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FINE BUGGIES & CARRIAGES
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
GREAT BARGAINS TO BE HAD!
IM ORDER to close up our business without de
Alay, we will sell at Edgefield C. H., on the first
Monday in March next, to the highest bidder, our
bplendid S'ock of well built and beautiful
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES!
Great bargains, we doubt not, can be obtained, as
we are determined to sell. All in want of fine
Carriages and Buggies, and at extraordinrry low
prices will do well to attend.
LEIGH & TUCKER.
Feb18 2t . 6
DAWBON k SKINNER,
FINE TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS, &C.
-Every description of
Constantly on band, and all for sale on good terms.
Augusta, Feb 18 3m 6
B T an order from W. F. Durisoc, Ordinary of
Edgefleld District, we will proceed to sel on
Thursday, 2Gth February inst.,
At the late residence of Avory Bland, Dec'd., all
the Real and Personal Estate of said Dec'd., not
otherwise disposed of, consisting of one vacant
LOT, in the Village of Udgefleld, adjoining lands
of Wm. Logue, John Colgan and C. M. Gray. one
LOT, one mile from the Village of Edgefield, lying
on the Columbia Road, containing eleven acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of James H. Minis,
E. H. Covar, W. F. Durisoc, E. B. Bacon and Mrs.
one other LOT, two miles from the Village, lying
on the Columbia Road, containing one acre, more
or less, and adjoining lands of John Iluiet, Wiley
Crane and H. A. Gray. One this last named Lot
there is a good Dwelling House.
one of whom is a very valuable Boot-maker.
HOUSEIOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, llor
ses, Mules, Stock of Cattle, Hogs, Corn, Fodder,
Peas, Oats, Shucks, Cotton and Cotton Seed, Hams,
Bacon, Lard, Plantation and Blacksmith's Tools,
Tnuxs or SAL-On a credit of twelve months,
with interest from the day of sale. Purchasers to
give Notes with good personal sureties, to secure
the purchase money.
J. A. BLAND,)
J. S. SMYLY. 2
Fel. 17 1857 2
BY virtue of an order from William F. Durisoc,
Ordinary, we will proceed to sell at the late
Residence of Joel Abney, dec'd., on Wednesday,
the fourth day of March next, all the personal
property and Estate of the said Joel Abney, con
sisting of about
NINE NEGRO SLAVES,
Stock of Ilorsts, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Fodder, Oats, &c.
Agricultural and Farming implements. Among
the said slaves are two good Millers, one first rate
Sawyer and Black Smith. The remaining slaves
are very likely.
TxrxS OF SALr.-A credit until the 25th day of
December next. Purchasers to give, bonds or
notes, with two or more approved sureties.
On the same day, a BLACK SMITH, belonging
to the Estate of George Pope, dec'd., will be hired
for the balance of the present year.
On the same day will be rented " TH REE FINE
MER1lI[ANT MILLS," (consisting of Flour, Girist
and Sawv Mills) on Saluda River; formerlyv owned
by E. P. & J. A buey--AL~so-the plantation and
residence of the said JToel Abney.
The Real Estate will be rented until the first of
TERMs--Thae same as above stated.
. WILSON A BNEY, 1 dm'rs
M. W. CLARY, f.
Feb. 17 1857 2t 6
I WILL offer for sale at public out cry, on Sale
.day in March next, ONE LOT OF L ANI, be
longing to the Estate of J. Kirksey, dee'd. con
taining 44) Acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of F. \V. Pickens.
TF~nM oP S.A.E-A credit unti h s lvo
January, 1858, with interest from day of, sal.
P'urchasers to give note with approved sureties, to
secure the piurchmase money..
E. P. IL. KIRKSEY, Ex or.
Feb. 17 1857 2t 6
Turkey Creek Land for Sale.
VTtH E Subscriber wishes to sell his tract of landl
..on Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter.)
containing SEVENTEEN IIUN~ifED ACRES.
I will ride over the place with any piersoni desi
rous of purchasing, so that they may judge of its
There is a small new Ihouse upon the place, with
all necessary out buildings, good well of water, &c.
Terms accommodating. ELBER T BL AND.
Feb. 18 1857 tf 6
I WILL sell at public sale on Wednesday, 18th
Ma ihrch', to the highest bidder, the folnowimg
VALU'ABLE Mll., PROPERTY. viz:
The Rocky spring Place,
Containing 4,368 ac.res--withi a line Circular Saw
Mill, in good running order.
The Toney Place,
Containing- about 2,500 acres, with a good Saw
Mill upon it.
Btoth places are well-timbered andI very desirable
for the Milling business.
They masy be treated for at private sale until that
Terms made known on day of sale.
E- The sale will take place at the Rocky Spring
plae.R. Tf. MDibI.
Feb IS1-8 5t 6_
Negroes for Snle.
~TILL be sol on the first Monday in March
VTnext. the following negroes:
JACWK, aiged :16 ye.ars, good Hiouse servant.
JIN N EY, aged 43 years, good washer and Ironer.
$ARtAIl ANN, aged 34 years, good washer and
'frnius-GOn a credit until 1st January 1858,
with interest and approved security.
B. W ALDO, -,s
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, Jos
Feb. 18 1857 2t
T ilE P'ublic are hereby iniforrned that front an.i
Aafter this date I do inst initeind to secognize.
anv one: a-; myi Agent, to settle the E:ate of mys
bilathsand~, Rtandall D~elaug~hter, as I ani the
Adiniistratrix of said Estate, and will attend to
thlsme lnt1Y DJELAUGilTERI, Adm'r's.
Feb. 14 1857 .'t
Court is Coining!
