANO.
A general assortment of Groceries, conisting of
3AGGING AND ROPE, SUGAR AND COFFEE,
MUOLASSE~S, tsLl, F'LOU1l.
Jimeu, Plaater, sole Leather,
Gun and Blasting Powder,
SHOT, IRON, &c., &o.
For sale by ,J. SIBLEY & SON
SHamiburg, Sept 3 t 34
JIS S OL U T I ON.
the Undersigned, under the Firm of W. &
L Tu... is dissolved by butal onsnt
The nse tiled business of the Firm will bead
uted by W.m Lin r.L, who is duly authorised to
me the name of the Firn in liquidation.
Hasmburg, S. C., A ugust 31, 1855.
L'IE Unders'gned will continue the business in all
t branches at the Old Stand, where 'he would be
,ensed to have ALL who are indiebted to the Firm
n anywise, to call and settle withimut delay.
H anmburg, Aug 31, 1855. Wm. 35LL
WILTL BE LET to the lowest bidder,. on the
V27th October. the buildinig of a NE W LU
THE RAN CHURCH at St. Mlark's, near Ale
ary's Ferry, in Edmgetieldl District, the dimmensions
>f which are as follows: Thle Illouse to be 60 feet
ong, 40 feet wide, anmd 16 feet between the floor
td overhead ceiling. It is to be 2 feect fronm the'
ground at the Imowest corner. The flouse must be
3nderpined with rock-the pillars not be more than
10 feet apart un er all the sills. There are to be 4
mdlls 60 feet lomng, 10 x 12 inches, and 2 sills 40 feet
long. The sleepers 2 x 12 inches. not more tlhnn two
part. All the Dour and Windo~w postis and bruces
to be 4 x 6 in. The corner posts 12 x l2 In. with 4,
braces to each cmrner.- The plate.s to be 4 x 8 in.
jimce two feet atpart, 2 x 8 in-4 girders 8 x 12 in.,
td 43 feet long-4 king posts plneed in thme garret
to supp.:rt the overhead ceiling-flooring 14 iniches
thick, 7 or 8 in. wide-weather-boarding 7 in. wide
-eeiling 8 or 10 in. wide--eeiling ande fleorinig to
be matched and jointed-4 double pannelled doors.
with one good lock-16 windows 18 lights, each
lght to be 12 x 14 inchies-d..uhte shiutte'rs to each
window. in a word the f lousme is tot be linishied in
a plain amnd neat style, with Pu'pit anid Altar, amnd
etenot less than 14 inches wide, with solid backs.
The builder will he required to furnish uall the
naterials,.whieli must be ' the. best anaivlity.
C. G. SNELGRtOVE,
H.: H. RISER.
.1 COB CAIJGHalAN,
B. Y. YARBOROUGHI.
Oct 3 4t 38
A Certain Remnedyi
I AM! appointed Sole Agent f,.r .lacob's Celebra
.ted Dysentery and Diarrheea Cordial. This
ledicine has a rep~uttion unsurpasssed.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent
H Hamburg, Jun -1 if 22
DURNG my absence from the State, G. D.
Tillman, Esq, will attend to all business
with which I am or have been concerned.
S Sept26 3t_____ 37___
BL ACK, Blue, Indelible and Caimte,. for sale
by A. G. &;T. J. TEAGUEI, Drnggists
R. D. BRYAN.
THOS. G. BACON. -
H. T.- WRIGHT,
: or Sheriff. -
JULIUS DAY. .
JAMES EIDSON. -
WM. QUATTLEBUM, -
For Tax Collector
A. R. ABLE, .
M. B. WHITTLE,
CHARLES CARTER, -
THOMAS B. REESSE,
C. N. WRIGHT,,DENTIST.
O FFICE over Messrs. CARMCtI:IL
& I3EA's Hardware Store, Broad.
street, Augusta, Ga.
