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-, - 6 this day formed a part
-Tracie' of Law add .Equity,
gef-8 ajoining Districts. Office at
- dgefield 0 H ereone or both may at all times
be fouid. - S. W. MA B1Y,
S - JAS7A. DOZIER.
Dec. 31 1856, - if 51.
T. WRIGHT, Attorney at Law, may
. be found in the Office immgdiately' below
he North side of the Court House, or in the Office
of the Commissioner-in Equity.
IDee.24, 3 50
TOUCK OF GOOD AT COST?
it Sulis'iber wit.hingito close his business as
Lspeedily as possible will;-on the, first day of
January next, CLOSE JIIS BOOKS, and on and
after that dito, offer his extensive Stock at Goods,
AT COST- FOR CASH,
A large portion.-of the Stock :will be offered it
On heavy and-strictly Staple articls the expense of,
transportation will be added.
- 11T Families wishing' to obtain supplies will find
a general assortment, and Country lerehanta may
obtain many articles from the Stoele at prices below
tho present market value.
Dec 23 tf 50
The exercises cf MRS. McCLINTOCK'S.
SCI1OOL.wll be resumed on Monday 19th January
RATICs OF TucrToN-$5, 6 and $7, per quarter.
Dec.23, st 5.
3O0L M& AX
A Press, Type and Fixtures,
N Saleday in January next, I will sell at the
0 Office or tbe:"Edgefield Informer," in this
Village, the PRESS, TYPE -and FIXTURES 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
. FOR SALE!
HE Subscriber offers for sale the HOUSE and
TLOT formerly occupied by W. W. Adams,
Esq. The House is'compaatively new and in per
feet order, and is one of the best bui t-residences
In the District. Priee low, and terms to suit the
purchaer. If not sold by January it will be rent
ed. .CHAS. A. RAYMOND.
Dec 24 2t . 50
House and Lot for Bale.
-rTlE Subscriber offers for sale his conveniently
_L located and confortable DWELLING, lying
immediately below the Court House, and occupied
recently by Wm. MeEvoy, It contains four good.
rooms, and has'annexed a Kitchen, Smoke-House,
and other outbuildings, with a good yard and a fine
If not sold at private sale previous to the fist
Monday in January, it will then be offered at pub
lie ostory. -
Terms, one half cash, and the balance on a eredit
of ta elve months, with note and good security.
Dec 24 2t 50
.-A Fine Horse for Sale.
I WILL sell the fine thorough
bred STALLION HENRY
at:Edgefield C.- I[., on sale day
- in February next, to the highest
bidder, on-a credit un'il first January 1858, with
nterest from date.. A note with good security will
I IENRY is sold for division-as he is owned by a
firm. Henry was by Imported Glenco Ihisdaim by
Medoc. His pedigree is unquestionable and will be
given in full to the purchaser. He is fifeen bands
and an inch high, lHe is the Stallion that took first
premium at our State Fair ia Columbia in Novem
* ~~Iswil-ret-Edefiel4 C,. H. sale -<day
in January. -TIIOS. 0. IBACON.
Dec 24 - i t -p 50
H AVING bouglit out the entire stock andi trade
El.of Messrs. IiOBINSON & JACKSON,
Hamburg S. C., I will-continne-the businesa at their
oldl stand wvheresillubo kept constantly on hand a
general assortment: of UA RDW ARE, and would
respectfully solicit n continuance of their old friends'
patronage and also a liberal share rrom my own.
,jOS. J. KENNEDY.
Dec.24 3t . . 50
- SATEOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
SMinc~ey Doie. ,
NdTICE is hereby given to all and singular the
Ncreditors- of Arthur Dozier deceased, whose
claims shall be left unsatisfied by the Administrator
to present and yrove them before me -on or before
the fourth Monday in March next, on pain of being
precluded from the benefit of the deeree for dis
Given unndmy hand at my ofieDecember,
16th 1856. A. 81MKINS, C.E.E D.
Dcc. 24 3m - 50
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
George Newbey and others.
N~OTICE is hereby given to all and singular the
e. reditors of Miria'm Newby deceased, to pi-e
sent and pr~ove'lheir respective demands before me
on or befdre the fourth Monday in March next, on
-pain of being preplpded from thp henefit of thp
aceiee for distribution.
Given tunder my hand at my 'officee this 16th De
cember, 1858. A. SIMUKINS, c E.E D.
Dec 24 - . . - 3m 50
10,000, LBS. of HIDES, for which the highest
market price will be given. Apply to
J. C. McDONALD.
Ilamburg, Dec 6 im 48
Stehla Shawls. .
BROOM &s NORRELL, Augusta, Georgia,
lhave just received per steamer a fine lot of
S"tla shawls. :
Augusta, pli 16 184'6 if 4
- LL Perohaing demands against the Estate
iLof Miss Mary Parkman, de d., nre requested
to meet me at Edgeneld C. H., on'Thurtsdaiy the 15th
.lannilary with their eclaims properly attested, as I
wishi tolose up said Estate.
.JOS. PAPRK MEN, A dm'or.
Dee 24 4it - '50
rp~ H KE will be an Election hteld on the Second
IMonday in January 1857, for Intendant and,
Wardens for the Town of Edgefield. The Elec
tion (11 be'-held at Drs. Teague's Drug Store.
Mies*.rs. Wright, LaBorde and Rufus J.)ean will net
as Manuagers. By order of Council.
* . - R. IH. SULLlYAN,See'y.
pep 24 3. '' 50
jUAT eeived Twenty-five Barrels double Rec
- edw RYE W HISKEY of a-superior quality
ndlwprjge. Also, Absoluto Deadorisen Alcohol,
're'-h eamkedl Deet, do
S. E. -BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Dec 23, tf 50
Est ray Notice,
F-OLlED before yi,e ,w an Estray by John Tur
Iner, one SORRKELL UIORS E, fourteen hands
A oneinch high,'blazeface, flai main and tail, lef
out, and supposed to'be'abotit tweaty years old,
isei at twenty dollars. The said horse will be
atJhn' K.'Abney's, Hiving about twenty-two
oriko m(#Egefeld Court hlouse, oa the An
L eI'S CULBREATHI E
-Dec. 1, 1458m .- ., 47
Ea diilafor Mnekbell's
.1 nppatent fifatnnsrf'r Wmiow ShJutteifl and
hthnds; "They arEr onvweniept and .seure'Fas
gcerlaqd cannot be opened from theotie -
P paritory Militaiy School,
O N TIE FIRST MONDAY
OF JANUARY, 1857, the
Third Year of this' Institution iwill
be entered upon with . coips of
five Professors, in the new Gar
ison Iuildings.: Bj the
selection of men. of charaeter and talent as As
.sistints, the Principals hopo to merit the confidence'
of their Patrons. and to afford overy iadviantage to
their Pupils ; and further, to secure these ends, they
will receive only a limited number of students.
