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The Subscribers have just returned
with a fine lot of
Young Mules and Horses.
Also, a few pair of No. 1.
jM .A T C : 3 | E' O'E4.9 3 95
All of which will be sold on terms to suit purcha
sera. Call an examine.
SULLIVAN & JOHNSON.
Oct 15 t 40
Gins for Sale.
D R. 1URISOE, at Edgefield C. II., is my
e authorized Agent for the sale of my Super
ior GURVE BREAST'COTTON GINS. Persons
wishing to purchase these Gins will please call on
him, who will furnish you with my prices, exhibit
certificates from reliable gentlemen, &c.
I will repair, with great promptness and despatch,
Curved Breast Gins, at my Factory, at Bell-Air,
Ga., ten miles above A ugusta. All such Gins for
warded to Mr. Chas. Hammond, Hamburg, will be
sent to me immediately and forthwith properly re
paired and returned. Freight on the Rail Road for
Gins, from Augusta to Bel-Air, 81,25.
Bel-Air, Oct 11, 1856. tf 40
THAVING disposed of my interest in the Grocery
IL Trade in Hamburg, I take this method of
urging all persons who may be indebted to me by
note or open account, to come forward and make
immediate payment. My Books can be found at
my old stand, now occupied by Mr. A. Burnsitles.
B. S. DUNBAR.
Abbeville Banner copy 3 times.
Oct. 15. 3t 40~
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias, to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
C. H., on the first Monday in November next, the
following property in the following case, viz:
Samuel C. Strom vs William Strom; Samuel
Williams vs William Strom, Sr.; Jackson Holmes
and others severally vs The Same, One Tract of
Land containing Four hundred and sixty two acres,
more or less, adjolning lands of William Prescott,
Daniel Prescott and othera.
Terms of male cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.E.D.
Oct15 at 40
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
James B. Floyd, and others,
John S. Dobbins.
BY virtue of an order from Chancellor Dunkin.
Bin this ease, I will sell, at Edgefield C. II.,
on the first MonIday in November next, the follow
ing real estate, viz: One tract of laud in Edgefield
District, on Half Way Swamp, containing 164 acres.
more or less, bounded by lands of Elihu Stevens,
David Holloway, Dr. Vi. Mobley, and others, on
a credit of six months, with interest from the day of
sale, except costs, which must be paid in cash.
Titles will be charged extra to the purchaser.
A. SIMKINS, C.E E D
Oct. 8, 185G. 4te 40
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, William Dozier hath applied to me for
Letters of Administration de bouis non on all and sin
gular the goods and chattles, rights ard credits of
James Dozier late of the Di-trict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred arid ereditors of said deceasedi,
to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court fur the said District to he holden at Edgen id
C. H. on the 22nd day of October inst, to show cause,
if any, why the srid Administration should not be
Given under my bhind and seal. this eighmh day of
October, in thae yea.- of our Lord one rhonusanod eight
hundred and fifty-six and in the Eighth-first year of
Ameica Inepeden . F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
October 14. 2t 40_
State of South Caroiilna,
IN' ORDINA RY.
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary ci Edge.
- Whereas, ' en Crouch hath applied to me for
1Ttters of Ada irilion, on all andi smngular thie
goos anid chtattle,', rights and credits of Jamnes
boie late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonisht all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ortdinary's
Cour t for the said Distriet, to be hoIaaen at k.dgetield
C. H., on the 22nd day of Octob~er inst, to show~
cause, if any, why the said admmnistration should not
Given under my hand andl seal, this seventha day of
October, in the year of our Lord one thocusandaleigtt
hundred and fifty-six, and in the 81st year of An.ea
can Independence. IV .DRSEO .la
October 14 2t_
State or South Carolina,
BY W. F. DU RISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edlgefiel
WhraD.Robt W. Brackenridge haath -prplied to
me for Letters oaf Administration on all and 'imgular
the gos and chattles, rights and credits of Ilugh R'
Brackonaridge late of the Distract aforesaid, deceansed.
Trhese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of thre said deceas
ed, to he and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Court for the sa:d District, to he hiolden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 22nd day of October inst., to shaow
cause, ifany, why the said administration should not he
Given under mylhand and seal, this 7th day of Oc
tober in the year ofomur Lord one thousand eight laiti
dred and fifaysix, and in thte 81st year of A merican
Independence. W F. DURISOEl, O. E. I.
October 14.2 40
T HIE undersigned htavintg removed
their stock of Sheet Music and
luusicaxl Instruments to Rome, Geo.,
beg leave to return, to the citizens of South Caro
Jina, their sincere thanks for the liberal patronnge
bestowed, and to inform those still in want of Pianos
that we still keep a stock of Pianos
in Augusta. which we willisell at unprecedent
ed low rates. Those wanting Pianos, will find it
greatly to their advantage to write to us, as we wanr
rant to please in prices, and quality of instruments.
ST Orders or inquiries ad dressed to us at Angus
ta or Rome, Geo., will meet with prompt attention.
. A. A. CLARK &SON.
or A. A.CLARK &SON,
June 28, tf 23
Piano for S!ale?!
GOOD PIANO, in perfect order. Enquire
L.at the Store of M. Frazier.
If not sold by the 13th inst., it will be raffled off.
Oct 8 It
IN consequence of the resigrtaion o.f the present
teincumbent, there will be an electioan held at
teDowner Institute (13eeaek Island, S. C.) f.'r a1
Tencer and Superintendant on the first Thtursdayv
in November next. Apheantts toa be eligible for~ the
situation must be capable of givintg in~sta taction iaa all
*the branches that are usually considered necessary
to constitute a good English education. The app'i
cant must also be. a married man.
