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EASONIC & ODD FE LLOWS HALL
Thursday Night, Oct. 9th.
T HE THESPIAN CORPSoftheEdge
field Lyceum beg leave to inform the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Edgefield that by particular re
quest they will repeat the Melodrama of the
LADY OF LYONS)
On THURSDAY NIGHT, the 9th of October,
with the same cast of characters.
07 For the preservation of perfect order, an effi
cient police will be in attendance.
Doors to open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com
mence precisely quarter past eight.
Price of Admission, Filly Cents.
E7 Tickets may be had at the Post Office or at
the Store of M. LEBEsCUuLTz.
T2.8 JLUQLUGU 8 T TRIA*G B & A'D
Will be in attendance.
In rehearsal KOTZEBUE'S celebrated Mielo
To be followed by the amusing farce of
''RAISING THE WIND.''
Oct 8, 1856, It 3
MILLER & WARREN,
Corner opposite t#pe Globe Hotel.
TAVE just received a large stock of Fall and
LI Winter Dry Goods, of the latest importation
and most fashionable styles, consisting of
Flounced Embroidered Colored SILKS ;
Rich Brocade and Plaid Colored SILKS;
Figured and Moire Antique Black SILKS;
Rich Flounced MUSLIN DE LAINES;
CASHMERES and MUSLIN DE LAINES in
BOMBAZINES, CHALLIES, ALPACAS and
French, English and American PRINTS;
Handsome Sooteh and French GINGH AIS;
Rich French EMBROIDERED COLLARS and
Rich Black Laoe COLLARS and SLEEVES:
" Jaconet and Swiss BANDS and FLOUNC
Infants' Embroidered WAISTS and ROBES;
Embroidered Merino CLOAKS for Infants ;
Real Valenciennes, Maltese and Thread LACES;
Reveire, Hem-stitched and Embroidered IIDK'S;
Alexander's Kid and Silk GLOVES;
Splendid stock of Gent's "
Together with an endless varioty of Goods usually
found in a Dry Goods Store. We will say that we
have a large stock, anxious to sell, and will take
pleasure in showing them to our friends and custo
Augusta, Oct. 8, 1856, if 39
LIST OF LETTERS
. EMAINING in the Post Office, Edgefield C.
H. S. C., on the 9th of October 1856. Per
sons calling for Letters on this list, will please say
A.-A. A. Asbell 2, Mrs E. S. Addison, E. Al
lann, R. Atkins, James S. Adams.
B.-E. B. Bell, 3, Miss E. Brown, Rev. T. M.
Bailey, 2, R. D. Bryan, P. D. Bowles, R. Bouk
- night, W. Brooks, E. Bird, 11. Bowie.
C.-L. Culbreath, A. S. Croner. J. M. Collins, 2,
J. L. Crane, J. F. Cheaton, E. Culbreath, L. Cul
D.-John Durst, J. Dozier, 2, N. M. David,
John Davis, T. T. Davis.
G.-D. J. Gilchirist, S. M1. Gardner, J. B. Gard
H..-L. E. Haskell, W. M1. Iheath, W. B. H~oren,
or ag't. W. Huarris, W. Haltawanger, M1. N.110o1
. lingsworth. H enry, servant to .\r. Adams.
Jl.-T1. Jones, J.
L.-.l. Lanham, T. WV. Lanham, R1ev. II. Laeroy,
A. M. Lindler, J. al. Lanhiam.
M.-T. Mloses, A. Mlobley, NI. S. Mierebant, J. L.
Mathews, W. Merchant, S. R. G. Miills, Mann, or
his heirs, W. Slartin, 13. L. Murrell, J. F. G. Mlit
-tag, R. Tr. M.uer.
.N.-N. A. Norris..
0.-F. Owensby, 2, .. Odom.
P.-Wm. Prewett, Mrs. S. Pattersan.
R.-Mliss 3. A. Roper, 2, Row & Proeter.
S.-B. F. Smith, M1rs. E. V. Smith..A. Solicotor,
W-3Ytret,-S. M. StcevsniSnr siimkei.
Tr.-J. Taylor, B. P. Tillhnan, Mliss M. Treadwell,
AMr. Turner, J. Terry.
W.-G. C. Woods, Miss L. Williamis.
Y.-Dr. B. T. Yarbrouagh.
A. R AMiSi', P. .
Oct. 8, 1856, et 3
state of South Carolina,,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, Dr..JllHN P. ABNEY hate app~lied to me
fur Letters of Administration on all and ~uular the
goods and chattles, rights and credits of AAltlIAI
AIINEY, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite nnd admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceais
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be hiolden at Edgefield
C.11., on the 22nd day of October inst., to show
cause, ifany, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 7th day of Oc
tober ini the year ofotur Lord one thousand eight hun
dredl and fifty-six, and int the 8l1st year of American
indeemidnce. W F. DURISOE, O. E. D.
October 8.2 3
-State of Southi Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, SARA H DOZIER hath applied to me for
Letters of Adminisitration, on all and singular the
goods anid chiattdes, rights anid credits of AltTHIURL
DIOZIER late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and adiu,onish all and
singular, thue kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Urdmaury's
Court for the said Distriet, to be holden at h.dgelield
C. H., on the 22nd day of October inst, to show
cause, if any, why the said administration should niot
Given under my hand and seal, this sixth day of
October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
* hundred and fifty-six, anid in the 81st year of Ameri
can Independence. W .DRSE .B
October 8. 2 39
State of South Carolina.