- The Scholastic year will consist or two sessions,
of five monts each: First Session commencing Jan
uary-1st, and ending .une- 1st; Second Session
commebeing July 5th, and ending December 15th.
TERts.-For school expenses, $. e., Tuition,
Books, &e, Boarding, Lights, Fuel and Washing,
$100 per session.
PAvaENT.-Fifty Dollars at the begining and
middle'of each session. There willbe no charge
for medical attendance.' No one under twelve or
over eighteen.years-of..age will be received, and all
applicants are required to enter at the beginning of
-.FACULTY AND- OFFICERS:
. Maj. At. JENKINS, (Senior in Regulation.
Dicipline and Organsizationj Professor of
z Capt. A. COWARD, (Senior in Financial De
21. partmeut,) Professor of Natural Philosophy
Sand French. -
Lieut. C A. SEABROOK, Professor of Latin
Lient. E. MclVER LANY, Prof. Belles Lettres.
Lieut. H. T. ABBOTT, Assistant in Aathematics
and English. --
D. H. THOMASSON, M. D., Surgeon.
B. P. BOYD. Bursar.
Yorkville, Dec. 23, 1856, ' 2t 40
Edgedfeld Male Aeadcny.
ItE Exercises of the Edgefield Male A cade
-my will commence on Monday, January 12th,
MR. McCASLAN, still has charge of thisSehool,
*aud from his past success in' preparing boys for
College we hope he will be liberally patronized.
Tuition of Primaiy Classes, for the Scholastic.
vear $28; of Ttermediate $32 of the Classics
$40. Students will he 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. xercises in this College will be resumed
the first School day in February.
For information as to. Terms, Catalogues, &c.,
Add rsess, , F. F. GARY, See'ry.
Cokesbury, Dec 22, - 6t 50
T'HE Exercises of this INSTITUNMION will be
T .resumed onthe 4th Mlonday in Jan
ary 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
instituti6n has finely prospered .pnder his charge;
and from experience, we can recommend Iit'as a
gentleman and teacher of high character and
worthy of patronage. Students will be prepared to
enter a respeetable Class in any College of the State.
WiHijanston is a-healthy and flourishing
Town, in Ansderion District. The Greenville &
Columbia Rail Road passes through the place, by
which Students from abroad cnn find an easy access.
Theplace is more pleasant and desirable, on account
of the celebrated Mineral Spring, wvhich is near the
-Rates of Tuition.
Spelling, Reading and Wiiting per Session, $6,00
DJe above with English tGrammnar, Boxok
Ke~epingr, Philosophy, &c. 10,00
Ancient Languages and Mathematics, 16,00
Contingenit Expenses, .5
Students will be charged-'from the time of eite
ing until the close of theSession.
Board can be hul in respectable families, at fro
Eight to Ten Douars per Month.
*Rev. B. F. MALINs,'
* DAxreL LtGON, * I
Ausrmi WZLLIaxs,Esq, ~.Trustees.
. D)r. WV. B. MJLL~wEE,
W. K. CLsMEN-r.
Wiliamston, S. C., I ov. 19, 1856. Ot 50
gr Th's is to certify that Mr. J. Maxt.v WALK~ER
was a ..pupil, and afterwards a pupil and assistant
with me, in the Thalian Acendemy.
Was'-highly respectable, his morals irreproachable.
all his-habits and principles noble and becoming the
gentleman and the christian. lie las my full con
fidence as such, and I feel eert:uin that he will prove
imsef an a.illeiet anil faithiful teacher, worthy of
atron~ge, not only, in the lower btranches, but in
theCl:,ssical atnd Mutheinatical Departtmns o5(f any
cademy ; and juxstly meriting the kindi r<-gard of
all gentlemen. .(. L KENNEDY.
Thalian Aca.lemy, Nov. 10, 1856.
A sitiuation Wanted.
HE E REV. HI. DUNTON, is desirous of ob-.
.taining a situation as Te'ach.cr of an English
School, in some healthy neighborhood in Sthl
Carolina. In addition to teaching all the Brandhes
usually taught in oar common Schools, Music,on
the Panno will be taught to such girls as are desi
rous of obtaining this accomplishment, having as
sociated with him a competent female assistant.
Good References can be obtained.
Addressttev. HI. Dunton, Meritt's Bridge S. C.
De. 17. 3t 49
A New Year at Hand !
T HE season has again arrived when every one
is expected to settle up all arrears. I therefore
give timely warning to'all indebted to tne, either by
rote or open account, to come forward and settle
up without delay, .as I do not intend to be riding or
sending an agent all over the country, and payint
a high per cent for colecting. I now want my money
and nmust have it. No excuse for bad crops.
0gYou can settle withie until the first Feb..
rury, arter that time with my Attorney.
Dec 6t . -50'
A LL Pesns- whose claims against thte Estate of
AC. JGovrhave not been settled will please
call imnmediately on H. T. Wright, Esq., who is
fully authorised to settle all of the said claitts. Ana
all those whose claims are not settled by Thursday
afe~r sale day in F'ebruary Aext, will meet me in the
Comi.iner's O6icc tat that daty as I intend to
make a final settlement of the Estate at that time.
All those indebted to me will call ont Mr. Wright and
settle with hitm. Trhose who don't pay by Thurs
day after sale day in Febt uary will be uncondition
ally ,.ued. . +
Now, gentlemten, by\tattenditng to the a:bove you
will oblige me-and if you don't I will ob.'ige you.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adm'or.,
Dec 24 - ' 4t 50
AL1L Persons indebited to nme as Executor of the
.LwTate of Dr. J. 0. N icholson, dee'd., or due
me as A dministrator of J. C. Allen, dee'd., -must
come forward and settle, as guardians have bett
appointed for thme legatees of said Estate. I hope
all concerned will complywithopt further trouble.