II. R. COOK,
T. W. WIIATLEY.
TROS. J. DAV IES.
Beech Island, Oct 7, 1856. 4t 39
O N Sunday night, the 5th inst., a large long
POCKET BOOK. ca ntainting Two Dollars
one $1 bill aind two 50t cnt pitees. with a n..te oan
John Bull for $Z0,00J, with Ja.S. Iluighesiseeurity.
Also, other papers were in the Pocket Book, but
none o'f importance. All persons are forewarned
from trading for the aba.ve-nmentit'ned note. MAy
informiation concerninag the saiid rocket 1bo00k wil
be thankfully received. W.M. W. COR LEY.
Oct 8 _3 S 39
WE have a large Stock of Negro Goods consis
Vt ing of Kerseva. Georgia Plinn and Linseys,
together with heavy 'NEGRO BLANKETS. supe
rior to any we have ever had, and we promise to give
any one wtho may tall upon us, every inducemrentin
the way~of price and guality to buy of us.
MILLER & WARREN.
bpptosite Globe Hotel, Augusta Ga.
State of South Carolina.
Samuel Brooks, A ssignee, Billforforeclosure of
John Leigh. kMrtgage.
B Y an order from Chancellor Dunkin, in this
ease, I will sell, at Edgefield C. 11., on the
i"t Monday in November next, the following real
estate, viz: A lot of land in the village of Edgefield,
known as the Bushnel Carriage Shop, including
the Carriage Shop, Lumber House, Black Smith
Shop and Brick Store House, containing, in the
whole, two roods and eleven perches, more or less.
TERms.-The coqts and one half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the residue on a
credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond with
approved securides, to secure the purchase money.
The titles to be signed and mealed, but not deliver
ed until the said bond be paid-and if the said bond
be not paid when due, the Commissioner will re-sell
the premises at the risk of the former purchaser.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 8, 185G. 4te 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jas. C. Smyley, Adm'or.
B Y an order from Chancellor Wardlr.w, in this
case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. I., on the
first Monday in November next, the following real
estate, to wit: The Homestead Tract, known as the
Cross Roads, containing Eight Hundred acres,
more or less, on Mine Creek, bounded by lands of
George Bell, Thos Bartley, and William Daniel.
The Holloway Tract, containing Four Hundred
(400] acres, more or less. on waters of Steven's
Creek, bounded by lands of the estate of lajor Jno.
C. Allen, deceased, and others. Flats of which will
be exhibited on the day of &ale.
Tr,3is.--A credit of one, two and three years,
with interest from the 1st day of January next, 1857,
at which time possession will be given to the pur
chaser. The purchaser giving bonds with ample
security to secure the purchase money, and to pay
extra for titles. Costs to be paid in cash.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Opt. 8th, 1856. 4te 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wm. S. Shadrach, and others,
Ilezekiah Burnett and
BY an ordtr fiom Chancellor Wardlaw, in this
case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. II., on the
first Monday in November next, the real estate of
James S. Siadrach, deceased, in Edgefiell District,
containine 600 acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of John Gardner, Seaborn Staltaker, Nathaniel
Henderson, and others.
TEanms -A credit of one and two years in two equal
anual installments, except as to so mneh as may be
wtmessary Tb pay the costs, which will be required
in cash. Pureha.*rs giving not-s wi'h ample per
sonal security, and to pay extra for titles. Posses
sion given first Jatnuary, 1857.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 8th. 1856. 4to 40
TlE SrATJ OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
IN E QU1 TY.
I. S. Martin. Executor of 1
Robert lartin, deceased,
John MaIsht, M. Han- I
kinson, et al. J
B y virtue of an order from Chiancelor Johnson,
in this ease-, I will sell, at the residence of Col.
John Manrs-h, on Wednesday, 22nd Obtobe.r inst, the
ollowing personal property-embraced in the deed
f marriage settlenment betw een the said Jno. Starsh
md his wife Sarah-to wit: A stock of ales,
ows, aind Hogs, a carry-log wacon and eart, house
ld andl kitchen furniture. And on the first Alon
dav in November next, at Edgefield C. ii., by virtue
f an order fromt Chancelor D~unkin, in the same
(-as,, I will sell the fullowing recal estate, likewise
mba aced in said deed of marriage settlemntt, to wit:
1st. The Lehre Tract, contaiining eleven hun
rcd [II 00] acr-es, morec or less, bonnmded by hands
of thme Paper Mlill Company, lanmbo & Walker,
vdev Wise, and others.
~2n'd. The Car-ter Tract, containing five hun
dred and fifty [55(0] acres, moure or lenS, bounded
lands or hRufus Holly, 1). J.- Walker, and others.
~3rd. The Ninety acre Tract, contaiining ninety
(.01 acres, moore or less, on Big Itlorse Creek,
ounded by lands of the Paperin Mill Company on all
TRns.-As to the landI, a credit of one and two
years from da:y oif sale. As to the personal, a
redit oaf twelve mionths from day of sale, except
ost. which nmust be paid in cash. purchasers giving
otnds with amiple security, and to pay extra fur
titl.A. 831KINS, e r..E.D.
Oct 8th. 1856. 4te 40
'1iE STA TE O F SOUTil CAJR U L NA.
EDG E FI EI) ) ISTR ICT.
