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DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY.
TAMES HENEY is now opening, in the store
U formerly occupied by J. K. Bancroft, (opposite
to Clark & Co.'s Jewe!ry Store,) a choice assort
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
selected from the best stocks of the New York mar
k to an examination bf which he respectfully in
vites his friends and the public generally. le hav
ing paid particular attention to the se ection of
Dress Goods and Embroideries,
persons -who may be pleased to favor him with a
call, may be sure of having the newest styles. His
stock 6omprises the following articles:
Rich DRESS SILKS;
Plain and Printed DeLaines;
it- "t Cashmeres;
Lupin's French Merinoes;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinocs;
Lupin's bl'k Bombazies;
A superior quality of black Silk';
English and American Prints;
Lupin's Alpacas, of superior texture;
Real Welsh Flannels;
Plain Red "
Silk Warp "
Irish Linens and Long Lawns;
- Scoteh and Russia Diapers;
Huokabacks, for Towelling;
0 .8-4 and 10-4 Table Linens;
-- Snparior Pillow-case Linens;
Allendale, Lancaster and Marseilles Quilts;
A large assortment of Ribbons;
Silk Belts and Belt Ribbons;
Velvet Ribbons ;
Alexander's KId and Silk Gloves;
Ladies' and. Gent's Merito, Silk and Casmere
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Hosiery;
A large assortment of Dress Trimmings;
Laces, of all qualities;
Hem-Stitched, Bordered and Emb'd Handker
Mourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets;
Misses Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in sctts;
Embroidered Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in
- Infant's Embroidered Waistsand Dresses;
Swiss and Jaconet Bands;
"6 "1Edgings and Insertings;
Whalebone Skelleton Skirts;
Embroiderad and Eugenic Skirts;
Bleached and Brown Allendale and Georgia
Ladies' Shawls, Black and Colored;
Chenile and Broch S'arfs;
Some beautiful Stella Shawls;
Cloaks, of the various styles now worn;
Pantaloon StufD, Umbrellas;
And many oth desirable goods too numerous to
To which is added Mrs. Heney's beautiful supply
of Millinery Goods.
. Mrs. Ilency desires her old friends and the pub
lie generally, to examine her stock, as she has a
superior one to any she ever had.
Augusta, Nov. 18 1856. tf 45.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
IIE Subscriber has just received at his Old
Stand-the Brick Store-a very heavy Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
To wl.ieh he invites his friends and tfe public at
large to call and examine for themselves. Among
which may be found
Fancy Colored SILKS, fron $1 to $3 pr yard
Flain and Fiurcd Mluslin DeLanes;
Frencha and E~nglisha Merinors ;
A line1l0t of Earlston Ginghanms ;
Enlisha and A merican Prints;
A tine lot of Tweeds, Cassimieres and Sat'nets for
Men and l:oys wear;
A large Stuck of Laties' Cloaks and Shawls ;
H ats and Caips of every variety;
A very heay Stock of Kerseys, Linseys and
A large assortment of Negro Shoes, of every de
Also, Mene', Boya,-Ladie,-lMiseae and Cluldren's
Shoes of every variety anad sty le ;
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery,
With every other article usually kept in -a Dry
Goods Store. B. C. BRIAN.
N. 1.-All those indebted on Notes and Ac
count will please call and bettle, e~s prompt pttaymnt
-alone enables mec to sell ehenp.
Oct 8 tf 3
To the Public!
A smyn wife. Mirs. .lANl EI1A LL, htas seen pra'
p'er to leave my house, atnd separate herself
from me, wihout any just cause, withairnamy knowI
edge, and as I alone. acco'rding~ to the contract
made between tas in coantem~latioan of mnarringe.
have the sole control rmd use of all the proper ty she
possessed at the timec, bo.th real andl persontaal, I nmt
constraned to warn the pubbe rngaitst maakmza2 con
tracts with thec said Jane, or witht any peaisen as
suming to act for har, witha reference to thte said
property. I maust also notify all persons that I shall
be respota'ible for no contract or debt whratsoever,
made by the said Jane after this date, withtout a
written order from mte. In other words, the said
.Jane is noct my agent in hying, selltng-or contract
ing, whtile she'lives a part fromt me, tin derogative
of my rights as her husband.
W. C. HA LL.
Nov 6, 1856. 3t 44
W ILL be sold on thec 9th day of Decemrber
next. at thte late residence of Mrs. Ann F.
Williams. dee'd., thtree miles below Canmbridge, thre
valuable Tract of Land wvhereon tihe decased lived
at the time of her deatha, containing
Nine Hundred and Twenty Acres,
More or less, about 400 arcres of wvhicht is ina virgirn
forest. And, also, will be sold at thec same timec
and place, thre Stock of Cattle and Fat IIlogs, Corn.
Fodder. Whteat, Oats, Planrtation TI"ols, I l'us-hlaId
and Kitchen Furniture. Sad lratnd anml other lro
perty to be sold for division by thre dlistrabuteecs, viz:
Mary F. Williams, Sramuel K. Borders andl his
wife Soraha M..
gg ermns made known on dray of sale.
F. G. M ARTIN, A GENT.
Nov 12 ___ __ 4t 44
T HE Subscriber will sell at public outcry, rat his
residence. on the 15th December next, his
*valuable tract of laand, lyirng ont Red Batnk Creek,
adjoining lands of James iichardson and othrers,
About 150 of whicht is gaood woollandl, wilst thte
remrainder is in fitne condition and produces well
I will sell rat thte same time and plaice my Stock of
Horses, Cuattle and Ilogs, atnd one set of iTlack
smith's Troo!s. Tera ms, a ctredit of twelve mntahas.
with interest from date. .Purchaasers to give Not's
with two securaties. All sumns uanader live dollars.
cash. WILLIAMl FOY.
'Nov 10, 5t 441
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
~ IN COMMON PLE AS.
