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ii ACCOUNT OF C1
It is myeardest intention to disl
ecmparatively short time. b
prices, and, as most of th<
.Cash, are very desira
will give the pub
nity to I
FAR BELOW THE REGI
AND SAVE FROM THIRT
U ND E R T HE A~
Augusta, Feb. 22, 1860
FOURTH VOLUME. 1860.
DAILY SOUTH OF VIRBINIA 1
ntered on its Fourth- Volume on
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ic and Special Reports, and also a careful account
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which our appreciative friends hare extended it.
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ing Journals throughout the South.
We continue to ofler our large and beautiful
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Augusta,;Feb1 tf 6
The undersigned hain ig the$ appoint
pierp pf the Amerian Guano Comupany,
as their sole Agents for the sjI id f up
fronI Jarvis& Baker's Island, in the Paj
ific Ocean, for the States of North an~$
South Crolina, Georgia, Florida, Ala
d Tenniessee, hereby caution put
rs against buying from all other per
"are as many as TnIREE SPL-|
'i,- the mnrketi
.d by said Comapa
fore any Chemist
and to'make scec
o, of Augusta, has a
by the Company, and,
frm us whence he re
umable that it is one of
ed to. Others may be
~e or -pai-ts of the other
o. But purchasers will
from us, or our Agents,
l,' s'elected iln the lsland
e~mists. We aie selliii
enty lalhdek at Savannah,
shi p4 g-a~enjthnt
ut fo t ie purpose of anal
samples of Guano from the
ded by Comt. CHAs. H. DA
United States Government,
ed by order of Mr. ToUcEY,
f the Navy, under direction of
HERY, of the Smithsonian In
ashington, whiecr averaged
1 1-2 Per Cent. of Bone Phos
eof Lime, and over 10 Per Cent.
'eresults of its use in 1859, by JAS.
AnoI)Na, Esq., editor of the CJonstitu
-o nalist, and by Faauni HAMrrON, of
odand, S. C., on Cotton Lands, leave
ubt that it-is thme BEST and CHEAP
of all Fertilisers offered in the mark
ad that Cotton Planters cannot comn
*ith their neighbors without the use
'I Our only authorised Agent in Augusta,
ldbi Mk: J.''.DWkoVNO.12, Wwarre'n
Bloek, of whom the genuinec -artlele 'of
Jarvis &' Baker's -Island 'Guano-.kiay be
had G B -AMA R,' '
.. W. W. CHEEVER.
Augusta. Feb. 22, 1860 tC 6
State of' South Carolina,
. IN ORDINARY..
Y W. F. DUltLSOe, :eq.,i tE-djnary of Mtge
G feld Diarie*i . 't-- - -.. I
., Wberes, JS.E. Colemanl bath applied to me for
Letters of Administration, .o aals and singular,-the
g ods and ,cbattles, rights .and credits of James
E. Coleman late of the Djistrictafuresaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Odinry's Court for the said District, to be houlden
at Edlgetield C. 11., on the 10th day of Mar. next,
to show cause, if any, why the said administration
h >uld n be granted.
,lInr moy hand aud spnb. this isth 4n' r.
y ~eaf.of. ou.r isord ona thaodIsahd enM
d slxty,,and.i1.1 he d41h yearof.Amerl'
.ne, W. F. DUiRISOE, o.3.
60 2t -
.--All -person.< are forewarned from
or a certain doe Note given by.ths
out eight months since, to one Mr.
$lt0i,tI0 as the conside.ra-tions .for
te was gixven has proven unsound..,
-...,...... ';.......:,.. A
--As I have .sold out my Gro
have now nothing to do but to
s due me on acenunt of said by
,ro notify all indlebted to make
.I am not able to waste mnuch
w, a..pen, nani will not do it.
- . T.' If.vs fd, Agenat.
d interisting wvork can be ub
rof E. M. PENN.
IF lISTi WI,
RANGING THE FIAF1
IMMENCE SELLLNG HIS
rED STOCK OF
>ose of my ENTI-RE STOCK in a
lo one will find fault with the
Goods, being bought for.
ble in every family, i
lic a rare opportu
MLAR SELLING PRICES
COME A LL9.
C TO FIkTY PER CENT !!