. IN ORDINARY.
BY W. F. D URISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge
Wheeas ThmasS. Bates hiathi applied to me
f or Letters of Administration Ott all and singular the
goods and chattles, rights ard credits of Ann Bates
late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
'singular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District to be holden at Edgefield
C. H. on the 22nd day of October inst, to show cause,
if any, why the said Administration should not be
b Given under my hand and seal, this sixth day of
October, in the year of our Lord one thiousandl eight
hundred and fifty-six and in time Eighth-Brst year of
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
October 8. 2 39
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
By W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
W HElIREAS, JAMES TOM1PKINS htath ap
iY plied to me for letters of Administratiot,
on all arid rsingular thes goods and chattles, rights and
credits of H ENRIETTA JACKSON, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, dec'd.
TIhose arc, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of ihe said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said Distrint, to be holden at Edgefield
Court House, on the 22nd day onf October inst, to
show cause, if any, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Giver under my hand and seal, this sixth day of
Ootober, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-aix, and in the eighty-first year
of American Independence.
.W. F. DUJRISOE, O.E.D.
October 8, 1856. 2: 39
A LL persona indebted to the Estate of Levi
-Newby, dee'd., are hereby particularly reques
ted to settle the samie as early as practicable, a. long
er indulgence cannot be given. Those having claim~s
againast uid Estate, are notified to render them in
JOHN P.EMONDS, Adm'r.
G. N. ELDRED'S
The Largest and Best Establishment in the
C ONSISTING of OVER TWO HUNDRED
MEN and HOUSES, the best Performers,
the best Band, and the finest train of Horses now
travelling in America. Will exhibit at Leesville
October 21st, and at Edgeheld C. IT., Wednesday
G. N. ELDRED proclaims to the South that as
a return for the generous patronage that has ever
crowned his efforts to please, he has this season
THREU GREAT SHOWS,
And engaged the world-renowed FRANCONI
HIPPODROME TROUPE to appear in conjunc
tion with his splendid Aninal Exhibition
and Great Southern Circus.
CLOWNS, Sam Long, John Peterson,and the grea
American Clown and Shakespeare Jester, Jimmey
LADY EQUESTRIANS, Madame Franconi,
Mme. Robinson and Mie. H enrietta.
Mons. FRA NCONI, the great Hippodrome Per
former, and his two celebrated horses, Bayard and
Johnster, W. ODEL, the Comic Rider and great
Double Suinmeract Thrower, C. MORRISON will
astonish the audience by his contortionist perform
ance on a chair erected on a pole thirty feet high,
held and supported by Maons. Ilessin, Master James,
the Champion Equestrian of the South, Vandean
Brothers, by Hesler and Jennings.
Mons. COSTELLO, the great Globe Performer,
W. JOIINSON, the Slack Rope Performer.
Juveniles of the Company, Master JOHN and
Leader of the 'mind, C. VOLLANT, which is
sufficient guarantee for the excellence of the music.
A man Walking on the Ceiling head down, by
neans of the scientific application of the principles
of adhesion, by G. N. ELDRED.
Master JOllN ROBINSON in his superb Prin
cipal Act; Juveniles of the Troupe in Pantomine,
Ballet, Dancing, Comie Afterpieces, &c.. are among
the grand features of this exhibition, making in all
the most attractive and interesting entertainment
and the best Fifty Centi Shiowi ever offered
o the people of the South.
SA M. H ENDRICKS, A gent.
Oct S 2t 39
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
George T. Eve,)
Anna 1L. Eve.
BY an order from Chancellor Wardlawe in this
1)case, I will sell in Heueh Island. (Edgefield
istrict,) on Tuesday sht October next, on the prem
ses, the follo~wini real estate, viz:
One Tract of inni containing by resurvey 270
ers. known as the upper moiety of the llorre
Shoe'tract. fe'rmerly owned by George L4. Twiggs,
le'd., adjoaining lands of Dr. George Twiggs', A.
.1 Rambo ;nd alhers.
Tfa*--Onae third ' f the purchase money to be
idon 1st .1 amuairy 1837:- one-tlhird 1st .lantuary
8538, mid the remaitningoene-third 1st -Januoary I18591,
vith interest an the whole fronm 1st .January 1857,
t wh~i time poussessioni will be given. Costs to be
.aid in cash on dayv of sale. Pus ehatsers will be re
guired to give bonds with at least two good person
a sureties, and to pay $3 extra for titles.
A. SIalKINS, C. E. E. n.
Sept. 27th 185t1. 4t 38
M~asonic Female College,
Cokecsbury!, S. C.
rF' TIE flrat Annual Examination will take place
l.n on the 21st, 22nd anid 23rd of October. The
lio . . 1KErr-r, will deliver the Annual Address.
Pror. F. A . Coxsoa, thie Inaugural.
Theu Public generally, the Patrons and Mlasonic
Fraternity, are respectfully invited to attend.
IUv order or the Board.