ND) I will say to my Saluda friensds. that has
t0 atted, and prefe to stay at a p~rivte
Th:1I hve omehin toeat, upon Lo5! Creek,
And a plraee to sleepl, for Man and Beast,
All ror one D~ollar a piece.
Feb. 18 1-57 It 6
STlATF. 01F SOUTHl CAROLI NA,
ANI-R~EW U. LA TASTE ande wife Mary, and
SFelina Naplpier, vs Tilkuni D. Naplpier, Ma
ilda Rtadford and others.
t pering to my satisfaction that Elizabetli
apirJohin Nappier, Ahbsaloms Nappier and Johi
Nappier, Delenidanits, restide withistut this State, i
itrefore ordered, that they do appear and ob
es to diiso or sle of the real Estate of Na
han Nappier decased, on or before the 9th day
of May next, or their consent to tho samne will bi
entered of record. W. F. DURISOE, o.E..
OrdinarysOffice, Feb. 10th 1857, 1lte 6_
NY person lhaving Books (Law or Miscella
Anru)of G. I). Tillman, will oblidge the sub
crbrby leaving the IVat R fi TJLLMAN.
rab 1O tf 5
TlE Subszriber, desiring to retire from the
i Printing business, offers for sale the entire
Establishment known as the CaroiMna Times,
with which is connected a well conditioned JOB
The Times (Daily, Tri-weekly and Weekly is
sues.) is in a prosperous condition, enjoying a very
fair circulation and a large advertising patronage.
The Job Office is in good order, containing abun
dance of material for the execution of any class of
work, and is liberally patronised.
The Press department, containing three Presses,
is also complete, and worked by steani, running
one Adams and one Cylinder Press.
As Printer to the House of Representatives, the
subscriber has made ample arrangements for the
execution of its work, which affords ample remu
neration, and properly managed cannot fail to give
a handsome profit.
As the subscriber has determined to sell, an op
portunity is afforded those who may desire to en
gage in Journalism to secure one of the best con
ditioned and prosperous establishments to be found
in the South, at very low figures.
For further information, address the subscriber,
at Columbia, S. C. E. H. BRITTON.
Feb. 18 1857 tf 0
W E have on hand and for sale cheap-less
than half the original cost-a first rate lot
of CHASES, of all sizes, and as good as new.
Twenty pair of CASES, with a few JOB CASES,
all in good condition.
Also, a lot of Brass GALLEYS, Slice and Plain
wood GALLEYS, Composing STICKS, STANDS,
a No. 1 ROLLER MOULD, &c.. all of which are
for sale remarkable cheap. Apply at this office.
New Candy Manufactory.
220 King St., Uppwite Brancroft, Leman 4- Co.
CI1AVLESTON. S. C.
A .L KINDS OF CANDY MANUFACTIU
RED AT NE lW YORK PRICES. Dtealers
wil eonsult their owcn interests by calling on us
when in th * City or ordering from uv.
Orders attended to % ith prom ltaess and dispatch.
WARREN KINSMAN & BRO.
grP. S.-Onle Price.
Charleston, Feb. 10 lS57 4t 5
Octagon Burial Cases!
r Ill E Sulsc'riber keep constantlyon h anld n d41
variety of this new styv (o * ETA LI( BtU
RIAL CASES. of beautiful f'Oriu, ansd finish.ed in
perf'et reseminmee of high'y polihed ROSE
WIAID. These C.\ASI - are now extensively usel
and possess many valuahle advaninges over all
Cotlins now before the public.
JOHN 'M. WITTr.
Edgefiehl, Feb 9 Gm 5
GOODS AT COST.
A FTER this date I will tl'er the remaninder of
A my Stock of Gods at
NEW YORK COST,
(Except a few heavy articles.) Tie Stock is st'll
larger and better than often oflered at Cost.
A fine supply of S P R I N G enid S U M M E R
G 0 0 1) S suited to the approaching season.
Persons lvring purelcel since January first.
are remuested to close accounts at their earliest con
venience. I am subjected to heavy expense to close
my bIusiness-will not my friends and customers
cone forward andl aid me promptly to close my
books by cash or note. I consider myself at liberty,
withiout'further notice, ton place in the hands of an
Attorney befoire. next Return Day, all old Notes and
Accounts standing oven unsettled.
Feb3 tf 4
N OW oiffer for sale their sphndia new stock mlf
SILT ER W A RE, of all kinds-Teu Sets,
Pitcher,. Castcrs, Waiters. Gobkets. Tumbinlers, Cups,
lFomrks, Spmoons, l.a lIes, Pastry, Cake, D~essert andu
Shenfield P'LATED) WARE-flirst qu:dity o
toods in Castors, Cake Badkets, Waiters, Candle
lIiriinighlam and Atmerecan P'L.TED WYA RE.
verv shmowy. and at lomw prnices.
d(Ol. nA ~i ES, of :n'l Zood makenrs-Cooper,
lDent. 'Tobia', llurley & .lmlhnsmon, English makers;
iriettinmg. 'latile, Swiss imkers ; atnd .1lu's .Jur
enisen~. ''f Cmpenal en't
si IA' Eit W A'C T I FS in creat variety ; qjuick
bat Jtailroa.1 Watchmes, large size.
Rtichliaiumond, Coral, Canneo and Mosaic .1 EW
ELRIY, all the~ newest stykm.<, with a large sto'ek or
Staple and Fancy GMII)1>8, at the'ir store, Post
,fiee' Corner, opposite the liailroad Bunk.
A ucusta'. Fm b. 41 1857 tf 4
SORGHO SUCH RE,
CHINESE SUGtAli COR1N.
