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SALE OF BANK STOCK.
O N Saturday 20th December, prox., there will
be sold to ihe highest bidder, in the J:Ial of
the Bank of Hamimurg, about
Two (2000) Thousand Shares
of. the Capital Stock of said Bank.
T er m s--One-thid or the purchase money
In Cash, and the remainder in equal instalments of
60 days and 4 Months, upon satisfactory notes, bear
ing interest from date.
-A L S O -
At the same time will be sold sundry parcels of
Real Estate belonging to said Bank, consisting of
STORES, DWELLINGS ana VACANT LOTS
in the Town of Hamburg.
TERMS-Twelve months credit upon satisfactory
notes, with interest fror date.
By order of the Board.
JNO. J. BLACKWOOD, Cashier.
Dec. 2, 1856, 3t 47
Hamburg, S. C.
T HE undersigned having purchased the entire
T interest of B. S. Dunbar, in the Mercantile
line iA the Town of Hamburg, may bS found at the
old stand occupied by him on the corner next above
Sibley & Usher, and immediately opposite Ham
mond & Lark.
I have now in store a HEAVY STOCK of al
most every leading article in the
Planters Line of Consumption,
and daily accessions making to my Stock direct from
the Northern ports.
I beg leave to invite my old friends and csto
mers, together with the public at large, to call and
examine my stock beibre making other purchases as
I am satisfied that I can offer them
wtth any other House in the place.
60 Barrels Stewart's Clarified SUGAR.
10 " " Crushed do
50 " " " do
5 Hhds. ohoice Porto Rico Sugar.
10 " '" Muscovado do *
300 -Bags COFFEE, Java, Rio and Mlocha.
Bagging, Rope and Twine.
Georgia and Northern PLAINS.
Osnaburgs 4-4 and 7-8 I lomespuns, Augusta Mills.
Negro llankets and llats,
Beavy Brogans and Ditclers Boots,
Tubs, Pails, Buekets, Flour Canns and Brooms,
Mackerel, whole, half and quarter Brl's. and Kits,
Candles, Soap nod Starch,
20,000 lbs. choice 1-ne -n Sides, (Country,)
Linseed Oil,Train, Lard, Elephant and Machine Oil,
Saddles and Bridles,
Sole and Upper Leather,
Rip Skins, French Calf Skins, Shoe Thread,
2000 Sacks Salt,
5000 lbs Pure White Lead, 500 lbs. Putty in Blad
And many others articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which I am determined to sell
or to approved time customers.
Being always on hand nyself, and keeping a good
supply of competent Clerks, I intend to spare no
pains to effiect sales and please; and last though not
least, always in the Market at the highest prices for
Cotton and other desirable produce.
Hamburg, December 2d, 1856.
The undertigned having disposed of his entire in
terest in the Mercantile business in the Town of
Hamburg to A. Burnside, begs leave in retiring to
return his thanks to his friends an-1 customers at
lage for the very generous patronage bestowed on
him heretofore, and %lould solicit a continuance of
the same towards his successor, whom he recom
mends to them as worthy their patronnae.
B. S. DUNDAR.
g"'P. S. I'"keep my Oficee at the store of Mr.
A. Burnside, whtere I invite my forrer friends and
cu.,tomers having unsettled business with me to call
ad adjust the same. B. S. DUN1JAIR.
Hamburg, December 2d 1856, 4t 47
gg The Abbeville Banner, Laurensville Hlera'd
and Anderson Gazette, will insert four timecs and
forward bills for payment, A . B.
COLU3MBIA, Nov. 29, 1856.
Pursuaut to the request of the Executive Committee of
thme SOUTHERN COMDIERCIAL CONVENTION,
I hereby appoint the following gentlemen as addition
al Delegates to attend said Convention, at Savannah,
Georgia, on the 8th of December next.
JAMES H. A DAMS.
Spartanburg-Rev. W. Curtis. Prof. J. HI. ('arlesef,
Prof. J1. Wofford Tucker, Dr. 13. F. Kilgore, Tr. Stobo
Farrow, Dr C. P. Woodrunr
Colleton--Elias V'anderhorst, Win. Heyward, Dan
iel Blake, Maj. Charles Warley, James B. Heyward,
Barnwell Rthett, Jr.
St. James Santee-E. D. Jerman, John J. Dul'ree,
* E. F. Atiston.
St. Thumas and St. Dennis.-Genrge Elfe, Jan. E.
Datast, Hutson Lee, Alfred lluger, Jr., Rt. K. Furman.
Chlarleston--James G. Holmes.
Dec. 3 It 47
LAND FOR SALE?!
T HI E Subscriber~ being desirous of remnoviung
W est, offers for sale his V A L (A B LE ThtA CT
OF L AMN), containing
Four iludred and Two Acres,
adjoininig lands of W. B. Dorn, Lewis Henderson,
and others. Two hundred acres of said land is
cleared, about forty or fifty acres, of which are line
The plantation is in fimo condition, it all hiavinig
been opened by moe withmn a few years.
Ulponm the pretmises are aflie JDwelling llouse, ex
cellent out buildings, Gin and Serew, &c. Alt of
said imtproivements are tnew.
--. 7/ I am anxious to sell and will do so at a fair
price, and on reasonabh-~ time.
Dec. 2, 1856, . 2t* 47
T-OLLEI) betore moe us atn Estray by Julhn Tur
A.ner, one SOR R ELI JIHURSE, fourteen hamnds
and one inch high, b~aze face, flax mtaiu and tail, left
eye out, and supposed to be about twenty years old,
appraise~d at twenty d. llars. The said horse witl Ibe
founid at .John K. Abtuey's, livintg about twenty-two
miles No:th of Edgetied Court h ouse, on the A n
LE~WIS CUI.BREATH, x E..
* Dre. I, 1856, lm4mt 47
AL L pirsons indebted to. the Subscribers by Note
orAccontut, are regua ted to come forward
and settle as our busness mut'st be closed as soon as
possible. CIlRIlSTllE & MIMIS.