F. F. GARY, SECaY.
Sept. 30th 1856, 2t 38
READY MADE CLOTHING
FOR THE MILLION.
JM. NLWVBY & Co., A ces-rA, G&.,
.are now receiving daily from New York, one
f the linest, rarest, largest and most magnificent
And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
That was ever ofrrd South or Mason and Dixon's
Line. This is no broad exageration of veraseity, but
it is startling truth. wvhieh cnn lie established by the
slighest cursory observation of our Establishment.
Cll and examine our Stock.
gg'Further accounts next week.
Augusta, Sept. 30, 1S56, tf 33
T I1OOlE Beautiful and IMIPERtISIABLE PIC
T URES can be had at
JOHJN LEIGH'S OFFICE.
They arc superior in brilliney, dypth of tone and
finish to any ever offered in this community.
LEIGlt & CHALM1ERS.
Edgefieldi, Sept 30), 1856.
Ph 0 t og ra p h 8,
rJ I0lS heautif'ul style or Picture so popularin both
.this country and Europe, can be had at
LEIGH & CHAMBERS' GALLERY,
Auusta, GTa. Persons having Dacuerrcotypes of
theiselves or friends can have thems Photographed
fronm life-size to the smallest miniature.
LEIGH & CIIALMERS.
_A ugusta, Sept 30, 1856.- tf 38
" HUZZA FOR BUC HANAN 1"
Look licre Everybody.
TIl E Subscribers are just receiving from Phila
I delphia and New York the MOST SPLEN
DID) assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Carpet Bags, Trunks St Umbrellas,
Ever offered in this market.
Also, a superfmne, laige and well selected hot of
Ready Made Clothing,
Of' the Latest Style andl Best M~ate
Gentlemen, call and examine for yourselves. We
will not charge for looking. But will be certain to
sell you goods if low prices and superior Goods are
SIMON & KROUCHT.
Hamburg, Sept 26, 1856. tf 38
Ladies and Misses Cloaks & Talmas,
J UST received by E. PENN, Agent, a large
assortment of Ladies and Misses Cloak, and
Talmas, of the very latest style. and pattern.
. n~ f 88
NEW FALL AND WINTER
T HE Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, which
he invites his friends and customers to call and ex
amine. They have been selected with great care
as to STYLE and CHEAPNESS, and will be
sold low to prompt paying and cash buyers. In his
Stock may be found a fine assortment of
Plaid, Black and Morselale SILKS;
Gala Plaids; French Merinos, in all colors;
Plain all wool DeLaines;
Figured DeLaines and Cashmeres;
Embroidered Merino Dresses;
Black Bombazines and Challies;
Black Alpacas, Merinos and all wool DeLaines;
Fancy and Black Ginghams and Calicos
A very fine assortment of CLOAKS of le latest
and most fashionable styles;
Jaconet aid Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing;
Embroidered Collars and Infants Waists;
A fine assortment of Ladies' L. C. Hankerchiefe;
A large Stock of Hosiery and Gloves;
Opera Flannels; Red and White Flannels;
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannels;
Debage Robes ;
Sattinetts, Tweeds and Kentucky Teans;
Rock Island Jeans and Black Cassimeres.
Blankets, Stripes, Osnaburgs, Georgia Plains,
Linseys and Kerseys, in great variety.
A fine assortment of Men's, Youths and Boys
Shoes; Ladies and Misses Shoes and Negro Shoes;
A magnificent selection of
Hardware, Crockery and Glass Ware,
Saddlerv and Groceries,
&c., &c., &c.,
Together with an almost endless variety of every
article generally found in a Village Store, all of
which will be disposed of at astonishing low prices.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
O ct t tf 38
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
GENTLEMEN AND YOUTHS WEAR,
JUST Received. and still receiving a well selected
Stock of Ready Made Clothing,
which I hope fom my experience In the trade, will
enable me to give satisfaction to those who may fas.
Your me with their patronage. I also have my usu.
al Stock of
Cloths, Cashmeres and Vestings,
which will be made to order in the latest STYLES,
and at the shortest notice. Thankful for past favours
and hope for a continuance of the same.
Oct. 1, 1856, tf 38
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICES.
T HE Subscriber desirous of making a change
in his business offers for sale his LARGE and
Assortment of Furniture,
comprising EVERY ARTICLE usually found
in the most complete Cabinet Establishments, at such
prices as cannot fail to satisfy purchasers. Come,
now, all who want cheap and fine FURNITURE,
and examine my Stock.
I still continue the sale of the METALLIC and
ROSE WOOD BURIAL CASES. and also have
constantly on hand a good lot of WOOD COF
FINS, all sizem, which I will sell at modcrate prices
JOHN M. WITT.
Oct. 1, 1856, if 38
COBESTO IE iB.P.Z
OPENING OF NEW GOODS A T
1TEJ are nowv receiving anod have opened, and
ready for inspection and sale, a large por
tion of our N EW FA LL and WINTER STOCK.
In a few days more we shall be prepared to
show our friends ana patrons the
Nost Extensive and Varied Stock o
Ever brought to Edgefield ; and those who may
buy of u<, may rely on havinig good Goods at the
L.U W EST P IGES at which they can be sold.
