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HjAS e-eeive -furtther surplies of New and,
. Cl 'shinbleoodI whiel. wre' lurehkaed it
REDUCED PRICES, -and will be suld very low
PWu Pd Satin. Stripe Merino, at 25 ctpr yard .
Clak and-Tulmas of all decriptionpf*uO $3,50
A lot of Jaconet Edging -and-Inserti ng at 181
.p.er yard, very cheap;. -
A large assortment of Jaconet and Swiss Bands,
-x :Collars and Sleeves, very low.
Woolen Shawlisof all kinds; . .
Flain and Plaid .Freneh Merenos of the latest
' styles -"
Fine Frene'h Pattern Detains at 25 eta pr yard ;
Plain and .igurid each Flannels for Baskes
New patterns 'f Ginghams and Calico's and a
greatveirsety of other Goods suitable for family aid
plantStia ua . .
Sg .l would respectfully invite the people of
Edgefeld to give him a call, for they will be certain
to get good. Goods at low prices.
Augusta. Oct 29, 2t 42
DAWSON & SKINNER,
A RE Now receiving a large and CAREFULLY
seleoted Stock of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES..
Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Molasses,
- Provisionaof all kinds, Four, Butter,
Lard, Cheese, Smoked and Pickled Beef,
-gickled Pork, Beef Tongues, Potatoes, Oiens,
Pickles, Preserves, Ilermetically Sealed
Goods-Lobster; Samnt, Oysters,- -
Raisins, Figs, Lemons and Nuts
in great-variety. .
Liquors and Wines of all Kinds.
IMPORTED SEGARS, &c.
J A MES C. DAWSON,
LUCIUS C. SKINNER,
Augustarget 30, - 2m 42
Female C olle gi ate Institute,
-THIS Inst' tion will.be open for the reception of
. Pupils or the first Monday in January next,
aitd close the -last day in September, making one
. long Term of Nine Months. The. Faculty will
- -Mr.-F. A. CONNOR, Pmasrowr.
EcY. T. B. WANNAMAKER, AsisTAT Pior.-..
Ma. B. L.S ER, Paorrssoa or M1s1c aND MoD
- s ax IaANGr'ars.
Miss MARY B. SN E A D, IssTrucraass IKPAI' r
ano, E.usozoiirnv, &C.
:The Boased of. Trustees have secured the servioes
of a Faculty composed of worthy blaster - Masons,
eminent for parity of character, and 'high literary
attainments, whose every effort will be to educate
young ladies. so as to adorn any sphere in life.
Our new Masonic building will be completed by
the opening of the Term, and the Board intend
furaishing it with every appurtenance necessary to
the acquisition of an education of the highest order.
As they have determined that this Institution shall
be second to none, so they confidently expect the
encouragement and patronage of . an .enlightened
public. - -
For any information necessary, we refer to our
Circular, er to any member of the Committee, or
'resident of the Faculty.
.. K. VANCE,
B.Z. [1IERNDON, Committee.
F. F. GARY. .
Cu&e.hry. Oct 20, St 41
Rail Road Meeting,
r RE Aanual Conventien of Stockkolders of the
SaankRiver Valley Rnif Road Company,
wilr"be hold at A nderson C. H., on WYedsesday
the 14th day of Novemnber st, at ten o'clock, A.
M. A full representation of Stock, either in person
er6y proxy,.is earnestly desired.
By order of the President.
WM. A. GILES, See-ry & Treas.
Oct 15. 4t 40
- Medical Notice,
RS. REA DY & KENNERLY will practie
,kAFledicine togethee on the Ridge and neigh
*3 drn ticinity. O*flic atIbr. Ready's.
'TUTT & PELLETIER,
DRg! MolDI~OKE., PAIN'TS,
. llS DYE STUFFS, VARINISNES,
Brusihe, WioW Glass; Perfumery,
SPICES, &c., &c ,
-J AVE received a well selected Stock of Goods
-L iis their line, for tho Fall and Winter Trade,
to which they respectfully solicit attention.
IJ7 AlL orders by letter .or otherwise fied and
putup in the neatest manner.
. H mburgOet 8, 1854. - 4 Z9
R.SUL~IVAlI, has just receiveda
- 'slarge-and very handsome assortment of fine
CLOAKS and TA LMAS, at unusually low prices.
Oct 24 '.. -i. f 41
T3 HE Stoekholders in the Edgefield Odd Ferl
Rlows & Mlasonic Building Assnciation are in
formed that a esll meeting of the Association wvill
- -be held in the Odd Fellows Hall, at Edgefield C.
. IL, on the first Monday eight (4th) of November
.Gentlemen, you are not only requested but urged
to attend this meeting. There will be a revelation
~of (acts me at that meeting which will, I have no
douabt, startle you; and what is more, you are,
eaeh and every one, specially interested in them.
ft is'therefore highly important that every Stock
holder should attend-his interest prompts it.
-sick you cannot leave them, by all means send a
-.-epresentative-a proxy-with full power to act for
- ' ne. If you send a proxy besre to give him writ.
-' tsauthority to sot for you, or he will not be ad-.
snitted. A word to-the wise is sufficient.
- - -A. G. TEAGUEB, Pres't.
Oet 10 4t 39
- EDGEF1E~LD DISTICT.
- - - IN EQUITY.
Sampson Jennings and others, Bill for Part's.
-Martka Iennings and others. }
DY Virtuo of an enct of the Court of Equity.
A)I will proceed to sell at Edge~field C. Hi., om
$ale-day in December text, the followIng real es
tate of -Jesse Jennings, Sr.,'dec'd., viz:
The Puney Woods Tract adjoining la'ad. of We.
icy Corley, William Uardy and others, and. con
'j~s ene hundred and fifty acres, more or less.
ievus or SAr.E.-On a credit of twelve months
.wth interest from day of sale, (except as to so much
as will be necessary .to pay the costs of this suit,
whichmust be paid .in cash.) Thme purchase money
to ho secured by bond with good and suficeient se
curities. A. SIMKINS, c. L. a. n.
Oct 24 6t 41
Broughlt to the Jail,
OFV thie District, a negro man who says his name
is JESSE, and that he belongs to Wesley
gouser, living near Louisville, S. C. Said Jesse,
has qmeite an intelligent countenance, when spoken
to geglies promptly and politely, and appears to be
a very smart and atige fellow. He is five feet seven
or eight inches high, d'ark complected, between 30
and,40 years of age,and weighs.about.170 pounds.
