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Demwcralic 3ourna, Dernote to ilje Suty an Southyern ftigbts, poitics, Catest fetioz, citerature, 1I0Vdai?1 iemptraue, triutnre,
"We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it must fall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins."
SDIKINS, DURISOE & CO., Proprietors. EDGEFIELD, S. C., OCTOBER 21, 1857. "O' - -1
iDULIIRD EVERY WEDNEBDAY MORtaNN.
L, OWUINS, D. R. DRISOE & ELIJR IEESE,
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stood that contracts for yearly advertising are con
fined to the immediate, legitimate busmess of the firm
or individual contracting.
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Announcing a Candidate (not inserted until paid
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paid by the Magistrate advertising.
ES TABL ISHMENT,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
JOHN M. WITT,
having j.ust re
turned from New York with a most COMPLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that be is now prepared to exhibit as beautiful
and well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
FURNITURE as can be found in the Southern
States. This Stock -elected with great care,
and he flatters himself, with much tate and jndg
ment,--was bought for CASH at reduced fir
ures, and consequently will be offered as LOW
as can be afforded. My large assortment consists
in part of
A splendid variety (if fine and superfine
A rih lot-all styles-of Ro-ewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany lhbraries,
SECRETARIES WITJI BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and blahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
PAR LOR S0FAS,
Improved styles of Rtosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK TABLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stand~s withs Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stads ad Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairs~; Spring bottom solid Mahogamny Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs ; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureatus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stock. which cotumiands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store: was, as
above stated, purchased on reasonabl'- prices, and
will be sold astonishinmgly LOW FOR CA SH. And
I woul' here state that cir~umnstnces, with which
all are well acquainted1, renders it necessary that I
should adopt, the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examlint'in of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to bo had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
~R ep a irin g, & c,
I contirnte to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, ancd also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
if I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. ,3. lY- WITT,
Opposite the Post Office.
July I, tf 25
FROM New York, a Lot- of Crib CRADLES.
Window Chair". Quartett Tables, Ottomans,
Toot Stools, CIild's 'Table Chairs, &c.
*,),OIIN M. WYIT.
July 29 tf 29
N9TICE OF CO-PARTNERSIIIP.
T ItE Undersigned have a
.1sociated th,~-mselvcs to
ether, under the namme of
~MITH & .JONES, for the
purpose of carrying on the
Coach tHakilig and Repairing Business
In all its various buitm-hees. 'Ilhey exl.ect to keep
constantly on band a good assortment of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCK AWA Y'S, &C.
-Of the latest styles.
g33All sorts of R SPAfKlN G done in the best
manner, andi with the greatest dispatch.
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully soli
eited. F. L. SMITH,
Edgefield, Feb 20,187. tf 7
EOUSE ANYD LOT FOB SALE.
T HE Subseriber ofiera for sale his HOUSE and
LOT in the Vil'age of Edge~cld, consisting
of three acres, with every necessary building on
the pr,-mises, well of e.xoellent wattir, &c:
Terms accommodattag. W. LOGUE.
sai~4 .f 8
NET & BRILLIANT SCHEME
TOTE:ETO ONIJa *1O
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan
Co., Managers of the Fort Guines Academy Lo
tery, in each of their Lotteries for Oct., 1857, at
t A.' g-Mi tM, nreorgci
To which City they have removed their their prij
To be drawn in the city of Augusta, Ga., in public,(
Saturday, October 3rd, 185.
To be drawn In the city of AugustaGa., in publie, c
Saturday, October 10t 1857,
To be drawn in the oity of Augusta, Ga., in publio, c
Saturday, October 17tht 1857.
To be drawn in the City or A uqusta, Ga.,in public,<
Saturday, October 24th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city of Augusta, Ga ,in public,
Saturday, October 31st, 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
5,495 PRIZES !
Nearly one Prize to every Nine Tickets.
:ldag;-.a&1ft.Ce1zt 1ch.e xeM c :
TO DE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER!
