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Repor0tr Of the'CnniMRRsa0E
TO His Honor, Presiding Judge 4
3ildgefield District-Fall Term
THE ComissxosiERs oF RoADS AND BRIDGES:
..-That at a meeting of the General Board, he
January, 1855. It was ascertained that.the sun
1 necessary to defray the current expencies of
in building Bridges,.Repairing &c., and for the 1
eral Board assuming the. last years General Tax
passed an Order requiring :he Tax Coeetor to
twenty-five per cent, upon their last years Gener
following Reports vgill more fully show.
Report of the Treasur
AmoustReimaining on hand last year, $253 74
Amount Received.qf Tax Collector,
1855, .8$3,749 95
Whole amount of funds, 1855, $4003 69
1855, Amont paid out in all $3,695 59
Balance remaining id the hands of
Treasurer, General Board, $308 10
Report of the Treasurer of the
Amount remaining in hands of Treas
ure' last year, $342 06
Rceived of John Weaver for Tavern
.Amount of funds fot the year 1855, $392 06
W61ole amount paid out In 1855, $244 32
Balance remainingin hands of Trea'r $147 74
Report of the Treasurer of the
Balance remaining in -hands of Treas
urerlast year. $610 34
Received of the Treasurer of General
Board, 855 00
Amonr4 of funds for the year 1855, $1,465 34
Amount paid out in 1855, $959 49
Balance remaining in hands of Trea'r. $505 87
Report of Ihe Treasurer of the
Balance remaining in hands of, Treas
urer last year, $528 05
Received of the Treasurer of General
Board, 4'75 00
Received of Jas. Blackwell, Esq., from
sale of a stray Horse, -. 43 50
Received Cash for License, .100 00
." For fines of Defaulters of
?oud dpty', 40
Amount of funds for the year 1855, $1,150 55
Amount.paid-out mn 1855, 81037 28
Balance remainiing in hands of Treas'r. $113 27
Report of the Treasurer of the
Balance in ''"ds of T1reasurer last
year, '119 38
Re'eeived of the Treasoof the Gen
Received of F. W. Burt froin ase of
old Bridge, ~5 00
Receied of J. T. Middleton from sale
-of old Bridge Plank, a
Received of ,John M. Clark for Tavern
-icene': 50 0o
- Amount of fnds for the year 1855, $'79542
alIIUilt paW ont in 1855, .<8630 8')
flalance remaining in hands of Trease'r. $164 55
Report of the' Treasurer of the
)halanee remaining in hands of Tres.
Surerlast year,. - '$3% 40
RaeceIved of Treasurer of the General
Board, -617 5(
Reteived-of Win. J. Falkner for unex
pired iismof Bridge at Towis', 5 00
Reelved of W. L. Corley for stray
* Cow, .wa 6 21
Received of JL wa for stray
.ftam, --1 21
R eoejred of $;.Gl.-ill for stray' ear..
Amount of fuuds for the year 1855, $665 40
Amotint paldl'out in the year 1855, $210 11
BFahmee remaining in hands of Treas'r. $216 85
TOLED before meas in -Estray by pr Th4f
'"Lake, living foar or five-iliks South of' Cam
biog'. hn tlu.- Martint~wn Rfoa4, ope D4RZK
RROWFN'XA R~ M iV LE.' jpa ised at Otne hun
dre d dfllc#. bid n.pke is of mediumn siae, of good
bid; i'tdod order, rojne marks of ge ar, asaznn
piad tail 1,ately shorn, without shoes,, apd supposed
to wyears old, atdipriig. . a- -
A. UOLINGWOR ~1, mso
O0t2),.. -i 3mn4m. -, 42
~Ot~i~'h~[ ascohnpanie wit~
sionf of Room.
LALLERSTEDT & DEMl1NG,
Corner under Globe Hotel.