D. ..'. 1856, 3t 37
ALL. persons to whonm the Estate of Mlartha
Ili.wke, I heeased, is itndebited, will pre-sent
their claims, and all piersuns indeblie.d to the said Es
tate, will make paynmenats to the undersigtned. -
ED)WAPD 1IOWLE, ,E
TIIOMAS HO0W1.E. Ex ors
Dec. 1, 1856, .* 4t* 47
A L L Personis are cazutionted against tradling for
a noite of htand given by mte to Leigh &
Tucker, f.'r S100 att.et a isa September Is;6, nind pray
able 1st .hmz 1857, :as the considerations for which
said N ot- was given ha~ve Ihdled itn comtitne up to whtat
was repjrtented aned I am determa~ted to sesist the
payment of the Note. -
M. T. BETTIS.
Nov. 19, 4t 45
A LL~ Persons having any dctmands against the
* is'ate of Lucretia Whittle, dee'd., are herreby
notified to be atnd appeatr tat the Or~dinary's Offico,
on Tuesday 10th hMarch next, (1857,) as the A dmin
istrator intends to mako a final settlemtent of thze
Estate on that day. All thtose itn anywise indebted,
are requested to settle up forthwitht, as lunger indul
gence cannot be given.
1HARTWELL WHIITTLE, Adm'r.
De.. i, i856. 3m 47
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
* IN EQUITY.
Mary Rountree, et al, Bill for Fartilion.
Georgiana Rountree et al.
BY Virtue of an crder from Chancellor Ward
law in this cause I will proeeed to sell at public
Dutery on Tuesday, the 9th December next, at the
residence of the late Dudley Rountree, dee'd., the
TRACT OF LAND described in the bill, eon
ining Five Hundred and Thirty-five acres, more
)r less, and adjoining lands of Wade Glover, the
South Carolina Paper Manufacturing Compat$ and
TEas OF SALE.-A credit of one and two years
rom day of sale, with interest from date, except as
to so much as will defray the costs of suit, which
must be paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond
ith adequate sureties and to pay extra for titles.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov 19 3te 56
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Mary Morris and others,
Wm. Morris and others.
BY Virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
law in this ease, I will proceed to sell at the
Lower Cherokee Ponds, on Wednesday the 10th
lay of December next, the TRACT OF LAND
nown as the Lower Cherokee Ponds, eight miles
rom the Town of Hamburg, containing Five Hun
Ired acres, more or less, bounded by lands of A. J.
Rambo, Bpnjamin Thomas and Seth Butler.
TEas-One thir& of the purchase money to be
3aid in cash-the remainder on a credit of twelve
nonths from the day of sale. with interest from
late. Purchasers giving bonds with ample security
.nd to pay extra for titles.
g The sale will take place at 11 o'clock, A. M.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov 19 4te 46
riE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
S. G Meriwether et al,
DY Virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
Ilaw in this case, I will sell at the late residence
if Francis L. Meriwether, dee'd., on Friday the
12th day of December next,.all the Real and Per
onal Estate of the said F. 1. X1eriw.tler. dee'd ,
ionsisting of ONE TRACT OF LAND. on
3tevens' Creek, on which said deceased lived at the
time or his death, containhing Seven IInndred anf
rwenty-six acres, more or less, hounded by lands
. P. Nixon. Margaret Jones and A. Sharpton. Also)
ABOUT NINETEEN PRIdIE NEGROES,
tock of all kinds. ti sent Crop of Corn. Fodder.
&e., with all such other property us is usually found
>n farms of like dimensioins.
TEiaus-Credit of one, two and three years, with
terest from and after one year from the day of sale.
ersonalty a full ciredit of one year: .
A. SINIKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov 19 4to 40
STATE OF SOUT[H CAIROLINA,
John Newby and others
BY Virtue of an order from Chan. Wardlaw in
this case, I will sill at the late residence of
lohn Newhy, dee'd., on Monday the 15th day of
Decemnber next, the real estate of the said Levi
ewhy, dee'd., consi-.ting of ONE TRACT OF
AND, on Savannah Rtiver, containing Tfhree
[hndred and Fifty' aeres. imore or less, bounded
y lands or Charles Freeman, Pleasant Searles, A.
.lartin and others.
Tanxs.-A credit of twelve months from day of
tale except costs which nmust be paid in casht. Pur
~hasers gvinig bond with ample security and to p'ay
~xtrac for titles. A. SIMKINS, C..Ec D.
SNov 19 ______ 4te 46
STATE OF.SOUTHI CAROLINA,
P)Y virtue cf nn order from Chan. Wardlaw, in
.) this ease, I will sell at Edgefield, C. II. on the
ist Mlondlay in January next, the following real Es
ate of Arthur Dozier, deensed, to wit: The
103IOlSTrE A I) PL AC E, containing fifty (50) acres,
nre cr less, Uoundetd byv lands cof D~aniel Living
ton. The alcCAlRTY PL.\CE-, co~ntaining one
undred (100) acres, more or Ic se, bounded tby lands
if Daniel Livingston, George Long, liennet Perry
Tsans-A credit cif twelve months from clay of
talc, except costs, which must ihe paid in enish. Pur
hasers giving bonds with ample seenrity and1 to pay
extra for tithes. A. SIlKIN S, C.E.E.D).
Nov. 20th, 185G, fit .l6
B)Y an order friom, W. F. I ursoe, Orina:ry of
.LEdgetield D istrict, I will proceed to. sell at my
esidence, on the 15th. of Dcemb.-,r next, at ten
clock, all thec personal property of 1). K. M~enlin.,,
eeased, consisting of one NEGi1(0 FLlLOW.
me GOLD) W.\TCII and CII-\IN, andI some oth
r articles not necessary to maetioin.
