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\ .'. C: Jones,
Nc 238 Broad Str?.?t,
HAS just received, nn? oilers fur ?ale the fol
lowing, among other Goods :
PRINTS, of all the best Mills,
White and Red FLANNELS,
English and French CALICOS,
French MERINO, I
s Bleached SHEETINGS, 6-4, 9-4 and 1C-4.
Blcaebed SHIRTINGS, best makes,
Colored Figured ALPACAS,
Opera and Chock FLANNELS,
" BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Fxtra fine black DRESS SILKS,
' SILK POPLINS, Ac,
Augusta, Dec. ll, lm 50.
ALL styles and descriptions of OVBR COATS.
PANTS and YEjSTS, to correspond,
Men's half HOSE,
Mon's Felt and Wool HATS,
Gra/s Patent Paper COLLARS,
i, Morrison's White and Col'd Linen COL
Morrison's Twilled Cotton DRAWERS,
Moirison's Canton Flannel Drawers,
Just received and for sale by
W. C. JONES.
Augusta, Dec. ll, lm 50.
^BLANKETS of all sizes and quantities,
SHAWLS, large ard small,
Scotch Gingham uud Cotton UMBREL
Black and colorod Silk UMBRELLAS,
Black CLOTHS and DOE SKINS.
3-4 and C-4 colored CASSIMERES, -
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac, kc ,
Are odored at moderato prices by,
W. C. JONES.
Augusta^Dee. ll, lm 50.
NEW COMBS of all designs,
HAIR PINS, very stylish,
BELTS and Belt RIBBONS,
EUCKLES of Stocl, very new,
SLEEVE BUTTONS, for Ladies,
Brown Windsor SOAP,
Fancy Toilet SOAPS,
FEATHERS and FLOWERS,
TRIMMINGS, of all kinds,
VEIL BEREGES, aU color?,
Black Sewing SILK,
Black and White SPOOL COTTON,
Black and White FLAX THREAD,
Sewing Machiro THREAD and SILK,
Just op cs Iv. g and for sale at
IV. C. JONES.
Agusta,vDcc. li; lm 50.
SHERMAN, JESSUP & CO,,
? AND DEALERS IN
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS;
SHOE FINDINGS, LEATHER,
SADDLERY AND COACH HARDWARE AND
LEATHER A5D RUBBER MACJ?XE BELTLXC,
' STEAM PACKING,
AND Alf ASSORTMENT OF FINDINGS
For Cotton and Wool .Uuutuclurers,
No. 225, Broad Street,
Dec. ll, ?ru 50
ESTABLISHED I3ST 1844.
Gr. VOLGS fe-.CO.,
Importers and Manufacturers of,
CHEWING AND SMOKING.
SNUFF AND PIPES
Of all deseripticjia.
Ac, Ac., &c,
NOS. 19? Si 254 BROAD STREET,
Dec ll Ira 50
W. A. RAMSAY. B. F. HALL.
W. A. RAMSEY & Co
Ko. 303, Broad Strict,
AUG US TA, GEO R GI A.,
HAYE on hand and arc cmMuntlr receiving
EVERY ARTICLE in tao
Which will be sold at a SMALL ADVANCE ON
NEW YORK COST.
Thoso'in need of articles in our line would do
well to giro us a call before making purchases.
CONSIGNMENTS of COUNTRY PRODUCE
solicited, and returns promptly mads.
August?, Dec ll 3m 50
E. H: SUMMER,
McIntosh Street, one door North o? Broad,
WATCHES; CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES,
and JEWELRY of the best quality on
fl^.jft bind, and for ralo at tho lowest prices.
Jnrgensen Chronometers, Duplex, and all other
fine Watches, eirefttlly. ?paired, and warranted
for one yo*r.
Also, French and American Clock? carefully re
paired und warranted. .
JEWELRY made and rey aire??. PLtin RiagB
mad? to order. Diamonds and other fino Stones
set to ordeT.
All kinds' of HAIR BR AIDING done, and
mounted with gold.
jgp-All j?rk done at the a?o?test. notice
Augusta, Pw 10 la? nO
To OwiY?Fs ?"