A....., Oct 22 If 41
lers of-4( nd Bridgesi
ot the Court of Coamon Pleas for
FoR EDGEFIEiLD DiSTRICT, BEG LEAVE To REPORT,
Id at. Edgetield Court House the first Monday
t of three thousand seven' hundred Dollars, would
the District for the -ensuing year, to be expended
urpose of raising that amount of money, the Gen
of the District to be Fifteen Thousand Dollars,
collect of the taxable inhabitants of. the District,
al Tax, which was received and disbursed as the
er of the General Board.
Paid Constable for services at
I General Board, . --.- 1 00
Paid Treasurer of the lower
. battalion, 7th regiment, 855 00
Paid Treasurer of the- upper
battalior, 9th regiment, 475 00
Paid Treasurer of t.he' lower .
battalion, 9th regiinent, '617 50:
Paid Treasurer of the upper .
battalio'ufbthireglinent, - 617 50
Pai Treasurer of the lower
.battalion, 10th regiment, 948 00
Paid' Clerk-and Tresurer of
General Board, :181 59
Whole amount paid out in 1855 83,695 59
G. A. ADDISON, Treasurer, Gen'l. Board.
Upper Battalion, 7th .Reqinent.
Paid for laying 2 pick axes, 1 25
0 John Mundy for repairs to-Bridge at
Devore's Mill, 40 00
B.Hatcher for 4 ick axes, 4 00
B. Bettis for. work on Horse Creek
Bridge, .. 25 00
" Jas. Griffin for 6 pick axes, at $1.
".John Nicholson for Bridge on Tar
key Creek, - 15000
Geo. A. Addison; Clerk'a- fees one
year, 10 00
" Commissions for'receiving $50, at
2&per cent. 1 25
F6f paying out $237 15,at 2J per cent, 5 92
Amount paid out in 1855,. $2.14 32
WASHINGTON WISE, Treasurer.
Lower Battalion, 7th Regiment.
Paid Gen. B1. L. Bonham, Ex'tr of N. L.
Griffin, Attorneys fees, $100 00
Spires & Sealey for 12 pick axes at
82 50 each, 30 00
F. M. Evans for repairing Bridge,.. 13 00
" T. G.Lamar, " " 48 84
S. Harris, " " 8 00
" T. V; Whatley for 1000 feet of
Lumber, -&c. 12 00
" J. Tillman for two small Bridges, 13 00
" R. G. Lamar for building Bridge, 174 00
S. S. Wise for building Bridge, 97 40
Willis Harris for sharpening 6 pick
I Thos. Sealey for making 5 pick
axes, at 82 50 each, 12 50
" James Powell for building Bridge, 20 00
" Dr. HI. Shaw for rep-tiring Bridge
at Anderson's 31 ills, 40 00
" John Addison~ for building Bridge, 20 00
"Wiley Glover for work on pick axes 2 88
a D. J.'Walker for' Posting Roads, '228 00
Treasurers C ommissions for receiving
$855 00, at 24 per cent. 21 37
- Add Commissions for paying out $915, -
22, at 21 per cent. 22 88
Amount paid out in 1855. $959 47
ISAMUEL WV. GA RDNE R, Treasurer.
Ujpper Battalion, 9th Regiment.
Paid Starlin Turner for Bridge at Mrs.
Blocker's Mills, 475 00
I G. L Shepperd for repairs to pick
3 . P. Quattlebumi fur keeping up 3'2
Bridge amt Andersons, .20 00
-3. Quamlebium, Ex'or. fo'r keeping
up Bridge at Chieathamm's, 419 00
I" Dr. Presley for Bridge at Winter
Seat, 250 00
Win. B. Porn for keeping upJ.Bridge
at Traitor's Mill, - 33 80
"Wmn. B.Dourn for keeping up Bridge
-at Rogue S3hoals. 100 00
" Vmn. B. Dorn fur keeping up Bridge
rat his Mills, -50 00
Treasurers Commissions for receiving
$022 50, at 23 per cent.- 15. 50
Treasurers Commissions for paying out
$987 05, at 21 per cent. 24 07
Paid Clerk's fees for one yedtr, 10 00
Amount paid out in 1855; $1037 28
WWIL EY IIRIOTreasurer.
Lower Battalion, 9th Regiment.
Paid F. W. Burt for Bridge at M. C.