H ENRtY R. SPA NN. whto is in thec cuastody of
thte Sheriff of Edga feld Imistract. lay virtua' of
a' Writ of Capias ad Sat isfaciendaumc. rat thae suit of
- James Shepi ar d, having lik d in nay Office to?:ethaer
with a Schedule on enath of his estate and elk ets.,lIus
petition to the Court of Coamton Pk as, praying thtat
he may be admitted ta tire h~nefit of the Acets o'fdthe
General Assembly rr~ade for ilae relief of insoivett
debtor': It is ordered that thec said James Shaep
pard, and nall other creditors to whoma~ the sraidl
Henry R. Spann is in anywise indebted,. be, anad
they are herebvy suimmoned. ad hanve noatice to rap
pear before the'said Court rat Ealerield Caourt 1 louse,
on Monday thae fourtha day of Marcha next, to shtow
cause if any thaey earn why thte prayer of the paeti
tioner aforesaid shtould not be grantedl.
... . T110. G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1856 1 6t 44.
f rpe pFrt RepedyI.
0 PAPERS OF A Q. SIitlMONS' LIVER
iUMEDIClNE, just received andc for sale by
*R. II. SU LLIVAN.
JTune 25. tf 24
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons.
TUST opened b' E. PENN, Agenat, a beautiful
e) assortmenat of Ladies and Misses Bonnets of
the newest styles and patterns. Also, a handsome
assortmrent of Bonnet Roucher and Bonnet3'rmings
rmct . tf 38
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
T E undersigied respectfully call the attentioi
of the public to their new and excellent Stoek o
At the stand formerly occupied by Mr. Lod llil!
and adjoining Mr. John Colgan's Merchant Tiiloi
Shop, where they are prepared to supply al! orders a
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Our Rooms are alw ays filled with a great variety o
the latest and most fashionable FjURNITURE
of our own manuraclure. Our present Stock con.
sists of a No. 1 lot of
Bur eaus, Wardrobes,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, OTTOMANS,
Book Cases, Tables, Waslitands
A magnificent assortment of
I ROCKING C HAIRS,
&c., &c., &c.
We will also make COFFINS to order. at tlt
shortest notice, and at reduced rates. @
WT REPAIRING old Furniture promptly at
We are determined to give satisfaction to all whc
may favor as with their pat onage, and hope t
merit a liberal share of ene .gement.
MARKERtT & GOTTSCIIALK.
No. 12 7t 44
AT THE SOUTHERN.
Saddle & Harness Manufactory
C AN be found the best Stoe'k of the following
named Goods ever offered for sale in thit
Saddles and Bridles of all Kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES and CARPET BAGS,
Every variety and style of
Coach, Buggy and Wagon Harness!
KEMBEL'SPatent Machine Stretched BELTNE
of all witths. ahviys on hand, anl warranted.
Eg- REPAIRING done. at short notice witli
neatness and despatch.
37 All we ask is a trial, and we are bound tn
please in price aid guality.
HATCH & BEGBIE,
Under the Augusta lotel.
Augusta, Nov 12 3m 44
NEW GOODS---JUST OPENED,
ISJust, receving and oening a large and hand
sote Stock (if
Embracing a general asoritment of
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS,
Hardware, Groceries, Crockery,
And a great variety of other articles usually kept in
Ile has selected his Stock with much care, ar.d
flattehimself lthit lie will e aible to give his cus
tomers entire satisfaction in style anI prices.
lie respectfully invites tle public, and especialiy
the Ladies to call and examine his Stock.
Oct I t3
Cotton Plantation for Sale.
H AVING more l:md I wish. I offler for sar five
Hlundred. One Thousand or Fifteen hlundred
Acres of PR11E COTTON LAND-int a body
or se'parately to suit purtchasecs-lying otn Sotuth
Edisto River, two miles distant from lriamberg, at
Station on the Augusta Uranch of thc S. C. Itil
Road. Three fuurhs of the Tracet is liigh Intm
mocek', snbject to no uiverflow. The River is damned
out from the temnaining p'ortion.,
With oirdinary seasotns these Landls w'ill yield
from 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. of Cotton-from 30 to 0
bushels of Corn-frioma 13 to 30 bushels of wheat
-I hn'e teste-he-heatrh oifuthis sect'tnr:-1 hay
ing re-sided in the uppe r inrtion of the. State, f,-et
that I canx safely say that it will ctmpare favorably
with any part' of the State of which I htave atny
Th. se Landis mayx~ be bought ott a credit of four
years at S1 per l' aere-Or, for one third casht, bail
atee on a credit of three years, at $7 per acre.
There is a good Dwvellintg. hlouse, Negro Houses.
Ont lIontes. &c., on the place'. Three hundred
acres cleatred lantd-100t aerts litrst andl seconid yeaxrs
Those wiho tmay wi-li futrthetr iniformtatiott as to the
ruality of the Latnd antd heailth of theu plate. I bee
liave to refer to Col. P. S. Feller and I Ir. A 'exain
'er ,%iiv. Gi rahm's Tu ni Out. lirnwell Distriet:
Gtin i itebianan, Win,br,iu,. andti Col. .Jacob Sttro
mtant, Elack'ville, llarntwell DIistrict.
- J. 31. B3UC1.\N.\ N.
Nov. 1 2 2 tf
CW Albi'ville flannr-r. iil please insert the
abet" tial 1st .lannax ry , atnd fyinvtardL the bill to J. 31.
B., l~t'.aberr. S. C
Steam MiXll for Sale.
O N TV' .S DAY :xind day of I )-es-mhe~tr inext .
will u'lie.r for sale to' 'to htighi-t bidder urt
ST EAM Al.W and G RIST MlIlLL. fiour muilues wedt
of Edgefhid C. II. Trhe lLL TRA CT centtaias
about otne thiousttd acres, all in woods, exelrt. titty
acres. lTe land is well timbteredl and well suited
to faurming purptioses. The loecationi, sit netar a go.od
matket, givts it superior advantages over axny simi
lar e-statblishmiient int the District.
