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My little niec(Kate, a three-year old, is so
very funny sometimes, that I have thought her
entitled to a nook in your " Children's Corner."
Her grandmother asked her, the other day, among
other questions from the Catechism." Who gave
her doi'y bread? She immediately replied:
s Dod, Granma, but Uncle Peter puts the butter
AlARRIED, on Thursday 21st ult. by Jas., Black
well, Esq., ROUT. JENYtNGs, Esq., and Blias. HEN
RIETTA TIURMOND, a.1 of this District.
A protracted nIeting will be held with the
Philippi Church, commencing on Saturday before
the 3d Lord's day in September.
Ministering brethren are hereby invited to at
tend. By order of the Church in conference.
A. HORNE, MoDERAToR.'
E. W. HORNE, Clerk.
Edgefield Baptist Association.
The next annual meeting of this Body will be held
with the Red Oak Grove Church, 16 miles West of
Edgefield Court House, on Saturday before the 2nd
Sabbath in September, 1856. The Delegates to as
semble at 10 o*oloek, A. M., organize the Body,
and then attend upon the Association Sermon.
A Camp Meeting will be held at Bethlehem
Camp Ground, commencing on Thursday before the
2nd Lord's day in September.
For Brigadier General.
We are authorized to announce Captain W. W.
PERRYMAN, of Abbeville, a e udidate for the
office of Brigadier General of.Cava ry, vocated by
he resignation of General WILrEs.
THE GREAT EXTERNAL ANTIDOTE.
When impurities in the blood are determined to
the surface in the form of blotches, pustules, dry ex
foliations, boils, rashes, &c., this potent preparation
is the only safe and radical remedy.
Sold at the manufactories, No. 80, Maiden Line,
New York, and No 244 Strand, London ; and by
all drugists, at 25c., 623c. and $1 per box.
A REGULAR Communication of
CONCORDIA LODGE, No. 50,
A. F. Al.. will be held at their Hall,
on Saturday evening, Sept. 20th, at
By order of the W. M.
Sept 3 it 34
D URING my absence from the State, CICERO
ADANMS, Esq., is my duly authorised Agxent
fior the prosecution (of my unfinzslied business in
Land and Pension Claims.
Sept 3 3m 34
Jack M alto.
A FINE JACK of the Malteze stock, formerl)
owned by D.aniel Holland, Esq, will stano
the F ALL SE ASON at my residence, one mile
fr omz L..tt's P. 0., and will be let to Nlare~s at Ten
Dollars to insure a Mare in foul-the mone'y due
when it is easeertained that the Mare is in real or
traded. All care will be taken to prevent acci
denits, but not responsible for any. 25 cents to
- the groom. BENNET I3OLLAN 1.
Sept3 ___ t 34
Ad iitao' Notice.
A LL Persons ind~ bted to the Estate of Jess'
Jennings, dee'd., are requested to settle up
at an early date, and th..se having demands aaninst
said Estate are hereby notilied to present thenm
*duly proved, to the Subscriber, on or before the
first Monday of December next. as I -intend aboum
that time to make a final settlement oh~aald Estate.
JOHN J. JENNINGS, Adm'or.
Sept 3 3m 34
Every word the Truth.
S TR ANGE as it may seem in this day and time
the following is esery word the Truth, und
will be so verified if proper -attebtion is not given
We want money and must have it !
All persons in anywise indebted to the Under
signed for the years 1S53, '54 and '55 are public
notified that if they fail to comec thrward and settle
with us by the 18th September inst., they will pori
tively be compelled to settle with our A ttorney.
Dlon't force us to deal harshly.
McGREGOR & SMITII.
PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Jacob 11.
Smith, dee'd., are infotnmed that al! Notes due
the Estate will be placed in the hands of our A t.
torney for collection before Return Day.
BENJ. WALDO', x'r
G. A. ADDISON.
Sept 3 3t 34
ALL Persons in anywise indebted to J. II:
Christian, dee'd., will please make it known
and settle the same. Those having demainds against
him will please to render them in according to law.
GUY BROADWATER, Adm'ar.
Sept 3 3m 34
The Fast Trotting Stallion,
TAS just arrived, per stetimer Southerner, and
L.is at C. A. Red's platntation, four miles from
A ugusta, on the Savannah Road, and will be let to
lilars at the rate of S25 the season, with the privi
lege of putting from season to season until the Mlare
proves with foal, or parted with.
St. Lawrence is a beautitul Bay, with black legs,
mane and tail: 16 hands 1 inch high ; seven y ears
. old, with good bone and well proportioned ; weighs
1300 pounds. We believe him to be the fastest
trotting Stallion on the A merican continent, and,
willing to back our judgment, will mat ch him against
any stallion for Sl000 a side to go to wagons, ever
- LFayt tte Course.
His sire was the renowned trotting horse, St.
Lawretce, who was the best trotting horse of his
day, having, on two occassions, beaten the celebra
ted Jlack Russiter, and others. His datm was the
inst trotting Mlare. Dutch Moll-shte by Mlotgatn.