Rtees' Mill, . ' $585 00
" R. Ilollowaiy for Sign Posts, 4 00
" Clerk's fees for one year, 10.00
" Treasurer for receiving $676 04,
I at 21 ner cent, 10 90
" ras~e for paying out $599 00, .
at 2lper cent, - 1497
4"unt paid out in 1855, $630 87l
LEE HOLSON, Treasurer.
Upper Battalion, 10thi Regimc->t.
Paid .J. Reams for 2 .plk axes, ~ S 60
" Estate of N. L. Griffin for hauling
on rond, 2 75
" Wtm. Carter for hauling on road, 4 50
SStarhin Turner' for Bridge at Half
. way- Swamp, 34 6(
" Starlin Turner for Bridge at Wil
low-ford, 186 22
"John H. Smith balance for Bridge
at Haitiwanger's, 61 88
" tarlin Ty~rner for Sleepy Creek.
Bridge,- - 100 00
SDavid Oursts for hanuling on road, 3 00
I" N. Hend'ersnoifir hauling on road, 2 00
"N. Henderson for i p'ick axes. . . 2 Sc
"Wmn. A. Strothier, for hauling on
" R. G. Hill fur powder to blast rock~
in road, '75
"Lewis Culbreathi for repairs on
Bridge at Reans,. . 10 00
" Clerk's fees for one. year, ..- 10 00
" Treasurer's. Commissions for re.
"Treasurer's Cominiidionsifur pay.
ing out $422 22, at 21 per cent, .10 5~
Amount paid out in the year 1855, $448 .55
ROBERT BRYAN, Treasurer.
r 31IE Subse~r'ibcir Tis jnst icc iv.d a ecieie Jlt
ailail MACK iGE L in Kits;
'No 1. Gosben Cl EESS.
Atsoy 50 Sacks SA LT.-tor sal .
Oct20 -- .. 41.:
Lae. and Misses 0loaks i.Talmas,
1UST received by E. PENN, Aent, a large
U euortmnent of 1.adi's and Misses Cloaks end
Talmnsu, of the ve (e ptrs
Octi1 . 38
danto the Undersigned on or before tie S~d
day of November, and all pe'rsons- who are inh'bt
ed to the Estate will make immediate payment.
W. II. YAUJN.
0et2 QQt A41.A
.Rpo(of the. Treasurer of he.
Balanco in hands of Treasurer last
year, $257 67
Received of Caleb Watkins
for repairs on Bridge'. $4 00
Received of Jas. Perry, Esq.,
from sale of stray.sheep, .4 .
Received of Ja. Petry; Esq.,
from sale of stray cattle, , 7 60
Received of George D. Iiet,
for stray sheep, X150
Received of Maj. Snmae1.
Watson for nitray sheep. 8 00
Received of Willis Odom for
a stray sheep, 1 25
Received of Treasurer of.the
General Board; 948 00. -
Less by Commissions for re
ceiving at 2: per cent, $24 35
Amount of funds for the year 1855, $1207 67
Amount paid out in the year 1865, $289 81
Balance in hands of the Adm'r. of
the Estate of Wm. Smyley, dee'd.
former Treasurer, $917 86
WAE invite the attention of the public to the fol
V lowing arrangements for the ensuing year:
The Male Academy
Will continue under the control of Mr. JAMES L.
LESLY, whose long experience and untiring efforts
for the advancement or his pupils ought to command
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Session.... ............$20.00
The Female Academy,
In which small Boys will be adinitted, will be con
ducted by Mr. J. H. MORRIS, with edinpetint
-assiqtants. - -. - - - * -
Thisigentleman has had six'or elgit-years expo
rience in teaching, has always given entire satiaf4o
tion, and from-his acknowledgedilablity and energy,
he deserve-s'the- patron'afge '-tl pblic. The
Trusteeyi' CrossUll, where i, has beeti te*4ing
--all geatiniei ofliitellijnce-recommend him as
" eminently qualified to give instruction in all. the
branches iiL a .ltorough education."?- Weimy-add
that Mr. LESLY fully endorses, this favorable opin
RATES OF TUITION PER SESSION.