The own:.r is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges and take hims away, other
.wise he will be dealt with as the law directs.
. W. W. GOODMAN, s.. a.
Oct 24 . f 4
T'R Horn's Creek Academy.siihe applicant,
Fmust be well versed in the Modern and Ancient
Languages. None need apply unless they can cornie
grell resommended. .. WASH:, WISE,
Get 2JOHN FAIR.
Oct 2 if .38 . Trustee',
A LL~ Persons having any demands against the
Estate of Simeon Matthews, deo'd., will please
present thenm properly attested, and all those in
debted to the Estate must make prompt payment as
the distributees qe anxios to have the matter set
tied. $S.IN .-A7TrgFES, 4~dm'r.
- 7ay2i 19
M A WMfg-T H A Ir
su-;-? + -
DRY GOODS STORE,
.BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
$40,000 WORTH IN
Of Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
The Largest and Best assorted Stock of
EVER OFFERED-IN AUGUSTA !
O N and after Monday, the 8th inst. the Undsr .
signed, (with a view to makea change in the
Firm,and reduce his present heavy Stock of Goods,),
commenced selling, without-reserve, at Wholesale L
or Retail, the ENTIRE STOCK, and to savenomn- ,l
missions, he sells LOWER than the Goods would f,,
bring AT AUCTION. tin
Merchants, Planters, Dealers, and the publi pr
generally, will study their own interest by examin- an
ing this Stock before buying elsewhere. And to tai
save time and trouble, he would say, the terms will lie
be Cash for sums under One Hundred Dollars; for ali
amounts over, approved city endorsements, with in- an
terest from date of sale. n
g* P. S.-The Ladies are respectfully invited cl
to call and see the Silks, Merinos, Cashmeres, Wool gr
Plaids, Alpacas, Cobor Lloths. Bombnxines, &c. w'
Above the Globe Hotel Corner. co
Augusta, Oct 15, 5t 40 "fl
AUGUSTA HOTEL, It
AuGustA, GA. -
H AVING released the " Augusta" F
for another term, I take pleasure in el
announeing to the travelling public of
and citizens of Augusta, that it shall be the constant ol
desire of myself and my assistants to make the
Ilotel, in every respect, one of the first in the South. an
It will be painted and re-furnished thoroughly-iu ty
a few days, when the guest will have an opportuni- us
ty of -viewing the largest, best appointed, as well as
the most convenient Hotel in the State. re
The Proprietor and his Lady, the (late Mrs. E. fri
C. West,).ever mindful of the vast patronage al- oh
-esdy enjoygl by the Hotel, respectfully solicits a- ye
contituane of it, and pledges their every effirt to in)
make the guest happy, and the Hotel a favorite with
the travelling community. W<
W. P. STARR, Proprietor. un
Augusta, August 13, . m 31 cic
.B0Th AND U9E3, h
orrosITa NAsONIC HALL, si
-ROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA. te
C ZaAR K 31 eft R OT A Z.a be
Are receiving their full sttock of th<
BO0TS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
. CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Our Stock will comprise all the most fashionable ar- tc
tieles, and those thatean be recommended for dura- w
bility. Also, a large and superior lot of
Negro Brogans, .
Men's Rip BROGANS and. Women's Leather so
We feel confident that we. can show one of the U
BEST ASSORTED Stock of Goods that has ever
been in our City, and request our customers and
friends to give-us a call before purchasing.
Aug 29 3m 33
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY! h
EDGEFIELD C. II., S. C.
T H1E Subscribers
..continue to build -
to order, and of the
BEST MA TERIA L that can be procured, R
- Carriages, Buggies, &c.,
Or Ev.Rv S-rvLz AND Descaurrioa. They alsokeep pri
costantly na hand a fine and varied assortment of wa
New amad Seconad.hfand Carriag es
gg"'REPA IRlNG neatly and promptly attend- on
Thankful for past patronage, thecy hope by giingta
lue'attention to their business and the interests of
heir customers, toeputinue to receive a liberal share
f j.ublic favor. C. McGRIEGOR,
F. L. SMITH. -
SMar 28 tf 11
NEW CARPET STORE!
JA MES8G. BA IL IE, on
(LATE or TtIB FiRM or SAiLIE & LAaDErT.)
3 R E OTMP O RTE OFALZ. KINDS .OF
UGS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, &c, kc,
L IN EN G OO DS, o
Crtain iMaterials and Trimmnings,
&c.;.&c., &c. col
234 KING TrBEET, CHALEmIO, S. C.
gg" P. 5.-Orders promptly attended to. . Ct
AugS m* 30
F ISK'S tw
Patent Metalic Burial Cases! Pu
T IIE Subscriber has always on harid, at his Fur
'1 niture Establishrment, a large assortment of
thehe 'valuable air-tight and indestructable Cases, pri
for preserving the Dead for ordinary interment, for d
aults, for transportation, or for any other desirable
I have also on hand, an article of a diff'erent form
and finish from those heretofore furnished, for the
purpose of meeting more fully the taste and desire
of those who are not altogether pleased with the
shape and appearance of the former style. TheyN
are composed of the some IMPER ISH ABLE MA- N
rERIAI.LS, while the exterior shape and finish is in
resemblance of the most beautiful and highly POL- Ta
iSIIED ROSE WOOD. Oi 0
} The assortment comprizing ALL SIZES, from an mc
infant up to the largest size person, all of which will Re
be sold on reasonable terms. J. M. WITT.
Sept 26 tf . 37 18
No t ice T his s,
ALUABLE LAND FOR SALE!I
T HIE Subscriber ofi'ers for-sale the TRACT OF
.L AND whereon he now resides, situated about -
or miles South of Edgefield C. H., containing
- Near Six Hundred Acres,
With alnecessary improvements. . an
Come and witness the present crop, an.all willI
be convinced as regards the fine quality of the land,
and its adaptation to the cultivation of cotton, cornaL
and small grain. I will bei pleased to show the
land to ay one desiring to purchase.
L. S. JOHNSON. -i
Sept 5 tf 34 ed
STATE OF SOUTH CARQLINA, C.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, C*
- IN CH ANCE RY.