The pro.prietors having tormted a Stoek Corm pan:y,
for the purpose- of imnpro.ving our so.uthernI Soek,
-and one of them. lay ng travelled through th
North rtn and Eastern,.States and p~ortions of the
Blritash Provinces, instructed toi buy the litnest atnd
large at Trottitng Stallion tlhat couldl b'- procur~ed, Utn
limited itn pricee; and as w-e have been at a very
heavy outlay in procuring this title :toek H orse. we
hope the Pmtuters will look to their interest, and be
stow that patronage which our undettaktng mrirts.
hay way ol ene..uaing Planters to take care ot
the ir Coits. u e offer the follow ing PI' emiumis :Fo'I
the best Colt, six moths old. a l'itcher, vatlued at
50( : condt best, a Cop valuedJ ait $10.
Gooid jastut e% gratis, for all Mares fromrr a distance.
srod crain fed, if desired, on nmoderate terms.
A. WILSON, 1
.1.D). M ATIIEWS, rorir.
T. IlECK LE, Prpeos
C. A. RED,
A ugusta, Sep. 3, 1856. 4t 34
A PPLICA TION will be timde at the next Sea
sotn .*f the Legisuature for a ren:.wal (t' the.
Charter of the Paltatto Fire Engine Comipany.
.A Ag24 _ ___ 3m 31
ALL persons indebted to the e.-tute of A. T.
A Gr. gory. dee'd., mutstmkepyenata
eatrly a te. 1ty so c oinig they will save east..
Sept 3, 1856. t 34
TO TlE AFFLICTED,
DRl. TIIAY ER, Homneopathic Phaysiciun, Sar
geon, and A ccoucheur, late of P-hiiaidelphia,
nowe located l'o 217, lBroad Street. Augusta. Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
Chronic diser sea. Visits made at a distance on the
m~ost r ea.,nable ter:tns. Please address,
11. R. TilAY ER, M. D.
.t ,,tIa f 32
SELLING OFF AT COST,
WE are now sellini our ENTIRE STO'CK
of Goods At Cost!
-The Stock is large and consists of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
Crockery and Glass Ware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, 1
4-c., 4-c., 4c.'
Our friends who call early will get many VERY
DESIRABLE Goods at Very Low Prices.
Every one should strive to purchase their respec
tive shares without delay, as the inducements will
be such that this Stock will not remain lone on hand.
SALE & ANDREWS.
Phoenix, S. C., Sept 3 6t 34
To Managers of Election.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I TH1OS. G. BACON, Clerk of the Court of
9, General Sessions and Common Pleas, -in pur
anee of the directions of the Act of the Legislature,
in such case made and provided, do hereby eive
public notice, that an election fos TAX COL
LECTOR for Edgefield District, will be held on
Monday the th;rteenth day of October next, at the
usual places of election throughout the said District.
Witness my hann at Edgefield C. 1 , this 2nd
day of September, A. D. 1856.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.s.and c.r.
Sept 3 4t 34
2z n BRIGADE, S C M
EDGEFIELD C. H.. August 30, 1856.
T TIE Regiments composingr the 2nd Brigade, S.
LC. Militia, will parade for Review and Drill
at times and places herein indicated, viz:
The 10th Reuirnent at Richardson's, on Tuesday
the 23d September.
The 7th Regiment at Old Wells, on Thursday
The 9th Regiment at Springfield. near Mrs.
Brunson's, on Saturday -27th September.
The 8th Regiment at Morrow's, on Tuesday 30th
The 6th Regiment at Lomax's, on Thursday 2nd
Commissioned and non-Commissioned Officers
will assemble the day previous at their respective
Reirnental parade grounds for drill and instruction.
Officers in command of Regiments are charged
with the extension of this order.
By order Brig. Gen. J. R. WEVER.
Z. W. CAIw.ILE, Brigade Major.
Sept 3 4t 34
f" Abbeville Banner copy twice. -
Horn's Creek Beat Company,
Y OU are hereby commanded to be and
YLappear at Edgefield C. 11., on the
3th of Sept. next, armed and equipped as
the law directs ror Drill and Instruction.
By Order or Maj. I.oveless there will be
an Nection held on that day for Captain to
.upply the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
f Capt. Cicero Adams. An election will also bt.
held on same day for Second and Third Lieutenants.
By order of JON L. A DDISON,
1st Lieut. and Capt. commanding.
Sept 3 2t34
Sale of Lands.
T lIE Executors of Jacob P,. Smith, dee'.,. will
sell at Edaefleld C. H.. on the first Alonday
n Novembe~r next. all the remaining lands belong
ing to the Estate, consisting ofd
Three Thousand Two Hundred Acres,
~ubdivided into Twelve Lots, containing from t
wo Hlundred to Eight hundred acres each. n
These are for the mtost par pine lands or fair
qaity, and excellently timnberedl, lying in the vi
ity of Cloud's Creek. and adjoining lands of
esrs Corley. Padgett, Denny, Larick, Croach, t<
luiet, Estate of Rhinehart, and others.
67 These Ihands wd'al be sold on a credit of twelve .1
onths with interest. f
BEN.]. WA LDO, Ex'urs.a
G. A. ADDISON. *
Se!.3 8__t 34_
Beech Island Land
3'or Sale 1
'I TE subscriher otIer's for sale TWO T RACT S
River Swamp TIratct, contatins by resurvey, One
undred and Seventy,-five acres, adjoining Ramibo,
Lwigs, llammond and (othere.
il, Lan.d TIract, contains Eighty-four acres--a
ne sit uation for a residence-adjoininug Alrs. Wil
i.is. l Irs. Nais and Dr Bradliord.