TEans of the sale, on a credit untih the first ofr
JOliN P. M E.\ LINO, A dm'r.
Nov. 25th, 1850, 3t*d
B Y an order from the Ordinary. I will prncedc
to sell at tho late residence of Edward Cole
an, deceasedl, on the 9th Decemnber next, all the
ersonal property of said deceased,costign
27 likely NegroI
Eousehold andc Kitchen 1Furniture. Corn. Fodder,
cott on Seed, hlorses, Mules, Cows and Calves, llogs,
rlatation andl Diacksmith Tools, one Buggy, one
W neon. &c.
TrEnst--All sunms of and under $2 ensh:. all sums
over Sea, on a credit of twelIve months. with inter
est fromt day cif sale. Purchasers will be required
o give niotes acnd two cor more gooid personal securi
ties. The right of property not changed until the
the terms of sate are comuplied with, and if not com
>ied with, will b~e re-somld at the first piurchatser's
risk. CAO.\OLNE Y.\RUlOUGIJ, Ex'ix.
Nov. 22d. 1850. 2t 46
P. S.-Up~jon examinin:g th~e Will o.f Edward
oeman, deceasced, the OIrdinan-y f.eels constrained
to revoke the above ordler for Sacle of his property.
and leaves ti e IExecutrix to act upon her own ex
W. F. DURISOlt, Ordinary.
Nov. 26 1856.1
N. B.--I amt: regnested tio say that the above
Sale h:as been indeflinately post: imedl. I
TIp IE Subscriben will sell at public outcry, at his
I residence, on the 15ith Dcembner next, his.
aluable tract of hand, lying on lied ihank Creek,
adjining lands of .James Ilichardlson and others.
About 150 of which is goodl woodlandl, wil~tst the
renainder is in Sime c~ondit ion and produces well.
I will sell at the samieime and piee my) Stoek of
lorses, Cattle and Ihogs, and one set of Black
smith's Tocols. Terms. :a eredit of twelve moanths,
with interest from date. Purchasers to give Notes
with two-securities. All sunts under live dollars,
csh. WJLLI A M FOY.
Nov 10, 5t 44
Fresh supplies! !
TUST received fine and fresh supplies of
Sean~ :und Butter CRACKERS;
E XT RAC TS fior f\avouring Custards, &c.;
Figs, Currants, P'ruues, Northen A pples, Mus.
tard, English Pickles, Supecrior White Pickling
Vinegar, Fine A pple Vinegar, Cheese, Maccaroni,
&c., for Fale by G. L. PENN, A gent.
N.v 19 tf 45
- Negroes Wanted.
IIE Subseriber wishes to pur.chase 25 or 30
Negroes. My address is Mine Creek, P.
0., S. C. S. J. WA TSON.
Nov. 26, 1856, 3t 56
Bides, Hides1 Hides;
I WILL buy 500 good hides delivered at my
EDMUND PENN, Aomrr.
On.2 185 m42 n
Bliss' Dyspeptic Remedy.
IT is customary now-a-days for the proprietors and
I propellers of patent medicines to array before the
public eye in the most glowing colors, accounts of
miraculous cures, and at the same time complain of
the poverty of the English language as being inade
quate to convey ideas that would do justice to their
medical preparations. Now, the proprietor of the above
named preparation don't intend to pursue any such
course, but will be content to say, candidly, to the
people, what his preparation lis done and will do.
he DYSPEPTIC REMEDY needs no such prop
ping up by any such cunningly devised fables, which
are all "stuff" and "gammon.s' All the proprietor
intends saying is, what diseases it will cure-how it
will cure-and why it will cure. He will not advise
its use -s any single disease, without giving good and
substantial and philosophicaL reasons. If the reasons
don't appear at the time lie advises its use for any
particular disease, they will soon after. BLISS'
DYSPEPTIC REMEDY is the only reliable prepa
ration now before the people for all diseases of the
Stomach, and those other diseases that have their
origin in disease of that organ. It has again and
again cured, when all other preparations have failed.
Its merits have been discussed by physicians in coun
sel. It has often been pre-judged and thrown aside
by physicians and consigned to the tomb of quack
humbugs, and afterwards restored toa more congenial
clime on terra firma, to be administered to their worn
out and exhausted patients, and with the most perfect
success. It has been tested and recommended by the
most eminent physicians of the country, and one and
all who have thoroughly tested it in good faith, are
unanimous in its praise. It will cure the worst forms
" LIVER DISEASE," .
and a great many other diseases having their origin
in Disease of the Stomach.
For the above mentioned diseases, it is a sovereign
remedy, and will not fail in etr'cting a cure if the
patient is not too penurious togrsevere in the taking
of the Remedy. If one package don't cure you, try
another, and another, and still another, and keep on
doing so, and rest assured it will not fail in accom
plishing all that is promised. It is impossible to state
the exact number of packages that will be required to 1
effect a cure, but take it, and keep on taking it. and
it will do the work-this you may rest assured of;
and another thing you may rest assured of, that you
cannot take it long without seeing and feeling that it
has already begun to benefit you; and if so, continue,
presevere in the taking of it, take it regularly, and
follow out all the directions.
The REMEDY is for sale by Das. A. G. & T. J.
TEAGUE, Edgerield C. H. S. C. and who will send
it by mail, to any address, on receipt of $2, price of
Nov. 26 It 46
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Alary Williams and others
o s Billfjr Partition.
Narcissa Nunn and others.
B Y Virtue of an order from Chancelloi Ward
law i this case, I wi:1 proced to sell at
the first-mentioned of the tracts given below, on
Wedntsday the 31st of this month, the following
lands, negroes &c.
1. A tract of land, situate in Edgefield District,
containinc five hundred and twenty seven acres,
nure or less, and adjoining lands of William Cole
man, Edward Coleman and others. This is the
tract of which Joel Abney, Sen'r., late of this dis
trict, died seized and possesed.