- Cornelia S- Cox, -- . i
us. - . an
Nathaniel Cox and others, by Bilfoer Partition Pe
their Guardian, ad litem,
-Arthur Simkins. J
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of Equity in
this ease, I will prooeed to sell on the premi
se, on Wednesday the 7th day of November next,
the following real estate of Henry Cox, dee'd., (aferH
the Dwelling House. out -buildings, together withH
forty acres aores of land of the tract described in M2
the'Bill, adjoining the Dwelling House, -have been EK
cut oft' and assigned to the widow Cornelia S. Cox,) th
vi: Three several parcels or Tracts of Land situa- th
ted in: Edgefield District, -to wit: One Tract con
taining two hundred and ninety-four and a hale A
ares. Another Tract containing- thirty-nine and
one quater acres-Also, another Tract containing
eight-five and three-fourth acre.
Teland to be sold on a credit of twelve months -
from the day of sale, except as -td inuoh thereof as
will he sufficient to pay costa of the suit, whih
must be paid in cash. The purehase money'ob
secured by bonds with at lest two good good per- th
sonal sureties. - - A. SIMIfNS,o. a. a.u.
Oct 15, 4t 40
Linen Sheetings, Ao
J'UST recived by the Subscriber, from New d
tTark, ap additional anpply of superior 12-4 hi
LINEN &HEE TING%, which ho will sell at 0
very low prices.
An assortment of .new style FALL PRINTS, to
all of which he respectfully invite. the attention of1
the public. WILLIAM SHEAR. J
-Augus.ta, Oct 2 tf 38
_ ROS '11S F -
IH SOfUfN UMW'GH' 9
A RELIGIOUS *JOURNAL,
E. L. WHATLEY.
DEPENDENT IN EVEaYTHING-NEUTRAL IN N1
INO, AND SET POE THE DEFENCE OF VHATEYEI
WILL STAND THE TEST OF REAsoN, SCIENCE
AND TE HOLY ScawruaEs.
Prove all things, hold fast that which is geo
Terms, $2,00 per annum, in advance.
W. F. DURISOR,& SON, PUBLISHERS
EDGEFIELD C. t., S. C.
I UCH is the name and style of a Monthly Pe
} odical, the publication of which we purpose,I
Ord willing, to commence on the first Monday
nuatry next. The main design of this Journal
the discussion of all subjects pertaining to Chr
afiith and practice. Additional to t'his, we sh
event such articles of a literary character, origit
d seleoted, as will have a tendency to refine t
to and elevate the sentiment of the reading pi
Politics also, considered as a science, and
ecting the- principles of Law and Governmel
d more especially the mighty. movements of t
tions, as they work out the designs of God,. a
im due and proper attention. But Polities i
ided-to the squabbles of demagogues and factio1
Il be utterly eschewed and repudiated.
As respects matters purely religious, we shall,
arse, advocate the principles of the Baptist Cot
unity, as derived from the Scriptures, and repo
h from standard and other respectable works, t
les pertaining to our own Literature; but o
lumas will be
Open to all of Every Name,
or the defence and advocacy of their principi
liming only the right to judge of the suitablem
all articles for insertion, and to make such cri
m on them as may be deemed expedient.
In this undertaking we have the satisfaction
nouneing that several gentlemea of eminent abi
and attainments have kindly engaged to rend
The Journal will' contain FORTY PAGES
ding matter, aid such advertisements as o
ends may favor us with, not inconsistent with t
aracter of the work,-making at. the end of -t
ar a neat volume of 480 pages, suitable for bin
in book form.
With regard to the mechanical execution of t
irk, we:deem the announcement, that this will
der the direction of the Messrs. Duausos, a suo
nt guaranty for its faithful and tasteful perform
e-and without further words, encouraged
expressions of good will and promises of su
ntial aid from many friends, we throw the mt
l)efore the people with an assurance of eve
ct to render satisfaction for the support that m
extended to us, and respectfully ask them to l
e" LIGhT" shine.
o Our terms of subscription are Two DOLL..
r year, in advance, on receipt of the first nu
r. Ministers of the Gospel, of every denomit
n, who may-be unable to comply with the tern
II be supplied with one copy each, on applicatic
I A list for the signatures of all who wish
courage the work, may be found at the Post Ofi<
d also at the " Advertiser" Office.
M- All letters or communications addressed
idersigned will receive prompt attention.
E. L. WHATLEY,
Editor and Proprietor.
Edgefield, S. C., Oct. l.th, 1855.
W Editors and Publishers friendly to the ente
se will confer a favor by giving the above two
House for Sale.
. TILE Subscriber offers for sale his
UL HOUSE and LOT in the Village of
getield. It contains between fifteen and twen
m, nearly all of which have been recentlyr
eredI and re-painted. It is well adatpted for
vtei Boarding House, and such an house is mui
ted at present in the Vi'age.
It is conveniently situated to the differcnt Schoc
Academies, and a good opportunity is ni
:red to any oine who wishes to move here to ed
c their children and at the same time take
C2" For terms, &c., app'y to thec Subscriber.
EO. A. ADDISON.
)t10 6t 39
Land for Sale.
'HE subscriber offers for Sale the TR ACT C
L'eND where he now lives, situated abo
mie trom Edgenietd 0.1H., conitanug andi
Eight Hundred Acres,
ire or less. There is on this desirable plantatic
Two Story Dwelling House,
h ten good rooms, together. with all nicessa;
It is well watered, having a large number of god
l, and never-failing springs of the purest watt
h land is 'productive and well adapted to ti
ivation of Cotton and every kind of grain.
fhe situation is healthy and in a good neighbo
d, and the tract could be divided so as to mal
or three good desirable settlements.
Also, time H~olmaes Tract,
training one hundred and sixty acres, more
,situated near Red 11i1l, and adjoining lands
I. Wytt Holmues and others. This tract forme
telonged to the Estate of Win. Holmes and ws
chased by me at his sale.
Fie above lands will be sold on very accommod
terms ; and if desired, ttegro propserty, at fi
aes, will be taken in part payment.
[will be pleased to show the lands to any perso1
iring to purchase. .cis .
August 23 tf 32.
Land for Sale !
Y consent of the parties interested, I will pm
Seed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on Saleday
vember next, the TR ACT OF LAND on whti<
Bell, dee'd., lived at the time of his death<
rky Creek, containing
to Hundred and Sixty-Nine Acre
r or less, bounded .by Lands of Dr. R. T. Mirr
v. D. D. Brunsoa and others.
rEae.-On a credit uft~il the 1st day of Octob
6. Purchasers giving notes with ample seouril
g The Lands will be shown by application
Subscriber, and will certainly be sold, unki
rehased privately before the above time.
