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Aod Ril in. Account Current
Oect. 1, Toamounton hand this date, $335 00
Jan. 29, amount received from B.
C. Bryan, former Treas'r, S44 94
Feb. 23," amount received from W.
F. Street, for his note and .
interest, 213 65
March 7, " amount received from W.
. Durisoe, his. note and
a 1, amount from. Quattle
bum, Tax.Collector, the
asseament of 15 per. cent
made by the Board, 3041 00
Sept. 1, u amount from Jis. Eidson,
Sheriff, in part.of Brisco's
fine, 38 65
Deduct commissions on $3,389 74,
at 21percent 84 '74
Tdamount on bafid, this date, (Oct. 6,)
brought froe Cr.side,' 6267
All of which is respectfully submitted. -
CIrk and Trusurer
WE 0, RRICE & C0.,
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
Are now WELL SUPPLiED with a choiek stock of
Cloths, Cassiuieres,- Vestings,
And all other Goods for Winter wear, imjiorted
by ourselves. Gentimen leaving orders for any
article of Clothing may be assured of getting FI E
and GOOD GOODS, and made up in good and
WMY. 0. PRICE & CO-,
Drapers and Tailors.
Augusta, Oct 28 tf 42
Land for Sale,
Y Virtue of an order obtained from Chancellor
BWardlaw. I will proceed to sell oni Friday,
the 21st day of November next, on a credit of
twelve months, the TRACT of LAND known as
the Moses saunders' Tract, containing
One Hundred Acres,
More or less, being situate on the waters of Sleepy
Creek, and bounded by lande of Aron Dean, Wil
son Corley and others. The purchaser to give
bond with two adequate sureties and a Mortgage of
the premises for the security of the purchase money.
U2The Sale will take pince on the prermses.
JAMES BEAN, Trustee.
Oct-28 . 4t 42
Notice to Bridge Builders,
Scontract for building a NE W BRIDGE nerosa
Born's Creek, on the old Augusta Stage
Ros : below Horn's Creek Meeting [House, w.ll
be let on Saturday, the 1st November next, to the
lowest bidder. The contract will be let out at the
-etn HuEWASH WISE, Treasurer B. C.
Oct. 15. 3t 40
-The Subscribers have just returned
.with a fine lot of
Young Mlules and Horses,
Also, a few paiir of No. I.
All of which will be iold on tei-ni to suit purcha.
sere. Call an e'xamine.
SULLIVAN & JOUNSON.
Oct 15 . tf 40
A LL persons indebtedl to the Estate of William
'1.Vance, deed., are eairnestly requested to settle
by ihe 15th.,Fcbruary next, as longer indulgence
willinot be given. Those having demands against
Ssid Estate arc notified to render in their accdunts,
properly attested, by that time, as I intend miaking
a Guaal settlem t in the Ordinary's. Office on that
day. -- S. BROADWATER, Adnir.
Oct22 4m 41
F ROM the stables of Capt. ,lohn Lipseomb, de
eased, on Tuesday night, 7th inst., a MA RI'
PONEY, heavy built, of light-boy dtor, two hind
feet white, some white'in the faee. Betweeun 13
ii d 14 hands high,-and about 8years old.
A suitable reward will be paid to aisy one who
will deliver her, and any information~ concernn
her thankfully received.g
B. W ALDO, et. al. Ex'ors.
Oct 15, t 40
Ythe subseriber on the 9th inst., at Edgefield
Court House, or on the road leading to Rich
au~nville,.a siete, for $121.50 on James Neal,
ud.psable to $ames Mi. Richardson or bearer,
-and dated in May 1855. All persons are warned
mntkraing for said note.
e uder will be liberally' rewarded bj leavinug
tE'a 5()fi BENJ. A. JONES;.
- LBS. C OUN T RY QUR15D
9 COjust received afld for
sale 9 " oL *G .
withOmnds8810R8r of PbRC
ot. 12, By Cash paid Dr. E. J Mims
.- on House and Lot, $250 00
Oct. 15, "Cash paid G.L. Penn for
fiulding Iron railing and
- Rail Road freight, 21 67
Ot. 19, Casl paid . Lipscomb
forbthree hands, horse
and plough and work be
low Court House, 3 00
Nov. 6, "Cash paid M. Frazier for
Lock, Pitcher and repair
- ing Jail yard gate, . 6 88
Dec. 1, " Cash paid A Paul for-gla
zing in the Clerks OfM e, 1 2
- Comm'ns o6 V82 99 at
21 per cent, 7 06
186. .$289 86
an'y. 21, Cash paid W. W. Good- -
- man, for repairs on Light
* ning Rods fire places and
white washing in the Jail, 31 00
Feb. 5, " Cash paid W. F. Durisoe
S&. Son, for. Adv'ng for
sale of Store House and
publishing 'Tlreas'rs Re- 1275
eb.6, " Cash paid Edmond Penn
for work in front of C. H. 20 00
Feb. 7, " Cash paid Thos. G. Ba.
con for Bnoks, for the
Clerks Office, 24 75
March 11, " Cash paid Mrs. Martha
A. Glover for Dower in
House and .Lnt, 169 88
April 7, " Cash paid Dr. E. J. Mims
balance in Store House
and Lot, 874 25
April 12, " C;ish paid Dr. R. T.