All operations pertatiting to Dentistry will be at
tended to with promptness, and to the entire uatis
faction of all who may favor him.with their patronage.. 1
gr Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Sulder,
&.,.furnisned to Dentists for Cash. 4
Augustn. May 1 ly ' - 16
DENTAL SURGERY! -
D Rt. H. PA RI ER, .respectful.y informs b
D the citizens of E.igefeldi Distriet, that he may e
be found dluring sala day week at the Planter's llo
tel. I~dgefield C.'H., and at his residence 6n the 0
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of the tl
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following. v
tlpecimens of his work, put'up on the latest and S
mrst improved principles, can be seen at his Office.
is address, when in the country, as heretofore,
Sleepy Cr'eek, P. 0
De 27 - ti 50
Special Medical Notice,
"7E7m2! of "D 'PE S A
1111E uiders.gned is b-ing consulted by letter '
from all parts of th.- lti:on, by those who are
suf'ering fromvz Il)Y 'EPSIA and its consequent
general weakness, muscular relaxntion, and nervous
debility. Ilaving f..r the last few years, in his prac
tice of medicine, turned his attention almost entirely
to the treatment of this disease,"he is enabled from a
his large experience to institute a peculiarity of treat
ment tant will enable the patient to ace, feel, and
know, after a day or two's treatment, that he recove
ry has already commenced. 11as he a dry tongue, a
thirst. loss of appetite, constipation of bowels. nnusea t
and vomiting ?-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu
ral heat '--is he troub!ed with sleeplessness, starting
i his efep, s.mnoleney, impaired volition-with
palpitation or fluttering" of the heart, and enasily
out of breath by quickened exertions? All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment .will com
mence to disappear. h
Terms.of Treatment. tI
$5.00 for first consultation. Medicine forwarded
by mail, with 'ull and explicit written directions.of e1
the course of treatment, &c., to be pursued. Each a
subsequent .consultation and medicine forwarded,
2.00. M.ney remitted in all instances should be
registered" at the post-office. All letters to be
addressed to the unders'gned.
WILLIAM W. BT.ISSI. 1. D.,
21 Beckman St., New York. ,.
July 25 6n 28 : c
STARTLING, BUT TRUE- t
ARNING TO EVERY-SENS~LjE WOMAN! a
Why Females snffer ina Health-..
No woman of delicacy Is willing to disclose the peu~ar g
imencts incident to her sex, even to a most Intimate famil
his ntesty and delieacy Is Implanted by nature, and A
cther sould nor need be asubjecteu to the rude shucks in
evitable ln'making known to thes other sex those ailments be.
n tag celusively to the female.
hxcept In extreme eases, her sensltlvenes wili scrifieej
her heaith rathier than her delicacy.
The consequlenes are serious, iamentable, and life-long.
Thus what at first could have been easily remedied, or
perhaps belier slli, not Incurred, becomes a complIcatIon of'
dsease, not only reining te health of the mother, and em
blttering her days by sickness antd suffering, but entailing
broken constitutionts upon her children, and embarrassing, t
ot distressing, the business and pecumnary prospects of the
uband. Let every sensible woman
TJE KE W.1i.Vi.W4e L TIeWf B,
(as tousan'is have dlone) by the bitter experience and safr
igs of others, of the dreadlul consequences she entails upon
herself and those endeared to her, by hter ignorance of the
mplest and plaInent rules of htealtyt as connected with the
marriage state, the vlai~on of whagh entails disease, suffer- C
ag and misery. ~ erelno irulitesi
Iow many are suffeiiag from obsrcino reuate
eculiar to the female systenm, which undermine the health, ~
the elects or which they are ignoranit, and for which their
delicacy forbids seeking medical advie tHow many sufler
rrmt ,orobpaui*s teri (rallng of the womb,) or from Nfuor j
bui~as(weakness, deb~ility. &c.)! I tow many are In constant
gny for manny mionihis preced;ng condnemseut ! How many
ave difileuit, if not dangerous deliveries, and stow and un- T
othe quetiti how are these to~ be prevented? whati
thail be de ? thte answer Is simple.
Let every wonman ascertain for herself, nlithout violence to S0
her delicae.the nture and chtaracter of the ailment (to whleh
im us a finale is subjet)the causes from' which It nmy arlse,
aid the ,iroper remnediest tsr its etare anmd futture prevention.
This she can do by possessing a little volunme (already be
osessed by thounsandal) which teils her what it She matter,
itd tells her what to do for It, Ins simple but chaste words,y
ad such as she can understandl.