JAMES. 1M. BELL.
ept 5 . f 34
State of' South Carolina,
Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esq., Ordinary of Edge6S
Whereas, H. C. Turner has applied, to me:
tters of Administration, on all and singular
ds and chattles, rights and creditsof Win. O. Los
a of the District s~oresaid, deceased.
hese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all a
gular, the kindred and creditors of the said dee
to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinar
art for the said District, to be holdenat EdgeS:
H., on the 5th day of November next, to shb
use, if any, why thesaid adinistration should not
hiven under my hand and seal, this 15th day of C
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundi
i fifty-fie, and in the 80th year of American In
m. H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D
et 17 2t4
NHE Undersigned will prooded to sell at pul:
, outery-to the highest bidder, at Edgefield
, on the first Monday in December next, Jan
oseley's whole interest in the Real and Peruo
tate of his father John Moseley, dee'd., and a
B entire internst of the said James Moseley, inc
s will of his father the said John Moseley, dec
Sale to take place betwpea the hours of 10 o'ck
M. and 2 o'clock, P. M.
- Assignee of Jas. A. Moseley,
Oct 24 2t 41
- Removal No. 2.
D . OWERS9, Agent, begs leave
linform his friends and the publio genera
athe has again moved his
Large Stock of Groceries,
nd will unpy for rte ensuing year the St<
'nally teneted by M. A. RAisost, next dooc
StarY & SoN, where he will keep constantly
md, every article that appertains to the Fan
Hamburg, Oct 9,A 31
LACK, Blue, Indellie, for
3m ab'yA r~ sT ..T A Druggists
. State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIh -DIStR10Tt -~
Ann Grifl '; Billfor Acc Sette
Stanmore B. Griffin .m'and gen'l Relief.
Y Virtue of an order of the Court of Equity in -
this ease, I will proceed to sell at. Edgetield h
Court House, on the first Monday in December next le
n- that well known Real Estate of the late N. L. C
Griffin, known as the Darby Lands. It will be d
offered in two parcelsas follows: -
First, The Home Tact, containing one thousand w
n." acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of .: R." at
Blalock, Samuel Marb; Amon Lindsay, Benjamin fo
Hatcher and others' e
Second, The Mill Tract containing six hundred
acres, more or less;- and ajoinin the former Tract al
as also lands of Alfred.l uges, S.S. Boyce, L. S. fu
Johnson, Amon Lindsay and others.- of
Upon the first orthese Tracts thcre.-s one of
in the most beautiful residepees in.the District,. dna
- high and commanding position, and in .a perfect n
. healthy locality.: It is'gust four miles below Edge
all field C. 11., and i mediately .oh the Plank .Road
sal leading to Iambu .' The Traet by whieh it is u1
he surrounded embraces a considerabfe amount of a
ib fresh land and is altogether in good: conditien for
farming purposes, Hee is the best Chance we know
as of for any one dlitfious of purchasing a comfortable
,ill The mill tract has also a good house upon it, and
other necessary fixtures. ,
Purchasers should watch this sale. -
s Teaus.-One and two years credit, except cost,
of to be paid cash. Purchasers to givd bond with ade- J
n quate sureties to secure the purchase-money. tri
A. SIMKINS, c. B. E.' D. hr
r- Oct. f6tl1b 1855. 7t. - - 40 8l
r State of South Carolina, J,
BDGEFIELD DISTRICT. iii
, William Bird and - T
' .Timmerman, - Bill for partition
ti- ** ofland.
Sarah Timmermanud - 'a -
o Fanny Timmerman. -1
li- B Y virtue of a decretal order to inc directed, I
er will expose to sale at public outcry, at Edgefield
Court House, on sale day in November- next, the
of real estate of W. M. Timmerman, deceased, 'as de
ur scribed in the progyedings in this case, to-wit:
he One tract of-1"ud containing three hundred and
he seventy-four acres, more or less, situate in the die
d- triot and State aforesaid, and bounded by lands of co
John J3urns, Charles M. Thomas, Lemuel Corley,
he and others.
be About two hundred'acres of this tract is in a fine Si
g. state of cultivation, forty%f which is fresh land,just
n- cleared; the remaind~ onsists of about one hundred N
b and thirty acres of woodland, while the balance
is very fine old field land. On the premises are a d.
t. good dwe!ling house' d tll other. necessary out- tip
r buildings. This landis very. productive, and well *
my adapted to the cultiv'tioi of cotton and all kinds of ''
let grain. In fact it is r pesnted as a alable tract
of land. .t
TRams or SALE--Oi a. dredit of one and two St
years, except the costsof this proceeding, which are
to be paid in cash, thepurehaser entering.into bond Ji
a- with adequate surety secure the purchase money. ry
Title to be executed soon as these terms are com
n. plied with. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D. PC
to Oct. 9, 1855. 4te 40 T1
to STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, he
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, , m
. IN EQUITY. or
Nancy Sarah Quarles, by her
prochiin ami,.Geo. Boswell, 7
rs. Bill for Par.
r Samuel W. Gardner,t
Mary Ann Quarles and others.
- Y virtue of an Order from Chancellor Ward
B law hi this cause, I will proceed to sell at the _
plantation cf the late Sta ling Quarles, on Thursday
the 13th day of Deceber next, the following Real
i. and Personal Estate,~of-.which the said Quarlca died,r
ty seized and possessed, to wit:
e- One Tract or parcel of Land situated in the Dis- va
a trict and State aforesaid, on waters of Stevenq'
sCreek and Savannai 'River, and containing four C,
hundred acres, more or less,- adjoining lands of
laJohn P. Maya, Samuel W. Gardner, Mrs. Margaret br,
'Lanhan and lands of the EstatofAllen Anderson, ~
- dee'd., and others. This Tract will be sold in two
In parcels, the one to.conutain three hundred and twen- A
ty-two aeres, more or. less, and designated the B
" Morris Tract,"- ther to contain two hunidred
and thirty-seven acei-e or less, and -known ast
-the " Nedwood Trai"7 Also, d
A Likely Lot of Niegroes,S
F Numbering about tweuly. Also, a Stock of Mules, L
ut Cattle, Ho.:s Sheep, lioysehold and Kitchen Fur- tc
niture, Plantation Toobi, imperents of busbandr5.
and any supply of provisionethat may be on hand. 7
This property will be sold on a credit of twelve .1
n months, except as to all sums under ten dollars, and ,
as to so much thereof as will be sufficient to defray til
the costs of this suit, which must be paid in cash. gi
yThe purchase money to be secured by -bonds with
Sample sureties. A. SI&IKINS, C. E. E. D. -
d OctI15, . 9: 40
r. Notice. '
HTIE Subscriber wifl also sell at the same timeC
r- .Land place, a negro man Rial, a ncgro womnan
ec Mime. and her child, the property of. Mary A. a
Quarles, dee'd. S. W. GARDNER, Adm'or.