1 prize of.. $. 60,000 Is...................$60,0
1 prize of........... 25,000 is....................25,01
1 prize of.........12,500 In..................12,5
1 prIze or........ 7,000 Is.....................T,0
1 prize of...........5,000 is.....................5,0
1 prize of.......,500 is.....................8,5
I prize of.........1.500 s.....................1,5
5 rizes of........... a0 nre ..................10.0
5 rizes of............ 900 are ...................45,(
5 prizes or......... 00 ar ........ ..........4.0(
5 prizes of............7t0 are...................85,
5 prizes of...........600 are...................8.0
5 prizes of............500 are...................25,(
100 prizes of............400 are.................400,0(
100 prizes of............800 are...................1.5(
280 prizes of.........170 are. ............. 2,8
4 Prizes or $400 Approx'ting to$60,000 Prize are..$1,0(
4 Prizes of- 800 " 25,000 Prize are.. 1,2(
4 Prizes of 200 " 12,000 Prizes are.. Sf
4 Prizes of 125 " " T,000 Prizes are... W
4 Prizes of 100 " " 5000 Prizes are... 4(
4 Prizes of 75 " 8,500 Prizes are... 8
4 Prizes of 50 " 1,500 Prtzes are... 21
5,000 Prizes of 20 ..............................100,0(
5,195 Prizes amontun'g to................. S320,00
Whole Tickets $10; Halves 85; Quarters $2,50.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERT.
The Numbers from I to 50,0010, correapo.nding with thoe
Numbers on the Tickets printed tin separate slips of pape
are cncireled with small tin tube, and placed In one whet
The first 467 prizes, similarly printed and encircled, al
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is draw
from the wheel of numbers, andi at the sutne time a prize
drawn from the otiher wheel. The number and prize draw
out are opened ani exhibited to the audience, ani regi
tered by the Commissioners: the prize being placed agauin
the number lrawn. This oiperation la repeated until all ti
prizes are drawn out.
Approxinmation Prtzes.--The two preceding amn
the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first
Prizes will be entitled to tie 2S Approximation Prizes. F4
example: If Ticket No. 11,250 draws the $60,000 Priz
those Tickets numbered 11,248, 11,240, 11,251, 11,252, w
each be entith d to $400. If Ticket No. 550 draws ti
$80,00 Prize, those Tickets numbered 54S, 549,551. 552, w
each be entitled to $800, and so on according to the abol
The 5,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the to
fipure ofthe No. which draws the $60,000. For example. ift
No. drawing the 61.0.0 prize ends with No. 1. then all tl
Tickets where the number ends in I wiil be entitled to $.
If the Number endls with Number 2, then all the Tiekt
where the Number ends in 2 will be entitled to 420, and j
oil to 0.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at i
following rates. which is tie risk:
Certificate of Pncktige of ten Whole Tickets...........$!
Certificate or Package of ten Halt Tickets..............
Certificate of Plnekage of ten Quarter Tickets............
Certincame of Package or ten Eighth Tickets.............
In Orclering Tickets or Certificates,
Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets ordere
on receipt oif whtichm they will be forwarded by first ma
P'urchaasers can have Tickets eniding In any figutre they mi
g3ff-The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will1
sent to purchmasers Immtediately after the drawitng.
h1'urchasera will please write their signatures pilal
and give their Post Office, County and State.
WRemember that every PrIze is drawn and payable
fuli wIthout deduction.
WAll prizes of 1,000 and under, paid immediately at
the drawing-other prizes at tihe usual time of thirty days
WAil commnunienttionis strIctly confidential.
W Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to
6. SWAN & CO, Augusta, Ga.
or S. SWAN, Mlontgommery. Ala.
W* A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wht
with tihe ammount of the prize thatl each one Is entitled
will be published aller every drawing, In thte foliowinug I
ters-New Or leans Delta, Mombile Register. Chark-st
Stadard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Jnteltigeneer. N
York Weely Day Boot., and Sav annmalh Morn mg News.
Oct. 30 41
WH O WANTS MONEY
MAY SE (SBTAIYIPED av RisKiNG TEN DOLLARS.
Halves and Quarter Tickets in proportion.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
BY AUTHORITY of the Statec of GEORGI.
ON THE HA\ ANA PL AN OF SINGLE NUMBEll
30,000 TIECKETrS-3,256 PRIZES
A mountinmg to $215,260.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Georgia, .(Sm.
Schemes) every Saturday, andi in Savannah, G
(Large Schemes) about the 15th of every moni
Draws October 15th, 1857, at Armory IHa
Savannah. Ga., under the sworn superintenden
.of W. R. Symons, Esq., and J. M.Prentis, Es
CA PIT ALS of $60,000, $2,00 810,000, $5,01
84,000, $2.000, 3 Prraes of $1,000, 5 of
$500. 100 of 8100, 100 of $50, 3000
of $310 and 72 Arpproximation pri
zes amounting to 83,760.
TICEETS 10; ALVES. 85; QUARTERS 2,5(
Leek to your interest an&~ compare thia Stce
,oith any other.
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par.
Cheeks on New York remitted for pm izes.