Th~e sale will taike place Oin the piremnises, and imo
tmediat- lv aftert lie sat!e of the lanid. will bhe sold
31ULES, OXEN, WAGONS. CA RRY LOG8,
and ' OCKi 1100S, of which about hailf aire half
Sul twenty or thiirty fat logs, cornt, fidder an.1I
al1l lumber tlmt may be on htatd on the day of
Perhtaps wvill be sold at die samoe titme TWO OR
TlREE LIKELY TOUNG NEORO FEL
LO'WS who ate experienced itt the tillinig business.
The place miay be treated for at private sale with
thec owners unttil the dayv of Nile. Mir. Swintdle, ott
the ptremises, will show the land, eixhibit his books,
and give all necessary in for-mati'on.
Termis w'ill be male knxown on the daxy of sale.
Cil [IISTIIE & 2IIIMS.
Nov. 11 15. S.t. 41
I will sell to the hiighest bidder, at Edhr-field C.
I1., on xte first lotnday in Decenmber neuxt, the
three fidiowing STUR ES, viz.: 'I liat occupied by
dolin Ciolgni-that oceupied by: Edmtund P'enni,
atd that occeupied by alr. Starkert. b
Thle property c-an be treated for at private sale
util day of' sale, and if tnot sold befote, will then
be pmosiirely sold to the. highest hidlder.
li nx myibsenc Mir. Ehmnunid P'enn is authorized,
to show the pirop~erty anid sell the san' e.
S. CII RISTl E.
Nov. 12 St 44.
.) Y Virt ue of sundtry writs oif Fieri Fat-ias, to me
i) directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C.
H-., otn the first alondary in D~ecemnber nlext, the foi
lowing property ini the following cases, viz:
James Tlomapkins vs. Th~e Samte : dames Blackwvell
nit' others planutiffs severa!ly vs Theu Samie, A
Tract of Land containing one htundhred acres, mnor
or les,.. adjoinintg !atnds of Jamtes Blackwell, .Josephi
1rie and ter's Also the folloiwintg Negro saves,
viz: liig .Joe, Little Jrte, Nelly anid Philhis.
Ri. S. Key vs William Qnecs ; Samuel Willitnx
vs Th'e Samte. A Tract of Land conxtaiing Eighty
two net es, miore or less, axdjointing latids of. lr~s
Termus of sale cash.
JAMalES E IDSON s. R. 0.
Niiv. S 4te 44i
' Sheijfra! Sale.
STAT E OF SOUT[ H(CA ROLl INA,
EDGEFIELD) DISTRIC I',
George PUusht and othters,
- Viriteof suthdr'y writs (if Fieri Facias to n<
directeud, I ell p~ro'eed to se'l ont the 2itl
inst.., at xte Wmn. A. Iliarris P'lac'e, within a muil
and a haxlf of Eudgefield C. UT , about Two hiundr-ei
and fity bushele of Corn, sotne lFodder, Pea Vines
Two Cows and one Catlf, aind it Durham Bull
A nih, also, at then residenuce of the D efendhant in tIs
vulliie of Edgefield. [Household and Kitcent Fur
nitutre, andi "thter artich s nornecessary to mention
to satsfy the above stated case.
Termxs of sale, cash. JAS, EIDSON, E..
Nv 8, 4. A4A
COM ISSIONER'S SALES,
State of South Carolina.
0. W. Allen and others,
vs. IBill for Partition.
Hlannah .Alletid others.
BY an order from Chancellor Wriny, in this
. case, I will sell, at E"dgeVfield C. M., on the
first Monlay in December next, all the Real Es
tate of John C. Allen. dee'd.. not heretofore ,oll,
consisting of abont E L E VE N HUNDRED
A CRES, more or less, bounded by lands of Lovett
Gomiflion, William Murrell and others.
Thte above body of Land will be broken into two
or three Tracts. Plats of said Tracts to be made
and exhibited on the day of sale, and the sale to be
made by said Plats.
TEnis.-A credit of one and two years, -with
intertst from day of sale. Purchaser to give bonds
with good and sufileient sureties to secute the pur
chase money, and to pay the costs of this proceed
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov. 6th. 1856. 4te 44
T.HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
George A. Addison and E. J. Mims,
Emma L. Addison, et al.
) Y virtue ofan order from Chancellor WARDLAW,
.) in the above stated ce, I will sell at Edge
field C. I ., on the first Monday in December next,
the following real estate belonging to the estate of
Joseph Addison, di c'd., to wit:
TiIE ALLEN LOT, in the Village of E-dgefield,
in the fork of the Columbia Road and the Edgefield
& Cheatham P!ank 1nad, containina about one and
a half acres, adjomitng Lot of -John Covar.
LOT NO. TWO. n the Village of Edgefield
on the Plank load, on Besver L)am Creek, ad
joitinu Lots of Dr. E. Bland, D. R. )urisce and
C. MeGregor, containing one and a half acres.
LOT NO-. THREE. opposite Lot No. 2, on
Plank R1oad, containing about one acre and a half,
adjoining lots of James Sheppard, Lod ill and
Mrs. S. Goldinig.
TERMs.-A credit of twelve months, with interest
from date except costs which must he paid in cash.
Purchasers eiving bonds with ample security, and
to pay extra tar ptper.
Nov. 6, 4 _ 44
THE STATE OF SOUTII CATROLINA,
Jincey L. Boone and others, )
ts. Bill for Par'on.
