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F6 TRON' PLOW STOCK!
S THE TIME for sowing Wheat is near at hand, and FOREMAN'S IRON
A PLOW STOCK is the BEST IMPLEMENT for putting in small Grain, I
will offer them from this date at Four Dollars and Fifty Cents.
S. F. GOODE.
-Edgefield, October 20, 1856. tf 41
Report of the Commissioners of the Poor for Edgefield District,
To his Honor the Presiding Judge:
THE Commisbioners of the Poor for Edgefield District, Report, That there was remaining in
the hands of the Treasurer at our last Report, the sum of Eleven Hundred and twenty-one dol
lars and fifty-three cents, ($1,121,53,) assuming the amount of the General Tax of the year, to
Fifteen Thousand eight hundred and nine Dollars and fifty-eight cents. ($15,809,58,) as the basis
of their estimate. The Board on the-day of January 185G, assessed a T:'x of ten per cent on
the above stated amount for the support of the Poor ot said District, from which they expected to
realize after deducting the commissions of the Tax Collector, the net sum of lil'teen hundred and
one dollars and ninety-one cents, (1,501,91.) The Tax Collector has since prepared and 1nrnishei
a statement to the Board by which it appears that the General Tax of the District collected this
year (1856), is Twenty thousand two hundred and fifty-one Dollars and forty-three cents, (20,251,
43) the assessment of ten per cent upon which amounted to two thousand and twenty-five dollars
and fourteen cents, ($2,025,14,) from which the Tax Collector deducted his commissions, one
hundred and one Dollars and twenty-six cents, ($101,26,) and paid over the balance, nineteen
hundred and twenty-three Dollars and eighty-eight cents, (191.923,89,) to the Treasurer of this
Board, after deducting nine Dollars and eighty-eight cents, (89,88) in the hands of the Sheriff,
which leaves ithe jnet amount of nineteen hundred and fourteen Dollars, ($19,14,00) in the hands
of the Treasurer of the Poor. This amount and the sum of one thousand and two Dollars and
thirty-four cents, (1002, 34,) in the hands of the Treasurer at our last Report. The Treasurer
has received from Thomas G. Bacon, Clerk of the Court, fort'y Dollars, (840.) also from A. Mile,
!or a horse, forty dollars, ($40.) Making in all the sum of twentv-nine hundred and ninety-six
Dollars and thirty-four cents, (82,996.34,) for the support of the Poor of this District.
During the year the Board has expended the following atiiount.....$1,70,45
For Comtuissions to Treasurer........................ .--36
Amount on hand..............................--------------------.91.121,53
For a more uinute account, we refer you to the Treasurer's Report, a copy of which is filed
- At the last Report of the Commissioners, there were twenty-four Paupers :hargeable upon the
District. The Board have since the last Report admitted eight Paupers to the Poor House, viz:
Polly Garner, Fredrick Martin, Pollv Wilson, Richard Tayler. Elish Turnage, Elizabeth Tnrnage,
Lewis Orendor, Henry Orendor, mA'king in all thirty-two Paupers, at the charge of the District the
ist year, and also three at the Lunatic Asylum, Columbi;', S. C.
Six have left the Poor House, viz: Henry Wever and Caroline Wever, December, 17th, 1855;
Wiliiam West, April 20th, 1856; Adam Plymale, Ma cl 8th, 1856: Hloldy Story, Mlay 21st, 1856;
S. 31lteheal, May 31st, 1856. Four have died during the year, viz : Mahoney, October 20th, 185;
Emaine Wever, December 5th, 1855: Elizabeth Bivins. Jnuary 1st, 1856; Lewis Oreinor, June
5th, 1S5G; m:aking a diminution of two Paupers at the charge of the District, and leaving three
in the Lunatic A-ylumn. viz': Mrs. Morgan. F. G. Freeman and Mrs. Foster, and Twenty-one at
the Pour llou-c, a list of whose names. aIgres, &c., are hereunto annexed.
IN THE LUNATIC ASYLUM
Mrs. S. Foster, Mrs. A. 31organ and F. G. Freeman.
AT THE PCOR HOUSE.