Address orders for Tickets or Certilientes
Packages of Tiekets to
ANDERSON & SON, Managew
acton or Savannah, Ga.
Sept. 30 tf 36
r HE inmported SPANISH JACK COLUMBU
..will stand the FALL SEASON at Edgefiel
C. H , commencing the 10th August.
S. F. GOODE.
Aug 5 t f 30
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Chari
McGregor, Dec'd. will please make immed
ate payment And those having any demands w!
present them properly attested.
A. RAMBAY, Admn'r.
'Jnly 7 1 8 5 7tf . E
~NEW FALL GOODS!I
DICKEY & PHIBBS,
R E now opening a VERY LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
& To which they respectfully solicit attention, com
t- prising as It does, every article usually found in a
first class House, and at prices as Low as.an y
In the Soutly.
. The Ladic.q especially are invited to call and ex
amine our DRESS GOODS before purchasing.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, &c., is particularly fine, embracing
in every article in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz:
Plain Black Gros du Rhine SILKS;
Gros du Naples "
n Black Brocades, Satin Stripes and Plaids;
Fanev Plaids, Stripes and CHENIES I
Rich'Satin Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Colored BROCADES;
Very Rich Flounced ROBES;
Marcelines, Flounces, &c., &a.. all colorsI
French Merinoes, Black and Colors;
English and German Merinoes;
Coburg Cloths, very fine, every shade;
Plain and Printed Llama Cloths;
n Cashmere and Broche Delaines;
Manchester Printed "
Plain Delaines. all shades, 121c. per yard;
Black and Col'd Alpacas;
a 6 Silk Warps; C
Bombazines, Canton Cloths;
CH A LLIES, Black and Colored;
POPLINS, Plain, Plaid, and Striped;
Valentia Stripes and Plaids;
Brilliants, Plain White and Solid Colors;
" Chintz Colors;
French Chambrays, and Chambrics, Colors;
Enalish, French Scotch and Domestic GING
Hoyle's English PRINTS;
Fine French "
Merrimac and Cocheco PRINTS;
)0 Furniture Chintzes, &c
Swiss and Jaconet Muslins;
0 Victoria "
0 Spotted and FIg'd Swisse.;
1o Striped and Plaid "
1O " " JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a fine article ;
Hoop Skirls, Quilted, Plain. Skeleton; '
0 Plain, Corded and Embroidered SKIRTS;
1o Embossed Corded SKIRTS,
1o Brass HOOPS, WHALEBONE,.&c., for Skirts;
0 Stella SHAWLS, Black. White and Col'd;
0 Cashmere SHAWLS, Plain and Printed; S
Bay State, Empire State, and Scotch Long and
0 Square Plaid Woul Shawles;
o Swiss Collars and Sleeves;
a " f " in Setts;
Jaconett " "
o" " " in Setts;
0 Lace " p
I0 infants' Waists and Robes;
- Swiss Edgings and insertions;
0 Jaconett " "
Swiss Bands and FLOUNCINGS;
Jaeconett " "
te English Thread Laces and EDGINGS; a
r, Bngle Laces and Edgings;
,' Lad:em' Plain and Emb'd L. C. Handkerchiefs; t
Ladies and Clildr-n's Cotton Hose, White and
Is Ladies' White and Open Work Hose;
a Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
" Lace Mitts, Long and Short;
st " Wool and Cotton Gloves;
e Children's Lace Mitts and Silk Gloves;
" Cottin and Wool Gloves;
T Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, &c.;
r Trimming Velvets, all widths;
e, Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS;
ill Linen and Cotton SHEETINGS and PILLOW
r 40 inch, 5-4 and 6-4 P. C. COTTONS;
6.4. 9.4, 10-4 anti 12.4 Allendale and Waltham
t SIEETINGS, Bleached and Brown;
e Bleached and Brown Linen and Cotton Table
ie DA3ASKS, by the yard;
"1. 8-4, 10.4, 12-4 and 14-4 Bleached and Brown Linen
s Scotch. Russia and Huckaback DIAPERS and
Plain, Fringed and Brdered Towels;
o Turkish Bath and Damtark "
10 Napkins, Doylies, &c., &c.;
10 Jrih Linens and Linen Lawns;
10 French Cambrics;
Linen and Cotton Shirt Fronts;
d, kine Fretnch " a beatutiful article ;
ii- 10-4,12 and 14-4 Lancaster and Marreilles QUILTS;
n' " " Turkish"
S Toilet Covers, Tidies, Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black and Col'd Cloths and Cassimeres;
n, Satinetis and Kentucky .Jeans, Plain and Fancy;
Drap D'ets, Italian 010thst, Cottonades, &c., &c.;
In Gents, Wool Multimers, and Ponnee Handkerchiefs;
Gents Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties;
e "Plain and Printed L. C. Handkerchiefs;
"White, Col'd and Fancy Half Hose;
"Wool and Merino " "
"Kid, Silk, Wool, Thread Gloves;
" and Ladies' Kid and Bucek Gauntlet., &c.