0. W. ALLEN.
Dec 24 4t 50
. NOTICE !
TUEMJ Undersigned has now sold out hais entire
Stock of Goods, and intends leaving the State
on te 10th day of January, and needs and must
have thme money that is duo him. Thmerefore atl per
sons in-anywise indebted to him are requested to
make immediate payment, or at latest by the 9th
January next. This is fair no'ice.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
D e c 24 3t 5 0)
ROM the Subscribier at Edga field C. T[., on
[Monday the 15th inst., a BAY HIORt8E,
about 15 hands high, five yeats old, a small wlmite
spot in the forehead and also near the end of his
nose. ' No particular marks or scars recollected.
-Aresonable reward; will-be. giyen for his de
livery to me at my residenea, or nny itaormation
'concening said horse thainkpil~y received.
. - Dec 24 St .5~ 0
Physicians'Buggy Trunks and Pocket
~EDICINE CASES-for sale by
fr-.L.A. G. &s T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.3"
B Y Virtue ofsindrynits bf'Fieri'Facias to il
dliected, I will' prooeed to, sll at Edgefiel
Court liouse, on-the'first Monday. ii.Jannuay nex
the followitig property, in the following cises, to wit
William Shannon, Assiinee vs. MalhhiCogburr
Sted~man,& Mim and' otiers,,vs. -The same, Th
tract'of land where the Defendant lives, contaiiin
two hundred eresimorelorless, adjoining:lanids
Deiiek Holsonbake; John Moyerr and others..:
Jaies A. Talbert andetliets vs. Thomas R. Col
lier, Aract of land containing three hundred.aeref
more or less adjoining )ands, of Charles Freeian
flenjatin Etheredg, Adm'r. and .others, vs..G
L. fButler,.A'traet~ of land, containing eightYsi:
acres, more or less, 'bounded b'y lands of. A. L
Dearing, William Etheredge and others.
W. L. & P. J. Colentatiand others s. Lewis W
Holmes, A' tract or land containing twelte hundre
acres, more or less, adjoinr.ir lhnds of Derick Hol
sonbake, J. A. Lott.and'others.
S.'Broadiwatr add others,vs. William Cullazier
a tract of land containing six hundred acres, morA
or less, adjoining lands of Douglas Robertson,.Mrs
Naney Talley and others. -
Gifrord Waller vs. William G. White, A tract o
land containing twenty dieres, more or less, adjon
iag lands of P. S. Brooks, T. S. Daniel and othere
The Bank of BHinliurg,.S. C. vs. .William ii
Hovey, a House'and Lt in the.Tonn aof Haniburg
S: C., on the corner of Mereer -and Levensweit
Stredts, - bounded by Levensworth Street on the
West Mercer Street on tlie.North, .and No. 15 or
the East, and South by Market Street, as will ap
penar by the plat or plan of the said Town of 11am
Samitel Brooks' and others, vs. .T. H. Christiar
and others, one .House and Lot in the Village (d
Edgeield, containing one acre, inore or less, ad
joining lands of John M. Witt and 11. Boulware,
Also, one other lot of latd in .the Village. of Edge
'field, known as the Brick Yard Lot, containnig fire
acres, mioreor less, adjoining ladso'bf-John Colgg
John. Moloy,-. T. Wright and others. This last
mentioned lot will be sold in two lots, one 4ot-conr
taning two acres, more or less, and khown as the
Goodd lot, the other lot containing three aeres, more
or less. . XA description .of the dividiig line'will. be
designated on the daj of, sale. Levied apon iii the
property of the Defendant, J. H. Christian.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, S.R.D.
Dee. 10,1856, 3te 49
STATE OF SOUTi CAROLINA,
Samuel S. torn and others, Applicants,
Absolem Horn and others,. Defendants.
B Y Virtue of an order from W. F. Duridos,
UEJsq., Ordinary of said District, in the above
stated ease, I will proceed to sell on the fist Monday
in January iext, at Edgefield Court House, the
Reoa Estate of Elijah Horn, Sr., deceased, situate
in said District, containing one hundred and fifty-one
aeres, more or less, adjoining lands of rIm Sophia
illman, Samuel Horn and othirs.
-Taams-A credit until the first Monday in Janu
ary 1858, purchasers giving bound with good seeu
-ities, and a mortgage of the premises to the Ordi
nary to secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in enash. Ptirehnsers to pay' extra
for titles. JAS. EIDSON, s.an.
Dec. 13th 1856, 4te 49
Y Virtue of sundry writs of 1 ieri Facias, to
no directed, I will proceed' to sell at Edgeield
Court Ilouse, on ille first Monday in January next,
the following property, in the following eases, viz:
Mark Etheredge vs. William MeEvoy 4nd others,
Lark & Duckmaster vs. William McEvoy, andJas.
NI. Richardson vs. ;he same and others, one negro
n by the name of Joe, a first rate Shoe and- -Boot
aker, the property of the Defendant Wni. McEvoy.
Ternis of sale cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s..D
Det 35 1S56 ' t .49
FSO.UT HE . OIN'A,
W. C. Corley, et. al.)
BY virtue of an order fromt W. F. Duiisoe, Or
dinary of 1.gefield Distriot, in the above sta
:ed case, I shall proeed to sell on the first Monday
n January next, at' Edgefield Court IHouse, the
eal Estaite of Adkin Corley, deceased, situated in
he District aforesaid, on the waters of Dorton'
kwaters of Savannah River, ad'oinintg lands of
JaBlaolw~ell and Catlct .Corlay, ontaining one
undr er, mnore or less. .':
TER.s-A ereditapf. tswelve jmonthsipurchaSers
iig bond -withi good seeiit~ies, and a mortgaild of
he premises to tho Ordinary to secure the purchase
non.y. Cost. to be paid in eaah. Purchasers te
sy extra for titles.
JAS. E[DSON, s.r. ..