Oct 15 9t 40
orSTATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA, B
of EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN EQUITY. 1
0. W. Allen and others, * t
a- sBilfor Pari'n.b
ir Hannah Allen and others..
B Y Vitue f anOrder from Chancellor Ward- a
as law,'i al proceed to sell at Edg-:ield Court g
House on the first Monday in November next, at of
public outcry, the following Tracts of Land, to it:
_ Tract~o 1, or " Howell Tract," containing four la,
hundred acres, more or less, lying between the or
Homestead Tract and lands belonging to Dr. 0. W. di
* Allen. Said Tract embraces both the Turkey Creek
in and Lott roads within its bondaries--a portion of
sh which is in woods of oak and hIckory growth.
2 Tract No 2, or the "IHolllngsworth Tract," con- tal
tainingfiv e hundred and fourteen acres, more or In1
t less, lying between th'e Homestead Truct and the th
I, Stevens' Creek lands. This Tract embraces a ne
large portion of splendid woodland, well timl.ered er
er and watered.
' Tract No 3, ctr the "McCrary Tract," containing _
to five hundred epi fourteen acres, said land is on-,
" and between Stevens' and Lairdrum's Creek, and
adjoins the preceedintg Tract, the Mill Tract, Geo. r
J. Strother and others. This will makse one of the j
..- nest farming Tracts in the Distriet, as most of itg
ie still in woods of the finest oak and hicko~ry ,
growth, with springs of everlasting water upon it'.e
Tract No. 4, or the " Mill Tract," containing.
Id four hundred and sixteen acres, adjoining the above
Tract, J. S. Smyley and others-and has upon it a o
for good grist adSa Mill, Dwelling Ho use, Negro*
he Ilouses, Stables, &c., and an unusually fine bearing t
W Orchard, and four or five never failing Springs of e
dpure water. Between 100 and 200 acres under .t
n . fence, and in good condition for ihrming purposes.
y' Stevens' Creek passes through the entire length-of
ld this Tract for upwa~rds of one mile-thus making g
w water abundant, whilst, the bottom lands upon it are.
be considerable and ineshaatible in fertility. O
et. The rerpaining portion of the lan'ds belonging to .
dthe Estate will be sold after the Commissioners tu
Is. have examined and appraised it.- . t
TEauss or sALE.--Cos~ts to be paid In cash. 'The ~
balance of the purchase money on a oredit of one
- and two years from the day of sale. Purchaacrs
will be required to give bonds with approved sure
ties, to secure the puirehase money. te
lio - -A. SIMKINS, o.z. E. n. W
C. Oct 15 4te 40 sI
m STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, b
ls*~ EDGEFJELD DISTRICT,
ier iN EQWITY.
'd. M. L. Martin, Executor of
Ok Robt. Martin, dee'd.,
,s. Bill for AccI.
John Marsh, J- a
M. Hankinsoni and others. . .. o
- Y virtue of an order from. Chancellor Job c
LPJohnston in this ea,. I will sell at Edgefield d
C. H., on the first Monday in next month (Noverm
to ber) the following
ly - Negro Property,, . ,
included in the dee$ of marriage settlement'be- j
tween John Marsh and wife, via:C
are Abram and his wife Bash, Isaac and his wife
to Milly, Moses, Eliss and her children Isaac, Rebee- a<
on ea, Henry, Joe and Leanah.
ily Tgavs.-Credit of twelve months from day of
sale. Purchasers to give Bonds 'with approved
sureties to secure the purohase money. - ]
- On the Thursday saceeding I will sell on the .J
pemises the remaining personalty $ncluded in the F
ale oresaid marriage settlement on the saine terms as I
above. -;A- SIMKINS, o.;W. E. Di. i
Oct15,a1855. 4te 40
R. D. BRYAN.
WESLEY BODIE. -
- EDMUND PENN.
H. T. wIuGHr,
W. F. DURISOE,
. Epr 8heristd
- WM. QUATTLEBtJM
ror Tax Oollecto -
A.. R. ABLE,.
-WESLEY. W ERTZ.
M. B. WHITTLE
THOMAS B. REESE,
C. n. WRIGHT DENTIST -
0 FFICE over Messrs. CARE.: csAL
J& BsAI's IlardwareStore,Broad
street, Augustaas . -
All operations pertaining to Dentistry will be at
tended tdiwith promptness, and to'the entire antis
Ietion of all who may favor him with their patronage.
gW Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
&c., furnisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augusta, May 1 ly 16
DR. U. PARKER, respectfully informs
the citizens of EdgefieIa District, that hemay
be found. during sale, day week-at the Planter's Ho
tel, Edgefield.C. H., and at his residence on the
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of -the
Village, on every Friday and..Saturday following.
specimens of his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles,. can be seen at -his Office.
is address, when in the. copotry, as heretofore,
sleepy Creek, P. Q.
Dec 27 tf - 50
ITH a view of closing out my Stock of Goods,
VYI will after this date-sell the entire Stock at
New York Cost for Cash.
o the Ladies, -I would say I' have many desirable
ui1ssa eos3 s
'aeh as Black and Colored SILKS, BAREGES
TISSUES, CAS tMIERES, DzLAINES,
.S110ES, HOSIERY, &c.
W All Persons indebted to. me are earnestly
requested to make payment.
W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. II., .ept 26 tf 37
W ILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has just
received from New York, a supply of NEW
EMBROIDERIES, among which are-.
Ladies' Muslin COLLARS, of beautiful styles;
Ladies' Muslin UNDERSLEEVES, Worked
French Scolloped COLLARS, a new and beau
tiful article for mourning;
White Crape COLLARS, for mourning, of new
and beautiful styles;
To all of which the attention of the Ladies is
A ugusta, Oct 2 if 39
Valuable Plantation for Sale!