el, The attention of House keepers, Farmers, and
o, Planters, is p'irticularly invited to our stock of PL AN
a- TATION GOODS, which contsists of every artiele in
:WYork Stripes, Mariners' Shiirtings;
8MAarlbore' Plaids and Stripes;
-Georgia Stripes and Plain ;
Black, White and Grey Kerseys;
* Plaid atnd Plaitn Linseys
White and Brown Cantoni Flannels;
Plain and Twilled Salisbury Flannels, all colors ;.
Fine White Engliesh and Welsh "
Red and White Domets, &c., &c.;
A large assortment of BLANKETS, of every make, p
Inc luding line English, Swiss, Whitney Mackinaw,
&c., all sizes:
Blue, Grey, and White, Negro BL ANKETS.
S Ertraordinary inducements, offered to persons pur-t
'chtasing large plantation bills.
isParties sending orders will be certain to have them
tpunctually attended to. DICKEY & PHIBBS.
;r Augusta, Sept. 7 tf 35
-SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
Of the State Agricultural Society of
To bc held at Colunbia on the 10th, 11th, 12th,
dIl and 13th November, 1857.
a. 'H'lE Executive Committee of the State Agricul
h. Jtural Society of South Carolina, respectfully
call the attention of the citizens of the Southern
I States to their approaching Panir, at which premi
'ums will be awardcd for all articles of A gricultural,
Horticultural and Mechanical interest, as well as4
qLa-dies' Fancy Work and Domestic Economy,
) em1braced in an extensive Promium List, which can
be had on application to R. J. Gage, Secretary, Fair
Forest, S. C.
The Society hrs ercted the best and most comn
modious Halls in the United States, for the conve
nience of exhibitors, and good Stalls for the use of
All articles wvill be transported to and from the
Fair, by the Rail Roads in South Carolina, free of
chnrge at the owners risk.
of L.et one nnd all, from the mountains to the sea
board, turn out to celebrate this annual Festival.
sA. P. CatuouN,1
E. J. PALMR,1
J. P. MAaSInAtL,
-A. G. StMMr a , -.Ex. Committee.
J. U. ADnAMs,
SD. L. HIARLE,J
Id Oc. R . J. GAo;,
-. New Flour Mills,
'1 Y MILLS are now in operation, and are fur
.siI niehed with EVERY FACILITY for ma
i- ing FLOUR and MEA L of the best quality.
ill R. T. MIMIS.
gg' Four miles West of Edgefield C. H., and
one milo from the Plank Road.
Aug5 i f 30
Is i.H ul & i
J, e NEWBY & C0.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
IPLENDID READY MAD]
TNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTE
are now reosiving at our old Stand und
the United States Hotel, our supplies
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Veil ajapted to the Fall and Winter season, ai
!ich we feel assured will please our patrons ai
iends. Our immense Stock consists in part of
LOTH, BEAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHII
Fine Black, Blue and Olivo
DRESS AND FROCK COATS
Of all Descriptions and Colors.
CA.07 M LEmi n TB'M9
Coats, Pants and Vesta to match.
Fine black Cassimere Pants,
laid, Plain, Striped, and other Styles of Fani
ilk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin Barathea, at
uther styles of the latest and oet, fashionablo
IT M a T a.
ogther with EVERY STYLE of Goods fi
fe keep always on hand a very large Stock of Si
birts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Nee
Ties, Stocks, Collars, Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SHAWLS, ROBES DE
CHAMBRE, &c., &c.
11 of which will be sold at the lowest mark
rices. Call and take a Look.
iso a heavy Staek of fine CLOTHS, CASS
LERES. VESTINGS, &c., to which we invite til
tention of every body. These goods will be mai
p to order at the shortest notice, and *a satisfa
Augusta, Sept 80 tf 38
Jheap C a s h Store
NEW FALL GOODS!
W ILLIAM . CRANE, Augusta, G
has just received from New York, a ar,
nd splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
Vhich he offiers on the lowest terms for CAS]
s that is the only way he does business, he is pr
nred to givo
G RE AT BARGAINS.
