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idersign 'ave this day formed a part;
Lnera fow the'Practice of Law and Equity,
i Edgefield dad the adjoining Districts. Office at
Edgeield C. H., where one or both may at all times
be found. S. W. MAxBRY,
- JAS. A. DOZIER.
Dec. 31 1856, tf 51
T. WRIGHT, Attorney at Law, may
/11He be found in the Office immgdiately below
the North side of the Court House, or in the Office
of the Commissioner in Equity.
Dec. 24, 3t 50
STOCK OF GOODS AT COST?
riiHE Subscriber wiisbing to close his business as
.. speedily as possible will, on the first day of
January next, CLOSE HIS BOOKS, and on and
after that date, offer his extensive Stock at Goods,
AT COST FOR CASH,
A large portion of the Stock will be oflored :.t
On heavy and strictly Staple articles the expense of,
transportation will be added.
-7 Families wishing to obtain supplies will find
a general assortment, and Country Merchants may
obtain many articles fromt the Stock at prices below
the present market value.
Dee 23 tf 50
The exercises of MRS. McCLINTOCK.'S
SCHlOOL will be resumed on Monday 19th January
RATES or TurrioN-$5. 6 ana $7, per quarter.
Dec. 23, St 50
:ECn3L MAl I
A Press, Type and Fixtures,
0N Saleday in January next, I will sell at the
Office of the "Edgefield Informer," in this
Village, the PRESS, TYPE and FlXTURES be
longing to that Office, to the highest bidder. On a
credit of six months, with good note. -
C. W. STYLES.
Dec.23, 1866, 2t 50
A desirable Residence
HE Subscriber offers for sale the HOUSE and
. LOT formerly occupied by W. W. Adams,
Esq. The House is comparatively new and in per
feet order, and is one of the best bui t. resideuees
in the District. Price low, and terms to suit the
purchaser. If not sold by January it will be rent
ed. CHAS. A. RAYMOND.
Dec 24 2t 50
House and Lot for Sale,
HE Subscriber offers for sale his conveniently
T located and comfortable DWELLING, lying
immediately below the Court House, and occupied
recently by Wm. McEvoy. It contains four good
rooms, and has aqnexed a Kitchen, Smoke House,
and other outbuildings, with a good yard and a fine
If not sold at private sale previous to the first
Monday in January, it will then be offered at pub.
Terms, one half cash, and the balance on a credit
of t% elve maonths, with note and good security.
Dec 24 2t 50
A Fine Horse for Sale,
I WILL sell the fine thorough
bred STALLION IIENRIY
at Edgefield C.. I., on sale day
. in February next, to thme h~ighest
biddler, on a credit until first January 1858, with
ntc rest from date. A note wihm good security will
i'e required. '
I IEN RY is sold for division as he is owned by a
firm. Henry was by Imported Glenco. Hlis dam by
N~edoe. His pedigree is unquestionable and will be
given in full to the purchmaser. HeI is fifteen bands
and an inch high. Hie is the Stallion that took first
premium at our State Fair in Columbia in Novem
war-tEdeil C. H. sale day
in .1anuary. TIIOS. G. UACON.
Dee4___ - 6it . 50
FH AV ING boughit out the entire stoek and traide
ofMsr.ROBINSON & ,JACKSON,
]Tambhurg S. C., I will continue the business at their
old stand1 whlere will be kept constantly on handl a
general assortment of HA RDWARE, and would
rcespetfully solicit a continuance of their old friends'
patronage and also a liberal share from my own.
-.JOS. J. KSENNEDY.
Dec. 24 3t . 50
STATF, OF SOUTH CAROL.INA.
' Mincey Dozie-k
JOTICE~ is hereby given to all and singular the
icreditors of Arthur D..zier deceased, whose
claims shall be left un.satisfied by the Administrator
to present and 'piove them before me on or before
the fourthm Monday in March next, on pain of being
precluded from the benefit of the decree for dis
Given undg mny hand at my offiec December,
16th 1856. A. SIMK1NS, C.E.E D.
D~ec. 241 3m ' 5
TIlE STAT E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
George Newbey and others.
JOTIC E is hereby given to all and singular thme
cL reditoms of Miria'm Newby deceased, to pre
sent and prove thmeir respective demands before me
on or befo're the fourth Monday in Narch next, on
- pain of being preplpded fronm thp benefit of thsp
ac cree for distribution.
Given under my hand at my - oficee this 16th De
cember, 1856. A. SINK INS, C E.E D.
- Dee 24 . 3m 50
10,000. LBS. of HIDES, for which the highest
market price will be givcu. Apply to
J. C. McDONALD.
Hlamburg, Dec 6 Im 48
B ROOM & NORRELL, August-a, Georgia,
hae just received per steamer a fine lot of
A uguta, Pee 16 184 6tf 4.9
Al LL Perronsm having demandis against the Estate
I.of Miss Marv P'arkmani, dec'd., are requested
to meet meL at Edgefield C. H., on Thursday thme l5th
.JlaunarYv with their claims properly attested, na I
wish to close up said Estate.
JOs. PARKMAN, A dm'or.
UeeC 24 4t 50
NO TI CE!
rj ilI ERE will be an Eleetion held on the Second
.1Monday in -.anuary 1857, for Intendant and
Wa.rdenms for the Town of Edgefleld. Thie Elee
tion z~ill be held amt D)rs. Teague's Drug Store.
Mtehsrs. Wright, LaBordie andl Rufus 4)ean will aet
as Managers. By order of Council.
R. HI. SULLIVAN, See'y.
pep 24 ~ f 50
Conie inu, Gentleilnen.
UST RteceiedTwentty-five Barrels double Rlee
.tiedRY E W HISKEY of a superior quality
and low price. Also, Absolute Decadorizea Alcohol.
fresh snmokid Deef. &e-.
S. E. 130WERlS, Agt.
1Hamburg, Dec 23, ,if 50
riO 30LLED beforeome as an Estray by John Tar
iner. one SORftRKL L IORSE, fourteen hands
a1 one inch high, blaze face, fl.mx main and tail, left
cout, and supposed to be about twenty years old,
aised at twenty dollars. Thu said horse will be
at.John K. Abtney's, living about twenty-two
orth of Edgefield Court Ilousec, on the An
LEWIS CUL.BREATII, M.E D.
, Dec. 1, 1856,r Im4m 47
Conenjient and Safec.
