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Tut'Ladies cthe Methodist Congregation will
give an En'rtainment at MASONIC
HALL, on ydnesday euening, 27th August.
Throughout tiovening there will be
Music, ocal and Instrumental,
By a numbeyf accomplished amateurs, who have
kindly consited to assist the Ladies on this occa
sion. The.ttronage of the public is respectfully
I Prig of admission, Fifty cents.
. Aug 20 2t 32
For Brigadier General.
We a' authorized to announce Captain W. W.
PERR'MAN, of Abbevi le, a candidate for the
office c Brigadier General of Cavalry, vocated by
he regnation of General WiLKES.
Idgefield Baptist Association,
Thcnext annual meeting of this Body will be held
witithe Red Oak Grove Church, 16 miles Westof
Edpfeld Court House, on Saturday before the 2nd
Sabath in September, 1856. The Delegates to as
seable at 10 o'clock, A. M., organize the Body,
sad then attend upon the Association Sermon.
The next 5th Sabbath Union Meeting of the 4th
Division of the Edgefield Baptist Association will
be held with the Church at Bethlehem, on Friday
before the 5th Sabbath in August, and day follow
ing. S. P. GETZEN, Mon'x.
Gao. W. NIxoN, Clerk.
A Camp Meeting will be held at Bethlehem
Camp Ground, commencing on Thursday before the
2nd Lord's day in September.
LET THE SICK GIVE HEED.
The stomach is the commissariat of the physical
system. It furnishes the material sustenances of
every organ. If disordered. the whole body lan -
guishes. but however affected, its tone and vigor
may always be restored by a course of these irre
Sold at the manu'actories. No. SO, tiaidon Lane.
New York, and No 244 Strand, London ; and by
all druggists, at 25c., 62e. and l per box.
T IRE Exercises of Mrs. McClinlock's
School will bt r.sumed on Monday the
1st of September. Rates of Tuition, $5, $6 and
$7 per qu:arter. No deduction made except for pro
Aug27 _ _ it 1 33
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
:'r YoVS o :ADzm S
T ILE next Session aill commence on the 22
September and continue five months. For
particulars see Edgefield Advertiser of August 6th,
13th and 20th.
C. A. RAYMOND, Pats.
Aug27 tf 33
S N Extra Communication of Concot din Lodge,
No. 50, A. F. M., will be held on Monday
evening, 1st September. Members will take due
DutCee andl govern themse ves accordingly.
By order of the W. Ml..
Auat27 It 33
V HIE Members of the Edigefiaeld r.y*enm are
..earnestly requested to call ons Mr. llamasey, at
the Pos.t Ofic.e, and pay th, ir iiiation fees
LOUIDON BU:TLER, See'y.
Aug 27 3
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Jesse
Limbeeker, dee'd., are earnestly requested ta.
-make immediate pament. tad thosea. having deC
smatnds against the said Esttate, wv.ll pre-ent thenm
properly attested. G. WV. L AN RIUM,
Adm'or. de benis non.
Aug ~27 tf 33
APPLICATION will be made at the nextsein
of the Legsisature for at Charter fo.r a new
riad leading fraom D~aniel Rountree's, to interseet
the Augusta Road at or near Dr. J. 11. Jennings.
Aug20 3m --
A PPLICA T1ON will be made at the next ses
sian of the Legisature to discontinue as ta
pubie highway the Abbeville R-.ad from dlohn
Chteatham's, running pearallel with the Planak lutad
to Edactield Court House.
Aug 27 3m 33
A PPLICA TION wilt be made at the next session
of the Legislature faor a Charter of incorpo
ration of Ridge Spring Baptist Church.
Aug 27 3 m 33
Palmetto Fire Company,
Y ou are hereby commanaded to be and appear
at your Engine llouse on Satturday uvening
the 30th Aug.. for drill and instruction.
By order of the P'resident.
W.W. GOODM AN, See'ry.
A ug 20 2t 3J2
To Wheat growers.
T UIROUGHI the instrumentality of Ilon. A. P.
BUTLrts, I obtained from the Patent Office at
Washington, a particular kind of Wheat, called the
GALE WhlEA T. Freto one pint and a half, in
two crops, on ordinary land, I have masde 34 bo
sheli. I refer readers to the A dvertiser Office. to
view the Wheat. I intend that Judge Bu-rLER's
Constituents shall haive it at customary prices for
Wheat, in order to spread it over the hand. A pply
to the subscriber at home.
A og 20 t 32
State of .Mout~h Carolia,
BY W. F. DUlIISOE, Esquire, Ordinary ci Edge.
Whlerens, Juohn Autrey lasa atphed to naie for
Lea~ttera of Adaanamtratiion. en all and singsular the~
goodaas a- d1 chtuttle., riglht, anda.! ed-tas o Mary Autrey,
late (of the Da-trict afoire'aid, decen-asedt.
Thes'e are, thaer'efare, a.. cite. anl d arounishl all anal
singulaar, thme kaidtreda :and erealhters aut the taa anid deen
ed .o be anperila ~' r aree, Sat auar r.. at ladhnny
Coaurt for the s~aiad 1)istrail, iio tarhlaan e at t*eti.J:
C. II., 0n thec fourth ,hay of N.eptembecr next, a'.. !hen
cause', ii anay, n lby the said adlnunnat utka st:aa~ld noi
Given uander mny huand anal seal, this 21st dnoy ol
August in thle yeaiir of oaur I oral one tahausaned eIL'l.l
haundredl and fifay-sis, anal ian the 81ith yeiar of Ar.ea
esnn lndependsenee. W. F. DURtIe0O. . LI'.
Aanst 27 2t *3
Brought to the Jail
O F th s District.on the 15tha inst, two segro meni
s'avu s, lby ther num--las of -1 A CC)1 aad R U V
FIN, n hao Nay that thaey belaang tao Mr. D aviad A ik en,
of Fairfieldl )istict. S. C. .l:,cob is abauit thirty
two years old, six feet twa. inch~les high, tw fmngers.
cut ..ff of the igh~t handl, :anda of dark caomplexiaan.
Riallin is aboaut twenty-four years ohld. lice feet nime
or tea. inches high, sear ian the left cheek, tad of
The owvner is rt quested to come forwardl, parove
proper ty p::y chairges iad take them awniy, aotherwise
they will be dealt with as the aw' directs.
.JA.S. ElDEON sa. D
A ug 20. 186tf 3
Kansas Turnip Seed.
I B AVE just received from my barother 'an Red
kiRiver a large and supeiior lat of TUllNhP
SEEDJ-cnnanly known in that laenlaity asth
"Kansas Turnip." 'I his var iety is snid to cro~w
large and sweat, nd is vary nu-ricious. Th'ley
- are the best kind o'fTurntip for table use aaad be-sdes
are valuable for Stock. P'ersons wishing thais varie
ty of Turnip can be accommaodated by calling oan
me, at Ulnaburg, or from Mless. D~urisue a Son at
the Advertiser Office, Edja field. S. C.