Rich Striped and Plaid SILKS, new styles;
Plain Black Gro D'Rhine, 75 ets to $1,25;
Rich figured and plain French Merinos, cheap
Elegant fine figured French Cashmeres and I)
Debages and plain Muslin D'Lanes, at 12 ets
A large assortment small and large fig'd PRIN
from 6 to 2) es.;
Fine bright colored Printed DeLanes, 25 eta.;
PIain Colored Alpaccns and English Merind
25 t9 37 ets.;
A large asiortment GINGIA MS,.12j to 25 c
Ladies Zephyr Wool scarfs and Capes, beauti
Rich Sil1k Plaid Cordova's and Valenis ;
Jaeonet and Swiss Embroidered Collars, 25 cel
Black Velvet Ribbons and Dress Trimmings ;
A large assortment CLOAKS, new styles, ehet
Irish Linens, Diapers and Table Cloths;t
Rich Bonnet Ribbons, new styles, Belt Ribbon
Cloths, Caueimeres, Satinett and Jeans, very lot
Kerseys, Plaul Linseys, Cheeks and Flannels;
Bleeched Sheetings, Shirtings and Jeans, ceben
Brown Shirtings. Sheetings and Drillinga
l'ogether with all other kinds of Goods usually ki
n a Dry Goods Store.
gr' TER MS CASH. Good's af loro prices.
A ugusta, Sept 28 3: 38
Boot; and Shoe Manufactory
lIE Subscriber having opened a B 00O
LANDS HOE flANUFACTOR
ext door to the Post O0fice, respectfully announ<
the citizens of Edgefield Village and Distriet, tI
e is prepared to make to order any article in th4
Boot and Shoe Business 1
Taving the best workmen In the District In his el
'loyment and being a practical workman him.
e feels warranted in saying that his work will
one in the neatest and latest styles.
He has also on hand a large Stock of fine PUS
OLED and fine WELTED and DOUBLE Sol
30TS. Also, a stock of gentlemen and ladi
IOS-all of-his own manufacture-which
wilt sell for cash.
N. B.--A Negro boy wanted to learn the B<
nl Shoe trude.
Feb 4 tf 4
)ctagon Burial Cases
ffHE Subserluer keeps constantly on hand at
1Furniture Rooms, opposite the Post Office,
rie assortment of this new style of METAL
IURIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finish
i perfect resemblance of highly polished ROS
fOOD. These CAS EiTS arc now extensively us
nd possess many valuable advantages over
offins now before the public.
will also keep ready for delivery at a momeu
arning, a fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of:
'wn manufacture, and of all sizes, prices and quali
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefld, May 13 tf 18
[ WILL give a fair price foi tood clean RA(
at my Store in Hamburg. '
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
May 27 tf 20
O L. PENN, Agent, has just received a at
Jo. ply ofPOT ASU, put up in tin cans, wi
all d'reetlons for making softmand hard soup.
Ja 91 tft
! STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
* Samuel Brooks, Assignse, Bill for Foreelosure
John Leigh. of Mortgage.
B Y an order from Chancellor Dunkin in thi
case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. H., on the
lit Mrnday in November next, the following real
estate, viz: A LOT OF LAND in the Village ol
Edgefield, known as the Bushnell Carriage Shop
, Lot, including the Briok Store House, containing
* in the whola, two roods and eleven perches, more
j Tzaxs.-The costs and one half of the purchase
er money to be paid in cash, and the residue on a
9. credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond
n. with approved securities, to secure the purchase
yg money. The titles to be signed and sealed, but no
n. delivered until the said bond be paid-and if the
said bond be not paid when due, the Commissione1
or will re-sell the premises at the risk of the formet
purchaser. A. SIMKINS, c.p..D.
Oct 9 4te 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Warren Amaker & Lucy Amaker,
James Carson, William Carson, Mar.
rs garet Carson, at. al.
B Y Virtue of an order from his Honor Chancel
lor Wardlaw, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the First Monday in Novem
h ber next, all that TRACT OR PARCEL 01
o LAND, formerly owned by Charles Carson, con
of taining three hundred and twenty-eight (328) acres
he more or less-there being at least about two hun
dred acres or well timbered land on the premises
T and a good dwelling house and out-buildings; ani
situate in the District of Edgefield and State a
Ist South Carolina, on the waters of Dry Creek, water
of Little Saluda, and bounded by lands of Jame
er McCarty, James Eidson, Jacob Legrone and Jere
st miah Mobley.
