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H AVING disposed of my interest in the S..
LUDA HOUSE, to Mis. S. A. HOYT and
CHARLES L. COVAR, I return my warmest
thanks to my friends and patrons for their past
liberal encouragement; and earnestly bespeak for
my son and daughter a continuation of that gene
rous patronage. I have every condidence in their
capacity to take charge of the House. I
Sept 1, 1858.
F ROM the above Card, it will be seen that we
have taken charge of the SALUDA HOUSE,
and hope by strict attention to business, and to the
wants and pleasure of those who may have the
kindness to stop with us, to win the confidence and
secure the patronage of the present friends of the
House. as also the public generally. We intend to
DISCHARGE OUR DUTY as faithfully as we
can, and STRIVE4o please our patrons.
S. A. HOYT,
C. L. COVAH.
Sept 16 tf 36
B Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at ildge
fleld Court House, on the first Monday and Ties
day in October next, the following property, in
the following cases, viz:
Lawrence, Myers & Co , vs Lewis Covar - J. N.
Poullain and others vs The Same, Two negro slaves,
viz: Amanda and Fanny.
Abner Bushnell, for Samuel Brooks. vs John
Leigh; other Plaintiffs vs The Same, A House and
Lot or parcel of land in the Village of Edgefield,
containing Three acres, more or less, bounded on
the North by D. R. Durisoe, East by the Stage
Road, South by the Carriage iouse Lot, and others.
Steedman & Merritt vs William Toney, The tract
of land where the Defendant lives, containing seven
hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of G.
M. Wever, Samuel Posey and others.
W. Holmes and L. Holmes, Ex'ors, and others,
vs John Autry, The tract of land where the Defen
dant lives, containing two hundred acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of B. T. Boatwright, Mrs.
Elizabeth Bush and others.
Samuel Wiliam and others vs William Strom, A
tract of land containing four hundred and sixty-two
acres, more or less, 4djoining lands of William
Prescott, Daniel Prescott and others.
F. G. Martin. and another, vs. R. C. Griffin, Ex
ecutor, A tract of Land contdining two hundred
and eighty acres, more or less, adjoining hinds of
Mrs. Mary Buekhalter, Chas. Catter and others.
Bank of 1.lamburg, S. C., vs. 11. A. Kindriek,
A House agd Lot in the Town of I lamburg, S. C.,
known as No. 121, bounded1 on the south by No
121, North by Lot No. 123, and has fifty feet on
Centre Street, and running back to Cook Street
three hundred feet.
Steedman & Morritt and others vs. .voshua Holly,
A Tract of land contaihing four hundred and forty
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Henry Ford,
Edmund Morris and others.
Williams & Butler vs John R. Wever; Richard
Ward and other Plaintiffis severally, vs 'lhe Same,
The Tract of Land where the Defendant resides
containing two hundred acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Benjamin Bettis, James Swearengin,
Sr., and others.
John Co!gan, and others, vs. H. Boulware,
Four lots of Land in the Village of Edgefield con
taining two acres each, adjoining lots of M. Fra
zier on the Stage Road, and W. W. Goodman.
Plats of the sadme will be exhibited on the day of
sale. Also, two negroes, viz: Albert and Dan.
C. A. Gray, Adm's, vs Harmon Miller, One
A. G. Rountree vs. John Holly; H. W. McTyre
and others vs The same, Three Bay Mules.
g0Terms of Sale, Cash.
JAS. E[DSON, S. E. D.
' Sept 10, 4te 36
State of South Carolina,
.Henry Butler and wife Elizabeth,
A Pplicants, For Par.
Ieaae Goggins and others, Def'ts.
BY~ an order from the Ordinary, I i-hall proceed
to sell atEdgefield C. H1., onthe fir.t Mon -
daty in October next, for Partition, lands of the real
Estate of James Goggins, Sr., dee'd., to wit : A
Tract or parcel of Land lying and being i.i the
District and State aforesaid, on the waters of -
Creek, - River, containing One hundred and
Ninety-sit (196) acres, more or le ss, and bounded
by lands of John Gogg.ins, .James Pitte, Wealey
Culbreath, Jacob Wheeler and others.
Tzaas.-The above lands will be sold on a credit
of twelve months I rom the day of sale. Purchase~s
to give Bond with good scurities and a mortgage
. to the Ordinary to secure the purchase money.
Costs to be paid in cash, and to pay f-,r t~tle~s extra.
JAS. EIDSON, S. E. D).
Sept 8 4te_ 36
State of South Carolina,
. ' 15 0O1DfN. R Y.
Ansel Devore and wife Lucinda,
and others, A pplienats,
vs. ~ .For Parttion
John Walton and wife Jerusha, |
end others, Defendants. J
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefiild C. 11., on the first Mon
day in October next, for Partition, lands of the
, Estate of Lewis Clark, Sen., dee'd., to wit -A
Tract or p~arcl of land lying and being in the
District and State aforesaid, on waters of --
Creek, waters of -- River, containing Eighty
(80) acres, more or less, and bounding on lands of
Solomon Morse, Mathew Corley, iMatilda Swearen
gin and others.
TEaMS-The above lands will be sold on a credit
of twelve months. Purchaser to give bond and a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary to secure
the purchase money. Costs to . be paid in Cash,
and purchaser to pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIUSON, S. E. D).
Sept 8 4 4e i
Stale of South Carolina,
Ellenor Warren, et. al. Plaintiffs, Patio.