2. Another tract of twenty-five acres, adjoining
the former tract. and upon which are Merchant,
Saw and Grist Mills. This property is upon Saluda
river, is exceedingly valuable, and ought to com
mand the attention of all pers:ns seeking safe real
I will a!so sell at the same time and llace, the
following negro slaves, viz: Primas, 'hil, Jack,
Mourning, Joanna and her child Ben, Edie. Josh
and Wade; And all and singular the other chattels
on sAid premiises held in common by the parties here
interested,or by any two or more of them, consist
ing of three mules, one horse, a stock of cattle and
hogs, household and kitchen furniture1 corn, fodder
and oats, one four horse wagon and gear, two seits
of Blacksmnith's tools, andi vairious implements of
TIEnats OF SALE.--A eres'it, as to the land, of one
and two years, and as to the personality of one year
fronm the day of sale, with interest from uddte of sale ;
cxcept as to so much as may be required to defray
the costs of these proceedings, which mnust be punte
tually paid in cash.
The purchase money is to be secured by Bonds,
with anmplc pemanal. surgqjes.. And purchasers arp
to pay extra for tites. A 1MINS, c.E.E.D.
JDee 2,4t 47
THlE STATE OFS80'UTHI CAROLINA,
Luther Wil~iamtrs and others |
vs ). Bill for Par.
C. Bruce Walker and wife,
and others. J
..law in this case, I will proceed to sell at the
residence of ,John Li. hlarmon in this District (known
as " Winter Seat") on Tuesday thot 23rd of the
present mtonth, the following personal property, viz:
Seven negro shaves, llarper, l'hebe, John, Jeff,
Dallas, lien and Pete.
Also, at Edgefield Couirt Hlouse, on the first Mon
day in .lsazuar'y next, the tol!owing realty : A
Tract of Itand sittuate in l1,uefield IDistriet, contain
lng seventy aicres, motre or less, now in po'ssessioni
of .lam,,es. Aturotr, anud aljointingr hinds of .Jamies
F. Adamts, D~aniel P're.-c'tt anud Williama Prescott.
'iTRiEs OF SA.E.-lith as to landh atnd Negroes:
A credit of twelve nmonths front the day of sale with
interest from date, except as to so ,mutch as may be
required to defray the costs of thtis suit, which mu.<t
be punctually paid in cash. Titles to be paid for
Thie porchitse money is to bc secured by Bonds
with ample p'ersonal sureties.
A. SIKINS, C.E.E D).
Dec. 2, 3t 47
State of South Carol ina.
Heniry deninings, and other.?, )
re. . Petition for Sale
TY ant order fromt Chatncell,'r Wardh wv, in this
.1 caceo, I will proceed to sell, at Edgefield C. 11.,
on the first Miondhay itn Jantuary next, the following
narro shaves, viz: Charles, Sally and .inm.
TEnats-A eredit of twelve M''tnthis, with interest
fronm the dtay of sale, ex'ep~t as5 to se' much as maty be
refluiredl to (leftray the e.'sts of this proceeding. whieb
moust h~e paid in caish. Punrchase moaney to be sectuted
by bondas with tamle perso~natl sttreties.
A. SalKIS, .E.E.D.
IDec. 1, 1S56,5t4
STATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
WC.Corley, et. al.)
I1Y virtue of tin order fromi W. F. Durisoe, Or
. miary of Edgelield I )istrict, in' the atbove stai
ted case, I shall pro'eedh to sell ''n the first Mlondlay
in .latnuary next, ttt Edgefield Court Ilouse, the
Real Esttate of Adkin Curley, decetised, situated in
thme Ilistrict afoaresuid, on thme waiters of Dorton's
Creek, waiters of Stavanmnah River, adjoining lan~dsof
Jamnes htlack well and Catlet Corley. containting one
hundred acres, more or less.
Tsaats-A credit of twelve months, purchasers
giving hiond with good securities, aind a mortgage of
the premises to the Ordinary to secure the purchase
money. Coat to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
pay extra for titles.
JIAS. EID)SON, S.E.D.
Dec. 2, 1856, 5t 47
I0-ru R E6lIMENT, S. C. MI.
IDRY CREEK, Nov. 22, 1856.,
ORDERS. NO. -
A COURT [l MA RTIA L, for the tritil of Deftiul
ters in Mlilitia nnd Patrol duty, wvill be held at
Richardson's on Fridazy the 5th December next ;
Captains of the Companies comprising this Regi
mient, are herebay natilled to instrutct tat least one
Comns.it'ned Olicer of their' resptective comp'anies.
toattttenid as nteimbers.
1.i' it. Col. I'olloway, will ac~t as President.
.liy order of S. J. WATSON,
Col. 10th Reg't. S. C. Ml.
JAut Es WurE Adj't.
Nov. 26th, 1856, 2t 4th
A LL persons indebted to the Subscriber by note
or otherwise, are respectfully notified to settle
by the first of January.'
J. II. H OLLTNGSWORTHT.
Nov. 25th, 1856 ,tf 46
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
1 ,'EDICINE CASES-for sale by
I A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggist.,
May 23 tf
CHARLESTON, S, C,
EVERY FRIDAY, at 9 o'clock, A. M. from
BROWN & CO'S WHARF.
Inlanid Route for Pilatka, Florida,
Via, b5ort and Hilon Head, S.. C., Savannah,
Darien, Brunswick asd St. Mary's, Geo., Fer
nandina, Jacksonville and Picolata, Fla.,
and all intermediate landings.
-THE NEW AND QUPERIOR STEAMER
L. M. COXETTER, Commander. Late of
R. H1. STEWART.Mate. the .
. L. F. ROUX, Purser. I Carolina.
W ILL commence her trips, as above, early in
December. The "EVERGLADE" has
been built under the special superintendance of her
officers, expressly for this route, having elegant,
roomy and improved passenger accommodations.
Liberal deductions from the customary rates for
transportation of Negroes and Plantation appurten
ances will be made to Emigrants.