I TAVE-jn'st .received a Fde lot of Mae'kbell's
.1new patent fastenings for Window Shutters ad
ltlinds. They are: a eonvenient and. secure FaM
t* ner, and cannot be opened from the outside.
W. S. PA.MER. .
.ov96 tf - 46
Pieparatory Military School,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
O THE FIRST MONDAY
OF JANUARY, 1857, the
Third Year of this Institutiin will
be entered upon with a corps of
five Professors, in the new Gar
rison Buildings. By the
selection of men of character and talent as As
sistants, the Principals hope to merit the confidence
of their Patrons. and to afford every advantage to
their Pupils; and further, to secure these ends, they
will receive only a limiteid number of students.
The Scholastic year vll consist of two sessions,
of five monts each: First Session commencing Jan
nary 1st, and ending Juno Ist. Second Session
commencing July 5th, and ending December 15th.
TEai.-For school expenses, i. e., Tuition,
Books, &c, Boarding, Lights, Fuel and Wishing,
$100 per session.
PAYMENTs.-Fifty Dollars at the begining and
middle of each session. There will be no charge
for medical attendane. No one under twelve or
over eighteen years of age will be received, and ill
applicants are required to enter at the beginning of
FACULTY AND OFFICERS:
.Maj. Ml. JENKINS, (Senior in Regulation.
3 Di.eipline and Organizationj Professor of
' Capt. A. COWA RD, (Senior in Financial De
Z partment.) Professor of Natural Philosophy
L and French.
Lient. C. A. SEABROOK, Professor of Latin
Lieut. E. McIVER LAWj, Prof. Belles Lettres.
[ieut. H1. T. A BBOTT, Assistant in Mathematics
and En lish.
D. H1. THOMA SSON, M. D., Surgeon.
B. P. BOYD. Bursar.
Yorkville, Dec. 23, 1856, 2t 40
Edgefield Male Academy".
T IE Exercises of the Edgelield !ale A cade
!my will commence on Monday, January 12th,
MR. McCASLAN, still has charge of this School,
and from his past success in preparing boys for
College we hope he will be liberally patronized.
Tuition of Prima: y Classes, for the Scholastic
ear, $28; of Intermediate $32 ; of the Classics
$40. Students will be charged from time of entering
until the end of the session.
Chairman Board of Trustees.
Dec. 17 4t 49
Masonic Female College,
Cokesbury, S. C.
HE Exercises in this College will be resumed i
the first School day in February. I
For information as to Terms, Catalogues, &c., i
Address, F. F. GARY, See'ry.
Cokesbury, Dec 22, Gt 50
HE Exercises of this INSTITUMION will be
T resumed on the 4th Monday in Jan
ry next, under the control of J. MANLY
WALKER, with a competent Assistant. TheTrus
tees are flattered in again having secured the ser
vices of Mr. WALKER for the ensuing year. The
Institution las finely prospered pnder his charge -
and from experience, we can recommend him-as a
gentleman and teacher of high character and
worthy of patronage. Students will be prepared to
enter a respectable Class in any College of the State.
Willianston is a lealthy and flourishing
Town, in Anderson District. The Greenville &
Columbia Rail Road passes through the place, by
hih Students fronm abroad can find an easy access.
he place is more pleasatit and desirable, on account
f the celebrated Mineral Spring, which is near the
Bates of Tuition.
pellig, Reading and Writing per Session, $6,00
,he above with Egls 'Granmmar, Book
Keepina, Philosophy, &e. 10,00e
ncient Lanags andl Mathemasties, 1 6,00j
Contingefit Expenises, S
Students will be charged from the time of entei
ing until the close of the Session.
Board can be had in respectable families, at from
Eight to Ten Dollars per Month. a
- R1ev. 1B. Fi. M AVrIorN, '
DA.IEr, LIGON, I4
A veris WILImis, Esq, ~.Trustees. (
,Dr. W. B. MI.1.wEE,
W. K. CL.EMENT.J
Wiliamston, S. C., Nov. 19, 1856. &t 50
gr Th's is to certify that Mir. J1. Mast~x W.L.KER
as a -pupil, and afterwards a pupil and assistant I
ith me, in the Thalian Acendemy.
a highly respectable, his morals irre'proachiable.
ll his habits aind pr~neiples iioble and becoming the
eutleman and the ehristian. lIe howt myv full eon
idence as sneh. anid 1 feel cert:ain that he will prove
~iset' an dliiieett anil faithful teacer, wosrthy oif
atronge, nlot oiily in the lower brain'lies, but in
ie Classical :md .Mtheinatical Dp~artinsents of any I
z'cadmy: ; an.l justly meriting the kin.l r.-zardl of
all entlemen. .1. L KENN ED Y.
Thaliaii A cademy, Nov. 10, 1856.
A sitiuationi Wanted.
HIE 11EV. H. DLUNTON, is desirous of oh-.
Ltaining a situation as Tecr of an English (
~cool, in sonme healihy neighborhood in South I
arolina. In addition to teaching all the Branchesa
asually taught in onr common Schools, Mu sie,on
ie Pianno will he taught to such girls as are desn
ous of obtaining this accomplishment, having as
ycinted with him a competent female assistant.
good References can be obtained.
Addressflev. IU. Dunton, Mcritt's Bridge S. C.
D De. 17. S t d 9
A New Year at Hand ! 1
IHE season has again arrived wshecn cvery one
is expected to settle up all arrears. I therefore
ive timaely warning to'all indebted to sue, either by
tote or open accounit, to come forward and setlle
up without delay, as I do not intend to be riding or
eading an agent all over the country, and paying
shigh per cent for colecting. I now want my money
and niust have it. No excuse for bad erops.
ggYou can settle withiii until the first Feb
ruar, a''ter that time with my Attorney.
Dec 24 fit --50'
LL Persons whose claims against thme Estate of I
tC. J. Glover have not been settled will Ileaise<
call immediately on IH. T. Wright, Esq., who is
fully authorised to settle all of the said claiimis. And 1
ti those whose claims are not settled by Thursday:
after ?ale day in February next, will mecet me in the
.ommisisi>nmer's Otlice on thatt day as I intend to
make a final settdement of the Etate at diat timie.
All those indebted to nme will call on Mr. Wright and
seutle with him. Those wvho dosn't pay by Thurs
a iifter sale day in Feb :ary will be uncondlition
ally .sued. -.
Now, gentlemen, by~attenading to the abhove yon
will olige me-and ir you don't I will oldige you.
JOHN RAINSF-ORD, Adin'or.
