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JAMES T. BACON, EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, DEC.IO, -18G?.
The Supper and Fair.
Everybody knows by this timo of the splendid
Supper and beautiful Fuir which are to take place
in our village to night-Wednesday 10th. "Thc
occasion, in ali its ins and out/, will be nord
and delightful. Come, ono and all, by ones, by
twos, by threes, by troops, by caravans. Come,
wi'h kindly ?md charitable hearts, with empty
.and craving stomachs, .and, last but far frcm
least, with full au.i generous pursos.
Forty-Four Disabled Soldiers iii
AVo had thought there wero many more. The
Tax Collectors of many of the Districts of the
State have, in compliance wiih tho resolution of
the Legislature, made returns of the permanently
disabled soldiers in their respecive Districts'.
From tb ?se returns wo learn that Edgefield has
Forty } ?or. But wheref.-re the information ha
buen elioited, or a h ? t is to be done for these brave
and unfortunate suldierstvwe have not /et learnt
Rare and Beautiful Books for Christ
God grant somebody would gi rc J? ono! Among
the articles, as Chi ?atinas presents, dedicated by
immemorial usage to the purpose of expressing
affection, awakening interest, or evincing grati
tude, Book* have always held a prominent place.
The 1.arh.it ie glitur of gold and silver and gemt
may exerci.se a superior fascination for unculti
vated minds, but a book is a thing apart-fash
ioned for diviner IMBI-tho medium for a mon
sympathetic communion between the giver anc
the receiver : in a word, not a dead creature, bu'
a thing of life, thar often conveys, more expr?s,
sively than his faltering accents, the cherishet
purposes of thc donor, " what most he withes
yet fears, to say"
In the vast supplies of illustrate! and embel
lUhgd literature, tricked out io holiday garb, no?
exhibited at the famous " Holmes Book House'
iu Charleston, every taste may be gratified, am
every shade of feeling expressed, by these wh
would nicely graduate their gif'S. We call par
titular attention to the new list of the " Holme
Book House" iu another column.
Within the wo-tk last past, the l>ng moote
matter of negro suffrage in the Dist'ictof Coluui
bia btis been definitely settled. No one knowin
the tone of the present Congress will ask how i
bai been settled. Of course in favor o' tho black:
Every mile negro of twenty-one in tho Distrii
of Columbia bas now ihe right to vote aloiigsid
tho white man-and with no qualifications execr.
sqch as are applied to white men. That thin i
?.'the beginning of tba en 1" is a fact which stare
us too fully in the face to ba ignored. It ?shard t
say which party is most jubilant over this deice
tuhle triumph, the negroes tliemselru.. ur tho Rani
cals. We hope that thc latter will no* take :h
former to their arms as brothers, give them tbei
daughter* to wife, seat them at their tables a
eqcsls. and divide tli?-ir fortui os with them. Nt
wo do not hope this either; no decent, christi*)
mia. who respects tho purity of the Caucasia:
blood, should utter such a hope.
As for the re.->t of tho Congressional proceid
in^s, they ara of a. piece with the above. Wa
a;ainst thc President and against the South, i h
pressure fur the removal of all appointing au<
p irdocing power from the hands of Mr. JOHNS >
ail for the reduction of the Southern States t
Territories, continues hot and heavy.. Hny I?;
diy the Radicals grow more bold and lawless. 1:
th immediate future we can see no good days fo
Due West Female College.
This institution is too well and too f.ivorsbl
known to our citizens to need atty special com
niendat'ton from us. Therefore, we but point, t
day, to the notie#, elsewhere in ibis paper, t
Rev. J. r. BOSSER, ?ts President.
To Saw-Mill People and Grist-Xill
And people who want Steam Engir?a?, or Boil
ors, or Horse Powers, or Sashes, or Doors, c
Blinds, or Poles and Shafts far Carriages an
Buggies, or any kind of Carriage Material, .
Lumber of any description, White Pine, Spruci
Oxk, Waluut, Celar, Mahogany Ac, Ac. R a
the advertisement in another column of WM. CA
PERS TILTON, General Commission Morchan
South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston. He announct
that he is ready to supply a:l wants in his lim
and to attend to all business c iintnittcd to h
charge. All matters encrusted to him will rocen
his most faithful personal attention.
ESr" The Post Offico Department is said to b
preparing to extend the mari tervice over the ol
established routes in the Southern States, and
is said that the work will go on as rapidly as eil
constances will permit.
??Jr* Mrs. Sarah Calhoun, convicted of iufat
ticido and sentenced to be hung therefor, has hn
sr.M punish mer. : commuted by Governor Orr I
imprisonment In the penitentiary during thc teri
of 1er natural life.-Pickens Courier.
Forty men and women wcro recentl
slaughtered in OHO of tho provinces on the con:
of ?Yest Africa, as i sactifi^o on account of tb
death of thc ruler of thc jrovince.
Sherman, Jessup <fc Co.
By a look at our advertising columns, it wi
bc seen that thom enterprising Merchants, SIIBI
MAX, JE3SIT k Co-., at their famous cstablisl
ment, No. 225 Broad Street, Augusta, are sti
prominent in their efforts to serve the publi
Their articles, consisting of everything that cn
possibly pertaiu to a grand Leather and Saddler
Establishment, have long been notorious for the
excellence, style, durability and cheapness ; an
there is every indication of their retaining tb
high reputation for many a day to come.
Thauks for Public Documents.
Wc herewith return our best thanks to Col. I
M. TALBERT and Capt. Tnos. .loxES, Represor
tatives from our Dist-ict, for maoy valuable an
interesting Legislative Documents. Among thes
W<J fiad tho report of Dr. J. W. PARKER, Supei
intendent of tho Lunatic Asylum, and from it w
learn that tho whole number of patients in the
institution is 143; 56 of whom are pay and S
pauper patients ; and that in the latter classai
included nine negroes. Suitable arrangement
have been mado for tho reception of Frocdmcr
0? tho pay class it is thought that ten must soo
be transferred to tko pauper list. 'J he sum c
SI r,000 is due the Asylum from the State, Dia
tri?ts, and pay patients; the collection of whir
settms to bc regarded as almost hopeless. Th
present necessities of the institution require ai
apsropriation of $12,000.
Cocked and Primed for Christians.