JOHN K. GiL?AT & .CO.,
OBER, NANSON & CO,,
OBER, ATWATER & CO,
. NEW ORLEANS.
NANSON. OBER & CO,,
lj UUL.Il SSJ UUij
W. HENRY WARREN,
REPRESENTING tho above well known houses for thc State af Georgia, wc will
put in order ar.J ship Cotton from any section of the countiy, making liberal ad
vances and speedy returns. The reputation of those houses will insure the most
favorable negotiation of Exchange on New .York, Liverpool and London.
Bv our advertisement, it will be seen that we keep expressly for the trade, a
Largo Stock of GROCERIES, bf.all kind?, HATS, CLOTHING. BLANKETS,
LINENS, &e, &c., which we will sci! as cheap, and in many instances lower, than
can be bought in Louisville and Cincinnati.
AVe propose to Merchants holding Cotton to make them advances , in CASH or
GOODS, and sell or ship their Cotton to any of tho above points, thus giving them
the-advantage, of Augusta, New York or Liverpool markets.
An investigation of the above will prove that our facilities for doing business
with any scotion are the very best,'and the advantages we possess for making ad
vances in Goods or Cash are probably superior io any one in thc State.
We earnestly solicit a correspondence with Dealers and Shippers.
w. HENRY* WARREN,
175 & 177 Broad Street,
Augusta, Dec 11 + 3m50
.TUST RECEIVED BY
m?HENEY ? WARREN
An Immense Stock of Almost
Everything ta Supply the Wants of the Trade.
_ :?_ TflWn nnd Bovs. for Country and Citv
Front thc cheapest to thc best and
most fashionable styles.
Ul ANKrST^_' FrGm lIiC lowest Price Colored to fine
W*WIWfcl? . White Bed Blankets.
Handsome Carriage Rugs, Saddle
B Lankeys and Horse Co vers.
I_!?-M:P^?_ * Cheapest to thc finest Towels, Crash,
^J&MW Napkins, Table Clotlis, Handker
chiefs, Tape, Bordered, Hemstitched
iilt?EilES-A (rn'lcl?8t? r f ^1 ? ?d Fanci\'
?SBJ Groceries, a list of winch we .will
publish in a few days. "We have a
most complete assortment of SE
GAR.S, from a good American, at
$30; to the finest Genuine Havana,
WINES, by the Case or Barrel.
We earnest!}' ask an examination of our Stock, and a com
parison of prices with any other market. Our object is-to secure
to this market a trade that will Le substantial ; and fo be so, .we
will give the trade generally every assurance that it.will bc to their
interest to buy of us.
We make Advances, in Goods or Cash, on Cotton to New
York, or any other market.
Large Storage Accommodations,
175 & 17 8 BROAD STREET*
Augusta, Dec ll . ,*im50
)\E SECOND HAND BUGGY and HAR.
NESS. I. ROOT.
Dec 12 2t ' 50
THE A II IM ON REZON bolonging to the Se
nior Warden's ?land ol' Caldwell Lodge, No.
82, A. P. M , has been misplaced. Any informa
tion respecting said book will bo thankfully ro
eeivetl. C. RICHTER, Tyler.
Longmirc's Sion-, Dec 12 JtiO
Young Ladies' Institute.
MADAME SOPHIA SOSNOWSKI
will rc-o].or. hir INSTITUTE POR YOUNG
LADIES, at Columbia, S. C.; on tho 1st Jauuary,
1860. A full C' rps of ablo Instructors has bceu
r'or terms and furthor particular?, npply oither
to Columbia directly, or to Maj. J. E. BACON, ut
EdgcCeld C. H.
Columbia, Dec-1 t)t 40
rFIE EXERCISES of this Institution will ba
resumed ou thc 15th of February noxt..
For Circular giving further information, appli
ition may be rftift?o Co
PROK. JNO. F. LAN NEAT',
Secretary of Faculty.