Dec 24 - 4t 50
N OTiCE !
A LL Persons itidebsted to m4~ as Executor of the
Ig1ate of Dr. J. 0. Nicholson, dee'd., or due
me as A dministrator of J. C. Allen, dee'd., must
ome forward and settle, as guardians have been
appsintedl for thme legatees of said Estate. I hope
all conerned will comply withiout further tronb'e.
0 . W. ALLEN.
Dec 24 4t 50
UIME Undersigned hats now sold out his entire
Stock of Giods, and intends leaving the Stte
on the 10th day of .January, aiid needs ad must
hae the money that is due him. Theirefore all pier
unis in-anywis indetetd to him are requested to
make iniiiediate tpayment, or at latest bsy the th
.January next. Th'lis is rair no'ice.
R. LI. SULLI!VAN.
Dec 24 _ 3t (
RO.\ thme Subscriber at Edgs lied1 C. T I., on
[Monday the 15th inst., a 11.XY HIOlktE,
about 15 harils high, live years old, a small white
spot in the fichiend and also near the endl of is
nose. No particular marks or sears recollected.
A reasonable reward. will be given for his dec
livery to me at my residence, or any information
conce~ning said horse thankfylly received.
D. T. MiIMS.
. Dc 24 St 50)
Phyicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
MElDICINE CASES-for sale by
iVA. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
Ma.2 on f.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Ficri Facias to me.
dheeted, I will proceed to sell at Edgeflield
Court flouse, on the first Monday in Januasy next.
the following property, in the following cases, to wit:
Willinn Shannon, Assigiec, vs. Malichi Coghiurn,
Stedman- & AM ims and others, ,vs. The same, The
tracvor land where the Defeidant livel, containing
two hundred teres, more or- less, adjoining lands of
Derick Hlolsonbake, John Moyers and others.
James A. Talbert andetheis, vs. Thomas fR. Col
lier, A tract of land containing three hundred acres,
more or loss, adjoining lands of Charles Freeman,
James Blackwell and others.
ienjamin Etheredge, Adm'r. and others, vs. G.
L. Butler, A 'tract of land containing eighty-six
acres. more or less, bounded by lands of, A. L.
Dearing, William Etheredge and others.
W. L. & P. J. Colenimn and others, vs. Lewis W.
Ho!mes, A tract of land containing twelve hundred
acres, nore or less, adjoining fands of Derick Ihol
sonbake, .1. A. Lott and others.
S. Broadwater aild ithers, vs. William Culelazier,
a tract of land containing six hundred acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Douglas Robertson, Mrs.
Nancy Talley and others.
Gilrord Waller va. William G. Whitc, A tract of
land containing twenty acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of P. S. Brooks, T. S. Daniel and others.
The Bank of Hamburg, S. C., vs. William 11.
IlIovey, a House and Lit in the Town of Hamburg.
S: C., on the corner of Mercer and Levenswortli
Streets, - bounded by Levensworth Street on the
West Mercer Street on the North, and No. 15 on
the East, and South by Market Street, as will ap
pear by the plat or plan of the said Town of Ham
Samuel Brooks and others, vs. .T. II. Christian
nd others, one House and Lot in the Village of
:Edgefield, containing one acre, more or less, ad
oining lands of John Ml. Witt and 11. Boulware.
lso, (one other lot of land in ttc Village or Ede
ield, known as the Brick Yard Lot, conlainitig five
cres, more or less, adjoining lands of John Culgan,
Jolu Muloy, U1. T. Wright and others. This last
nentioned lot will be sold in two lots, one lot con
Aning two acres, more or less, atd known as the
.oode lot, the other lot containing thrce acres, more
r less. A descriptiun of the dividing line-will be
esignated on the day of sale. Levied upon hs the
wroperty of the Defendant, J. II. Christian.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Dec. 10, 1856, 3te 49
... Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTll CAROLINA,
Samuel S. Horn and others, A pplicants,
Absolem Horn and others, Defendants.
Y Virtue of an order from W. F. Durisoe,
1 Esq., Ordinary of said District, in the above
tated ease, I will proceed to sell on the fist Monday
a January diext, at Edgefleid Court House, the
teal Estate of Elijah Horn, Sr., deceased, situate
n said District, containing one hundred and fifty-one
eres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs Sophia
'illman, Samuel Horn and othrs.
TEaMs-A credit until the first Monday in Janu
ry 1858, purchasers giving bound with good secu
ities, and a mortgage of the premises to the Ordi
mary to secure the purchase mnney.
Cost to be paid in cash. Pirelsers to pay extra
Lr titles. JAS. EIDSON, s.E D.
Dec. 13th 1856, 4te 40
BY Virtue of sundry wriis of Fieri Facias, to
ne directed. I will proceel to sell at Edgefiehl
ourt House, on thle first Monday in January next, e
e frltlowing property. in the following cases, viz:
Alark Etheredge vs. William Mc Evoy and others,
.ark & Duckmaster vs. William McEvoy, and 1as.
4. RLielhardson vs. the same and others, one negro
nan by the name of -Joe, a first rate Shoe and Boot
daker, the property of the Defentdant Wn. McEvoy. s
Terums of sale cnsh.
JAMES EIDISON, s.C.D.
Detc 15 185 6 3t 49)
S}iAT OF SO.UT[H CAROL[INA,
W. C. Corley, et. al.S
pY virtue of an order froom W. F. Durisoc, Or- -a
Ldinary of l'dgefield Distriot, in the above stat
d case, I .shall proeccd to sell on the first Monday
January n,-xt, at Edge-leld1 Court Ilotuse, the 2
eal Estate of Adkin Corley, deceaned, situated in;
e District afuresatid, on the waters of Dorton' |
Miek, waters of Saovannaha River, adgining lands of'
atues laek-ell rand Catlet Curley, containing one
undrd-acres, more or less.
TEt..s-. eredit of t)velve months,- purchasers
iig bond -withi good seurities, and a, mortgaad of h
e prenmises to the Ordinary to secure the- parchbase
on-v. Cost- t,> be paid itt onah. rurchaosers 's
iy extra for titles.