Ellijah Watson, Admn'r. Defendant.
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court H ouse on the first
Nonday in October next, for Part'tion, the Real
Estate of James W. Warren, deceawed, a tract or
parcel of land, lying and b-:ing in the District and
- State aforesaid, containing fifty (50) acres, more or
l-ss, and ad joining lands of~ hartwell Whittle, Johnt
14aster and others.
TzRxs-On a credit until the first of
next. The p.uiclhaser to give bond avnd security,
and a mortgetge to the Ordinary to secure the pur
cha.'e mo-ney, and to pay for titles. Cost to be paid
in cash. JAS. E!DiSON, a E D.
Se.pt. 8, 1858 4te36
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
W. W. Sale, A dm'r. 1
Mary lirongzdon, For Partiliont.
W. S. Broagdon,J
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall procced
to sell at Edgefield Court Ho.use on the tirst
Monday in October, for Partition, lands of the Es
tate of Wiltiam Brongden, deceased. to wit: a tract
or parcel of land, lying and being in the lDistrict
and 8tate aforesaidl, on waters of Cr. ek, wa
ters of River, containing one hundred and~
seventy-five (175) acres, more or less. and bounded~
by lands of A. J. Ilammnond, A ba'mo. Adams and
TERMS.-The above lands will lie sold on a crcd't
of twelve months with interest from the day or sate.
Purchasers to give t~in-1 with cood securities and a
nmortgage to the Ordinary to s.-cure the purchase
m..ney. Co.,t to be paid int ca--h, and to pay for
titles extra.JAS EIIDSON, s.E a.
Sept. 8, 18&8 4te - -36;
N~ OCf ~1HEREBY GIVEN that appli
cation will be mtade at the necxt session of
the Legis atture, to rest in B. F. L etdrumn all the
right, title and interest of Christian Blreithanpt,
dee'd., or of his heirs, in and to the~ Tract of
Land lately occupied by Bartlett WV. Ihat her,
dlee'd., devised to hint bylhis father Julhn Hatcher,
&vc'd., said land having been escheated to the
S't..te of South Carolina.
.h::ty 21 8m* 28
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at my huse for Cask.
- - -ALSO
I - ..er-Harness, So1e, Upper, Kips, &e.
R. T. MIS.
Le C. DEMING,
- 4 - 4 n,
BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY !
I HAVE now in Store my entije Stock of STA
PLE and FANCY DRY GOODS. which
shall be sold at Lowest Possible Prices.
IN DRESS GOODS, I have
Dcuble Imp. R1OBES ;
Robe a'QUI LLE;
rupon's and Arnold's HAMMERED STEEL
SPRINGS. No other Skirts can equal the above.
Also, on hand the ordinary SKIRTS.
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
GEO. SCIILEY'S NEGR%) GOODS,
Warranted all Wool filling.
Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Homespuns, &c.
at the Manufacturer's prices.
White Mackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known, nnd of which I sold and al
was give satisfuction.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks,
A beautiful and complete assortment.
In every style, quality and price.
HOSIERY, &c., &c.,
Embracing every article usually kept in a DRY
GOODS STORE, all of which shall be
SOLO AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
W An examination of my Stock is respectfully
L. C. DEIIING,
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 13 tf 36
J X. NEWBY & C0.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DEALERS IN
' TUT HfLTb,
Under the U. S. Hotel,
JOSEPII 111. NEWBY & CO., Au
gubta, Ga., at their old and well-known stand
under the United States ilotel, are now receiving
the L.\RGEST and BEST SELECTED Stock of
They have ever kept, for Men and Boy's wear,
from their own 'Manufactury, 139 Fulton Street,
THEY GET UP THE VERY BEST STYLES
And, in addition to this, they have made arrange
meuts with the famous House of D. Devl'n & Co,
to receive weekly their
Newest Broadway Styles !
Bsides Clothingr, we knep the best make and fit of
MElRINO SIIIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Socks, Gloves, Suspenders, Neck Ties,
a the Manufacturing Department, can always
be found the best and most fashionable
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
02T Thankful for the liberal patronac'e for years
ast, we ask our old Edgefield friends, andl all
trangers visiting the City, to call on us and ex
mine car stock.
.Augusta, Sept 12 tf 3
SN G I SII A ND FR E NCHI
Boarding and Day School.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T IlE Exercises of M rs. C. HI. GLOVER'S A cad
Lemy for Younit Ladies and Children will be
resumed on MONDAY, 4th October.
Schtolars attending the School will he received
as boarders at the 'residence oif Mrs. GLOYER,
No 7, Oranee St., in winter, and at hecr home on
Sullivan's Islandl in summer, where a Branch
Shool will tie established.
A French la.ly is engaged as resident in the
f.mily, and every other advantage wvill be alford
ed, both in the househ~old and in the School, f(or
thorough and finished course in each depart
nent of education.
Circulars furnished upon application to Mrs.
lovr, who refers to the former and present pa
trons of her well established Day School, for tes
timnials of her ability to sustain that long felt
resideratum of the State, a Charleston and a Sul
livan's Island Boarding School, w'here the health
as well as the educational advancement of the
pupils will be considered.
sept 8 4t* 35
EDG*EFIED, S. V.