Who ? CHEATDAM k Bno., and MASOET k HAR
Rnox. Wo do not mean cocked and primed fo
their own individual enjoyment, (though it mus
be allowed they aro all gay follows ;) but for ca
tiering to the comfort and enjoyment of tbei
friends and patrons. Road their Christmas list;
over (hero on the right.
The Son of the Woman.
Ei erybody remembers tho wretched Mr?. Sur
ratt, if ho was so ignominiously hanged, and it it
universally believed, unjustly, for complicity in
the Lincoln assassination si heme. And her wjak
minded son, a young man of twenty one or tw,
who siicrot-dtd in making his escupe to Europe.
The Government. h?s been hot upon his track sver
sine md its emissaries h -ve at length arrested
bim at Altxandria in Ep-ypt. He is now being
brought to this country in a government stomer.
His trial io Washiagton will be tho occasion vf
vast excitement. The Radical papers of the North
aro reveling most indecently jn the hope that he
will reveal somothing implicating Mr. Davis ia
the plot. Well informed and dispassionate per
sons -ire of the opinion that ho know bit little of
isi? ?ot, haring been bat a tool or metiengar of
Progress of Legislation in Colombia.
Wu again point to tho letter of Capt. TONES for
tho latcst.and most reliable information from Co
lumbia. Th? Legislature at its present session
hos done but little ; it is maaifest too tl,at it will
do but little. And.in the face.of all tl.? vindic
tive proceedings of the Federal Congress, and
the probability of thc Southern States being ro
duced to tho condition of Territories, itinperbaps
just os well that it-should do nothing al all.
Thc great question of relief for the pecuniary
distress o:* our poople hus not yet boon touched.
And what indeed could tho members of tho Leg
islature d) in this behalf? They susp?nded the
operations of tho Courts, and that was tho extent
Of their jurisdiction. If anything further is to
be done in the premisos, a Convontion must do it.
Wo see but little prospect of a Conven'ton being
called by the present Legislature.
Up to Saturday last, no action had been token
upon the Constitutional Amendment
Tho important Bill for tho encouragement of
European Immigration, introduced h.st winter,
by Gani. WAGESER, a distinguished German citi
zen of Cbnrlcston, has passed the House by a
large maj >rity. It culls for an appropriation of
tan thousand dollars for the purpose of encour
aging, promoting and protecting European Immi
gration to South Carolina, and arranges for the
appointment of a Commissioner of Immigration
to resido in Charleston, and perform sich duties
as will carry into successful operation the very
wise purposes of the Bill. Whether t ie Senate
will pass this Bill seems to bo very unce -tain. Wo
earnestly hope it will.
Wo presume, from remarks made in Capt.
JONES'S letter that tho State taxes on cotton and
on dogs havj been, or will be*, abrogated.
Our distinguished townsman, Ex-Gov. BONHAM,
h IS introduced a resolution, and it bas been
adopted, that it is inexpedient to mal o any ap
propriations at this session of the Legislature,
that are not indispensably necessary foi- tho sup
port of tho State Government. This is wise and
far-seeingr If the State furnishes com to her
destitute, and appropriates for this purpose tho
.?um proposed, tho State expenses will be increased
$300 OOO, and-the taxation rendered much heavier,
Hence tho great necessity for economy.
In 1S02, Congress dunatod to each State of the
Union certain public lands for the establishment,
in each ?aid State of an Agricultural and Mcchan
i -al College. At tho extra session, tw > or three
months back, our Legislature formally accepted
siid donation. It is thought that the fund to bc
realizrd by tho sale of these lands will oxceed one
hundred and ?fty thousand dollars. Tbc discus
sion upon this matter, spoken of in Capt. JOSES'?
lotter, bas ended in the appointment of a Special
''ommission to inquire and r?port to tho Legisla
ture, at its next rogular session, what disposition
.f the said fund, apart from the letter of '.ho Ad
donating the lauds, tho Stite will be n lowed tc
The .Cominilteo on Federal Relations has re
c ..nimrod-el tit- passage of tho following res,' lu
lion, as a Substitut? for the eloquent aid beauti
ful resolution of Mr. WA RUST, on thu lame sub
j set, punished in ?-ur paper two wet-ks ago.
Jttftlotd, That tho State of South Carolini
oai nosily appeals to the sonso of justino of th?
Government of thc United Stu'es to giant Jicr
PERSON DAVIS a speedy trial, or to permit hil
relea-c upon bail or parole.
Senator MA.MNI.NG of Clarendon, whoso torn:
would h .ve expired in Maich next, and who waj
b:a'.en for the ensuing term by Mr. CAMPBBLL O?
i/Barbeirton, has rosigueJ. An election lo fill thc
vacancy occasioned by this resi?natiou, has beoi
ordered for I? d y-Tuesday ISth. Tho Senatoi
-empty title!-from this time until March 1S67:
will be, it is said, Hon. WM S. MI LLINS o;' Mario.x
The Southern Cultivator.
We have received tho December numb sr of thu
r.i'u.iblo agricultural publication. The issuo be
fore us contain? f- rty-eigbt pages, embracing tb?
following interesting articles: Farm Work foi
December; Agricultural Implements and Ma
chinery; N\w Process for Dissolving Bones
Chinese Te.?, in North Carolina; Rico Cuitare
Possible Number of lbs. of Cotton to the Acre
The Dawn of Day In Southern Agriculture; Nc
Pruitt io Cultivating Poor Land; Guano; Pas
turcs and Forage Crops; Manures; Econ?mica
Furming; Sea Island Cotton; Garde ling vs,
Farming; Tho Garden; Culturo of Vegetables
Mexican Pea; The Flower Gardon ; Tho Orchard
How to PUnt a Tree; Grapes; Briuly Plows
Guinea Fowls; Food for Chickens ; Curing Meat
How to Cook and make Saus-tg-s, The Deac
Wife's Portrait (Poetry;) Mrs. Buckner; Willy'/
Journey to Heaven; besides Editorials, <fc!., <k<*.
Tho 25th Volume commences Januarr, 1S67
Now is thc time to subscribe.
Call on D. R. Durisoc, nt the Adurtinr Office
and subscribe, or address Wm. N. White, Athens
Ga. $2 00 per annum.
Christmas is Coming.