W e desire panrticub::rly to call the attention of the
Ladlies to our
Comprising the most elegant SILK ROBES of
the ricesvt designs and most magnificent Goods ever
broughmt to this omarket. Also, otber Dress SILKS,
]Black and Colored, or every style;
IRich Frenc-h Printed D~eLains : Eugeniia Robes;
Pop1lins; French amnd English Alarinoes;
Solid Coloredl DeLaines, bright colors;
Also, in bright colors and small figures all wool
D)eLainses, suitable for Children's weatr, together
with a large aissornemat of
FRENCH,iENGLISH & AMERICAN PRINTS.
We have also, Elastie anel Patent Lenther Belts,
in great variety; Coisems ; Elastics; llcad Dresses;
Laces-, &c. Ladies, come and see thems.
To the Planter
We can on'er a superb assortment of ITEAVY
GOODS, such as KERSEYS, BLANKETS,
BR OGANS, <J-c., with a good assortnment of ma
terials for their own and Boys wear, with
To all of which we respectfully invite the inspection
and attention of the trading community.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield C. H., Oct 1, tf 38
I S Just receiving and opening a large and hand
sonmc Stock of
Embracing a general assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS,
Hardware, Groceries, Crockery,
A ndc a great variety of other articles usually kept in
He has selected Ihis Stock with much care, and
flatters himself that he will be able to give his cus
tomers entire satisfaction in style and ptrics.
Ile respectfully invites thme public, and especially
the Ladies to call and examine his Stock.
0O:1 'tf 38
WE. L EGG, woul say to his friends and
etepublic generally, that he has entered
into the Family Grocery Business, and
haa on hand and will continue to keep all the articles
usually kept ini such an establishment. His Stock
consists in part, as follows :
Brown Sngar, lasses,
Crushed do 1West India Molasses,
Pulv'd do 1White Wmne Vinegar,
Rio and Java Coffee, iCider do
Every variety of Teas, |Sperm &Adamantlhe Can
Gallon, half Gallon andt dies,
Quart Pickles, (Colgates Soaps,
Tomato & Walnut Ketch- Fancy do
ups, ~ Colgates Pearl Starch,
Genuine English Mustard,ICasteel Soap,
Prepared do Nuts and Almonds,
Mustard in Tin Boxes, ~Soda, Butter, and Sweet
Spices of every deseriptiont Crackers,
Fresh Hulled ice, tFresh Sardines, Salmon,
Sack Salt, |Lobsters, Clams, Mackerel,
Table do f(Oysters-all Hermitically
Currants, . Several fine brands of Ale
Citron, and Porter,
Tobacco and Segars, Fine assortment of Fruits
Best Quality of Syrup Mo- in Br-andy,
lIe has also selected from the blest House in Char
leston, a thorough Stock of SYRUPS, COR
DI ALS, WINES and LIQUORSof thevery besf
Brands, which will be sold on the most accommoda
ting terms, by the quart and larger quantities.
Sept. 30th 1856, tf 38
English Dairy Cheese.
J UST reeived by E. PENN, Agent,a lot of very
superfine English Dairy Cheese.
Oc ti f 38
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
J UST opened by E. PENN, Agent, a beautiful
assortment of Ladies and Misses Bonnets 01
the newest styles and patterns. Also, a handsome
assorttmentof Bonnet Bouoer and BonnethImIig
nasif 3- 8m
D ESPECTFULLY informs- his friends and the
publio in general, that he has just returned
from the North, after selecting from the choicest
markets a full assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
Of the VERY LATEST STYLES, embracing the
tasteful RAGLAN AND BUCHANAN OVERCOATS,and
all articles usually kept forthe outfit of
Gentlemen, Youths and Children.
In addition to which I have engaged the services
of one of the iost FASHIONABLE CUTTERS
in New York, who will be here in a few days, at
which time I will be.able, if sty Rdady Made Stock
will not suit my oustomers, toainnufacture for them
out of the very beut. ma' garments, which in
poirt of style and elegance w.i compare with any in
-I have also purchased a fine Stock of
MO3ST AE $S131,
Which only requires an examination of their supe
rior material and fashion to insure sale.-I have se
lected, with great care, a very extensive Stock of
ulm~a amca @vamom
Of the latest style. Also, a superior article of
Shaker and Lamb's Wool UNDERSHIRTS and
DRAWERS, which are particularly recommended
for Rheumatisum and the prevention of Colds.
A great variety of
&c., &c., &c.
gg It will always give me pleasure to exhibit my
Stock to all who will favor me with a call at my
old stand, next door to Bland & Butler.
Oct I tf 38
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
fall Erake, 1550 1
BROM * EIBRLL,
H AVE just received their NEW STOCK of
PAL. AND WINTER GOOD,
and would call the attention of their friends and the
publio to the assortment. Their Stock is VERY
LARGE and comprises all the best makes and
styles of Goods. and the latest nove'ties of the sea
son; and as they are determined not to be
Undersold by any House in the State, and
will guarantee their prices to be as
IM M TH3 1=@W1f.