1 Johmn Story, 76yrsodbln. 1E.lolmd19yrso, cuac
2 Tr.Story,55 " Itni 13FMro,
3 S. Pollatty, 49 ." lid t14S le, -9 " Inr.
41 N. Rowe, 5 d~i. 1 .Llus 4 " Iitc
5 N. Mavs,53 " nfr. 111Taer
6 P. Garner, Ifr. 1 1 ety 9 " Iitc
7 S. Ply-mahe 3 eomd1 .Tr~g, 9 nim
8 WV. Plymale, 1 eI 9Eia~hT~ng,8 nim
9 P. Plymale, 0 "2M.Crc, 3 66 dit.
10 L. Weaver, 43 " Iitc I21.Dan 'J " Jtt
55 " . Witionm. 13F.Mrtn
55655.diotic |15. Loles
OcL st. alane 5o h"d 10 3nir.16 O. 12TaidAler, fr ef~ 123
Nov.7th Reciv 35o "qi Deore 2, E. T r..a~i.o
Mites, or14 l"rDeaf$. 090Elizab thirnatend e t
1656.50N" . M. Corley, fra m~~, 250
Feb.4th Reeivd 4o T.IdtG. 21, . D A .n, c, o nebse
Basard, 4 00DL-. 4 66.la.3 19i yers olrDgi rme
tleum,;'xColectr, 1,94 0 Ilna 4 3 00oie
$1 ~ iti ~ b. 1 " I. 51 I"tltg o nedroi.
.91,44 a - 6666 6 96 4 Inffr20
11. P.1 Willsoneo, orbr~g
Tota, Twntyone aupes a $theP 2o Hos.9 l f hc isg rpcfy reortod
JA31ES PooACKWttEL, C I 00s
AOtstBac on hand, $112 3Arl5 .Pn.frgoeis 5~
16, lesmfor Rushtose, or0car
tiebum,6 TaryCollector, for9c4ok
Le.,s6by0Comm'. for ree'r'g.o49 85
Oc. 6 Pi A. M iles, for haulin, 51 33
"a 5, "6 Dr. Al. G. Tebgne, for
imedical acttedn, 9 00
Jnev 4, " A. P.iler, for tnler- 250
ch1," A dizes, foron 1uhe
Jec. 4, "' Ja. Matin for bringing
tote'o louse, 3 00
6eb -6, "6 J. .. Parern, for Lngr
Mach5," teic Pauernsea, 30:0 00
"6 20, ames P.oGileon. for bring
ing hismhry trnor the
hPoor loe, 2 00
"6 21, "6 James Rutong for ear
toreao, baon and wag.
onsne, 2 00
"6 28, "6 Mark Ptherale, for cok
ing. ~~n 25 03
"6 30, "6 B.~ . Dunbar, for gro
eries. - 11 63
"6 25 " A. Miles, for hling 5 33 on
chanizen, 82 63
Ma6 5, "1 LDr. M.roW. Abner, 2 0
Jun 4, "6 .P.Btlr for nero
ebize, 120 00
6u6 7, "6 Ei. letle, for bringg 5
" " " J.c' is Parker, for Luna
tie Paupilers, 60 00
" 66, "6 James Cornle, for bring
inor 10us, 00
"2, 6" G Mar Eten for cret- 8 2
666 on tonullv, 20r 87n
"d4 " Eiz.er, nfrswn 11 2
Sep. 667. " . Fr.iDie, for ad-.k
svertiuingrpot 18 803
A" 24,u" B. S. Dunar, for pai go e
ries, 5t G3l
" 5, o " A.k is rest forully lini tfrom
A~urr, SryedHambuFr, ~ 2l03
slighty bridle. Er ".. :5,r" Ltt ishHd. nr inulenar, with goo
fork t, te lefrearand20dv00
Bruhes Brshe ~ - No i ngt Briger Builer 0
TN toe afie vrity r ain, arnsh Grin "A "n rac iry ulmgale NEr Bcook- eior
b. li n Sat nrH. Sya, t fe1 oemer-nat h
Brushes, dize, 117 by2
&..G &~~.jjEAOZ, Duggsts "j " . FAzIe, forebasck-B.C
May33 tsmi Ohin1,.18 4
State of South Carolina.
Samuel Brooks, A ssignee, Billforforeclosure of
John Leigh. Mortgage.
DY an order from Chancellor Dunkin, in this
.I case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. 11., on the
1st 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.
TER~s.-The costs 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 securities, to secure the purchase money.
The titles to be signed and sealed, 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, 1S5ti. 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
[400j acres, more or less. on waters of Steven's
Creek, bounded by lands (if the estate of Major Jno.
C. Allen, deceased, and others. rlats of which will
be exhibited on the (lay of sale.
Tzn s.--A credit ot' one, two and three years,
with interest front the 1st day of January next, 1857,
at %i hich 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.
Oet. 8th, iS50. 4te 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Win. S. Shadrich, and others,
Ilezekiah Burnett and
B Y an ord(r from Chancellor Wardlaw, in this
case, I will .ell, at Edgefield C. II., on the
first 3lomIlay in Noveinber next, the real estate of
James S. Shadrach, deceased, in Edgefield District,
containing 600 acres, nore or less, bounded by lands
of .Juin Gardner. Seaborn Stainaker, Nthaniel
Henderson, and others.