Next week, in order to give the Advert Uti
Corps an opportunity to participate in th?' feativi
ties of Christmas, we will issue the AdtertUtr ox
Monday, instead of Titc?day afternoon. Thosi
wishing advertisement* inserted will pienso taki
notice, and hand in their favors on Saturday, o
very carly on Monday morning.
(?et a Duffie A- Chapman Almanac
From Messrs. Demi: <fc CHAPMAN, the ener
-.otie Book-sellers and Stationers of our siste
town of Newberry, wo have recoived tho Almanac
trust-worthy in calculation and con, .nient ii
rorm, lately published by them. They have ou
thanks. A few of theso valuable Almanacs ar
for sale at the Adeeitiser Office.
Another Finger In the Almanac Pie
The finger of Messrs. MOOD & BIRD, tho. ne
complished proprietors of tho " Weekly Jieeord,'
Charleston, S. C. Their Almanac is printed b
JOSEPH WALKER, Esq, whoso very name ic :
guarantee of elegant work. Tho prottily dorign
cd pictures which illustrate each month aro wort]
twice the prico of tho wholo book. It is really ai
cgont Almanac ; and is already provided with i
loop for hanging up.
-? ? ?
Thc National Jlcpitblican, tho Pre'sidont'i
or^an, in its issue of Monday, reminds thc radi
cals that, oven if they reduco tho Southern Statoi
to Territories, those States will still be entitlec
to voto ia tho Presidential election.
The coininittc; on rooonstruction havo be
foro them a bill providing that Chief Justici
Chase shall appoint for each of tho SoutLerr
States a Provisional Governor, and all other ter
torial machinery, and prescribing regulationi
for holding conv;ntions for tho adoption of con
stitutions, securing to all men their rights, irre
spoctivo of color.
fiSf Tho Confodt infos in Mexico seem tobe
having a pleasant time. Gen. Sholby is running
a wagon train, which pays him well ; Gen. Hind
man is practicing law ; and Judge Oldham ii
keeping a photographic gallery and writing a
pSBr The Charlottesville Chronicle says that in
the Soldiers' Cemetery, noar tho University, tb?
several Southern States aro represented as fol
lows : Virginia, 332; Georgia, 249; South Caro
lina, 231 ; Alabamn, 94 : Louisiana, 87; Missis
sippi, 73; F.orida, 13; Texas, ll ; -Tennessee,
10; Maryland, G ; Federals, 10.
?Sy Judgo Bustood, of tho United States Dis
trict Court in Alabama, has decided payments
made in Conffdorate currency, null and void.
ggf At the rcconf meeting of tho Board of
trustees of tho South Carolina University, Mr.
Sachtleben was elected to fill tho now Professor
ship of Modern Languages and Literature.
.?.-??T A bill has boon under consideration in tho
Georgia Legislatnro, looking to tho establishment
of common schools for white* and blacks through
out the State, and will probably be passed.
"QT Tho Supremo Court for tho Second Judi
cial District of New Hampshire met on the 4th
instant, and held a session of tieo days. During
that period they granted forty divorces.
83^* Fivo negroes, conOned in jail noar Rich- j
mond, for some petty offence, rather than be kept
ia irons, bogged th? magistrate to har? them j
flogged ?ad diwiimd, wtofc ht dbi. J
Edgefield District in Bad Odor.
From an article in tbo Washington Chronicle,
relating to A roeent Roport made to Major Geoo
rnl Howard bj Geni. R. K. Scott, Assistant Com
missioner of the Freedmen's Bureau for the State
of South Carolina, we clip the following:
In EdgeJleld District tho people havo in no
wiso improved, and it seems that a majority of the
white citizens of tho District hare no respect
whatever for the law of the land, and live in per
fect indifference to the oivil or military law. Tho
condition of the freed penplo in the immediate
vicinity of Edgefield Court House is favorable, ai
the people in the village and its immediato vicin
ity, us well as the civil authorities, evinco a desire
to havo them treated justly. Away from the vil
lage there is much uneasiness and terror on ac
count of tho " bushwhackers," who kill and beat
negroes, and burn their dwellings with impunity.
That " a majority of the white oitizens of tho
District have no respect whatever for the law of
the land, and live in perfect indifference to the
civil or military law" is absolutely and unquali
fiedly false. Nioe-tenthi of tho people of Edge
field District are as quiet, humano, enlightened'
law-abiding oitixons as any in the South. Of this
fact tho myrmidons of tho Freedmen's Bureau
can soon convince themselves if they choose
Bot as to the latter port of this extract, " away
\from the villoye there it mich uueatlnen and ter
ror on account of the ' bmhichacher;' uh? hill and
heat negro*?, and burn their diee'linye with impu
nity," we doro not deny it. Would to God wa
could! And yot we do not mean to admit that
these violont and unlawful preaeedings are carried
on in any or eetry part of the Di.tritt. Far from
it. On the contrary, wo know that there ar? only
one or two sections amenable to this charge. And
as to the burning of negroes' dwellings, that is
all pure nonsense. It is well known that nogroes
have no dwellings. Ninoteen-twontioths of them
live in out-houiss belonging to whito people.
But that there aro bushwhackers, and also
whackers that do not tako to tho bush, who boat
and kill negroes, oannot and need not be denied.
And for us to launch out into a long article to
prove bow unwiso, how impolitic, how inhumon,
how unealiehtened, how utterly senseless, al! such
killing and beating is, would be an insult to tbs
good sense and good feeling of our peoplo at largo.
These bushwhackers and niggerwhackori ought
to bo summarily put down-rooted out. And tc
this end, thc good citizens of those sections ie
which such deeds are perpetrated, ought to held
publia meetings-gather together ?II mane-and
sternly, by word and docd, set their faeos againsl
all bushwhacking, or, in plain words, against al
mal-treatment or oppression cf negroes. Thosi
negroes should be objects of pity and of car?
rather than of violence and oppression. WhiU
[ j poople are, or are supposed to be, reined and en
lightened by education and by the inauy advan
tagos which monoy r.nd freedom have given them
Negroes,' on the contrary, have had but little eda
cation, but little money, but little freedom, to re
tine or enlighten them, White people bare th'
alvantago of them in every way. To abuse fhii
ail vantage ia base. It should ever ba rememberet
that Iber? waa a tims when the negroes mi gb
easily har? taken direful ad run tage of the whites
This they did not do; huton the contrary, re
maincd faithful and obedient. As they kept tb<
faith to us, so should we, by all means, keep thi
faith tJ them.