JAS. Ef D:SON, si n.. I
Dee. 2, 1S56, 5t 47 i
Execut ors Saie,
~Fwill poce-ed to sell at the late iesidencee of -
JTames. Ye~, dee'd., ion IRJ)-.'lKSJ)A Y',
e 1-t dayoill J mua nt. tall the~ personmal pro-.
crty of sahio decenced, '$.mistinog of'
Thirtee or'! F5ourt een Negr~uoes,
tck or I horses. Mlules. CattY-. 1 cets andl Sheep,
Corn. Foader, )oats, Cott-n sed -i
Plantation TJools, Wagon, 4 x Cart, d]
Set of Ulacksmtith Taool<, Thra~sh.r, Gin
iead, I louse-hold and Kitehleni I-urjnture. Als~o a
)ne or two sha:res of Steek in the Edgetiehld Odd
ellows' & Masonic Building Ams~einton, mnd other
rtile.s noit neessary to mlentiaat.
Also, at the same'time andl pla-ce will be said thme I
Planitat ion or Tract of Land
hron the deceased resided at the lime of his
eth, adjoining lands of .Johtn P. Self, Wi. B.
)orn and othters, and containing Three hundred
ad sixty-four and a half aocres, mote or less.
Also,'the interest of the deceased in a Tract of
.and known as the BLACKWELL TRACT,
mught-by thme deceased aond others for mining pur
.ses, a description of whlieb will given on Ite day
de Terms made known on the day of saole.
JASPER YELDEBLL, ( Ex'ors.
JOSEiPil L. TALBIERT. 3
Dec 24, 3t 50
[ AViNG arranged to unite my planting inter
e st in Mi ssissippt, I wills 11l, at ao very reduced
price, my L A DS in Abeville. They are situia
ed in the " Flat Woods," ten miles from the Court
louse, the samne distanc from Vienna, (river navi- I
ration,) and imnmediatelv on thme proposed route of
e Savannah Vul'ev R ailroad. 1leinmg susceptible of
livision, they will be sold1, if desired, in parcels of
.25, 375, 35~), 250, 300 and 155 acres, moire or.
ess, respectively. The first five tr-acts arc separe
Ltely enebvoed and mdbiming, and wouhal make two
r~ tlreo fretty little idlantations, afibrding suitable
ites for .iuarte-rs, with wood and gooad spring water
oiVenienOt to thme same. 1;
The above Lands arec olyeru-d at privatte sale, and
f not disposedl of by the sec--oil MONDAiY in Jan
lr-y next, will ,mut up) to thme hioghest bidlder on1
at dlay. The i., to ak.e 1place ont premises. At
he sanoe time andl pla:ce will he saild, about 3,000l
,utOhlLsl of Corn, Seedi Ouots, Rye. Penus, a qjuantity
Foder, Shucks, Cot ton So-ed, WVagonos, Catrts,
Woeelbrrows, Ploughs and Plantation I np~lenmenmts
~enrally ; one of Ilussey's Reaping Machoines, a
leCormiek's Wheat Drill, fine Wheat Fa, and
Fastnem's Cutting Knife, ant improved Corn Sheller.t
\Is, the stock of Cattle, Ieng", 14 Mules, 2 fInor
tes anod se-veral voke of Uxen. Persons disposed
o urhtts can coansult me tot Camdelan until a week
befoore the sale-, whe-n I will be on them premises. Thme
:-orn will be shelled and in saclks to suit the conve
otiee of purchasers. Terms on the damy of sale.
De. 17 4t 49
BY consent oaf partics we will prceceul to sell at
EdEgefield Court llouse on the f'rst Monday
in Jtnuary next, -
Four Likely Negroes,
lhelonginog to the Estate of .Johln V. Tilhnanm
Terms made known on da~y of sale.
All persons in anywise indebted to the said Esttate
tre- requested to pay ony forthwnithm and nll having
luands agaoinst said latate will render thecm no by
tloe-flo Moaa ~ 1 . P. TILLM A N,
A. A. GLOVER,
- J.. F. A DA MS.
De. 17 3t 49
B Y an noder from Chanceelor Wtadlaw,.I will
s~ell at Edgefie-ld C. It.. an sale day in .Janusm
r nxt, te follo.,ing NEI0W SLA' FS,-to wit:
ononm. Anue-lha, sopihuinandoi lher- ehibl Neil.
Termis mmdde knowni on daiy eof motle.
ELDREI.) M. SWEA RINGlEN,
Trustee of S. B. Ryan.
De. 1 7- t 49
W E WOULD inform die citizens of Edgelield
and the adjolnitig Districts that our con
stantly increasing business TUs compelled our re
mi1oral from "3 BROAD STREET," to the inag
ficent and spacious BROW-NSTONE BUI.LI)lNG,
1 33'LCXA"D -P2LMRET.
The necommodations 'and iarrangements of this
NEW DEPOT," are unsurpassed by any similar
stablishment in the UniteTStates ;and whilst it
ill afi'otl facilities for keeptg our usual LAfRGE
M18CE LLANEOUS BOOKS,
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, &C,,
Ve aniso propose adding larko largely to our present
TOCK of STATIONERY : And those in wont of
LEDGERS JOURNALS, CASH BOW3,
ETTER, NOTE AND CAP PAPER, &e., &e.
ill find it to their zdvanieAo visit us.
S. G. COURTENAY & CO.,
16 Bookbellersand Stationers,
" Sign of the .Nets Boy."
Charleston, Dec 16 Gm 49
' WILLIAM SHEAR,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
AS rceivcd frmn ]ew York his Fall and
.Winter supplies of Staple and Fancy D RY
ODS, amono: which nr -
Rich Printed IEIAINS, of the latest Paris styles;
Plaid French and Plaid XiERIKOS:
Plain White and ]lack French .1ERINOS, of
Fancy Dress SILKS, of heantiful styles;
Superior Plain Black SILKS, at very low prices;
Black Silk FELVET&of-extra width and quali
, for Ladies' Basquesi'
Real WvIth F141NNELS, warrantd not to
lleavy haker, Silk Warp, and Patent FI'A~
Rd 1-'LAN VETS, somc at verty low prics, for
]Ai1rselles, A .tendale andi Lancnster QUIL~ TS:
Speri or l-d, 5-4 nd 6-4 Fturniture 1)Il11TIES;
Lad.e? Embtroiidere.d andi I lem-stitehed Linen
ambt rc Ji.NKJ1RIIIE FS ;
iLndies' Embtilrikder tluslin COLlARS and
'rN)ERSIE l'ES in seVs;
Superior Ihnmask )IA PERS, TABLE CLOThIS
Buperior 4-4 lrisht LIXENSantd LONG LA AWNS;
124 Linen LIIEETIXGS and P'illow CaseLIN
124 Ul-eee Allendiale SIZEETINGS and Pil
w Case C0O' ONS ;
7-8s and 41-4 li~eached SIIIRTIKYOS, of thec
:t atpproved styles ;
A large supply t'r English and A merican PRINTS;
A ctiidete assomnitent of 1.edies' Gent'emen 's
lisses~ and Yonth's 110SIER Y;.