Tua1s-On a credit of one and two years, ex
cept as to the costs of suit, which must be paid it
cash. Purchasers to give their bonds or notes, wit
two good sureties, payable in two equal installments
one and two years after date, with interest from
date. A. SIMKINS, c.imD.
Oct. 7, 4t 39
State of South Carolina.
Martha C. Brooks and Mary C. Brooks,
by her next friend,
es. Bill for
James P. Carroll, Caroline H. Brooks, Partitie
Martha H. Brooks and Preston S.
BY Virtue of an order in Equity in the abo
stated case, I will offer for sale at Edgefiel
C. H., on the first Monday in November next, th
real estate of the Hon. P. S. Brooks, deceased, de
scribed in the Bill. Consisting of
"THE HOMESTEAD TRACT," adjoiin
lands of Reuben Cooper, Sumter Daniel, Jame
Creswell and others, lying in the said District, o
both sides of the Island Ford Road, containing tw
hundred and fourteen (214) acres, more or less:
Also, THE "PLANTATION TRACT," lyin
in said District, on waters of Wilson and Ninety
Six creeks, adjoining lands of the Estate of Sanu
Beard, deceased, lands of Thomas J. Dyson an
Daniel Proctor, and containing one thousand an
fifty (1050) acres, more or less.
Also "THE CHURCR PLACE," adjoinin
lands of Reuben Cooper, Daniel Proctor and ott
ers, and containing forty-two and one-half (421
acres, more or less.
Tznme-So much of the purchase money as wi
pay the costs of the suit, to be paid in cash. Th
residue on a credit of one and two years from tL
day of sale, to be secured by bonds with adequat
0' Possession of the premises sold, not to b
given'until the first of January next.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.ED.
Sept. 36 1857 5t 38
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Thomas S. Bates and others, )Bill for sale as
rs. Partition of Re
Milledge Bates and others. )Estate.
'BY Virtue of an order in Euity in this case,
LJwill offer for sale at Edgefeld C. H., on td
first Monday in November next, the real estate <
Andrew Bates, deceased, described in the Bill, eel
ONE TR ACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, cor
taining eight hundred (800) acres, more or less, la
ing in the District and State aforesaid, and bounde
by lands of the estate of Col. John Bates, Ams
-Sherily, A. D. Bates, J. M. Norris and others.
Taas-The land to be sold on a credit of oE
and two years, except as to so much thereof as WI
be sullicient to pay costs of the suit, which must 1
paid in cash. The purchase money to be secure
by bonds or notes, with ample personal sureties as
a mortgage of the premises.
ScpF.3 1857 A. SIMKLNS, c.E.E.D.
Set3i15 t 38
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
William W.Williams and otbers, Bill to set asis
John Sullivan and Sampson Sul- Deed,andf
livan. - atnadA
B Y Virtue of an order in Equity in this ease,
' will offer for sale on theo first Mondayi
Nove~mber next, the TRACT OF LAND dt
scr.ibed in the Bill ini this case, containing one hur
dred and seventy (170) aecres more or leas, an
adjoining lands of John Adams, Samuel P. Getze
TERus-The land to be sold on a credit of tweh
months from the day of sale, except as to so mue
as will defray the costd of suit thus far incurre<
which must be paid in cash. The purchase mono
to be secured by bond with adequate sureties.
A. SIMKLNS, C.B.L..
Sept. 30 18575t $
State 4f South Carolina,
A. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
gI N EQUITY.
LW John D. Holloway and Henry H.)
Mayp. and Mary A. his wife. Bill for Pa'
- G. W. Holloway and D. W..Hol- I*
loway, et. al.J
B y Virtue of an order in Equity in this case,
will offer for sale at Edgefield C. H., on thm
first Monday in November next, the real estate c
Sarah Holloway, deceased, described in the Bill
A TRACT OF LAND situate in Edgefield Bis
trict, containing three hundred and fifty-two an<
one-half (352j) acres, more or less, adjoining land
of Thomas Lake, W. N. Moore, James B. Sullival
CD and others.
Tzurs-The land to be sold on a ptredit of on
and two years from the day of sale, except as tosa
much as will defray the costs of suit thus far incur
red, which must he paid in cash. The residue c
, the purchase money to be secured by .bonds witl
gg Possession of the premises not to be gives
until the first day of January, 1858.