.lahtn L. Dtbey, '
Sarah Mlorris, titmd others,L
Matilda Dobeya-, andi othais.J
Y in oraler lfrom Chelaaar Ward'aw, ini this
case, I will s-ll, at Edgelield C. 11., 'an the
first Mondaiy in November ne-xt, the- ltllowing real
estate of Ji-shn I )abey, de-ceasedl. viz: 'Te house
and lot, ini the village of .Edgefield, known as the
P~latrs Hoteli, at present occupjiedl by 11. J. Ryan,
n the south side of thme public square,. The
Nobles Tract ofl Land contamning three hundred
and forty [:1401 tacres, more or less, bounded by
lands -f lI arriet Lundy, F. O'Conntor, Travis Till
ain, andl others. The Cooper- Tract, containting
:t0 acr-es, more or lass, bounded hay hinds of
Fracis O'Conunor, Jamecs Lamnhiam, andl i-thers.
Tas.-A credit of onte and two yeat-s from thme
day or sale, except as to, so miuelh as will pay the
ost of this suit which will bae paid itt cash. Pur
chasers to give baonds with atmpte persontal seurity,
amd to pay extra for titles. Possession not to be
gi-e until the first damy of January next.
A. SIMKINS, c.E.5.D.
Oct. 8th, 1850. 4te 40
l'E STATE OF SOUTH CAlROLINA,
S. P. Tomptkins.
B Y an Order from Chan. Duxst, in this ease, I
will sell at Edgefield C. 11., ott the first Mon
dty in Nov. next, the following fleal Estate, viz:
he place known as the McCullough place. con
aitnig Eight Hundred and Thirty (830) Acres,
nt~r or less, bounded by lands of Washington
Wise, the Estate of Moses Swearecngin, dee'd., Mrs.
Lundy tad others.
TEtuis.-One third part of the purchase money
to be paid on the 1st .January 1857-one third part
1st January 1858, and the remaining one third 1st
Jattuary 1859, with~ interest on the several payments
from st January 1857. Thte osts of this suit will
be required itt eatsh. The purchsaaer will be re
uirea taa give bond with amiple personal seenrity
ad a moargage on the parenmises to secure the patt
eae mtone.A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 8. 4ite 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN CH ANCERY.
Corige T. Eve,)
Anna L. Eve.
P )Y' at order frmn Chancellor Wardilaw in this
1. ease, I will seil in 1l-uah Islantd, (Edgefield
D)istrit,) on Tuesday 21st October next,on the premn
ises, the following i-eal estate, viz:
One Tr-act of land conttaitning by resnrvey 270
acres, knaown as the upper moiety oaf the llorse
Sl- tract, formerly ownead by George L. Twiggs,
de'd., adjoininmg hands of Dr. George Twiggs, A.
J. I htamblo:.:nd others.
TEt~-Onte third cf th'e purchase montey to be
ptaid on 1st .lananuary 1857: one-tltirdl 1st January
1883, anal the remainfing one-third 1st .Jantuary 185A,
with iterest on the whole from 1st ,Jattuary 1857,
at which time possessioit will be givena. Costs to be
paid it cnsh on day of stale. Purchasers will be re
uired to give bonds with at least two coed person
al sureties, and to pay $3 extra foir titles..
A. SI MKINS, c. E. S.D.
Sept. 27th 1856i. 4t 38
A T.A DY wishes to obtain a situation in :rSemi
nary or in a private family to teach Music, the
Ornamettals, and thme more solid branches of an
English -education, with Freneh' Recomnmenda
MILLER & WARREN,
Corner Opposite the Globe Hotel
H AVE just received a large stock of Fall an
Winter Dry Goods, of the latest importatioi
and most fashionable styles, consisting of
Flounced Embroidered Colored SILKS ;
Rich Brocade and Plaid Colored SILKS;
Figured and Moire Antique Black SILKS;
Rich Flounced MUSLIN DE LA IN ES;
CASIMERES and MUSLIN DE LAINES it
BOMBAZINES, CIIALLIES, ALPACAS ani
French, English and American PRINTS ;
Handsome Scotch and French GINGHAMS;
Rich French EMBROIDERED COLLARS anI
Rich Black Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES:
" Jaconet and Swiss BANDS and FLOUNC
Infituts' Embroidered WAISTS and ROBES;
Embroidered Merino CLOAKS for Infants;
Real Valenciennes, Maltese and Thread LACES
Reveire, Hem-stitehed and Embroidered HDK'S
Alexander's Kid and Silk GLOVES;
Splendid stock of Gent's "
Together with an endless variety of Goods usually
found in a Dry Goods Store. We will say that w<
have a large stock, anxious to sell, and will take
pleasure in showing them to our friends and custo
Augusta, Oct. 8, 1856, tf 39
FALL AND WINTER GOODS1
T HE Subscriber has just received at his Ol
Stand-the Brick Store-a very heavy Stock o
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
To which he invites his friends and the public al
large to call and examine for themselves. Among
which may be found
Fancy Colored SILKS, from $1 to $3 pr yard;
Flain and Figured Muslin DeLanes;
French and English Merinos;
A fine lot of Earlston Ginghams;
English and American Prints;
A fine lot of Tweeds, Cassimeres and Satinets for
Men and Boys wear;
A large Stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls;
Hats and Caps of every variety ;
A very heavy Stock of Kerseys, Linseys and
A large assortment of Negro Shoes, of every de
Also, Men's, Boys, Ladies, Misses and Children'i
Shoes of every variety and style ;
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery,
With every other article usually kept in a Dry
Goods Store. B. C. BRYAN.