Nov. U. Kt ' ll
FOUR HOUSE WAGON and ono
light TWO HORSE WAGON,-both
hun axles. Also, one Set of DuUliLE HAR
NESS. ' J. B. Sl'LLiYAN.
De? 13 ' If 50
HW. ADDISON,'ATTORNEY at LAW
. and SOLICITOR IN EQUITY fur Edge
liolil and adjacent District?.
Edgcfield, S. C., Dec 10 3m50
JL. ADDISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
. and SOLICITOR IN EQUITY will prac
tico in tho Courts of South Carolina.
Has removed to thc Office formerly occupied hy
Messrs. Adams, Youngbjood & Hughes, Luw
Range. ; , .
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Dec 12 2m50
THE Partnership for thc PRACTICE of LAW
and EQUITY between Messrs. GARY k
DOZIER, is this day dissolved hy. mutual con
sent. The unfinished busLnoss of the firm will
be leff with M. W. GAUT, Esq.,-who will continuo
tho practice. . M. W, GARY,
.IAS. A. DOZIER.
Dec 5 ' s 31 40
M. W. GARY,
A it or HOV at Law & Solicitor in Equity
Rusuiooi tho practico of bis Profession at his
former Office. "
Edgoficld?. ll., Declst, 1SG? Sm-til
Leather ! Leather !
2/"\Arh POUNDS SOLE LEATHER at 50
Ccnt3 per wm nd. *
Ali", a larg* lot of UPPER LEATHER, KIP
SKINS, and HARNESS LEATHER.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Nov M tl? 45
To the Ladies of Edgefteld
MRS. D, ?XMX0R,
262 Broad Street,
(Next door to Gray, Mullarky k Co's.,)
ATJGTJ8TA , Gc?3-.,
INFORMS the Ladies of Edgcfleld that her
up ii FM m
Is now complete,. embracing a choice selection
and tho laiestand -most fashionable style? of every
description of Goods kept In her line of business.
Sho would call especial attention to her- beautiful
WORSTEDS AND .DRESS GOODS.
VELVET AND STRAW BONNETS /
. BEAVER, FELT, LEGHORN
AND ROUND STRAW "HATS.
j?3*0rders filloi with neatno.?s and dispatch.
Augusta, Doc ll 1m ?0
C, V, WALKER & GO,,
271 BROAD STREET,
HAS IN STORE A SPLENDID STOCK 0
Brandy, Gin, Wines, &c,
Of thc best quality, in Barrels and'Cases,
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE VARIETY OF
pS"An examination of our Stock is solicited.
Auguiin, Dec ll bu 50
MOISE KEEPERS, ATTENTION !
D. L. FULLERTON,
ATHIS SALES -ROOM, j|
Cor. Broad and Washington Streots,
Respectfully invites your attention to hi*!
splendid assortment of
HANGES AND HEATING STOVES.
* Ai60, all kinds of
Cooking Utensils, !
And a General Assortment of ;
TIN WARE, BAKE O VEN S
Skillets and Odd Kids,
Always on hand.
.JIN WARE mado to order, and R?-:
PAIRING done on short notiee.
Augusta, Dec 5 3ml9
E. B. LONG & CO.,
2S6 Broad Street,
Wholesale au'd Retail Dealers in
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
Huts, Bonnets, Caps', &c.;
Shoes, Boots, Slippers, Ac.; - .
Jteaily-Aludc Clothing ;
Table Cutlery, Spoons, &c.;
Sugar, Cottee, Ten;
Carpeting, Hugs and Hints ;
Trunks, Valises, dre.;
Notions, consisting ol Huttons, Pius,
Catawba and Jsabejla Wines;
Sparkling Champagne ;
Catawba l?rnndy, &c.
Any, or all of which, they pledge Ihorasolvos to
sell us low, if not lower, than current prices in
the City. . - . . <.
They respectfully invito the calls of buyers from
the country, to whom they will bo rIcai>ad to sell
in any quantity desired : and will take pleasure
in chowing the largest and best asserted Stock in
Augusts, consisting of almoit everything that
may be needed.