IT surpavses all other plants for soiling (feedming~
gr~~teeni) and fomdder. mmn acciount or the gr. at
amount of sautary isa.-ehariune ij uie it containis, :inmt
is greedlily eaten by Stock oft .nil kinds. It ma~y lie
repiatedly ent, like'Egypmtian milet, ummowing oil' free
y andl rapidly, aflter eaceh c'uting. It alsm standls
druht much b. tier thin connmnon emrn retaining
its green color nieml juicinmss after the seed1 mature.
A supply of Rieliable Seed, has been re
i ved by the subscribmer,
Put ump in Sncks at 50 Cents and
Containing sufficient seed for planting half acre andm
o ne aere, eh. Orders respec'tfu I)y somlicited.
I.rigga ndAjvSo~'ayWM. IIA IN ES,
I~rugistand potcar,'oad-St. Aungusta Ga.
Janiuiry 27 1u7 2mn 3
Boot and Shoe MIanufactory.
T lIE Suibscribmer ha-.-inr (penemd a B 0 OT
AND) S HI 0 AiUATR
oppnoste the Post 0111cc, respectfully announces tin
the citizens of Emdginield \'illagze and1 D istrict, that
is Ihe prueparedm to make to order any article in the
HaigBoot and Shoe Business !
laigthe best woirkmen ini thne D.isictin in his in
p1. ym~ent and being a practical work manmhimist It
he I'ecs warranted in baying that itis wvork nil lbe
done' in the neatest :aml ltetst styvles.
I Ie has iaso oin ha.:;. :a larue Stmck ofl line P U.\lP
80lEl) andl fine W ElIfI'K and 1)01' Hl-E l8"led
IOOT1'. A Iso, ai stock of eenuthm mmn and1 !.mh s'
sil0ES-all of his ovn I n:anufacture-wihich ho
will sell for ensh.
N. 1.-A Ne.;r.o 1 oy wvante-l tin learn the 1nm.it
and lhoe trade.
F.bm4 tf 4
Cass County Lands~
A MOST valuable p'antatiomn lying on the Wecs
tern & A tiantie lIail R'aad, m'entracng tin.
lands nyomn which the Casville Wood -Station iv. 1. eci
td atnl only two and.. a hltt mikisu frio Canssvitle,
aind wvithi~n twn mniles ( 'It. Chermk e Baptist Col
le :mdii ie .\ethomdisu F~emale Coll. gin.
T[his tract coin'ieis '/00 Acres, min which manly
I190t acres are in cultivatimon, the rest being heavi y
timbered aundu so coniventimnt ton thne Wood-lStatimn,
that every stiek mlr tiumer cant be remndily cmnvertedl
inom .mnn'v. The itnpromvetm, nits conists of a c'im:
fmrtabtle lI welling, a gmood Gi kmI ouse andl all mothier
out h~ouses, &c.
There arme onm this tract about 010 aet s 'mt' very fine
eadmmw hand, half' mf which is set ini JHerds (;ra.
This hmand is calmable of prodsucing about 1000~l lbs.
.4 Cmtton, 20 bushels of Wheat or 40t bushehs (if
Cmmrn. Tfhe sturlutS timber mmn the traut sh. Itn sil,1,
will more thamn repay the puirha~se tmoney. Any
pmers'mn wishming to purchase the above tract are re
fered to J. H. MIMS.
Feb.11 1557 3m 4
Cambridge Land for' Sale.
rfl I E Subscriber oil'ers fort sale his RKESII DENCE
.1 in Cambridge, together with Twenty Acres of
and, as fine an Orchard of young Peach Trees, aus
arn bo found in the up-country, and a never-failing
Spring. Thme buildincs are in good order amnd Com,~
pie 1)wellig.Kitchen, .Smoke lI'ouse, Meal Room,
Barn, Stabks, Cabin anid Chicken House.
Tfaans-$600 in Catsh or Cash Notes.
H. R. GODMAN.
Feb 4 187 tr 4
Durable Riches Selling at Cost,
r 119 Subscriber takes this method ul informing
his friends and the public, that he has re-opened
for the reception of Students, the newly erected and
neatly finished Academy, situated in a healthy por
tion of Edgefield District, S. C., one mile and a
half, East of Kirkscy's Cross Roads, in the imnimedi
ate neighborhood of John B. Rountree, James Tur
ner, John Durst, Ransom Holloway, Holloway
Clegg. Rev. .ohn Trapp and Sinson Mathis. Esq.
The Scholastie year is divided into two Sessions of
5 months cach.
Bates of Tuition
For the Languages and the higlir Branches of
Mathematics..............$15, per Session.
For English Grammar, Geography,
Arithmetic, &c............$8, per Session.
For Reading, Writing, Spelling, &c.$6, per Session.
Board can be had from $6 to $7 per month. No
Scholar received into School for less than half a
session. WM. M. HEATH, Rector.
Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
PINE GROVE ACADEMY.
T HE exercises of PINE GROVE ACADEMY,
will commence on the second Monday in
March next, under the charge of Dr. L. B.
BOUCHELLE, who is an experienced and coni
Rates per Scholastic Year.
For Algebra, Geometry and Latin Language.$30,00
lotany, Astronomy, Chemistry and
Philosophy ............ ...........20,00
For Grammar, Geography and History,
Ancient and Modern...................16,00
For Primary Branches...................12,00
Payable whenever students leave the school.
Good board can be obtained at from $7 to $8
per month, in excellent fmnilies. Said school is lo
cated near the Road leading from Lotts to Mount
Willing, near 'Mine Creek, P. 0., Edgelield Dis
trict, S. C.