. . C. Hi. KENNEY.
Hamburg A ug 0, 1856 tf 3
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
. EDWICINE CASES-fair a-ale by
LI A. G. & T. J. TEAGUEL, Druggists.
Ware-House and Commission
THE Undersigned having ta
ken the Ware House situated im
mediately on the River Bank, and formerly known
as Sibley & Usher's, but more recently kept by
Mr. Thos. Kernaghan, is now prepared to take
Cotton on Storage,
and other produce that may be Consigned to him.
His rates of Storage and Commissions will be at
the usual rates charged In the place.
Receiving and Forwarding
attended to, and Cash advances made on produce in
Having been previously engaged for several years
in the same business, in this place, I hope to renew
a general acquaintance with my old friends and the
public at large. Through industry and close appli
cation to business I hope to merit a liberal share of
patronage. CHAPPELL WILLIAMS.
Hamburg, Aug 20, 1856. 4t 33
i1 The Abbeville Banner. Laurenaville Herald,
Anderson Gazette and Greenville Patriot will give
four tusertions and forward bill to C. W.
Gins for Sale,
r HE Subscriber informs the Planting Cotnmu
nity of Georgia and South Carolina, that he
continues to manufacture his Superior, FIRE
PROOF COTTON GINS, near Bel-Air, Ricb
mond county. Ga.
I would also inform them that I have invented a
SELF-ACTING BOX, and also a CURVE
BREAST to put to my Gins; and I will warrant
them to gin from 150 to 200 bales without choking
or c!ogging between the Ribs. If they do, in gin
ning that number of bales, I will make them good
again, free of charge.
No one will use my Gin, and return it, without
taking one in its place. I will only allow the pur.
chaser to Gin from 10 to 15 bales upon trial, and if
my gin does ne t please, the purchascr;.can notify
me, and if I cannot make it perform well, I will
take it back, and put one in its place that will. I will
let the purchaser use it if I cannot smake it perform
well until I replace it-the purchaser notifying me
as soon as he thinks the Gin fails to come up to the
I, will deliver my superior Gin, it the purchaser's
residence, or so thut h-- can get it, within 125 Miles
of my Factory, at $p,25, per saw, and warrant it in
every respect, boith as regards good performance
and making a good samplo of Cotton according to
gnaity before ginning I will sell toy crtmn o
Breast Gins, at $2.00 per saw, and warrant them to
All or.lcrs addressed to me at Eel- Air, Ga., or
contracts with my a'etts, tier the above articles, will
meet with prompt attention
N. B. My common B.teast Gins are equ:l.-in
every respect to any other Gins mnade in Georaia or
Sout'h Car.lina-:i'v Curve Br. ast Gus, are dlee:
dedly better. I will put my Curve Brea.t to old
Gitis, no matter of wh.:se tiake, thereby renderine
them nearly as good as new gins, if the s.aws are
god, at 75 cents, a saw. Other work on old Gins.
at fair rates. Please send on your old Gus, with
out delay. T. W.
COI.MCIA. Co., Ga.. March 20, 1856.
This is to Certify that I have bought, for Mrs. E.
F. Lampkin, three 50 saw, Curve Breast Cotton
Gins, manufactured by Mr. Thomas Wynne of Bel
Air, Ga., and I do not hesitate to say that they arc
th.: best Gins with which I have any acquaintance.
thouth I have considerable experience in that line.
I can recommend Mr. Wynne's Gins, to the public
as being, in every way, worthy of a trial.
TIIOM.\S 11. PEEK.
SCorxranu, Co., Ga., Marchm 27 I850.
1 her, by certify that I bought a 45 saw, Curve
Breast Cotton Gin, of .\r. Thomas Wynno of Bet
Air, Ga., ini the year 1855; and having thuoruuall
tried said gin. 1 anm not afraid that I shall say mor~e
fr it than it deserves, as that is a simple impo'ssibit
itv. It gins as fast and miakes a goord lint as I, or
niv o:hier reasonal,- moan coull wish it toe do. in
fa~t, there is no dellieincy, in any respect about it.
W~isniso-res, Co., May 7, 1856.
I ertify that I am using a CII saiw. Curve lireast
Cottoen Gi, which I bought of Mir.Thtomats Wyinne
tbout two years ago. Said Gin peerformrs without
excptioln, to iit comiplete satisficiion. It muik, s i
goid samtple-so good that I neveri fail to g..t the
highest market pi iee for the Cotton Ginned by it.
BEL-A ila, July 10, 185G.
THaving been a nmnufacturer of the Saw Gin for
many vents, and knowing its def ets, I take leaCn
ure In r-eomeineding to all wi ho ne~e this nmaebiae,
Thomas Wynne's Improred Ri,, whic.h entirety
preventits all liability to choke. utnd itnsures a roll.
whatever may be thle qutantity or condlition of the
cotton ini the bex, thereby preoducning an imtprtevedl
qul.ity oft cotton. ll EN11.Y CLA RK.
E7 I wi.l keep a specimen of the above Gins at
Miessrs. Ilammonde & Lark's Warie lI onse, ll:nn-i
burg, S. C , who wiil act as agetnts for mie, and are
autorized tee warrantt thtem to tile purchaister. I have
asol spedc'imens of tiny Gius with Messs Iht:riseoe &
Soni. at the Advertiser Ofllice, and equest the planlt
ing cotmmity to examiine thtemt
B3e1-Air, Ga.. August 25, cownot 33
State of South Carolina.
S. P. Tompkins.
B)Y an Order from Chan. Dusts, in this ease, I
w.eill sell at LEdgefield C. II., on, :hme first alon
day in October next, the following Ileal Estate, viz:
The place kntown as the McCutlloeugh place, con
tainitng Eight hlundred and Th/irty (83tt) Acres,
more rer less, bounded by lhmds oi' Washinigton
Wise, the Estate of Muses Swearenigin, dee'd., Mrs.
Lutdy and others.
Tsas.-One thirdl part of the purchase motley
to be paid on the 1st January 1857-one third part
st Jantuary 185S, antd the remaining one third ist
January 1859, with interest ott the several payttients
frotn 1st Jlanuary 1857. The cests of this suit will
be required in c'nshi. The penrehlaser will be re
quired to give bond wvith amtple prsonatml seenrity
and a mortgage on the premises to seenre the pur
A ug 27 6it 33
Ti'[E STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
as. IDiii for Foreclosure of
Mary llat vley,MogaefLnd
.laes lliarvl-y, et anl. Jo ad
B Y nn cirdler of Chtanel'E'r De..lts, madea in
.Itis case, I will preed to sell ott the first
Meuiilay in G.ltober mu't, at El~lield C. ;Ii., the
'Tract of~ Latne ecn which Kindireeld lirvley lived at
he tme eer his death, en I6.erse~ l'en Creek, cont
tiiingi Onae Hundred (I 1) Acrea, tmore orh,
houiiehd Icy landeh of I keejain lIaIrlinig, .o'li
eitnnti ee, -- Breoks andi' ot hits.
fTunts--Cabl as tee So mtnieh as will lbe mteessa
ry to satisfy the mtit:gage deeribed and the coests
of this steit. The balaice otn a credit of twelve
mothlts fromi the dayv of sale. TIhe pmtehaiser eiving
botd with troocd petrsonni security for- the purchase
nmoney-and tu pay extra for tities.