['lIE Subscriber being desirous of changing his
location, offers for sale on very moderate
|cletand Handsome Plantation,
n West Creek, in 'Edgefield District, adjoining
lnds ol Abi-am Jones, Dr. M. Folk, Mrs. Julia
Norris, Mlitchel) and others. Said Traet contains
sven hundred acres of the' best oak and hickory
nd, and ir one of the bes't and healthiest planta
ins in the District.
There are upon the premises a good one Story
welling, Kitchen, Negro houses, Barns, Sta.
les, &c. A Well in the yard of the purest spark
lag cold water, and good Springs convenient to
A bout h~alf or a little more of the above place is
woods, one hundred acres fresh cleared, and the
mainder under fence and in good condition.
gg Terms to suit the, purchaser.
Persons wishin'g to buy land would do well to
v me a call. A ddress
JOHN P. BATES.
Lesvile, Lexington, S. C. Oct 17 3m 40
gg Lexington Telegraph please copy three times
nd forward account to the above addresu.
Land for Bale.
3ESIRLOUS of moving to the West, I offer for
J sale my Plantation in A bbeville District, eon
tinin! siillundred and Fifty Acres,
One hundred and fifty acres cleared, one hundred of
whie is fresh and in a h~igh state of cultivation
he balance in woodland, lies well and is heavily
m i ired.
This Tractof Land lies immsediately on the Post
Road, one mile from Mrs. Sarah Wideman's, and
djoins lands of Miessrs. Anthony Hlarmon, Win.
Williams, Josiah and George Patterson and others ;
md for healrh is not surpassed by any place in the
District. The production of the Land Is equal to
say in the neighborhood, as, the present crop will
show. It is well watered, an'excellent spring In
e hundred yards of the house, with runnIng water
hrongh most of the fields.
There is a comfortable Dwelling House with all
scessary outbuildings on the premises.
Tho abo've named Tract of Land offers many in
eeentents to a man wishing to settle permanently.
In addition to its being a good neighborhood,- the
mtosnplated Valley Road will run -in about two
budred yards of the most heavily timbered partof
he Tract where timber will no doubt bie in demand.
Ideem. it necssary to give a snore detailed ac..
mont, but invite persona wisliing to buy to give mo
eall. A. MURPHY.
Sept 12 tf 35.
Excellent Land for Bale,
- JILoffer for sale to the highest bidder, on
,the first Monday in November next, (if not pre
rously disposed of at private sale,) at Edgefield
.T, my VALUABLE PLANTATION, eon
ning Four Ruudred and TIeirty
~o Acres, lying on both aides of -Lloyd's
Creek, about-22 miles from Hamburg. This Creek
aaa so 1 MILL SEAT on the premises, and
sfords sufficient water to carry a Grist Mill. There
re about two hundred acres cleared and in a- fne
sate of cultivation. About 35 ur 40 acres of splen
d low ground. On the premises are a comforta
le Dwelling House with gJil stecessary outbuildings.
Also, two excellent Sp.rnmgs.
For further particulars, apply to thmeSubscriber at
[amburg, or Tlol. Garrett and S. Broadwater, ad
oining the premoisps.
SUSA~N GARREff. .
Sept 5 9t 34
Publie Sale of Land I
,ILL be sold to the high'est bidder on the 25th
-day of Ootober next, near Cambridge, at
te late residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Todd, deeN4.,
The Tract of Land.
blonging to her Estate, coutaining FOUR HUN
DRED and- TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES, aboutI
One hundred and seventy-five of which is in woods;
the balance being under fence, and 'in a gtood state
of cultivation. Ona the premises there is a
Cpmfortable Two Story Dwe~fin,
ith.ix Rooms, eaclh having a fire-place-a new
GinIohe, and all necessary out'-buildings. The
Tract is watered'by several excellent Springs, and
iia aplace on*.hich'6ine health is enjoyed.
The Land is well adapted to the culture of Cot
ton, Corn, Wheat and Qats.
r7 Any person wishing to buy Land in ~this
section of countrywill do well to examine this Tract
before the day of sale..
The Land will .bo sold on a credit of one-and two
yesrs.. The. ?urehaser will be required to give
notes and two approved-securities.
-P. HI. EDDINS. r.
Sept 5 - S t - 34
T HE ETORE HOUSE, next Epat of- R . .Sul
ilivan'%, 30 feet front and 60 deep, containing
three rooms below, one above, and a good collar.
THE TAN YARD and Lot adjoisimngreNd eon-.
taing about three acres. -
ONE LOT on the branoh, adjoining C. L. Refo.
R. T. MIMS.
n.t2 - if 38
C'A R OLINA H 0 T 'L,
IIAhIURG, S. C.
MRS, C. A. GRAY. PROPRIETOR.
IIIE-Public re. respectfully informed that this
L Hotel his undergone a thorough repair, and
:s been refitted iv the BEST STYLE, regard
as of expense, and was opened on the First of
ctuber, for the reception of Boarders and accom
tion. of Transient customers..
'The. best accommodation . is guarautied to those
to will favor the. Proprietor with thejr patronige,
id the Managementwill. be such- as to command
r the Mouse,-tbereputation it-hasalaways~maintaia
I, s the Best Motel in Hamburg,
The Proprietor assures the public that no pains
all be spared oli the liart of the Management to
riish the Table:with the best viands the Market
Augusta and llaniburg afford.
Families 'isiting our Town are solicited to givjas
trial, as our best exertions shall be devoted .toU.
juister.totheir entire comfort.
THE STABLES belonging to the Hotel .will be,
ider the management of an experienced Ostler~
d the best of care will be- taken of Horses anr
chicle: left to his charge.
Hamburg, October 2, if 38'
Of the Tin kManufactury,
EAR Dn. '. T. MIM S' TAN YARD!
"IIE. Subscriber would respectfully inform the
- citizens of Edgefield snd the surrounding Dis
ets, that he has removed to'his residence, where
.has recently. erected a large and commodious
tpp, and is now prepared to carry on the
ALL iTS BRANCIlES, such as tlanufactu
ig Tin.Wure for Merchants, ROOFING,. GUT
.RING, and all manner of JOB WORK.