Call at LONG & CO'S?,
No. 286 Broad Street.
August,?, Nov 27 -? ' Ct - - ' 48
State of South Carolina.
BY AV. F. DUKISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Mary E. Bird has npplicd to mo j
for Letters of AdniiiiiHratiba, on all and singclnr
the good s and chattels, rights and credits of
Duniel Bird late of tho District aforesaid, dee'd.
These arc, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of tho
said decu:isud, to be and appear before me, at our 1
next Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to ho
holden at Edgeficld Court House, on the 21st day
of December inst., to show cause, if any, why tho
said administration should not bo granted.
Given under my bund and seal, this Nth dty
of December in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-fiFC, and in the 00th
year of tho Independence of United States of |
W. F. DTJRISOE, ?.E.D.
Doc. ll, 2t 50
TnE publication of this WEEKLY RELIGI
OUS 1'APER will be resumed in JANUARY
NEXT. Tho names of f-nbscriburs may be, sent
to iho proprietor, at Columbia, S. C. Payment
will nut be required until after tho Issue of the
first number. G. T. MASON. -
Nov. 15, 5t 40
Bindings, Thread, &cr
JUST received an assortment of Goods' for La
dies' uso. consisting in part of
BIND.NOS for Dresses;
White and Black 1 APE ;
Black Silk and Flax THREAD j
t Superior Spool.TIIREAD.:
BUTTONS. NEEDLES and PINS ;
TOILET EXTRACTS, Ac, kc.
? .8. II; MANGET.'
Nor J tf 45
Segars, Tobacco, Snuff.
!N Sioro-a splendid supply of
HAVANA SEGARS ;
Anderson's Fine" Cut Chewing TOBACCO;' ?
" " " Honer Dow,
HODGES k JENNINGS.
Nov 7 lt 45
Axes and Nails.
N hand Two Doxori Superior AXES. '-Also
Fivo Kegs C and 8 Penny NAILS.
J: R: CARWILE k co.
Nov 3_2t '_45
Crockery and Tin Ware.
IN Store and for sale obeftp, a firrt rate supply
of CROCKERY and TIN WARE. Call ?ind
and examine it. J. B. CARWILE A CO.
Nor 7 2t 45
The Extensive & Liberal
133 Meeting Stre?t, J!
CHARLESTON, 8. C , ,. .
KOW CALLS THE ATTENTION OP -MER
To tho following extensive Stock which cannot
bo surpassed by.any other House South, of
. . Mason A; Dixon's line.- '.
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS
MENS',BOYSA?D YOUTHS' PUR AND WOOL
HATS, OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. ?
Of the r,r.-it qualities and well adapted for tho
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Trunks, Talises, Carpet Bags,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Similar consignments weekly and aemi-woekly.
Country Merchanta will do well to call and ex
amino my Stock bofore purchasing elsewhere.
AGENT for Manufacturera-.
Charleston, Nov.25 lm A 48 .
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
124. Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
"Wholesale Deal?rs in
FANCY trOODS AftD CLOTiliNS,
ARE now receiving a LARGE ASSORTMENT
of Staple and- Fancy Dry Goods,
purchased during recent decline, and offer them at
Greatly Reduced Prices !.
Shall have a complete Stock of CLOTHING
Manufactured for the Spring Trade.
%Sr The attention of Merchants solicited.
Dec 4_1m _; 40. ,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, .
COLOMBIA, Dec. 1,1855.
By his Excellency, BENJAMIN E. PERRY,
Provisional Governor in and over thc State of
WHEREAS, in pursuance of joint resolutions
of the General Assembly of this State,
an election has buen held, and tho votes ns cast
by the people of this S tato for four members of
; the House of Representatives of the Thirty-ninth
Congross of tho United States, hare been counted
by commissioners appointed for that purpose,
and it appears that JOHN D. KENNEDY, having
received a majority of votes, has been duly elected
to represent tho First Congressional District, com
post J of the Judicial Districts < f Lanoastor, Ches
terfield, Marlborough, Darlington, Marion, Hur
ry, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Sumter, Claren
don and Kershaw; that WILLIAM AIKEN, bar
ing received a majority of votes, baa - been duly
e'octed to represent the Second Congressional
District, composed of tho Judicial Districts of
Charleston, Collcton, Beaufort and Barnwell ; that
SAMUEL MCGOWAN, bavin.,' received a major
ity of rotes, Has beon duly elected to represent the
Third Congressional District, composed of the
Judicial Districts of Orangeburg, Edgefield, Ab.