First Class, Primary Department..........$9.00
Second " Ordinary English Branches.....12.00
Third " ligher " " .15.00
Fourth " Greek, Latin and French.......18.01)
The Scholastic year will be divided into two ses
sions of five months each. Pupils will be charged
from the tiic of entering to the end of-the -session'.
TI:e exercises will coninilene on the first Monday
Beard can be had in the village at from $8 to $10
S. P. GETZEN,
A. J. HAMMOND, ,
. S. W. GARDNER, .
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTLER, -
II. A. SHAW,
Nov. 5 tf 43 -
O N Frilay the 17th October, a small POCKET
B.fOOK, containing various Notes aiid other
papers of importance to myself. A mong the Notes
wecre three on Starliig Trurneri, given in October,
1855, one for $550, dated in Qetohter, pa3 able 25th
Dec. '53, another for $400, piayable 25th Dec. '56,
and the tird for- $400. payiah!e 2.5th Dee -'57,
one Note oii Davis i'htlisie, for $50, given in Jlan.
'56, payable 25th Dec. '50.; one on J1os. Buffnton,
for 822,50, given about 1st Feb. last, and due 25th
Dec. '56; one on Rlobt. A dams, for is20, due 25th
Dee. '50 ; one on c-slate of. George Re:ims, dee'd.,
for 855, with a cr-edit of thirty odd dollais ; one on
Jack Alack for $10, given 1st Jan '5f;; one on John
-Jay for $6, given in JIuly last. Per-ha~ps other Note'
were in the.Pocket B~ook, not now recollected.
All pensons are .hereby cnutioned fromi trading
for either of the afrove -Notes, and any information
concerning them will be thaafu:ly received.
Nov 5 . 3t* 43
STATE OF' SOUTH- CAROLINA,
.N O RDIN ARY.
By W. F. DURISOE, Esqurpriayo de
Wy i l EREAS, John P. Mealing hath applied zo mec
for Letters of Adminisetriion on all andi sin
gultar the goods-and chattlesa, rights anid credits of
David Mealing, (a-Lunattic,) late of the D~istrict afure
said, dee'd. 'lerfi- t ce n
Those arcteoe, t iendadmoih all andi
.tintgultar, uhe kindred andl credsitoirs of th~e staid dlaeeaii
edt, it' bead atppear befaire moe, at our net Ordinairy's
Court for the aid. -Distrirct,. to bx aando~n at Edgefield
Court lfuinse, ton'.it 17th day oif Noveaiarer in~i, to
show cause-, if any, wh-y the said admainistration shouild
not he granted.
G:iver under my hianad and seal, dais thairdl day of
Noveamber, in thr year of aour Lordl one thou~santd eight
hundred nid fifty-six, andi in the aeighty-fir-st year
of Amnericans independence.
W. F. D UISOE, O.E.
Novemrber 5. 1856. 2t .3
- State of~ Soutti CarolinIa,
EDG EFIELD DiSTrRICT,
IN ORDINA RY.
B3YW.F.DURIISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgelieltd
Whereas, Mary Delaughie'r and Aphn II. Terry hiath
applied to me for Letters of Administration on all and.
singular the goods antd chattles, rights and creitis of
Randat PDaughter, late of the District aforesaid, de
eensed. -- - -
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said tdeceas
ed, to be and appear biefore me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefx-,ld
C. H., on the 13th day pf Npvetuber inst., to show
cause, it any, why the said adinistration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 29th day of Oc
tober in tihe year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and. fifty.six, and in the 81st year. of American
Indeendnce W F. DUkIS0E, O. E. D.
Novomber 5 2t 43
Siiic fifointh Cfarolina,
BYtI W.F UIOb tte'Odnr of Edlge.
Whereas, II. TF. Boatwrlghat haath applied to me faor
Le-'ters of Adminisration, on all, and: singular 'the
ootds ad ehbattles, rights and crediti ofd Sarah
Kaiford law of the District aforesaid,-deceased.