Connections will be made at the above places with
conveyances, thence into the interior.
Freights will be re-shipped from this place, as
well as from Pilatka. to points beyond on the St.
John's and Oelawaha. Rivers, without charge.
WILLAM M. TUNNO, Agent.
North Commercial Wharf.
Charleston, Nov. 24 1856 5 46.
T HE Subscriber having become sole proprietor
of this well-known House, respectfully in
forms the citizens of Edgefield and adjoining Dis
tricts, that he will now use his utmost endcavors to
Live UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. Ile in
tends in a short time to make considerable improve
ments to the House and Stables, in order to accom
date all who may favor him with their patronage:
flis TABLE henceforth shall be constantly sup
plied with the best that can be had, and served up
in a style that must please. It will, in short, be his
ole purpose to feed the hungry and satisfy the
cravings of the thirsty, and for this purpose ample
arrangements have been made. -
[gr A ttentive Servants and good Ostlers will
ever be in attendance.
Thankful for the generous patronage he has re
ceived, he hopes by strict attention, tu merit liberal
eneouragement in the future.
B. J. RYAN.
Nov 26 tf 46
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, S. C.
FE ILS thanklul for. the very liberal patronage
F of his Friends and the Public generally, and
still solicits a share of tfieir patronage. Hie is now
Sugars, Coffees, Cheese, Goshen Butter Pickles,
Preserves, Spices, Raisins, Crackers, dandles,
Soaps, Mackeiell, Family Flour. Buckwheat
Flour, Brooms, Buckets. Tobaccos,
Segars, Macaroni, Wines and
Brandies of all qualities, Su
perior Wheat Whiskey,
Rye and Bourbon
and all other kinds that
are kept in this Market or Augusta,
or any other Market this side of Jordan.
cgr All GOODS put up by himself are warrant
ed to be of the best of articles.
UTnmburg, Nov. 25, 1856, tf 46
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I will proceed
to sell at the late residence of John Kirksey,
dee'd., at Pottersville, on Wednesday the 3d day of
December next all the personial property of said
Estate, not otheiwise disposed of, consisting in part
of Household aind Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Fodder,
Shnekts, &c., two yoLna Oxen, Cowse and Calves,
Hoe. Planntationi and Blacksmith Tools. &c. ke.
Teats.-For all s'ms under ten ($10) dollars
csh ; for all sums over that amount, on a credit of
twelve mouths, with interest from date. Purchasers
will be required to give note with two good securi
ties. Trho right of pmoper~v not changed until the
terms of sale are complied .. th, and if not complied
with, will be re sold at the, first purchasers risk.
E.p P.1KIRKSEY, Actimig Ex'or.
Nov. 14, I850. 2t 45
B Y an ordcr fiom W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, we
w'ill prIo(ced to sell at the late residencee of
M rs. Sarah Lahlorde, dec'd., on Tuesday the I 6th
December next, all the Personal Estate oif said de
Eight Likely Negroes,
Tousehold ancQ Kitchen Furn.iture, C'orn, Fodder,
Shuks, onie Carriage and one Wagon, llores.
Cows, Ilogs, &c.*
Trnus-AII sums of and under $19, eashi-aTi
sums over ten dla~rs on a credit of twelve imonths.
with interes~tt fromt da:te. Purchaisers w"illbe required
to givec nities with two 'ar more securities. Righit
of~ property tnt changed untmii terms are cotmpli,-dl
with ;i.m! if the. .trmts are not comopliedl withm. the.
prprty to be re.sold at th.- first pu~rchaser's risk.
P. F. LAJBORJ)E. j lix'ors.
Nov 24 St 46
I )Y an order fronm W. F. Durisoe, Oirdinairy of
]) Edgeliuld District, I will p.roce~ed to, sell at th,
late ri sidenice of l)udley llountr-:e, dee'dl , near the
Paper M i ,\lanufacturing Coimpanty. on Tueisday
9th Deecember next, all the personal Estate of anid
Deceasud, consisting of
29 Likely Young Negroes,
among them three boait hands, ilouse Servants and
field hans-alsmo, House-holdl and Kitchen Furni
ure, Corn, Vodder-, Peas, Potatoes, 'horses, .lules,
Oxen, Cows and Calves, hlogs.-&c., also, Plantation
Tools, one Buggy, one Ox Cart, one I Horse Cart.
'fi:Mus- All sunms under $20 cash-aill sums over
tha.t am'unt on a credit of twelve mionths, with in
ter+t from tihe day' of sahe, pur chasers to give m'otes
with two good see'nrities ; thet rigtht of prope~rty not
chnged umitil the termls of sale ame conmplied with,
and if not conmplied wvitht, will be re-sold at the first
JOS. IlIGIIlTOWER Adm'r.
Nov. 15, 1S56. 3t 45
UILL be sold on the 9th day of De-cember
i next, at the late residence of Mrs. Ann F.
Williams. dee'd., three miles belowv Cambridge, the
valuble Ti-act of Land whereon'the deceased lived
at the timte of her death, containing
Nine Hundred and Twenty Acres,
af ore or less, about 400 acres of which is in virgin
forest. Andl, also, will be sold ait the same time
ad plaice, the Stock .of Cattle and Fat H ogs, Corn,
Fodder. Wheat, Oats, Plantation Tiools, I Isusehold
and Khiehen Fturniture. Said hmnd and oilier pro
p~eriy to be sol for division by the distributees, viz:
Alary F'. Williams, Samuel K. Dorders and his
wife Saraht M.
(fg Terms made known on day .f sale.
F. G. MARTIN, AGENT.
Nov 12 4t 44
State of southa Carolina.