TE.s -A eredit of one and two years in two equal
annual installients. except as to so much as may be
iees~ary to pay the costs, which will be required
in eash. Purcliasers giving notes with ample per
onal security, and to pay extra for titcs. Posses
sion given first January, 1857.
A. SlalKENS, C.E.E.n.
Oct. Silt. 1. at, 4te 40
TIlE STATE UF SOL'TJI CAROIANA
M. S. Martin. Executor of 1
Rubert 31a-iin, deceased,
John larsh, M. Ilan
kinson, et al. J
BY virtue of an order from Chancelor Johnson,
in this case, I will sell, at the resildeice of Col.
-John Marsh, on Wedntesday, 22nd Obtober inst. the
followitng piersoinal property--etbraced in the deed
of marriage settlemnent between the said .1nio. Marsht
and his wife Sarah-to w't: A stock of Mules.
Cows, andt I logs, at carry-log wati and eart, house
hold aitd kitchen furniture. Attd on the first 3lont
lv in November next, at Edgelield C. 11., by virtue
f an order from Chancelor Dunkin, ini the same
ease, I will sell the following real e..tate, likewise
embrmed int said deed of marriage settlement, to wit:
Ist. The Levhre Tract, contaiining eleven htun
red |1110)1 acres, mor'e or hers. b,,umled by lands
f the Pape~r Mill Company, flambo & Walker,
Synder Wise. and others.
~ 2n'd. Theo Carter Tract, containing five hun
dred anda fifty ' acres, more or less, bounded
by latids of Itufus Holly, D). J.- Walker, and others.
* td. The Ninety acre Tract, containing nintety
90] acres, more or less, on Big H~orse Creek,
bounded by latnds of the Paper 31ill Company on all
Ter.:s.-As to te land, a credit of one and two
years from day of sale. As to the persotnai, a
e redit otf twvelvc m~otiths fromt day of sale, except
ost, whlich itlist be paid in cash, purehu:sers givitng
ionds with amptlhe security, and to pay extra for
tit.A. SI3IKiINS, e :...
Oct Sth, 185G. 4te 40
THEii~ sT1ATE OF SO[U1Il (:AIJ )[INA.
.lohn 1L. Dobecy,1
Saa 31tt is, atnd others,
Matbla Dobey, and othet s.)
en as,lI will sell, at ile'eld C. II., in the
First Momalav in November.n.xt, the following teal
estate of .I .bnt tobey, dcea.sal, viz: 'The house
,od lot, in the~ Glage~. of Ild getichl, inownt as the
Planteraas Ibite, ~ at riet e.upiel lby U. .J. 1I an,
.' the S'outht sidle of the pulie q imare. The
Nble's Tr~m-t of [.ad conta: tng thiree huitndlred
ia fort:. I 0!aeres, imore or less, bauntded by
lands of 1 ttriet Eu:aaly, F". O'Connor, Travis Till
mat, aund others. The Coopet Tiract, coantaiiing
10 acres, more or less, boutided by lanrds of
Franeis O'Coninioi, Jontes Lttanham, and othters.
IiTlrurs.-A eredit ohf otne and two years from thte
day of sale, except as to so mouch as will pay the
cost of this snit which will he paid itt cash. Pur
hasers to give bonds with amic~ personal security,
atd to p)ay extra tfor titles. Possession not to be
given untIl the tirds day ot Jainuaiy n~ext.
A. SIalKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. Stht, 1556. 4te 40
TlE STATE OF SO)UTIII CAROLINA,
S. P. Tomtpkins.
B)Y an Order front Chman. Dexium, in this ease, I
1will sell at Edgefield C. II., on te first Mon
dty in Nov. next, the folhavitng Rleal .Estate, viz:
Thme pitce known as the McCutllough place, cont
ttinig Eight hlundred and Thsirty (S3tt) Acres,
nore or less, boundled by lands (if Watshington
Wise, the Estatecof Moses Swvearentgin, dee'd .,3Mrs.
Lundy antd othters.
TEt:ts.-Onie third part of the purchtase imoney'
to' be( ptal on thea 1st January' IS557-otne third part
l.tJnur 558, and the remaitnittg oine thitrd 1st
Janury 18511, with ittteres.t Ott theseveral paaymtents
fra !st .lnur 157. The ueasts of this suit will
be euiread itt eash. The pautrchaser will be re
~uied to give Lonmd with tmitple pen;ona~l security
and( a mtuirgage uin thte premises to secure the purt
etae money. A. SIMKLNS, C.E.E.