Lieuellyn P. Boone and others. 3
B Y an order fg on Chiancel:or Warilaw. in this
B eae, I will sell, at Edaefield C. 11., on the
finrst Monday in Deceiber next, all the real estate
of Daniel iine, dee'd., consistin:g of tile fullowing
Tracts, to wit:
THE HOMESTE AD TRACTcontaining Six
flundred aeres, more or les, and bounded by
Lands (of W i!imnl Riley, W illam Aiams and others.
TIIE JIORSEPEN TRACT containin' Two
Ihundred and thirty acits, more or less, and by
Lands of .lMilton lith des, L. P. 1louine rtd others.
THE WILLIAMS' TRACT containing Ten
:cres. tomire or less, and1 aijoinling lands of L. P.
lBoonc.e and others.
The above Land, are situ.ted in the immediate I
neighborhood of Col. Marion Dean, ard are veiy
T n.s.-A credit of one and two years from the
dayv of sale, except as to so imuch its will pay the
colst of this uit whic'h will he pail in cash. i'ur
ebtasers to mive bonds with :inp!e perronal security,
to$ Ccure the pureltase (itmoneV.
A. SI.KINS, C.E E.D
Nov'G, 1956. 4lie .44
STATEI OF SOUTH CA ROLlINA,
Shatdra.h llolme~s and Anti Imlmtes:,
Wm. T. Jenntings, Guatr. ad lilem, for
ICh as llohnis, Patience lohes, et al
BT n ordler fromt Chiancelotr Wardlaw, in: this
casc ; [-witll A, "at -TitV~rC. T'I., min 1t.e
irsti Mon<t1y in I )mc'embe.r next, the .rtllowitng real',
i sta:te of Sigleton I lclhn-.s, dee'd., viz :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, lying in Engeliehl
DiJtrict. antd adj initng Lanids of 1". McDaniel. W.
Threecc hundrted and eight y acres. , inore or lons.
TIn s -- eredlit of it.e y at, e.t as to so much
as amayhbene:mssary to pa thle c'sts, whic.h will be
ple ierotnal seurity.anid to paty <xi:a for itkis.
A. SI.\KINS, C EEJ.
Nov foh. 185(. -lIe 4
I1. E Q'J T Y.
h-~;:it I). 'lnThurmond, y ! f'or Paru.
l'.ugente Thurm~tond m a |nt
-101h.: Thur:tnond. )
J Y \ 'irtute of atn srler fromt Chiancellor Ward
1) :aw' i.e tbis ca. I wi I 'p'cei to self at
Eaicalil C. 11., on thet first .\!::ta itn ltte.tih. r
Ii x', at i.fii- outery. the t:;: t oft I;:tnd kntown ats
T'i:ats ors R. .-A. etc- t omf otne :,:e t wi years
t:mple pecrsonai~l surteties, andI to pay exirt fori titi. 5.
A. SI.\ilS, .e A En.
IN PRICE OF BUGGIES, &C.
A\'ING seturedl the services of Mr. IIURL
....UlCRT tof thte wel-kn~owti llmeuse of ..
l urlbturt m& Co., Autgusta.) to supletinttende the
mann facturing. we are prteparatil tom furihl CA R
RI AC IG ms o all e'sripetionts at
Fire per centi les
thant they ean lie boughilt ini A uigusta, and we hiazarnd
-totihg'it saying that we Itav e en hand the
Ofstheltrii made lIn~ggles to be foundte South o
.\!asoni & I iion's Linet:, which catnot faiil to sit
those in wvat of ,ubstathd~ w ork.
W'e are ntow prepat d1 to ild at shormt niotice
Carriages and Plantation Wagons
ttnyeiort to: athintg I:vfore (theri d in tis D istrict
Ir7R EPAIR ING attendeld to as usual with
despatcht. LEIGI & TUCKiER.
Eddcield, July 22, - if 28i
N rilytI.c 1ith Oetobeur, a smatll POCKF.
10 8 contaiing vario us Notest and tthem
papers oef itmortancee tim myselfl. A imng the Nmtes
were thtree' on, tartng 'Turner'. veni in OcJtmober,
18S55, mitne for S:5t0. date'd int Octobier, p.te ah!e 25th.
Dec. '55, aothIer' for $-00 l pt.ayable 25th Diec.'5fi,
and the thtirdI for $100, paya'et~ 25th Dec '57,
oe No:e oni I avis Phtiie, tfor &S50, givent itn .Jan:
'50, paya 'ble 25th Dec. '5G.: onte on dlos. llui'ento,
for 62 .5et, given: abot 1st lFeb. last. anmd due 25th~
De. '56; oneL ont lmft. A mtis. tIhr 6t), due 25thI
De. '50 ; one on istalte omf GIeorge: Reamts, dee'd.,
fmr $55, with a ere't'l;t of tirty odd dimllars ;one oni
.aek .\lack mt' 810, give:: 1st Jantt '5G : omne otn mJhni
Jav for SG given: in .l uly' last. P'erhapts thter Notes
were in the Poct Iiomk, not no1w remlleted.
Alfl peramns atre hereby ca:utimoned frm: tradinig
fior either of the abtove Notes, anid atny itnformation
coieerning them will be thatnfu ly received.
*. JOIIN IIIERRING.
R. M.3. WVEl~i'S MILL is now in first
.t.rate ornder, al wvill stnpply custotmer's with the
best of F'l.ur antd ?Meatl.
Nov 12 tf' 44
LLtoewoae netdt h Subscriber
.eilth, r by Note ori A ceoitt, arc requteste'd to
come forward and settle, as he must h::v'e mioney'.
mlESSE! P'. IJQODIEl.
Nov '5 3t 43
A Great Mtedicine.
:1LISS' celebrated D)YSPEPTIC REMEDY.