IU For tern's. aply~l to Sam. .1. ItI. Clarke. or
e subscriber. SA ML. CLARKE.
Sept~ 2 3:34
A LL~ persons indebted to the subscriber are re
?spectfully notified, that, unless the~y come fr
ard and settle up by or before Return Day, their
Notes will positirely be plae'ed in the hands of an
Attornev for collection. Reware. all ye that arer
interested. JON A TILAN W EVER. C
Sept. 3 3t 34
A LL those indebted to the Estate of John Doby,
deceased, a, e hereby forewarned to settle the,
same by Return Day. TVhese who fail to do so,
may rest assured that their Notes or A ccounts wil
be in the hands of a legal officer for collection.
MATILDA DOBY, Adm'or.
Sept. 3 3 t: ___34
TWO or three good negro CARPENTERS
are wanted by the subscriher. Liberal and
prompt wages will be paid. ~~ AMR
Sept. 3, tf 34
State of South Carolina.
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Sarah Youn bath applied to me for Let
tersofAdministration,on all and singular the ioods
and ehattels, rights and credits of John W. Youn,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be andI appear before me.at ournest Ordinary's:
Court for the said District, to he holden at Edgelield
C. II., on the 17th day of September inst., to showv
.ause, if any, why the said Admninistration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this first (lay of
September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-~six and in the eighty-first year of
W. F. DUISOE, 0. E. .
September 3 1856. 2:34
TIUE M eembers of the Edlgefi-ld Lyceum nre
Seairnestly requested to call on Mir. Ramsey, at
the Post Office, and pay3 t,~ ir initintion fees.
LOU lION BUTL ER, See'y.
LL Persons in'chted to the estate of Jecsse
1Linbeeker, dee'd., are earnestly reque~sted to
mnk. immediate payment. and thl.me having de
mnanis aganat the said Estate, will pire-int them.
properly htksted. G. W. LAED)RUbi, l
A dm'or. de bonis non.
Atug 27 tf 33
APPLICATION wrill b~e mae::t the next sisson
..f ihe Legislu re for' a Chart, r for a newt
ratd lrsiing fr..m DaIniel PRount. ce's. to intersect
the A ugein Roeyl-at or near Dr. .1. . lenn.ings.
A PPLICATION will be made at the next ses
sumn of the Lengish:ture to discontitnue as a
pu!e highway the A lbheville R., ad fronm .Iohn.
Chetam's, running parallel with the Plank iload
to Ei-eield Court llouse.
Aur27 Sm , 33
Superfine lHasns and Lard?
N.E W F LOUR
Souzgar az.<c. Coftee.
J UtbT receins d a fine Steck of the above Goods
Far sale by E. PENN.
:r.. 2., otf 28
Ware-House and Commission
THE Undersigned having ta
ken the Ware House situated im
nediately on the River Bank, and formerly known
is Sibley & Usher's, but more recently kept by
Ur. Thos. Kernaghan, is now prepared to take
Cotton on Storage,
mnd other produce that may be Consigned to him.
Bis rates of Storage and Commissions will be at
he usual rates charged in the place.
Receiving and Foriwarding
ttended to, and Cash advances made on produce in
Having been previously engaged for several years
n the same business, in this place, I hope to renew
a general acquaintance with my old friends and the
>ublic at large. Through industry and close appli
ution to business I hope to merit a liberal share of
>atronage. CHAPPELL WILLIAMS.
Hamburg, Aug 20, 1S56.- 4t 33
07 The Abbeville Banner. Laurensville Herald,
Anderson Gazette and Greenville Patriot will give
rour iusertions and forward bill to C. W.
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
For Sale! '
T HE Subscriber offers for sale all of his Mill
Property on South Edisto River, consisting
if the following Tracts of Land :
The Rocky Spring Place,
lntaining 4,348 Acres. Upon this place is
Sfine Circular Saw Mill, in fine working order,
rith a plenty of timber. Also, a new Frame and
Dam for a straight Saw.
The Toney Place,
,ontaining near 3,000 Acres. Upon this
lace is a good Saw Mill with a very fine body of
imber, anl several very desirable Mill seats. Also,
fine body of land adapted to the cultivation of grain.
The McTyer or Home Place,
ontaining about 3,500 Acres. This is a de
irable place for farming purposes. There are about
S110 acres of good Swamp land upon the River and
reek, about 150 of which are cleared and well
litched. Also, a good dwelling and all necessary
utbuildings, a Saw Mill and Cotton Gin running
>y water, fine orchards. &c.
L All of these places are perfectly healthy.
From all of the above Mills lumber can be rafted
'rom the dams. Persons wishing to purchase can
,et good bargains.
Apply to the subscriber at Edgefield C. H. or to
E. S. Alims on the premises.
R. T. MIMS.
Aug 27, 1856. tf 33
97 The Charleston Mercury will copy weekly
til forbid, and forward account to R. T. MI.
rHE Exercises of Mrs. McClinlock's
Scliool will be resumed on Monday the
t of September. Rates of Tuition, $5, $6 and
7 per quarter. No deduction made except for pro
Aug27 It 33
Mdgefield Collegiate Institute
POP TOUNG LAEU
IhE next Session % ill commence on the 22d
.September and continue five months. For
articulars see Edgcefield Advertiser of August 6th,
3t;, and 20th.