This little volume Is entitled na
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
RIVATE MEDICAL 00DIPANION,
MY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PHorEssoa o r D I SEASaES aOF WOMEN.
One Hundredth Edition, (500,000) 18 me.,.p. 250. ~
[oN rtNE rP~AERt. EXTRA DINDiNG, $l,t0.)
A standlard work of establIshed reputation, found classed
in the Catatlogues of the great Trade Sales in New-York, 1
htldelphla, and other cities, arid sold by the princIpal
,amksllers in the United States. It was first pitbitshed In
84, since which time
Firs JIauaadred Thomsanmd Copies at
hare been sold, of which there were upwards of b
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MALt, I
atesting the hih estimation In which it is held as a relIable
ZIoJ& FOR EVERY FEMALE,
eauthor having devoted his exclusIve attention to the -
teatment of complaints peculiar to females, In respect to -
hich he Is yearly consulted by thousands, both In person
anl by letter.
Ihere every woman can discover, by comparing her own
symptoms with those described, the nature, character, causes
of, and the proper remedies foir, her complaints. r
The wife about becoming a mother has otaen need of In
retion and advice of the utmost Importa'sce to her ftuture
henlth, will find such introducetiont and advice, and also ex
plain many symptoms which otherwise would ocasion anx
ity or alarm, as all the peetiarltles Incident to her-situation
It is of course impracticable to convey fully the various
subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strelly intended
for the married or those contemnplang marriage. The reve- II
lallons conttalned in Its pages have prvda blessing to thou- a
ads,astheinmerable e eived by the author(whlch ~
he is permItted by the winters to publish) wWitest.
.Extrac* of a Ledter fromt a gentlma0 Dyon hO~? .
Dr. A. (. Xfarferan:
"a My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some three
years or more, In conisequence of her great anguish and sur-.
fring saome months before anid during confinement; every
sceesive one more and mnore debitatted and prostratedI
her, putting her life in imminent danger, and which was on J
the iust occasaon despared aof. I supposd that this state of
tings was inevitable, and re'stgned myself to meet the worst.1
At this time (ntow about two months) I heard your book
ighly spoken of, as containing some matters reaching my 1I
case. On itsreceipt and pernlsl I cannot express to you the
relief It afforded mny diressed mind, and the joy its pages
nmparted to my wife, on learning that the great discovery of r
[M. D.fesomeaux provided a remsedy. It opened a pas
peet to mec whIch [ little conceived was posa1lie. Nopcu
niary consderadlon can ever repay the oblIgatdons Iam uader
to you, for having been the means of imparting to us the I
matters contatned In'" The Married Woman's Private Medi
al Companion." lBut f.or this, ere another y'ear would have
pasted over my head, in aUl humatn prnbabliky my wife would 11
have been in her grave and mny children left motherless."
In cneuence of the universal popularit of the work, as
evIdenced byits extraordInary sale, various Ipstions have
been attempe1as weil on booksellers as on te publc b .
iitations of tite page, spurIous editions, and surrpttous
sifi mets of copyright,and other devteeanddepios
Ithasbee found neeesary therefore
TO CAUTION TEE PUBLIC
to buy no book unles die words "Dr. A. M. hMvatwr,
129 Liberty Street, N. Y." is on (ad the entry In the Clerk's
Offieon the back of) the title page;t and buy only of respee-.
table and honorable dealers, or send by mall and address to
Dr. A. M. Mauriceau.- -
gV"U n receipt of Oxra Dotta-T11E MARRIED
WOMAN'S PRI VATE M EDICA L COMPANION" isesent
(uiaiifre) to any part of the United Stales, the Canadas
andBrlush ProvInces. All letters msat be ,s~sd and
atdressed to Dr. A. M. MJAURlICEAU, brox 1 M awYork
City. Publishing Oflee, No 129 LIberty Street, ew York.
AONISs NA LASAus.A.,J. F. &r E. r. N. Gat.ua'r, Cam. h
den. Dr. Josm-a TucEn, Mobile. 1
August25 - 6mi. 88
A Wagon for Sale.