I Read that Ilog adlvertieentt on another col
umna. For sale by
DRd. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
..v A t - .3
J (4 IV 1[JI .3
-i s Esti .5.1
HATS, CAPS, TRUNE
J. M. NEWBY & CO., under t]
receiving and opeping the LARGEST.'BE
MENTof FALL AN
EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY OF AUG'
For Gentlemen and Youth's Wear, which f<
cannot be surpassed in this or any other M
receive . FRE SH S
Fom our HOUSE in New York. We al
SPLENDID STOCK of
YOUTH'S & CHIL
gj Country Merchants and ALL PEP,
to their interest to examine our Stock. as v
trading public on the most reasonabld term
gW Thankful for the past kind and libe
citizens of Edgefield and the adjoining Dist
Augusta, Nov. 11, 1856.
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
I III E next Session mill commence in the 22]
I..September and continue five months. For
rticulars see Edgefield Advertiser of August Oth,
I th and 20th.
C. A. RAY\OND, Pars.
Aug 27 tf 33
L invite the attention of the pullic to 4h fix1
lowing ari-ngements for the ensuing year:
The ;Maile Acadmnly
ill continue under the coitrol of Mr. J.\.MES L.
ESLY, whoso hng experience and untiring effrts
for the advancemenit of his'pupils ought to coimand
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Session...............-.- $ - 0.00
The Female Academy,
In which sm-ll Boys will be admitted. wiil be con
nted by' Mr. J.,4J. MORRIS, wdth competent
This gentleman has had six or eight years expe
enee in tceching1, has always given enitire Satisble
ton, and fromi his acknowledged ability aind ener.y
e detserves the patronnlte oif the public. Thei
rusees at Cross 11111, n here he htas been teachaing
-all aentlemien of inte'lleee-re' ommend himu as
eminently qjualilled to ?flve inlstrnetion inI all thet
hanhes of a thorough nuetion."' We may ald
tlATES of Trl'rION P'l SEsION. ,
First Class, Prhiary Pepartmnent.........60 00
Secondl ' Ordinairy E-nglish fliranche's. .2.ti0
iid " ]Iighe~r '" " ... 15 0*.
Lourth " Greek, Latigand French...1 800
The Schlolastie yvar will be dividedl into two se~s
.n s of five. mownths ceh. Puplilhs will be chlirged
omi the tinia of ente'ril' to the endl of the sessiin.
...ardi e:'n be had ini the village at from: S.S to ?$1I
P1 n:.inth. ll1EhR,'
S. P. OF'l'Z1:N.
A. . l1A.hUND,
S. W. GA1LUNElU,
.. PJOlti-'lI, 'I
A. P. IlTtiL~IR, '
Nov,'. 5 ti* -13
Village Property for Sale,
! I l Subiscrih:rs l'et.r for tsa'eth il
1 it0."l andl I.T h-Iow 1. as i. the ' s
-'idece of Capt. .lohin l.ij scom.' de- ! !
al. in tbe V:llage~ ol hlbidibl. ______
Te lIouse is large an.l comollielu.-. iiontain-*
no inet lr ten su oms, we'il e-.-itrue:ed mutl ini
su.l repair ;lhnving all the~ neee-myl) outbilig
The 1.01 coni~uiw I5 :ecevs. Tis plm-e is, asa
itidnce b~eamuilly an conlvei- utily sitnat-d.
The propry ii :y be trated for privalely ii alp
'ienti.'m be miadue s-on.
Nov 4 i l.1
'Land for Sale,
Y \'irtuet of anu order obtainied ftillm Chancel1ar
Ward liw. I will proceed to sel lion Friday,
te 2ls-t day. of Novembelr next. on a cre~dit of
oI mointhis, the TfR A CTi of L AND known as
w h .\a sea Sauniders Tract, containling
One Hundred Acres,
fore or less, being~ situate on the waters of Sleepy
reek, and boun~ded by lands of Aron Decan, Wil
m Corhey and others. The piurchiaser to give
bane with tw o adequate sureties and a Alortgage of
i i pr.mises fior thi security of the purchas~e mone.
O jrlT.h Sale will ake pin1ce on tile premlises..
JA AlES E A N, Trustee.
OeS 4S ,--'4t
Y ant order froml W. F. Duruioe, Ordinamry of
Egeliehil District, we will proceecd to sell at
te late ridence of Rtieharid Searl~s, deir'ed, on
ueslay tihe 25.hI Novembeitnr next, nil thei persoita
lstatc of said deeenxed conlsisting in plart, as tol
Fifteen Likely Negroes,
Iousehold andl lKite Furniture, Corn, Fidder,
Shucks. Cotton Seed, Horse, Cows and -Calves,
-logs, Shecep, Plantation and Black~smith tools,
Tit~rs.-All sums of and under $10 ahl,-nl
suns over ten dollats on a eredit oif twelve mths.
urchasrs will be recquired to give two or more
god securities. Right of' proplerty nlot changed
~ttil the terms oif r-ale are compllliedl with ; and 11
uti complied wit, the propetty to be resold at the
ormer purchaser's risk.
R. F. BA RRETT, A'dm'tors.
Oc.16 1856 - St 41
A S received froTn New York a large supply o:
Curtain Minterials, amolng n ieh are
Colored Damasks and TDaines. of beauttifnl styles;
Cords and Tassels, with Gimps to mnatch;
Rich EinbroideredI La'ee antd ilInslin Curtaiins, sorn
at ery low prices;
Corn jees arti Curtsin Ilands;
\Vindw Shades, pf new and hetautiful styles, some
at low prices5,
The public are recspectifully invited to examine the
Augusta, Oct. 1. tf
A LL Persn to whorm the Estate of Maria
Yaundecesedis indebted, will present thei
caims to the Undersigned on o' M,'ole thle 21s
lay of Novembher, and all persots uv-ho arc machtb
ed to the Estateivill make immediate payment.