bcville, Lexington, Newberry, Richland and
Fairfiuld ; and that JAMES FARROW, having
received a majority of votes, bas been duly elec
ted to represent tho Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, composed of tho Judicial Districts of Ander
son, Picken?, (J roen ville, Laurens, Sparenburg,
Union, York and Chester:
Now, tboroforc, I, BENJAMIN F. PERRY,
Provisional Governor in and over tho State afore
said, do isiuo iHij my proclam?t ion, notifying and
declaring, according to the provisions of the sxid
joint resolutions, that John D. Konnedy, William
Aiken, Samuel McGowan and J an. ci Farrow had
a majority of tho votes cast in thoir respective
Congressional Districts, and arc, therefore, duly
elected Representatives in tho Congress of the
Given under my hand and the seal of the State,
at Columbia, thia first day of December,
in thc year of our Lord one thousand oigbt
[i.s.] hundred and sixty-five, and in the nine
tieth year oj' tho independence of the United
States of Amorica.
B. F. PERRY.
WILLUM R. HUMTT, Secretary of State, S; C.
Nov. 5, St 4?.
KAA POUNDS Choice BUCKWHEAT; .
OUV 1 Gross PEGGING AWLS;
1 Busbol SHOE PEGS; . .
- 1 Doz. WAFFLE and WAFER IRONS ;
1 Dot. Brass Bound PAILS;
1 Dot. HEELERS ;
H Doz. Cocoa Nut DIPPER?, Ac, Ac.
'Wo can afford to sell tho above articles OJ cheap
aa they can bo had in Augu?ta.
J. U. CAR WI LE A CO.
Nor2S tf 48
FROM Dennis Carpenter's Stables, on tho night
of the 15fh of Oct., oji? BAY HORSE MULE,
five years old, mane and tail shaved, alto marks
of gear,-So other marks remembered.. Any In
formation concerning, the said mu To will bo thank
fully received. If delivered to me' at Edgofiold
C. H. a liberal reward will bo paid.
Nov. 15,_.tf . -, 46
ALL Persons having demands against "the Es
tate of tho late Thomas G: Lamar, dee'd.,
?re notified tb render them-<n'to me, properly at?
tested, on or bofore the ist day of February liexL
B. S. DUNBAR, Ad'or.
Dec 5 .2m : 49
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM my residence near Aiken, on tbo night
of Nov. 20tb, 'TWO MULKS,-ono a large
dark bay horse MULE, about 16J hands- high,
and about 7 years old,- the other is a atout*built
mare MULE, of .very dark brownish color, about
T ymara old-marks of goar on both.
. On delivery of either or both of the above mules
at my mill scat near Aiken, or nt my Saluda
Plantation in No wherry District, a liberal reward
will bepaid. if. G. CROFT.
,, Dee 5 - 2t* . 49
Just Received, .
AGOOD supply of POWDER) CAPS,, Back,
Squirrel and Bird SHOT..
Also/ a lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING
-suitable for servants, which I will sell at vory
S. IL HANGET.'.
Deo 5 . ' tf 49
WANTED FIFTY Bushels DRIED FRUIT,'
for which the highest market price will be.
Wo will pay tie highest prices for BUTTER,
EGGS, Ao. J. R. CAR WILE A CO. .
' Dec 6 tf 19
FOR SALE OR KENT.