We JOHN M. WITT,
3~~~" having ju st re
ceived from New York a most COMPLETE and
MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is preplared to exhibit a beautiful and
well manufactured assortment of CABINET FUR
NITURE. My large assortment consists in part of
a splendid variety of fine and superfine
. Mahogany War'dr'0les,
Arich lot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Xahogany Libraries,
SECR IET ARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WVASIH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Impiroved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION, QUARUTETTE and Ladies WOR5 TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of flue
An unusually large assortment of
C Ii .A- I'FL. 2!.
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany 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
CURTAIN BANDS, PICTURE CCRD AND TASSEL, CRIB
CRADLES. TOWEL RACKS, &C.
All of ivhich will be sold at a very small per
cent above actual cost prices. I anm compelled to
contiane the CASH SYSTEM, and will rigidly
adhere to it in future, as I am well convinced that
it is much the best system for alU parties.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any F URNITURE
wanted, and tilso to repair all ol Furniture sent.
Serid along your work and it shall be done in a
E- I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. N. lYE. WITXT,
Apr.91 I 15
DICKEY & PHIBBS
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a
DRY GOODS STORE?
Which they will
As any other
The Character of their House is a sufficient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, Sept 13 tf 36
JACKSON, MILLER & VERDERY,
MASONIC HALL BUILDING,
Have just received a large supply of
FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS,
Consisting in part of
KERSEYS, BLANKETS, LINSEYS, KEN
TUCKY JEANS, SATINTIS, TWEEDS,
PRINTS,UJNGIIAMS, SOLID AND
FItWD DnLAINES. MtIFtlNOS,
POPLINS, SILKS, TAL
To which they rtspectfully invite the attention of
the Who'esale Buyers visiting our City.
Augusta, &ept 13 -2,* G6
WAREHOUSE AND OMMISSION
1M 30 3EL C 2K A. TJ Tr
HAMBURG, S. C.,
W ILL continue the Ware House and Coinnis
sion Business at the Ware House occupied
by him the lLst two years, where he will give his
personal attention to the STORING and SELLING
of COTTON and other PRODUCE.
Commission for selling Cotton 25 eta. per Bale.
Liberia Cash advances made on Cotton In Store.
Hamburg, Sept 8 1in 85
LgO The Abbeville Banner, Laurensville Herald
and Anderson Gazette copy 4 times and forward
bill to C. W.
T HE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
was dissolved on the 2nd ianst., by mutual
consent. All piersonls having demndis against us
will present thern for paymnt. All those indebt
ed to us arc respectfully solicited to call and .ettle
as early as possible. as further indulgen~ce will not
be giten. H1. L. CUANINGilAM & Cu.
Hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public..
IAVING sold out our entire interest in the
firm of H. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
mer partner Mr. HENRY SOLOMON, we take
pleasure in recommending him to our old cuaeto
mers and friends. We are thankful for the liber.
pationage we have received, and solicit a continu
snece of the same for our sucecesor.
h. L. 2U.NNINGIl.AM,
G. C CUNNING11AW.
Hanmburg, S. C., Aug d, '58. m:
GENR AL ELECTION will be hi& in Edee
tied isritonMON)A Y nald T UlES)A Y,
te 11th and l'2th days of OCTOBER, 1858, for
the election of one Rep'resenaive in the~ Congiress
o the United States, and one Seinator, and six
Represintives in the Legislature oaf South Caroli
na, under the direction or the following Mlanagers,
vi: EVENTIH R.EtUIENT.
Ede-fleldl court-Hfoeua-S. S. Tonmpkinse, Geo. A.
Addison and Jamnes Murrell.
tontacur'-Seabornl Temple, Martin McCar ty andl
John A. Lott.
Lylirund'r-W. L. Coleman, Levi Lybrand and
itech I401and-H. L. Mayson, S. L. J. Clark and J.
ur'aiterill.-J. J. Sentell, D. L. Turner and Wmn.
Jlaanar-J. C. McDonald, Wmn. Hill and D.
P'ine J~onne-A. J. Hughes, J. L. Mathis and G1.
Che~rokee Ponds-A. P. Butler, T. P. Shaw and
1/idge-E. W. rerry, Watson Rutland and Jamtes
Iatcer'.-Juhn Seigler, Samuel Posey and J. At
Liberry IIill-J. L. Talbert, John F. Burress and
Coller-Jumties M. Harrison, W. E. Middleton and
T. M. Craifton.
Paurkd-G. WV. Robertson, J. E. Cairtledge and WV.
White 1/ouse-Landon Tucker, J. W. Tompkins and
lled JIfill-P. B. Hanson, Lee Hfolson and William
D)unto'.-Lemutel Curley, J1. Cheathamn anal John
Satefldl-Elbert Devure, W. Langley and W1m.
A'i.o's-J. 1'. Nixon, S. G. Merriwether and N.
Pleasan(it Iun.-J. B. Tinmmerman, Rt. Hardy and
J. F. C. Settle.
JfooN~a Wlilling-Whhs Stone, e. *V obe n
Surry's-L. Culbreath, R1. S. Burnett and Levi
Afoor'-Lemuuel Brooks, W. S. Holloway and A.
1tichardon'-Julhn Orithith, B3asil M. Peterson and
Coleuana~'a X Roade--v'redl. Scurry, David Richard
son anad P. J. Colea:an.
3Icerinag .Sret-Williama Blcdsoe, J. F. Lowry and
W. L. Stevens.
Krri'-M. D. Whittle, Wilson Holstein aiid Hez.
Riniearts-Johnl A. Kinardl, Ed. Lorick and Levi
.baorn'e J11lle-S. W. Corley, Alf. May and A. C.