C. A. RAYMOND, Pats.
Aug27 tr 33
State of South Carolina.
S. P. Tompkins.
BY an Order from Chan. D)uxurs, in this case, I
1will sell at Edgefield C. 11., on the first Mon
ly in October next, the following Real Estate, viz:
The place known as the McCullough place, con
iniig Eight Hundred and Thirty (830) Acres.
ore or less, bounded by lands of Wttshington
ise, the listate of Mtoses Swearengin, dee'd., Mrs.
,undy and others.
TEus.-One third part of the purchase money
Sbe paid on the 1st .lanuary 1857-one third part
st January 1858, and the remaining one third 1st
anuary 1859, with interest on the several payments
-omt 1st January 1857. The casts of this suit will
e required in c'ash. The purchaser will be re
aired to give bond with amplle personal security
nd a mortgage on thec premises to secure the pur
ase money. A. SINIKINS, C.E.E.n.
A ug 27 6t 33
PH E STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROL[NA.
es. Bill for Foreelosure of
Mary Ilarvley, ( Mortgage of Land.
Jamies llareley, et al. J
B Y an order of Chancellor Duxxts, made in
a this ease, I will proceed to sell on the first
inday in October ne.xt, at Edgefield C. ii., the
ract of Lasnd on which lKindred l larvley lived at
lie time of is death. en ilorse Pen Creek, con
ining One Hundred (I00) Acres, more or less,
ouded by lands of Betnjamoin Ilarling, John
~ountree, - Brooks anmi othaers.
TEttss.-Cash as ti, so much as wiUl he necessa
y to satisfy the mortgag~e described and the costs
.f this suit. The balance oan a credit of tv-elve
noots from the day of sale. The purchtaser givinig
end wvith good persontal security for the purchase
noney-and to pay extra for titles.
A. SINIKNS. C.E.E.o.
Cmnm'rsOffice, Aug 23d, 1830._Ct 33
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Joel P. Ridgell and 1
Lucie Ridgel, by her next friend I
Jacob W. Pope,I
F. Mar on Pope, et al.
BY an Order fronm Chancellor Dunkin in this
case, I will sell at Edgefield C. Hi., on the
first Monday in October next, the fullowing Real
The Tract of Lnnd known as the Geiger Tract,
n Little Saluda River, containing Twoo Aundred
td fifty (250) Acres, mnore or less, bounded by
lands or Lewis Mtathis, Joshua Miller and Zedekiah
TEMs.-A credit of one, two and three years,
a equal antnual instalments, with interest anter the
xpiration of one year, except as to so much as will
necessary to pay the ensts oif this suit which ntust
be paid in casha. The purchase money to be se
:ured by bond with at least two good personal sure
ties. The purchaser also to pay extra for title.
A. SIMIKINS, C.E.EzD
A ng 23d, 1856. 6t 33
State of' South Carolina,
IN VRDIN A R.
B Y W. F. DUIIISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Ed;;e.
Whereas, .John Autrey has applied to mte for
Letters of Administraiion, on all and singular the
guds a,-d ebattles, rights and credits of Mary Autrey,
late of the Deatrict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
ringular, the kindred and creditors 01 the said dleceas
nd, to be and appear before me, at onr next Urdmnary's
Court for the sid District, io be holden at Erdgefield
D. H., on the fourth day of sptember next, to show
enu~se, if any, why the said admnmstration rnid not
Givens under my hand and seal, this 21st day of
August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-siz, and In the Slah year uf Airaori
asnIndpedene. W. F. DUJRISOE, O. E. D.
A Autgttst 27 7 2t _ 33
Brought to the Jail
OF th's District, on the 15th inst, two negro men
savs,laby til. names of .JACOB and RUF
FIN, who say'thatf they belong to Mr. David Aiken,
of Fairfiel District. S. C. dacob is about thirty
two years old, sixt feet two inches high, two fingers
cut it' of the iight hand, and of dark complexion.
Rulin is about twentty-four years old, fve feet nine
or tenl inchtes high, scar on the left cheek, and of
The owner is ra quested to come forward, prove
property pay charges and take them away, otherwise
they will be dealt wvitha as the law directs.
JAS. EIDSON sED
A ug 20, 1850 t f 32
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
A L kinds. I so, Laneets and a great variety
I.of Surgical Instruments, for sale by.
A. G. & T. J T]iGUR Drugglsts.
Land Buyers. Take Ntice,
THE Subscricer being desirous of re ing i
farming interest to a Western State, would say to
any one wishing to purchase land inibs country:
that his lands are for sale. His 'lish' consist of
two tracts. One knewn as
THE PEACH HILL TRACT,
On which he resides, lying in Newbeiry 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. J. C. Vaughan, Dan
iel Rudd, Foster Wells, Elihu Payne and others,
containing 562 acres. On this tract is a'comforta
ble Dwelling' House, Negro Houses, Gin. House,
Screw and 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.
ALSO 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 uptn
which there are no improvements. Otde 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
Egerton and others.
These lands lie almost contiguous to one another,
and can be easily cultivated from the home place. I
will sell both together, 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 make terms easy.