They feel assured that an examination of their
Goods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pa
tronage they have hitherto received. They would
invite attention to the following:
Ladies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Fancy Dress SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Scotch, French and American GINGHAMS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;
Dress TRIMMINGS, splendid variety;
HOSIERY, a very large assrtment ;
GLOVES, of every description;
Table LINENS and DIAPERS;,
NAPKINS, DOYLIES and -TOWELS;
SHEETINGS and Pillow LINENS;
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Casslmers and
Ladies' CLOTHS, all colors ;.
FLANNELS, Red, white, Welsh, &c.
CASSIMERES and PL AIDS, for children ;
House Servants' GOODS; .
Blnck Alpaeas, Bombazines, imitiefs, Quilts;
FUR FRINGES; SHAWLS, all kinds, &c.
A large assortment Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Lin
seya, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburgs.
Augusta, Sept 17 tf 36
BOOTS ANID OES,
.'Eroadc St., AA-aga~liita Cea,.
R FSPECTFIULLY announce to the citizensof
Edgefieldi and the adjoining Distriets that they
have just received their Fall und Winter Stock,
10,000 Pairs Men's Plantation BROGANS, assort
2,000 pairs B~oys " " ass. qualities
.3,000 pairs Men's Kip " do.
- 1,000 " " Calf Peg;:ed " do.
.500 " " Grained and Buff Brogans, as
3,000 pairs Women's Leather Bootecs, pegged, as
600 pairs Women's low prieed Sewed Bootees,
500 pairs .\isses' fine Morocco Bootees, assorted
500 pairs Misses' flue Calf and Goat Pegged
Bootees, assorted qualities ;
500 pairs Boys' Kip Brogans, assorted qualities.;
500i " " and Youth Calf Brogans,assort
500 pairs Youth's Kip and grained Brogans, as
Gent's, Ladies, Misses, Youth's and Children's
BOOTS and SHOES, of A LL STYLES AND QUALI
TIES, received and for sale low by the, dozen or
case. CLARKE & ROYAL.
Augusta, Sept 22 tf 37
FALL TRADE OF 1856.
W ILLIAM II. CRANE, Augusta Georgia,is
now receiving his Stock of FANCY and
STAPLE DRY GOODS, to which he respect
fully calls the attention of the public. His Stock
will be Large and Varied, comprising all
articles in the Dry Goods lin, pertaining to PLAN
T A TION and F AMILY use, besides a large
Assortmnent of all th~ Ioveltss
in Dress and Fancy Goods. As'he is now doing
businesson the CASH principle,he is enabled to offer
and all Goods will be sold at the :ery lotoest prices.
Pl. :nse call and look before pnrchasing elsewhere.
The following Goods have just l'en received the
New Goods Received Weekly.
French and English Merinos, all colors,
Coburg Cloths, at very low prices,
New Style French DeLaines,
Satin Striped Poplin,
Plaid and Striped Silks, beautiful style.,
Black Silks, very low,
Extra Plaid Cashmeres,
Cloth Cloaks and Talmas,
Velvet Ribbons, all kinds,
Belt Ribbons and Dress Buttons,
Satinetta, Tweeds and Cassimeree,
Prints, Ginghams, Linseys, Kerseys,
Blankets, Shirtings, Sheetings, &c. &c.,
South-aide Broad Street, a few doors below the
United States Hotel. . '
Augusta, Sept. 30th 1856,tif 38
Dissolution of Copartnership,
T HE copartncehip heretofore existing betweet
the undersigned, under the frm of Tuausa
& Burr, was, by mufual consent, dissolved the 1st
inst. Either party will use the name of the Bram
in liquidation. HENRY B. TH AYER,
JOHN D. BUT,
JOSHUA W. BUT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
The undersigned have this day formed a partner
ship, for the purpose of continuing the business ol
TATER & BU-ir at their old stand,282 Broad street,
under the firm of Bu'rr, Kyioirr & o. The Arts
to date from 1st inst.; and repefiysolicit a con
tinuance of the patrons of teold firm.
JOHN D. BUTF,
JAMES L. KNIGHT,
JOSHUA W. BUTT.
Augusta, August 25, 1856.
The undersigned, in retiring from the GROCE.
RY BUSINESS cheerfully recommendshissencus
sore to the confidenoe and patronage of his formea
customeaw. HENRY B. ThAYER.
0-T11 Friends of W. C. MORAGNE, Rsq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to a seat in the House of Representatives at
the next election.
87 THE Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the next Legislature.
The friends of Mr. WM. GREGG, respectfully an
nounce him as a candidate for a seat in the next,
W Tus friends of Maj. Z. W. CARWILE re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat in
the Legislature at the ensuing election.
WMaj. ABRAM JONES is respectfully an
nounced by his friends as a Candidate for a seat in
the House of Representatives at the ensuing election.
IT TnE Friends of Capt. ROBERT MERI
WETHER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
date for a Seat in the House of Representatives at
its next Session.
37 The friends of Col. M. C. M. HAMMOND
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the House of Representatives at the next election.
U The friends of GEORGE W. LANDRUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
n the next Legislature.
The friends of MAJ. JAMES BLACKWELL
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the next Legislature.
W Tu Friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLE
BUM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
a Seat in the House of Representatives at the en
gW The Friends of A. L. DEARING, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the House of Representatives at the ensuing
gr Tgs Friends of S. W. MABRY, Esq.,an
noune him as a Candidate for a seat in the House
of Representatives, at the ensuing election.