Good Heginuing of thc District Court
Since i.ht organization of the abor? Court wi
are rory much gratified to tee an unmiitakabb
^ I disposition on the part of th? citizen of oar Dis
trict (all such as are accused) to surrender tk?T
selros to the civil authorities to answer to tucl
charges as may bo preferred against thom.
Two of our citizens, whose caces are wellknowi
to the public, Messrs. Loxo and Coi.KM AS, har
lately sued out respective writs of Habeas Corpus
and, being brought beforo His Honor, Jonx E
BACON, have beon lat to bail on execution of th
We understand also that TOM HOLLAK?, a freed
man, has beea granted bail upon the ?xeoution o
Wo trust that all other accused persons, and al
offenders against law, will henceforth avail them
?.Ivos of the protection of the oivil law now i
roadily extended te ?very oltl??n.
HOCRK or RSPSKHZNTATIVKS, I
. COLUMBIA, Dec. 14, 1S6?. j
.Dear Adeertiier :-I again resumo my pen t
give you ?orne further informa u in ref?ren?? t
proceedings at the Capital.
Tho Homstcad Bill has passed its second read
ing in the House after being saddled with amend
ments enough to nearly destroy its efficacy. It
provisions are os follows: The Homestead will
Ono Hundred Acres adjacent thereto, on? Hors
and Twer.t, -five dollars worth of provisions, ar
t ) be exempt from all future or antecedent debts
with provision that the Act shall not impair th
obligation of existing legal liens. So yon wi]
perceivo that this Bill is a miserable subterfuge
The Bill calling a Convention of the peoplo hu
not yet been reported on in either House ; thi
matter will be brought before the House on Mon
day next. I havo no hope of the ruceen of th
measure, but we are determined to press it to
direct vote, which some wish to avoid on a toi
vote. In roferring th? Hout? Bill it was foun
to have a majority of ten, but as it require
a two-thirds rote, it will fail in both Houses.
Tho Bill creating the office of Tax Assessor 1:
a separate per. on from the Collector will pas
with little or no opposition. Our District wil
have two Assessors ; their compensation is to b
onc-hitlf of tho commissions of tho Collector.
A Bill has passed tho IIousJ altoring tho Lin
in relation to Bastardy.
Tho inattor of accepting and applying the dona
lion of public lands for the purpose of endowin
an Agricultural and Mechanical College in Sont'
Carolina is now under cons ?dar J t ion ; on? part;
in the Legisle tu o withing to give tho donatio:
to the S. C. University, another in faror of giving
it to the Military Academy in Charleston, and
(?third party advocating the establishment of a;
independent Institution with said fund.
A Bill is before tho House, taxing all eollec
tums niado by Sheriffs forty-flro por Centura, i
collected in currency, and sixty-five per centum
if in specie. Another,Hill seeks to prevent th
sacrifice of land at Sheriff's sale ; it provide
1 I that all land hereafter sold at Sheriff's salo shal
rovert to its original owner if he pays the parcha
ser the principal and ten per cent, intorest.
A desperate effort will bo mad? to continue tb
District Courts ; I am sorry to inform you I fea
it will succeed. To be candid about tho matter
I can not see how the Legislature can dispensi
with them as they aro fixed by the Constitution
But that clauso which requires, two oonsecutivi
sessions to alter that portion of tho Constitutor
providing for the District Courts has bc?n erasot
by Bill ; so these Courts will be abolished at tbi
next sitting of tho General Assembly.
A Bill creating two additional Professorship!
in tho S. C. University is beforo tho House, om
of Law, the other of Medicina.
The Tax Bill has boen reported and differs rorj
materially from the last Tax Bill. The Capita.
Hon Tax is fixed at Ono Dollar; the Land Tai
will be larger than last year ; the Dog Tax lt
omitted; Cotton is not ombrocod; Carriages,
Buggies, Piano Fortes, Gold and Silver plato, Ven
due masters, Commission Merchants aro included
in tho Tax Bill as reported by tho Committee ol
Ways and Means.
The altering of tho sittings of th? Courts will
again bo attemptod. From tho tompor of the
House on this subjoct, I think the sittings of the
Courts will remain aa thoy are ; only they will
bo rojtric*ted to hoariug causes ex-eoiiiracfu but
orce a year.
Tho Penitentiary is going on very rapidly, and
by March will be opened for the reception of con
Tho Committeo upon Fodoral Rotations hare
not yet reported upon the Constitutional Amend
The Committeo entrusted thorowlth has reported
on tho matter of procuring corn for the indigonl ;
tboir Report recommonds that Thr?o Hundred
Thousand Dollars for this purpose bo raised by
direct taxation. I hope the Genoral Assembly
?ill never agree te th* Report, as thai would io-j
?page tat taxes tb; asst Bp ring t* nearly <mo
million of dol?an. Such" a Tax Bill, after to dis
astrous a year, would bo very oppressive to the
A Bill is before the Legislature to prevent a
multiplicity of suits. It provides for the settle
ment of fiduciary debts created from the 1st of
Jan. 1802 to loth of May ISM.
The Session will close on or about tho 21st inst.
My effusions are written in haste and amid con
fusion ; I hope therefore that you and your readers
will kindly overlook any short-comiugs, or im
In my next, I shall be able to give information
For the Advertiser.
EDGXFIIM) C. H., S. C., Bec. 14, 1886.
Afr. Editor ; Will you please publish the ac
companying Note aid Circular in regard to Bra
zilian Emigration, and oblige,
Very respectfully, yours, .
II. A. SHAW.
No. 5, Bowling Green,
Nxw YORK, Nov. SOtb, isr.6.
T)*ar Sir,-The Bmiilian Emigration Scheme
ii finally under way ; the particulars aro given in
the encloied circular? of the Brazilian Govern
Thu la?t tteiuier, "South America," hence,
took out 213 Emigrants. There are more appli
cants than we caa take; and if jour friends de
cido upon going, it will be well to give us say two
weeks notice of intended departure, that the ne
cessary room may be reserved them. There is
no charge for transporUtion from this Port The
emigrants inuit find their own bedding, ?te. The
Company give good ordinary fare, such as Emi
grant steerage passengers usually receive.
You will note that Emigrants give security for
the final repayment of passage money, etc., to the
Brazilian Government, within a certain period
after arrival in the Empire.