DRURY V. SCURRY.
Aug.13 4t : 31
New Store and New Goods.
E. PENN, Ag't.,
H AS opened, in the Store formerly occupied by
Williams & Christie, on Park IRow an en
tire NEW and Fresh Stock of
SEASONABLE SPRING& SUMMERGOODS,
to which he respectfully invites the attention of his
OLD CUSTOMERS, and the publiegenerally.
His Stock has been selected :ith gr t care and
embraces a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
SHOES. HATS. BONNETS,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES,
SADDLRY, - .
All of which he will sell on ac . modating terms.
April 9, 1856.tf 13
Cheap Dry Goods,
A S the season is far advanced, and we are de.
ternined to dispose of the remaining portion
of our Summer stock of DRY GOODS, In order to
make room for our Fall purchases, we will, for the
present month, sell at
New York Cost, For Oash.
We invite particular attention to our HOSIERY
and LONG CLOTH departments; and also to a
large lot of Marseilles and eLancaster COUNTER.
As this is a rare chance to purchase cheap Dry
Goods, we expe':t large sales, and persons will do
well to call soon and have the first selection. -
Aug. 13 tf 31.
PURIPT THE BLOODI
MOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
FREE FROMI ALL MINERAL POISONS.
TlE get popularity which MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
and P110ENIX IIITTERS have attained in consequence
of the cxtraordinary cures effected by their use, renders it
mnecessary ror the proprietor to enter into a particular
nalysis of their medicinal virtues or properties. Having
ect more than twenty years before the public, and having
the united testimony of mare than THREE MILLIONS of
et hahv be, rit sbred othat their reputation as
he Best Vegretable Medieine now biefore the public,
admits of no dispute. In almost every ciy and village In
the United States, there nire miany who areteady to testify
to their efficacy in removing dIsease, and giving to the
whole system renewed vigor and health.
In eases of SCROFULA, ULCERS, S0 VY or EEUP
'IONS of the skin the operation of the .IV IED4CINS
h truly astonishnfoften ei~g r~dy, vl
restigo of these iolsome d~ss&Wte~ alra
ifects on the blood. FEVER and GU, DYaPB&
)ROSY, PILES, and in short most all disesses, soon
yield to theIr curative properties. No family should be
without th~em, as by their timely use much suffering and
oxpese may be saved.
Prepared by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, M. D., New
lork, and for sale by TUTT & PELT/IER, Sole Agents,
August ly 80O
Stop the Murderer!
W7 E hereby offer a reward of Two hundred
Tdollars for the apprehension and lodgment in
the Edgeflid .lail of GEORGE D. TILLMAN,
who so ruthl. shly Mturdered our btother J. H.
L'ristian, on the ntight of the 21st inst.
The said Tillmnan is about 28 ye~ars of age, is about
5 feet 1 0 or 11 inehtti high, stout built, weighs be
twen 160 or 170 pounds, hts light sandy hair, blue
eyes. hitih forehead, atnd a rather broad face.
It is eatrnestly hoped tat all true citizens, both
in Carolina or elsewhiere, will use their utmost en
:btvors in bringing thtis unprincipled wretelt to jus
ace. E HI. CHRISTIA N,
T. Ml. CilRISTIAN.
]). W. CHRISTIAN,
H. W. CH RISTIAN.
July 23. 185(. t 28
1%ow Crop Izzn-Portecl
Large Globe TURNIP, 1
" Nortolk "
" Red Top " ~ .For Winter.
" Hanover, "
" Ruta Baga
White Flat Dutch "
Large Kansas, fine for sttock, For Fall.
Y ellow A berdeen or Scotch.
The above assortment hits just been received, to
gether with Late Cabbages, Collards and other
Greens for fall planting. For sale by
Augusta, Aug 11 4t 31
A LL Pr rsons concerned will take notice that 1
av ppointed Dr. James A. Devore and
Rbert Atkins my A gents and Attortres to repre
sent me in the collection of the debts due to the
Estate of John Doby, dee'd., and in all other duties
devolving upon me as admitniatrator of said deceased.
MATILDA DOBY, Adm'or.
Feb 11 tf 6
A PPLICATION will be made to the next ses*
sion of the Legislature to discontinue that part
of the reatd leading from Edgefield C. H1.to Hamburg
(known as the olid Stage Road) from its juncture
with the Three Notch road to the residence of Benj.
P. Tilman, and instead thereof to open the Ridge
road to its junction with the Pine House Road ot
the Edgefield & Hamburg Plank Road.
Aug6 3 m 30
NOW in store a lot of superfine FLOUR, ground
~from Ne w Wheat, for sale at the lowest mar
ket price, for cash, by, R. H. SULLiVAN.
June 25, tf 24_
r HE Contract for building a NEW BRIDGI
1. aross Big Horse Creek will be let to the
lowest bidder on the 10th of September next, at the
Bridge, precisely at 12 o'clock.
Plan and Specifications may be seen at the rest.
dence of T. W. Whatley or T'hos. G. Lamer unti
the day for letting...