SDee. 2, 1856, 5t 47
f. TE will proceed to sell ait the late iesidene of
T James Yelel, dee'd.. on IIEDKERSDA Y,
ie 1-ltht day of Jantuary next, :ll the personal pro
e'rty of said deceasedl, e nsisting of
Thuirten or Fourtceen Negr'oes,
~toek of llforse~s, Mules. Cattle. H ogs and Sheep,
Corn. Fodder, Oats, Cotton Seed,
Plantation '.ools, Wagon, Ox Cart,
Set of Blaeksnmith Tools, Thriashier, Gin
head, Ilousehiold and Kitchen Furniture. Also
ne or two Shares of St'.ck in the Eduelield Odd
eilows' & Masonic Building Asociation, and othier
rntiles3 not necessary to mnition.
Also, at the same time and place will be sold the
Plantation or Tract of Land
lteron the deceased resided, at the time of his
eath, adjoining lands of John P. Self, Witi. Hi.
orn and others, and containing Three hundred
ad sixty-four and a half acres, more or less.
Also, the interest of the deeased in a Tfraet of
and knowvn as the BLACKWELL TRACT,
iughtby the deceased and others for mining pur
'ss, a description of which will given on th~e day
gg Terms made known on the day of sale.
JASPER Y ELDELL,. Ex'ors.
JOSEPLI L. TALBERT.*
Dec 24, . t50
HAVING arranged to unite my plantinginter
est in Mississippi, I will sell, at a seryi reduced
d price, my L A 1DS in A bbeville. They are sittua
ted in the "Flat WVoods," ten miles from the Court
[ouse, the saime distance fronm Vienna, (river navi
gation,) and immediately on the proposed route of
the Savannah Valley R ailroad. licing susceptible of
division, they will be sold, if desired-, in parcels of
125, 375, 350, 250, 300 and 155 acres, more or
less, respectively. The first live tracts gre separ
ately enelosed and adjoining. and would 'make two
o three pretty little plantations, affording suitable
sites for qiuarters, with wood anid good spring water
convenienit to the same.
The above Lands are offeredl at privatte sale, and
if not disposed of by the scoand MONDAY in Jan*
nary next, will ~ut up to the highest bidder un
that day. 'The s.eto take place on premises. A t
the same time and place will be sold, about 3,0001
bushels of Corn, Seed Oats, Rye. Peas, a quantity
of Fodder, Shucks, Cotton Seed, 'Wagonts, Carts.
Weelhrrows, Ploughs and Plantation Impllements
generally; one of Hlussey's Reaping Machines, e
MCoriek's' Wheat Drill, flne Wheat Fan; and
Eamai~n's Cutting Kpife, atn improved Corn Sheller.
Also, the stock of Cattle, Hlogs, 14 Mules, 2 FHor
se, and several yoke of Oxen. Persons disposed
to purchase can consult mte at Canmden until at week
before the sale, when I will~be on the premises. The
corn will be shelled and in snelis to suit the convce
tiene of purcehasers. Terms on the daty of sale.
W. J. TAYLOR.
Dcc. 17 4t 49
BY consent of parties we will proceed to sell a
3JEdgefleld Court Ihouse on the first Mondaiy
in Jannuary next.,
Four Likely Negroes,
1elonging -to) the Estatos of John, V. Tillma
Terms made known on day of sale.
All persons in anywise indebted to the said Estat
are requested to pay up forthwith and all hiavini
demands against said Estate will render them im b'
B. P. TILLM'A N,
A. A. GLOVER,
-- J. F. A DA 11S. -
Dec. 17 . 3t '49
BY afa order from Chanclor Wardlaw,.I wi
~sell at Edgefield C. II., on sale day in JTanuna
next; the follo.' ing NERiO SLAV im-t wit
nnon. Angella, Sophiia andi' hter child Nedl.
TIermns niide known on d::y of sale. .
ELDRED) Mi.SWEAJING EN,
Trustee of S. B. Ryan.
Dn.17 St 2 49
rsPEIL ANNOUNCEMENT !
E*WOVLb ie itisofEdgefield
ia the adjoiulfig i'tiiets tiat ai&I,.n
stantly increasing busin'saIAs- rupulId-onrre
z moral from "
f ficentand spacioi~tsBROW-NggNE BUI.LI)ING
9 "E3"ELOA-.D 3T*.
The -neson lidatrdii$ -arrangenicuts. of-this
4 NEW DEPOT,ar d by any simnilar
establisliment in the UnI t es ,and whilst it
will afroalfacilities -for k our usual LARGE
CHEAP PUBK JfATIONS, &C.,
Weao propose adding largely to our present
STOCK of STATIONERI And. those in want of
LEDGERS.TOJRNAtSCSH E00 ,
LSTTER,.NOTE AND;C4 PAPER, &o., &o.
will find it to theIr-advanei- visit us..
S. G. C6190t1 ENAY & CO.,
- Boodellers and Stationers,
. -2ign of tae News-Boy."
Charleston, Dbe 16 , : m 49
* X W ANLAMISER
H AS, received from 1ew York his .Fall and
.Winter supplies of Staple and Fandy D RY
GOODS, amoi wlichi .
Rich Printed PBLA TNSo the latest Parisstyles;
Plaid French n'd .Plaid jERIOS:
Plain White :Idi BlackFrench MERINOS, of
Fancy Dress SILKS, of henutiful styles;
Superior-Plaiu'Black SELKS, at very low prieces ;
Black Silk 1IELYET2% .ara width and quali
y, for Ladies' Hasquqe ,F
Real Weibli F aNYLS, warranted not to
s hrrink i -
IIeav3,~bg S 1k. Warp, and Patent .
.Td LA KELS, some at very li prices. for
Marseillesq, Allenal~ae and Lnenster QUILlTS;
Superior 4-.1, 5-4 and 6-4 Furniture DIMITIES;
Ladies'. Emb~rnidered and 1 em-stitched Linen
Cambric IJANI)KERCI!IEFS ;
biadies' Em~broidered M~uslin COLIARS and
UiDERSLE EVES, in setts ;
Sq perior~iamnask D1A PE RS, T ABL E CLOT ES
Superior 4-4lrish LLJhASand LONG LA AWNS;'
12-4 Linen LIJEETINGS and Pillow Case'IN
12-4 Blenehled Allendale SEEETINGS and Pil
low Case CO'lTONS;
7-8 and 4-4 lileaecd SHIRTINOS, of the
m>st approved styles;
A large supply of English :and A merican PRINTs;
'A complete -assoriment of Ladies' Gentlemen's
.lisses and Youth's 1IOS1ERYT;.