N. B.-All those indebted on Notes and Ac
count will please call and bettlc, -s prompt paymeni
alone enables me to sell cheap.
Oct 8 tf 39
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
A bsalon T. Hodges, and his wife Peition.
Julia, and John 11. lughes. I
TOTrICE is lereby given that the Tract of Land,
. belonging to the petitioners, Absalom T. Hod
ges and wife, situate in Edgefield District, and con
taining Two hundred anl forty-six (246) acres
one hundred of which in cultivation, the balance
good woodland-will be sold by order of the Court
of Equity, on Friday the 17th October, 1856-the
sale being made for the benefit of the parties in in
07 Terms made known on day of sale.
J. 11. HUG H ES, Trustee.
N. B.-I will also sell on the same day, at ti
residence of Capt. A. T. Ilodges, that defirable
Plantation (on which Mrs. Sarah loor formerly lived)
containing 655 Acres,
Situated about nine miles West of Edgelicid Court
House, on the watetsa of Turkey and Log Creeks.
There is a good Dwelling Hlouse and out build
ings on the premises. Also, a G rist Mlill with a ftll
shre ofr cust.'m.
I wiil also seil at the same timie and place, Mr.
Ilodgs' llouseho~ld and litehen Furtniture, Plani
tation Tools, crop or Corn, Fodder, Oris, Stock a
Cattle. hloes. &c.
II Terms made known on the day or rale.
J. H. hIUG UE~S, Trusta
Oct. 8, 1850, 2t
VALUABLE REAL EST'
RARE CHANCE FOR PURCH'
'VlE Sub~scriber, being desirous
ebcange in his business, propoaes to
vate sale the raolloiwing tracts of land.
The Homsestead Plnce,
Cotaininig 1544 acres, lying on Log Creek aind
Beaver D~amt, and joining land of Col. F. W. Pick
e, Lewis Jlones, Mrs. C. Landrum antd others,
and within il miles of Edlgelield C. IH. This is one
o the moiast desirable locations in the District, s
well for the rertility~ or the soil, as the hea'thfuln'ess
of the elimate. Between five and six hundared acres
re eared anh1 in ai high state of euhtivationt ; i latrge
iart of which is fresh land, under line fence, hanving;
been broughat itito cultiv:ion not miore than 2 or3
Ther e are aibout two or tharee hundred acres of
elhoic creek bottomns ly ing oan the ab~ove name
reks, ten:uakabaly paroductive, welt ditehed, andl or
as line quaality as a'ny in, the . )istrict. There are onl
the( priemi~ssa aa..aforitable dwelling hotuse andt sall
ti-essary aunt hailding~,, conitsting~ of' new uad com-~
modious negruo haoses', framted :iand shingle roafed,
stabs. harn, Gini haause. aind a tecrew : a finely
con lstretedh fish pond. well sui'plieda with fish, and of
This place is also well wateredl, Lo'e Creek run
~ing through thec easte:na part of it, :md~ Beaver d:aun
through the western portion, with, a suflicient num
her or tributaries spplying an abundane of water
at all seatsons oaf the yesar for stoc(k tandl two, hint
springs of good freestaone water adjacenit to thec set
tleenct, one on each side.
Much the larger portion air thais tract of land is in
native forest, suippliedl with ant almiost exhaustless
qantitiy of the linest timtber, conmsisting of pliac, osuk
and hickory. There are ten or twelve springs of good
water on the Beaver Dam puortion of this tract oi
land. Two fine orchards of seleted frnit trees
generally young and luxuriant. This is one of the
most healthy sections of the Distriet, and well adap
ted to the culture of cotton, corn and small grain.
The tract known by the name of
The Brunasoni Tract,
L ing on the Edgehield & Cheatam Plank Road
six miles fronm Edgefield C. H. This tract is unim
proved, ecuttails 360 acres, and heavily timberet
with native forests. Trhere are on the tract 3 or4
fine springs and a fine site for a residence.
Thu tract known as the
Ciper Creek Tract,
Contains 202 aerts, lying on the A bbeville road
faur miles below Liberty Hill .
Also adjacent, bitt not connected, the
containing 144 acres.
The above tracts of land are all well adapted t<
the culture of cotton, corn and small grain.
I will also sell two vacant lots adjacent to the Ma
sonic Hall in the Village of FEdgetield.
Termts made easy and accommodating to putrcha
Isers ; if desire~d in ne, two and three eriaa annur
instuinenits. If desire4 I will break the hiomestead
tract, into parcels to suit purchasers, provided th
wvhole can be solhd.
gg"-l will take great pleasure in going over an
showing the above tracts of land to any one desi
runs of purechasing.
J011IN H. HIOLLJINGSWORTHT.
Sept. 16th 1856 tf -30
Land for Sale,
T IlE subscriber offers at private sale untiil th
first Mondany in November, aind if not lis
posed by that day will then be put up at public Out
cry, his'tract of land lying iwo miles S. .E. of the
Pine Hoause, adjoining lands of G. M. Wever, Wm
Toney, and others, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES,
Much the largest portion of which is in woods. O0
the r ie tare a good dwelling house and othe
neesaiy bauildiings, together with a saw-mill, all
which is nearly new. The situation is healthy, and
the lad well adapted to farming. Hie will tak
great pleasure in showing it to any one wishing t
July 9, 1856. tf _____ 25
Shingles, Boards, Laths, &c.,
Tj E Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Shiv
gles, Boards, L.aths, Hewed Timber, Posta
Rails, &e., of the best material, which lie will sell
rice to suit purchasers. Persons in want of suel
rticles will please call on me at my Father's resi
devce, about four ilehs East of Edgefeld 0. I.
n O a.8O 3. S S
G. N. ELDREDS
SOUTHERN SHOW I
The Largest and Best Establishment in the
CONSISTING of OVER TWO HUNDRED
MEN and HORSES, the best Performers,
the best Band, and the finest trn.in of Horses now
travelling in America. Will exhibit at Leesville
October 21st, and at Edgeneld C. H., Wednesday
G. N. ELDRED proclaims to the South that as
a return for the generous patronage that has ever
crowned his efforts to please, he has this season
THREE GREAT SHOWS,
And engaged the world-renowed FRANCONI
HIPPODROME TROUPE to appear in eonjune
tion with his splendid Animal Exhibition
and Great Southern Circus.