By order of the Board of Commissioners,
S. S. WISE, Chair.
July 1 6 __ _ _ _ 8t 27
Kansas Turnip Seed,
IH AVE' jst received from my brother on Rec
Rver a large and superior lot of TURNII
SEED-commonly known in that locality as the
" Kanas Turnip." This variety is said to gros
large and sweet, and is very nutricious. The:
are the best kind of Turnip for table use and beside
are valuable for Stock. Persons wishing this varie
ty of Turnip can be accommodated by caliing o1
me, at Hamburg, or from Messrs. Durisee & Sonsa
the Ad,ertiser Oficee, Edgefield, 8. 0.
C. H. KENNEY.
amburg Aug. 6, 1856 if 30
A PPLICA TION will be madeat the next sesio
of the Legislature for a Charter of Incorpo
ration of Ridge Spring Baptist Churoh.
or The Friends of A. L. DEARING, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the House of Representatives at the ensuing
W, TaH Friends of S. W. MABRY, Esq., an
nounce him as a Candidate for a Seat in the House
of Representatives, at the ensuing election.
Er TuE Friends of DR. G. M. YARBROUGH
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the House of Representatives at the ensuing
gW THE friends of Maj. Z. W. CARWILE re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat in
the Legislature at thc ensuing election.
17 The friends of GEORGE W. LANDRUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
n the next Legislature.
ggTuE Friends or W. C. MORAGNE, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to a se-it in the House of Representatives at
the next election.
g1Maj. ABRAM JONES is respectfully an
nounced'by his friends as a Candidate for a seat in
the House of Representatives at the ensuing election.
WT THx Friends of Capt. ROBERT MERI
WETHER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
date for a Seat in the House of Representatives at
its next Session.
67 THE Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the next Legislature.
The friends of Mr. WM. GREGG, respectfully an
nounce him as a candidate for a seat in the next,
The friends of MAJ. JAMES BLACKWELL
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the next Legislature.
"r TE Friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLE
BUM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
a Seat in the House of Representatives at the en
g7 The friends of Col. M. C. M. HA MMOND
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the House of Representatives at the next election.
17 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
37 Tn. Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR. res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefleld District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WILLIAM QUATTLaUx res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
07 THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
r Edgefield District at the next election.
M. B. WHITTLE,
THOMAS 8. -REESE,
DE RICK .HOLSONBAKE,
HEDen tistr y,
T ESubscriber has opened- an
TOfile at Ryan's Hotel, whiere he
grl tedto any business pertaining
to his Profession. Allen's Patent Teeth,Crvl
ear Gnam and Block Teeth, from
Single Teeth to Entire Sette,
Put up in a style to please the most fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
cn have it done by sending in their Plates at very
. Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and eilindrical
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 tf 29
D R. 3. .1. SCOTT, having l-cated at oC
lier's. twelve miles Wi at of Edarficed C H
for the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, respecifulid
offers his services to the surrounding community, an
the public generally.
Collier's, June 4, l856. tf 21
DRS. G. M. Y A RBROUJCH & J. P. A BNEY,
Uhave this day formed a Partnership, for the
practice of MEDIClNE al SUaoERYv. No additional
charge for one consultation visit. Office at Dr.
A pril 9. 1856. tf 13
M~iY OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
Lto W. W. A dams, where I can be fou.,d at
all times. C. W. STYLES.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 15, 1856. tf I
.. JIERICA5N HO0 T EL,:,
it CENTRE STREET, HAMBURG, S. O.EL
. P. I. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
March 12, 1856. _ __ly 9
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Opposite thae Masonic Hall,
DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES,
ARE now receiving their FALL SUPPLIES,
Aconsisting of all varieties usually found in
their line. Our Goods are all made to order by the
best manufactors, and are selected from the best
Stock to be procured. Our Stock of
Plantation Brogans, Ditchers' Boots,
AND HOUSE SERVANTS' SHOES,
Are all made of the best material and in a very
gg~ersons visiting our City will find at our
Store the largest and the greatesat variety to select
from that has ever been offered in this place, and is
as good as in any other South.
H. E. CLARKE,
W. S. ROYAL.
Augusta, Aug 12, 1856. 6m 31
IN PRICE OF BUGGIES, &c.
H AVING secured the services of Mr. HUtRL.
BURT (of the well-known House of J.
Hurlburt & Co., Augusta,) to superintend the
manufacturing, we are prepared to furnish CAR
RiAGES of all deseriptions at
Five per cent less
than they can be bought in Augusta, and we hazard
nothing tn saying that we have on hand the
Of Southern made Buggies to be found South c
Mason & Dixon's Line, which cannot fall to suil
those in want of substantial work.
We are now prepared to build at short notice
Carriages and Plantation Wagons
Superior to anything before offered in this District
II7REPAIRINO attended to as usual with~
despatch. LEIGH &s TUCKER.
Edgefield, July 22 ,tf 28
"Economy is Wealth !"
OOD clean Rags of every description will be
( purchased at the "Advertiser O0fice." Price
ever body, and old bachelor's too, to make money,
Aril 18 tf 14
A PPLICA TION will be made at the next ses
slon of the Legislature for an amendment oa
the Charter of the Bamburg & Edgefield PlanI
Augo 2 m R1
T tHE Exercises of these Institutions will be re
Lumed on the third Monday in January next.
As heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart
ment of the Male Academy, will be conducted by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplished Miss A. E. ARTHUR, and
other competent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition per 8ession.