Mima;s for Glazing and
Plastering in thu Court
Rorms, 40 00
April 13, " Cash paid S. Covar for
work on Public Pomp, *23 50
April 14, " Cash paid A. Simkins
fur hanging Iron Shut
terson the Court House, 31 00
May 6, " Cash paid N. Ramey for
Iron Gates and Locks to
Jail wall, and for wood
en Blinds. to the C. H. 68 00.
May 6, " Cash paid C. Touhey for
work in Jail yard, 50 00
May 6, " Cash paid N. Ramey for
hand railing in the Jail
and counter in the Sher
iftrs Office, 13 50
Muy 7, " Cash paid Jas. Shepherd
for work in Jail yard, . 23 75
May 14, " Cash paid D. F. Hollings
worth for Brick. 56 '70
May 16, Cash paid L. Hill, ex
penses to Charleston, 35 00
June 9, " Cash paid M. Frazier for
repairs on public Pump
a,d Park, 23 20
June 17, " Cash paid W. C. Mo
ragne for drawing agree
ment for putting on the
Slate Roof, 10 00
July 14, " Cash paid J. H. Chris
tian in part for putting
on Slate Roof, 550 00
Aug. 25, " Cash paid W. P. Butler
for work on Slate Roof 608 51
Aug. 25, " Cash paid Guy Broad
water, Adm'r. of J. IT.
Christian, bal. of con-.
h aet for putting on Slate 515
Commissions $3,207 20 a
at 24 per cent, -.80 18
$3,577 33 e
o amount on hand brought from Dr. e
side to balance, 62 67 L
LALLERSTEDT & DEMING,
AVE now on hand the largest Stoek of Ne
gro or Plantation Goods ever e
&flred in this City, (onlsistinig in part of thea
Whte Alaulgaaw 9-4 BL ANKETS, att as luw pr- 1
es as the Blue Blankets, and far- heavier.
They are the only Iluse who have Georgia 2
3ebleys best GELORG IA PL AINS, " all wool fill- a
iig." Other brands of Kerseys also on hand. la
LINSEYS, OeN ABURGS, S T R IPES and n
JEANES of every variety. Those v'isiting our 3
ity would do well to examine our Stock before pur- F
hasing elsewhere.-A mong their
Black Gro de Rhine SI LKS; ;
Fancy Broeade and Striped Pou de Soir SILK,a
varying from 621 eta to $5 per yard ;
Every variety Paris Printed Mouslin DeLains;
CALCOES, large assortmeat and varied in -
Embroideries of every description ;
Shawls " i
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmings;
" " " Flouncinas;
Hoops, Mohair, Cohores and Corded Skirts ; -
CRINOLlNE or Sardinia SKIRTING,1the la
test and most desirable article for Ladies Skirting, ~
two yards wide ;
Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS and TALMAS; ~
Brown and Bleached Homesopuns, with a large
a'tortment of Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Janes, &c.,
for Men's wear- DiprDm;sSetn,&
Linen Lawns, Daes aakSetn,&.
well assorted; t
With every variety of Goods suitable to the season,I
to which they invite the attention of all visiting our
@" Orders carefully and punctually attended to.
A ugusta, Oct 20 tf 41
Shnerifi's Sale. I
STA TE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA,
Y Virtue ot an order from the Court of Coin
mon Pleas of this District, in the following ca
ses of Domestic Attachments, viz: Stevens & Roun
tree vs. William Wren. Rouiree vs. the same. I
will proceed to sell on Saturday the first day of Nov- ,1
vember next, at the Store of Stevens & Rountree,
the following property, to wit: one Rockawiay and _
Eharness, one Side Board, one Beureau, one Clock,
and five head of Cattle. Terms of sale Cash. -
. JAMES EIDSON, 5. E. D. e
Oct. 17th, 1856, -Qte 41 -
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias, to me I
id irected, 1 will proced to sell lit Edgefield C.
H., on the lirst Muonday in Nuvember next, the fol- E
lowing property ini the following cases, viz:
W. D. .lennings vs llarriett Chamberlan;
loikins vs The Same ; Catlet Corley and others
severally vs The Same, Four Negro slaves, viz:
ig Joe, Little Joe. Phillis and Nelly.
W. W. Sale, Assignee, vs Arthur Buist ; Luther
Roll vs The Same, One Bay Mare, Buggy ad
A bsolemn Horn vs Benj. G. Ryan ; W. P. Butler
man others vs The Same, One Buggy and HIarnes..
enns of sale cash.
JA MES EIDSON s. E. P.