The " Guiding Star" arrived to day, having
left Kio on the 29th ult.; she was detained on the
We shall be glad to givo farther information
should you desire it.
GARRISON <fc ALLEN, Ag'U.
To H. A. SHAW, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
EMIGRATION TO BRAZIL.
JV?? Paitagt to Emigrant* to Brazil by the JJ. S.
rt Bro?il Mail Steamship Co., on Ihe 22c/ of
The Imperial Government looks with sympa
thy and interest on American Emigration to Bra
sil, and is resolved to give the most favorable
welcome. Emigrants will find an abundance of
fertile land, suitable for the culture of Cotton,
Sagar Cane, Coffee., Tobacco, Rice, etc. These
lands are situated in the Provinces of San Pedro,
Santa Catharina, Parana San Paulo, Espirito
Santo, Rio de Janeiro, etc., and each emigrant
may select his own lands. As soon as the emi
grant has chosen his land it will be measured by
the Government, and possession given.
Unoccupied lands of the nation will be sold at
the rate of SS, 46, 70 and 90 cents per acre (dol
lar equal to 1 SOO reis) payment to be in five year
ly instalments, to commence ono year after pos
Government will pay all expenses for measure,
transportation to homestead, and free lodgings at
port of arriTal, until their departure Tor settlement.
The laws in force grant many favors to emi
grants, such aa exemption from import duties un
all objects of personal use, implements of trade,
and agricultural implements and machinery.
Emigrants will enjoy under tho Constitution of
the Empire, all civil rights and libcrtios whieh
'belong to native Brazilians.
They will enjoy liberty of conitiencs in religi
Emigrants may become naturalized citizens af
ter two years' residence in the Empire, and will
bo exempt from all militar/ duties except the
National Guard (militia in the Municipality.)
No slaves can be imported into Brazil from
any country whatever. No colored people per
mitted as ?migrants.
Emigration of agriculturists and mechanics is
the most desired in the Empire.
Good Engineer.) are in demand in th? Empire.
Some railroads are in construction and ethers in
project, besides many roads to build and rivers to
The Government is in need of ne persons for
tho army or nary.
CONTRACT Or IMICRA3T C?I.MO TO BRAZIL :
The Emigrant, in eonsideration of the under
taking of the Brazil Emigration Agency, hereby
agreos to sail for Brazil, as Emigrant, with his
family or otherwise, upon the following conditions,
which he binds himself to abide by faithfully :
1st-To purchase land for cultivation or gra
ting on th? terms specified above. These lands
will bc mortgaged "-lo ?ho Imp.rU! Oanrnuvel
of Brazil, as a guarantee for the advances mad?
by that Government for transportation, whiuh
will be the sum of Fifty Dollars in Gold, Chil
dren half price, from New York; Sixty-two Dol
lars in Gold from New Orleans ; and Fifty-Seven
Dollars in Gold from any other port of thc Uni
2d-To give satisfactory security for his debt
to tho Government ic ease ho should prefrr somo
other branch of labor than that of farming. Io
this ease tho payment must be effected within
one year after arrival.
For farther details, apply to
26i Broadway, Room 7.
?&f Parties seeking information by letter must
enclose stamp for return postage.
It is said that thc Court of Errors, at ils
late session in Columbia, decided that the
Stay Law-so far as it ailee: td contracts made
after its passage-waa constitutional.
This, we believe, is in accordance with the
authority of all the cases decided by the Su
prerae Court of the United State?, and of
some of our sister Stetes, where tho like ques
tion has been made, and is certainly suppor
ted by reason.
MiLLiDUEviLLE, Dec. 14.
Thc Legislature adjourned to-day tine die.
Thc closing speeches of the presiding officers
of both Houtes were expressive of great de
termination not to succumb to unlawful de
mands. Thc sentiment of the Legislature
seems decided in favor of. Territorial govern
ment rather than acceptance of the Constitu
tional Amendment, or similar terms. The
Speaker of the House, in bis closing address,
bade the country bopo that the tide of fana
ticism would exhaust itself and constitutional
principles yet prevail. Thc President of the
Senate counseled the people to obey all laws
and cleave to the Constitution, but human
forbearance bad limits and the worm would
turn if trodden on. There was great applause
in both Hou c? at these sentiments. The
veto of the extension of thc homestead act
was sustained by five votes sent in, and only
that of the stay law overridden. A great
number of laws were enacted this session of
Sambo and thc Ballot.
WASMNGTOX, Dec. 14.
There is great rejoicing by the negroes and
their white friends over the negro suffrage
bill, which was passed in both Houses by a
majority which places it beyond the peril of a
veto. Tho blacks of tho District of Colum
bia are thus to have hereafter equal political
equality with the whites.
MR. DAVIS' IMPRISONMENT.-The Wash
ington correspondent of the N*ew York Her
ald, in a letter dated tho lOtb, says:
There is the best authority for saying that
the President has positively determined not
to interfere in the case of Jefferson Davis by
ordering his release on parole, but that he
will remain where he is until arrangements
can be made for his trial some time daring
the ensuing spring.
Thad Stevens does not believe that Jeffer
son Davis can be adjudged guilty of complic
ity in the assassination of Lincoln. He thinks
he had no hand in it. Stevens was invited
by tho Secretary of State to dino with bim
yesterday, but declined on account of ill
MBXICO-No ABDICATION.-The inhabi
tants of Vera Cruz made great demonstra
tions of joy on the 1st instant in honor of the
announcement that Maximilian had deter
mined to stay in Mexico. The prefect had
issued a proclamation, stating that Maximil
ian, in a great spirit of abnegation as a hus
band, had determined to adhere to Mexico, in
defence of which he proposes to shod his last
drop of blood.
ISP Brigadier-General Elephalet Whittlesoy,
Assistant Commissioner of the Freedmen's Bureau
in North Carolina, was tried recently, at Raleigh,
on the chargo of having been pecuniarily inter
ostod in tho cultivation of . a plantation upon
which freedmen were employed, and thus using
the position of his office fot; bis private ?mola-1
SKBi. ft ?W food foil*. I
SOUTHER* LABOR QUESTION.-A New Or
leans despatch contains the followii 5 impor
tant intelligence : " Thc cotton factura hero
to day advised correspondents in the country
that it is unwise to make any preparations
to plant colton with the negro, or other kind
of labor, until the course wliich Congress is
about to pursue becomes settled, and its ef
fects may be prognosticated. A sentiment of
very great depression and hopelessness as to
the future prevails in this community."