A. SIMKINS. c.ei.t.n.
Conmm'rs Office, Aug 23d, 18556.(it 33
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Joel P. Rielcl ande)
Lucie Rielel, by hter next friend
Jaceob W. Pope,|
F. Mar on Pope, et al. J
B T an (Order freen Chanceellor D)unkin itn this
e1 ase, I will cell at Edgetield C. HI., onl the
first Mndateuy ini October next, the folowing Ia al
The Tract oef Latnd known as the Geiger Tract,
on l.i-tle Satuda Itiver, cetinintg Twco hundred
and fifty (25th) Acres, omore or lesse, boueede bty
landis ot Lewis Mlathiis, .Jo.-hlua c1lIer and Zedlekiahi
Tss.-A credit of one, two and three years,
i equal sitnual mnstahnoents, with interest after the
expiration of one year, except ats to so rnelth as will
te tnecessary to pay the c.'sts of this suit which must
be peaid in catsh. Th le purchause mtone'y to be' se
ered by leoned with at lea-t two gooed p~ereonal sure
ties. Thse purchaser also to pay extra for titles.
A. SIMKINS, c.E.E.D
Au.... ou 56r 332
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
T IE Subscriber offers for sale all of his Mill
Property on South Edisto River, eousisting
of the following Tracts of Land
The Rocky Spring Place,
Containing 4,348 Acres. Upon this place is
a fine Circular Saw Mill, in fine working order,
with a plenty of timber. Also, a new Frame and
Dam for a straight Saw.
The Toney Place,
Containing near 3,000 Acres. Upon this
phtee is a good Saw Mill with a very fine body of
timber, and several very desirable Mill seats. Also,
a fine body of land adapted to the cultivation of grain.
The NcTyer or Home Place,
Containing about 3,500 Acres. This is a de
sirable place for farmning purposes. There are about
500 acres of good Swamp land upon the River and
Creek, about 150 of which are cleared and well
ditched. Also, a good dwelling and all necessary
outbuildings, a Saw Mill and Cotton Gin running
by water, fine orchards. &c.
"g All of these places are perfectly healthy.
From all of the above Mills lumber can be rafted
from the dams. Persons wishing to purchase can
get good bargains.
Apply to the subs.riber at Edgefield C. II. or to
E. S. Mims on the premises.
R. T. MIMS.
Aug 27, 1856. tf 33
7 The Charleston Mercury will copy weekly
until forbid, and forward account to R. T. M.
o 1Managers of Elections,
AN Election will be held on the Second Mon
day and the day following in October next,
for one Member to the United States Congress,
and Six Representatives to the State of Legislature.
The following persons were appointed at the last
Session of the Legislature Managers of Elections for
Edgefield District, and are hereby notified to act
Polls to be opened at all places of election on
the secnd londay of October and day following.
\lanagers to meet at Edgelield C. H. on the Wed
nesday following, count the votes, and declare the
Managers of Elections,
Edgefeld C. H.-D. F. IInllingsworth, P. R. Bla
lock and William Landrum.
Scurry'.-R. M. Scurry, Levi Adams and Lewis
Liu-rty Hill.-J. L. Talbert. John Burries and Rob
Moore's.-W. H. Stallsworth, A. .Hackett and
W. S. H. llnway.
Mount Willing.-Willis St. ne, E. V. Seibels and
Richardson's.-John Griffith, Bazil Peterson and
Colliers.-Jamnes M. Harrison, Thomas BI. Crafton
and Wim. E. M3iddleton.
Coleman's X Roads.-Frederick Scurry, T. F. Cole
man and P. J. Coleman.
Boluar's.-F. V. Sollee, Emily Lott and John
Meeting Street.-J. W. Timmerman, William Ste
vens and J. F. Lowry.
Norris'-John Dates, Amos Shealy and Minick
Rhinchart's.-John A. Kinard, Edward Lone and
Parks'-G. W. Burton, Thomas Price and Mr.
Lybrand'.-Levi Lybrand, Thomas Goleman and
Daniel .1 pier.
Ilocheirs.-James Wells, William Blackwell and
Thomas IR. Collier.
Red Iliil.-J. N. Clarke, L. Holstein and Wm.
Dorn's.-Wilson Corley, Alfred May and W. M.
NaiLs.-John Clarke, Jr., A. W. Atkinson and T.
Granitervlle.-J. Sentell, Samuel Glover and John
Allen's.-Henry Hart, John1 Wright and J. R
Nickerson's.-C. Nickereon, Johnson Lawry and J.
Perry's.-.Crawford Perry, Smith Livinston and
Itnamurg.-C. SleDonald, 1)ennis Lindsey and W.
Stevens'-E. Lagrotin. I.<aae Boles and E. Ilarline.
Duntonsville.-LemuelI Ctirley, J. Cheat ham and Bi.
Pane Hlouse.--Alfred J. Ilughes, G. 3L Wever and
J. L. 3Mathis.
Cherokee Ponds.-1E. 1ot ris, A. P. Butler and Win.
Ridgc .-E. W. Perry, Watson Rutland and James
Coopersville.-T. J. Dysnm, H. 1I. 31ays and Daniel
uttereld-E.Devore, WVm. Langley and Wmn.
Wmn. .%mnyl's.-Samulel Watson, Elzy B Forrest andl
Rocky~ Ponids.-L. II. 31c!'aniel, Jell'erson P. Nison
and We. Dorn.
3M;ekkr's.-Wm. D.ozier, Sr., Calvin Vaumghnm arid
Juti P. Nlickler.
.Picasnit Lan:e.-Johin I. Trimmerman, J. C. Settle
anti Rn-banl llardy.
Rlesoleed, Thant the electioni flo he remnove.d friom
Alf re-d I .:te! er's to 3rShan~t~l Il'Purey's. am! that Jithom
Siegler. Sanmuel Posey antI Joseph Atktinsont he alt.
Rescfred, T1hat the electioni precinc: at Ilowvard's he
Resoird, That a new election precin~ct h,. estahi
ieI aut lea'ant Lanie, amid tiuttItohn B. Timnmermnan,
J. C. Settle and IcohardI Ilarnly act as 3lanagers.
D. F. I IiOjLISWOWl ~Il. Ciiam'sn.
Board of M.magersm of Elections:.