Alln'-Henry Hart, Julhn Wright and J. IR. Eid
Nickro 8-C. iekerson, Ishaa C*lrahad3
Perry'n-Crawford Perry, Smith Livingston and
Stee'-Schron Stalnaker, 3. B. Harris and Simap
Coperaoeill-W. Halt'wvanger, G. W. Holloway and
Frank V. Cooiper.
Win. Su9s31'-Samuel 3. Wason, Elzy Forrest and
3/icke.a-D. Coleman, W. Etheredge and Hardy
olls to be opened two (lays at each precinct.
Managers to meet at Edgefleld C. 11, on tbe Wed
nesdAy following, at 12 o'clock, MI., count the votes,
and declare the election.
S. S. TOMPKINS, Chair.
Sept 13 SL 30
T W ENTY LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, foa
which I will pay the market cash prices
Apply toR. II. SU LLIV.A N.
Edgefleld C. H , Aug._24 4t 33_
V IE AR-Two hundred gallons Choic
A LEand PICKLING VINEGAR, jus
reeived. G. L. PENN, Agent.
nept 8 tf 36
BROOM & NORRELL)
A RE now purchasing one of the largest and
most elegant btcks of FALL and WINTER
That will be brought to this market this season,
which will be bought under circumstances that will
guarantee the purchase upon the VERY BEST of
TERMS, and will therefore enable us to sell them
Unprecedentedly Low Prices,
that they canmot be undersold, and will
DEFY A L L COMPETITION,
as to -
QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE,
And as our Rule of Business is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as Iho rule
forces the seUer to ask the lowest market price,
and protects the buyer.I Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to.BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealing,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer "1 one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you don't like to he " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly on another,
Go to BROOM& NORRELL'S.
In fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get good
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pleased tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM &NORREL L'S.
Augusta, Sept 1 tf 34
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
-IGHT & MACMURPHY,
C ONTINUE the above business, in all its bran
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for ordcrs for
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
Nachinery of all Descriptionse
Augusta, Sept. 1 y* 34
SBIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS:
At Factory Prices!
ALLthose in want of such Goods would do
L. well to give us a call before purchasing else
where. DICKEY & PHIBBS.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 18 tf 35
F. H. CANDEE,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
IS ever re:ady to do all kinds of JOBBING con
nected with the business, at the old stand of
1. A. Gray.
A small assrrtmecnt of FINE JEWELRY, which
will be sold cheap.
JEWELRY andi SOCIETY BADGES made to
rder and warranted.
LfPat ticular attention will be paid to Watch
Edgelieldl, Sept 15 tf
BROUGH T TO THIE JAIL
O F this Di:-trict, a Negro moan who says his
name is May, and that he.,belong teo one Mrs.
[larriet Readhime.r, formery this District, but
2ow in Lo~uisimna.
MAY is about 35 years or age, bright empp--r
omph-xion, weighs 15(1 pound.<, is 5 feet 4 iteces
hgh, and~ his upper front teeth are acll out.
The owner is reqcuested to come f-,rward1, prove
prop, rty, pay cecmeges, anud take him aewny, tithsr
wise he will be dealt with ;sceord-ng to; I a.
TILLMIAN [I. CLARK, s.c n.
'Sept. 15 tf 36
BROUGHT TO THE JAiL
OF this District, atid comcmitted as ni runawny, n
Ngomans who' calls himaelk- W ESTLY
W A TKl NS. Said We.stly satys that he is tree acid
ose Mr. Vincent Martn. of Barnwell I ic:riet. kIshis
tu:rdian. Hie has 110 plsst or paper by whi I cain
udge of his Miaster, Gu.crdian, unrforccner wherne
lIe is of a dark copper compexiont. twenty -tour
r five years of age, 5 f. et 56 inches high, and
weighcs about 155 or 160 lbs , and is a lUrick maiiseen
11is owner or gua~rdiatm'is requeLsted to cme
forward and take chazrge of ham, othcerwise hce will
be dealt, with according to law.
TILLAAN HI. CL ARK, J.E.D.
Sept. 5 if 15.
STATE'1 OF SOUJTH CAlUOL16A,
B Y W. F. D URISO E, Ebquire,. Ordinary of BEdge
Whereas, .L: 11. Kemp, hath applhiedl to me for Let
irs of A dmiunistrationc, on atll and c'insular thce goods
tnd chtattles. rights and credits of 3lshun Rhodes,
lae of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admoncishc all andI
sigular, tice kindred and creditors oif the said tde
ceased, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordi
nary's Court for the said District, to be holden at
Edgeield Court House, on thce 27th day of September
int., to show cause, if any, why the said adminietna
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, thcis 13th clay of
Sept., in thce year of our Lord one thouisaned eight
hundred ancd fifty eight, and in the eightty-thcird year
of A merican ladependence.
W. F. DJURISOE, O.E.D.
Sept. 15, 1858- 2t 2
C HOICE TOB3ACCO~-.1nst -received,
direct, from the nmanuiructory of Co~l. Peter
Penn, of Virginia. a supplly of Fine ClhEWING
TOBACCO, cmprising L~ce followicng Brands:
"Honey lDew," "Oroncoco," "c Extra Twist" and
c Old dottitniotc." Lovers ..f the weed are~ invi~itd
to call antd sample the latter brand. "c Old Do
miciion" is hard to beat.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
Sept S tf 35
XOTICE-FULTON is. at honme and will
..stand the Fall 8eason at his own Stable rnly,
lft miles from Edgefiel C. II. lie will insure
.mres to be in I. al for $10 ! Now is the time to
raise from your work M1ares, as they will be more
at leisure itt the Fall than In the Spring. Any
peron wishing to leave their .v'ares with mue can
have gtood pastorage, frec of charge, but no res
ponsibility for accidents. FULTON is well known
ad will shiow for himself. There will be some of
his Colts at the next A gricultural Fair.