17 Tas Friends of Dx. G. M. YARBROUGE
respeotMiy announce him as a Candidate for a seat
In the Houe of Representatives at the ensuing
The friends of Co. WILr.u3 QUATYLIUX Is
peotfully announce him an a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
07 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
57 Tus Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefleld District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
of Edgefleld District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the Iistrict, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefliel.d District at the next election.
7 Tun Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
or Edgefeld District at the next election.
&'or Tax Collector
THOMAS B. REESE,
K. B. WHITTLE,
' HESubscriber has opened an
I.Office at Ryan's Hotel, where he
will attend to any business pertaining ~LIt.
to his Profession. Alien's Patent Teeth, Curvilin
ear Gum and Block Teeth, flrom
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
Put up in a style to please the meet fastidious..
- D~entists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
can have it done by sending in their Plates at very
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and cilindrical
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.-A '.'ttement always at the completion of
the work. .'
July 30 tf 29
TO THE AFFLICTED,
D R. THAYER, Homeropathic Phyuiciun, Sar
geon, and Accouckeur, late of Philadelphia,
now located No 217, Broad Street. Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
Chronic diseases. Visits made at a distance on the
most reasonable terms. Please address,
H. R. THAYER, M. D.
A i.ril 2 tf 12
D RS. G. M. YARBROUGH & J. P. ABNEY,
have this day formed a Partnership, for the
practice of MEDICINE and SUnosav. No additional
charge for one consultation visit. Office at Dr.
A pril 9, 1856. t f 13
M~iY OFFICE is now in this Village, next door
L.to W. W. A dams, where I can be fouaid at
all times. C. W. STYLES.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 15, 1856. tf 1
i 0ENTE STREET, HAMBURG,B..
. P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
March 12, 1856. ly 9
THE Undersigned respectfully .4
tenders his services to his country
friends in the STORING and SALE of COTTON
and OTl1ER PRODUCE, and Receiving
and Forwarding lHerchandize.
He lhas the~ Warehouse recently occupied by C.
H. KENNY, which is decidedly the most prefera
be in Town, being comparatively secure from
FLOODS or FIRE.
He proposes to Store Cotton at 10 cents per bale,
per month, and not to exceed 50 cents per bale for
UT He will continue the sale of Merchandize at
his old Stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends the ensuing season.
R. V. DELPE.
Hamburg, Sept 22, tf 37
To Managers of Election.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I THOS. G. BACON, Clerk of the Court of
General Sessions and Common Pleas, in pur
uee of the directions of the Act of the Legislature,
In such case made and provided, do hereby give
Publio notice, that an election fee TAX COL
LECTOR for Edgefield District, will be held on
Monday the thirteenth day of October next, at the
usual places of election throughout the said District.
Witness my hand at Edgefield C. H , this 2nd
day of September, A. D. 1856.
THOS. G. BACON, c.o.s. and c..
Sept 3 4t 34
HAS received from New York a large supply of
Curtain Materials, among which are
Clored Damasks and Delaines, of beautiful styles;
Cord. and Tassels, with Gimps to match ;
Rich Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, some
at very low prices;
Corniees and Curtain Bands;
Window Shades, of new and beautiful styles, some
at low prices.
The public are rsspeetfully invited to examine thap
Auguta, Oct. 1. tf 98
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Jesse
Limbecker, deo'd., are earnaeetly regneated to
make immedia pasymbat; and 'those having de
mnds against the said Estate, will present them
properly attested. O, W. LANRM, .
- - ;usrde nnaan
HEN RY DALY,
nDw~Daa~1 . nconesam..
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WORTH of the above Goods,
$tJU,'J' carefully selected from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Will be sold at very small advance on Cost.
0- The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
Mr TzaR.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale,time with
approved paper. No second price asked.
Under U.S. Hotel, Augusta, Gs.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 22, 6m 37
MEN'S AND BOYS FALL & WINTER
CLO T HEIS,
HATS, CAPS, &C.
CLAYTON & KENNEDY, Augusta,
Ga., respectfully invite their country friends
and customers to call and examine their LARGE
and WELL SELECTED Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c.
Comprising every variety and style that can be
found in the Augusta market.
They are determined to sell CHEAP, and hope
to furnish good and well made articles that will
W- Their Store Is under the Augusta Hotel
where persons wishing to buy will do well to calf
before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusts, Sept 92 1st 87
Now Fall Goods1.