A ug 27, i85t,;t 3
Cot.uauttA, A ng. 11, 1S850.
By His Ezeellency, J AMES IH. ADAMS, Gon,
ernr and Commander-in-Chaief in and aver the
State of South Carolina:
WIAT EREAS information h-is been rteeived at
VTthis lIe)partmenmt, that a murder was comn
mitted at Edgelield C. II., tin the nightt of the 21st
July, by G D. TILLal . N on the bttdy of .1. Il
Christian, and that said TI LLM AN hias fled from
justice. Now, know ye, that to te etnd justice
may he dotne, and that the said TIL lAMAN may
he brought tom legaul trial fotr his tfl'enee as5 aforesaiid.
I, JAM MS H. A l)AMS, Governor s afotresaitd.
do issue this my procelamatiin. toffering a reward of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS t.95t0 tor his
apprehensioni and delivery tmto anyv Jail in thmis State.
Sntid TrILLM AN is about 28 years o!d, five feet
tenm or eleven inchevs hight, stout built, weisihs 1 f0t or
70 potunds, lightr sandy hair. blue eyes, high for e
head and rather broad face.
Gi ven under tmy hatnd, and the seal of the Riate
[ L. S.] at Ct~umbhia, this Il th A ng. A. D. 185I6.
Ju.~it E PyrEns.', See. oif 1Staite.
Antg 2t It '
Stop the M~urderer!
W, hemeb t 00'ofir ai reward:ms of Two hundiredl
dothllars for the~ :apprehesion.t :and l-nlgon-nut to
the Eelgteliehl .la~I of 1; uul:u ; B 3 I L l l l .\ N.
wh Io so rthh1, saly nlreel tint h-o.thetr .1. 11.
Chrlt'an~m, on the iahit ofl the. 21 t inst.
The said Tillman~n is a hout ::4 years of a'e, is aht'tt
5 feet 1(0 or IIl intes htigh, s'tent beuilt. weights he
tween 1060 ort 170 poundtts, htus lighlt snuly hair, blute
eyes. hlh ftoreend, and a rather birtod hice.
It is eatttestly hmoped that all true ectizents, both
in Cartolitta or ehsewhere, will use :heir uttmtst eni
davors in brintging this unprincipled wretch to jus
E TI. CIIRISTI.\N,
Tr. AM. C11RISTIA N.
]U. W. ClR ISTIAN.
LLT Personms indebted1 to thc estate oif Simeon
I Mathtis. dee'dl . arc hetreby~ notified to make
pymnt by the 15th Stept. next, if not they will
most assuredly be conmpelled to pay cotsts.
~ SIMPbON MATIllS, A dm'or.
A neLust I' 6it . 30
riluE Conatract for buibtling a NEWV BRIDGE
I tneross Big Iloric Creek will be let to the
lwest bidder on the Iluth of September next, at thte
Bridge. precisely at 12 t,'clock.
Plan and Sptecifications miay be seen at the resi
dence of T. WV. Whatley or Thios. G. Lamtar until
the day for lettittg.
By order of the Board of Commissioners,
I ~S. S. WISE, Chmair.
J..1. 16 8t 27
Land Buyers, Take Notice,
TIIE Subscricer being desirous of removing lis
farming interest to a Western State, would say to
any one wishing to purchase land in this country:
that his lands are for sale. Ills lands consist of
two tracts. One known as
TIIE PEACH HILL TRACT,
On which he resides, lying in Newberry District,
four miles from Chappell's Depot, G. & C. R. R.,
and two miles from the Island Ford, on Saluda Riv
er, adjoining lands of the Rev. .1. . Vaughan, Dan
iel Rudd. Fo-ter Wells, Elihu Payne and others,
containing 562 acres. On this tract is a comforta
ble Dwelling house, r egro Ilouses, Gin I louse,
Screw aid other conveniences for the farmer ; the
place is well watered, and at least one half in natu
ral forest, or in one or two years New Ground.
ATSO ONE OTHER TRACT
Containing 480 acres, lying in Laurens District.
(consisting of what is known as the Stewart, Todd
and Snow tracts of land,) all in one body upon
which there are no improvements. One half in for
est, the balance in pine old fields, which has not been
cultivated for many years. This land adjoins lands
of the said Vaughan, Rudd, the estate of Charles
E'erton and others.
These lands lie almost contiguous to one another,
and can be easily cultivated from the home place. I
will sell both to4ether, or will sell either separate.
The land is well adapted to the growth of corn,
cotton, grain. &c. It is remarkable for its healthy
location and for the best of water, as there are 3 or
4 good springs at convenient distances from the
Those desirous of purchasing would do well to
call and see for themselves, as I am determined to
go. I will take pleasure in showing the lands to any
one, and will mike terms easy.
DRURY V. SCURRY.
Aug. 13 4t 31
New Store and New Goods.
E. PENN, Agit.,
J AS opened, in the Store formerly occupied by
Williams & Christie, on Park Row an en
tire NEW and Fresh Stock of
SEASONABLE SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
to which he respectfully invites the attention of his
OLD CUSTO.\ ERS, and the public generally.
Ills Stock has been selected with great care and
embraces a general assortment of
taple and Fancy Dry Goods,
SHOES. HATS BONNETS.
HARDWARE. CROCKERY, GROCERIES,
SADDLRY, 4-c., 4-c.
All of which lie will sell on aceonnoating terms.
April 9. 1856. tf 13
Cheap Dry Goods,
S the season is f:tr advanced, and we are de
L termined to dikpo e of the re*maiiing portion
of our Summer tock of l)RY GODUs, in oril.-r to
mnke room for our Fall purch1ass, we will, for the
New York Cost, For Cash.
We invite p:irticular attention to our IIOSIERY
ar.d LONG CLOTil departments; and ilso to a
arge lot of Mars.illes and Lancaster COUNT.ER
As this is a rare eh:mee to purchase cheap Dry
Goods, we expert I:irge s:ales, and persons will do
well to call soon and have the first selection.
Aug. 13 if 31
PURIFY THE BLOOD:
IYIOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
FREE FROM ALL ilINERAL POISONS.