M. M.PADGIETT. )
.10SIAll PADGE:TT, ';i
L UKF, l:ODGlIllS,
.10IlN G ILL, 1.1.,7
ALLISON DNELOACIlI |
W ILLIS L. STONE, J
Fel. 4 1857 5t 4
HAPPY VALLEY ACADEMY,
r gi IE Exereis.isor JIappy Valiey Acad
l. emy will commenee in Nlonday, Feb. 2d,
under the charge of Miss .1 tLIETTV M. PICK ER
ING. who will iustruc faithfully a ' pupils coiiimmit
ted to her care.
Thi-< Schll is pl-esntly locatedI nline miles from11
FEtefivlh Village, and near the reslietine of J. F.
RATES OF TUITION.
E inglish lIrant lies, per Session ............ i.i.
French Languag ........................ ,I
Good boaI .,rd ennm bie promcured in thle vicnt of
'he se olat 111I1p . ,h.
Pupils will be ehargeld from the tim (.r entrance
ito the close or the sessiion without dedumctimi, excepnt
in case (of sickness.
Jan. 20 1857, *.it 2
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
W I LL attend at the times an.1 phices hervin.
. after islpeciiie d to colleet tIII State anid I i-trit
Tax fir the year commlleinug the fiit day uf Octo
.\t NIt. Willing, AlInilav, I 14h l-inary.
" Norris',eviii . o ch-ek.
wit-sTuesday, 171t1 l'etuatr%.
" htinehmart's, Samiccvtuing, 3 ocbink.
1 Uavardl's, N\ . esma', I8th Ferii:ry.
" Perry's. Sainv , 1 inot
'I NI. r' unlay, ]ik1e
" Calenr 's Sto, Sm vni~ Iocok
t omis Store, S(7ame eveiing. . o'clock.
" Cealia'sStoeSamce evening. 3~ o.'clock.
" 1.5.Sa3 v' ~lueSmei. evening, 3 u'clck.
'~Edetel U I, nTusdy 19thwngdasMan
" RIchardso's 'aturdat~y, 1b1th iavi
" Whit Il. Suys, A~londay, 113d~
H ue~l I hil, 'J-hcariv, 211111
" I rs St, Samcc 'e evening. 3 cleock.
" u .\loore ' Tuesda. 24tnih
" Stfi e, Wednesay, 15th
" LibetyHil, Thiu, day, Ith.:1
iaevns'tore Frl i.h c~y 27thl
I" P lstu~ Lae Satrlay, 2th
" idce Ited.m: 11, oni~ th folwigdays ln
dIray. te 2n, Sudc theT , anIc ona
ca lloward's, b Tesday, tu10thu I iar c.
"ui~ i W imte alue icuced. nay li 'icth "ia a
" tiiie-l baril, iniid.Thursday , 1t h "
theners "ca miile eing,:b1 o'ctuek.
keMrs buidltndci Saeuvein: . 3aci lnlock.1
" : eientcicIil rd ic.1 . Su rday, .ti t -l th.~. i.c:Ui
tun :ii.; lt i- T uleii la hy nih L l t
1856-Fall's, 'Thrday, 1 8
" WGanterl, FriCEy & Cth
" labu g, 31 otol tat ,
" ChallleroeiPon fo, T iuery wa, n:h tt~
by lorgats.t~ ( nt c evngh ordtsf-iah
4tl01 Whtman's S 11.tc Turdy ti n odh u~
Iy Ta Pyrswllb ai r iid Thilccnre
_Augue tar, marrtlS ordid i thei r .12ie
Bamleacdur iringser and Sumbetf igs
who. hae he rn Hradied In :h .lsameG pein -
IandEl comeprepared t' nih me theor.eIi t retur
turnsr in arhtewVie theys . wd lt eih .bl
t hitn-d. c TH. FXUni'llist 1 1aN.d 'Sill~u
DRS AP.ERSa UlANDe ~ALRS
A Ilre ' N W EL tinL S il E) ith a Aholekstac ofi
And :liiil o ather Godd foruner weNart., timitd
b eorgieles Genithe laving ieorders foany
atice ofhdc Cltrin csnly asredof estltn call :mE
naioncable as i-sit
A uguta, Fct .8 li7 f d'1
Bleahe Crtings Wae Boneetkings
1hi'AS rreie rmiciNew Yok, t flloi
. t~eice make o~y f LuIle'aceSllitTINGe aone
Slx1IETS, whiedh tie wio1st l fpore h te i
SIeTS to whpichs thmathentin ohe pubcase
Auesta Y Fe.\il 4--85 tfeh~e 4ilRIG
WatrT is Ne Ceba.tedl -ort -1)lec d
JS ilinlStckThs Nrrve i
Wite Tlon- fort aiis f le heSals.T
White llock ee-4 o.a10, Twitl.-n Stllet,
Faseb4.4 e5h7 d Slt 4
- -'*.- - -I
jg Timi Friends of Air. STEPIlI:N Sil.\W
respectfully announce bim as a Candidate for Sherill'
of Edgeicd District, at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBIUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for SherilT
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
Er We are authorized to announce LEWIS i
JONES, Esq., as a candidate fur re-election for
Sheriflfcf Edgefield District.
E Tnu Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announcehim as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sheriff,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
Tihe many friends of W. W. S ALE. Esq., of
Hamburg, in.the upper part of the District, re'speet
fully announce bim as a candidate for Sheriff of
Edgefield District at the next election.
0 Tis Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN t
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
Qy Tus Frinds of Mr. 11. P. IIARRISON
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of ElJtgefield District at, the unsuing elec
0lTlte friends of STARLING TURNER, nn- e
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
07 The Friends of Mr. A1. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him a a Calidtte for Tax Cullec
tor of Ed.gefield at the next election.
g The l'riends of Capt. E. W. IluRN, re
specfutily announce him as a Cainliciait f1r Tax
L'llector f Elgelieild District, at the en.uintg tte
10' The 'rriends of Mr. C11 A (;i\S CA RTEI-R
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield Distriet, at the next election
E7 The Friends of Air. CHAS. M. MIA Y, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ee:or of Edgfield District at the n-xt election.