(et. S. ~4te 40 -
TE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jaes B. Floyd, anid othters,
Johin S. IDobbins.
P)Y virtue of ant order front Chancellor Dunkin,
) itt thtis case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. 1[.,
ott te first Monay) in Novemiber next, the follow
in reatl estate, viz : Otte tract of land in Edgefield
D )istrit, on hll' Way Swaimp, containing 1 f14 acres,
mure or less, bounded lay lands of' Elhu Stevents,
D Javid Ilolloway. Dr. Win. Nlobley, anid othters, on
a credit of six mioithls, wvith itnterest from the day of
sal, except costs, which mtust bepaid incash.
Ti'tles will he charged cxtrau to the purchtaser.
A. SIMKLNS, C.E.E.D
Oct. S, l856. 4te 40
IA yING disposed oaf aty itnterest in the Grocery
ETrade in lltamburg, I tatke this method of
ttrging al l pirsons. who niay be indebted to me by
nt: or openo aceount, to come forward and make
iiadiate paymietnt. M'y Books can be found at
ty old stand, now occup~ied by Mr. A. Biurnsides.
A beville lianner copy 3~ times.
Oc.15. 3t 40NBR
Piano fo~r Sale?!
A GOOD PIANO, ini perfect order. Enquire
*at the Store of M. Frazier.:
If not sold by theo 13th inst., it will be railled off.
n0dB It 39
READY MADE CLOTHING
FOR THE MILLION.
AI . NEWBY & Co., AUCUSTA, GA.,
r. are now receiving daily from New York, one
of the finest, rarest, largest and most magnificent
And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
That was ever offered South of Mason and Dixon's
Line. This is no broad exageration of verascity,'but
it is startling truth. which can be established by the
slighest cursory observation of our Establishment.
Call and examine our Stock.
ggr Further accounts next week.
Augusta, Sept. 30, 1856, tf 38
MILLER & WARREN,.
Corner Opposite the Globe Hotel.
H AVE just received a large stock of Fall and
Winter Dry Goods, of the latest importation
and most fashionatble styles, consisting of
Flounced Embroidered Co'ared SILKS;
Rich Broende and Plaid Colored SILKS;
Figured and Moire Anti.'ue Black SILKS;
Rich Flounced MUSLIN DE LATNES;
CASHMERES and MU3LIN DE LAINES in
BOMBAZINES, CHALLIES, ALPACAS and
French, English and American PRINTS;
Handsome Scotch and French GINGHAMS
Rich French EMBROIDERED COLLARS and
Rich Black Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES;
" Jaconet and Swiss BANDS and FLOUNC
infants' Embroidered WAISTS and ROBES;
Embroidered Merino CLQAKS for Infants;
Real Valenciennes, Maltese and Thread LACES;
Reveire, Hem-stitched 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 we
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
Ambr otypes !
TIIOSE Beautiful and IMPERISHABLE PIC
TURES can be had at
JOHN LEIGH'S OFFICE.
They are superior in brilliancy, depth of tbone and
finish to any ever oiKred in this community.
LEIGH & CHALMERS.
Edgeficld, Sept 30, 1850.
P h o t ogra p hs,
H11IS beautiful style of Picture so popularin both
this country and Europe, can be had at
LEIGH & CHAMBERS) GALLERY,
A tgusta, Ga. Persons having Daguerreojtypes of
thenselves or friends can have them Photogiaphed
from life-size to the smallest miniature.
LEIGII & CHALMERS.
A ugusta, Sept '0, 1856. tf 38
BY an order from W. F. Durisoc, Esq., Ordina
ry of Edgerichl District, we will proceed to
sell on Thursday the 23d October next, all the per
sonal Estate of Daniel Boone, dee'd., consisting of
Nine Hlorscs. Corn. Fodder, Oats, &c., Twenty
ive head of Cattle, Ilogs, Sheep, one Wagon, one
Buggy, Farming utensils, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, BlIacksmith Tools. &c.
Also, at the samie time and platce will ho. sold all
thea old Corn and Fodder, which may be on hand,
Termns.--For all sums of $20 ana under cash.
For all sums bf and over $-20 on a credit of twelve
months with note's and at least two approved seen
rities. The title of the property not changed until
the terms of sale are complied with
L.1P. BOONE, A'r
P. OUZTS. .A'r
OctS 8__ 3t 39
llAureia, Oct. 4,TS6
XCOURT M ARTIA L will ho convened at the
I OLD W ELLS. on Saturday thec 25th day of
October, for thme trial of Defaulters in Militia and
Patrol Du)ty. The Court will be et mposed of the
Lieut. Col. SIIA W, President.