T Im gre'at 1p.-..!ri y wh~lh 310F r.\TS Un: 1tiU.S
anite tlo)-:N .s UtTTICli ht iittineil in e'iisi~e'iri
ii the et.iraiorclinamry einres vtt' eib thei~r utse, rend~er- it
nnncett r~try ifor tie piri'pritr tc enitr in-.e an jiuritiin.:tr
ant::!'is of their icneiticinalt vi rtues o r propirties. I Iaviin
been' iore thiat twetiy y ar 'c~gr or the itI.nii~nd h:vi i
the utletl te-e4imiony oef are ihii Til El:i t..Li )S of
perons wtio htve' bceen restoreit I to' tejoiyiinent eif teer
rct the:..t iiy tiii it ii tie veet that their relpittiin mis
adit-ti, of no dtislautle. In ninm.-'t eve-ry city nutl ill:cee :n
the' t'niteutl States. t there :.r.- lin:.y u tie art' -rena:y to tesIty
to the..ir .'citey ini renit.u'ing ithienae. :nich giem ng bi the
who le' sysitein rieneweid vigor :iult lua-nIh.
tin ena~cs ecf sl:or tIA. t-L.CF.:3. 9. Ti:vy or l.,tlP
TtINS cif t -sinu, ilce ccpecrationm i llo- 1.1 lE .\Ml-:1 1Ii N iEs
is trulty t~itiiitstinii. crtic rcessing in a f- cltap. i.c- ry
vecs't:: of thes'e lioathsoniiie dits '5 . lthut..r pc:.rifinfg
'ff-e'I- in tti'e leil. FlEYFli nil A(;1'1E, 1i)Y$1'Ei's!.\,
)tti )'8 t. FI LE$. au-lt i shiort iniet alt cdi,.enses't. soonc
ielt-, is Ihetir eenrative tirerties.. No t.tafiy si chnt tbe
witoi tihenc. ::s hey their timnety use amuch euifering antl
Prepare.t biy WIL1.M J'.. MOFF.AT, 3M. D.. New
Yrk. :ind t-ir sate byet-TT . & l'ELU.ETtil, h ioi'.\gentA~i
11ambhur". S. C.
$(ate of MontIh C:'OURRa,
I) Y an cirder fc eim Chian ielllr WVardl.aw, in thia
I e~ tase. I n. ill sell :.t Ecgc ti- d C. IL. on te !3r't
.--:nsan lim in l':diihld Di-triet, cont-.aine One..
hundr~led:I ndo thirty-Itionere miirie or b-c-s. Bo~unded.c
by huiils cci thi e.state ot' linja:ii Gatlheane~ heed..
nd n-ie lie estate cf Mh-se's Swearinigen deed.
Tieti.-.t.-( uie half eecrb. the hinn-ii:e cii a erelit
unitit ithe tirstm .lay ofl lanini:ury t .-i. P'urcha~ser. toi
ire bonds withi ample2 seuiiy.
I .L PL rsonis cencernied will take notice that 1
Imr.hae appited'c ir .Jamies A. D evori aitl
Rocbert At t!,ii< my A Ctints atnd A ttorneyL's to. replre
senit me in t hie cecllection ief the dehis idue to I he
Esat-- of' .lcehn I ):ehv. dceel .. :and in alt it heri dlutiis
devlvng~ uponcu mte at lihiistra:t'r iof sab~l ..ccen;in d.
Feb 11 tf
Parasols and Umbrellas.
XTOW~ is the time~ ti buy U~mblrellas, Parasols
.:.tnd Buggy Shades
TIR. IL. SULT.1V.\N.
Junie 25 if ____
- - Not ice.
.I1PPLICATION will be maide to thec next se's
..so fthe latgislatuire tee liscoeincue lhat p:irt
tot t' ie l leacdinig frocm ltclgelield C. 11. tol ilubrg
kieowi nia the cbl Staige li0:ic) frcom its j- netitre
ih, theiThree Notch roa-l tothie residene e f Besnj
P. 'ilhcau, amid instead thiercecf tic opien the I id:-e
rad tce its jiiteien wtih thc I'iii. lioose lRoad do
the KilgelielI & liiamburg [lank 1:oadl.
Aiugt -G .. Ibn :10
TOW ini bttore a lot cit supeirlinie FLO U.R, ground
ifrom N ew Whemit, for bale at the lowest nmat
let prie', for cash. by, SiITlV .
Juone 25, tt 2
A NE-W W.\f ON, large einnlh for -4 or 6
lieitr:.es-reaely foer use--whichi I will sill vecrv
ebienp. A ppldy te lhe Subsoribr ct \l nrrec'l's X
1u~i.et'cl-t.d. :\. Ad DislSN.
CorR ! COUD1 !
r~ 111.K Subhsi-rihier lhis FOULRl DULNI))ImD
BIU SIIl-|, eif CO RN 6or ale at S i per
bushel. A 1cply tic d. 0. I limniltocn nt mny plantaition.
A ug 13 dt ._31
1%row- Crop 'Topocrtec1
Turnip Seed !
Large Gleibe TUIP, 1
-t Nurttlk "
" Rled Top " ~ r For Winter.
"~ llanomiver, " J
"t Ruta Baga "
White Fitt DutchI "~
Large Kansas. flue for stock, For Fall.
Y ellow A berdeen or Scoteh.)
The above assortment has just been received, to
gether with Late Cabbaiges, Collards and other
Greens for fall plantig. F~or sale by
W M. II AINES.
A ugusta, A ug 11 j 4It 31
"Econoany i$ Wealth !"
OO 00)elean Rags of edery dlescripitiona will be
purchased1 at the "~ Aivertiser Oilic." Price
2 ets per piiound. Now,. hern's a chance for almnos.
every body, amid old baicheltcr's too, to make money.
A pril 18 (2 Lf 14
A PPLICATION will b4made at the next ses
sion of the Legi,-mintfe for an ameanment of
the' Chtirter' of theo Uumnburg & Edge-feld Plank
Road Cotpan.3m ;
iiE Friends of S. W. MABRY, Esq., an
nounce him as a Candidate for a Scat in the llouse
of Representatives, at the ensuing election.
ir T:iE Friends of Da. G. M. YARBROUGHl
respectfully announce him as a Candid:tc fur a scat
in the house of Representatives at the ensuing
c' TnIE friends of Maj.. W. CAR WILE re
spectfully announce him us a Candidate for a Scat in
the Legislature at the ensuing ekection.
UT The friends of GEORGE W. LANDRUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
n the next Legislature.
gTuE Friends of W. C. MlORAGN E, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to a seat in the House of Representatives at
the next election
iMaj. AIIR.A M JONES is respectfully an
nounced by his friends as a Candidate for a seat in
the House of R epresentatives at the ensuing election.
ITnE Friends of Capt. ROBERT MlERI
WETHER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
date for a seat in the .louse of Representatives at
its next Session.
U. Tue Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq..
respectlully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the next Leaislitture.
The friends of Mr. W.M. GR EGG, respectfully an
nounce him as a candidate for a seat in the next,
The friends of M.J. JAMES 13 ACKWELL
respectfully announce hi.n: as a Candidate for a seat
in the next Legislature.
'Tne Friends of Col. JOIIN QUATTLE
BUM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
a Seat in the Hlouse of Representatives at the en
fT The friends of Cul. M. C. M. UAMMOND
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a scat
in the Ifouse of Representatives at the next election.
fI We are authorized to announce LEWIS
.TONES. Esq.. as a candidate for re-election for
Shcrili'cf Edgefield District.
iIT Ton Friends of Capt. II. BOULWARE
respectfully nnnne him ns a Candidate for Sheriff
of E1Refield District at the next election.