T II 1 Undersigned have this day formted a part
nership for the Practice oif fawaivi and lu.ly,
in l.lgelield nd the njoining Districts. Ullice at
ElC1elield C. H., where one or bolth iny at a11l timhes
he Itund. S. W-. -i R I%
.AS. A. DIZI ER.
Dcc. 31 185(, tr 51
TiESub.,eriber hi-:s ,v'evid an .
1 Ollice ilmme-dialy in) rerl lot' WV
whe! c he wdl ato-nd too any bu-4.1iqm1
to hir. Profetsion. .\! n's Patent Te tilh,
Corvili.ear Gum and lBlock T. eth, trom
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
P it u1", in a style tII ple.se the m11"5t "a-ta1itls.
()niet wihingat teeth put ny 11n1 .\ iiI ' atent.
en have it done bv .cndiing; it their 3'latis at very
Denllists' Gol.d andi'lve n.Gb iy- n
P1tina Wire, round, halt ruIndt awl eTitndrieal
made11 to VrerA3. PA RM R.t
N. I.--.\ settlennt ahvwa.s at the com;letion of
thle wo. k.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
nTw b.atP d NI. 217, llroad Street. A\uusta. Ga.
Chrnie Iliseases. Vi,.its mta-. :at a dliitnce onl the
:;ot re-nabu le terms. Plea.:se add11ress,
A- r~i2 tf Il _
\ \'irite sf at. IId a fritt the Urd..intary we
sn.. dee'd.. nei.i:- Graiei!'.l ..n tl.e utti Februnx
i- ini.,. the follow Iin.: propjerly, v-.:
Six Likely Negroes,
Stock of al: kintds, C'or, Fihr , &., with, Pm it
sumi.. : ol nd under ten do'lliis . r fi ve asi we iiay di
wvithi :tmpj.e scnity bteforeit. the d.-livtry of property.
\\.\. PItAW . ) .
Febj 41 *l --
ca.*:-s, tew It:
.J0 .h li I. lTalleyv, A dm'ir, vs. Jaia P. (d.-r .\
tut ..t land' cotiaitning lilly :.eres, innre ori..
of he l.)endenit .laimz.s P'. lo'ert, in :: 11.1 t of iln
citiing thre huiedIi: lwies, morte~ br le s!
.itig li ts Co. J I i;.iii STopa 5.1!r Sarah e
:ie3 tti -r Ind i u. . J. i J t ide t -io oe "-::t
so s y I..r se tfi ., onhle li1g.flel 1111 a b i t..n
Wytter kHoh ;nes vsP. l. l li'e. :1'.1 i ttI. -
ladse C-: lat..v vtsslCy,i'h-a-.ct'tfitt nmt d on!
mundtitt levid pof aslhepri erii tthe ;Caawi Clt. i!..n
..lameI gs Tabr and othes, vs. Tlr..s e.~ C.
aite Iacet, nodtlnsthre or les<. adjinnghuns.l.
tlin 1521ie ll C i ls iIi ~li'.I ure u a n oteI rs. Il
Teb Stt vs. Alfe .4teilr A rc 5fhe
.Jhni 111.1 onu h lan , ;tdWill StromIti, ton'r.:k.
I r tadwatr far. an i fthers1l. . fiverllyk vs. the
sne lAk tat ofgt tiland citaltini PA hree I'hu-knd
alley Philk aind. oel lVrSTks vs. Ah soaw andge
ote isne Slits vres, ht.'oeieldan Chit-e
orotd barenmziein calenoon.
Au.\Vgdary veb. li57 e tf unr 4 ,ato
jiinlanso JohnJ &ick Cadawa ChGIrT a.,
ater.Agnsfrte Iorh meia ti
Cull uttdgg t s th . . les, it lPllys vsthg
ifenot w&ttzervos Jantin you rliit neh.
M AursaFb.4157 I
T IE Gidersignil havin. 1purchaed Ih' inrte
anI cI eoiiiodiuus louse occupied for several
e..ars by Mr. Clias. Co>mpty, as a flotel, but reently
)v Maj. G. A. A ddison a< a Dweelling, spe':Ifully
imoniltces to his old patrons and frienids that the
mil Jii ense is now open foir the ar-i nItiol; un of
Ill who nmy favor him wilh their comipay. His
lotel is privatclv but Still coivenieit ly ocated,
hiel iakes it very desiratile :.s a boardin;; louse.
lie promises to use every excrtion to please, .md
laving hadl considerable experience in the Hotel
msiness feels conlident that he will render complete
atisihction to the publie generally.
lie haIs procured the services of No. 1 Cook-,
mld will constantly keep his table hlend with the
est that can be had. Mrs. C. will also give her
iersonal attention to the culinary department, in
aving every article properly prepared.
hlis lROIS will be completely furnished, and
arc taken to keep them so.
Ilis STABLES will also receive the careful atten
ion of an experienced Obth-r, and be plentifuily
rvided with the best of provender.
Ile hopes by giving strict attenlion to busiicss
ni endeavoring to gratify the wants of every one,
j mrivilt and receive a liberal share of patronage.
Dec 30 tf 51
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
W E WU LD.LI) inliri the eitizens of Edgelield
and the adjoining I)istrict that our con
tntly increasing tiusiness has compelled our re
oval from " 3 B I10A 1) STEET," to the mag
eent and spaciou.s BROWN SrON BU11,1LING,
9 =O.AD STJ EL T.