CLOWNS, Sam Long John Peterson,and the grea
American Clown and Shakespeare Jester, Jimmey
LADY EQUESTRIANS, Madame Franconi,
Mme. Robinson and Mble. Henrietta.
Mons. FRANCONI, the great Hippodrome Per
former, and his two celebrated horses, Bayard and
.ohnster, W. ODEL, the Comic Rider and great
Double Summerset Thrower, C. MORRISON will
astonish the audience by his contortionist perform
ance on a chair erected on a p6le thirty feet high,
held and supported by Mions. Hessin, Master James,
the Champion Equestrian of the. South, Vandean
Brothers, by Hesler and Jennings.
Mons. COSTELLO, the great Globe Performer,
W. JOHNSON, the Slack Rope Performer.
Juveniles of the Company, Master JOHN and
Leader of the Band, C. VOLLANT, which is
sufficient guarantee for the excellence of the music.
A man Walking on the Ceiling head down, b-.
means or the scientific application of the principles
of adhesion, by G. N. ELDRED.
Master JOHN ROBINSON in his superb Prin
cipal A ct; Juveniles of the Troupe in Pantomine,
Ballet, Dancing, Comic Afterpices, &c., are among
the grand features of this exhibition, making in all
the most attractive and interesting entertainment
and the best Fifty Cent Show ever offered
to the people of the South. .
S.A1. H ENDRICKS, A gent.
OctS8 2t: 39
i is startling truth,. which can be established by the
shghest eurs'iry observation of our Establishment.
Call and examine our Stock.
[F Further accounts next wecek.
Augusta, Sept. 30, 1856, tf 38
Tj 'IlOSE 1eautiful and IMPERISUABLE PIC
T URPS~ ein be had at
JOHN LEIGH'S OFFICE.
They are superior in brillianey, de~pth of tone and
fiih to any ever oillered in this conmmunity.
Eilgelieh~l, Sep~t 30, & CI56.US
Pho at ogra phir,
rjalII.S heantiful style or Picture so popular in bioth
this country and Europe, can be had at
LEIGH & CHAMBERS' GALLERY,
Augutsta, Gaz. Pier.-ons hiaving Daguerreotypes of
them,,selves or friends enn lhave them Photographed
from life-size to the smiallest miniature.
JLlGll & CIIALMERS1.
A ugusta, Sapt 30, 1856;. if 3S
)Y an order from WV. F. Durisoc, Esq., Ordia
) ry o'f Edgetield District, we will proceed to
selt on Thursday the 23d October next, all the per
Isonal Estate of Daniel Boone, dee'id., consisting of
Nine Hforses, Corn, Fodder, Oats, &c., Twenty
five head of Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, oine Wagon, one
Bugy. Farnming utensils, Htoushold and Kitchen
Furnitur", Blacksmith Tools, &c.
AL~w, at the same time and place will be sold all
the old Corn and Fodder, which may be on hand,
Trms.-For all sums of $20 and under cash.
For all sums .f and over $20t on a credit of twelve
months with notes and at least two approved seau
rities. Th le title of the property not changed until
the termis of sale are complied with
L. P. BOONE, , dr
P. OUZTS. Ad 0r
OctS 3:S 39
7T REGIMENT S. C. M.
HA auao, Oct. 4, 1856.5
ORDE RS No. 3.
A COURT MARTIAL will be convened at the
OLD WELLS, on Saturday the 25th day of
October, for the trial of Defaulter. in Militia and
Patrol Duty. The Court will be ecimposed of the
Lieut. Col. SH A W, President.
Capt. Posay, 'Capt. GRLEOo,
aWAn, " Cix
"Lvsaaso, Lieut. LOMAN,
" ADDoIsoN, " COVAR,
4 ]3ARTLE-r-, " G uN-raY,
"LINDsaY, . '. THURasoND,
" SuIAw, I" Divims.
E. Ms. Pss, Paymaster,
J. C. MlcDoxN4.an, Judge Advocate.
Uly order of Col. S. H ARRISON.
F. M. CoLEMAN, Adj utant.
Oct. 8, 3t 38
T HIE STORE HOUSE,nlextEast of R. H.Sul.
liven's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, containing
ithree rooms below, one above, and a good cellar.
THE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and con
Itaing about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining C. L. Refo.
.R. T. MIMS.
Ot 2 3338
A Ltoeindebted- to the Estate of John D.
Seigler, deceased, are hereby notified to mnake
immediate payment, and. those having demandi
Sagainst the said Ebiate,are regnested to render themi
hii properly attested, by the 1st of' January 1857, as
-we desire tsettl-u A .t8e assoon aspossble.