A full supply of artieles for Servants' wear ;
WVith-almosat every article required fot.3 . y
and Plantationiise, nd which will .besit' at very
The public are' respectrulty requestedl to exaine
IIAS rce.ived fr omi Newv York,
Rich Velvet CA RIPETS, of nwand splent
Snieril- English D'russel~s CAtRPETVS, of new
and eleganit pattgrne;
Igrain and Three-ply CAPEJTS, of the best
make, warranted all wocI
Superior 3 4 anid 4-4 Venetian CA RPETS, for
alls and Stairs; ;
Eng~lish lIrussels and Stair C.\IIPET ;
CR UMB CIOT HS, in patterns and by the yard;
A large supply oaf six, seven andleighat feet WYIN
DOW Sh ADES:
Embroidered Lnce and Muslin CURTAINS,
(smne at very lo~~prices:)
Rich Colored D)AMASKS and DEiLAIN ES, for
BRASS COlN ICES and C.URT A INE AND)S
of benutifuil patterns;
Rich Chenille Hlearth RUGS and DOOR MA TS;
Cocoa, Adelaide, and Colored SheepSkin MATS,
The public. are respectfully invited to exa:nine the
Augusta, Dec.1 .t f 49
Negro Cloths and Blankets,
WILLIAM SHlEAR has received a
VTlarge supply of NEGRO CLOTilS and
Als.,, Superior Whitney Bed BL ANK ETS, all
of whieb will be sold at very low prices.
Augusta, Dee. 16 tf
W IL LIAYI SIJE AER has received from
-New York, Ladies' Slate Colored. Whale
bone and W'added sKIRTlS, of thme most approved.
Also, Sti'ses' Ws JIA LEBONE SKIRTS.
A ugusta, Dc. 1G tf. 49
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
~Broad Sti'eet, Augusta, Ga.
J OilI & TH'OMAS A. BONES, invite the at
tenliton of the Planters or South Carolina, to,
tecir stock of ~$wedes Iron imported by them
direct from Sieden-Al2Q---refined English and
Sheet Iron Ilill Irons, Lendal, opper, Mine, Carpent
ters aind Smitlis Tools, Caist,,Blister and Plowv Stell,
Trace, Wngoia. Log rand Coil Chnains,. Iron Axels,
Ioes, Ultnes, A xes, Nails and a full assortment of
A'so--A large assortment of the most approved
'Suh aSlfsha ening StraOw Cutters, Coria Shl
lers, Wheat Fans, Plows, Harrows, Ox Yokes, &c.
And thie largest and best assortme,;t of nodgers &
Sons CUTLERY, ever oflered in this Market.
Auguistai, Dcc. 2, 1856, tf 47
Land for Sale,
r HE subscriber offers foi-sale a Tmiet of -Land in
E~dgelield-'District, lying 'on .Cufiee Town
Creek, in the vicinity of Liberty flill, and containimig
Six HIundred (600) Acree_.
It is of Oak and Ilickory groivth, and as fine farm
ing land us any in the District. Indeed it is extra
fine for Cotton, as nil who know it must and will ad
mit. Near FOUR TLUNDRE'D ACRES of the
1Trat is in woods. .'The landi in cnltivation is in good
-hert. 'The place is well watered, hiavimg upon it a
latiut spring. The bndldinigs upon then plnce are
-...nl tolerabl., but the land nakr-s namenals for all.
Those der iring to purchase the pinaee, had beffer
decide quick, as the subscriber is just now anxious
to sell.. - JULlUS BANKS.
nec.9,185. if - 48
*:W Tnm Frieds'o r r.PSTHEPfN STIAW
respectfully ann'unoi hinm ua Casdilate for Sherif
of EdgAliild Distriet, at the next election.
The friends of Co. W zAkun. QUATTLE r rest
1pectfully announce ,him asa Candidate for Sherilt
'of Edgefield at.the ensuing election.
17 We are. auth'ori ed 'to' announce LEWIS.
JONES, Esq , aa eundidate foir re-eleteio for
S.he riff-cf Edgefid *'Di strict.
' 3' TnE Fr.ends. of Capt. 11. B3OULWARE
rL'opectfully annonee Ihi's n'Candidat it ', heiff
of Edgeioqd! District at the next election.
TI10 friends of Cnpt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pect fully annonnae him as a candidate for Shcifi,
of Edgerleld District, at the ensuing election.
The many-friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamibura, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully annunce lion -as .a ennidilate for Sheriff of
Edgenfit 1.1 District at the next election.
87 TiE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully annunce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edg'efield District at the next election.
.- TiE;Frknda of Mr. R1. 1 II ARISON,
respetfally announce hin as a Candidatt, for Tax
Collector'of Edgefield District at tie eisuing elec
ErTho fi-iends of STARLING TURNii, an
nounce.Jim a. candidate for Tax Collector at the
U.7 The Friends of Mr. Il. W. LYLES respect
fully annond liini as a Caiididate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgefield atthe next election.
O7The man'y friends of Mr. T HOS. r. REESE,
announce him as a Candidate for Tax Colletor of
Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
iE*' The lriends of Capt. E. jW. HORN, re
spetfully announce him as a. Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing clec
87 The Friends of Mt. CHARLES CARTER
-respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
Dr.The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announeehim as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of EdgefivldDistriet at the next election.
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 piifon Allen's Patent, r
can have it done by'sending in'. their rlates at very f
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and eilindrieal
ide to order. IL. PARKER.
N.~B .A settlement always at the completion of
.July 30 - if 20
TO THE. AFFLICTED,
Dli-. TIIAYEfl,.Homwopathic Phyaiciun, Sar
geon,.and Accoucheur, 'late of Philadelphia,
11W. located No 217; Broad Street. Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
ifs:-isgmade at a- -dstance on the
nst rengonabli terms. P~h address,
'A;.ril 2 tf - 2
Ion the third Monday, 19th January 1857, un- 9i
:er thieontrol and instruction of Mr. Geo. Guiphin.
Rates of Tuition.
Classie.'d Departmecnt per session of 5 monthM $15,00
First Class, English, " " " " 10,00.