T n. - .. ... I. ' Iriai.ne t I tti
.NE uT1".-)'*:u-.e n ri doya:my Sim ilar
subli.-hmen1-lt *-In the Un1ited1 States ;111nd whilst it
il aif our sl LA G
A ISE L LAN E B00 KS,
CHAP PUBLICATIONS, &C.,
re abo' pr....-e illn: ir !nely i tou pc,;resett
TOCKl ,,f STl.\Ti()N Els V A ndl th~ose *n watit of
LEDGERS JQ1ThRNAL~S, CASH BlOKS,
kl. V. (()It' TE.U T & C!O..
I \li' wi' is"o hile lire fo'r every holy to btiy
des iuring the e emi:..t seI u.;.s. A\ tni all u hle wish
i ut 'flin
\e ret..et ii in.;med th;t iL.d ,. 'i-.:A.et
art.: lot ot W I!J. SL:I.E( T1121) G A~ i. D k .N
0E l i-e::,'..gh t ii 2-i.pl. the. vant' f i.- ~lLd eu5:
FOR EVERY ONE
\ a 'u iriani .-, 1 . li.*ns, l i.., i, C.. .. ,
l..ort -. t . rI ot : t-.l, ryi a 'em- r o n
i:tt i .. .1 : r. I.:nip, 'iep .iit be ~r
ihId rOT . C)-sTon:a
,i, orc i;.... bul ri~i~ :1t iesn.~~in
i..tlbb S thi' A tuiEir.;~
JtllN lieeti tole\s .t\th lh N S in lte, in. t
tl rtol C. l'ie-t Inw a 1ttti. it:I, n
\io.iore , e . 2n iS: . l , . .n : tf y .uwit
he Pl::-T i P.-11.:I ae :ie enterms.oi
lu~ .i;.iber, i. iif you e~ wa i ~n e ae aou
nua~i le t " G ilo 0~.- . iid :m iae p!.uiatig :beit ysur
i.ce ..i'g iiud, . ~ '. ft i f Itr Pt eli i
A UnC..'.TAY .-S.
.la:;Hr Ti) 1 v.;7, IfkUH V cn'un.
hea ( bovl bu21iOl t. i al( s br ('-hs.: th
:.rl.\i Nl Filt :soieit Y,:t wil beL tinl
-'rl:igl .\ Uline:.s, uf, Et a c li is. Uniidges.: dnl
1'urnte s lste otf :ltil lrsiplca
.ugusta, Janu::y '2 85 um 53
To the Public,
rI i H' SuIheriber take s ilisooportunily ti exprest
his sincere thanks to his friends fhr the very
liberal patronage he has received at their hands
during the past year.
Atud intending to keep his Stock CONSTANT
LiY REPLEVISHED with a Full Supply
VERY BEST ARTICLES,
Ile will always be found ready and willing to serve
his customers, and will use every effort to give en
Ie wisheus it to be distinctly understood that he
will exiect and require all accounts to be punctually
paid when due, as the nature of his business will
require prompt payment.
0T To those who wish to buy for cash liberal
discount will be made.
E. PENN, AGENT.
Jan 14 tf 1
r EV. C. F. It. SHEHANE, of Nota
sulga, Ala.; is now puplishing a BEAUTI
FUL SEMI-MONT11LY SHEET, of medium
size at $1,00 a year, in advance. It is devoted
principally to the spread of Universalism.
tir Address him either at Atlanta, Ga., or at
.1a.i 21, 4t 2
NO PUFF---NO HUMBUG!
J AMES IIENEY, AUGeSTA, Gi., has on
hand a superior assortment of Plain and Fig
ured Dress SILKS, DELAINES, CASHMERES,
M.ARINOES, ALPACAS, BIOM3BAZINES, GING
I.\31S, English awl American PRINTS, Brown
and White SlllliTINGS and SIIEETINGS, FLAN
ELS. Irish LINENS, Long LAWNS, Linen CAM
IURICS, Scotch nd Rus.ian DIAPERS, IUCKA
BACKS, Table LINENS, NAPKINS, Pillow Case
LINENS, with mniy other goods too numerous to
muention, which ihe offers without either puif or
hmnhnttlttig to the inspectio n of the public. Confi
leiit that all wishing good and cheap Dry Goods
will, on examining his stock, be satisfied that they
are leap as the cheapest..
Aungusta, Jan. 27 1857 tf 3
WI AS just received a fresh supply of Mourning
and Emir-iderel COLLAlIs and SLEEVES,
Inin~sit's Em1/dl WAISTSarnd DiRESSES. Swiss and
.laconet ANDS. EDGE[NGS ant INSERTINUS,
li;sses COLLARS-A i % 0-a large lot of Whale
hone, Cambrie. Matnilla and Embroidered SKIRTS,
CLO.AKS, Ldi and ChildreWs 110SE, &c.
Annga. .lan. 27 1857 tf 3
JASjust. recreivel somie moire of those solid
1i14:LAL.NES anl CASIIERES, which lie
sell at 12 cents.
Augusta. Jan. 27 1857 tf 3
JIASjust rec eived a line assortment of Bed
.1 LANKETS. Also, Blue Travelling BLAN
Augsta, ..ian. 27 1857 tf 3
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
1) OBERT LISENBEE, takes this occa
lid bion to inform tho citizens of Edgefield Village
anil the surrounding vicinity. that he is now pre
iared to accomniodate all who may entrust their
work to him, on the rost reasonable terms.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.,
.ert with him, will be properly and neatly repaired,
and warranted to work well.
Of Ile may be found at the res'dence of Mrs.
Golding. adjoining the Ad vertiser Office, where he
respeett'ully solicits a share of publio patronage.
.hm:i21 1 t* 2
LINEN SHIRT BOSO1MS.