FIRE IN HAMBURG.-On the night'of the
13th instant, a fire occurred on Spires' Hill,
in Hamburg. A dwelling and out-houses,
the property of G. II. Meyer, were totally con
sumed. The property was partially insured.
It is believed to have been the work of au In
cendicry.-Augusta Chronicle 14th.
??fTh? Washington correspondent of tho
Baltimore Qasettc says : "The Government hts
sot authorised General Sickles to forbid corpo
real punishment in North Carolina."
2S3~ A London newspaper recently contained
tho following:-"For Prwldont of England
MARRIED, in this Village, on tho 11th inst., by
W. A. Clark, Mr. THADDEUS C. STROM and
Miss SALLIE E. CHRISTIAN, all of this District.
We offer this young couple our heartiest con
gratulations, and wish for them every good gift
and every form of happiness. The cake they
sent the Adrertuer corps, as regards both quanti
ty and quality, was the very exponent of liberali
ty and hospitality. If wine befall us this Christ
mas, we shall certainly drink to their life-long
luck and prosperity.
MARRIED, Deo. 12th, at Trinity Church, by
Rev. E. T. Walker, Capt. T. W. CARWILE, and
Miss MART E., only daughter of the late II. K.
MCCLINTOCK, all of this village.
&y Charleston papers pleaso copy.
MARRIXD,' on tho 4th inst., by Rev. James
Bouc belle, Mr. W. B. POWELL and Miss M. S.
QUARLES, all of this District.
MARRIED, on tho 2d Oct, by Rev. S. P. G?tzen,
Mr. EL E. MEALING and Miss SALLIE G
GEIZEN, all of this District. .
MARRIED, on the 221 Nov., nt thc residence ol
tho 'orido's father, by Rev. J. P. Mealyig, Mr,
OSCAR BRUNSON, and Miss SALLIE BUR
TON, all of this Diilrict
M A P. ?uro, on thc 6 th Dec, at the residence ol
Mr. Tbos. B. Reese, by Rev. J.- P. Mealing, Mr,
ANDREW ANDERSON, and Miss EUGENIA
REESE, all of this District.
MARRIED, on th? 10th Dec, at Inc residence ol
the bride's father, by Rev. J. P. Mealing, Mr
GEO. W. NIXON i.nd Miss CARRIE NEWSOM
all of tb is District.
MARRIED, on tho 11th inst., by- Rev. J. W
Ban, Mr. P. P. JENNINGS, of Orangeburg Dis
iriet, and Misii JENNIE T. QUATTLE BAUM
youngest daughter of Capt. DA.VL QUATTLBDAUM
MARRIED, by tho same, on tho 13th inst,, Maj
A. J. HUGHES and Miss SALLIE E., eldcs
daughter of Capt JAMBS HATCHHR, all of Edge
AUGUSTA, December 15.
COTTON.-The market ruled quito dull to-day
with fully j cent decline from yesterday's figures
pricu* ranging from 29 to 31.
GOLD.-Tho Brokers are buying at 1370138
and iielliDg at 142.
Executive Board of the Edgefielt
There will be a mooting of this Board at Edge
field C. II., on Saturday before thc 5th Sabbath ii
December. Brethren aro requested to report ti
the undersigned, or to B. C. BEVAN, that home
may bo assigned to thom during their stay.
Thc Sabbath School Address will bo deliveroi
by Bcv. B. MAXLT, D. D.
Sunday School Books can now he had at th
Stnm nf B. C. BnTAM.
L. R. GWALTNEY, Chair'n.
Deo. ll, St 49
THE EXERCISES oT thc EDGEFIELD FE
MALE COLLEGE will ho returned Januar
Dec 16 2t 51
THIS INSTITUTION ?sin full operation will
3Tcr Oue Hundred Pupil? present. The firs
of Jt.nunry ira good time to enter, but Pupil
are received at any time, and charged from tb
day df entering.
Tuition, Eighteen Dollars, Specie, per Sossioi
of five months. Boardiug Ten Dollars per monti
Specie. Currency taken at its value.
Send for a Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER, Pres.
Due WeBt, 8. C., Dec 10 2t51
*K Have just received a Beautiful lot of
Ladies' HATS and SHAWLS ;
Ladies' Breakfast SHAWLS, NUBIAS, Ac.;
Goods for Men and Bovs wear ,*
SOOTS, SHOBS, HATS and CAPS ;
And various other articles in the Dry Good
and Notion line, too numerous to mention.
For Christmas wehavo a choice collection of
CONFECTIONERIES and FRUITS;
NUTS in variety ;
TOYS, FIRE WORKS, 4c, Ac.
Choice TOBACCO and S EG A RS.
A very largo Stock of FRESH GROCERIES
which wo propose to sell as chuap as tboy can b
bought anywhere, such as
FLOUR, BACON, LARD;
SUGARS of all grades;
Choico TEA and COFFEE;
CHEESE, GOSHEN BUTTER, Ac, Ac.
Deo IS .2i 51
1200 LBS. CHOICE LEAF LARD ;
1000 Lbs. CANVASS HAMS;
A large supply of CHEESE ;
A largo supply of BRANDIES;
A fine supply of tho bott WHISKIES;
Half-Doz. Cases CHAMPAGNE ;
? " Madeira WINB ;.
" " Sherry WINE;
And all sorts of good things and pretty thingi
CHEATHAM & BRO.
Dec 17 tf 51
THE HESPERIAN HARP!
ACOLLECTION OF PSALM and nYMH
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS, and Sun
day Sohool, Infant, Revival, Tempor?neo, Patri
otic and Moral Pieces, and jcontaiuing also a num
ber of Scotch, German, Irish a^d.other fine com
positions,-much now Musio never before pub
lished,-aud an Exposition of tho Principles ol
Music, and of Musical Composition, by William
Just rccoivod a largo toumber of tho. abovo work
at GEO. A. OATES,
No 240 Broad Street, Augusts, Ga.
Doe 17 tf 51
T? SASHED HARP !
ACOLLECTION of PSALM and HYMN
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS seloctcd
from the moat ominent Authors, together with
nearly One Hundred Piece? of Muslo nevor be
fore published, suited to most Metros, and well
adapted to Churches of every denomination, Sing
ing Schools, and Private Socioties, and Plain
Rules for Learners, by B. F. White and E. J.