, W. K.8EKIG3R..
na a8 1an0.. . -03
:E W .A" "M" ."WR
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
public in general, that he has just returned
from the North, after selecting from the choicest
markets a full assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
Of the VERY LATEST STYLES, embracing the
tasteful RAGLAN APD BUCHANAN OVERCOATSand
all articles usually kept for the outfit of
Gentlemen, Youths and Children. i
In addition to which I have engaged the services
of one of the most FASHIONABLE CUTTERS
in New York, who will be here in a few days, at
which time I will be able, if my Ready Made Stock
will not suit my customers, to manufacture for them
out of the very best material, gaiments, which in
poirt of style and elegance will compare with any in
-I have also purchased a fine Stock of
n@@T A-E LES
Which only requires an examination of their supe
rior material and fashion to insure sale.-I have se
lected, with great care, a very extensive Stock of r
Mmmea mnldl @Matpog
or the latest style. Also, a superior article of
Shaker and Lamb's Wool UNDERSHIRTS and
DRAWERS, which are particularly recommended
for Rheumatisum and the prevention of Colds.
A great variety of
&e., &e., &e.
Fr It will always Live me pleasure to exhibit my
Stock to all who will favor me with a call at my
old stand, next door to Bland & Butler.
Oct t t 38
The friends of Co. WILLAx QuATrLKux res
pectfully announce him as a Canaidate for Sheriff 1
of Edgefeld at the ensuing election.
IT We are authorized to announce LEWIS.
JONES, Esq., as a canidaite for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
07 Tun 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- 1
fully announce him as a candidate for Sheriff of
Edgefield District at the next election.
g7 TnE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk I
or Edgetield District at the next election.
D e n t i s t r y.
T HE Subscriber has opened an
Office at Ryan's Hotel, where he
will attend to any business pertaining
to his Profession. Allen's Patent Teeth, Curvilin
ear Gum and Block Teeth, from
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
Put up in a style to please the most fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
can have it done by sending in their Plates at very
Dentists' Gold and Silver tilate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round andl eilindrical
made to orde.R. PARK ER.
N. 1.--A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 tf 29
have this day formed a Partnership, for the
practice of MEDiImE and SURGERY. No additional
charge for one consultation visit. Ofilee at Dr.
A pril Ji, 1856. tf 1_3_ t
iY OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
.Lto W. W. Adams, where I can lie fou.id at
all times. C. W. STYLES.
Edgetield C. HI., Jant 15, 1856. if 1
a AD E RI CA N H OT EL, ::
n OENTRE STRlEET, HAMflUEG, S. O
. P. i EiiCOT'T & CO. Proprietors.
March 12, 1856. I y 9
WT E. EGG, wnnl~l say to his friends and,.
V. tepublic generally. that he~ has enteredl
into the Faally'GrIocery) Bulsines4s, andii
has an hand and will conitinue to keep :all the arti'les
usually kept in such an establishment. Ilis Stock
consists in part, as follows :
Brown Sugar, lasses,
Crushed dto ,W~est India Molasses,
Pulv'd do lWhite Wmie Vinegar,
io and Java Co(Tee, Cider do
~vvry variety of 'Teas, ~Sperm & Adamanti-ne Can
Gallon, half Gallon andg dIes,
Quart Pickles, ~ Culgates Soaps,
Tomato & Walnut Keteli- Fancy do
up, Colgates Pearl Starch,
Geniiire English Mustard,iCasteel Soap,
Prepared do Nuts anid Almonds,
Mustard in Tin Boxes, :Suds, Butter, and Sweet
Spice. of every descriptiont Crackers,
Fresh Hulled itice, ~ Fresh Sardines, Salmon,
Sack Salt, t Lobsteru, Clams, Mackerel,
Table do 'Oyaters-alI Hermitically
Currants, Several fine brands of Alei
Citron, and Porter,
Tobacco and Segar', Fine assortment of Fruits
Best Quality of Syrup Mo.i in Brandy,
He has also selected from the best Ilouse in Char
leston, a thorough Stock of SYR UPS, COR
DIALS, WINES and LIQUORSof the very beat
Brands, which will be sold on the most aceommoda
ting terms, by the quart and larger quantities.
Sept. 30th 1856, tr 38
Dissolution of Copartnership,.
THE eopartnership heretofore existIng between
the undersigned, under the firm of TIKuYEa
& Bu'rr was, by mutual conrent, dissolved the 1st
inst. Either party will use the name of the firm
in liquidtion. H ENRY B. TH AY ER,
JIOUN D. BUTT,
JOSH UA W. BUT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
The undersigned have this day formed a par tncr
ship, for tlw purpose of continuing the business of
TAYE & Bu-rr at their old stand, 282 Broad street,
under the firm of Bu-r-r, Ktmoirr & Co. The firm
to date from 1st inst.; and respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the patrons of the old f.
JAMES L. KNIGHT,
,JOSLIUA W. BUTF'.
Augusta, August 25, 1850.
The undersigned, in retiring from the GROCE
RY BUSINESS,echeerfully recommends his succs-.
-sore to the confidence and patronage of his former
customers. HENRY B. THAYER.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
Sept. 30, 1856, 3m 38
Brushes, Brushes I
IN Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
king Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crumb,
Dusting and Hair Brushes and Combs-Flesh
Brushes and Hair Gloves-Nail, Toothand Shaving
Brushes, &o. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggusts.
May 23 - ~tf 19
English Dairy Cheese.
J.UST rceivd~b E,.ENN, Agent-,a otof very
.spe~n ng llhair Cheese. ..
t i -t 8
H E N R Y DAL Y,
00TS, SHOES AND BROGANS!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'Af 1/[\ OWORTI of the above Goods,
P U1UUU carefully selected from the best
anufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Vill be sold at very small advance on Cost.
gr The Subscriter solicits a call from his South
arolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
gW Trauis.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale,time with
proved paper. No second price asked.