R. D. BRYAN.
Sept 8 4t_ 3_5
E XECUTORS' NOTICE.--AIl persons
indebted to the Estateof John Jon~es, dec'd.,
are earnestly requested to make arrangements to
pay up promptly that thte provisions of the will
may be comiplid with ; and all persons having
doands against the Elstate wvill please present
them to the Executors imcmediately, properly at
test .A. J. HAMMOND, (E'
W. U. HARRIS. %
Sept 8 tf 35
N OTICE.-All persons indebted to the Es
Itt of John 'Kirksey, dec'd., are hereby
timely warned to make payment forthwith, andI
hose having claims against the E tate are notified
to render them in, properly attested, at an early
dat. E..P. H1.'KIRK8EY, acing Ex'or.
Dec 30 tf 61
NOTICE.-All persons 'iudebted to Dr. 11.
T. Yarborough are reipsted to camip for
ward acnd settle, as his books are left in our Oftice
for collection. ,GA RY &r DOZIECR.
Sept 18 _ --- t8 36_
NTOTECE.-Tfhis is to notify the public that I
. will not pay a note held by A. G. Ncagel, Sn ,
Ion me, with two securities, for Three Hlundred Dol
lrs, cas the conditioins for whciehbraid note wss given
has failed. TROMAS SEILEY.
hambur,ept. 10, 1858 3t 36
FALL TRADE, 1858!
1193 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, G EORGIA,
Malauusfacturer of anid Dealer in
SHOE AND HARNESS LEATHER,
Trnks, Valises, Whip,
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER BELTING,
Of all kinds,
IS now fully prtpared ftr the Fall Trade,
with a large and well assorted Stuk oif GOODS,
which he will sell at as low prices as they can be
obtained at any Ilouse in the South.
Thankiu l for the generous patrtnage extended
to him for the at Fifteen Years, he
iespectfully calls the attention of
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
To an examination of iss Goods before purchasing
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.,
Manufactured to prder, of the IMST MATERI
ALS, and by the BEST WORKMEN in the
Augusta, Sept 13 6m 36
FIRST CLASS PIANO FORTES,
A. A. CLARK & SON,
BEG to return their sincere thanks to the citi
zens "f Edgefi-ldl fo.r their very liberal pat
ronage for the last live yeats, and to inform them
that they are still prepared to furnish PIAINOS
from THE VErY BEST MAKERS AT LOWER PICES
than canl be got elsewhere.
Our attention has recenrtly been called to the ad
vertisement of a dealer who seems desirous of as
suning the guardianship of the public by telling
them not to buy of " pedlars or agents "-but of'
him ! As we have had no store in Augu.t for
twd years, and have been selling all the time in
the District, we presume it is inlended for us, and
in this conmection will give our ieasns for discon
tinuing our store there. They are these:
1st. We are at no expense, having no store rent,
clerk hire, nor heavy board to pay, aid can there
fore sell lower than any other houne.
2ndly. We can sell more by it. A nd there Is
where the shoe pinches. In the last live years we
have sold inore Pianos in this District than all t th
er houses in Augusta and Charleston, and we are
willing that our claims to public patronage should
be decided by any one that we have sold. Can
the proprietor of the " Emporium " say as much 1
We sell no Pianos that can be bought baok in a
year or 5o at half price
We give our own and the maker's written guar
antee that the Pianos are perfect in overy respect,
an.1 are ready at any time to come up to them.
We see every 'iano put up at home and attend
to them a year free or charge.
In conclusion, we would say that we arc still
buying and sel ing on our ownt resp~onsib~ility from
the makers we always dealt with, viz: Jacob
Chicketinig; Hialbert, Davis & Co.; A. W. Ladd &
Co., and others.
We sell at te manufacturer's RET AlL PRICE i
atd aniy one buying fromi us may rest assured that
they are getting as good as the best and as chieap;
as the cheapest ; and that they are getting th~em
fresh from the manufactory.
gji Orders addressed to us at Augusta, Ga.,
will meet with prompt attention.
gy We still contintue to TUI~NE and R EPAIR
PIANOS, and will aitend to calls in any peart of
A. A. CLARK & SON.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 1, 1858 tf 84
CLARlKE & ROYAL,
Boots, Shoes, Trunuks, &c.
I AV E always on band a i,.\ RUE andl GOD
Stock or h EER Y V ARHIET Y. In our as
sortmtent maay be found a I gn::lities, from the cheap
est toe the liniest articles.
We will us. ali endeavors to please thtose who
may ravor us n ithi a ca:l.
We. will have on Ihitmd a large lot ofr PL A NTA
TlON UROGANS aend 1l1t06i SEltVANC
SH OES, sonie of which will be as goo(d as the best.
Att~u'ta, Aug. 4, 18->8 ::m
WilLlt1T & AL4EXANDEII,
Globe Ihokl JBuiltiinq,', Bromil St.