King, to which is added Appendix 1 containing
a variety of Standard and .Private Tunes not
compriiod in tho body of the work,-Compiled
by a Committee appointed by the Southern Mu
sical Convention. Also, Appendix 2, containing
77 Pieces nf new composition by distinguished
writers, never before published. A now and much
Just received and for salo by
GEO. A. OATES,
No. 240, Broad St, Angosta, tia.
Parir tf ?i
WORTH OF WINI
To be Sold at an Advance
THE WELL KN(
J. D. A. MUR
Beine d?sirons of CLOSING OUT THEIR ?
hare decided to reduce their prices toi Precis
ggyTo Merchants, Planters, and the public
PORTUNITY for purchasing all kinds of Got
CES. - N
U^TTerms CASS on delivery on all sums
I of Fifteen Days will be given, apon approved
jg^CIt ia to the advantage of all who dei
call and examine our Stock before" making th<
???This will show that L, SIIEPPARI
[ respectfully invites his friends to come; and gi?
he thinks he can sell them Goods as^Cheap or
'Augusta, Dec ll
Top and No-Top Buggies,
Carriage Makors' MATERIAL,
RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING and STEAM BACKING, LACE, PICKER
and ROLLER LEATHER AND ROLLER
A full assortment in Store, and constantly ar
Hedticed ^Prices !
SHERMAN, JESSUP & CO.,
No. 225, Broad St., Sign of the Golden Saddle,
Augusta, Dec 17 6m51
W. C. TILTON,
SO UTII A TL ANT IG WHA Hf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
AGENT for GEO. PAGE ? CO., of Baltimore,
Md., CELEBRATED PATENT PORTA
BLE SAW MILLS. STEAM ENGINES and
BOILER."?, HORSE POWERS, GRIST MILLS,
TIMBER WUEELS, ?c. Duplicates furnished
at short jotico. Circular and Gang Saws at Man
Agricultural Implements of evcrv description:
PAGE'S Celebrated GARDEN PLOUGH.
A Splendid Assortment of SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, Ac., HICKORY, ASH, and OAK
RIMS, POLES and SHAFTS for Buggies, Car
riages and Wagons, all kinds of Carriage Mate
WHITE PINE, SPRUCE, OAK, WALNUT,
MAHOGANY and CEDAR LIT5!BER of every
Charleston, Dec 17 3mil
THE PLANTATION ON TURKEY CREEK,
six miles above Ed ge field C. H., on thc
Ninety-Six Boad, adjoining Mrs. Nicholson, D.
R. Strother, Daniel Holland and oilier*, coutnin
Si.v Hundred & Twenty-Three Acres,
Between 90 and 100 of which aro Grit dosi Creek
Bottoms, and 125 acres of upland recently opcnJ
ed, and noir in tine condition for Cotton, and 250
acres of an line forest land HM there is in the
District. On tb? placo are HII necessary improve
ments for a well arranged plantation. Tho plan
tation is without doubt the best in the neighbor
hsod, which is not surpassed by any lands in thc
District. A good Crop of Oats has akoady been
sown upon the place.
6S^"Apply to Daniel Holland. Esq.. .or thc
Subscriber. S. S. TOMPKINS.
Edgefield C. H., Dec 15 2t 5L
THE Subscribers oller at private sale, in Tracts
to suit purchasers, the following lands belong
ing to the Estato of Col. JAMES TOMPKINS,
deceased, situated in Edgefield District, near
Savannah River, and about thirty-two milos abovs
Augusta , vis :
Tho Tract known as the PLANTATION, con
taining about Seventeen Hundred Acres of fine
Cotton and Grain Land, having thereon a small
but comfortable Dwelling, 12 or 15 Negro Houses,
Gin House, Cribs, Stables, Ac. Before tho war
this place with twenty-five hands (the larger num
ber women with children) produced ono hundred
and soventy-fivo Bales of Cotton, wkh an abun
dant supply of provision, and could do it again
with proper cultivation. Tho fences aro in good
>rder, and a good crop of Oats sown, and tho piece
ir good condition for a crop the noxt year. We
would sell all tho Stock, Wagons, Tools and Pro
isions on the place to the purchaser, if he desired.
THE WHITE HOUSE or TUCKER POND
TRACT with tho WILSON PLACE, containing
about Twelve Hundred and Twenty-five Acres.
This place is well improved having a fido Dwel
ling, Storo House, Negro Houses and all necessa
ry outbuildings, and a Tannery in futl and success
ful operation. It- bas been, and is now, a good
stand for a Country Store. A largo part of tho
lands are in nativo forest of the best quality ; of
the cleared land a good Jeal is fresh and in fine
condition for a crop.
For Price and Terms, which will bo accommo
dating to an approved purchaser, apply on the
S.S. TOMPKINS,! " .
J. W. TOMPKINS. J on'
Edgefiold, S. C., Dee. 18, tf 51
Store Rooms to Rent.
WILL be RENTED at public outcry, nt
Edgefield C. H.. MI Tucsdajr, tho 1st Jan
uary, at 12 M., for the year 1387, THREE COM -
MODIOUS STORE ROOMS,-occupied respec
tively by Mo.-srs. Choatham A Bro., L. R. Till
man and I. N. Tcagflo.
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Dec 17 2t 51
To AU Whom it May Con*
BEING about to leavo Edgefield District for
Daker County, Ga., with the intention of
there setting up my abode, and engaging in farm
ing, I appeal to my Crediton), ono and all, for
their kindly indulgence. My strongest effort
shall bo to mako money with which to satisfy
thoir just demands. If ibey will wait npon mo
a reasonable length of time, they have my assu
rance that their said domands shall bo honorably
R. M. SCURRY.
Doc 15th, 1S00 3t il
PARTIES having demands against tho Estate
of FRANCIS O'CONNOR, dee'd., are re
quested to present tho same to tho Subscriber al
an carly date; and those indebted to said Estate
are notified to pay up-forthwitli.
JAS. A. GRAY, Ad'or.
Augusta, Doo. 17, lin 61
THE Croditovs of tho Estato of DAVID
QUAULES, dee'd., are horoby notified that
a settlement will bo mado on his Estate in the
Ordinary's OOice, on the third Monday in Janua
ry next, 193V. All claims matt bo presented in
due form on that day to tho Administrator.