Second " -" Li " '' "I 70
incidental charge, " " " " 1O
These are the regular chre.payable at nd
>f each, Seesioni. An aitiona 'h ed
ent will be made naainst pu Is ring for less
han a Session. No deductof or absence unless
aused . otIgeted sickne'ss. -
~~cuompliance with the ru'es of discipline and
close applica'ion to their studics by the .studlent.,
vish thiorough'drilling and systematic mnatrueno~n by
the teacher, will enable us, we confidently expect, to
give satisfaction to all who may favor us with thir
matronage. WV. IlA R RISON, Pr.s'Nr. Bi. T.
J. E. Luwis,
., 1. EDwaanS, - Trustees.
WV. T. WEsT,r
A. T. TnAartt,j
Dec. 2, 18.-6, 7t ____ <
CUJRRY TON ACADELYIES, -
W- in it ittention of the public to t1n. fol
ow ng arragemies f5or the enun yer
The Mlale AcaIdemy'
Wil continue unider the control of Mr. JA.\ES L.
lESLY, whio long ex perienee and untirinig effortis
for the advaneenienit of his pupils ought to comimand
a lberal shairc of patronage.
Tuition per 'Session...............$20.00
The Fenmale Academy,.
n Tvbhich small Boys wiilhl be admnitted, will he con
cuted by iur. J. 1U. 'MiOtRS, ith competent
This genth-mnai has had six or eight years expe
rience in teaching, his ailways given entire satisfatc-t
ion, and firom his acknowledged ability aind ene'rgy,
ie dleserves the patroinage of the public. Tiher
Trstees at Cioss Hill1, where lie has been teaching,
.....al gentlemecn of intelligeinc-reconimeOnd hinm as -
"eminently qualitied to give instruction in all the
brnhes of a thorough education." We miay add
that Mir. Lnsi~v fully endorses this favorable opm-.
D IATES or TUtTioN' PElt SEssiON.
First Class, Primary Department.........9.00
Seond " Ordinary English Branches..12.140
Third " Higher " " . .50
Fourth " Greek, Latin and French... 18.00)
Music......... .... .....---. ..--.-.-.20.00)
The Scholastic yeal~will be divided iinto twvo ses
sions of five months each. Pupils will be charged
from the time of entcriing to the end of thme sesision.
. The exercises will commience on the first Monday
Bard can be -had in the village at from $8 to 510
per month. -
A. J. H A.MDOND,
-S. W. GAR DNER,
J. C. P'ORTER,
A. P. BJU'TLER,
HI. A. SHIAW,
Nov. 5 .tf 43
Getsen,1Decease, are requested to ma'.ke pay
ment before March Court, or they will find their
notes in the hands of an A ttorney ;and those-hav
ig demands against the same will present-them, as
1 am determined to settle 'up the Estate without
delay. S. P. G'ETZ EN, A dim'r.'
Dec. 3, 1850, tf 57
Spnish Jack, Don -. Lopez.
A LL persons who have given, their notes to us
-on account of our JA CK, are reqdts~ted to at
tend to thu snme without, delay. .Those who owe
accounts will also attend to- the same.
.C-. D. & R. T. MaIMS.
.Nov.5 'tf d3
A LL persons egn'eerned will, take notice th~at I
..have appointdd Guy Blroadwa:ter m~y agent
and A ttorney to represnlt me in the collection of
ge debts due tu the Estate of Randal Delaughter
deceased, and in all other duties devolving upon me
as A dministratix of said deceased.
M1ARY DEL1AUGHIAR, Adm'ix.
De. 17 tf 49
-ET, the Undersigned, having becen appointed
.A Agentts for the sale of Ketth-'wells''Com
pounds4 of GUTANO and SA fll';4,. have n~ow on
Ihad' a large supply whi.'h we arc prepared to sill
Also, Peruvian GUA NO. [and Plaster Renova
tr LIME. SIBLEY &s USH ER.
H....m....rn,De in . am 48
TIIE STATE: O~UTHOkR12I
.EGERELIT . IT
. IN.EQUWTTA -.
Mary' Williatfl and other'
Joel A baef '3r
B Y. Virtue of 'an-'odrder frro nChi'neellotr Wai
lawo i., thlis case,* I -wi lproceed to- sell a
the first-mentiored of the tracts given below, ol
W edn-aday.the .itst of tis ionth the -followinj
l:nd14s, negroes k.
J. A tract of land, Situate in Ld geield District
eoutaiin:ig five lunidred.and twenty seven.adres
Imlore ir hes,; and adjlinino lands of William Cole
mai, Edwarddolelmnn and others. Tis is thi
tract or whielt JoejA buiey, Scu'r.iate of this dis
tiiet, died seized &d possdesstl.
2. A nother tract of twentlyite acres,: adjoinin"
the former 'tract. nnd upon .wIch tro e 31erchant
Saw and Grist Mills. This property is upon Saludi
river, is exceedingly valuable, and- ought to com
mand the atention of all persons seckiu safe real
- I will also sell at the same time and place, th<
following negro slaves, viz: Primas Phil, J-rok
Mourning, Juanaa aud-her child Ben, Edie. Josi
and Wade; A nA all and singular the otiter elatteli
on snid premises beld..in comnon by the parties Ier
interested or by any two or more orthem,'consist
ing of three males, one horse, a-stuck of eattle and
Iogs, household and kitchen furniture, corn, foddri
and onts, one four horse wagon and gear, two setti
of lilacksmtith's tools, and various implenients oi
rrRis OF SAL.-A credit, as to-the ind, of Onl
manti two years, and as to the personality of one yeis
romti the day of sale, with interest from date of sale i
-xcecpt as 1(i so much as imay be required to defray
the costs of these proeedangs, which must be pune.
ually paid in cash.
Tfie purehase money is to be secured by Bonds,
vith ample personal sureties. And purchasers are
v pay extra fotitles. A SI.lKINS, C.C.E.D.
Dec. 2. 4t 47
MHE STATE OF SO'UTH CAROLINA.
George A. Addison and 'E. J. Mini,
Emma L. Addison, et. a.