W. U. YAUN.
Oct o* t* 41
IN D TAGL
E tOl liIN
:S, CARPET BAGS, &c.
ie U. S. Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA., are now
'T and MOST FASHIONABLE ASSORT
USTA, COMPRISING EVERY VARIETY OF
r superior QUALITY or MANUFACTURE
arket. In nddition to which, we will weekly
so keep constantly on hand a LARGE and
DRENS - QO THIUM.
SONS visiting Augusta will certainly find it
re are determined to ofler our Goods to the
ral patronage that we have received from the
riets, we hope to merit a continuance of the
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
The frieids of Co. WILLIt QUATTLEsUm res
pectfully announce hi:m asa Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
Er We are authorizei to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq, as a candidate for re-election for
Sherifl'cf Edgeliefi District.
U' Til Friends of Capt. H1. BOULWARE
resiectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgerleld District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVARres
p. elfully announee him as a candidate for Sheriff,
of Edgerield District, at thez ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE. Esq., of
Ilamburg,.in the upper part of the District, respect
fully annonnce him as a candidate for Sherif or
Elgefield District at the next election./
I- -h I4*
aT TuE Friends of hr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully ainno~unc him as a Candidate for Clerk
*of Edgetie!d District at the next election.
UTThe friends of ST ARLiNG TURNER, an-t
nounce hinm a enndidlate for Tax Collector at the
(LT The Friends of Mir. 31. WV. LYLES respect
fulv aomonnee him, ras a Cainddite for Tax Collec
tor of Ed ge.field at the next electicn.
UTlhe many friends of .\r. TIIOS. B3. REESE,
announce htim as a Canid:dte f->r Tatx Collector of
Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
7 The l'riends of Capt. E. W. UORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Eudgetield Djist rict, at the ensuing elee
IL7 The Fiends oIf Mr. CIIA RLES CA RT ER
respuetfully annour.ee him as a Candidate for Tax
Collee.,r or E.ggefieid Ih-tict. at the next cht etion
ET The Fri-eis .of ir. CUJAS. M1. 1A Y, res
plcifUi'y a::inoune him as a Candlidate fo'r Tax Col
ueior of Edgetield ]Dis. tit the li xt electlion.
0cD en t is t r y,
T iiE Snb.eribe~r ha s olene d ani
I. Ore tia's Uneii, w~hereil he
will attend to 'nyv hn iness pertin~~ing
to his Profession. A lieu 's Patent Tee:h, Curvilin
ear Gamn mu:d lIioek .'feethi. fromi '
Single Teeth~ to Entire Setts,
Put ny in a ...tyle to, leasei the mo~ st faetidiouus.
llentlists wis~hing teel h put ny. on .\ lb-n's Patient,
ean have it d. ne by sendini in their Plates at very
Il eists' G ; ld andl Silver late. G'sold Siver :and
i'intmina Wie round. hali round an.l ellindrical
N. I ..-.\ seticiiment ahways at the coimpjletioni of
.Inhl :A ' if 29
TO TiiE AFFLICTED,
I *r ,o.' a :I ccoucheur. late if Pi'laadelphuia
no--. l.,cat. N. 21'7, li..n Street. .\ugusta. Ca.
I'aieuina at:en.io.n puaid to the treatment ofi
Chirunie disenses5C. Vi.,its made at a distance on the
miost re) ainable termsi. Please adldress,
A ugusta Ga.
Atl2 f 12
~~Y O FFC E is now in this Village, next door
to VW. W. .dans, where I can he found at
all limes. C. W. STY LES.
Edgelield C. Hf., .Jan 15, -856. tf .1
~ ADERIOAN HTL t
0. P. HI.SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
Mlarch 12, 18%G. ly _ 9
iflE NEW CAR %S FgISHJED!
K ALYBRO TYPES.
r jhlESubscribers ru spectfully inform the Tandies'
anmd Gentlemen of Edgefield that their N EW
CAR is just completed ,n a most beantiful and
per'fect manner, which enables themi to take the
Finest Life-Like Ambrotypes,
And in the best stvle of finish and durabilily that
has ever been ofl'ered to the citizens of the District.
The CA R will remain only for a " fewv days"s in
this Town. Therefore, if you want your likeness
and such an one as will give you satisfaction-eall
soon,1 or thel Car'will leave you.
They wil' also taike A mbrotypes for Medallions,
Brooches, Lockets and Finger Rings. Portraits of*
deensed persons colpied aeeurately.
GirCome soon-conmc quickly, if yocu wouMd
take advantage of the splendid npptortunity now
oTred. Remember, " delays are dangerous."
A. T. LYON & CO.
Nov 5, - if' ' 43
.i 0 take eba~rge of the Schlool at Uorn's Creek
.Meeting-llouse. None need apply hut those
t hat can~ conic well recommended. The applicant
must, of'coutrse, be imister of the Ancient and Mod
ern Languages. To a suitable person, good wages
will be giv n. A pply to
J1. HI. FAlIR,*Trse.
--Nov.5 tf 43
1'OLLED befara tng ey John C. Unrris living.
r a ar blouimnai'n Creek Clurch on the Blocker
troad.'a blini datrk Sorrel Mare, sl~ven years old four
- tecn hands high.a white star~ in her face, appraised
to fifteen dollars.
JAM~ES M. HARRISQN sgy
Novnmbe 5 iMG 1m4m A3
HENRY .DA LY,
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
i g l 1[ WORTH of the above Goods,
O1U.UUU carefully selected from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Will be sold at very small advane on Cost.
Wr The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends before purehasing elsewhere.