Oct. 20 2te 41
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fiteri Faoiais, to r
i.me directed, I will proceed to sell at.Edgefield-(
C. II., on the first Monday in November next, the
following property in the following case, viz:
Samuel C. Strom vs William Strom; Samuel (
W illiams vs Williau .Strom, Sr.; Jackson Holmes (
ztd oters severally vs The Sam", One Tract of I
and ontining Four hundred and sixty two acres,
mor or less, adjoining lands of William Prescott,
D tniel Prescott and others. a
Tennk of sale cash..<
JAMES EIDSON, s.E D. I
Oct15 3t 40 4
Y$et %$ A$ -..
O- and a lf ys wide~more beautiful in appear
ane anddurible thati ordinary: Cappeting, all
wool. Aothelotjugl received,, pie.81 ,25 r. yd.
Corner, under Glol~e .
A . f....... r on 41
FORE MA % ROI
S THE T[ME for sowing Wheat is nes
A PLOW STOCK is the BEST f
ill offer them from this date at Four Dollar
Edgefield, October 20, 1856.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
'm. S. Shadrach, and others,
Hezekiah Burnett and
BY in order from Chancellor Wardlaw, in this
B case, I will sell, at E'd'gefleld C. H., on the
rat Monday in November next, the real estate of
ames S. Shadrach, deceased, in Edgefleld District,
ontaining 600 acres, more or less, bounded by lands
.John Gardner, Seaborn Stalnaker, Nathaniel
fenderson, and others.
TERMS-A credit of one and two years in two equal
aual installments, except as to so much as may be
tseesary to pay the costs, which will be required
cash. Purchasers giving notes with ample per
nal security, and to pay extra for titles. Posses
ion given first January, 1857.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 8th. 1856. 4te 40
HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. S. Mlartin, Execuior of
Robert Martin, deceased,
John Marsh,.5M. Han- I
kinson, et al. J
Y virtue of an order from Chancelor Johnson,
in this case, I will sell, at the residence of Col.
ohn Marsh, on Wednesday, 22nd Obtober inst, the
lowing personal property-embraced in the deed
f marriage settlement between the said Jim. Marsh
d his wife Sarah-to wit: A stock of Mules.
we, and Hogs, a carry-log wagon and cirt, house
old and kitchen furniture. And on the first Mon
y in November next, at Edgefield C. 11., by virtue
an order from Chancelor Dunkin, in the same
ase-, I will sell the following real estate, likewise
braced in said deed of marriage settlement, to wit:
1st. The Lehre Tract, containing eleven hun
red  acres, more or less, bounded by lands
f the Paper Mill Company, Rambo & Walker,
ndev Wise, and others.
2nd. The Carter Tract, containing five hun
red and filty [5511 acres, more or le.s, bounded
landls of lItfus Holly, D. d1. Walker, and others.
3rd. The Ninety acre Tract, containing ninety
10] acres, more or less, on Big Horse Creek,
unded by lands of the Paper Mill Company on all
Taass.-As to the land, a credit of one and two
ears from ay of sale. As to the personal, a
edit of twelve months from day- of sale, except
ast, wvhich must be paid in cash, purchasers giving
nds with ample security, and to pay extra for
les. A. SIMKINS, C.E.E. D.
Oct 8th, 1856. 4te 40
IE STATE OF SOIUTH CAROLINA,
Jon'~ IN EQUITY.
~aah Monuaia, and others,
latilda Dobey, andl oliers.)
Y an order fromt Chaneelor W ardlaw, in this
case, I wyill sell, at Edgelield C. ]1., on the
rst Mondaty in November next, the following real
'tate of .3 'an Dobey, deceased, viz: The hoause
id lot, in the village of Edgefield, known as the
'aters Hotel, at present occupliedl by B. J. R~s an,
i.the southt -side of the publio square. The
ble's Tiract of f.and contamning three hunalred
d fo'rty  atcres, more or less, bounded by
iis of. Iharriet Lundy, F. O'Connor, Travis Till
m, and others. The Cooper Tiact, containing
0 acres, moure or less, bounded by hands of
aneis O'Connor, James Lanhamn, and other..
TER Ms-A eredit of one and two years from the.
y ft sale, except as to so much'as will pay the
st of this suit which wvill be paid in cash. Per
Iasers to. give bonds with amp'le personitlsecurity,
nd to pay extra 'for titles. Possssion not to be
iven until the first day of Januairy next.
Oct. 8th, 1856 . 4te 40
HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
S. P. Tompkins.
Y an Order from Chan. Duexxz, in this case, I
J will sell att Edgefield C. HI., on the first alon
ny in Nov. next, the following Real Estate~viz:
The place known as the McCullough place, con
iiig Eighst Hundred and Thirty (S30) Acre.
ore or less, bounded by hands of Washington
1se, the Fstate of Moses Swearengin, dee'd., Mrs.
undy and others.
Taxs.-One third part of the purchase money
be paid on the 1st .January 1857-one third part
at January 1858, and the remaining one third let
anuary 1859, with interest on the several payments
mOi 1st January 1857. The costs of this suit will
eretIred in cash.' The purchnser will be re
uired to give bond with ample personal security
ud a mortgage on the premises to secure the pur
base mone.A. S1MKINS, C.E.E.n.