B Y virtue of an order from Chtancellor WARDLAW,
in the above stated case, Lwill sell at Edge
eld C. U., on the first 'Monday in January next,
Io following real estate belonging to the estate of
seph Addison, dee'd., to wit:
THE ALLEN LOT, in the Village of Edgefield
a the fork of the Columbia Road and the Edgefell
b bheatham Plank Road, containing about one and
half acres, adjoining Lot of John Covar.
LOT NO. TWO, n the Village of Edgefield
n the Plank Road, on Beaver Dam Creek, ad
ining Lots of Dr. R. Bland, D. R. Durisce and
. McGregor, containing one and a half -acres.
LOT NO. THREE, opposite Lot No. 2, on
lank Road, containipgabout.one acre and 'a half,
rjoining lots of James- Sheppard, Lod Hill and
Irs. S. Golding.
TERis.-A eredit of twelve nmonths, with interest
ron date except costs which must be 'paid in cah.
'urchasers giviig bonds with ample recurity, and
> pay extra for papers.
A. SIMKINS, c..D.
Dec. 11, 1.956, 4te ,49
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAJ
Win. J. Williams, -
Luther Williams and others, -
vs. - Bill for Par..
C. Brace Walker and wire and l
DY Virtue of:an order from ChancellorWard
L.law in tlhisidose, I wvillproceed to sell at Edge
eldCourt Hotsefonithe first Moiiday ia.January
et, thin following realty:
A T RACT OF ILND situate jn Ed gefleid
)istrit, containing seventy aces, more or less, now
posession of James Armstrong,'.and adjoining
mds of Jamcs F. A8ants, Daniel Prescott and
jiliam Prescott. .
' TRs.-A credit of.twelre months fiom the day
f sale with interest frotni date, except as to so muceh
smay be required to defray the costs of thisslt
rhih must be. punctually paid in' cash. Titles to
c paid for extra. The purchaise money is to be
cured by Bonds with ample personal sureties.
. A. SIMKINS, c.-z: I. D.
Dcc2 4t * : 47
sTrATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINAPo
IN EQUITY. - -
Jouhn L.. Dobey,
arah M~orris, and others,
latilda Dobey and others.)
iE Conmmissioner deems it prudent to adver
ti.<e the PL ANTER'S HOTEL. fur re-sale on
asleday in Jlatnuiry, in ease the terms are not eonm
lied with by that time. This is not be.cause lhe
ubts tlyat the frat purchaser will complly ;ibut, in
se lie shtou'd fatil to do0 so, by death, accident, or
thrwise', it is desirable to the pairties in itnterest
at the prolIerty' be atgain offered'in time to ensure
Terms as before. Sale at the risk of the firs
urchaser. A. SIMKINS, c.as.n.
]ee it6 185(1 4te - 49 -
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
EDG EFIELD DilST1RICT,
Mincy Dozier.' -
B)Y virtue of an order fromi Chan. Wardlaw, in
}this case, I will sell at Eghdel'l, C. H.~ on the
rst Mounday in Janary next, the following real Es
ate of Arthur Dozier, deensed, to wit: The
IOM ESTE A D) PI.ACE, containing fifty (50) acres,
tore or less, bounided by laiids of D)aniel Living
on The 11a.CARTY'PiACK, containig one
undred (14) acres, nareor less, bounded by lands
Daniel Livinigston, George Long, Bennet Perry
Trns--A credit of twelve mouths from day of
ale, exeept costs, which must be 2aid in cash. Pur
iasrs giving bond! with amplesecurity and to pay
xtra for titles.A. SIlKINS, c E E.D.
Nov. 2Gthi, 185G, . t - 46
State of Southl Carolin!(.
Henry JTenniings, and others,Pejo:frSl
James Tompkins, Trustee.
B y an order fronm Chiancellor Wardlcrw, in this
ease, I will proceed to -sell, at Edgefield C. HI.,
n the first Monday in January next, the following
rigro slaves, viz: Charles, Sally and Jim.
TERgus-A eredit of twelve Months, with interest
romn the day- of sale, except as to s much as may be
~euiredto defray the costs of this proceding, whieb
nust bepaid in cash. Purchase money to bescecured
y bonds with ample personal sureties.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Do.l, 1 5 5t 47
State of outhi Oarolina,
IN EQUITY. ..
- Sar alh Nancy Quarivs,
S. W. Gardner. -
OTICE is hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of Sterling Quaries, deceased, to pre
sent theici-claims duly authenticated to my O~fici
rior to the fourth Monday in March, 1857, other
vise they will be precluded.
Given uder my hand at my Office, this- 15t1
De. 1856. A . SI MKINS, c.E.E.D.
Dc 1-5 1856 3m 49
Bale oif~Furniture, &c,
ON Thursday after the Saleday in January.!wil
expose to-sale, through my A gents, all the
Household and Kitchen Furilture,
Owned hy~ the late John Doby, ad belongiing ti
the PLA.NTtERS' H OTEL, in' Bdgefield : Village
consisting of Bed-Steaids, Mattrasses, Feather-Beds
Chars, Tables, Andirons,. &c .&e. Among th<
articles is one fine SOFA andhail1re MIRROR.
ggTerms will be- nude'knoiwn on the day.o
All persons having claims againdt the Estate o
the sid John Doby, dec'd., will presenit them t<
eithr ofi.my legal A genits (Deve-re or.Atkins) f'o
sttlenent. by the. Iirst of.Jit.ti'y.Dext. The'
smst be pi-6pe,1y attested. - All persons indebted t<
te Estgte will .le-ute come forward and matke pay
met to mof said agents by the same time.
*MATILDA DOBY, Adtn'or.
Dec 24 4t -.48
iT 1ON PT RS4-1
gitifil. h'Tui ib i re
Im 911"", -,e -' .0.
d ateio :4gfayb hiur
is wllefI.nown 0eo s e1
plred tt ieit'tilife~ug ' a'Snd ;1&
tole rhtiios tiareek -theah4 ery
eavns orahteio'rd oaid btehi
g o litthativedeantab id
diver A ii a J .