Elijah Watson, Trustee, Bill for sale of
ada. Tr~ust property,
Tillman Watson, and others.) &c.,
B~Y virtue of an order from Chan. Wardlaw, I
.will expose to sell on Monday the 8th day of
Deceber next, at the residence of Mrs. Chloe
Watson, two NEGRO SL AVES, belonging to the
Trust Estate of Mrs. Sarah Raiford, deceased, to
wit : Bella and her child Jane. On a credit of twelve
months, with interest from day of sale. The pur
chser to give bond with two good and suflic-nt
sureties for the purchase money.
ELIJAH WATSON, Trustee.
SNov. 24, 1656. 2te 46_
B y an Order from W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary of
Edgefield Distriet, I will sell at the late resi
dence of J. Henry Christian, dee'd., on Thtursday
the 4th December next, all the personal propert3
of said deceased, consisting of Household and
Kitchen Furniture, Cattle, &c., &c.
ggTerms make known on day of sale.
GUY BROAD WATER, Adm'r.
wr.v 19 Jt 4
The fAicnds of Co. WILLIAM QUATTLrsum reed
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
17 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff of Edgefield District.
07 TnE Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the.upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
97 Ta Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
OTThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
ensuing election. .
7 The Friends of Mr. Ml. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collee.
tor of Edgefield at the nexf election.
ETThe many friends of Mr. THOS. B. REESE,
announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collector of
Edgefield District, -at the ensuing election.
WI' The k riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elee
07 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
37 The Friends of Mr. CHAS. .\. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
Dentist r y,
T HE Subseriber has opened an
Office at Ryan's Hotel, w-here he
will attend to any businees pertaining
to his Profession. Allen's Patent Teeth, Curvilin
ear Gum and Block Teeth, from
Single Teeth to Entire Setts, -
Put up in a style to please the most fastidious.
Dentists 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. .-A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 tf 29
TO THE AFFLICTED.
D 11. TITAYR, Homeopathic Physiciun, Sar
geon, and Accoucheur, 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,
11. R. TIIAY ER, M. D.
A; rilii tf 12
A ERICAN HOTEL, tt
1 LCENTRE STREET, HAMBURG, S. 0.
0. P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
Marlh 12, 185I . Iy. 9
W E ivitethe attention of the public to the fol
loin arrangements for the ensuing year :
The Male Academy
Will continue under the control of Mir. JAMaES L.
LESLY, whose long espe-rience and untiring eftorts
for the advancement of his pupils ought to command
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Sessi'n.................20.00'.
The Female Academy,
In which small Boys will be admitted, will be con
ducted by Mlr. J. H. MlORRIS, with competent
This gentleman has ,had six or eight years expe
rience in teaching, hats always given entire satisfac
tion, and from his acknowledged ability and enerey,
he deserves the patronage of the public. Thle
Trustees at Cross l11ll, where lhe has been teaching
-all gentlemen of intelligence-recommend him as
"eminently qualified toe give instruction in all the
tranchees of a thorough educationt." We may add
that Mir. LESLY fully endorses this favorable olein
liArES OF 'TUITION ER sEssioN.
First Class, Primar-y Department..........9.00
Second "Orditnry Engclish Brainch-e-..12.n0
Thir-d " Iligheer " " ...15(00
Fourth " Greek, Latin and French...1.00
.tuvie......-.... .......... .......... 20.00
'fle Scholastie var will be divided inito two set
sumns of live moneths each. Pupils will be chargedl
fronm the timie of enterincg to the end of the session.
TI e exercises will commnene-e on the Iirst .\lomlay
B.ard can be had ine thle village at fronm $8 to'$!
.-N. P. GET'ZEN. .
A. .1. II A3MMOND),:'
S. W. G AIJNElt, 7
.J. C. P'ORTER,
A. P'. Il'TLER, ?
HI. A. SIJA W,3
Niiv. 5 tf 43
SELLNG OFF AT REDUCED PRICES.
7111E Subeseiier deszrous of mcaking .a chamzte
I.in ii.business on'ers f-or selde lies L.\ RG E~ aml
SP'LEN D D
Assior-tmuent of Fuurniturec,
comprising EVERY ARTICLE usually found
in the- most cemp'ete Cabeinet Estab'sh menets. at such
prices as cenmnot fail to stisfy pureas.---s. ('. me,
now, all who want cheap aced line FURNITUJRE.
anid exameine mty Stock.I
I still continue the sate of the M ET A LLIC and
ROSE WOOD BURIA L CASES. and aelso leave
constatly on hand a gooed hot or WVOOD COF
FINST, all sizes, which I will selt at emd..rate pricesI
.JOH N AM. W ITT.
Oct. 1. 1856, a t f 3R
Village Property for Sate,
TIIE Subseribers on'er for sale the
U1OUE and LOT known aes the e
residence of Capt. Johen Lipscomib, de
ensed, in the Village of Eidgefleld.
'fle House is large and cnmmodious, contacin
ing nine or ten roomes, well constructed and in
good repair ; heavinig all the necessary outbtuildings
The Lot contains 15 acres. This place is, as n
resideuce beauetifuelly and conveniently situated.
The property- may be treated for perivately if ap
plication be nmade soon.
JAS. N. LIP'SCOMB3,
Nov 4 tf 43
iliu ale-H ouse anfdLit
I WILL sell at private sale, my HOUSE anid
L.OT situated near the Court Ijouse. It is well
adapted for a Hlotel or Private Boaerding hlouse. It
contains about Seventeen Rooms. Also, three
Offices on the pr-emises containing Six Rooms,
which can be rented out or used asrooms for Board
rs. Also, Stables for Fifty Hor-ses, conveniently
located. I will sell a bargain in the above property
if applied to soone. GEO. A. A DDISON.
Nov 18 3t 45
For Sale, Property that will
I WILL sell my STORE HOUSE at present oe
ccped by R. HI. Sullivan-price low and terms
accommodating. If rot sold by the 20th December,
it will be renited foer the next year.
JT. B. SULLIVAN.
Nov 19 6t 45
A LL persons to whom the Estate of Jlames
Weathersby, deceased, is indebted will pre
sent their claims, and all persons Indebted to the
said Estate, wIll make payments to the undersIgned.