Oct. 8. 4te 40
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
ames B. Floyd, and others,)
John S. Dobbins.
)Yvirtue of an order from Chancellor Dunkin,
)in this case, I.-will sell, at Edgefield C. U.,
a the -first Monday in Novemiber next. the follow
ig real estate, viz: One tract of land in Edgefleld
)istrict, on H alf Way Swamp, containing 1G4necres,
lore or less, boundedl by lands -of Elihu Stevens,
)avid Holloway, Dr. Win. Mlobley, and others, on
credit of six months, with interest from.the day of
ale, except costs, which must be paid in eah.
itle will be charged extra to the purchaser.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.M.D
Oct. 8, 1856. - 4te 40
SATIE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.Jas. C. Smyley, A Jm'or.
}Y an order from Chancellor Wardlr w, in this
L ease I will sell,at Edgefleld C. II., on the
rat Mlondiey in November next, the following real
state, to wvit: The Homestead Tract, known as the
'ross Roarls, containing Eight Hundred acres,
tore or' less, oin Mine Creek, bounded by landls of
orge Bell, Thos. Bartley, and William Daniel.
The Hlolhowaay Tract, containing Four Ifundred
00l acres, more or less. on. waters of Steven's
reek, bounded by lands of the estate of Major Jso.
, Allen, deceased, and others. Plats of which will
e exhibited on the day. of a-ale.
TEis-A credit of 'one, two and three years,
rith interest fromt the 1st day of January tidx4,1857,
twhich time posgssion will be given to the pur
baser. The purchtiser givig bonds with ample
curity to secure the purachase inobe~y, an'd to pay
itia for titles. Costs to be paid in cash.'
O ot. 8th, 1856. 4te : 40
GOOD PIANO, in perfect order.s Enqult~e
n'ot sold by the 18th list., lI will be raffled omf
nua8 n 33
r at hand, and FOREMAN'S IRON
PLEMENT for putting in small Grain, I
a and Fifty Cents. -
S. F. GOODE.
f .- 41
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN EQU1TY. -
Levi Sheally and Mary his
wife, and' others.
B Y an order from Chancelor Wardlaw, in this
ease, I will sell, on Tuesday, the 11th day of
November next. at the late residence of Uriah
Inabnet. deceased, the Real Estate of which he did
possessed, containing five hundred. acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of Jeremiah Wise, James
Caughman, Jesse Derrick,. Caleb Inabnet, and
Taas.-A credit of one and two years, in equal
annual installments. with interest an the whole from
Ist of January, 1857, at which time possesion will
be given. Cosis to be paid in cash. Purchasers
giving bond with at least two good personal securi
ties, and to pay extra for titles.
0T The sale will take place at 11 o'clock A. a.
A SIMKINS, o.B.Z.D.
October 15, 1856. 4te 41
State of South Carolina.
Samuel Brooks, Assignee, Billforforeclsure of
B Y an order from Chancellor Dunkin, in this
case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. H., 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 Louse, Black Smith
Shop and Brick Store House, containing, in the
whosle, two roods and eleven perches, more or-less.
TZass.-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 witb
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 iia 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, 1856. 4t6 40
.FOR THE -
READY MADE CLOTHIN'G
FOR THE M~ILLION.
J .NEWBY & Co., AUGUSTA, GA.,
eaenwreceiving daily from -New York, ,one
of the finest, rarest, largest and'iiisst magnificent
And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
That was ever offered South of Mason and Dixon's
Line. This is no brad exageration of veraseity, bul
it is startling truth. whioh enn be established by the
slighest enrsomry observation of our Establishment.
Call and examine our Stock.
[g Further aecounts next week.
_A "u,,a. Sept. 30, 156, 38 _$
MILLER & WARREN,
Cornier Opposite hel' Globe Hotel.
HI AV E just received a large stock of Fall and
Ii.Winter Dry Goods, of the latest importation
and most fashionable styles, cunsisting of
Flounced Embroidered Colored SILKS;
Rich Blrnale and Plnid Colored SILKS;
Fiured and Moire Antique Black SILKS;
Rih Flonneed M1USLIN DE LAIN ES;
CASHIMERES and MUSLIN DE LAINES in
BOiBAZINES, CHALLIES, ALPACAS and
Frentch, English and A mericnn PRINTS ;
ladsme Scoteh andi Freneh GING HA MS;
Rich French EMBROIDERED COLLARS and
Rich Black Lac COLL ARS and SLEEVES;
" J:'conet and Swiss BANDS and FLOUNC
nantss Embroidered W ATSTR and RO1'ES;
Ebroidered Merio CLOAKS forinfants;
Real Valenciennes. Maltese and Thread LA CES;
Reveire, Hem-stitched and. Embroidered HIDK'S:
Alxander's~ Kid and Silk GLOV ES;
Splendid stock of Gent's"
Together with an cwlleas variety of Goods usually
found in a Dry Goods Store. We wrill say that we
hae a large stock, anxious to sell, and will take
pinure in showing them to our friends and custo
Augusta, Oct. 8, 1856, tf 39
T UOSE Beautiful and IMPERISHABLE PiC
TURES can be had at
3OHN LEIGWUS OPPiCE.