H AS received from New York his Fall and Win
ter supplies of Staple and Feney DRY GOODS,
omprising a complete assonment, am whiah are
Rich Fancy Dress Silks,of new a sp Addstyles;
Pars Printed Delaines, of new and utiful styles;
Fancy Plaid Meinos, for Ladies' Dreses, at very
Lupi's lain Freneh Mernos, of the most desirable
coLupin's Plain White, Black and High Colored Me
rinos, of extra qjuality ;
Superior Plain and Fgured Black Silks;
Superior Black Silks, for Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
English and American Prints, of now and beautiful
Lupin's Plain Black Mousselaine Delaines and
Lupin's Black Bombazines and Black Alpacas, of
thbed Ist lihlannels, warranted not to shrink;
Superior Saxony and Patent Flannels -
Heavy Shaker, Silk Warp and Welsh'Gauze Flan
Colored Flannels, for Ladies' Sacks;
Heavy Twilled and Plain Red Flannels, for Ser
Superior 4-4 IrIsh Linens and Long Lawns;
Scotch Diapers and Heavy Huckabacks,for Towel
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers;
Superior Damask Table Cloths and Damask Nap
Superior Pillow Case Linens and 12-4Linen Sheet
Irseilles Quilts, of extra size and quality;
Allendale and Lancaster Quilts, at very low prices;
French 'Piano and Table Covers;
A complete assortment of Fancy Ribbons, for
Trimin Ldies' Dresses;
Ladies Rch Fancy Neckad Bonnet Ribbons ;
Ladies' Silk Elastie-Belts and Belt Riboons ;
Plain Wide and Narrow Black Silk VelvetRibbons;
Wide Black Silk Velvet, of extra quality, for'La
dies qCasunere, Merino and Silk Vests, of extra
Alexader's Ladies' Eid Gloves, a'complete assort
Alarg supply of Ladies', Misses, Cliildren's, Ge'n'
tlemens and Youth's Hosie'
Black Slik Frmges. for Trlniningr Ladies' Dresses;
Valenciennes and Thread Lace Kdgings and Insert
ldies' Embroidered and Hem-Stitched Linen Cam
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Collars and Under
Infants' Embroidered Waists, and Muslin Bands ;
Swiss and Jackonet Muslin Edgings and Insertings;
Ladles' Corded Skirts and French Corsets;
12.4 Bleached Allendale and Hamilton Sheetings;
W~ater Twist and New York Mills 4-4 Bleeched
Lonsaale and Manchester 4/4 Bleeched Shirtings;
English and American Swansdown Flannels;
Ladies' Plain Black Thibet Wool Shawls, with Silk
FLadies' French and Sotch Logand Square Shawls
of beautiful styles;
Ladies' Chenille and Broche Scarfs;
A complete assortment of articles' for Servants'
With a great variety of other articles suitable for
the present season. Tepublic are respectfully re
quested to call and examine the assortment.
Augusta, Oct. 1. f 38
1A ust received from New York,
Enlish Velvet CARPETS, of new and splendid
Eglih Brussels CARPETS, of new and elegant
Su erior Three-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CAR.
Rich Chenille RUGS, to match the Carpets,
Printed DRUGGETTS, for Crumb Cloth;
Printed FLOOR CLOTHS, in patterns ;
Brass Stair RODS and Chenille DOOR MATS;
Hall and Door MATS, in a variety of Styles.
The public are respectfully invited to examine the
Augusta, Oct. 1. tf 38
SELLING OFF AT COST.
WX E are now sllingour ENTTIRE ST OCK
VTof Goods At Cost !
--The Stock is large and consists o
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
Crockery anad Glass WVare,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
s&c., 4.c., cjc.
Our friends who call early will get many VERY
DESIRABLE Goods at Very Lowe Price.
Every one should strive to purchiase their respec
tive shares without delay, as the inducements will
be such that this Stock will not remain long on hand.
SALE d& ANDREWS.
Phoenix, S. C., Sept 3 6t 34
BENJAMIN & GOODRICH, Broad street, op
Jpositei Lamback & Cooper's respectful an
nounce to their friends and the public, that they r
now receiving daily a choice and well selece
assortment of all kinds of FURNITURE, such as
BUREAUS, BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CHAIRS,
TETE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEADS, WINDOW SHADES, &c., of the Is
test and moat fashionable designs, which theyguaran
tee to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and
invite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Mattresses and nil kinds of Furniture, manufac
tured and repaired to order, with neatness and dis
patch. BENJAMIN& GOODRICH.
Agusta, April 23, if I5
F ROM the subscriber about the first of April,
THREE BEIFERS, one of them I think is
marked with a crop in the right ear, with an under
and an over bit in the left. The other two and per
haps the three, are marked with an underbit in each
ear, with a split in the right. The flesh mark of the
larger one,.is brindle sides with white back and belly.
Any one taking up said Cattle and addressing me
at Edgefield, C. H., will be compensated for their
trouble. H.C. MiOSELEY.
ept. 30th 1856. Ste 38
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
A S the Ainaliorder for the settlement of the Es
tate of'C. J. Gtdver bas passed, I have only to
say to the Creditors of the Estate, don't be ina hur
ry goodfolks, youshall all have agod timle. The
boat wont lNave the ferry before you get there.
And all teooe Indebted to me as AdmInistrator,
or on my individual account, you bad better be in a
hu'rry dobdafole, er the boat-might Iee atMh Aj
AXER ICAN, !0RV
inform their Wnds ad n pb
isealyta te a lwy -~d us 4 :
them atl B S TYLE o
Persons'artvrig A 'tH o - jW 14y# 10d
that they and their we~~il beg oru~ly u
ee of charge, to the
of the Georgia Depole. * .
We also take this opportinity of retrasima,
mineere thanks for aeapesrcsage anaUme ry.
endeavour to merit a ce uanee ofheadma " -
There will always be na han&agsod.OSTZIB,
ad Hornes left in our obarge wilt meet with evvy
mtention. , O.N. P. SCOTT A;imO..