,jr TERaus.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale, time with
approved paper. No second price asked.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 22, Gm 37
NEW FALL AND WINTER
'IIE Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, which
te invites his friends and customers to call and ex
imine. They have been selected with great -care
Is to STYLE and CHEAPNESSand will be
old low to prompt paying and cash buyers. .In his
toek may be found a fine assortment of
Plaid, Black and Morselale SILKS;
Gala Plaids; French Merinos, in all colors;
Plain all wool DeLaines:
Figured DeLaines and Cashmeres;
Embroidered Merino Dresses;
Black Bombazines and Challies;
Black Alpachs, Merinos ahd all wool DeLaines;
Fancy and Black Ginghams and Calicos;
A very fine assortment of CLOAKS of the latest
and most fashionable styles;
Jaconct and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing;
Embroidered Collars and Infants Waists;
A tine assortment of Ladies' L. 0. H1ankerehiefs;
A large Stock of Hosiery and Gloves;
Opera Flannels; Red and White Flannels;
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannels;
Sattinetts, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans ;
Rock Island Jeans and Black Cassimeres.
Blankets, Stripes, Osnaburgs, Georgia Plains,
Linseys and Kerseys, in great variety.
A fine assortment of Men's, Youths and Boys
3hoes ; Ladies and Misses Shdes and Negro Shoes;
A magnificent selection of
Hardware, Crockery and Glass Ware,
Saddlery and Groceries,
&c., &c., &c.,
ogether with an almost endless variety of every
rticle generally found in a Village Store, all of
which will be disposed of at astonishing low prices.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
Oct 1 tf 38
ALL'AND WINTER GOODS,
GENTLEMEN AND YOUTHS WEAR.
JIUST Rec% red and still receiving a well selected
Stock of Ready Made Clothing,
which I hop..- from my experience in the trade, will
nable me'to give satisfaction to those who may fa
vour me with their patronage. I also have my usu
il Stock of
Cloths, Cashneres and Vestings,
.hich will be made to order in the latest STYLFS,
nd at the shortest notice. Thankful for past, favours
nd hope for a continuance of the same.
Oct. 1, 1856,. -tf 38
AMiER I CA N HOT E L,
Eamburg, 5. 0.
HE roprIiOer of this wvell a
known IOTELbeg leave to
nrorm their friends and the public
~enerally, that they are always ready to receive
hecm in the BEST STYL E POSSIBLE.
Persons arriving at this H~otel may rest assured
hat they and their, baggage will be promptly scat,
re of charge, to the Carolina Depot, or to either
)t the G eorgia Depots.
We also take this opportunity of returning our
~ineere thanks fur past patronage, and will use every
.deavour to merit a continuance of the same.
There will always be on hand a good OSTLER,
n H~orses left in our charge will meet with every
tentin. 0. H. P. SCOTT & Co.
llamnburc, July 21, tf 29
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICES.
r 'llIE Subscriber desirous of making a change
I.in his business ot~ers for saile his LXARG E and
Assortmlaent of Ftun iture,
omaiprising'EVERY ARTICLE usually found
the ni:ost compl!ete Cabinet Establishnmnts, at such
iets as cannot fail to, satisfy purchasers. Come,
low, all who waint chmeap and tine 1g7RNITURE,
n ex:Ionine my Stock.
I still cointinne the sale of the METALLIC and
10O E WOOl) BIJ.\ L CASES, anid nlso have
onstnitly on hand a good lot of WOOD COP
INS, all sizes, which I will sell at modergite prices
JOHN M. WITT.
Oct. 1. 1S36, if 38
lou have boughg miy goods
I want my money!
Iness as so..n ats p'raticable. respeetfully informs
ill personis in anywise indebted to him that they
must make arrangmnits to settle up without delay.
s he* is wanting money and must have it. lle
~arestly hoipes all interested in this notice will
ive prompt attention to it, as he does not wish to
leal hanrshmiy with any, but unless they comply with
ie above request thme Lawyers and Mlagistrates will
ecrtainly have the pleasure of settling with them.
['his is fair warning. R. 11. SULLIVAN.
Nov5S tf 43
~S Iexpect to be absent from the State for some
tim., I have left my Notes in the hands of
I:xiu rT. W RIGI1T, Esq., so that any person may
tettie who wi.,bes to dlo so, anid I hope that those
indelted to ame will pay up tbefore the first of January
text. as I diall have use for a large sunm of money
it thatt time.
I have also constituted Mr. Waltcutv my agent to
tell n-y iharris ract of Land. A ny person wishing
o purchmae the same will please call on him.
Edgefield C. U., Nov. 5 4t 43
10TH R EG INENT, S. C. M.
Dna Cr.Ex, 0:,t. 15, 185G.
ORDE RS, NO.
B Y Virtue of an Order from Brig. Gen. WavER,
an election will be held in the 10th Regiment,
. C. M.. on Friday the21st November, for COLO
EfL, to fill thme vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation of Col. A. J. NEA..
S. G. WATSON, Maj.
Lower Battalion, 10th Regt. S. C. M.
Oct 15 5t 40
Cupping Cases and Searificators,
A lL kinds. lso, Lancets and a great variety
of Surgical Instruments, for sale by
1..& T. J1. TRGUE. Druggists.
( UITABLE for Court Houses, Offiees, Pasasges.
.J &c.-noted for itis durability and freedom of
noise komn the tread,-1 and 14 yds wide.
17 All orders must be accompanied with dimen
sions of Room.
LALLERSTEDT & DEMING,
Corner under Globe Uotel.
Augusta, Oct 22 tf 41
FROM the subseribhg. oig Seturday last, whilsi
.Ldriving to (Graniteville, a small red colored
II41FEtt; aboiut two years old, with white spots on
her back. She is supposed to be making her way
back to Mountain Creek, where sbe was raised.
Any information coneerning said Hifem: Will be
thankfully receited, or any one taking her up will
be liberally rewarded for their trouble.
Graniteville, 5. C.
Nov 5 3t 43
MEN'S AND BOYS FALL A WINTEfR
HATS, CAPS, &C.
LAYTON & KENNEDY, Auguas
C Ga., res*tfulle invite their country friends
and customers to call and examine their LARGE
and WELL SELECTED Stock of :
Ready Made Clothing,
Furnishiug Goods, Hats, Caps, Ac.