They are superior in brillincy, depth of tone and
finish to any ever on'ered in this community.
LEIGH & CHALMERS.
Edgefield, Sept 30, 1856.
T HiS beautiful style of Picture so popular in both
Lthis country and Europe, can be had at
LEIGH & CHAMBERS' GALLERY,
Augusta, Ga. Persons having Daguerreotypes of
themselves or friends ean have them -Photographed
from life-size to the smallest miniature.
-LEIGH & CHALMERS.
Augusta, Sept 30, 1856. tf 38
*Gins for Sale,
DR. DURISOE, at Edgefleld C. H., is my
J.J authorized A gent for the sale of my Super
ior GURVE BR EAST COTTON GINS. Person.
wishing to purchase these Gins will please call on
hin, whio wrill furnish you with my prices, exhibit
certificates from reliable gentlemen, &c.
I wrill repair, with great promptness and despatch,
Curved Breast Gins, at my Factory, at Bell-Air,
Ga.. ten miles above Augusta. All such Gins foi
warded to Mr. Chas. Hammond. Hamburg, will be
sent to me immediately and forthwith properly re
paired and returned. Freight on the RailiRoad for
Gins, from Augusta to Bel-Air, $1.95.
Bel-Air,_Oct 11,.1 856. tf 40
I . ead-Quarters,
I0Ta REGI MENT, S. C. M.
Day CaxpOet. 15, 1856,
ORDERS, NO. -
B Y Virtue of an Order from Brig~. Gen. Warsa,
an electin will be held in the 10th Regiment,
S. C. M., on Friday the 21st November, for COLO
NEL, to fil the vacancy occssioned by the resig
nation of Col. A. J. NEAR..
..G. -WATSON, Maj.
Lower Battalion, 10th Regt. S. C. MI.
Oct 15 5t 40
SUITABLE for Court Houses,'O0licei, Passages.
J&u--noted for its durability and freedom of
noise from the tread,-1 and 1t yds wide. a
II7 All orders must be-accompan~ed with dimen
sions of- Room.
- -LALLRBSTEDT & DlEMING,
.Corner under Globe Hotel.
Amerut, Q% tfd'
CL 0 Q T HM.
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
Spublio in general, that he has just returned
from the North, after selecting from the choicest
markets a-full assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
Of the VERY LATEST STYLES, embraoing the
tasteful RAGLAN AND BUCHANAN OVERCOATSand
all articles usually kept for the outfit of .
Gentlemen, Youths. and Chilren.
In addition to which I have engsed the services I
of one of the most FASHIONABLE CUTTERS
in New York, who will be here In a few days, at
which time I will be able, if my Ready Made Stock
will not suit my customers, to manufacture for them
out of the very best material, garments, which In
point of style and elegance will compare with aV in
-I have also purchased a fine Stock of
MOT A11 SDeRS,
Which only requires an examination of their supe
rior materinl and fashion to ineuro sle.-T have se
lected, 'with areat care,- a very extefisive Stock of
Of the latest stvle.-. Also. a superior article of
Shaker and-Lamb'e Wool UNDERSHIRTS and
DR A WERR. which are particularly recommended
for Rheumatisutfi and the prevention of Colds
A great variety of a
&c., &c., &c.
W' Tt will always give me pleasure to exhibit my I
Stock to all who- will favor me with a call at my (
old stand, next door to Bland & Butler.'
Oct I t -38 -
The friends of Co. Wuz.r.zAw QUAarrs$u res- v
peotfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff b
of Edgeflield at the ensuing election.
0-7 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sherif of Edgefleld District.
M7 Tnt Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefleld District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, re.
peotfully announce him as a candidate for Sheri,
of Edge6eld District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect- p
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherij of a
Edgefield District at the next election. s
87.THz Friends of Mr. ROBERT . BRYAN '
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for. Clerk
r Edgefleld District at the next election. - 1
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 cilindrical
ade to orde.H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlemenit always at the completion of
July 30 - t f
To THE AFFLICTED,
DRU. TIJAYER, Hornaapathic Physician -Sar
Llgeon, an d Accoucheur, 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. Pleage address,
U. R. THAYER, M. D.
Ajril2 A tf 12
DRS. G. M. YARBROUG H & J. P. ABNEY, 4
hilave this day formed a Partnership, for the
ractice of MEDICIE and SURGERY. No additional -
charge for one consultation visit. Office at Dr.