N excellent two horse WAGON for sale cheap
t.for catsh, apply to
O c t . 3 4 t 38.
Flavoring Extr ets,
A L R Evariety-for sale by t
A. LAG. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggstu-.
May-2. . . tft1
I. E embseriber ofrs A
l AN Wide to ivy ,, t
0 nt from -Edite r "H, eo
Eight RHundred kcres2
Iare dea s.. There is o.4rp4+t
uith ten- good'rooms,, t!getwe it i1 aag
ut buildings. ' n
It is well watered, hadn jii'll ubey of fgd
ool,.ind never-failing springs ofthe-purest y
The land is productive aid well.,sdptd.tp
inltivation of Cotton and every kind dorgraia .
The situation is healthy and'i h, id neighb.,.
food, and the tract could be disld.s to me
we or three good desirable settlerf j, .:
Also, the Holmes Tu' ,
ontaining one hundred and sixty acres,aou e
esa situated near Red Blil,.and sdjn ft m
:. Wyett Rolmes and.ottera. Ti
f heloaged to the Estate of WWn. Elmes as
urchased by me at his sale.
The above lands.will be sold on.verj meon4? *
iug terss and if desired, negro pruprty,
rices, will be taken in part Payment. -
I will be pleased to show the lanis
esiring to purchase.
whi rs. '. .
' 6 Asti , ..:
ituated about nine atiles West of Edlield.Geart
louse, on the w:,ters of 'Drkey.snd Jag:(rwha
There is a good welb se sad.. a-he.st
uildings. Alo, a- Grist I .wih-alallataot
ustem. - . , . . .r
It is now otffed atari1 tosaled etipthpitb day
f Noveatbkr;d'aue if bot-pui siAn t tild na
at day to the highest- biddr. A.n informatiom
ranted can be had of..0apt A.i'.UeH p. he
ubscriber. - . .' J., .: ieh
Sept P/' . tf -c---.
Land for Sale.
DESIROUS-of'moving to the .Wpgt, JI cr.-,f
nle my Plantation i;A bbeville Distriot. een
ainine six Hundred amd Iy Acres.
One hundred and fifty eeres ci ajtd i,)nndred of
rhich is fresh and in a high -state it
t balance in woodland, lies vell tWII.l
mb. red. ,..
This Tract of Laid lies iminediately on the Poet
toad, one mile from Mrs. Sarah W' esan'a, .an
djoin:ians%( Messrs. Anthony Harmon. Win.
1 illiams,'afiah ,and'Georke Pattersoin:s others;
nd fur heahh is not surpassed b3 An- 10 In the
istrict. The production of the Lmnd' equal to
my in the neighborhood, as the''present crop: will
h.,w. It is well watered, an eellept-spriug in
ne hundred yards of the hors!, wis t puigsgwasi
trough most of the fields.
There is a comfortable Dwelling~ UOnaewilpUl
Pessary outbuildings on the premiss..
The above named Tract of Land ofers many in
aements.to a man wishing to. settle pn 0etly.
a adlition to its being a ~o iieiglibibi;e
templated Valley Road will rue in abat two
undred yards of the must heavily tlibered pata4
i Tract, where timber wil no doubt be in demaS,
I deem it anneceary to give a mere detaile4ac
>unt, but invite persons wishing to boy tn ive pie
call. A. Mi(1 A .,
Sept 12 tf . - -.
Excellent Land for Sale. .
WILL offer for sile to the highret-. bfdder.. 0
L the first Monday in Novembersext,; (.f. ot pre
oly'- disposed of at private -sah-.)..t. lg. GLeld
. , my VAlM4BLE~ PLANTATION. eon
ining Four Hatndred auad -Tlirtyu
WO Acres, lying on .both aides of Lk.3d's
reek. about 22 mites from lHnmbuag; This Creek
s aNo~ I .'ILL SE~AT on the-premises. and
1.rds sufficient water to carry'a GrstN1id. The'S
e'about two hundrid aeres cleared-tiniin a'line
atebf cultivation. About 35 ur46 aeits of splen
d low grounnd. 013 the preinises are S domfursa
e Dwelling llonse dith nil necessary cibuitdings.