First Class, Primary Department,..........$9 -00
Second " Ordinary English Branches,....12 00
Third " Higher " " .... 15 00
Fourth" Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics,..........20 00
Frene)-, llmoroldery, Needle work, &c., usual
The Scholastic year will be divided into-tweSes
sions of five 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 montt
S. P. GETZEN, .-3
A. J. HAMMOND,
S. W. GARDNER,
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTLER, -
11. A. SHAW.
Dee 5 if 47
B ENJAMIN & GOODRICH, Broad street, op
BL.Fposite Lambaek & Cooper's, respectful an
pounce to their friends and the public, that they are
now receiving daily a choice and well selected
assortment of all kinds of FURNITURE, such as
BUREAUS, BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CHAIRS,
TETE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEADS, WINDOW SHADES, &c., of the la
test and most fashionable designs, which they guaran
tee to sell as low an 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
JPOL M A T -.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale his
VALUABLE PLANTATION, ,
situated on the Columbia Road, five E
miles east of Edgefield C. H., known as
The Naurell or Cross Road Place,
Containing Three hundred and twelv' acres, a
considerable portion of which is in a high state of
Said Tract is now in fine condition. On the premi.
ses is a commodious Dwelling House, Kitchen,
Negro Houses, Gin House and Screw, and, in short,
all necessary out buildings, good fences, &c. There
is also on the place a never-failing well of the best
water. Also, a LARGE ORCHARD of the finest
varieties of Peach, Apple 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.
g"Any 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. MURRELL.
Aug13 8t 31
The State of South Carolina.
At a General Assembly, begun and bolden at Co
lombIa on the fourth Monday of November, In
the year of our Lord oine thousand 4gqhtbundred
and fifty-five, and from thenceocontinued by divers
adjournments to the nineteenth day of December
in the same year.
A BILL to amend the fourth section of the first
Article of the Constitution of this State.
1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives, now met and sittigg in General
Assembly, and by the authority of die same : That
the amendment of the fourth section of the first
Article of the Constitution of this State, ratified on
the nineteenth day of December, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten, be al
tered and amended to read as follows: Every free
white man of the age of twenty-one years (paupers
and non-commissioned officers and private soldiers
of the Army of the United States, excepted) who
hath been a citizen and resident in this State two
years previous to the day of Election, and who bath
a freehold of f(yacres of land, or a town lot of
whieb lhe hath h~nlegally seized and possessed at
least six months bore such election ;or not having
'uch freehold or town lot, hath been a resident in
the Election District in which he offers to give his
vote, six months before the said election, shall have
a right to vote for a member or members to serve in
either branch of the Legislature, for the Election
District in which he holda such property or is so
In the Senate House, the nineteenth day of Decem
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-five, and eightieth year of the
Sovereignty and Independence of the U. States
of A merica. We certily that the above Bill has
been read ihe present~ session, three times in the
House of Representatives, and three times in the
Senate, and was agreed to by two thirds of the
ROBT. F. W. ALLSTON,
President of the Senate.
JA MES SIMONS.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Columbia, June 18, 1856
I hereby certify the foregaing to be a true copy
of a Bill entitled " A Bill to amepd the fourth aec
tion of the first Article of the Constitution of this
State," passed 19th December, A. D., 1855, and
now in this office.
Given under my hand and the Scal of the State.
W. F. AUTHUR,
-Deputy Secretary of State.
In the SENArn, December-, 1855:
Resolved1, That the Clerks of the Senate and
House of Representatives do advertise for three
months before the next General Election, A Bill to
amend the fourth setion of the first Article of the
Consitution of this State.
Resolved, That the Senate do agree with the
resolution, Ordered that it be sent to the House of
Representatives for concurrence. By order :
WM. E. MARTIN, C. S.
In the House of Representatives, Dec. 19, 1855:
Resolved, That this House do concur in the Res
olution. Ordered that it be returned to the Senate
By order: .JOHIN T.SLOAN.
The foregoing advertisement is made pursuant to
the requirements of the Constitution, under the or
ders of the General Assembly.
WM. E. MA RTIN, C. S.
JOHN T. SLOAN, C. H. R.
August 13 3m 31
TU HE Subscriber would respectfully but earnest
.Ly call on all persons owing him previous to
the 1st of January last, to come forward on or be
fore Sale day next, and if they ecannot pay all pay a
part, otherwIse I will be co.mpelled to place their
notes and accounts in the proper hands for collection.
Aug 13 3t 31
100 Negroes Wanted!
THE subscribers wish to purchase ONE HUN
.1DRED NEGROES, young Men and We
men, Boys and Girls. Any person having such
property to sell, will do well to give us information.
MERRIMON A CLINKSCALES.
Greenwood, S. C., ,1une 25, 1856 3m 24
NEW WAGON, large enough for 4or 6
Ahorseready for use-which I will sell very
cheap. Apply to the Subscriber at Murrell's X
Roads. J. A. ADDISON.
Aug 18 3t 51
Corn! Corn !
T1 H E Subscriber baa FOUR HUN1)REL
IBU REL L of -CORN for sale at *1 re
buhel. Apply to J. C. Ilamilton at mya tson.
AEZR IOANS-. nig
Tr HE Proprietors Of- th'Well
.known HOTEL beg leave to.
inform their friends and the public
generally, that the are always ready to reee
them in the BBS STYLE POSSIBLE.