Always on hand a general assortment of
TIN AND -JAPAN WARE! -
E7 Merehants-supplied at shortest notice and, on
e mostreasonable terms. Orders solicited.
C. L. REFO.
Oct'3 if . 37
EING desirous of making a thange in my bu
siness, I offer- for sale my TRACT of LAND)
Four Rundred Acres,
ated in Edgefield District, near Mount Tabor
turch, and bounded.by. lands of J: A.-Bland, A..
les and others.
here is about one b undred and forty acres ofsilen
i Land just cleared, and in a-high state of cul
ation, most of it being capable of yielding a bale
Cotton per acre. The balance is in woods, and
as well timbeio-l as-any land in the State. -
This Tract is well watered with never failing
eams, good. outlets, and an excellent 'range for
ock. On the premises is a. .
st finished, 50 feet by 30, with all other necessa
I have no hesitation in . daying that a better op
rtunity of buying a Fresh and well improved
act of Land, is seldom if ever offered. There
not one acre of poor land in the tract. It is a very
althy situation, a fine neighborhood, only five
les from the Village, and in a few miles of two
three contemplated Rail Road routes.
Conic all who wish to.buy good land and see for
urselves. If applied for soon I will sell cheap.
No use in going to Florida, Texas or California,
bay land, fur you can make as much, of the
stuff" here as any where else.
J. A. ADDISON.
Sept 23 if 37
Valuable Property fbr Sale. -
r HIE undersigned, intending to move to Georgia
Lin a short time, offers fdr sale the following
luable property in llamburg-titles indisputable.
The DWELLING IHOUSE and LOT on Market,
)rner of Snowden Street, running through to
ereer Street. The Dwelling and Kitehen are of
ik, covercd with tin.. On the Lot is a Carriage
mse, Stable, and all nectssary outbuildings.
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opposite the
nerican Ilotel, on which is a large T WO STORY
ICK BlUILDING, occupied as Two Store and
eling-lot running through to Cobb Street. On
elatter Street is a large beck Store.
The LOT on Corner Mark~et and Leavenworth
reets,runninig through to Mercer Street. On this
t is i new One and a half Story IIOUSE, plas
red and painted. .
lE 17NiDRED SHARES Ihamburg *iu.
ieield Plank Road Stock.
The above property will be sold on aneommoda
ig terms, or exchangid for land in Southern Geor
. or negroes. HI. A. KENRICK.
laburg, Oct 1 tf 38
Sale of Real Estate.
'I11E Subscriber will sell at public rsale, on the
. frst Monday in November next, at Edgefield
I., the Tract'of Lund on whieb, she now resides.
milesfrom.Edgefleld Village, -in the .fork of Big
Little Turkey Creeks, containing.
our.Hlundred and .Forty Acr~s,
ad adjoining landls of Avory Bland, Johnson
land, Dr. W. S. Mobley and others.
A bout Two hundred acres of tihe Tract are forest,
remainder cleared and under good fences. On.
a premises are a good Dwelling-house, Gin House,'
rew, Negro Ihouses and all other suitable out-.
ildings.,,This land is i-emarkably well u'atered
h sprmngs and streams, and there is on the Tract
ut One hundred anid fifty acres of fertile low
unds, of which nearly one half is in a hight state
To prevent any dispute about titles, the above
ad will be sold by consent of partiesinterested,
a credit of orie and two years; with interest from
t, the purchase itoney to tle amply secured.
At the request of Mrs. Mdoseley, I hlave i'o hesi
ion in paying that a good tithe ecan be given to the
a advetised above, by the purchaser depositing
n otes for the purehase money wvith mec as Attor
yof Eli Clark, who is her only large judgment
G. D. TILLMAN,,
et 2 5t 38
Valable'Lanlds for Sale.
HE Subscriber offers for sale the T'RA CT OF
LAND on which he now lives, situated oni
vanah River, seventeen miles sbove Augusta,
.l adapted to that'oultivation of Cotton and Grain,
atii 11716 Acres,
ore or less. Between five and six hundred acres
cleared land, one hundred of which is first quahi
low grounds, and one hundred acres fresh, whilst
e balance of the cjeared land is in a fair state of
Itivation. The place has several fine springs on
On the -premises are all necessary buildings.
Is ss healthy a location, and as moral and intelli
t a peighborhood as can be found in the District.
ne other Tract containing FIVE HUNDRED
D TW ENTY AC RE S, lying near the june.
r of the .Beaverdam ad Turkey Creeks. On
premises are all necessary buildings, with
rl good springs. The place is healthy, located
a fine neighborhood, and well adapted to a small
The above lands will be sold on accoimodating
-ns, ad if desired, iegro property, at tair prices,
ill be taken in payment.' I wilt take- pleasure in
Lowing the lands to any who may wish to purchase,
ay information given by addressing the subsori
mr at Woodlawn, S. C. J. B. HOLMES..
Oct2 . . 8m* 38
Land at Piublic Sale,
1HEUnderaigned, as the Executor of the late
.Wm. Brunsen, dee'd., will offer at publIe
is, to the highest bidder, at Edgefield Court House,
th first Mondayi November next. the TRACT
'F LAN'upon which the said-Wm. Breamo,
ac'd., resided at the time of his death, containing
Four Hundred and fifty Acres,.
[ore or less, situated 7 miles from Edigefield C. J.,
a the Edgefield &s Cheatham Plank Road, ipad ad
iing ads of John Hollingsworth, S. F. Goctde,
harlee Tihomas and othors.
Terms, one and two years dredit with good per
nal security. DANIEL BRUNSON, Ex'or.
Oct 3 . .. . 5 . . 38
S Hereby given that application will be miade to?
L the next Legislature for the Charter fpr a Public
oad. from the Alkeni Road, at or near Posey's
ridge; to intersecti the Ridge Road at or near Mar
A.n. 2m 30
At bin Old Stand, the triclk Store,
H AS Just received his FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS, to whiel he invites his cus
tomers and the public treall andaliefor them
selves, as he las a - -
m-ortnent~o aW k
Aumogu ; vYlthay be fenig4
Rich. Blan;Wersd 4 aler A r!P
SIIKSf. -- , ' ..
Plain and Figured Muslin D BAIN -- -'.