A pril 9, 1856. tf .13
YIf OFFICE is now in this Village, next door C
.J.to W. W. A dams, where I can b~e fouaid at.
all times. C. W. STY LES. V
Edgcfield C. HI., Jan 15, 1856. tf 1
A LL~ those indebted to the Estate of JTohn D.a
Seigler, deceased, are hl-reby notified to make ,,
mmediate payment, and those having demands v
ginst the said Estate. are requested to render them c
in properly attested, by the 1st of January 1857, as
we desire to settle up the Estate as soon as possible. ~
M \RiIA D. SEIGLER,? Adm'rs. I
W. K. Sh~1GLER.
Oct. 8. 1856, 3m 39
L and for Sale.
T1 lIE subscriber offers at private sale untiil the
Ifirat Miondav in Nove'mber, and If not dis
posed by that day will then be put up at public out
cry, his tract of land lying two miles S. E. of the
Pin~ Uouse, adjoining lands of G. M. Wev'er, Wm.~
Toney, and oth~ers. containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES,
Much the laigest portion of which is in woods. On I
the premises ure a 3ood d wetling house and other t
necessary buildings, together with a saw-mill, all of I
which is nearly new. The situation is healthy, and a
the land wveil adapted to farming. lHe wilLtake 5
great pleasure in showing it to any one wishing to t
purchase. A BSA LOM HORNE. I
Julyt9, 1856. t f 25 -
B Y an order from W. F. Durisoc, Ordinary of ~
Edgelieldl District, we will proceed to sell at r
the late residenee of Richard Searli, de'd on t
Tuesday the 25th November next, all the personal
Estate of said deceased consistIng in part, as fol
Fifteen Likely Negroes, .
Iosehold and Kitcben Furniture, Corn, Fodder, F
Shcks. Cotton Seed, Horse, Cows and Calves, '
Hogs, Sheep, Plantation and Blacksmith tools, f
TR3:s.-AII sums of and under $10 cash,--all
ms over ten dollars on a credit of twelve months.
Purchasers will be required to give two or more
good secuiritit s. Right of property not changed
until the terms of sale are complied with ; and if
not complied with, the property to be resold at the
former purchaser's risk.c
R. F. BARRETT, Adn'os
E.8SEARLES, .t'rs t
Oct.16,1856 5t 41
BY an order from W. F. Durisoe, Esq., Ordina
.ry of Edgefield District, I will proceed to sell i
at the late residence of Mary Autrey, deceased, on
Thursday the 6th of November next, the personal s
Estate of said deceased, consisting In part, as follows: r
.* Three Likely lNegroes,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Horse, Cows, ..
ogs, S3heep, &c. &c.,
Ea.-AII sums of and under $5, cash ; slI
sums over $5, on a credit of twelve months. Pur- r
chasers to give note and approved security.
*JOIIN AUTRET, Adm'r. ~
Oct. 21, 1856, St 41 p
HAVING disposed of my interest In the Grocery
LLTrade in Hamburg, I .take this method of -
urging all pdrsons who may be indebted to me by.
note r open account, to come forward and mnake.
immediate payment. My Book's ean be fatnd at
my old stand, now oceupied by Mr. A. Burnsides.
B. S. DUNBAR.
m...m.l Ban.... -.,y S tImes'
H E N RY DLY
MOTS, SHOES A1 BROGAN1
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
00h , Q WORTH of the above Good
p US'U earully selected from the Ies
lanufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
fill be sold at very small advance on Cost.
W The Subsoriber solicits a call from his Bout
:arolina friende before purohasing elsewhere.
0- Twaas.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale,time with
pproved paper. No second price asked.
Under U.S..Hotel; Augsta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 22;.. 6m S7.
IEN'S AND BOYS FALL & WINTER
HAT8, CAPS, &PV
-LAYTON & RENNEI4Y Angues
_J Ga., respeotfully invite their country friends
ad customers to call and examine their -LARGE
d WELL SELECTED Stoek of
Ready Made Clothing
urnishing Goods, Hats, Capsqi &C.
omprisipg. every variety and style that can be
aund .in the Augusta nar-et.
They are determined to sell CHEAP, and hope
furnish good and well made articles that'wdi
W Their Store Is under- the Augusta Hotel,
here persons wishing to buy will do well to call
efore purchasing elsewhere.
A ugusta. Sept 22 15t - 37
'JHEAP .DRY GOODS!1
fall trabe, 1856.
DROSS & RORRULt
AVE just received their NEW STOCK of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
ad would call the attention of their friends and the
ablic to- the assortment. Their Stdik is VERY
;ARGE and comprises all the beat makes and
yles of Goods. and the latest nove'ties of the sea
; and as they are determined not to. be
derold by any House in the State, and
ill guarantee their prioes to be as
0%7 AS 'TOINDSWIT
'hey feel assured that an examination of thAsr
loods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pa
ronage they have hitherto received. They would
vite attention to the following:
Ldies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Fanoy Dress SILKS
French and English MERINOS:
Scotch, French and American GINGHAM8;
Enlish, French and American PRINTS.
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;'
Dress TRIMMING$, splendid variety
HOSIER Y, a very large assortment;
GLOVES, of every description;
Table LIKENS and .DIAPERS ;
NAPKINS, DOYLIES and TOWELS;
SHEETINGS and Pillow LiNENS;
Bleached and.Brown SHIR TINJGS
PANTS BTUV!PB, Tweeds, Casslmeus and
Ladies' CLOTHS, allecrs;
.Bed BLAK ET& -.