Capt. Posr.v, 'Capt. GaEG,,
" Win, " ~ K
"LYnIRAND, Lieut. Lomiax,
" ADDisoN, " CovARn,
" B~.unwrr, " GEN'rav,
" LxDSv, ' THIIaMoND,
F. 31. P':NN, Payimaster,
dh. C. SiJoxx.u~o, Judge A droeate.
By o.rc.e of Col. S. H ARRISON.
F. Ill. CoLI~!us, A djutant. 3
Oct.8, 3t 38____
LLTJ those indebtend to the Estate of John D.
ISeigh-r', deaesedl, are hereby notified to make
immeia~te paymenmt, and thosse having demands
against the said Estate. ate requested to render them
in properly attested, 'my the 1st of January 1857, as
we desire to settle up the Estate as soon as possible.
AI 'IIA D. SE IOLER, Ad'r
W. K. SEIGLER. a s
Oct P. 185t;, 3m 39
Land for Sale,
r flHEl subscriber of'ers at private Eale untiil the
.Lfirst Al onday in November. and if not dis
posed by that day wrill then be put up at public out
ry, his tract of land lying two miles S. E. of the
Pine Hlouse, adjoining lands of G. Mt. Wever, Win.
Toney, and others, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES,
Much the largest portion of which is in woods. On
the premises are a good dwelling house and other
necessary buildings, together with a sawi-mill, all of
whicht is nearly new. The situation is healthy, and
the land well adaptod to farming. lie will take
great pleasure in showing it to any one wishing to
July 9, 1856. tf 25
ON Sundlay night, the 5tht inst., a large long
\POC KET BOOK, containing Two Dollars
one $1 bill antd two 50 cent pieces, with a note on
John~t Bull for $30,00, witht Jas. S. litighes security.
Also, other papers we're in the Poeket Book, but
nlone ef importance. All persons arc forewarned
fromt trading for thte above-metntioned note. Any
infrimation, concerning the said Pockit Book will
be thankfully received. WM. W. CORLEY.
Oelt8 3t 39
W Ehave a large Stock of Negro Goods consis
TVting of Kerseys. Georgia Plains and Linseys,
together wiitht heavy NEGRO ULANKETS, supe
riar to any we have over h~ad, and we promise to give
any one who may call upon us, every inducementin
the way of price and quality to buy of us.
MILLER & WARREN.
Olppositc Globe Hotel, Augusta Ga.
Oct.8, tf 89
IN cnseqenceof the resignation of the present
inubnthere will be an election held at
thte Downer Institute (Beech Island, S. C.) for a
Treacher and Superintendant on the first Thursday
in November next. A ppheants to be eligible for the
situation must be capable of giving instruction in all
the branches that are usuall'y considered necessary
to constitute a good Entglish education. The appli
cant must also be a married mani.
11. R. COOK,)
T. W. WHATLEY.
T HOS. J, DAVIES. -
Deech Ishmd, Oct 7, 1856. 4t 39
Brought to the Jail.
O F this District a Negro man who says his name
is Jim and that he belongs to J. A. Shanklin
of Charleston, So. Ca. Said Jim is about 25 or 30
years of age, five feet 7 inchtes high copper color
weighing about 160 lbs. The owner is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges and take
him away otherwise lhe will lho dealt with aocording
to law.JJMES ELDSON,..sn.
Jul.,m 185 tf 28
C LO TH IG
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
Spublic 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 AND BUCHANAN OVERCOATS, and
all articles usually kept for the outfit of
Gentlemen, Youths and Children.
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, garments, which in
point of style and elegance will compare with any in
-I have also purchased a fine Stock of
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
Of the latest style. Also. a superior article of
Shaker and Lamb's Wool UNDERSHIRTS and
DRAWERS, which are particularly recommended
for Rhaumatisum and the prevention of Colds.
A great variety of
&c., &c., &c.
W1" It will always give 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 I tf 38
The friends of Co. WILLIAM QUATmLsum res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefleld at the ensuing election.
0T We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
07 Tnz Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgetleld District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
or 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 candidato for Sheriff of
Edgefield District at the next election.
7 TnE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
or Edgefield District at the next election.
D e n t is 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 Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and eilindrical
made to orde.H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 if29
TO THE AFFLICTED,
D'R. THIAYER, HoammopathiC Phyuiciun, 8ar
LJgeon, anad Accouc/heur, late of Philadelphia,
now located No 217, Broad Street. Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
Chronic diseases. Visits made at a distance on the
most reasonable terms. Please address,
II. R. THAYER, M. D.
DRUS. G. M. YARBROUGH & J. P. ABNEY,
have this day formed a Partnership, for the
practice of MeCNE and SURGERY. No additional
charge for one consultation visit. Office at Dr.