A full supp)ly of atie'es to:- S3ervantts' wear;
With almost every articie r..juired fur Faij
iut P'lan'tation itse,pund whlichl will be-sol1'at very
1w price.* - -
Te publie atre'repectenpyr requested to examiine
A gusta, Itic. IC tf 40
A. l'USTA, CA .
.\ 1ecie fro New Terkil,
Rih Ielvet C il'PT~'S, ofi newt andtpln
*uirer .tngslh .1 Irtmels C Ri'ETS, of new
i eleganitt pangru2e;
:,ke. warrattteel all wicl:
Superiir 34 antd 4.4 Ventian CARPIETS, for
Etgl itcussels atnd Stair C.\1ItPET:
Cl U.\l II CLOTIIls, in patterns and by the yardt;
A large suppjly oif six, seven anid eight feet Wi N
Ebtroieretl Lace andI Musint CURTAINS,
tome at very lon' prices :)
Rih, Coloi-ed D.\MlASKS anid DE LAIN ES, for
RASS CORN ICES and CURTA IN .\ND)S
r henuti'td patterns ; -
R~Ib Chenille Icarth TIUGSand DOOR M\ATh;
Cocoa, Adelaide, and Colored Sheep Skina M1ATh,
The public are respectfully invited to cxa:oinc the
A ugusta, Dcc. 16 tf 49
Negro Cloths and Blankets,
WILLIAM SII R las received a
large snpply of NEGJRO CLOTIIS andi
ALs.. Superio.r Whitn~ey Bed liT2.NKE~TS, al
C which will be soltd at very low prices.
A uguta, Dec. 16ti 4
WL JLA 511I E A R~ has received from
New York. Ladie.' Slate Colured Whale
'one and Wadded SKIRWTS, of the most approved
Also, Mlisses' W H A LEBONE SKIRTS.
A uguta, lDe. 16i tf .49
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
Broad Street, Auguta, Ga.
OlIN .& TilO31.\S A. BONES, invite the at
tention of the Planters ot' South Carolinia, to,
icr stock of Sw ees f ron impa;orted by thenm
iret troml Swedlen-.A L.SO-reljnedl English and
hmet. Iron Alill I ronls, Lend(, Copper, M.ine, Carpen-.
crs ad Smithis Tools, Casti, litter and Plowv Stell,
rnee, Wagont. Log and Coil Chain's, Iron Axels,
loe, 11ames, A xes, Nails andl a full assortm~ent of
Ao-A large assortment of the mosht apprbved
tch as Self-shmrjening Strnmw Cutters, Corn Shel
ms, Whent Fans, Plows, Harrows, Ox Yokes, &c.
And the largest and best aSSOrtment of Roidgers &
3ons CUT LERY, ever ot~ered in this Mlarket.
Augst;., Dee. 2, 185G6, t f 47
Land for Sale.
PH lE subscriber offers for sale a Trnet of Tand inl
I Edgelield 1)istrict, lying 'on Cuffee Town
Creek, in the vicinity of Liberty lill, and contaimnitig
Six Hunidred (000) Acres.
It is of Oak and Ilickory growvth, tnnl as fine farm
img land as any in the District. ,Indeetd it is extra
inc fr Cotton, as ali who k now it must atnd will a'
mit. Near yo[Tn lUNDRIED) ACRES of the
rat is in woods. Th~e landi in enhtivatio is inm good
lmn:rI. The plnee is well wattered, havmg upion it al
hstimt s/prig. The bunddinge upon the plnee are
, il t lerabil.-, lint the lned maoke-s mnonls for all.
Those tder iring to jnrelhnse the pin~eu, had] better
decide quick, as the subscriber is just now anxious
to sell .-JULIUS BANKS.
nec 9, 185, tf - 48
Eg-TtE Friends'of Mr. STEPHEN SIIAM
respectfully announce him as a Canlilate for Sheril
of Edgefield Distriet, at tiei next election.
The friends of Co. WILLIAM QUAmr LEium res
peetfully announee him as a Candidate for Sheril
(if Eilgefield at the ensuing election.
Oj7 We are authorized to announce LEWIE
.ONES, Esq, as a candidate for re-clection foi
Sheriffcf Edg,-field District.
' UT TiE Prends of C:ipt. 11. BOULW AR1
respectfully anfnolulneJ him as 'Catdidate f0 heri
of Edgeliqld District at the next election.
TlIlC friends of Capt. LEWIS GOVAR, ras
peetfully :nnoune him as a candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., ol
Hiamburg,, in the uppe-r part of the Districl, respect
fully announce. lyi as a ca:nlidate for Sherif ol
Edge.li 1.1 I)istrict at the next vlection.
OMTi u Friends of Mr. ROBEIRT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce limn as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
n TnE . Fri.ndA of Mr. R. 1'. 1 JAIR0ISON,
respectfully aunnounce hint as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District at the e.suing clee
07Tli friends of STAfR!fdNG TURN ER, an
nounce him a eindidate for Tax Collector at the
11T The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fqlly announce hin as a Caildidate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgeicid atthie next electikn.
07The many friends of 1r. THOS. 0. REESE,
announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collctor of
Edgelield District, at the ensuing election.
r The l riends of Capt. E., W. HORN, re
speetfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
OT The Friends of M. CH ARLES CART Er
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
87.The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ctor of Edgefield .District at the next election.
D entistr y,
T HE Subscriber has opened an
Office at Ryan's Hotel, where he
will attend to any business pertaining
to his Profession. Allen's Patent Teeth, Curvilin
ear Gum and Block Teeth, from
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
Put up in a stylo 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
made to order. r I. PARKERI.
N. B.-A settlenint always at the completion of
July 30 if 29
TO THE AFFLICTED,
D R. TILITER, Hmonaopathic Phyicinn, Sar.
goan, and Accoucheur, late of Philadelpia.
now located No 217, Bread Street. Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
litmierdieses.- Visits made at a djptance on the
nost reasonable termos. Pl'ens -nddress,
A ril 2 If M. 12
1 on the third Mlonday, 19th .lanuary 1857, un
er thie~eontrol aind inistruiction of AMr.GCeo. Gulhin.