W. L. ANDERSON, Adlinistrato:r
No. , 185n5.f a
H E N R Y DA L Y,
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS!
AT WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL
00 WORTH of the above Goods
carefully selected from the besf
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Will be sold at very snall advance on Cost.
W The SubscriLer solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends belore purchasing elsewhere.
Wr Tuaats.-Retail, Cash. Wholesale, time with
approved paper. No second price asked.
Unqler U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta. Ga., Sept 22, 6n 37
NEW FALL AN D WINTER
rTHE Subsersber is now receiving his Stock of
I Fall and Winter Goods, which
he invites his friends and customers to call and ex
amine. They have been selected with great care
ais to STYLE and CHEAPNESS, and will be
..old low to prompt paying and cash buyers. In hi
Stock may be found a fine assortment of
Plaid, Black and Morselale SILKS
Galn 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;
Faney and Black Ginahams and Calicos;
A very fine assortment of CLOAKS of the latest
and most fashionable styles;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing;
Embroidered Collars and Infants Waists;
A fine assortment of Ladies' L. O. Hankerchiefs;
A large Stock of Hosiery and Glovea;
Opera Flannels; Red and White Flannels;.
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannels;
Sattinetts, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans;
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 BoyE
Shoes; Ladies and Misses Shoes and Negro Shoes:i
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 ol
which will be disposed of at astonishing low prices.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
Oct I tf 38
Edgefield C. U., S. C.
T HE undersigned respectfully call the attentios
of the public to their new and excellent Stock o:
At the stand formerly occupied by Mr. Lod Hill
and adjoining Mr. John Colgan's Merchant Tailoi
Shop, where they are prepared to supply all orders a
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Our Rooms are always filled with a great variety o
the latest and most fashionable FURNITURE
of our own manufacture. Our present Stock con
ists of a No. 1 lot of
Bur ea us, W ar dr ob es,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, 01TOMANS,
Book Casesr- Tables, Washstands,
A magnificent assortment of.
&e., &e., &e.
We will also make COFFINS to order, at the
shortest notice, and at reduced rates.
Wr REPAIRING old Furniture promptly at
We arc determined to give satisraction to all wh<
may favor us with their patronage, and hope ti
merit a liberal share or encourncement.
MAItKERT & GOTTSCHIALK.
Nov 12 '- .7t -44
Cotton Plantation for Sale.
HAVING more I:md I wish, I ofler for sale Fiv
.i IIlundred. One Thousand or Fifteen Hlundre!
Acres of PRIMEi COTTON LAND-in a boda
or sepa.rately to suit purchasers-lying on Souti
E:disto River. two' mices distant from Bamberg,
Station on the A ugu~sta Branch of the S. C. Hal
Road. Three foimts of the Tract is high Ham
m,'ek, subject to n" aoverfllw. The River is dlamnec
out fromn the. remaliin~g portion.
With ordinamry se:asonis these Lands will yield
from, t ,100 to 1.500 lbs. of Cottnn-from 30 to 6(
bushels of Corn-from 15 to 30 bushels of whea
I have tested thehehhm or this section. and hay
mnc reside.d in the 'upper portion of the State, fee
that I cnn safely say that it will compamre favorambl3
withm any part of the State of which I have any
Tho-se Lands niay be bought on a credit of foui
years att SWO per acre-or, for one third cash, ba|
anee on a cr,:dit of three years, at $7 per acre.
There is a good Dwelling I louse, Negro Houses
Out Housttes, &c.. on the place. Three hiundred
acres cleared land-00 acres first and second year,
Those who may wish further Information as to th.
qiuality or the Land and health dI the place. I bet
h-ave' to refer to Col. P. S. Felder and l ir. Aiexan
der Sally. Grah:,m's Turn Out, Barnwell District:
Gen Buchanan. Winnsboro, and Col. Jacob Stro
man, Blackvilke, Barnwell District.
J. al. BUCH ANAN.
Nov. 12 tf 44
W Atbeville linnner, wtl please insert the
above till lat .anuary, and forward the bill to J. M
B.. VTamberg, S. C.
AT THE SOUTHERN
Saddle & Harness-Manufactory
C AN be found the best Stock of the followinj
nanmed Goods ever offered for sale in thi
Saddles and Bridles of all Kinds.
-TRUNKS, VALISES and CARPET BAGS,
Every variety and style of
Coach, Buggy and Wagon Harness
KEIBEL'S Patent Mlachine stretched BELTINIi
of all widths., alwvays on hand, and warranted.
W R EPA1R[NG done at short notice witll
neatness and despatch.
IIT All we ask is a trial, and we are bound tc
pl-nse in price and quality.
HATCH & BEGBIE,
Under the Augusta Hotel.
Augusta, Nov 12 ' 3m 44
I Want and must have Money|
T lE Subscriber intending to make a change ii
Lh is business as soon as possible, earnestly re
quests all persons indebted to him to pay up forth
with, as lie is wanting money amnd must have it.
hope all who are interested in this notice will givi
pronipt attention to it. I do not wish to be harsh
with anty of my creditors.
GOODS AT COST !
Desirous, as above stated, of closing my business,
will sell the remainder of my valuable Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.,
AT COST for CASH. Persons in want of greal
hargains should call roon. If not disposed of by
the 25th Dec. next, they will then be auctioied of
to the highest bidder. S. C. STROM.
Nov 17 if 45
O~N the Martintows Road, near Fox Creeli,
~JOILQOF ROPE. which the owneC cat
get by paying for this notice, and fifty cents to th<
boy who found it. Enquire at Mrs. Bunolh's.
DRY GOODS AND EILIERY.