A pril 9, 1856. ifE 13
M~fY OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
L.Lto W. iW. A dams, where I can be fou.id at
all times. C. W. STYLES.
Edgefield C. HI., Jan 15, 1856. tf 1
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
. rt B.A.IZ !.
RARE CHANCE FOR PURCHASERS!
'IIE Subscriber, being desirous of making a
cLhange in his business, proposes to sell at pri
vate sate the following tracts of land.
Thne Homestead Place,
Containing 1544 acres, lying on Log Creek and
Beaver Dam, and joining land of Col. F. W. Pick
ens, Lewis Jones, Mrs. C. Landrum and others,
and within 3 miles of Edgefield C. HI. This is one
of thme miost desirable locations in the District, as
well for the fertility of the soil, as the healthfulness
of thme climate. Between five and six hundred acres
are cleared and in a high state of cultivation ; a large
part of which is fresh land, under fine fence, havinig
been brought into cultivation not _more than 2 or 3
Trhere arc about twvo or three hundred acres of
choice creek bottoms lying on the above name
creeks, remarkably productive, well ditched, and at
as fine quality as any in the District. There arc on
the premises a comfortable dwelling house and all
necessary out buildings, consisting of new and com
modious negro houses, framed and shingle roofed,
stbes, barn, Gin house, and a new screw: a finely
constructed fish pond, wvell supplied with fish, and of
This place is nmso well watered, Log Creek run
ning through the eastern part or it, and Beaver dam
through the western portion, with a sufficient num
ber of tributaries suppilying an abundance of water
at all seasons of the year for stock ; and two fine
springs of good freestone water adjacent to the act
tlenent, one on each side.
Much the larger portion of this tract of land is in
native forest, supplied with an almost exhaustless
quantity of the finest timber, consisting of pine, oak
and hickory. There are ten or twelve springs of good
water on the Beaver D~am portion or this tract of
land. Two fine orchards of selected fruit trees,
generally young and luxuriant. This is one of the
mot healthy sections of thme D)istrict, and well adap
ted to the culture of cotton, corn and small grain.
The tract known by the name of
The Brunson Tract,
Lying on thte Edgefield &s Cheatam Plank Road,
six miles from Edgefield C. H. This tract is unim
proved, centains 3E0 acres, and heavily timbered
withm native forests. There arc on thme tract 3'or 4
fine springs and a fine site for a residence.
The tract known as the
Ciper Creek Tract,
Contains 202 acrts, lying 'on the Abbeville read
four miles below Liberty Hill .
Also adjacent, but not connected, the
containing 144 acres.
The above tracts of land are all well adapted to
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 Edgefield.
Termm made easy and accommodating to purcha
sers ; if desired in one, twvo and three equal annual
instalments. If desired, I will break the homestead
tract, into parcels to suit purchasers, provided the
whole cnn be sold.
ggI will take great pleasure in going over and
showing the above tracts of land to any one desi
rous of purchasing.
JOHN H. HOLLINGS WORTH.
Sept. 16th 1856 tf 36
Superfine Mamns and Lard!
Bsugar anc Coffee.
J UST received a fine Ptock of the above Goods
tFor sale by E. PENN.
July. 23, ir 28
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WORTH of the above Goods
I 30,00 carefully selected from the bei
Every Description in the Trade,
Will be sold at very small advance on Cost.
W The Subscriber solicits a call from his Sout)
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
WV TEaxs.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale,time wit)
approved paper. No second price asked.
Under U.S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 22, 6m 37
EN'S AND BOYS FALL & WINTER
HATS, CAPS, &C.
C LAYTON & KENNEDY, Augua
Ga., respectfully invite their country friendi
and customers to call and examine their LARGE
and WELL SELECTED Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c,
Comprising every variety and style that can x
found in the Augusta market.
They are determined to sell CHEAP, and hope
to furnish good and well made articles that wil
gW Their Store is under the Augusta Hotel
where persons wishing to buy will do well to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Sept 22 15t 37
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
H AVE just received their NEW STOCK o
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
and would call the attention of their friends and th4
public to the assortment. Their Stock is VERI
LARGE and comprises all the best makes and
styles of Goods. and the latest novelties of the sea
son; and as they are determined not to be
Undersold by any House in the State, ani
will guarantee their prices to be as
They feel assured that an examination of theii
Goods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pa.
tronage they have hitherto received. They wouli
invite attention to the following:
Ladies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Fancy Dress SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Scotch, French and American GINGHAMS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;
Dress TRIMMINGS, splendid variety;
HOSIERY, a very large assartment;
GLOVES, of every description;
Table LINENS and DIAPERS;
NAPKINS, DOYLIES and TOWELS;
SHEETINGS and Pillow LINENS;
Bleached and Brown SHIR TINGS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Cassimers ani
Ladies' CLO THS, all colors ;
FLANNELS, Red, white, Welsh, &ce
C ASSIME R ES and PL AIDS, for children
House Servants' GOODS;
Black Alpacas, Bomubazines. Dimities, Quilts ;
FUR FR INGE S; SH AW LS, all kinds, N.