B Y virtue of an order from W. F. Durisoo, Or
dinary of Edgefield District, we will poceed
to sell at Edgefield C. H., on Monday the fth,
day of March next, the residue of the Personal
Estate of John Briggs, dee'd, consisting of
FOUR VALUABLE NEGROES,
viz : one Negro Woman and her infant child, about
one year old, and two likely young Girls, each
about twele years o .
TRms-The f Ve negroes will be sold on a
credit until the 2fh Octobar next, with interest
from day of sale. iThe p lrehaser will be required
to give Notes wito or more approved suretie.
JAMES A.TALBERT, I ,
SAMUEL BLACKWELL. E
Jan. 39, 1860 5t 4.
B Y Virtue of an order from the Ordinary, I will
proceed t feil at the late residence of George
Long, Sr., dee'd., on Thursday, the dt Marb, at
dhe personal Extate of the said George Long, de
eetaed, conisting of ONE NEGRO WOsiAN , two
BedsteadgW and Bedding, one Book Case, and other
TERMS-On a credit until 25th De 1860, with
interest from day of sale. Note and good sureties
will be required. Sums under $5 a sh.
JACOB S. LONG, Ad'or,
Feb 15 3t* a
State of South Carolina,
..' BY COMMON1 PLEAS.
Mickler & McClvey,
RSa e Freign Attaementh
wil be re vird. Su -udr$ ah
JHAtePACOBff S.v LONG, dyoile
liiso sState , and S uh a hrolifnat
Onmione of Messs.e llmnGr,,lan
(tfsttreyS, ith isnere tha thi ai Dfed
ntdpeir darnd anst the Deendecart,
whoeithi ai1andbsena from hisdthou therie
liisoa til tae and abite udg eth wil e nore at
fthsaiar de aatin igh sevd
On moion f TMSr . Til.a B40r, Plain.
wOhn e ar d ii Feb. fro, Iis giaty otwa~
State of South Caroliha,
WV. P. TrotteL),
vs.. 5Forelyn .Atta~chment.
-W. W. Hasvird.
W HIEKREAS the Plaintiff has this dlay filed his
declaration algainst the Defendant, who (as
it is said) is absent froum andi without the limits of
tis5 State, and has nteither wife nor Attorney
known within the Fame, upon whom a copy of the
said declaration might be served.
On motion of Messrs. Tillinan A Gary, Plain
tiff's Attorneys, it is ordered that the said Defend
at do appear and plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day from this date, otherwise
final and absolute judgment will be given and
awarded against hint.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, Feb. 9th, 1860 qly 8
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFyLDi DISTR ICT,
BlY W. F. aDRM' ,Es.,'fOdinay of Mcge
Whereas, Willis Stone, bath applied to me for
Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
goodse and chattles, rights and credits of John
R. Thomas, a free man of color, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the aaid
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary" Court for the said District, to be holden
at Edgefield Court House, on the 25th day .of
Feb. inst., to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 13thr
day of Feb. in the year of our Lord one thouser
andi eight hundred and sixty, and in the eighty
fourth year of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Feb15 2t 8
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
C. M. Gray, Dearer,
H3IE Plaintiff, in the above stated case, having
1. this day filed his Peelar.t4jon in my oilie: 49.j
te Defendardhavingneithrsw.ife nr Akttornauj
known to Sldewitli the Iimitrof thils StatqrO4
whom copica of~sai~d dlAchatiot5 with :ulcs to pleade
en be served; on. Pio~QtioifMr, A ddison, Plain
tif's Attorney, ordered, That jaid Defendant ap
pear and plead to said Declaration within a year
cnd a day fronm the date hereof, or final and abso
lute judgment will be given against him.
THOS. 0. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's ofie, Nov. 3rd. 1859, ly 44
State of South Carolina,
W. C. DEWEEIX,
iv. .'- Foreiyne Attachmnent.
W. R. HUDSON.J
T lE Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
r this day tiled his Declaration in my Office,
ad the Defendant buying neither wife nor A ttor
ney known to reside within the limits of this State,
an whom copies of said Declaration with rules to
ph-ad can bse served. On motion of Messrs. Ma
rratht & Wright, Plaintif'~s Attorneys, ordered,
that said Defenidant appear and plead to said De
earationt within a year and. a day front the date
hereof, oar finail tad absolute ju gj ti1 hg giV
en again T in IIJMAS 0. IA00.N, c.c.a.m.