'These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all arnd
singular, the kindred and creditorsof the. said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgtefeld
C. H., on the 17th day'of 'November inst, to show
cause, if any, why the said admim~strathon should not
be granted, ---.
Given under my hand and seal, thia third day -of
November, in the year of our Lortd one- thousand eight
hundred aid fifty-six, and in: the 81st year of Aiaeai
canlndineidece. W.'F. DURISOE, O. E,. D.
November 5 - 2t 43
State of Southa Car'olinaa.
BYW.FDU SE Esqure, Qrdiniary-of Edge
B fied Ditrict: hi. i. . ,e
W heraas, George W. Mog~an hal e Id tome
for Letters-of'Admitrstraioh, *ilthe will annexed,
on all and singular the goods and-chatls,'rights and
cred its of Abmiah4 Morgan, lateof the District~aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite, and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and cieditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before- me, at 'our'ntit OrdInary's
Court for the said'Distiot to bie holdein at Edgefield
C. HI. on the 17th dayof November ins, to show cause,
if anaygwhy the said Administration :shptui. bot be
~Giveni under my haind and eal, this th irdid t4
Noveiiber, in thet year of our Lord one thiousandb it
huindredt and fifty-tix anadjn die .~ththfirst year of
American Inadep'enderieeB' -
Noet~i 5. :.W . . 2 -B~p.E D
Rail Ro td Meetin~
T1E ANNOA L CON'VENkTION of lte Stoek
..ioduae of the: Savanney Valley Rail Rond
Compan.i will be heold at. Lowndesville, S.NCik
- M. 4AlbE1SSede&sT .p
Guuuru n ugsEather
O _Fiequliy for sale by. L. M. M UNGER.
i'A ply at R. I. Sullivan's Store.
Sept 17 tf
owerMBatta on, 16th Regimnt.
Paid Burdett Corley for Moor'i Creck
Jas. Holland for Bridge at S. Wat. -
0son's pI*ptatiob, -'95 00
'Jas, Alutey fgrhauling on road, 2 00
A. W Youngblood for hauling on
iJesse Smith filling branch 1 in
hJs.4frhiInt. for hauling on road, 3 '75
Daniel..Whbdler for Red Balk
Bridge, 35 00
Jas..F~aimr for hauling on road, 5 00
S. H. Rgers forihauling on road, 1 25
-Burdett Corley for Brdge -on Sar
die road, 40 00
Robertson'f& kson for pick axes 3 75
" Clerk'Ifees for one year, 10 00
Treasurer's Commissions for pay.
ing outi$242 75; at 21 per eept.F ' 7 06
Amount paddut ithe -yedrI55, 1 81
, WM. b. SMYLEY, Treasurer.
All of which is respectfully submitted,
WILEY HARRISON, Chair'i. Gen'l. Dbard.
A. Os, See'ry. -
00WORTH of the afiove Goods,
1P.eirefullwseleetedehi the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
HEvery YDes6rptionin th .Tade,
-Will, be sold at very small advance on Cost...
-"*-The Subscrib~er solicits acall from hisa Sontli
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere..
g"Timais.-Retail , 9ash.. Whtol 'esale,time with
aipproved paper. No secn prerned
.. ENY .IPALY,
Under U. S. Notel,Auusta, Ga.
Atigusta, Ga., Se.Pt 22, . d' :-173
NEW FALL A ND WINTER
r I 1E Subseniber is niow.- receiving- his Stock of
oFall and Winter Goods) which
he invites him friends and customers-t call and ex
amine. They have been selected wiiT -great care
as to..STYLE and CH E APNEBSS,*and wiir-lte
W.old low to prompt paying andac buyeos. In s
Stock may be-found a fine Asortmen of
Gala Plaids: French Merino, inaleolors.
Plain allswohl Do iiwesith
Figured DeLaines and Cashicisas
Emnbroidered -Merin'o Dresses -
Black Bombazines and Clihili
Fane and lac inhmsad aids
Und mos ashinal tls;csaG
Augesnet a Sist 22,imig and_ Funin ;.