Comprisin every variety and style that can be
found in the Augusta marAet.
They are determined to sell CHEAP, and hope
to furnish good and well made articles. that :w9
gt Their Store is under the Augusta Hotel,
where persons wishing to buy will do'well to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
A ugusta, Sept 22 . - 15t 37
WN, 0, RRICE & CO"
DRAPERS AND TAIL ORS
Are now WELL SUPPLIED with a choick stockof
And all other Goods for Winter wears Imported
by ourselves. Gentlemen leaving orders for in.d ;
article of Clothing may be assured of getting iN 1
and GOOD GOODS, and made up in good and
WM?. 0. PRICE A C0.,
Drapers and Tailors.
Augusta, Oct 28 tf 0.4
LALLERSTEDT & DEIN,
Como, qqht &Iobe Nfofe, B4tic4tk -
DRY GOODS DEAES
H AVE now on hand the largest Stock of Ne
goor Plantation Goods ever
offered in this City, consisting in partof the.
White Macinaw 9-4 BLANKETS, at s low pr1
ces as the Blue Blankets, and far heavier.
They are the only House who have Gergia
Schleys best GEORGIA PLAINS, "all wool fill
ing." Other brands of Kerseys also on hand. -
LINSEYS, O3NABURGS, ST R I P E'S an&^
JEANES of every variety. Those visiting our
City would do well to examine our Stock before pur
chasing elsewhere.-Among their
. 1sA.1CTCT GrOOZR -MI~
Black Gro de Rhine SILKS
- Fancy Brocade and Striped 'Pon d Soir SILK,
varying from 621 ets to $5 per yard;
Every variety Paris Printed Mouslin DeLains
CALICOES, large assortment and varied in
Enibroideries of every de.-eription; I
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmings;
i a " Flounein
Hoops, Mohair, Cohores-and Corded Skirts -
CRENOLINE or Sardinia SKIRTING, the la
test and most desirable article for LUdies Skirting,
two yards wide;
Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS and TALMAS;
Brown and Bleached Homespuns, with a large
astortment of Cassimeres, Sattiutts, Janes, &e.,
for Men's wear;
Linen Lawns, Diapers, Damasks, Sheeting, &c.,
With everyvariety of Goods suitable to the season,
to which they invite the attention of all visiting our
.g Orders carefully and punctually attended to.
Augusta, Oct 20. . 'f 41
MORE NEW GOODS.
CH EAP CASH STRE!I
W IL L IA R E. ( R ANNE,
IS constantly receiving at his CASH STORE,
taurge suppliens of
New lid Fashionable Goods,
Which he is selling at a SMAL L AD
VANCE on New York Cost. H-e has re
eved by the last Steamer
Wide Bik Silk VELVET, for Cloaks and Talmas;
Plain and Printed DsL&IES, very cheap ;
English Sec. Mourning ?kNTS and other new
Beautiful stylea GINGH AMS, at 12) eta.
Ladies Mereno VESTS, long and short sleeves;
Chaniay, Briliants and Nainsook MUSLINS ;e
Cloth Cloaks and Tailmas, low priced ;
Kentucky JTanes, 18e to 25 e ; Satinetts, 37 to 75;
Plain Muslin DeL AINES, 126 eta.
All wool Red FL ANNEL, at 25 eta.
Brown and Bleached Shirting, at 64 eta.
Black Alpacca, Welsh Flannels-and a
Of other Goods. Persons visiting the City are re
spetfully invited to call and examine his assortment,
where they will find Goods at all times at the low
est Cash price.
Afgusta, Nov 5, 3t 43
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
E, TWEEDY & CO.,
NEAR THE LOWER MARKET llOUSE,
H Y'received their new and beautiful assort
ument of Gold and Silver Hunting and open face
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
Consisting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold Stone and
all Gold Setta;
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Chains, Fin-.
ger Rings, Buttons, &c.;
Silver and Plated Tea and Talile Spoons, Forks,
Ladles, Salt Spoons, Sugar Shovels,.&ec;
Ivory, Pearl and Tortnise She I Card Cases;
Pocket Books, Portmonaies, Knives, Seissors ;
Walking and Sword Canes;.
Colt's Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
A large assortment of CLOCKS, at prices varying
from SI and upwards, to which we call the atten
tion of our Carolina friends and the publia generally.
Augusta, Nov 5 , tf 43
.Hides, Hides, Hides.
I WILL buy 500 good Hides delivered at my
EDMUND PENN, Aoser.
Oct. 29 1856 f . 42
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Jesse
Limbecker, dee'd., are earnestly reguessed to
make immediate payment, and those having de
mands against the said Estate, will present them
propel attested. G. W. LANDRUM,
*Adm'or. de bonie non.
Aug 27 tf 33
A LL persons indebted tb the Estate of William
L.Vance, deed., are earnestly requested to settle
by the 15th February next, as longerdndulgence
will not bo given. Those having demands against
said Estate are nlotifie~d to render in their accounts,
properly attested, by that time, as I intend making
a final settlement in the Ordinary's Office on that
day S. BROADWATER, Admr.
Oydt 22 4m 41
O NE and a half ys wide, more beautifal in appear.
ance and durable than ordiniary Captng, all
wool. Another lot just received, price $12 pryd.
L ALL ERSTEDT & DRMN,
Corner, under Globe Hotel.
Augusta, Oct 20 tt. 41
HrE Subscriber has just received a eboeieM
Family M ACKERELin KIta;
No 1. Goaben ChlEESE. .
Also, 50 Saeks SALT-For sqi)Ie y
W. E. IG.
Spanish Jack, Dod Loet.
A LL persons who have entheir noteis~to a
on account of our JA s
tend to the same without delay..Tce loss
acopnts wiUl also attend. to -