R~ates of Tuition.
Cassical Department. per 'ession of 5 months $15,00
irst Class, English, " " " " 10.00
Second " " " " " 7,00
nidentatl charge, " " " " 1,00
Tfhese arc the regular charg-s. able at the end
of each. Session. A n additional Inarged/25 per
ent will be made naains~t pupils-en*fring for less
han a Session.i No deduction for -enee unless
ased by..artraete.h sickn:-ss. --
*Sfrf t oniiliance with the runes of discipline and
loe applica':in to th~eir studies by the .tudent-,
righi thoirough'drilling antd systetmatie instruction by
the teaceir, will enable us, we contidently expect, to
ive satisfuetiotn to all who may favor us with the(ir
atrotage. W. hIA R RJSON, L'ar.s'Nr. V. T.
.1. IE. i.cwis,
., . EnDwaans, Trtistees.
W. T. X E5T,
A. 'T. Trtvt~oa, --
inT iite'f the atltent'in oft lie puibl ' o he fol
Iluwtin : arrangemems for the nciniig yeair:
ill conttint:: under thec cottrol of Mir. .J A MiES L.
I i.Y'. wh'o. longi ex~ perice andl untiring eilorts
for the aidvancLenWit of his iupiils ought to com:mdi~i
a lberail slint'e if paitroni:tge.
Tuition per 'Session......... .....$0.i00
Thet Fecmle Academzy,
n ':hich small Bovs wi1ll be a-hniitted,. will he con
uted by Mr. J.~ ]. 'MORIIWS, wth competent
Thtis Lrentlh-man has htad six or e.ight years expe
ience in teaiching, has alvays given entire satisfiio
ie deserves thei pattrona~ge of the public. Thie
rstees at Cro::s 1 fil. where lie has been teaching
-all genitlemien of' intelligence-n (ommecnd hint as
' emniently gna~lilied to give ilm.tituctioni in all thle
branbes of a thtoroughi edcto. We may add
that SMr. Lisiv fully enlurses this favorable opitn
nATES OF TUiTiON Pv.: SstoN.
First Class, Primuary Dpclartment.. ... .....0 0ft
Seond " Ordinary English Ulrantches...1n
'hird "~ Highier " " ....1:i.00
Fourth "~ Greek, Latin and French'....1.0tt
Msic.............. .... ........ ....20.00)
The Scholaslie year will lie divided into two ses
sions of five itonths each. Pupils will be cha;rgedl
fromt the time of enterinig to the end (If the session.
Trhe exercises n~ ill commence on the lirst Mlonday
Board catn be -ima in the village at from $8 to $ 10
per month. -
A. J. IIA.IOND, :I
S. W.. GARIl)NER, !
J. C. PORT ER, I
A. P. IIUTLIER,
HI. A. SHAW, j
Nov. 5 tf 43
A'L7L peisons indebted to the Estate of Gleorge
-Gfetaen, l)eensed, ;ire requested to mia:ke pay
mett beforo ilairch Court, or they will find their
iotes in the hanids of ani Attorney ; antd thosc.hiav
ing demands against the samte '.ill present'them,. as
I an determinted to settle up the lEstate without
dlay. S. P. G'ETZ EN, A dm'r.
Dec. 3, 1856, tf 57
Spanish Jack, Doin Lopez.
A [.L persoUS who have given. their notes to us
- on account of our J ACK. arc regarsted to at
tend to the sitne without delay. Those who owe
counts will also attend to thue same.
G. D). & R. T. MIMS.
Nuv. 5 tf - - 43
LL persons concerned wvill take notice that I
Ahave appointed Guy Brondwater my agent
and A ttornev to represent mo in the collection of
ge debts due to the Estate of Randal Delaughter
decsd, and in all other duties dlevoilvinig upon mec
as Adminisitratrix of said deceased.
M~A RY DELA UGII#Ii, Adm'ix.
Dee. 17 tf 49
- TE, the Undersigned, having been appointed
IVAgents for the sotlo of Ketttlewells' Comi
piunals of (GUI.\ NO aind S.\f.T., hiave now on
ha-l a l..rge supply whio.h wi are prepared to sell
to l'lanter s on lie moste; favornble termsn for cash.
Also, Peruvian G UA NO. Land Plaster Renova
tr LlIME. SIBLEY & USH ER.
Ha-mburg, Dec 10 a'm 48
TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIlNA,
Mary Wiliatian and otherP
. .Billfor Partition.
Joel A bucy, jr.
Narcissa Nunn au others. )
Y. Virtue of an order fran'Clancellor Ward
3 law i.i this case, I w1 I proceed to sell at
the first-mentioned of the tracts given below, on
Wei!-sday ii. .i:.t Of tis month, the following
.. A trael oif lnd, ituate in Elgefield District,
containing. five hundred and twenty seven acres,
lore I -ss, d41 adij.'iiing lands Of Williarm Cole
man, Edward Coleman and others. Tkis is the
tlrt of which Joel Ahney, Scu'r., lite of this dis
triet, died seized 6n4 possesst'd.
2. Another tract of twenty-five acres. adjoining
tie former tract. and upon which are Merclant.
Saw and Grist Mills. 'This property is nwin Samluda
river, is evxeedingly valuable, and ought to com
mand the attention of all persons seckinrg safe real -
estte Invt atmits.
- I will also sell at the sIlC time and place, the
followinrg negro slaves, viz: Prinias Phil, J.*k,
Mourning, .onnaa and'her child lfen, Eie. josh
and1 Wale; A ni all and singular tie other chattels
on said premises held in common by the parties here
interested,or by any two or more of'them, cofnsist
ing Of three mules, one hrire, a stock of cattle and
bogs, household and kitchen furniture, corn, fodder
and ots, oneit four boirsi' wagOn and gear, two setts
of Ililacksmith's tools, anl various implements (if
'T EHMs oF SALE.-A cre.it, ns to tIe land, 1.f o'ie'
aml two years, aml as to the personality of one year
from the d!ay of vale, with interest from date ofsale ;
except as t so much as nmy be required to defray
tie costs of these proceed.ngs, whi!h niust be pune
tually pail in cash.
Time purchase mnley is to be secured by Bonds,
with aliple personal Sureties. And purchasers are
to pay extra for titles. A SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Dec. 2. 4t 47
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN E QUITY.
George A. Addison and '. J. Minis,
Emma L. Addison, et. al.