PEbsriere~ Clas and receiantg Waistoc o
FAlneamn WfL'ie' GoodC. wakrhichs
A inaite Sc frnsi and oes; al n
apero. FThel haved oon seited vt Flanes cr
olehe l 'nw to BrowppyngC'tan Fcannbues I 'i
Stokbae Rbesun a ..n . sorm -f
GalainetTeds andrenh uckyo i Jileons..
Fre sd eans and BaCasmeres.
Blanke, Srpesa, onurs, ebI gia Pcins,
Fney and cKereyGin gratsn are
A v fine ssortent. ofMen'So ths latBos
Shoesn ;aiead wisse i'ioeins and FlouncShoe;
Hardare, Crolar and nants Ware,~
A addltukofsery and Goeres
ebae Re.,. . .c
Toeke Itan Janst ndlckCsvtieryofei-y
Lrieys genderlyfun in rat Vilrne t orllo
whch tile soeof"Mats atoniths deoy'cs.
H ENTLEMEN ANDker YnUTHSs Ware
T UST Rev and rce awlleete
whrichl op -eal froum-jidc in he Store, willo
which will' be mde o ode itntelatestSTYLES,
R.0l SULVA N.
,Oct1 ~i -8
GENTEEN uAND YOS WEAR
TIIE.c' Popretr ofa this wel hiig
iorm thir friend and'xirvei the trublieil
genrly, cwtha the pare. alwas ready usueciv
theml ~ih enmd o re in the lateSTst P STBLES,
Psnd aryin g'L t otc.hinoel for rest favurd
and haofur t e a continuance of the same.
AttEio ICANH H.SOTTEL0,
Haabum,.Tly g, :9. 0. 9
T hEPrietrsinsoferto'saliLR an
kPLnwn lI i eg -~ to
inr thei friometde abdt putblihet~tuh
pereasanofall to aisfy',ay prebasdy toe,
noewi tle Bhoannea 'STYL OSSI E.,
Peans aring a Sthi otlcyk.taue
oftel eontianuetesal ftekE L[ n
ROWloODak th.i'A CASItCnnd o l' hae:un u
Tconstalllsb on hand a'god fWODTLER
Pan, alorsesft winochar will atmoete ritesr
ctto 0. H..E P. .T ' 8 C.
" ELLIZA OFFOREUCED PIPES.
TE Sbseribersr us, reeifn fom il:vag
inlphis aun Newi~ orsae MiST LGEan
0 rsewiseunks of Ugmbrella
comprisin redVERY tArl'J r t.l run
if the most np.te a nd Eqahsies UKste
Grres sntlnn,'fll t an tisnfyr urcaselv. CWe
nwll tchrgiehr lokn. Bune wU5 bL2VEe ,.
stll, ontooiu thsl i lcgupyiloo~dsr
contHnlyin bur andp a6 1856d lo f 38D ~
TaH Scriar are1 ' j .st recivngfrm hia
e hi and hclw'di:kets o DriST and
APt. B. &. WEAHE.
O th o .. '.ae tl ad B0 sAt
3TWAW D AD A..T DO
;- Iv. - At
The f~riedtfC.Wun umaxrs
A e t H ainn o u n co w i n g hit e A i s h ei f
PLOW CK is the BEST
will offEr esqmfr.a n taisdate if our Dollo
EdEefield October 2., 1856.
Te friendsOf CO. WIaTI-. QUATILAu res
peetfully announce hin as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefeld at theit 'lecton.
THE~l fare authorized lo aInounce LEVM S
JONES, Esq., n a candidate f4 on for
olrf, fEdg IDistr t. -nunieto
h Tmny friends o W. H. SOULWARE
rectlUy annune has at dnidate forSheriff
of Edgefleld Dtrietat the 4 eton.
THE friends of Apt. EWI&ICOVBAE RYAs
peetolly announce- hi nas a andidat fo O81erki
ofrEdgefied District at thensu Eleetion -
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hniiburg,-in the upper'pifft'of the bztrict, jrespect-!
r fully announce him as ' andidit or S I of:
efEdge6eld District at the nextelection.