A large assortment Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Lin
scys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburga.
Augusta, Sept 17 - . . if 36
. AlE R I iN HOTEN,.,
EJ.OENTRE STREET, HAMBURG, S. o.UI
0. P. H. SCOT T & CO. Proprietors
March 12, 1856. ly 9
Dissolution of Copartnership,
T HE copartnership heretofore existing betweei
the undersigned, under the firm of TnAYzi
&i Buvr, was, by mutual consent, dissolved the is
inst. Either party will use the name of the firs
in liquidation. HENRY B. THAYER,
JOHN D. BUTT,
JOSHUA W. BUTT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
The undersigned have this day formed a partner
ship, for the purpose of continuing the business c
TAYERL & BUv'r at their old stand, 282 Broad streel
uder the firm of Bu'rr, KNIGnT & Co. The firn
to date from 1st inst.; and respectfully solicit a eon
tinuance of the patrons of the old (im.
JOHN D. ,BUTT,
JAMES L. KNIGHT,
JOSHUA W. BUTT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
The undersigned, in retiring from the GROCE
RY B3USINESS, cheerfully recommends his succes
sors to the confidence and patronage of his forme:
ustome.HENRY B. THAYER.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
Sept. 30, 1856, 3m 38
EWi FALLTAN D WINTEll
TH Susriber is now receiving his Stock c
FallandWinter Goods, whiel
he invites his friends and customers to call and ex
amine. They have been selected with great ear<
as to STYLE and CHEAPNESS, and will be
sold low to prompt paying and cash buyers. In hi
Stock may be found a fine assortment of
Plaid, Black and Morselale SILKS;
Gala Plaids ; French Merinos, in alt colors ;
Plain all wool DeLaines;
Figured DeLaines and Cashmeres ;
Embroidered Me'riuno Dresses ;
Black Bombazines and Challies;
Black Alpness, Merinos and all wool DeLaines
Faney and Black Ginghams and Calicos ;
A very floe assortment of CLOAKS of the lates
and most fashionable styles;
Jacnnet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing ;
Embroidered Collars and Infants Waists;
A fine assortment of Ladies' L. C. Hankerehiefs
A large Stock of 11osiery and Gloves ;
Opera Flannels; Red and White Flannels;
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannels;
Sattinetts, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans ;
Rock Island Jeans and Black Cassimecres.
Blankets, Stripes, Osnaburga, Georgia Plains
Linsys and Kerseys, in great variety.
A fine assortment of Men's, Youths and Boyi
Shoes ; Ladies and Misses Shoes and Negro Shoes
A magnificent selection of
Hardware, Crockery and Glass Ware
Saddlerr and Groceries,
&e., &c., &e.,
Together with an almost endless variety of ever)
article generally found in a Village Store, all e
which will be disposed of at astonishing low prices
R. H4. 8ULLI VAN.
Octi1 tf 38
Ladies and Misses Cloaks k Talmas,
J UST received by E. PENN, Agent, a largi
assortment of Ladies and Misses Cloaks as<
Talmas, of the very latest styles and patterns.
Shingles, Boards, Laths, &c,
T HE Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Shin
gles, Boards, Laths, Hewed Timber, Posts
Rails, &e., of the best material, which he will sellsa
prices to suit purchasers. Persons in want of anel
articles will please call on me at my Father's resi
dece, about four miles East of Edgild C. H
ct. 8, 1 856,3 m 39
FALL AND w' I 0I
HE Bubscriber has just received at his Old
To which hinvites his f'iends and the publeat
la to call and examine for the-es. Among
which may be found
lored Kfrom $1 to $3pr yarl
Flain and Figured Muslin DeLanes;
French and English Meris;
A fine lot of Eariston Ginghams;
English and Amernican Prnts;
A fine lot of Tweeds, Casulmeres and SatInst. fr
Men and oys wear;
A large Stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls;_
Hate and Cape of every variety ;
A very heavy Stock of Kere, Linsys and
A large assortment of Negro Shoes, of every de
Also, Men's, BoysLadies, Misses and Children's
Shoes of every variety and style ;
Groceries, Hardware and Crookery,
With every other article usually kept in a Dry
Goods Store. n. . BRYAN.