INVITE the attention of Planters to ticeir large
land comle te assortment of
Noer in Store, embhracing Schley's BEST GOODS;
Vir..inia KERtSEYS and P'LAINS, of superior
wightt and qnality, muanufae.tutred of tdomestic
wool. Al-o, Virginia 1 ULLED a'L AlNS, a mlost
OSN AIBURGS, Georgia STRIPES;
Marlboro PL A IDS and STRIPES ;
Plaid LIN. EYS-a sper~ior atticle;
Heavy FL \NNELS for servants.
Together with a full assortmet, ref
Fanc~y andI slapic Goods!
Wve in' ite ani exainIat ion of outr Stock. Our
Goodis will be foutnd as rep~resetedr.
fe5fPrices reasonable, and terms accntmmoda
Augusta, Aag 18 00 t
'LL p'ersons indebeltedl to the lstaite of Mrs.
ity hurt., deead rerqet d to make
satme, will plealse pr'aent themlt mt due fo~rm willh
out delay. W. T. S(AYTT, Admt'or.
A ug. 11 if I
M.1 E. LEGG he' just received anothter
XV FULL and FRE~SH r..oek of Q1ROCEIES,
consisting in part of
SUGARS of all kinds atnd prices;
MOLASSES, a full variety ;
Choice N. 0. sY RUP i
Java and Rie' COFFE l ;
Hlyson and ]Black T EA ;
LIt.UORtS of all kintds;
Fine TO)BACCO and SEGARS;
Sperm ansd A damnantine CANDL ES;
MA CKER EL ansd Dried Beef TONGUES;
CANDIESi of every variety ;
Also, LEMONS and other articles usually kept
in a grocery store.
'W. E. LEOQ.
Aug 2i tf 3
FjINAii NOTICE.,Ahl'persons having anly
e-iaagainzst the Estate of Simneon Mathis,
dreased. ar.se oiie~d that they msust re-nde-r thems
in by the 1st Oetober next, atnd those indebted mtust
pay up by Return-day, or the Ahoninistratar uilt be
forced to plaee saidl intdebtedness in the hanads of an
A ttorney fo'r collection. The Estate must be. closed
by the 1st October.
SIMiPSON M~ATIIIS, Adm'or.
Aug._4 tf 30)
FO0R S A LE.
A GOOD FOUR 110RSE
WAGON AND hJARNESS.
U. H. MIIMS.
Ang 25 5135
OT ICE--AII perso'ns indebted to the Es
Ntate of Holden WV. Posey, dec'd., are request
ed to make imnmedia'e payment, and all those
having demands against the Estate weill please
render themt in to me legally attested within thtree
months Trom this date, as at that time there will
be a Ainal settlement ouf said Ji6,tate.
SAMUEL POSEY, Ad'or.
Sant6 rSm 85
E The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State !-cnate at the visuing election.
I F Tne Friend- of WILLIA3 GREGO, Esq.,
respecttinily announle I him as a ( atididate for Sen
ator at the next election.
M- The friends of -Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
respectfully annouee him as a Candidate fo.r a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 ' to* 13
CV We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate hit as a Candidate
for a seat in the IIoue of Representatives at the
April 7 to 13
L?The frieils of M. V. GARY, Esq., lrtwent
hia as a Candidate for the St.rte Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
je Tia Friels of W. W. ADA MS, Esq., re
spoetfully present, him as a canidate for the State
Legislature at its next Stession.
Mar "* to* 11
LeTtun Friends of Maj. ABRAl JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legisiatnre.
blar 10 to* 9
VTur. Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for vlec
tion to a seat in the next Legislature.
blar 10 to* 9
rlM are authorized by the friends of Col.
J AMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
dlidate for a Selt in the next Legislature at the
ref The Friends of J. IIANIPDEN DI'ROOKS,
1., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the tate Legislature at its next Session.
WM. Q UATTLEI. U31,
W. W. SALE,
r Clor ..
JAMES SPANN, 0
ROISERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
F4or Tac Collector.
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WIRITAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY.
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
IfM. C. BIU T LE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Law Range,
EDOEFIELD C. II., S. C.
May 15S tf 2.5
rfIIE Undersigned having fornmed a palrtnership
in the tl'RPIAC lICE of LAW and EQUITY
f~r Edgelild District, will give prompt and dili
gent attentionl to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. 0\WENS is at Barnwell C.
II-that of Mr. BEtDELS at t'dga-hield, iS. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 20 tf 20
Ci B. GR IF FIX, A ttorney at L AW and
O. Solicitor in EQUITY, will atte.I punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
ie may he found at all t imes eit!.cr in the 01lice
f the Commnuissioner ini Ei;nity, or in his own
Ollice immedately in reir tat the Court Ileuse.
EDoEIELD C. Hi., May lUi, lt'68- tf 4
E. II. YOUN GBLOOD,
.A.t t Or:E.O y at 'I..s aw,
XTilLL attend paromly to all business islaced
WfUliee at Elgeileld C. II., S. C.
Maly 1'J tf 19
W ILL attend promp~tly to ail business of the
p~rofouiono entrui.ted to his care.
OFs'ucE, Kdgetield C. H-, S. C.
April Ii 158tf -'
UV iNSFlaTt NG
'~ 'lIE subscriber hlavin;g furnished himself with
?a licnse to use this N EW PRIOCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve aill who may ne-ed such, with
an assurance or a more perfet adaptation, and a
cosr resemubiance to the naturnl organsi, tha~n enn
be realized by any other mtethtod. Its perfect puu
riy, cleanliness, freilomt fri in all taste, or gaivamne
sensation, durability, comnfort and securily, aire
anoing tfic advadnt.,geselaumed for Ihis SUPlERIOl~
mode of siettinig Artifteial Teeth.