TTTE friends of Capt. LNWIS COVAR. res.
peclfully nnnne him as a candidate for Sherif.
of Ehgefiell Distriet, at th' ensuing election.
The many friendh; of W. W. SA LE, Esq., of
TTambur,, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully :tnnonnno him ts a candidate for Sheriff of
Eleti' 1l Distrit at the next election.
The friends of Co. WITJ.IAM QL'ATTLEDULM res
pectfully announe him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
U? TnE Friends of Mir. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
or Edgefield District at the next election.
For Taz Collector
M. Ti. W ITITTLE.
THfOM3AS f3. REESE,
D e n t is t r y.
'fl I Su'scribaer hasli opIe~ned an
Oi. fiee at Ryn' :14 otel, where he
wi ll .itten~d ..to my buine--s per:aImning
tohis Praofes.,ioun. A llen's Paient. Teeth, CuJrvilin -
eari Gum and. lIleeck Teeth. from
Single Teeth to Entire setts,
Pat up in a style to p'eaae the nmost factidious.
Dlentit wishing teeth put up on .\llen's Patent,
e-mII have it done by isendinug in their Plates at very
Dentists' GOdd and Silver PIate. Gol Silver and
Piatina Wire, round, half roundl nil1 eili inlrientl
madei' t.> oni -. H. PA ~K E R.
N. 11 . settlement ahvay at the comlletionl of
July 50) if ?9
D R. .[. 3 SCCT , lai 1 Ueti d ::'<
1ar thme l'i .\CTfICF. OF i3iEl >lt:IN-., re..'peefal
I I's bievie to thue surr<.nntdin~g eatmmunIIity, nnd
Collk.r'., .la:e d:, 15ti If 21
D M.G.a. YAI R~lol' H- & .1. P. AENJT..
havet:.. * this day lot ned I 'mi:nehip,. fir the
-hai~rge for~ .ne consul:ntion visit. Uly~e at Dr).
''~Y OFFICE is no in this Vilinge, next door
i.Y.toXW. W. A dlas, where I enan he faiu ii at
all timeS. C. W. S;TYLF.S.
Edeieldl C. 11., Jahn 15, 195t. t f 1
..CNTRE. STREET, IIAM"URG, S. C. 2,
0.'.E. C~)o-rT. & co. i'srepr'icao .
M\arch 12, 185ti. ly 9
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Opposite the iV a.onZi c HIall,
A coUSr'A, cA.
DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ria~ eceivig the ir FI NUP ~ 1 l[ .1
ilconsistin o al ar e usab foud in
tl~wir litie. Our ( t uoal:::re n!1 mmb-di toi onb.,r Gy il
ba~r-t manu!Jifactiots, am:I la se'laeard from the b-s:~
.Mih to tie ltented Oter Stucs of
Planation Brogans, Dlitchers' Boots,
AND JIOUNE NENV;ANT'4R .%110ES,
Are all muade of the Ibest ;mat..iail ande itn a very
sublstanti al mann1 ter.
tp vers ms visiting one City wiil find at our
Stiere. the lartgest andie the greate St variety to' sdee*(t
frum that hase ever been ofler'd in this pllacee and
. 1. E. CL AlRI1C,
A nta~h. Auwg 12. 1 S56. fEm 31
IN PRIC E OF BUGG IES, &.,
T ~~t enrad athe s-ervices of Air. 11Ultie
.VIN B~tTt the well-knowni llouse of .1.
llihm t 6: Co. Auiusta.) to sutpeitendaii tlhe
manniheturin.g. we are prepared to uishiiil CA R
R1AG ls f al eecrip~tOton sat
Five per' cent less
than they cla be houaht in Augusta. anda we hazard
nothing in saying that we htve onl haend the
or Souttlhern maide Buggies to be found South o
\ason & lDixon's Line, whichl cannot fail to suit
those in wantt of subsetanitanl w ork.
We are now prepared to tuild at s~hort notice
Carriages and Plantation Wagons
Superior to anything before off'ered in this DJstrict
(gTREPAIRING attended to as usual with
dspatch. LEIGH & TUC&EPR.
Edgefichl, July 22, if 23
The Great Rlemeidy.
01 PnAPER~S OF A Q. SIMlMONS' LIVER
.\ltEDCINE, juset received and for sale by
Jttn 23.R. II. sU LLI VA N.
A Good Investment to be had.
I will offer foar sale, at Edgefield C. IL., on thme
Lfirst Monnday in Sept. next, at public auction,
"one hundred sehartes of stock in thme llamnburg and
Eageieldl Plank Rad Company," or so mneh there.
of as will sati~sfy a certain demtanel, for the paymett
of which I am authorized to tmaike such sale.
Aug, 13,1856. 2t 31
TlE Exercises of these Institutions will be re
sumed on the third Monday in January next.
As heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Femah- School, with the Primary Depart
mnenlt of the dlale Academy, will be conducted by
Mr. A. P. BULITLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplih-l;ed Miss A. E. ART1UR, and
other competent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition per Sossion.
First Class, Primary )epartment,..........$9 00
Second " Ordinary English Branches,....12 00
TI ird " Iligher " " ....15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics.............20 00
Frcncl. .,.noroidery, Needle work, &e., usual
The SchlastiC year will he divided into two Ses
sion1s of live months each. Pupils will be charged
from the time of entering to the end of the Session.
Tuition in advance.
Good Board can be had in the Village at from
$8 to $10 per month.
S. P. GvETZ EN, 1
A. J. IA MMOND, c
S. W. GARDN ER,
J. C. PORTER,
A. P'. BU'T:.ER, ~t
11. A. SIAW. -
Dce 5 if 47
BEN.JAMIN & GOODRICII, Broad street, op
posite Lanback & Cooper's, respeetfu an
nounce to their friends and the. public, that they are
now receiving daily a choice and well selected
assortment of all kinds of Fl RNIT'URE, such as
BUREAUS. 1100K-CASES SOFAS, CIIA IRS,
TETE-A-'ETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEADS, WIN DOW SIlAI)ES. &c., of the la
test and most fashionable designs, which they guaran
tee to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and
invite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Mattresses and all kinds of Furniture, manufac
tured and repaired to order, with neatness and dis
patch. BENJA MIN & GOODRICH.
Augusta, April 23, tf 15
A Delightful Country Residence
T ILE Subscriber ofl rs for sale his
VALUABLE PLANTATION, ,', .,
situnted on the Columbia Road, five
miles east of Edg.-field C. II., known as -
The Murrell or Cross Road Place,
Con:tainiing Three hundred and ttvelv - acres, a
iconsiderahle portion of which is in a high state of
Said Tract is now in fine condition. On the premi
ses is a commodious I)welling llouse, Kitchen,
Negro 1 louses, Gin House and Screw, and, in short.
all necessary tint buihlings. food fences, &c. There
is also on the place a never-failing well of the best
water. Also, a LARGE ORCILARI) of the finest
varieties of Peach, App'e and Plum Trees.