.h'o. two excellen'Sprinlgle '3
For further'porticulari;afplyt. tlie Subseriber at
amburg, or Thos. Garrettand 5. Briadwater, aid
iigubhepremisis. - '
- SUSAN CARtREI'.
Sept 5 *. 9a.'0
Public Sale. of Land!
ILL be a-old to the highest biddtr on the !Slh
day of October next, nuear Cambridge, it
ec late residence of Mrs. Elirabeth Todd, dee'd.,
The Tract of Larnd
donging to her Estate, containing FOI3R UUhI
RIm and TWENTY-SEVEN ACRE. ub..pt
ne hundred and seventy-live of which is in woods ;
e balance- being under fence, aind in a guod state
cultivation. On the preiies there is at
Comfortable Two Story Dwelling,
ith Six Rooms, eacht having a fire-place-a new
iif Hoause, and all ncedesgry out-buildings. Thie
rnet is watered bysevernl excellent ziprings, and
is a plnce oa'whioiEne beah'hunoyed.,..
Thue Land is well adapted to the culture of Cot
n-, Corni Wheat and Oats. . ...'
03- .Any pecrson wishaing to buy Land in this
.tion o~f country will do well to examine this Tnt
efore the-day of -sule.
TheLand.will be'bold on a credit of otne and tea
ears. The Purchaser will be required to .give
tes and two approved securies. . ...
.) . McCRACKEN, Es
- P. HI. EDDINS.: -
Splendid Land for Bale
PH E Subscriber e&rs for sale the Traet of Eaud
L upon which lhe now resides, situated itout twe
ds below the Pine Ilouse, and irmedia tilenh
l'ank Road. The Tract contains '-'
Two Hundred Acres1. .
bout eighty of which are cleared and in'* high
ate of cultivation, while the rest 'a hevlps tim.
red. There are on the premises. a ean.let
welling io'use, good Nego H des, A., &e.
Persoins desirou, of purchasing ean .a ly to the
nderigned on the place.. '.- ,.
Jute 27 . . . - 24
'ALUJABLE LANtD TOE- At !
Oll IE Subscriber oflrs for ale the -TINC'l OF
L L AND whereon he now resides, sitataid thaut
tar iles South of Edgefield C. H.', 'cositate og
Near Six Hundred Acres,a.
Vith all necessaarg- improvements. .
Come and wktness the present crop, manfal will
e convinced as regrards thdi- fine quality ef the 1and,
ud it. adaptation to the cultivaihma of-c ehunt etag
nd smsll grain. I u~l be pleased lv abue' the
and to any one desiring to purchase. -
- L 8. JOU p4S01.
Spt 5 tt - 34
Land for SaleZ
B)Y eensent Multe parthq Intare'4 U wi pre
e~eed tousell atiEdg . CII., o~d~ m
lovebr next, the TRAC OP LA h
isaa Hell, dee'd., lived at t time of ~eah on
'srkey Creek, containing
ne Hundred adSzW.ine'
ise. or less, bosn4d b. -
er. I). D. Birunson and oters.
Tiws.-On a credituntil theist day
856. Purchaers giving note' with ampltebh.
33 The Lands will be shoswir Lvy appliealn'
te Subseriber, and will certainly be soj -
rchaed privately before the above time.
-J A MES. M. B 3
,OR Horn's Creek Academy.- The nlient
ma't be well versed in the Mtoden atd. uen
anguages. None need apply unles. th, y -carn e
rll recommended. - WASHI. WISE,.
Oct 2 if 38 Trustees.
SH 'Ntsand A ccounts due the firm of
Brindy & Rseman, Ham erg a4 with
Ir. R. Jasper Delph, fot ollection Penent due
te said firm will do well to call and seule, atleiger
adulgence cannot be expected.
JOEL CURIRY 4uighne.
Oct. 3, 7t -
ALL Persona having any .e'nas -against the
~. Estate of Simeon Matthew ~ t'.,. -phae
resent themi properly attesedall~ ie in,
ebted to the Estate must make pron tsyzmentma
e distributees -are inaida have the matter et.
ed. 'SIMPSON blATTHEWS8 AdS'r
Ma.,- o . - a '.