.JOHN Q JARLES, Adm'r.
Dae. 19, li? SI
PER DRY GOODS .
of Only IO Per Cent, on
3WN FIRM OP
PHY & CO,
1NTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS,
cly IO Per Cent, OK Prime Cost.
; generally, is here presented a RARE OP
>ds at UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRI
I under $100; for ?100 and over, a credit
City acceptances. .
sire GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES to
A. MURPHY & CO.,
>. 314 Broad Street, Angosta, Ca.
> is still at. the ahoyo named House, -and
?e him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
Cheaper than any other Store in the City,
IN Pursuance of an Order from the Ordinary? I
shall proceed to sell at the lalo residence of
SIMEON CROUCH, deceased, one anda quarter
miles N. E. of Mt. Willing, ' on THUR8DAY,
tho 3d January nozt, all the PERSONAL ES
TATE of said deceased, consisting of
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
HORSE, MULES, BATTLE, HOGS,
COTTON AND COTTON SEED,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, SHUCKS,
BLACKSMITH AND PLANTATION TOOLS,
ONE BUGGY, WAGONS, Ac.
ffi?fTerms, Cash in Specie, or its equivalent,
on delivery. FRANCES CROUCH,
Dec 17 ? 3t 51
IN Pursuance of an order from tho Ordinary, I
shall proceed to sell at thc late residenco of
S. CROUCH, dee'd., all tho PERSONAL, ES
TATE of JOHN CROUCH, dee'd., on THURS- ?
DAY, 3d January next, consisting of
MULES, WAGON AND HARNESS,
WARDROBE, Ac, Ac
^9*Term8 Cash in Gold, or its equivalent, on
F. CROUCH, Adm'x.
Dec 17 -3t 51
BY Virtuo of an order from tho Ordinary of
Edgeficld District, I will sell on FRIDAY,
the 28th day of Decembor, inst., at the late r?si
dence of Capt. TRISTAM B. CR00KER, dee'd,
tho PERSONAL ESTATE of said deceased,
STOCK OF CATTLE AND HOGS,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, Ac, Ac,
Also a Set of fine SURVEYORS INSTRU
TERMS-Cash in Spoeie.
B. A. JONES, Adm'r.
D?c 12, 3 te 50
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
BY Permission of W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, I
will sell at the residence of Mrs. EDWARD
HOWLE. on THURSDAY, the 27th inst., all the
PERSONAL ESTATE of EDWARD HOWLE,
dee'd., consisting of
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Ac, Ac, Ac. . '
igS*-Terms Cash in Specie.
Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. ?.. D.,
And Ex Offi. Adm'r.
Doc ll 2t 51
ALL persons having any claims against tho
DANIEL MCDOWELL, dee'd.,
WRIGHT P. DORN, dee'd.,
S. W. O UZI'S, dee'd., or.
JACOB BRAKTLY OUZTS, dee'd.,
Aro notified to prevent the punic, duly attested, at
au carly date ; And bil purlics in anywise indebted
to either of said Estates arc also notified to mako
pnytucnt forthwith. Longor indulgence will not
J. W. TIMMERMAN, Adm'r.
Dec. 4, 4t* 49.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
BY the Undersigned, ONE FOUR HORSE
WAGON, a lot of BEEP CATTLE. TWO
MILCH COWS, and THREE NO. 1 MULES.
Tho Said Mules aro Blood bays, and well matched
in all respects ; will compare favorably with any
Mules in tho District for beauty and symmetry,
strength and durability, and are perfectly traotablo
and gentle in handling, working, Ac.
JOHN E. LEWIS.
Liberty Hill, Dec 4 3t 49
State of South Carolina,
John C. Lanier, Adm'or., et al,] Billforpnyment
vs + [of debts. Parti
M. C. Sclglcr et al, by I Hon, call in
Guardian ad litem. j Creditors, Ac.
BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in this
cause, I will proceed to sell at the residence
of the late DAVID SEIGLER, on TUESDAY
tho 8th day of January next, f
THE TRACT OF LAND whereon Mrs. Seig
Ier and faaiily now reside, containing Five Hun
dred Acres, moro ot less, adjoining lands of Robt.
Cheatbam, Wm. Seiglcr, and Estates of S. Zim
merman and Warren Winn.
TERMS.-On a credit of twelve months with
interest from date: Purchaser to give Bond with
two or more good sureties, and a mortgage, to se
cure tho purchaso money. Costs to be paid in
gold. Titles extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.B.B.D.
Dec 17, 1866. St 51
At the samo placo, on samo day, will bo sold,
by order from the Ordinary, for Cash in Specie,
the balance of tho Personal Estate of DANIEL
SEIGLER, dee'd., consisting of
HORSES. COWS. HOGS, SHEEP,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS,
PORK, BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac
JOHN C. LANIER, Adm'r.
Dec 17 3t 51
State of South Carolina,
Bennet Perry and othiis, ")
TS. \ Partition.
Martha C. Perry and othors. J
BY Virtuo of an Order of the Court in this
cause, I will sell at the late residence of
BENNETT PERRY, deceased, on THURSDAY,
the 10th day of January next, the REAL ES
TATE of the said Bennet Perry, dee'd to wit :
THE GENTRY TRACT, containing Three
Hundred and Fifty-eight Acre?, more or less.
THE BURRY TRACT, containing Threo Hun
dred and Thirteen Acres, more or less.
THE JAMES TRACT, containing Two Hun
dred and Forty-Seven Acres, more or less.
THE BOWERS TRACT, containing One Hun
dred and Forty Acres more or less.
The above Tracts of Land are adjoining lands
of John Riley, Arthur Dotier, Dred W?lls, M.
Romp8on, Saluda River, Ac
Sold on a credit of Ono and Two years with
interest from day of Sale, except costs of Snit
and Expenses of Sale, which must be paid in Cash.
Purchasers to give bond with two good sureties
and mortgage of the premires to secure the pur
chase money. Titles Extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, O.ILE.D.
Dec 19, 4t 51
<frQT| A MONTH!-AGENTS wanted for
<n)t/V/?ix entirely neu arliene, jost oui. Ad
en?? O. T. GAREY City Building, BloVeford
Mo. Jaacfi ii* I j *S