H^ Subscriber d?sires to SELL, Qr.EENT'.
his'woll-known an J cxcutlunt
? COTTON PLANTATION*';
Containing 1675; Acres, lying on Horn's Creek,
tra the Martin Town Hoad, 18 miles ?rom Han*
burg. Almut 400 A?r'w of "this tract ia iii culti
v?t io ?, and is admirably adapted to tue cuitare
uf Cotton. I ba vo y oar after year made 100 balts '
of Cotton, on thia place, together with a picul j
of provision., ic., with about 1 j good hoads. .
Ojt the promise? 1a a' comfortable Dirri ling; Ctn '
House'ana Sure*-;and all -nooesmry outbuilding*.
For farther particulars, apply, to the Subscriber . ,
bb tho.place. J; C; PORTER. ? J
. i>?c5 ? ... --.-at*.-. / 4?, 7 %
IWILL RENT, to an approved Tenant, :*njr. '"? " ..
PLANTATION. lying on Steven-.' Creek) anti.; 7 -
800 Acres of Laud.
A considerable portion . of tho" cleared upland is '
fresh, and under a good fence. On ibo premises
are a good Dwelling und out-houses, and .plenty
of good water. . ;
The abovo Plantation.U within two miles of
Woodlawn P. O., and in a neighborhood unsur
poisedfor morality. Apply.?? . - : . .
Mus. M. A. KEY.
Dec ,6 ".' ' il* 49
To Rent or Sell,
Ki S : i
jj 2 iliff
mgm ENTIRE PLANTATION- en Turkey'.
1TJ[ Creek, situate, two miles from, my r?sidence,
, ABOUT 1500 ACRES.
Fire hundred acres in good condition-'for a crop '.
of Grain or Cotton. All necessary buildings on tho
place-sufficient to employ a largo force. Apply
soon. DANIEL HOLLAND. .
Nor21_ . ; ;.^t ". ; ; . Ys.. .
Public S?l^ ;: ;
AS I have disposed of my Plantation, " Mt. .. ,
. Vintage," I will sbll'nt PTJTBLI?'OUTCRT,
on THURSDAY, Docember-?4tb, 1M5, ? 19 "
o'clock, A. M., all my perishable property, con
sisting of ?.-??*
, HORSES, MULES,. WAGONS,- *4 ;
COWS, HOGS, .
CORN, FODDER, PEAS, P0TAT0?8,
HOUSEHOLD ANDZITCHEN F?RNII?R?
; OfcZ LARGE SYRUP tUJlLER,* ' ' ' " '7 : '
ONE FAMILY CARRIAGE AND HARNESS)
(Nearly now and in splendid ord*tr,\
ONE VERY FINK ROAD WAGON',, *
"(New, Rambo's make,) ' H
ONE FINE-TONED PIANO,
BLACKSMITH TOOLS, "
And ir fact everytbicg on tho plantation. \
? F. O'CONNOR. *
Nov 28 ? ". ? St.- ?. 48' .
FtJBiLic SALE; : ..'
SEVEN TRACTS OF RICK LAND*
Beach Island, S. 0.
THE Subscriber will offer for tale at th* MAR
KET HOUSE in Augusta, on TUESDAY,
tho 26th December,
SEVEN TRACTS OF LAND, 1
On Savannah River, fijo and nine miles below
Sand Bar Ferry.:'
TboTWO UPPER TRACTS contain each 350 :
acres of Fine Cotton and Sm ill Grain Lands ; sold,
The FIVE LOWER TRACTS will also be sold
Thc let, called HUNGRY SWAMP, containa
302 acros, mero or less.
, Tho 2nd, called FITZ'S CUT, contains 300
acres, more or lesa.
Tho 3rd, collod HANKINSON PLACE, eon tais
141 acres, more or loss.
' TheMtb, called CATLIN PLACE, contains 110
acres, moro or les?. . .
Tho otb, called HATFIELD PLACE, contains
97 acros, more or less.
Tboso Lands aro celebrated for their fertility,
and Ho together, and are more than half cleared.
TERMS CASH IN GOLD.
Should these Lands, or any part of them, not.
he sold, they will bo rented for nextyearin tracie
on that day.
V i R. BRADFORD, M.1 D.
Dec. 6 St 49 .