Under U. S. Hotel, Auzusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 22, 6m 37
IEN'S AND BOYS FALL & WINTER
HATS, CAP, &C
D LAYTON & KENNEDY, Aug4,
J Ga., respectfully invite their country frienia
nd customers to call and examine their LARGE
nd WELL SELECTED Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
'urnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c.
omprising every variety and style that can be
und in the Augusta market.
They are determined to sell CHEAP, and hope
furnish good and well made artioles that will
0' Their Store is under the Augusta Hotel,
here persons wishing to buy will do well to call
efore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Sept 22 15t 37
FALL TRADE OF 1856..
W ILLIAM H. CRANE, Augusta Georgia, is
now receiving his Stock of FANCY and
TAPLE DRY GOODS, to which he respect
1ly calls the attention of the public. His Stock
ill be Large and Varied, comprising all
tieles in the Dry Goods line perttiining to PLAN
'ATION and FAMILY use, besides a large
Assortment of all the Novelties
Dress and Fancy Goods. As he is now doinA
siness on the CASH principle,he is enabled to offer
d all Goods will be sold at the very lowest prices.
lease call and look before purchasing elsewhere.
rhe following Goods have just been rceeived the
New Goods Received Weekly.
French and English Merinos, all colors,
Coburg Cloths, at very low prices,
New Style French DeLnines,
Satin Striped Poplin,
Plaid and Striped Silks: benutiful styles,
Black Silks, very low,
Extra Plaid Cashmeres,
Cloth Cloaks and Tahnas,
Velvet Ribbons, all kinds,
Belt Ribbons and Dress Buttons,
Satinetts, Tweeds and Cassimeres,
Prints, Ginghams, Linseys, Kerseys,
Blankets, Shirtings, Sheetings, &c. &c.,
South--side Broad Street, a few doors below the
Jnited States Hotel.
A ugusta, Sept. 30th 1856__f_38
ni . guru m.. 1.\ .. 1 r
fhey feel assured that an examination of their
Joods will ensure a continuation of the i beral pa
ronage they have hitherto received. They would
nvite attention to theo following:
Ladies' DR ESS GOODS ;
Black and Fney Dress SILKS;
French and Eniglish MERINOS;
Scoth. Firenchz and Amierican GINGHAMS;
Enelish, French and A metienn PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, nil kinds;
Dreas TRIMMINGS, splendid variety ;
HOSIERY, a very large aan~-rtment ;
LOVES, of every de~seription;
Irish LINENS ;
Table LINENS and DIAPERS ;
NAPKINS, DOYLIES and TOW ELS;
SlEETiNGS and Pilinev LINENS;
B~lehed and |Irow SH IR TINOS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Caisimeirs- and
Lds' CL OTHS, all colors;i
FL A NVNELS, lRed, white, Welsh, &c.;
CASSM RES and PL AIDS, for children:;
louse Servants' GOODS;
Blnek Alpnens, Rombazines. Dlimities. Quilts;
FUR FRINGES; SH AW LS,all kinds, &c.
large assortment Negro Blanke'ts, Kerseys, Lini
seys5, stripes5, Phiids anid Osa burgs.
A ugst'ni Sept ._ t .36
IEW FALL AND WINTER
H-E Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of
1Fall and WVinter Goods, which
c invites his friends and customers to call and ex
ine. They have been selected wvith great care
isto STYLE and CIIEAPNESS, and wilt be
old low to pronmpt paying and cash buyers. In his
stoek may be found a fine assortment of
Plid. Black and Mlorselnle SILKS:
Gala Plaids; French Merinos, in all colors ;
Plain all wool DeLnines;
Figured Detaines and Cashmeres;
Embroidered- Merino Dresses;
Black Bombazines and Challie ;
Blok Alpacas, Merinns and all wool Detaines;
Fany and Black Ginghams and Calico.;
A very fine assortment of CLOAKS of the latest*
and most fashionable styles;
Jaconet and Swiss Triumings and Flouncing ;
Embroidered Collars and Infants Waists;
A ine assortment of Ladies' L. C. Hlankorchiefs;
A large Stock of 11osiery and Gloves;
Opera rhunnels; Rled anid Whte Flannels;
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannes;
Sattietts, Tweeds and Kentucky Jcnns ;
Rock Island Jenns and Black Cassimeres.
Blankets, Stripes, Osnaburga, Georgia Plains,
inseys and K~erseys, in great variety.
A fine assortment of Mlen's, Youths and Boys
Thoes ; Ladies and Alisses Shoes and Negro Shoes ;
A magnificent selction of
ardware, Crockery and Glass Ware,
Saddlerv and Groceries,
&c., &c., &c.,
rogether with an almost endless variety of every
rticle enerally found in a Village Store, all of
whieh ill be disposed of at astonishing low prices.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
Octi tf 38
Ladies and Nisses Cloaks & Taimas,
JUST received by E. PENN, Agent, .a. lat'ge
assortment of Ladies and &lluses Cloaks and
Talma, of thie very latest styles ana patterns.
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Jesse
Limbeeker, dec'd., arc earnestly requested to
make ineiate payment,. and. those- haing de
inands against the said Estate, will present them
popely attested.0G. ... LANDIRUM,.
.Adua'er,.ea o .