H .\S receivalI froum N~ew York, a supply of
GENTLEM1EN'S and YOUTH'S LIN EN
SilitTr BOSOMS, beautfutlly stitched, and of su
prior style and qluality, which he will sell at very
Anugustai, dlan. 27 157 tf 3
Take themn Up!
~18TIiA~YEL) front my Stables during the late
l2 ire. ajydr oft U.Y PONIES. Any one whlo
will tak.- thiemt tip and~ deliver thetua tit me at the
-Carmilina I Ioteh.," llatnbutrg. S. C., will be liber
lly re.war'ed tfor their trntle. When tast seen
tht; w cre ont lhe P'laik loat leadintg to Edgetield
C. 11f., goinc at the rate of 2--10.
J. A. M.ATS.
ES i.\Y V I from my Stahh-* on or abotut the
L lu it., ttie smai lBAY I t0i18 , very
heatvy busiit,:rutd heavy mune antd tale. As wvell as
I .eileet a.l the teet are whit.---smnall white blaizi
en th.- nu.., andit .tar between thet. eyes-sitrt cats.
A iii inft..matii.. of said Illorse will lie th~umkfully
itce.l. JOIlN A. M AYS.
1 la::ihe~rc, .l:,s :ll 4It 4
C1'R A El) fromu the Subscriber tn the 21st (i
.1 .hmn.iri, ir < f sorrel M4A RtES, one seven
-.msr i ani,'L the Ioth r nine. They are about tour
ten br lifteei ha:tls hight. e:.cht wit hs a white sptt
in. (,'Ie.., at are well brike to harniess. A htb
ra-i rewa: . wilt hie paid~e fr. the delilvery of the said
estc5 or anyi itnformatitton conceintiit them will be
ratefuly rteceived.. l:reet to the Airtiser Office,
ri to mv :add:css. A. S. D O'4lER, Jr.
\Mt. W illine, l'. O., Edg-lield, S. C.
.l:tmuary 27, 1857 if 3
-Adm~ inistrator's Notice.
, l.L personts havn g tdemtandis against the Es
I L. tt cito Sarahl Gregory, tde'd. are reqjuestedl to
redeir in ihli ir accoui tnts prttperly attesitd without
delav, and these indeledt mruat timke payment at
an e:nr : l:ine. I ma:~ dete-rmtinedl to nuake a linaiset
lh-et t in a shot t tinme.
I RICHIARD GREGORY.
Feb 1d I .457 - 3m 4
r 'Ot UL l'lUFTY lKELY NEGROES, for
wh c iv tet. bhe~~lst prtices wvill bte paid.
A ut dr. either of the unlters.igne-d at Edgehitld
. 11. .lt)IIN A . A I)lSON,
C. W .\AIREN.
. Tsm 'I if '
\' W. V 1l)l'RISt)E, Esq., Ordinary of Ftlgefieldl
WheIrets i-itj. F. [.nveess lhatth appliedl to mec ftir
eter.. oh Adii,traiton on all antd singular the
e'imds andt ebaiut Ls. rightlis andh credijis of .lamnes P.
Coft.-r lite. oh the D istrictu afiorteaaid, dl~eced.
T1'hie. are, t herehfore, tib cite anti admuonih all and
siiulatr. thbe kindred and creditors tof thes said tdeceas
it, to he and app-etr beefore metat ittr next Ordinary's
Cutsrt for the sa Id D istrict,tt tt:b holen att Edgefieuld
C. IIL. tt the 2:3rd tday tof Febtrua.~ry int-i., to shIowi
can-e, itatty, whyt the saidh admnitiistrasitonshould noi hie
(iv.-n undteer my hatiani nseal, ithis thtl dlay of Feb
ruary in thte ytearof ittr Lordi one thtousand eighit hiun
dhreit asnd fifty-six, anid in the. 81st year of American.
W F. DI!RISOE, 0. E. D).
February, Il et5
. 'tate of Southi Carolina,
hv ViW. F. h)Iill180 E, Esqauiire, Ordhinary of Edige
tieht' I )jei t i.
I Till1lEAS, Chiarlesi M. Fr.:eman hiath applied
'V to me. for Lei ersof Admi~inistration on all and
singulaIr thre goods~r antd chtatlets, rightus and credits of
Rtbert P. llarriton late of the District aforesaid,
T1hese are, therefuore, to cite anti admonish all andI
s ingular, te kindredl and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to he and alipear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Cutrt for the saidl District, to he holtden at Edgefield
Court House, on the 23rd day otf February in-t., to
show cause, if any, why the said administration should
tot he granted.
Given undter my hand and seal, this ninth day of
February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hiundredi and fifty-seven and in the eighty-first year
Iof American Independence.
WV. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
February 10, 1557 2_______5
I i,. PEN N. Aytnt, hits just received a sup
e pA~tly tIPOT ASH, put up in tin cans, with
full direetionus for aking soft and hard soap.
Jan291 tf 2
, AMERICAN HOTEL)
19LENTRE STREET, WAMBURG, S. 0.2
0. P. f. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors
March 12, 1856. ly 9
T HE Subscriber having become sole proprietor
of this well-known Ho , resp y in
forms the.citizens of Edgefield and adjoing Dis
tricts, that he will now use his utmost endeavors to
give UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. He in
tends in a short time to make considerable ipsove
ments to the House and Stables, in order to accom
date all who may favor him with their patronage.
Illis TABLE henceforth shall be constantly sup
plied with the best that can be had, and served up
in astyle that must please. It will, in short, be his
sole purpose to feed the hungry and. satisfy the
cravings of the thirsty, and for this purpose ample
arrangements have been made.
tf Attentive Servants and good Ostlers will
ever be in attendance.
Thankful for the generous patronage he has re
ceived, he hopes by strict attention, to merit liberal
encouragement in the future.