A. SIMKINS, C.U.Z.D.
Sept 30 1857 . 5i 38
CHEAP CASH STORE I
GRAY & TURLEY,
H AVING thoroughly removed to their NEW
STORE, under the U. s. Hote
are now r c uing a fland omplete ssortinent of
rich and elegant -
D RY GOODS,
Which havi been purchased for CASH, undor
the dep state of the monetay airs of the
North, enables them to ofer fa amitle. to ole par
chasers rarely to be met with. Merchants, Plan
ters, and the Ladles particularly, would consult
their interest by an examination of our stock sad
price.. Having a resident purchaer at the North,
we are in the continual receipt of " JOB LOTB"
from aNtion, at unprecedented low prioe.
Among our assortment will be fomnd the richest
and newest DRES GOODS of the seon-uch
as Rich and Colored and Ba&k sit^S,
rann from a ents to 'eriting to
athe manufatuNe jsea ajaw =%
u n such oocs0Ions.)
line al Wool Muslin DELAINE, plain sad lg'I.
Cheap Muslin DaWnes In great vasrityI
Lupin'. best black Alpacose and Bombines
The very best quality; 8 dos. OSNABURGS -
Heavy all Wool Filling Georgia PLAINS and
Heavy cheap Satinets; all Wool Plaid Lluseys;
Blue Stripe and Plaid Homespans
Bro. Homespun and Janes;
Fine Bed Blankets, very cheap.
Fine English Tap Ve t
Superior Three-ply, fine Ingrain and all Wool
CarpeTing-(not having room in our-new store to
keep Carpeting, we wil sol them at oost and char
1,000 Swis and Jackonet Bands, from 25 ets to
$1, worth fully double that amount.
5,000 Swiss and Jackonet Collars, from 25 to 50
cents, worth $1.
100 fine French worked Collars, $2,50 to $3p0,
worth $5 to $6.
Swiss and Jackonet Edgings and Inserting, in
Embroidered and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,
50 fine Embroidered Setts, $2 to $5, exceedingly
In the same department will be found the most
complete assortment of
that has ever been in one House in Augusta, from
the lowest price to the finest qualty, for Ladle.,
e Gents, Misses and Youths, of every deseription.
* Ten cases fine 3 yard wide Sheeting, at 31 eents,
- worth in the Jobbing Houses in New York from
35 to 40 cents.
g Five bales fine Sea Island Homespuns, 6*e.
s Ten cases fine Calseo warranted fit colors or the
a money returned, for 64 cents, worth 10 to 12ets.
D LINEN GOODS.
The best and cheapest Linens that have ever booe
9 known to sell in Augusta, under any circumstances,
- are now on our shelves, and only require an exam
ination to convince the most fastidious of the great
a saving in purchasing Linen Goods from us. Splen
did fronting Linen for 37j cents, that has .never
been known to sell in Augusta for less than 62 to
g 75 cents.
- The most superb Linen Damask ever brought to
) this market at vastly reduced rates. Splendid Tur
kish Towels for the both room, 6-4 long, only 12j
I cents, worth 37 cents.
e Russia and Huckaback Diapers, In great variety,
e exceedingly cheap.
e Five hundred 12-4 square
e For $1,50, worth $3; fine French Marseilles Quilts,
large size, $3,50 to $5, worth from $8 to $10. -
A very large and varied stock of every descriptionof~
Selected with the utmost care by decided judges of
Goods, at auction and euch other place. as bargains
could be obtained, within the last two weeks, to
uZ which we would invite the attention of thoe pur
ri chasing for cash, guaranteeing that we can save
them a very large per centae on an examination of
I our stock. GRAY &l TURLEY.
~ Augusta Sept. 30. tf. 38.
- THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
S R IC H MOND COUN TY, GA.,
a (ONTINUES to manufacture W OO LE N
JCLOTH at 12?, cente per yard ; finding every
e material except the Wool. The extensive and con
stantly tncreasing patronage the Factory haa en
e joyed for years past, assure the Proprietors that
athe article of
a Winter Clothing for Negroes,
Made by them, has not been surpassed by any
Cloth made North or South.
Recent extensive improvements End additions
-not only enable us to keep up the standard of the
Goods, but to secure an early delivery of the same.
Planters or others who may desire to avail them
selves of this opportunity, and secure a first rate
article at a moderate coot, have only to send as the
aWool, washed clean in cold water. If sent dirty
one half cent per yard extra is charged for wash
inlg. Barry Wool is not objectionable; the Burrs
are removed by machinery.