BAMES HENEY is now ning, in.the stoire
formerly ceupied by J. Banerof, (opposite
to Clark & Co.'s Jewelry Store,) a obelpemsmit
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
selected from the best stocks of the New Yorkn1ar
ket, to an examination of which he respIetfaly in
vlies his frieias and the public generally. 'ehv
ing paid particular attention to the selection of,
Dress Goods and Eabroideries,
persons who may be pleased to favor him with a
call, may be sure of having the newest styles. His
stock comprises the following articles:
Rich DRESS SILKS;
Plain and Printed DeLaines;
Lupin's French Merinces;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinoes -
Lupin's bilk Bombas'nes;
A superior quality of black Silk;.
English an& American Prints;
Lapin's Alpaoas, of superior texture;
Real Welsh Flannels;
Plain Red "
Silk Warp "
Irish Linens and Long Lawns*j& -
Scotch and Russia Diapers ;
liuckabacks, for Towelling;
8-4 and 10-4 Table Linens;
IDamask Napkins ;
Snparior Pilliow-case Linens;
Allendale, Lancaster and Marsilles Quilts
A large assortment of Ribbons%
Silk Belts and Belt Ribbons;
Alexander's Kid and Silk Gloves; C
Ladies and Gent's Merino, Sik aud Camer.
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Hoiery
A large assortment of Dress Trinmings
Laces, of all ualities;
-iem-Stitehed, Bordeted and Einb'd Handker.
Mourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets
Misses Collars and Sleeves, sep-rate or-in sett
Embroidered Collars and Sleeves, seperat ori
Infant's Embroidered Waists and Dresses -
Swiss and Jaconet Bands;
Edgings and Insertings;
Whalebone Skelleton Skirts; -
Embroidered and Engenie Skirts;
Bleached and Brown Allendale and Georgi
Ladies' Shawls, Black and Colored;
Chenile and Broche S-arfs;
Some beautiful Stella Shawls;
Cloaks, of the various styles now worn;
Pantaloon Stuff'. Umbrellas -
And many oth desirable 'goods too numerous to
To which is added Mrs. Heney's beautiful supply
of Millinery Goods.
. Mrs. 1leney desires her old friends and the pub.
lie generally, to examine her stock, as she -lhsa
superior one to any she ever had.
Augusta, Nov. 18 1856. tf - 45.
MEN'S AND BOYS FALL & WINTER
HATS, CAPS, &C.
C LAYTON & KENNEDY, Auguda,
Ga., respectfully invite their country friends
and customers to.call and examine their .LARGE
and WELL SELECTED Stock of
Ready Made Clothin&
rFurnishing Goods, HatsaCaps, &c.
Comprising every variety and style- that can be
found In the Augusta marxet. ' "
They are determined to sell CHEAP, andhoe
to furnish good and well msd-e articles, that wil
give satisfaction. - . - - -
g 'Their .Store is. under the'Eigit #1.
whre persons wishingtobuy will do -wull~t~il~
before urchi ng leheu
WE 0, RRICE & 00.
DRAPERS AND TAILOQS
Are nowr WELL SUPPLIED with a chofek stock of.
And hsCassimeres, Vestings,
Adall other Goods for Winter wear, imported
by ourselves. Gentktmen leaving orders foray
article of Clothing may be assured of gettin F1NE
and GOOD GOODS, and made up in godand -
WM .PRICE & CO.,
Drapers and Tailors.
Augusta, Oct 28 tf 42
LALLERSTEDT & DEMING,
HAVE now on hand the largest Stock of Ne
gro or Plantation Goods ever.
offered in this City, consisting in part of the
White Macinaw 9-4 BL ANK ETS, st as low pri-.
ces as the Blue Blankets, and far heavies'.
They arc the only House who have Georgia
Rehl. ya best GEORGIA Pt.A INS, " all wool fil
ing." Other brands or Kerat-vs also on hund.
l.INSEYS, OsNA BU RGS, s T R IPES and
-IE AN ES of ev'ery varie'ty. Thtose visiting our
City would do well to exanhine our Stock before pur
chasing elsewhere -A mong their
Black Gro de Rhine Sll.K! ;
F'aney Brocade and striped Pon de Soir SILK,
varving fro~m 62) ctu to S5 per yard ;
Every variety Paris Printed Meaalin DeL'ains;
CA LICOES, large assortment and varied in
Embroideries of every description;
Linen Cotton and Thread Trimmiings;
" " " Flouncings; -
Hoops, Mohair, Cohores and Corded Skirts;
CR ENOLINE or Sardinia SKIRTING. th e la
test and most desirable article for Ladies 8kirting,
two yards wide;
Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS-and TALMAS;
Brown and Bleached Homeapuns, with a large
actortment of Casaimeres, Sattinetta, Janes, &e.,
for Men's wear;
Linen Lawvns, Diapers, Damaska, Sheeting, &c.,
With every v'ariety of Goods suitable to the season,
to which they invite the attention of all visiting our
gr" Orders carefully and punotually attended 'to.
A ugusta,-Oct 20 tf ,41
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & 00.,.
NEAR THE LOWER MARKET HOUSE,
HJAVE received their new and beautiful assort.
metof Gold and Silver Hunting and open face
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,.
Consisting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold. Stone ad
all Gold Setta; - -
.Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Chains, lin
ger Rings, Buons, &c.-;
Silver and Plated Tea and.Table Spoons, Forks,
Ladles, Salt Spoons, Sugar Shovels, &e ;
Ivory, Pearl and Torteise She 1 Card Cases;
Pocket Books, Portmonaies, Knives, Seissors,.
Walking and Sword Canes;
Coltj'a Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
A large assortment of CLOCKS, at priees-vyizaht
from $1 and upwards, to which we call the stena-.
tion of our Carolina friends ad the publie generanl
. Augusta, NovS5 - t 43'
IiANTED), a single inp;or'id~
and experienced iiantins4*ms'
and aober-to take charge-of aFan
'three miles'above Augusta, and oppye - 4~'(,
Chas. Hammond, Esq,., for the ensay*.
Apply to - - J.IL.W4E
Nr.o - At