B Y virtue of an order from Chancellor WARDI.AW,
in the above stated case, I will sell at Edge
field C. I[., on the first Monday in January next,
the following real estate belonging to the estate of
Joseph Addison, dee'd., to wit:
THE ALLEN LOT, in the Village of Edgefield,
in the fork of the Columbia Road and the Edgefield
& Cheatham Plank Road, containing about one and
a half acres, adjoining Lot of John Covar.
LOT NO. TWO, n the Village of Edgefield
on the Plank Road, on Beaver Dam Creek, ad
joining Lots of Dr. E. Bland, D. R. Durisce and
0. McGregor, containing one and a half acres.
LOT NO. THREE. opposite Lot No. 2, on
Plank Road, containing about one aere and 'a half,
njoiniig lots of James Sheppard, Lod Hill and
Mrs. S. Golding.
TEtas.-A credit of twelve months, with interest
froin date except costs which must he paid in ea~h.
Purchasers giving bonds with ample security, and
to pay extra for papers.
A. SIaKINS, C.F.E.D.
Dec. 11, 1 56 4te 49
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wm. J. Williamas,
Luther Williams and others, -
Vs. Bill for Far.
C. Bruce Walker andl wife andI
}i)Y Virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
.)law in this case, I will proceed to sell at Edge
ield Court Ilouse, on the first Mlonday in January
ext, tha following realty:
A T R ACT OF I1AND situate in Ed gefleld
District, containing seventy acres, mocre or less, now
n possession of James Armstrong, and adjoining
andls of Janmcs F. Adams, Daniel Prescottend
TEnnis.--A eredit of twelve months fiom the,day
if rahe with interest from date, except as to so mneh
s may be required to defray the costs of this suit
,hich must be punctually paid in cash. Titles to
e paid for extra. The purchase money is to be
eured by Bonds with ample personal sureties.
A. SIMKINS, C. E; E. D.
De2 4t . 47
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
IN EQUITY. --
.Tohn L~. Dohey,
Sarah Morris, and others,
Mlatilda D obey anid others.J
TllE Commiissioner deems it prudent to adver
tise thec PL AN'TER'S HOTE L for re-sale on
iely in .1 ainnarty, in oarse the terms are not coma
lidt with hy that time. 'This is not because lhe
dubs thamt the first purchaser will comply ; but, in
e;se he ,.imn'd famil to dto so, by death, accident, or
i.th:rwise, it is desirable to the parties in interest
hat thle prIoperty be again offtered ini time to ensure
:1 suice'fuhl ie.
T,ns as befoire. Sale at the risk of the firs
,oirchaser. A. SINIKINS, C.d.D.
Dee 16 18511 4tc 49
STATE OF SOUTil CA ROLINA,
EDG EFI ELD) DISTRICT,
Y)1 virtue of an order fjpm Chan. Wardlaw, in
.) this ease, I will sell at Edgeliebl, C. II.. on the
first londa~y in .lamnnary next, the following real Es
tate of Arthur D~ozier, deeenseil, to wit: The
I0OEST EA D) P LA CE, containing fifty (50) acres,
ore or less, boiunded by lands of Daniel Living
.ton. 'The IlCAflTY Pl1ACl.:, containing one
hnd red (1b) acres. mioror h'ss, bounded bylhas
f I aniel Livinigston, George Long, Bennet Perry
Tr.ns-A eredit of twelve months from day of
sale, except costs, which must be paid in cash. Pur
hasers giving bonds with ample security and to pay
extra for titles. A. SilKI~NS, C E E.D.
Nov. 2Gth, 185(i, .- 6t: 460
Siate of Southa Carolana.
IHenry JIentinigs, an.1 others,Peionfrac
Jamues Tompkins, Ti ustee.
B Y an order from Cliamncell..r Waril-w, in this
case, I will proceed to sell, at Edgetield C. Hi.,
n time first .Monday in January next, mthe following
negro slaves, viz: Charles, Sally and Jim.
Tr.nst-A eredit of twvelve Months, with interest
from the day of snile, except as to s.' much as may be
requtidto defray time costs of this proceeding, which
must lhe pail in cash. Pnrchase nmney to be secured
by bonds with ample personal sureties.
A. SIMKCINS, C.E.E.D.
Deo. 1, 1856 5t 47
5tate ofSoutI1 Oarolinla,
EDOGlFE LI) DISTRICT,
.Samahd Ninny Quarks,
S. W. Gardner.
NOTICE is hereby given to all and singular time
creditors of Sterling Quarles, decased, to pre
sent thir..-elaimis duly authenticated to my Office
pror~ to the fourth Mondlay in March, 1857, other
wvise they will be precluded.
Given under amy hand at may Office, this 15th
Dee. 185 .A . SI MKINS, C.E.E.D.
Dee 15 1856 3m 49
ON Thursday after the Saleday in January I will
.expose to sale, through my A gents, all the
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Owned bmy the late John Doby, and belonging to
the PLA NTlERS' ihOTEL1, in Edgefleld Village,
coisisting of Bed-Steads, Mattrasses, Feather-Beds,
Chais, Tables, Andirons, &c., &e. A mong the
artieks is one fine SOFA and a large MIRROR.
ggTrms will be made known on the day of
A ll pet-sons having claims against the Estate of
te said .lohn, Dohy, dee'd., will present them to
either of jay legal Agenits (Devore or Atkins) for
sttlement. by the lirst of .Ja.uary. next. They
miust hes propeily attested. All persons indebted to
te Fmtate will pleCuC comec forward and mauke pay
ment to my said A gents by the same time.
MsATILDA DOBY, Adtm'or.
Dec24 4t . 48
A. ME R I1A -0T Bir
.E~ NTEE STNRET, EAMBUEG~ S .mE.
0.-P.. SCOTT & CO Propriefors
March 12, 156. y 9
UE Subscriber having become: sole propeto
of-this well-known Housell e In
forms the citizens .of;Edgef66a. :aiajoining-DIa
tricts, that he will upw use his-utmost endeavors to
give UNIVEUSAL -SATSFACTION. -He i
tends in -a short time to make considerable imprcve.,
miets to theIouseand- Stables, in ider to a
date ll who omayfavor himwith Oheirpatron
llis TA ILE henceforth shall'be coo'stintly'5p"
plied with the hest thiu eua be Hnd, aid oerwdp
in a-stylethat must please. f -ill iishort..be -
vole purpose tn feed the hungryandgtis h -
cravings of the-thirsty,'and for this purposs -
arrangem,entk have ben made. . - --
iAttentive S rnnts and g'ood Osti
ever be in attendanec. - - -
Thankii ful fur the generons patrpnage he has re- -
ceived, lie hopes by strict attntion, to meritiberal .'
enlicol urigcement in the fWture.