JSTThe Frieds of Mr. OBER . DM RYAN
respectfully announce imi as aCndidate or xClerk
or Edgeeld District t the next lection.
9 D The Friends of Mr.'CIAlLES C ATER
respecteully announce him as a d tef T
Wllectr of Edgefield Ditrict, t the next election
07 The Friend 'sof Mr. P AS TM MAY, res
petfumly anniounde hm ashCandidste rbr Tax Col
Pctor of Mityeld District at the next- election.
P Eati W ier 'has opened an
T ofcc at R1yan's 11,otel, hr he
will matnd to e. n usnss rtaininR E
to his Pr-oession. Allen's Patn Ttheco, Curvilin
ear Gium and Nook: i.'eet,"from
Put tup in a style to. pleas6. the most fiatidious.
ent, Gond Andcoucheur, Plate, oPilSdelphian
manow loter. No 2,Br"Sr. JAugnaaEG..
N.Pariua sttleent paidy t the ctretin of
most3 resnbe'em. Pas address
nowloctedNo 17 Brad tret.Augusta Ga.
Patcu- tentio payriddt h aretehi fb
p'haotieiesf MEisits ande SURER.-additionle
charge for one -consultation'visit. ~'Oflee: at-Dr.
Yarbroughs. * *
Y OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
. oW .Adams, whereoIlcan be founid at
Edgefield C. IT., Jan 15, 1850 t 1
e. .4 NEaTOA N .H 0T EL,
lnTRE STREET, EAMBURG,. S. .
. P.. S.80T T & 00. Proprietors.
Marcha 12, 1850. ly 9
A- LL4 those indebted to the Estate of -John D.
L.Seigler, deceased, are itereby notifiedl to make
immaediate payment, and' thos'u hadiuig demands
against the maid Estate.-aro requested io render them
in properly atteste~d, by the 1st of January 1857, as.
we desire tn settle up the E~stale 4e son n's possible.
M AR'r114 Dp.al GLER, A1rs
W.t 8, R . S~IGLER.
Ot8,1850, : -. 3m -39
BPY anorder from W. F. Duridoe, Ordinary of
.Edgefield Dtrc,,we wil..proced to sell at
Tuesday the 25:h November pext, all the.personal
Estate of said deceased consisting in -part, as fol
Fifteen Lgely Negrises,
Uougshtal and Kitchen Karnitub-e, CairniFeddler,
Shuks, Cotton, Seed, Horse,: Cows apd Calves,
Iogs, Sheep, Plantation. and .Jlacksmith tools,
TERas.-AlI stms of and undir.' W eah,-all
sumns over ten do.ilars on a credit of twdlve months.
Purchasers will be ifeiired t t~gie' t' ot more
good securities. Right of prop'erthaiit dhatdged
until the ;terms of male aroe.om'pied with'-: anaff
not complied with, 11l0e peopety, t'q, be ,espid..at the
farmer cIgaor'e ik -
-R. F.BARRERTT, ..Aintos
Oct.516, 185w - '-LE5, 41
- Administrator's Sale;
BTan order from W. F. Durisoc, Esq., Orline
ry of Edgefiehi Diitvlet I will procedto Aeli
tat tlhe late resideajee of.Msry: Antrey, deceasedgron
Thtsday the 6th.of:-Nov.smber next, the personal
Estate of said deceased,econsisting in part, asfollows:
Threeo Likely Negroes,
Houseio8 ind Kitehen Fur-hiture, oni~drsbo~vs,
Tnaxs.-All sumd 'Zo.an'd:i'de' $5, cask - all
sums over $5, ona a eredit ofivoive ,norntste:a r
hasers to give note and approved seerit .1
Oct. 21,'1856, '. St .'- . 41
Brought to the .TaiJ ~
ye'of'e fWe'"fteet 7 I~s bjh gppe bolor
on'frwrd, prep prplti py eliarges and take
him .ikay oth~eria WIJ edezt ath pcording
t la; JAFiS ESOlt, J.ED.