HamburgJuly 21, - :t
PLANTATION FOR SAJ2
T HE Subscriber offers for sale the PIa o
which he now resides contaiing '
Fourteen Hundred Ae.es#
ituated on the Columbia, Augusta and EdgdsM
roads, in the Ridge settlement. It bas onitamki
ant two story Dwelling House, contalningita-.
rooms and ten closets four of the rooms a twestp
ret square, with a Dining room 16 by 24; also "
excellent Gin Home 30 by 47 1eet, to which is ad.
led a large Cotton Room on the ide, and doue
There is on the Tract an excellent strong new.
[orn Mill, about a mlefrom the Dwelling. about
500 eresare under fence, the belanee well tbered.
here are constant streams of water In e .ale
Sept. 30th 1856, 89 38
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
T1HE Subscriber offers for ~sale all of his M1
Property on South Edisto River, susltlig
the w ng Tracts of Land
The Rocky Sidat Place,
Containing 4,46 Aeres. Upon this place is
a fine Circular Saw Mill, in fine working or4e.
with a plenty of timber. Als, a new WaNean
Dam for a straight aw.
The Toney Plae
Contaning new 80 -- Acre. this
p s agood aw lwitha e ta ld
and savera! very desirane shat.
The NeTyer r -n Place,
Containing about 8,66 Aere. This is a b-0
sirable place for farming purposes. There areabeut
500 acres of good Swamp land upon the Rivand
Creek, about 150 of wbich are cleared and well
ditched. Also, a good dwelling and all necemary
outbuildings, a Saw Mil and Cotton Gin running
by water, fine orehards,&e.
Ig" All of these places are perfectly healthy.
From all of the above MiN-lumber can b'e red
from the dams. Persons wishing to purchame ci
Apply to the subscriber at Edgefeid C: or to
E. S. Mims aon the prmises. .
. .- -.. .T. I .
Aug27,1856. I -.-38i
37 The Charleston Mercury will copy wekly
until forbid, and forward aecount to - R.-T.M.
Village Property for Sale.
T HE subscriber offers for sale his ROUSE.
AND LOT,;situatei in .Edgelild Village,
immediately West of the Planter's Hotel. Sid
Lot contains near FIVE acres of Land, and extends
from the Public Square te Dever-Dk
Kr It will be disposed of on reasonable tarm,
Pessession given on short notice.
..07 With an expenditure of two or ,three hig.
dred dollars it could'be made oec of th most band
some places in the Village. For fartherpartiesbes
call on the undersigned. DL U IO
Aprl3 ,1856. I..t 6O
W ILL be sold to the highest bidder, (Iftnot pro.
vionsly disposed of,) at Edgefield C.H~ Ego
the first Modyi November next, that
Taluable Mil 'ract of Landg.
oN8 ue, a .1 tacre s.
More or les, adjoinng landsofrG. MlLfsver, F.
Posey and others. -
On the -premises are a comfurtable Dwelling
House and necessary outbuildings, barns -stables,
&c., a Saw and Grist Mill, a never -aligwater
power, sufficient for Factory purposes,anaunnc
of fine timber, and enough cleared land for Cotton,
corn and other provision crops. For terms apply
to G. A. ADDISON,'
E. J.MIMS. --
..1 ' . ''.' JB.8ULLU AN..
8ept 24 6Ct4
DRUG8, EEDICINES, &o,.
D~R6. A. G. A "r. J. TEAGUE, rspeot
LIfolly inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drags, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow ns to give a Catalogue in thIs
place of our Stock of Drug.. Medicines, &e. 5sf.
lice it to say, we have the FUL LEST and'
MOST COMPLE TE Stock ever
of'ered in this place.
Edgefleld C. H., May 23 If- 19
Edgefleld Collegiate Institute
7om, ToU~G LIAD.a3U
T HIE next Session will commence on the 22d
1September and continue five month.. For'
particulars see Edgefleld Advertiser of August 6th,
13th and 20th.
C. A..RAYMOND, Pam.
Aug 27 .t - f - 35
T HE Exrises of these Institutions will be re
sume on the third Monday in January next.
As'heretofote, Mr. 'JAMES-L. LESLEY will
act am Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart.
ment of the Male Academy, wilt be conducted by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplished Miss A. E. ARTHUR, and
other competent Teachers.'
Rates of Tuition per Session.
First Class, Primary Deparment,........9 .
Second " Ordinary Engish Branches,..12 00
Third " Higher " " ....15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics,........20 00
Frene), enrotdery, Needle work, &c., usual
The Scholastic year wll be divIded Into two See
ions of five months each. Pupils will be charged
hom the time df entering to the end of the Session,
ruwton in advance.
GoodI Beard can be had lathe lfge a &
58 to $10 per month.
- S. P. GETZEN. -
A. 3. HAMMOND, -
3. C. PORDER,
.8. C. PORE4R ...
A. P. BUTiE.
I. A. SHAW.
Dec 5 If . 47
A LL persons to whom the estate of JohnL Me$g
ris, deemsed, is Indebted, wilt peesentthei.
iaims; and all persona indebted to the said Estter
will make payment toithe undersigned. - ..
W.E.A DERSON, AdEetilsr.*
Nov. 1, 1If - - 4
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