June "4, tf
TJII OS. 3. & C. II. M!O IS E,
SUCCESSORS Ti Li-:E &. MOI'SE,
WHO LEJAYXE GRO0ERS,
No. 7, Haynie Street,
Ta27 CHAiLESTON, Si C.
I, H. STEARNS & C0.,
CommeRision pealers in Everythcing
U SE FU L.
Spe'cial attentlion given t, hIUVING, SEL.LING
and REP'AIRING MIACillNERlY.
Broatd St reet, near ?dechanies flank, A ugusta,
June 15 ly 23
Boot and Shoe Notice,
THiE Subiscriber continnes to have .~
L. made, on the shortest not.ee, and in
tith est manmer, th.., finest and tuost sub
statial hOOTS amd S1l0E%.
All orders left at his Shuop will be promptly at
tne.l to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
at all times in the Villace to attendl to all orders.
N work to leave the shop without the knowledge
of te'iducriber or rmy A gent, C. M. GR AY.
ii- Shop opplosike B3. J. Rtyan's Livery Stabile.
E. It. YOUJNGIILOOD.
June ?, tf 21
New Cheap Goods,
T liE Subscriber is notv receivin~t at, lil Store a
FULL ASSOil.TalNT OV GODS, to
which lie re~sp: tetfuliy ievites .hue atte:ntion of his
fiend'u and custiimers.
te Thlaniki for p:'st fujors, lie sitlicits a coil
tinuislee of the liunie.
.i011N M. CL ARK.
Cald Spring, S. C., A pra 21 185S t f 15
Pay or be Sued !
SLL persons in~lebted to the Subscribers, either
Sby Note or Acecount, aire notlled tht they
tire expected to pay the same, by or b, fore return
day13 next-therwise their nlecoutilt and notes wil
be plantd in the hands of our Attorney, S. 11.
Griffin, ~sq , fair celketioni. This is fair warning,
ind yiiu thait are interested, would de well to take
I \AIRKERT & CO-r'sClIlAj.
A ug. 4, 18 f1 - '
LTEMONS.-Just reci.ived five Boses Chioie~
LEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
M0ay 19 tf 19
T1 H E subscribcr, wishing to. remove to the Vi!
lag,. for greater con*ni,-neo io busauew,
ilr.'r bis " ELL IMP-ROV b.1) PLACE for tale,
sitnated thi ee mile-s West .f Edgefield Court Hume,
on the Abbeville Hoaid.
My plaoe is in the neighborhood of Major John
I1. l uglhes, .as. L. l111l, Mrs Ilaigood and John
I11. lollingsworth, most excellent neighbors.
'rihose b ishing to purchase will please cal on the
rerms of sale will be moade very acoommodatilng.
G. W. LANSDRUM.
August 19, if 32
300 AORES PINEW WOODS LAND
TIHE Subscriber is desirous of elling his VAL
UAULI TRACT OF LAND), contiaining
Three hndred acres of
Firt Quality Pine Land,
.ving immn-diate-ly nn the Hnabnrg & Edg. field
Plank Road, 7 miles from Educlield C. 11, and
bounded by lands of Benj. Bettis and otlhers.
There -i on the premises an old but comfortable
Dwellinag, the usual out hounes, a good iew GiUn
Ilonse awd.8erew, &c. Tihe hest of wattdr is ono
of' its superior tulvantaNs, as it abouls in the
greatest conveniec. thughoust t th .- T at.
This place is susceptible of the highest im,
provement. The lamd mider eultivation is pro
duetive, and well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &c.
A bout 130 Acres of this Tract nre elared, a
poi tion of which is new gromid-whilt, the re
mnainder is well-timb.ered woodland.
Thosc wishing to nake a fine investment, and
at the same time buy a good lime, will do well
to call on the subscriber at an early day.
Price reasonable, and teris accommodating.
Aug18 - t 32
Lands fbr Sale.
T HE Executors of Jacob B. Smith, deceared,
will sell 'at public outcry, on the first Monday
in October next, at Edgifield C. U., all the remain
ing Lands belonging to his Estate, conisting of
some 2500 Acres Pine Lands.
BENd. WALDO, xB
GEO. A. ADDISON. f E ors.
Sept. 1, 1858 tf 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
T IlE Executors of the Eatue of .ohn Middle- *
ton, decenmsed. of fer 1.r sa'e, Th REE THOU
SAND E;GitT IUN DRED and TWO ACRE-3
or LAND, more or less, silUSte and being in the
S'outh Western part or Edgefitld District, on th,
waters (if Savannah River, nitena miles atove
Augusta gad a x from Fury's -erry-adjoinn:
lands of G. W. Nixon, .1. r. Nixon, Dr. 1. Mer
riwethi.r, Dr. S. G. Merriweth,.r and Maj. J. B'.
About one thousand acres of s:id lIands consist
of valuab!e low-grounls. The larger portion of
the aemaiuderr is in native forest. 'Ihe %hole tract
is well waured by numneruus s;rings, and is es
temed reial kably heal.hy.
The plaen is well improv,-d, having two )WEL
LING 110UsES. two GIN HOUSES, and other
nlecessumy buildings, all uuder poui repair.
if not sold before the first Monday in October, It
will be d sposed of at that time, at public out-ery,
at Edgefield C. Ii.