As a test of the superior and productive quality
of said Tract of Land, especial invitation is invited
to the present crop. Mr. 'J. A. Addison, on the
premises, will take pleasure in showing the place
to any one desirous of purchasing.
gAny gentleman wishing to buy a beautiful
and pleasant summer residence would do well to
examine the above place.
Terms very reasonable and accommodating.
B. L. MfUR~RELL.
Aug 13 St 31
Carpenter's Sheet System
O F Cutting Ladies' Dret'ses and Gentlemen'
Coats and Sacks,-also, Vest+, Pantaloons and
Gniters, together with Youths, Boys and Girl
Garments of all kinds anid stylee, will be taught to
Ladies and G entlemen by a
Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
So as to learn thenm to cut with, EASE and SKILL
any of the above mentioned Garments.
The Coipyrighit of this stame hia: been atssigned tn
Cuco. S. SicNEIu. & Co., of this place.
Persons wishing to ai ail thimiselves of this Sys
temn or wantin.g intermatzion will call or leave their
oirders at aMrs. .\lcNEL5 .i~IIImer Establishment.
GIEO. S. AlcNEIL & CO.
Edirefeld C. TI., Mlay 30 Jy 20)
li-r B3IGOI)E C.\VA LiY, S. C. 3M. )
A ugust ISth, 18'>ti. j
r j1lE iREGIN1 ENTis of this Brigide will paradec
. for I rill :and lieview, at I le lizllowing namedcc
tihiws an I pilnees, viz:
The. I st lleginmnt oif Cnynary, at its usual place
if Jal-.am, Saturdlille ti. :tll Nepteimber tiii*t.
fTe 2ndti lyigiment of Cavalry, at L'ngmires, in
,:uttirday ttile 2:): I of Scdeib., r ncxt.
IThe tCoimmis.-ioned and non-mt'iemmiissioicA 00i
eers will ;mo~ier an the a:iv pirevie us, at thieir re
-raJ are herehr eba.r.al with the e.i:niont (it ?i
tilth if t~ or dler as has re~ference to their respiee
lice (i.iminali Is.
itv order of JOTIN F. T.\ LBElIT,
Col. C'inim:nnding~ ist L' rig. (::vnary.
J. V. Aloona:. Jirig. \b-zj.
A ug 20 It 3
)Y Virtue of sundry writi of Fieri IFneits, ito
.1) me dlira.cted,. I will piroceedl to sell at Edgelield
C. II., on the lirst 1moiaiy in Septeimber next, the
folowinig Iopt rty in theo followin~g enses, viz:
.hlthn A. iA!ays aid Wvilam M1ays vs EC'ijahm
Thlilownv, aan,.inisuter of the Estate oif Geot -~
itns, leensed, thle tract of lame1 coin:ninintg twa'
hniiniredl neres. i:ore uir less, adjoinintg landls oh
1.ewis Culbreathi, Strhiiig Turi:er and Leivi .\damns,
where .lrs. A nn Rianms n~ow lives.
*Jih~n Qauhlbum, T1. C. vs lieba een Dorris a tract
if iii cint:liinng one hund rid neres n:ore or less.
adjaaningr lands ct' Williamn Qnai:ebun, duas. Camlison
Andrew Jordlan vs Raniis'in .Jii:an, one negro
woiian byv the nmem of Ann and infant child, anid
Samil, i Ir.-hs aimd others, vs- .11.Christian andl
t hers, Onie 16 u.e tnd l.it ini thle Yilinge of I'dge~
i:il, cotiaininig onie :teise,. more or ham, adjoinne
lands of a ,b.hnt 3 Witt aind Itiumphreys lRauhrnre
A 1.-i, atne other l.ail of t..tind in, ih.. El.a'!e oaf EdIoi.
fve o-ri, mor er h . i j-iing land' of Johan
I I T. Wrlit :,mdi Jlekwoa Covar. Also, one lot of
hint" s aid I .miah, in, on' hi.: ot Slate, ::nl one
.inlae,-hevied noon as the property o: the ])e
fend ant. J. 11. Cluii~thia.
Tertm, Cash. JAS. EID'SON. s.En.
'a ugut 6, 1S851'. -1: 303
ST'ATE' OF SOUTh] CAlROLINA,
Wailiaiin Nlir, Gnnrinin arl | Simumons
lilem,. of~ Dyiani.inita tem~ian & } i
.\ itlhell Itevetl, chtildren o~f | Par tition.
Nam:ey Iitntma,diee'd. J
13 Sq., Ordinary oif Il'lgehiehl District, in the
above stated ease, I will proceed to seli on thle first
Mlondaiy in Septemiber next. :it EdkelIeld C. 11., the
Ral Estate of Naney Bateman, dee'il., consistinig of
a Tratct of Land containing One hundredl ners, mnore
or less, situate in the D isti ut of Edgeiehil, on the
waters of Big I herse Creek, two milles East of I ham
burg, bounded by liands of Tihos. Kerni;.han, Eliza
bth Tatie, Thus. G. Lamar, Rev. I. L. Brooks and
Taats.--A er edit of t welve months, purch~aser
giving hond with good securitiks, and a mortgage
of thte prem'ise~stiithe Ordinary, to secure the pur
chase nmoney. Cests to be raid in Cash.
JA a1 ES EIDSON, S. E. D.
TTIE Subscribier would resuietfully buit earnest
. ly call on till persons owing him, pireviouis to
the 1st of .laniuary Inst, to comec torward ont or be
fore Fale aIuiy rext. and if they entnot pay all pay a
part.,auiheiwise I will be csomphelled to place their
no tes and accounts in Ihe propier kinila for collietion.
W M. .3!cEVOY.
Aug 13 St 31
100 Negroes Wanted!
T1liE subscribers wish to purchase ONEIUN
DRED. NECGROES, young Alen and Wo
men, Boys and Girls. A ny persou hanving such
property to sell. wv.ll do welh to give us inforniation.
TtlRIShON & CLIN E M.Al1k.
rnwod, S C3,m., 2,185a 3m 24
AME R I U AHO ;4.
Hamburg, S. O '
T IEProprietors of thist well! '
known hlOTEL beg leave to
inform their friends and the public
generally, that they are.nlwayscready.to receivo
them in the BEST STYLE POSSIBLE.
Persons arriving at this tiotel may rest assured
that they and their baggage will be promptly sent,
free of charge, to the Carolina Depot, or to either
of the Georgia Depots.
We also take this opportunity of returning our
sincere thanks 1'r past patronage, and will use every
etdeav.'ur to merit a continuanee of .the same.
There will always be on hand. a good OSTLER,
and horses leit in our charge will meet with every
attention. 0. H. P. SCOTT & Co.
lIlaiburz, July 21. ' tf 29
Valuable Land for Sale.
r l1E Subscriber, eesirous of moving, ofibrs for
sale his valuable Plantation, situated 19 miles
from Edgetield C. Ii., and within two miles of Mt.