Ilhs Tul othe erIt al he se r
peiedi, th e iot "d at %
sole purposeei fedthe a rny
e~ver ei tedic .a
T1Iaadiral rur the generous' IiF w
ceved, hie hopes by ie mnint
eneourageement in thie fqmilJ .,
;Nov 26 AC
DRY *GOODS IND
AMES ITEN Y i -np.
formerly &epiediby J . K ne
to Clark & Co.'W welr Store).a i E
seketei o hic best stock os
'kit, t an examination fV lN1
vites h1s* friends and tib ie
-ingpaid particlar atteutionito-e.e"
Dresp Goods i&Eui
persojis aj.may be-plesed1tb .
call, ma'ybe'se ofb, l te' ne
stock compriees thefoloing artleies
Rich DRESS SILS
Plain and Printed Deaines - -- -e w
Lupin's French Merinoes - -
PlaIn and Fancy Plaid Mlerinoes, .
Lupin's bhik'Bomba: nes
A. superior qualityof bi Si
English and American
Lapin's Alpacas, of superio teten
Real. Welsh Flannels';- -
Colored : "
Plain Red " -
Irish Linens and Long'Laws
Scotch and Russia Diapers;
8-4 and 10-4 Table -L=
Saperlor Pillow-aseLI n -
Allendale, Lancaster and Mies esats is
A large assortment of Rilbbons
SilkBelts and Belt Ribbons -
Velvet Ribbons --
Alexander'sKiland Silk Gloves;
Ladies' and Gent's Merino Silk ana sibora7
A large assortment- of Dress Tru;ngs -
Laces'of all qualitide
Iemlatitehed, Bo'deA and .ish'd Z u ea* M0
Mourning Collars aitdSleevee pe tkor)e 4
Misses-Collars and Sleeves, sej4 o fisetts
Embroidered .Collars and Sleeves, sepeaors
InanEmboidere Waists anii Dress l
Swiss and Jaonetiads;
Edgings and Insrtings
Whalebo o'Skilleton Skirts;
Enmbroidered '-nd Eugenie Skilts
.Bleached and ]3rown- Allendale and Geer3I
'Swnasdown Flannels; -wy
Ladies' Shawls, Blio ;n.ClrJ
Sonmc b'eautiful Stellia~hawls~
Cloaks, othe varo'usstyrf ow w orn, -
Pantalen StufiUmbrellas; - . ,. .'...
And maiy'eh didsiiable.gbood terousto
mention. 1 - / . - - . e
To whei~sis1$d~ Mrs:1Ioney'shikitiful suppl1 -d
of Milliary Goods.c . . 4
Mrs. len'eyldesieher-old fenuds and- the pub
lio generally, to exanmine lir ~,as she has C
superior one to any-she e'yer
. Auguta,Nov.181856. 3- 45
HJAVE now on baud the largit- Smock of-e- -
gro or Planitation. Goods ever
offered in this City, consisting inisart of the
White Macinaw 9-4 BLANKETS, at uslow pri
ces as the Blue Blankets~, and far heavier.;
They are the only House whto have Georgia
Schleys best GEORGIA PL AINS, Wsall wool fill
ing." Other brands of Kerseys also on band.;
LINSEYS, OSNA BURGS,. STh R1 P E S and
JEANES of every variety. Those visiting our
City would do well to examine our Stock before pur
chasing elsewhere.-Among their
Black Gro d'Rhine.SlLKS;
Fancy Brocade and Striped. Pon de Soir SILK,
varying from 626 eta to $5 per yard;
Every variety Paris Printed Mdouslin DeLoins;
CAL[COES, large .assognioe.. an varied- in
Embroideries of everydescribtios;
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmiings;
Hoops, Mohair, Coliores-nd Corded Skirts
CRENOLINE or Sardmnia SKIRTING, the la
test and most desirable article -for Ladice Skidi g,
two yards wide;
Cloth and Vetvet CLOAKS and' TALMAS
.Brown and Bleached Hlomespuns, with a- large ,
astortment of~ Cassimeres, Sattinelts, Janeeg &o.,
for Men's wear ;
Linen Lawns, Diapers, Damasks,-Sheeting &.
well assorted; -
With every variety'of Goods'suitable to the -season, '
to which tlicy invite the attention of all-visiting our
City. -te -~t
gg Orders carefully and etually atne o
A ugusta, Oct 20. ..4 WMYtf 41
H AV-INGamore land Tywlibjl~ioiegsale Bile
H IHundred. One Thousabd or.Fifteen-Hundred '
Acres of PRIME COTTON LA2ND-i a body,
or separately to -suit :pi-ohnserii-lying on South
Edisto Riger, two muiles distant. from Beimberg, a
'Stationa on thie.Augustt..Banch of' thro'S. C..R~ail
Road. .Three forihs o the 'Tract ie)Iigh, 1am.
mock, subject to no overflow. Tke Riveris'dinne
out from the remaining-:o~rtion.: 62-' :
With ordinayry seasons these fasnds will-syield.
from. 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. of Cotton-from. 30 Eto 60
bushels of Corn-from 15 to 30 bishels of wheat
per acre. -
I have tested the health of this section, and hay
ing resided in the upper portion of-'the'State, fel
that I can safely say that it will comnparecfavorably
with any part of the''State. of which. I have ay -
knowledge- .. .
TheseoLands may be. bought; on a credit of'four
years at-$10 per acret-or,. for on~sthird'eash, bal
ance on a credit of' three years, at $7-per acre.
There is a good Dwelling House, Negro Houses,
Out Houses, &o., on' the place. Three liundriil
acres cleared lind-100 acres frst and second fears'
land. 2- - -
~ Those who rmy wish furtherinforimation as to the?-~
quality-of the Land and health of theplae I beg
laeto refer to Col~P. S8 Felder and Dr. Alejan
der Saly, Graham's'Turn'Out, Bars'well Distried
Gen. BuchandiaWiunustoro, and:Col.',acob Sto-,
mna, Blackville, Barawell Dstrit. - .
No~r2-' -T. tf BUH . -
* BEAb~lle' Banner,. will plaseIinsert the .
above tilli1stT'anuary, and forward the hbill to J. MI.
B., Bamberg,S. C,
A LL-Sprons-indelited totie SbserlIeb note., -
ootherwise, are repfllotifiedo ttle
ay the first of January. 9
Nov. 5the 1856 t4
Wantd to Hre
as1-wish him 'about tlie Stre ~ or baaii l Wa- K
ges will- be paid. - S. LB W R8.gpt
THimbu'rg,-Dee. 2,85 t