B. J. RYAN.
Nov 26 tf 46
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
EXERCISES RESUMED ON MONDAY, FIFTH JANUARY.
A N EW SESSION will commence March 1st.
The present is however a good time to enter
pupils, as new classes will be formed and those
who commence arc charged but from the time of
entrance. There will be no other vacation until
August. CH AS. A. RAYMOND, ParN.
Jan 5 tf 52
BOOTS AND SHOES,
opposfe 3i~~eff1,80 i0R 1),
3roac1 it., As-a.usMta Gra.
MARKE ; ROYAL#
FSPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of
lEdgefield and the adjoining Districts that they
have just received their Fall and Winter Stock,
10,000 Pairs Men's Plantation BROGANS, assort
2,000 pairs Boys " ", ass. qualities
3,000 pairs Men's Kip " do.
.1,000 " " Calf Pegged " do.
500 " " Grained and Buff Brogans, as
3,000 pairs Women's Leather Bootees, pegged, as
600 pairs Women's low priced Sewed Bootees,
500 pairs lisses' fine Morocco Bootees, assorted
500 pairs Misses' fine Calf and Goat Pegged
iSnt'es, nssorted qualities;
500 pairs Boys' Kip Bro gn, assorted qualities
500 " " and You Calf-Brogans,assort
500 pairs Youth's Kip and grained Brogans, as
Gent's, Ladies, Misses, Youth's and Children's
lOOTS and SHOES, of ALL STYLES AND QUALI
TIES, received and for sale low by the dozen or
ease. CLARKE & ROYAL
Augusta, Sept 22 if 37
BY F. L. SMITH.
r31HE Subscriber having purchased Mr. Chas.
I McGregor's interest in the Carriage Estab
ishment at Edgefield C. H., heretofore known as
McGREGOR & SMITH'S, respectfully announces
his intention of carrying on the business on a more
extensive scale than formerly, and will strive to
please all who may favor him with their patronage.
He will continue to build
CAARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C.
Or the best material, and have them finished by *
skillful and experienced workmen.
Ie will give his undivided attention to the inter
est of his customers, and hopes to receive a liberal
shrre of public encouragement. He returns his
warmest thanks to the former friends of the Estab
lishmient and trusts that they will continue to give
him their support. F. L. SMITH.
Jan 21 tf 2
10Tu REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
MlixE C eEKs, Jan. 31, 1857.
O RD E RS, NO -
I N obedience to orders from Gen. J. R. WEvsa,
an Election will be held at Richardson's, on
Wednesday the 25th February, for MAJOR
GENERAL, First Division, S. C. M., to fill the
vacaney occasioned by the resignation of Major
Captains Peterson and Hare are hereby instruct
ed to act as Managers.
S. J. WATSON, Col.,
10th Reg't., S. C. M.
JAMEs VirE, Adj't. S
Feb 4 3
2D REGIMENT OF CAVALRY.
A N ELECTION will be held at Longmires on
Wednesday the 25th of February next, for
MlA JOR GEN ER AL, to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of' Major Genelral SAxUIr.
M!ANstEas.-Major S. S. Tompkins, Capt. J.
IBurris. By order or
Col. JOHN F. TALBERT,
Commanding 1st Brigade.
Lieut. Col. Juaes C. Maa-rrjx,
Commnanding 2d Regiment.
Jan 27 1857 4t 3
"rn REGIMENT S.C. M.,~
H AnDURO, Jan. 12, 1857.
IN Obedience to an order from Gen. WEvER, an
..Election will be held at the Old lls~ on Wd
nesday. the 25th February next, for MAJOR
GENERAL First Division, S. C. M., to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Major
Lieut. Col. Shaw and Maj. Loveless will act as
Managers. S. H ARRISON,
Col. 7th Regt., S. C. MI.
Jan 14 6~ft 1
ALL, Persons indebted to the estate of JTeso
i .Limbeeker. dee'd., are eaestly requeted to
manke innu-diate paymlent, and those having de
manids agamnst the said Estate, will present them
properly ateted. G. W. LANDRUM,
Aug 27 - tf 33
A LL. petrsonis having demands against Edmund
L.. WhatleyV, are requested to present them to
the unmderigned, and a~l persons in anywise indebt
ed to said lahammn.d L. Whatle~y, are requested to
tmake inmmediate pament to the undersignied.
W. W. AD)AMS, Assignee.
January 19 185~7 tf 2
Cloaks andi Talunas.
B IOOM & NORRELL have received a few
moehatndsome CLOAKS and TALMAS
smne extra rieb, which they wvill sell low.
.\ugusta, Ceorgia, D~ee 16 1856 if 49
Mlac kreI! Mlackrel!
TIlOSE wishing FINK. FISIT, inspected and
.3.packed where they arc enughtpf all sizes and
numblers. enll on 8. E. BOWERS, Agent.
llanmhurg, Jlan. 0th 1857, if 52
A LL. Persons indlebtedl o thme Estate of Nathan.
jel Corley, dled., are requested to settle the
same without delay, and those having demands
agaitnst, said Estate are hereby notified to render
them in propcrly attested, by the 5th day of May
next, otherwise their claims will positively be de
barr.B. CORLEY, Adnm'or.
ehO 3m .6
ALL Persons having elaims against the Estate
Aof Benj. Corley, dec'd., will render them in
without delay, and those indebted must make
payment forthwith. B. COELEY, Adm'r.
Feb 9 3m
I WILL not fill any order after,thia date, to Town
or Country, without the Cash enclosed, as I sell
Goods for a small profit, and Ilam notanithoized to
sell Goods on the shortest time.
8.- B. BOWRS, Agent,
Hu rgn Feb 10 18r7 .. at - r.