S The name of the owner should he marked on all
,Packages sent us. Wool sent by any of the Rail
. Roads in Georgia, Alabama or South Carolina, to
. 'the Augusta Depot, marked Richmond Factory,
a (and owner's name also) will he regularly and
Spromptly received, and the cloth when made, re
turned to the points directed. Rah parcel Is made
up in the turn received, hence an early delivery is
Salways desirable. All instructions to
Wx. SCmdET, Prea't
' Augusta, Ga., July 6, 3m 26
The Celebrated Stallion Henryh
WXILL stand the ensuing FALL SEASON at
-V John P. Maya' on Mondy andTusas
and at James A. Collins' on Thrd and Fridas
at Fifteen dollars the Season, and Tety-five do
HENRY is a cheenut sorrel, about fifteen hands
one inch high, and most poweflly formed both
for strength and speed. He will he seven yearis
old next May. He ran more races in his three years
old form than any horse ever ran before; among the
number were two four mile raein both of which
he lest-the second heat in godtime (7 min. 45
3see. and 7.44 by half aneckony. In the first he
fwas beaten by the renowned Griff' Edmondson, in
the second by Mary Taylor of equal renown. He
won several races at two and three miles.
HENRY was by Imported Glenco, his dama by
Medoc, g.dam by Coesiuseo, g. g. dana by Meizair,
g. . g da byMedley,g.g. g. g.dam by Imported
Diomed, &c. His pedigree csanot he excelled by
any horse in the world.
All persons sending mares to HENRY must say
at the time how they are to he served, otherwise
they will he charged as by the season.
f JOSIAH SWINDELL.
Aug 5 tf 30
FINE NElW FLOUR.
JTUST received a godsplyaf Dorn's Bepe'ino
)FL.OUR, andfr sale bW.LZOG.
July 299. f 99
EDGEFIELD FIFTY YEARS 1G0
Life and Death of Beck Cottoi
THE DEVIL IN PETTICOATS
God's Revenge Against
USBAND KILLING I
W E have just printed a few hundred copies
the above pamphlet written by Rev. W.
WEEMS. author of the " Life of Washington
" Life of Marion," and other lesser productions, a
said by some to have been the most peculiar wril
of any age. This work is replete with interest, i
pecially so to the citizens of this District, as it cc
tains quite a fair " showing up" of the dark da
and murderous deeds of old Edgefleld a half ce
0D For sale at this Office. Price 20 cents v
copy. Liberal deductions will be made to the
buying by the wholesale.
,,Aug 28 If 83
TRIAL OF MARTIN POSEY 1
W have on hand and for sale a few hunar
fo copies of the Trial of MARTIN POSE
d Murder of his Wife,'Matilda H. Pose
Negro Slave Appling,
Being an interesting pamphlet of about 75 pag
giving a true and exact account of a crime coi
mitted in Edgeficld District in 1849, and whi
resulted in the conviction of the said Posey
murder in the first degree, for which offence
suffered the extreme penalty of the law on Frida
Feb. 1st, 1850.
Persons desirous of procuring this record of p
days and dark scenes should call at once.
Wr For sale at this Office. Price, 15 cents I
copy, or two copies for 25 cents. Two copies s4
7Y by mail, to one address, for 25 cents.
April 20 tf. 1e
d Dr. McLANE'S
k Two of the best Preparations of the Ages
They are not recom
mended as Universal
Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name pur-.
The VERMIFUGE, for
expelling Worms from
I the human system, has
also been administered
with the most satisfactory
; results to various animals
subject to Worms.
1 The LIVER PILLS, for
the cure of LIVER COM
PLAINT, all BILIoUs DE
RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD
Purchasers will please
be particular to ask for
Dr. C. McLane's Cele
Sbrated VERMIFUJGE and
SLIVER PILLS, prepared by
SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pitts
Sburgh, Pa., and take nc
pother, as there are various
other preparations now
- before the public, pur
porting to be Vermifuge
iand Liver Pills. Al]
" others, in comparison
with Dr. MCLANE's, art
he The GEMJUINE McLane's
SVermifuge and Liver
.~Pills can now be had at
all respectable Drug
60 WooD ST., PITTSBURen, PA.
SCOVIL & MEAD, No. 111, Charles Stre
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern Stat
to whom all orders must be addressed.
llT Sold by G. L. PENN1, Edgefield, S. C.;
.J. CaEIwivoN. and TUTT & PELI.EIER, Hambui
ua SKINNER & HARRIson, Longmires, and WAno.
& Lyoz4, A bbeville.
SA pril 7, 1857. ly 1
S FRESH supply of Landreth TURNIP SE]
Ajust received. The assortment comprises
Large White Globe,
Ylow Scotch or A bordeen,
- Improved Purple Top Yellow Rutabagt
Early Dutch Flat,
p- Red or Purple Top Flat.
th S Call soon and get yuL. sppient.
July 1 f2