Persons arriving at this Hotel msy rest assured
that they and their baggage wit! be promptly sent,
free of charge, to the Carolina Depot, or,t either
of the Georgia Depots.
We also take tiis' oportunity of retuing our
sincere thanks fur past patronage, and will useevry
endeavour to merit a continuance of the same.
There will always be on hand a good OSTLER,
and Horses left in our charge will mdet with every
attention. O. II. P.80 TT dr,0 .
Hambur, July 21, tf 9
Valuable Land for Sale -
T HE Subscriber, desirous of moving, offers for
sale his valuable Plantation, situated 19 miles
from Edgefield C. H., and within two miles of Mt.
Willing, containing 1362 Aeres.
The place will be sold the whole together, or will
be divided into the following tracts to suit purehi
The Romne Place,
Containing 735 acres, upon which there Is an excel
lent House with 6 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 iv 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 Bonham Place,
Containing 440 acres, upon which there is a com
fortable dwelling with necessary outbildings-abou
100 acres of 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-ground ; 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 see
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,
Edgeflield District. Terms of sale will be aeoomo
dating. . J. C. SIMKINS.
May 7, 1856. tf 17.
Valuable Property for Sale.
T HE undersigned, intendingto move to Georgia
in a short time, offers for sale the following
valuable property in Hamburg-tides lndlsi lable.
The DWELLING HOUSE and LOT on Market,
Corner of Snowden Street. running through to
btercer Street. The Dwelling and Kitchen are of
brick, covered with tin. On the Lot is a Carriage
House, Stable, and all necessary 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 isa new One and a half Story HOUSE, p
tered and painted.
FIVE HUNDRED SHARES Hamburg and
Edgeaeld Plank Road Stook.
The above property will be sold on accomm6da-_ 7
ting terms, or exchanged for land in Southern Gor
gla, or negroes.H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Oct 1 tf ' 38
Vilage Property for Sale.
T HE subscriber offers for sale his HOUSE
AND LOT, situated in Edgeiteld .Village,
immediately West of the Planter's Hotel. Said
Lot contains near FIVE acres of Land, and extends
from thePaibli Squart BeVerSM
1J0;ilbe disposed of on reasonable terms.
Posaission' lven on short notice.
Q it a expenditure of two or threehun
diedamdcoeuld be made cue of th moat band
some'p f6the Village. For farther particlues
gall on the undersigned. D .DRSN
April 30, 1 8566.f 16
Land for Sale,
T ESubscriver wishing to change his location
offers for sale his VALUABLE PLANTA
TION, containing -
Three Kundred k Seventy-seveAe~res
Lying on Saluda River, and adjoining lands of Win.
A. Strother, A. Clark and David Payne, near
Bozeman's Ferry, and within two or three hundred
yards of the Greenville & Columbia Rail Road.
The Tract contains about one hundred acres in
original forest, whilst the rest is under fence. One
hundred and fifty is in a high state of cultivation,
of which there is from sevenity-five to one hundred
acres of fine bottom land equal to any and surpassed
by none in the State. This plantation has good out
lets and excellent ranges for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwelling
House and all necessary plantation buildings. Also,
a Spring of never failing water.
gg Any person wishing to purchase will call on
the Subscriber who resides on the premises, and he
will take pleasure in showing them the above tract.
J. W. MAYNARD.
Nov 211tf 45
Land for Sale.
jTIHE subscriber offers for te his tract of land
Ilying tw o miles S. E. of the Pine House, adjoin
ing lands of \M. Wever, William Toney, and
FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES,
Much the lam geat portion of whie~h isin woods. On
the premises are a good dwelling house and other
necessary buildings, together with a saw-mill, all of
which is nearly new. The situation is healthy, and
the land well adapted to farming. He will take
great pleasure In showing it to any one wishing to
July 9, 1856. tf 25
A LL persona indebted to the Estate of William
.D. Thurmond, dce'd., are requested to make
payment to the undersigned. And those having
demands against the sanme will present them accord
ing to law.
PLEASA NT D. THURMOND, Adm'r.
A pril_30, 1856. tf 16
NTO Orders will receive any attention unless
. accompanied with the Calh.
S. E. BOWERS, Acm.
Jan 30 ti 3
A LL persons to whom the Estate of James
Weathersby, deceased, is indebted will pre
sent their claims, and all persons indebted to the
said Estate, will make payments to the undersigned.
W. L. ANDERSON, Admninistratesr
Nov. 21, 1855.tf 45
Wantedi Rare Chancei
GREAT INDUCEMENTS I
W ANTEDmen in every Town and County In
th nion to engage In an honorable busi
ness which pays $5 and $10 per day. No Humbug
Book or Patent Medicine Business. Full particu
laus sent free on application, pest paid, to.
D. WARNER & CO.,
18 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 20 3t
2 Good DRY RIDES, for whIch I will
.'JJ'J pay the cash.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
June 25, tf 24
ALL persons to whom the estate of JohuiL.-Mor
ris, deceased, is Indebted, will present their
claims ; and all persons Indebted to the s1 aEtast.
will make paymnents to theundrsgn' . .
Nov.21, 1855 tf - -
A LL Persons indebted to the ssbt sie hee
puaiment by the 15hejtuia '
most assuredly beomee&tp!us