French and Eng1iih MERINOS;
Black BOMBDAZINE, .4$PACCA and CAN
TON Ct;TrM .' A very tie .aso ftmeut
Ladies' Cloaks, Talmas N antias.
a large and beautifulltoldkof
A fell supply of -
TWEEDS, NTCKY- JaANS, SATI
1ATS and CASSIMF4REB,
Fqr Men.and Bod.weir
Aspld e d -ndselelted asso*tn entef "o
Kersey. Blancts'&egr.Sheer .
HARDWARE--AND CROCKERY. _.
. --SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ?C.
With every article generally kept In a Dry Goods
Store. Thankful for past'favors, oipe by istrerat-.
tention tobusiness to merit aeontinuanceof
07 A liberal discount alwpys made for Cash
B. C. BRYA N',
Oat2 - ter . . .
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c,:
D RS.~A. G. & T. J. TEAGUEi ret
fully inform-their friends and patros. thate
they have just received their FRESH Stqk.of, .
Pure and Genuine Drtugs,#...
And will be pleased to wait upon all .wli npy.fair
them with their patronage. . :-? -
Space will .not allow us to give a Catalogue is this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines, &o. Suf
fice it to say, we have the ULLESIaur
MOST COMPLETE -to.k :ee
offered in this place. .
Edgefiela C. H., May 23 tf 9
Galvanic BatterieskNagnet El
JUST received, and for'sale by .
A. G. &-T. J. TEAGU E, Druggists.
1May 23 tf '- 9
Medicine Chests and Travelling Cues,
N hand a few very fine sniiily Medicbne hM&
and Travelling Cases. -For sale by -. 'a . .
A. G..& T. J., TEAGUE, Druigiss.
May 23 - tf N9
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Ncker
M (EDICENiE CASES-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGIF.D gm :
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bagsnd .
.H OSPITAL CUSHIONS-firsale. by -
HL A.QG. & T. J. TEAGUE, Drugois.
May 23 tf lw
A large Lot of Glass Ware
TINCTURE and Specie Stands from one galln
to half pint, nsported ; . .
Vials and Bottles, .all sizes. Also, a few 1iher;
mometers,-for sale by -
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Draggist*..
May23 - -f 19
Brushes, Brushes! -.
TN Store a fine variety of Paint, .Varnih Offbin
Iing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewrash, Crumb,
Dusting. and . Hair . Brnslieg and-. CpasFls
Brushes and Hir Qlove-Nail,Toth and.Shr
Brushes, &E. For salehby -
S- y2 A. G. &. T..J..TEAGV Drugg'
STATE,0F SOUTH CAROINTA,
Calvin Yaugen','Applicant, - . B ~ame
James Vaughn and others, Def'ts. .f'aitila.
BY virtue of an-order from IH. T. WrighEsq.,
I)Ordinary of Edgefield D~istriet..in thieabove
stated ease,.I shall, proceed to selka th.irstMoze
day in November next at .Edgefield C. H.,-the Reat
Estate of A my Vaughn, dec'd., consisting. of. one
Tract of Land containing One Hundred (1(M0) Aces
more or lea., situated In the District aforesaid; and
bnndied by lands of John Mobley an&- Jam.&
Txaase.-A credit of twvelve inonths from nday of
sail. The purchaser will be required- to-give -bond
with ample security to the Ordinary to secqure the
purchase money. Costs to be paiid in cuash.
, LEWIS JONES . .n
Sherifik' oflice, Sept. 24 St S
STATE OF SOUTH~ CA ROLINA
EDG EP1ELD DI-81RIC1'.
Andrew Jordan, ?
Vhteof a writ of Fi. Fa, in theabovsatae6
ted ease, I shall proceed to sell esn..the1gat
Monday in Nove~mber next, at EdIgefield C. HI.,
all the right, title and intrest of tlie Defenda'nt.
Ransom. Jordan, in a certain undividMd TWr@.*
Land, situated in Edefield District, on Bridge
Creevk, waters of South Edisto, containinag -Two
Thpusand eight hundred rcres, regre or less, bund.
ed by lands of A. J.urda.n, Daniel, Soigler, Philip.
Brogden, John Fupllmer, SeabornDay, John el-.
gler and John Blauskett.
Terms Cash. '' 'FrIS JONES, ...11.
OetS, St 392,
STATE OF SOUTH CARLOJNA
. DGEFIEL~D DISTRJCT, ..
-'' si. ' 1riia For.--Auae14
Morgan M. Grubba,
B)Y virtue or an order -frwn, bjs. HogQr Ji.
.5)Withers, in the qbve. stated ~caitg. T sheill
proceed to sell on the first Monday in. Iovemer
next, at Edgefield.Court, House, One Bug
Harness, and one set of ]entists' Tools,'feved
under the said Writ of A ttachment; as the propt.
of the Defendant Morgan M. Geulbs. -
Terms Cash. LEWIS JON~IiS, a. n.
Oct 15 .3. -- 4
T HE EDGE FILDi BOOT AND SH0D
M A N UFA TOR Y
IIE Subscribler moqt respect
Lfully informts his frdendia ta
he is still at the same old Stand',
an4 zakes to order~
-. Boots and Shoes
qF TRE 3ESI MA TEfiAL AND WORKMAN 0K)P
Also, on bpod,.a very fine assortzisent of
Dress, DoggIe Soled Water Proop ad Quille,
Bottom,~ BOO,' S
Adas usupl, a variety of these FINID PUiMP
BOOTS, somuch and so- j~ustly admire.
Al of which, in future, .he-will selL at the Leggs4
es Prices for CASH! and CASH ONJe.
He will strictly adhere to this rule is every insane,
and earnestly trusts that NOONE will expect hinm tco
depart from it. - - WM; MeEVOY.
Sept 25 ' f'C .
ILEIAM SHEAR, AbgustGeetgi,
hY asajuat received from-New Yorks supply
of English PRIN'TS, of ijew and-beaattfal styleu,
liitable for the Falt sesn, Also, 'supersor Merri
inack and other Amerean BRINTS, of the latest
A Wagon fbr Sale,
A N excellent two horse WA(QON for sale cheap
for essh apply to
-Oct. _3 . 4t . 8
Cupping Oases and Searlleatem
A LL kinds. Also, Lancets and a g.s adiety
o~. f Surgical Intr;qpepis formsal.eb
A. G.0. J. ThGU~; Druggiuti.
Shoe'st Shoes, Shof t
JUTpee hi aafn * of smes'
Walking Shoes-also , ,j by