IN pursuance of an order from W. F. Durisoe, *
E.-q.,-Ordinary for EdgeDtld District, I shall I
proceed topsoil on WEDNESDAY, tho I$th day
.if Deo-mber next, at the late residence of SAM
UEL BLACKWELL, dee'd., all the personal ''
property of said decoased, consisting of > ' '
24 Bales Cotton,
CORN, FODDER, COTTON SEED,
FAT AND STOCK HOGS, - :I
CATTLE-AND SHEEP, ?**n
ONE .YOKE OF OXEN/1 ?
- HORSES AND MULES,"'- ' .
ONE^UGGY -AND HARNESS, '
ONE WAGGON, -
BLACKSMITH TOOLS, - ;.: . r .V. /
HOUSEHOLD AND KTTCHBN FUBN?TDRB,- - -i
ic, Ac, Ae.', .- ? '
Terms of Sale,-Cash, in Specie. &tQ j-:y?
JOHN W. TOMPKINS, Adm'r.
Nov. 25, 3t " 'AS.'
Administrator 's Sale. .
Y Virtue of an Order from W. D. Durisoe, :
_i-Esq.; Ordinary f?rBdge?eM Dutrict, I will : ??in
sell at tho lat? residence of -JOHN P. ABNEY,,
doe'd., on THURSDAY, the 21st day ..of Decem
ber next, all the personal property, 'of enid dsj-" ' '
tfeasod,' consisting of - - ?. . .. .
! Seven Horses and diales? . %??
STOCK OF CATTLE AND HOGS*;. . ., j
CORN, FODDER, OATS 'AN D WHEAT, J',' ,.
PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS, .V
, . "" nine Rales Cotton, \
Household and Kitchen F?sn?tnr?,
CARRIAGE.'AND BUGGY ?ND HARNESS,
Blacksmith^ Tools, V .
GIN HEAD, THRASHER AND ftSg '
j . And alargo lot of '.
' Medicines and Medical Bookg. :'
"The aboveproperty will be so^ for'Ca?^ V ' "
sp?cfo Or its equivalent ' ''" . ~ '."*** ' *''' .'"
EUSTATIA-C; : ABNEY,' Ad'ix. ' . XJ i
Deo 5 .- ... . . 2l? ... . tj ? 4V .-. J
BY virtue of an Order from VY. F.. Dari j oe, Qr*,
flitary, I wilisetljit ike Sw?mp Plantation .. . .
of tn? lat? Col. THOS. LAMAR, doe'd*," on . .
WEDNE8DAY, Oi? l?fth cf Decombor-ne-it;' thia ".'
personal estate of said deceaeed, coneistiiig of L- ? . I V,
v ; Cotay TosJsterf^j'?.7 hf-.)J ..
' ''- 'Mule*, Horses,.Cattle. Hogs,
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WAGONS, CARTS, L - . -.
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Terms.Caan, in Spoeio or ita equivalent : '
;B. S. DUN?AR, Adm'or. ' ?
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- To foe Public.
aP. McB-WENy InrVlrfg recelTedVUOM^ . - :-5
PLETE.-ASSD?MBNT '0? ?HHI..,j
MATERIALS?.would respectfully-, inform, hi? . i,-^)
friends and the public gene-ally that he. is'now
prepared to wfliitev wftn' dfapkt?_by ill work X '.8
in uio ' : -.' . riwftjtWI tr^^ ?.?
Watch Repairing Department;
.?gTAU work c1one*Djr Wm wHl tie wirra??t?i.' . . <: *-*
All styieVof BTArR-WOBK ?ndSOIiH^???? "S^ ?-?
JEWELRY madfrto'ordtr. . -' -:? V? ea <*sttn?%? .>
..-ffiRMS CASH, lio wpA.wiU. he jdlo,wed to^J3irt
Teav, the Shop .until pald fon . ^ . . ^
>v~ A Bargaiu!
F?WR ?odD''M?iiE8-4uia ' ?-tr good-' te
ROAD' WAGON fhr^alolow. Awbtoitivti d?rt^