Those desiring a valuable plantatIon would do
well to call and see for themselves. One or the
other of the Ex-cutors m..y be always tiund on
the pre mniss, and will be p. fsed to show the same
to any inn desirous of pr4hsing,
J. T. MIDlbLETON,5
Aneug- 4. 1858 9t 80
Land for Sale.
'THIE Subscriber, desirinmg to change his busl
.ness, ollrr for sale his TRACT OF LAND
containing Sixc H~undre~d Acres. Ou the
place is a goodi Dwelling House and all necessary
buildinge. Also, a good taw Mill. About 140
acres of th'~s Tract aro cleared-70 of which are
fresh landi. This tract is situate about 2j miles
East ot the Pine llouse. I will take pleasure in
showing the lanad to any one who may wish to
purchase. ABSALOM lIORNE.
Sept 8 tf 85
Slate of South Carolina,
D. W. C. Cantrell and wife - Bill for Partition of
Mrs. E. Powell nod othersa telEsae
P URSUANT to nu order made in the above
state~d ease by Ca~aneelior Wardaw, :at the S
laet term of the Court or Equity, for Pickens lDia
triet. I ill sell at public nauet-on, t., the highest
bidder, at P'icaens Cai~ut iloucre, on baledaty in Oe
taber next, the R E AL ESTATE o~f Ahmnon Powell,
dreensed, to wit:
One Tract oE Land, situate in Pickens
Di-triut. and lying an Tugalo River, containing
Eight Ilunadn-d aind I.ia.hty A e:ea, and1 adjoining
hands or J1. W. Ilare., J. W. Prather, J.-HL. LeRoy
and liarvy I'avis.
TER~Ms OF SALE-Oa a credit of one and two
years, with interest, excep~t the costs which are to
be paid in enash. The purelmaae mneney to be se
eure~d by bond, with two or tmore good sureties,
conditional for its pay meinat int two eqiual annual in
a-mneants. P'urebaser~ to pay fi~r tiil. a.
(T' flais l'ract if ..aad :s a very valuabile one,
and is n'so iump~rovedl. 'I htere are about one hundred
maeres of chaoice river iiand creek b~ottom on thie
pretmaise. For faarthaer psarticulara applly on the -
p'ace ar to the undecr-ignted.
A plat of ite prendses is onl file in my office, and
can be se.en at atny time.
RO3'T. A. TfIO.\PSON, c.a r.u.
Sept. 15 3:36
Thtomas P. Denmsona, .\dtm'or., )
vs j Bill to sell lands.
Ms. L. Pole, and marshall
Ullen M. P'ope, assaets, &c.
G. WV. Williamas & Co., and othtersJ
BY virtue of an order to me directed, I will
Scause to be exp'osedl to sale, on Saleday in
October next, at Edgetield C. II., the Tract of
Lantd described lin the paroceedinmgs of thtis case,
as the real Estate of Jacob W. Pope, dee'd., viz:
One Trat of Land,
Containing T wo hunadred and ninety-eight (208)
aicres, more or less, situated in the District of
E~dgefield, and State aforesaid, on waters of Salts
dai River, bonded by lands of Jolin Ramxage,
Mrs. Chaarl..t e rSmith and olhers.
"fora- c f 1Sa1..
On a emredit of twelve mtonthas with latterest front
the day of sale,--excepat the costs whiicha nust he
piaid imn aasha. Anal thamt time purc-ahaser htave leave
ma, anticipiate thu piaymenat., thte Cotmmissionter take
biond, wvitha at leatsy two good sureties to secure the
paaymenett of the~ purchae money, antd to receive
titles when the purchase money is fully paid up,
and possession given whenmever these terms are
con-Iplied with. Purchaser to pay for all necessa-.
ry papaers. H. 0. NORRIS, e.E.E.D.
Conmm'rs Office, Anderson C. H1., Sept 6, 4t85
FOR SALE !
T illR Subteriber bimng desirous to move is
hands to the West. of1l-rs for sale the follow-.
init pro'pe'ty, vi:: 1050 A CR ES OF FINE PINE
L AN!) in E.:igetield District. Ou it is a splendid
Steam Saw 3Iill'and Grist 1Mil1,
which are doi;ng n potitablet business.
One Tract conltius 36Q ACRES lying en the
road lending troma C:amibr~dge to Unamburg, on the
waters of Hlorse Pen Creek,madjoining lands of John
D)urst andl others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fine eot
t.- hland well inmpraaved, lying in A bbeville District,
on the roadl laog t.om Pickenstand Anderson to
I lamaburg. e mile ahove 'he Edgelkeld line.
One Tract, con ains 350 ACRitS in Pickens
Di.triet, imna e.hiately on the Rail Road, 10 miles
atbove Old Pen~letona.
On may Homeanst adi Tract is a splendid STEAII
MILLA running :3 etts of rocks, SAW MILL &e.
I ofi-r for sale thi MNiil with 50) Acres of Land.
T[he Htomnestead is on the road loading from
Cmaambridlge to Abibeville C. H , four miles below
An.- persoan wishing to prichase is requested to
examnine. Ijargainsa can be hail, and the terms will
he muadea easy.
J. Y. L. PARTLOW..
.Iuly 7 19f.S . am 26
GbIlCE..-All persons havingclams against
hereby reqiuested to present, thaem properly attest- -
cd ; amid all persona inid. bted to said Estate must.
make imimediate payment.
Au 8E. HI. YOUNGBLOOD5 Adm'r