N. B.-All those Indebted on Notes and Ae
count will please call and settle, as prompt payment
alone enables me to sell cheap.
Oct 8 tf 39
FALL AND WINTER GOODS;
GENTLEMEN AND YOUTHS WEAR.
J UST Received and still receiving a well seleed 7
Stock of Ready Made Clothing,
which I hope from my experience in the trade, will
enable me to give satisfaction to those who may f(
vonr me with their patronage. I also have my usu
al Stook of
Cloths, Cashmeres and Vestings,
which will be made to order in the latest STYLES,
and at the shortest notice. Thankful for pat favours
and hope for a continuance of the same.
Oct. 1, 1856, tf 8
THE Proprietors of this well A& .
X known HOTEL beg leave to
inform their friends and the public
generally, that the are always ready to receive
them in the BEST STYLE POSS1BLE.
Persons arriving at this Hotel 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 for past patronage, and will use every
endeavour to merit a continuance of the same.
There will always be on hand a good OSTLER,
and Horses left in our charge will meet with every
attention. 0. H. P. SCOTT & CO.
Hamburg, July 21, tf 29
THE Undersigned respectfully
tenders his services to his country
friends in the STORING and SALE of COTrON
and OThIER PRODUCE, and Receiving
and Forwarding lerchandize.
He has the Warehouse recontly occupied by C.
H. KENNY, which is decidedly the most prefera
ble in Town, being comparatively secure from
FLOODS or FIRE.
He proposes to Store Cotton at 10 cents per bale,
per month, and not to exceed 50 cents per bale for
07 He will continue the sale of Merchandise at
his old Stand, where he will be pleased to see his
feriends the ensuingseason.
am ur g. Sea. DELPE.
Hamburg, Sept 22, tf 37
SELLNG OFF AT REDUCED PRICES.
T HE Subscriber desirous of maing a change
in his business of'ers forsle his LARGEand
Assortinent of Furniture
comprising EVERY ARTICLE2 usually fonia
in the mostcomplete Cabinet Establishment.,atsiieb
prices as cannot fail to satisfy purchaser. Combj
now, all who want cheap and fine FURNITURE,
and examine my Stock.
I still continue the sle of the METALIGn
ROSE WOOD BURIAL CASES, and also have
constantly on hands aoo lot offrWOODC0F
FINS, alsizes, which Iwilsl amderate res
Oct. ,1856, ,if 3
Edgeleld Collegiate Institute
7Om. TourTO ZA~ZZZ
T EnetSession will commence on .the 224.
TSepemer and continue five months. For
priuassee Edgefield Advertiser of August 6h
t1th and 20th.
- C. A. RAYMOND, Patx.
T HE Exercises of these Institutions will he re
smed on the third Monday in Janur next.
As heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. TELEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depat
ment of the Male Academy, will be conduced by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly aecomplished Miss A. E. ARThUR, and
other competent Teachers.
ates of Taitin per lessiorn.
First Class, Primary Deatent,.........900
Second " Ordinary Elish Branches,... .12 00
Thirn " Higher " ....15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematies,...........20 00
Frenec-, amoroidery, Needle work, &e., 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 at from
$8 to $10 per month.
S. P. GETZEN,
A. J. HAMMOND,,
r S. W. GARDNER,
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTL.ER,
H. A. SHAW.
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
A s the final order for the settlement of the Es
tate of C. J. Glover has passed, I have only to
say to the Creditors of the Estate, don't be inashur
ry good folks, you shall all have a good 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 better be In a
hurry good folks, or the boat might leave the ferry
before you get there.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adm'r.
Sept. 30th 1856, 4t 38
ALL persons to whom the estate of John L. Men
A1 rim, deceased, is indebted, will preset their
claims; and all persons indebted to the said Estate
will make payments to the undersigned.
W. L. ANDERSON, Admistrator.
Nov.21. 1855 if 45
AAGood DRY HIDES, for which I will
2,000 pay the cash.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
June 25, tf 34
ALL prsons indebted to the Estate of Levi
-11 Newb, deo'd., are hereby particularly reus
ted to settle te same as early as practieable,as ln
r indulgenecannot be given. These having claims
against aid Estate, are notified to render them in .
properly attested aanearly date.Sdmr
Oct. 8, 1856 3m* 39
rUHE STORE HOUSE, next East of R. H. Sal
Llivan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, castaining
three rooms below, one above, and a good oeller.
THE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and corn-.
taning about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining C. L;Rhfa
R. T. AIMS.
Oct 2 v
English D .Cheese.
JUST reciedbyr altttg
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