A ugrr ..t 3
FALL. AND -Wfl3LtODAIM
G E N eitN "AN 4 UTI ER
TUST. Received and still receiving a well selected
Stock'of Ready Made C0letlwig,
whichjihope. from my experiene; inJbe trade-will
enable me to give satisfaction to those who may fa
vour me with their patronage. 1-0so have my usa
al Stock of
Clotba, CashmaeresF audVi ,
which will be made to order in the latest STYLES,
and at the shortest notice. Thankfuii fr past# ours
and hope for a continuance of the same.
Oct. 1, 1856, tf - 8
'TIIE Proprietors of this well -
known I OTEL beg leave to
inform their friends and the publio.
generally, that they are always ready to rtceive
them in the BEST STYLE POSSIBLE,
Persons arriving at this Hotel may rstiasur'ed
that they and their baggage will be promptly sent,
free of charge, to the Carolina Depot, or to e1er
of the Georgia Depots.
We also take this opportunity- of returning eur
sincere thanks for past patronage, and will wrevery
endeavour to merit a continuance of-the same
There will always beoon hand a'good-OSTLER,
and Horses left in our liarge willnieif *tlevery
attention. o. H.1P. SCOTT &.CO.
Hamburn, July 21, -t 'A29
THE Undersigned respetfally
tenders his services to his country
friends. in the STORING and SALE of COTTON
and OT11E. - PRODUCE. and tReceiving
and Forwarding lerchandize...
He has the Warehouse recently ocoupied b C.
H. KENNY, which-i. decidedly the'most-piera
ble in Town, being comparatively: seeure fom
FLOODS or FIRE. . - - . m
He proposes to Store Cotton at 10 cents per ble,
per month, and not tQ exceed 50 cents per bal,for
37 He will continue the sale of Merchandise at
his old Stand, where he will be pleased"to see him
Mends the enslngseason.' --
R- . DEEPU.
Hamburg, S.pt 22,' 37
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED P4108.
T HE.Subseriber desirous of'making a change
- in his business 6ffers for sale his LARGEbind
Assortment of Furniture,
comprising EVERY ARTICLE usnaay. found
in the most complete Cabinet Establishmnts,aitsuch
prices as cannot fail to satisfy purchasers. Come,
now, all who want cheap and line FURNIT'URE,
and examine my -Stock.
I still continue the sale of the METALLIC and
ROSE WOOD BURIAL CASES. and also have
constartly on hand a good lot of WOOD COF
FINS, all sizes, which I will sell at moderate prices
-.-,JOHN M. %1TT.
O6t. 1,1856, ' tf - 38
"HUZZA FOR BUCHANAN! 1"
Look ir E ckyb y..
T HE Subscribers are just receiving from Phila
Ldelphia and New York the MOST SPLEN
DID assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Caj 't Bags, Trunks k Umbrellas,
Eve offered in this market.'
Also, a superfine, large.. and AvcIl se)ie a it of
Ready Made Clothin~
Of the Latest Style add ek. iate
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue m~ this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines, &e. SAf
iceeit to say, we have the F.JL LEST and
MOST COMPLE TE Stoek. ever
offered in this place.
Edgefleld C. H., May 23 tf -1
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
F'OR TOUNG LAD220h
TIMIE next Session w'ill commence on the 22d
.September and continue five monthis. For
particulars see Edgefield Advertiser of August 6th,
13th and 20th.
C. A. RAYMOND, Parx.
Aug 27 tf 33
TI HE Exercises of these Institutions will be re
.sumed on the third Monday in January next.
Aa heretofore, Mr. JAMES .L. L.ESDaEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary -'~ejart
ment of the M~ale Academiy,.will se'condueled by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, aesisted by the learned and
highly aecomplishied Miss A. E. ARTHIUR,'and
oter competent Teachers.' -
Rates of Tuition per Bossion.'
First Class, Primary Department,........$9 00
Second " Ordinary Eniglish Branches,..12 00
TI.ird " Ihigher " " . ... 15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature~
with higher Mathematics,...........20 00
Freneh, ,amorodery, Needle work, &c., usual
The Scholastic year will be divided into two Ses
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 att from
8 to $10 per month.- -
- S. P. GETZEN!;
A. J. HAMMOND,
S. W. GARDNER,- -n
- - J. C. PORTER,' - 8
A. P. BUTL.ER,
11. A. SHAW.
DecS f _ 4_
Notice to Debtors & Creditors,
A S the final order for the settlement of the Eu
tate of C. J. Glover has passed, I have only to
say to the Creditors of the Estate, don't be inn hur
ry good folks, you shell all have a goud time. "The
boat wont leave the ferry before you get there.
And all those indebted to me as Administrator,
or on my individual account, you had bette~rbe in a
hnrry good folks, or the beat fnight leave the ferry
before you get there. -
.JOHIN RAINSFORD,. Adm'r.
Sept. 30th 1856, 4t . / 38
A LL erSst0 whom the estate of Johm i,.'Mor
ris, deceased, is indebted, will present their
claims ;and all persons indebted to the said.Estate
will make payments to the undersigned.
W. L. ANDERSON, Administrator.
Nov.91, 1855 tf 45
2 000 Good DRY HIDES, for wIe will
Jun e225,t(1 2f4
Superfine Dams and La !
Buzgar ane con.
J UST rectin.d a fie Stock of the aboWiGoodu
For sale by . PENN.
July 23, tf - 8.
-Newby dec'd., are herib es
ted to settle the same as early~a r ~ ~ tg
er indulgence cannot be gtilesi. mhpa~~ns
against said Estate; ale n'otlfe gs ie ~ in