Willing. containing 1363 acres.
The place will be sold the whole together, or will
be divided into the following tracts to suit purcha
The BMone Place,
Containing 735 acres, upon which there is an excel
lent house with G rooms, all necessary outbuildings
(most of which are framed,) Gin House, Screw,
Stables. Negro Houses and all, the conveniencies of
About 450 acres on this place are cleared, one
third of which is fresh land-the remainder is in
good heart and is well adapted to cotton and grain.
The Place is very healthy, pleasantly located and
very desirable to any one working from 10 to 20
2. The Bonhan Place,
Containing 440 acres, upon which there is a com
fortable dwelling with necessary outbuildings-abou
100 acres ot Forest land and 340 acres cleared, 50
of which is first and second year's land. of excellent
quality, good for corn and cotton ; also 25 acres of
low-around ; the remainder in a fair state of culti
3. The Pine-Land Tract,
Containing 187 acres, about 18 acres cleared, the
remainder heavily timbered and equal if not supe
rior in productiveness to any pine-land in this sec
tion of the district.
Persons desirous of purchasing will do well to
call soon and examine for themselves. Or for in
formation, address the subscriber at Mt. Willing,
Edgelield District. Terms of sale will be necomo
duting. J. C. SIMKINS.
Mlay 7. 156. tf 17.
Valuable Property for Sale,
r TIE undersigned, intending to move to Georgia
in a tort timem,ofirs fur sale the following
valuable property in Iamburg-titles indis9 lable.
The DWELLING 1 OUSE and LOToi Market,
Corner of Snowden Street. running through .to
Mi reer Street. The Dwelling and Kitehen are of
brick, covered with tin. On the Lot is a Crrriage
house, Stable, and all neeissary outbuildings.
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opposite the
American Hotel, on which is a large TWO STORY
BRICK BUILDING, occupied as Two Stores and
Dwelling-lot running through to Cobb Street. On
the latter Street is a large back Store.
The LOT on Corner Market and Leavenworth
Streets, running through to Mercer Street. On this
Lot is a new One and a half Story HOUSE, plas
tered and painted.
FIVE HUNDRED SHARES Hamburg and
Edgefield Plank Road Stock.
The above property will be sold on iccommoda
ting terms, or exchanged for land in southern Geor
gia. or negroes. II. A. KENRICK.
]Iam~burg, Oct 1 tf 38
Village Property for Sale,
71illE subscriber otffers f.,r sale his HOUSE
. AND LO T, situated in Edhefeld Village,
imomediate!v West of th~e Planter's Ilotel. Said
Lot contain's near FiVE acres of Land, andi .xtends
from the, Puliic Square to Bever Dami
I? It will be diclposed of on reasonable terms.
Poesssion given onm short notice.
UT With an exspenditure of two or -three'hun
dred dlolirs it could be m.ade one of thi, most hand
some pineces in the Viillnge. For further particulars
call on the uadereigned.
A pril .10, 18563. tf 16
Land for Sale,
r1 IIE Subscriver wishing to change his loention
.l fers for sale his V A I.ABLE PLA NTA
Three Hundred & Seventy-seven Acres
1 xinig ont Sa'udat River.n;.! najoining land!s of Wn.
A. Strothe:r, A. ClarL nnd D avid l':a-. near
llozma~n:n's Ferrv,.amdc within two, or three hunidred
yairds~ or t he Urentvilie & Columbin Ihaii fload.
TI.:- T:-tet :ontains :sbout (oie hundre id aeres in
ori~iinal remst. widhlt then rest is uinder fence. One
huni mdredl and, titly i in a hieh state of cultivation,
if wlhih.re is fronm sevennt-ive to one hundred
acres of line bottin nd eqjani tonany and surpassed
by none in the State. This planttatiito s hug.od out
lets aind excellent umages itor stock.
On the preiiises are a goid Two Story Dwelling
If onse and all ntecssary plantation buildings. Also,
a -lpring Of niever failing water.
rg Anty persosn wvishing to purchase will call on
the $ulseriber who. re-sides on the premiises, and he
will take ipleasutre in showing thetm the abiove tract.
.J. W. SIAYNARD).
Nov 21 tf 45
Land for Sale.
'TiE snb::criber ctrr for sale his tract of I:nd
I luing tiwo mnik as. . 2if the Pim- Uoeuse, adjoini
:ig la ,-ds of G. M. Wvert, WV dli:.m To'ney, and
FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRlES,
Mulueh te i mgi -Ctrtiont of " bich is in woods. On
the p'reists are a pi ud .vellirtg h,'use aid other
neoe.-sary b'uidines. tgether with a s::w-mill, mll of
in hieh is nently new. 'The situation is healthy, and
the h-.md wvell adapted to farming. Hie ill take
grent plere in .-howing itt. tiy one wishing to
Jlulv 0. 185c.. tf 25
LL. pc:sons indel. bittl tio the Estaite '.f William
? t. Timti tmondi, dee'd., tire regnested to amne
p-aymntt to tiue tnudCer.igned.. An thIlosie havinrg
dlemttltan :inmst the NtameC wid pr.enit thtemt accora
og~ to ie
Pi..E.S.GT D. TIIIURMON D, Adiin'r.
A pril 30, 1856. tf 16t
.XTO Orders will reeie any nattntion unless
.. neeomipatnied with the Cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Ace.r
.T:n .30 t f 3
A LL4 persons to whom the Estate of James
WVeathersby, deceased, is indebted will pre
.enCt their claims, atnd all persins itndebtedl to the
said listate, will miake paetstt to the undera-ignted.
W. L. A NDERSON, A dminictrato.r
Nov. 1, 1S55. t 45
A Rule Without an Exception,
ANY ione indebted to mec by note or aeeount,
.Enmust settle with me by the first of August, if
not, then with my Attorntey.-.
A. B. ADDJSON.
JIune 2f. it "' 24
Wanted ! Rare Chance
G RE AT INDUCEMENTS !
W ANTED, men in every-Town and Countf in
the Union to engage in su honorable busi
ness wvhich pays S5 and $10 per day. No 1Imnbug
Riook or Patent Medicine BIusiness. Full partica-.
hiti sent free on atpplientioCn. post paid, to.
D).W A1RN ER & CO.;
I8 Sonth Third Street, Philadelphin P'a.
2 000 GOod DRY UIDES, for which I will
2 u u pity the cash.
R I. SULLWVAN.
Jutne 25, if - 2
ALL persons to whom the estate of-John I.. Mor..
Aris, deceased, is Indebted will pr4ent their
claims ; and all persons indebtel to'th'e saii Estato
will make payments iCo the unldersigneid.-,'"
W.:L ANDERSON, Admihisaise,.
Nov21,185 . . , t . : L t