PLANNELS hicWelsh, &c;
CABBIMERE for childr'en
House Servants' iGOODBS ^.
Black Alpacas, Boimbasines, Dimities, Quilts;
FUR FRINGES;- SH AW LS,all kinds, &e.
large assortment Negro Blankets, Kerseys,.Lin)
scys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburge..
Augusta, Sept 17 .tf' 36
.. ANME RIOCA N HOTEL ?,
IIJONTRE~ STREET, EAMBURG, S. 0.
. P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprieters.
March 12,'1856. ly 9
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
RARECHANCE. FOR PURCHASERS!
PII'E Subscriber, being desirous of making a
L change in his business, proposes to sell at pri.
ate sale tbe following tracts of land.
Thae Homestead Place,
Containing 1544 acres, lying on Log Creek and
ever Dam, and joining land of Col. F. W. Pick
s Lewis Jones, Mrs. C. Landrum and others,
d within 3 alks of Edgetleld C. H. This is one
the nmost desirable l.ecations in the District, as
l for the fertility of the soli, as the healthfulness
the climate. Between five and six hundred acres
re cleared andl in a high state of cultivation; a large
art of which is fresh land, under fine fence, having
eon brought into cultivation nor more than 2 or 3
There are about two or three hundred acres of
oe creek bottoms lying on the above name
reeks, remnarkably productive, well ditched, and oi
floc quality as any in the Dlistrict. There are on
e premises a cotmfurtable dwelling* house and all
ecessary out buildings, consisting of new and eom
modious negro houses, framed and shingle roofed,
Lables. barn, Gin house, and a newv screw; a finely
nstructed fish pond, well supplied with fish, and of
This place is also well watered, Log Creek run
ing through the eastern part of it, and Beaverdami
irough the western portion, with a eufficient num
er of tributaries supplying an abutndance of water
all seasons of the year for stock ; and two fine
prings of good freestune water adjacent to the set
Cement, one on each side.
Muh the larger portion of this tract of land Is in
ative fore.st, supplied with an almost exhaustless
uantity of the finest timber, consisting of pine, colk
nd hiekory. Trhere are ten or twelve springs of good
later on tihe Beaver D)am portion or this tract of
d. Two fine orchards of selected fruit trees,
enerally young and luxuriant. This Is one of the
out healthy sections of the Distrlct, and well adap
td to the culture of cotton, corn and small graln.
The tract known by the name of
The Bruuson Tract,
L ing on the Edgefield & Chestam Plank Reed,
ix miles from Edgefield C. H. This tract is nim
roved, cntains 380 acres, and heavily timbered
rith native forests. There are on the tract 3 or 4
ne springs a nd a flne site for a residenee.
The tract known as ths
Ciper Creek Tract,
Contains 202 sorts, lying on the Abbeville road
ur miles below Liberty Hill.
Also adjacent, but not connected, the
intaining 144 acreS.
The above tracts of land are all well adapted to
e c culture of cotton, oorn and small grain.thMa
I will also sell two vacant lots adjacent to tea
i Hall in the Village of Edge eld.
Term. made easy and accommodating to purcha
rs; If desired in one,'two and three equal annual
ntalments. If desired, I will break the homestead
-act, into parcels to suit purchasers, provided.the
Thole can be sold.
ggi wvill talce great pleasure in going over and
towing the above tracts of land to any one desi,
is of purchasing.
Sept. 16th 1856 if 36
Shingles, Boards, Laths, &.,
E'HE Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Shin
L gles, Boards, Laths, Hewed Ti'mber, Posts,
als, &o., of the best material, which he will sell at
rices to suit purchasers. Persons in want of sucb
rtiels will please gall on me at my Iather's resi
m nee, about four miles East of Edgeil, C. RH.
Oct.8, 1856, - .. 3m 39
uperfine Earns and .Lardi
*geur ancI Coeb.
IUST received'a fine Stock of the abo~e Goods
Pr sal, by E1. PENIN.
. ulat., it. sn
partleuNit. - fiq--duret
Aug 27 t ;),;:3
TH? lhesO these 1. tkhq
amedon the third Mmiayia - 7
Ai'heto Mr. JAM
act. PrincipalefthtleIfale -e
The FmAle Schol w4&..
-mest of- the Male
Mr. A. P. BUTLER,
bly seecomplishe Mius A. .ad -
other competent Teschs.
Second " Ordliary E ~i
Fourth "-Oreek and Roman. LItestar
with higher Mt em4,.. .
. Frenea, Omworolde#, Neel eor
rate.. - -~
The Scholamtio year will bedes -
sions of:emveth ew i, PApilb*wjl
from the time of entering to the end ofthe
Tid op In .d -l.ki
- AR. J. OrH R, '
* ~ - 8. P AGTW~
A. P. UTLKR, ''
Dee .. afe.