July' 23, 1858 -__jf 28
~.1Jri REGIM1EET,'S.'t1 I
Da;CpENE, Oct.-1518564 -.
ORDi'S~ Z50:- - m.~
BY Vitue of-n Orde g!oe. lg: sa,
Ban election will'be held in the 1 miist.
. C. 1. nFriday th st Nove 00LO
lEL, to fitbainf o&bii b resig
10 5 , 5t .nde
Cupping Gases andi Seadioatess,
A1.L kinds. iso, -Laseets and a great variety
a f. S..1,. in f..a ot rsim e
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AtV noand hnd t11i gi'St44 ofe
o ere n hs C, consUIsting in t'oume
fSley bes GEITrade- -
n w."er0d Ritt ' .i
Are nowi WELL SUPIND Swith a ehoe ekr
chsingM v -dtr.g -
- . 39&3.sT;. orcO fth
article of Clo~hlnj may -bo psuv of ettnYNi
any GOOD GOODS, ad Mde Sopilai ad
varyin fro 2 yard - . ..q
Augui 'a Oct 28ta ' 4s
-ff7AVE no* onhinad he6 lares Stol ofW
!Uiio- or .Plantation 001oS evbr
'ofered in this My, coniysting in th:
"gjg -M Wk" 4a'.aM to
They ar thel l.. Hred Tio have Georgid
Schleys best GEORGIA PLAinS all
lg." Othr biCid d .ofskirtsy~4'.
JEANES o eiery artie. ftoao asids or
Citywrnuld o w n ..... b: ore pur
chas~ r Acvce-hmog4dr1
Black Gro de Rhine SEIIS*'
Fancy~~~~ P~~ ~~! de SoirSIK
varying .. . . mpe s tha;
Eerey vflk ofQitles 11iynDes*
CALICOeS, ud;j v a v .
Wtye y vait fGossitbet h es
Shalsty.d~ ea ' , . . A'J
Augusn t n Oct -a T if ip. .1
YORTHE MILLIO. hA;
of thafin's'ra om la a , qwmhsgp
aiocksen of .~r~ .atin .~ ..ms
f' 6 6 0' w ar .I 1
LineTisno broad , ex atio of esep -hat
.Aiet starityh whhea bd esuitabls tio the seao
sgto cursory obs~viervheattion of-a r Esti nt.
City Frter acnnsetwe
Augnata, Set. 0...85, . tf- -8
FORh THbEr MaILLeIne.
ofth iutngarI E la~sL and mssiu
so i fwjai9 f1o. .
AT~hatseer o..ireduto Marnaand suiotrc
tvs artCl~ng x t.wicn e e~ 1Ihd-ytl
Olget cusr bev tio f ou 4tbl 0 tiet
tClll andef96~ibe NN hd
T he el day ofNsebe.u'jsten -nndis
te v moth, -te.T~ of AN-knwaa
thYaon aundes tgan o: es
Cree so'yindewpI of, No. n
sers Cr ' ~e i ease. ,a **-P ,..
Lhayn: o~tede for ong
t ua l ts ~ s~hu~io
A LL persns indebed o he aeLon2
bythe15lth dio Nmeraditeil,e aerdbo
wlv no e gien. Tof LNk's-a
tosaiesteanne soi et salii~'e
aMinl-ettidnl~icht ittn dieerdiaris o- e
an rly ' bc;mr.~i .p.RODWAEaer iip
Oct 29 mj 41
sneted o h EI+i
w11 no bendsivgn.anT hot'Ii' eat d6sold i'
s au.Etab otiaia re ihlerl1Ttea f oe sh
wly gtlre~ be;mdy ti , teonarnd isi
'ay * :8 .. BRWAetha a dea'
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E JNand a'huilys'efide~m~ru t'iid fp1
'ance and durable'thdn'ordii etn~tf
wool. Atht-r lot just rebieved,'priee #1 -'
- ahLBS Q U NT R CURP
A GOOD PIANO, in perfect order. Enqiuil
at the Store of M. Fram'er.
If not soid by the 13th inst., I6 wm be 'aihi et
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