Nov26 - tf
DRY GOODS IND M ILLIY
JA.MES UENEY is nowopening,. in -store
formerly occupicd by J. K. Bnnerbft
to Clark & Co.' Jewe!ry Store,)-eho
invtt of -
Fancy'and' Staple' Di-y Go
selected from the best stocks of the lie ork r
ket, to an exmilnation -of which he espectfuly In
vites his friends and thb public generall le ha -
ing paid particular attention to the se - of
Dress Goo&s aud:Embro
persons who may be pleased toa l fi/6 t -
cill, may be sure of having the newest -is
stock comprises the following artides
Rich DRESS SILKS; -
Plain and Printed DeLaines; - -,
at Cashmeres -
I.upina's French Merinoes;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinoes;
Lupin's bl'k Bomba-ines ;
A superit7r quality of black Silk <
English and American Pins
Lupin's Alpaeas, of superior texture
Real. Welsh Flannels; -
Plain Red "
Silk Warp "
Irish Linens and Long Lawns; -
Scotch and Russia Diapers ;
fuckabacks, for Towelling;
8-4 and 10-4 Table'Linens -
Damask 4'apkins -
Snperior Pfillow-case Linens"
Allendale, Lancaster and Marse6es Quit. '
A large assortment of Ribbons;
Silk Belts and Belt Ribbons;
Velvet Ribbons- -
Alexander's Kih and Silk Gloves -
Ladies' and Gent's Merino-, Silk and Casmere
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Hosiery,
A large assortment of Dress Trimmings i.
Laces of all qualities -
Hem-titched, Borderia and Emb'd Handker-.
ehiefs; - -
Mourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets;
Misses Collars and Sleeves, seperate or Insett
Embroidered Collars and Sleeves, seperato or -in
Infant's Embroiderel Waists and Dresses;
Swiss and Jaconet ifaids;
" Edgings and Insertings
'Enibroiderod and Eugenic Skirts; - -
Bleached and Birown Allendalo and Georga
Shetings; - -
Swansdown Flannels; -
Ladies' ShiawlsIBlack and Colored;
Chenile and Br'oeeScarfs; --~
Some beautiful Stella Shawls;-. - -
Cloaks, of the various styles now worn; ;
Pantaloon Stnuff, Umbrellas; -
And many oth~desirable goods. too numerous to
To which' is adtled Mrs. Honey'sab~autiful supply
f Milinery Goods.
Mrs. lleney deses her old friends and the pub
ic generally, to examine her stock, as she ,hasa
tperor one to any she ever had.
Augusta, Nov. 18 1856. tf3 45.
LALLERSTEDT D EKING,
H AVE now on hand the largest- Stock of lNe
gro or Plantation Goods ever
ytfered in this City, consisting in part of the.
White Macinaw 94 BL ANKETS, at as low pri
es as the Blue Blankets, and far heavier.
They are the only House who have Georgia
!clehkys best GEORGIA PL AINS, 'all wool fill
uing." Other brands of Kerseys also on hand. *
LINSEYS, OsN ABURGS, ST RI P ES and
EANES of every variety. Those visiting our
City would do well to examine our Stock before pun
:haring elsewhere.-Among their
Black Gro de'Rhaine SlLKS
Fancy Brocade and Striped 'Pon de Soir SILK,
rrying froma 626 eta to $5 per yard ;
Every variety Paris Printed Mdonslin DeLains;
CALICOES, large assortment and varied in --
Embroideries of every description;
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmings;
a a "a Floneings;
Hoops, Mlohair, Cohiores and Corded Skirt.; ;
CRENOLINE or Sardinia SKIRTING, the la
test and most desirable article for Ladies Skirting. -
two yards wide;
Cluth and Velvet CLO AKS and TALMAS; -
Brown and Bleached Ilomespuns, with a large
stortment of Cas-imeres, sattinette, Janes, &c.,
for Men's wear;
Linen Lawns, Diapers, Damask-s, Sheeting, &o.,
well assorted; -
With every variety' of Goodis suitable to the season,
to which tlgey invite the attention of all visitinou
City. u u
W Orders carefully an jetually attendell to.
A ugusta, OctO 20 tf 41
Cotton Plantation for Sale,
H AVING more land I wishiI offer for sale Five
Ilundred. One Thousand or Fifteen Hundred
Ares or PRIME COTTON LAND--in- a body
or separately to suit purohatser-lying on South
Edisto Riger, two miles distant from Bamberg, a
Station on the Augustt Branch of the S. C. Rail
Road. Thre fourths of the Traot is High Ham
mock, subject to no overflow. The River is damned"
out from the remaining portion.
With ordinatry seasons these Lands will yield
fron> 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. of Cotton-froma 30 to 60
bushels of Corn-from 15 to 30 bushels of wheas
I have tested the health of this section, and hav
ing resided in the upper portion of the State, feel.
that I can safely say that it will compare favorably.
with any part of the State of which I have any
These Lands may be bought on a credit of four
years at $10 per acre-or, for one third cash, bal
ance on a credit of three years, at $7-por acre.
There is a good Dwelling House, Negro Hoss,
Out Houses, &o., on the place. Three hundred
acres cleared land-100 acres first and second years
Those who may wish further information as to the.
quality of the Land and health of the place, I beg
leave to i-efer to Col.P. S. Felder and D~r. Alexan
dr Sally, Grsham's Turn Out, Barnwell District:
Gen Buchanan, Winnsbor,-and Col.'Jacob Stro-.
man, Blcville, Barnwell District.
J. M. BUCHANAN.
Nov.12 if 4
W' Abbeville Banner, will please Insert the
above till 1st January, and forward the bill to J. M.
B.. Bambeg, S. C, _______
- loney! Mloney!
LL -persons indebted to the Subscriber by note.
Aor otherwise, are respectfully notified to-settle
by the first of January.
J. II. HOLLINGBWORTH.
Nov. 25th, 1856, ' tf 486
Wanted to hire.
Iabout 16, or 18 years of age, of' honest habits,
as I wish hitn about thie Store, for whomn liberal wa
ges will be paid. S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Ilamburg, Dec. 2,1856, if 4