HEF~ Proprietoes 'of this WAH -
inform their Mends, an t
SPerson. arrlvingat thi. Hate ay russed
that they and their beggage will be prompdy sent,
free ofebarg.o the Carolina Deoit!rto either
of the Georgia Depotsr
,Wjaid take hiop. r
sincere thanks-Ge past pasnage,and wilp*epvpy
endeavour to ,iterIt a enatinuance pf the sm...
There will alayu'be hand wnod 0
ard ?Horses leftin sr wil metwb _
attention. O . * CT? *
Hamburg, July 21;i. -
SELLING FF AT REDU VI'|I"E'.
T HE ubecriber deiron of mkig-ab e
SPLENDID:. . . .
Ass tiMent of IFMIutR re,
comprising EVERY ARTICLB ui ualy. fonad
In the motocomplete Cabinet EatmhlmbMint., atrse
pries am cannot fto- matisfy puehameis. !Owne,
now an who wan cheap and-lne FURNff'C 8,
and.eamine may 8Sto -7-- --
I sill oontine the ale of the METALIaJ(h
ROBB WOOD BURIAL'CASES -a& tamave
constanitly on hand agood- e. oWFOOD:OF.
PINB,-allishe wichIwille i adre
Oat, ay156, - -f
amine They have been .eleqted. wsh.:gs ree
ast TYnEaICR . B~n M
Stocd lowtopromp be n hi
- Emb~ciderea Mes$Dieee - - jp
- Black Alpacas, Merino. ta aI).wool DeLaines;
Fandy and Bleak Gig1sinti-adtlfes
*A very-Goe adeoriment of CWICS of the hfes
and moat fashionable mty!e's
Jaconet and Swimsslimingm and Flouneing;
Embroidered Collar. and Infant. Waiuem;
-A fine amotment of..Ladies' L. C. Haosr~i~
A lare Stock of IHosirys'ad'Gloves -
Opera flannel.; Rid and White Flabbif.j
Bleached and Drown Cotton.Flannelm;
Debage Robes -;
Sattinettm, Tweedsaand Kentucky Jean;
Rock Island Jeane and Black CSpimere.
' Negre Ciothing. -.
. Blanket., Stripe., Oanaburga, Georgia PIlti,
Lmaey and Kerseya, in greet variety.
A fine amortment of Men'., Youth. and Edye
Shoe.; Ladie. and MlsseeShoes ad Negrev~boes;
A magnificent meection~af .-: .
Hardware, Crockery ad Glass Ware,
Saddlerv anda Grocerle,
- &c., &c., &c.,
Together with an almost enidless variety of a.ry
article generally found in a Villiage Store, di of
which will be disposed of at isoni.'iing low price.
R. H. SULLIVA
Dissolution of Copgrtnernip,
T HE copartnership heretoforeeuisting between
the undersigned, under the, frm or Tam
& Burr, was, by asmtus1 consent, :dimolved the las
inet. Either party wui use the iiam' of jt 6am
In liquidation.I~ ENRT' B. TNfA YE,
-JOSHUA W. BUIT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
- The ndersigned have this..day formaed a partner
chip, for the purpose or continuing the bhsinema of
TRama & BVr at theiroldmind9S Brosistreet,
under the firm of Btrrr. Kmau ro. Tihe Grem
to date from tat inat.; and respgerfally,uolittra con
tinance of the patron. of the old:n.:
JOHN D. BUTT,
-.- JOSHUA W.' BUTT!.
Augueta, August 95, 1856.
The nudersigned, in retiring from the' GROCE
mors ta the confidence and patr-nage of h. former
customers. . HERb . TH YER -
Augnata, Angumt 25, 1856. . .
IN enseqenceof the resignation of tlie: jepSep
nc bet, there will be an electiun bit 5t
the Downer-Institute (Bedeh iland, S. C.) 5,.
Teacher and Superintendent en the fernt Tpseay
in November next. Applhcant. to he elgblfor the
snation must he capable of giving lnstracti.n in qll -
the branche, that are usually oonsidered' neeamary
to constitsate a good English education. Theppgpli
cant must also he a married man.
H. Rt. COOK,
T. W. WBHATLEY. ~
THOS. J. DAVIES.
Beech Island, Oot7,1856. 4
Brought to the JaIL
O F thim Distriot a Negro man wh'o may. hiune
I. Jiin and that he-belonga $07.~ A. Shanblin
of Charleston,So. Ca. Said Jim s abut 15 drSO
year. of age, five feet 7 Inch.. hgh~ copper'coiqr
weighing about 160 lbs The owner .te* -
come forwa'rd, prove .ei, a'eabrf and itake
him mwy otherwise he will he dealt with' seedr&g
to law.JJMES E1DSON, aLL.
July 23, 1856 if S
ALL permons to whom the estate of John L N
will make a~l to ft6L4
Nov.21.1855 . . .*- 45~
W Vby, - W---lW iOE
asadmn of lad 3Ae
ThImiao, of the very latet stleens~uma