A pril 30th, 1X0 ly --1
L osT OR .STOLEN.---AIl persons are
catutiaoed frsom trading f..r at dueo Note drawn
liy has. Hlatmmond, jr., for $125, given ine June
I1459, anid made psyabale to the undlersignedl. The
Nte was sent by mail and lust tar stolen there
rm. It . &K EY.
~ia harden -Seeds--Crop 1859.
H VE Subscriber has jueat ree-d.. lask~e sup'
4.ply of fre.-h and superior (IA RiDEN SEEDS,
rnm one of thme oldest andl :nost extensive Seed
Establish uments.in the. United jtatse'.
Jag. 11, 1CI0E -'
ALO)T of cht,-p NEW 4AMS j 4 recceet
and for sale by ~ 4' 07
NOTCE,.Ishall kveep etonstantly in readi
-ne.,s a TWO HORSE WAGON ad faithfu
DRIVER to accommodate the people.
U. W. LANDRUM.
I;sb. i f
BUGGIES, 00i HES, &CC
I WILL positively close o t the balance of m
Stock, consisting of
ON THURSDAY, FE RUARY 23, $60
They will be sold at Publi e Sale, et my Store, i
rmar of the City Bank, on R eynolds Stiet, and a
HNAnD & CLARK'e Warehoo , by
W. B. GRIFFIN, Auctioneer.
I have the Irons of some 25 Buggies, and a lc
of Castings, Iron, &c., whic - I will salt at privat
sale or at Auction on 23d.
All will be sold for Cash or approved endorse
Ngjtes, with iterest from ate. All sums undo
Cash; from $100 $200 three months
;200 to $500 six mon a; all sums over $50
u 5800, nine months; 0 er that amount twelv
Stock of Materials d Findings used b
and Harness Make a, I will dispose of lo1
gusta, Feb. 15, 18 2t 6
Edgeffeld M e Academy
T HE Trustees of this Institution respectfull,
announce to the peop e of this and the adjoid
ing Distriets, and the . tate at large, that th
EDGEFIELD ACADEM 'Is now in fall opera
tion under the manageme t of the most capabl
and efficient instructors.
MR. JAMES 0.-FER EL, the Principal, en
ters now upon his secon year with us, havin
proven his abilities to o r complete satisfaction
He is a thoroughly quali ed scholar, and one a
the most successful of te chers.
MR. C. F. HOKE, tb Ansistant, comes to u
with the bestrecommen ations, and we have ever
confidence that he will show himself adequate t
the duties of his positio
The Trustees hope to *ve their attention to th
Institution from time t time, and to supervise it
interests and the well-d Ing of the pupils.
The Terms of the Ac demy are as follows:
1. The lower English branches, such as Gram!
mar, Arithmetic, Geography, &c., per an.
2. The above, with t e higher English
, Branches, per num, $36,0(
3. The Classical Dep artment, inclusive
of such English studies as may be
desired, per ana m, $40,0(
R. T. MIMS,
G 0. A. ADDISON, g
E MUND PENN, or
J. B. SULLIVAN. J".
Go. A. ADDISex, S c'y A Tre.
Feb 14 4t 6
Sher' 's Sale!
BY Virtue of aund y Writs of Fieri Facias to
mn directed, I wjill proceed to sell at Edge.
ield Court House, on the first Monday and Tues.
day in March next, t e following property in the
following cases, to wi t:
B. C. Bryan for other, -vs. John R. Wever;
Other Plaintiff' sev rally vs. The Sahue, Four
Negroes, viz:' Annis, parolipe and her two Chil
drcn, Ella and eli -
J. H. 11ollingswor 4 J. W. Walkgr, E3x'ors.,
vs F. W. Nielolas p 4 John 11. Hamilton: One
Nego women -Diua, the property of the Defend
ant liamailton) Also, one bay Horse, one Buggy
and Harness, (the property of the Defendant
Goorge A. McKi vs. Martha A. Crafton, One
Negro woman Charl t.
B. C. Bryan vs. J aL.Nicholson; Other Plain
tiffs vs. The Same, 'Negro buy Andrew.
Terms Cash. -
.LEWIS JONES, s.E.D.
Feb. 16, 1860 -4 2to 6
She 'if's Sale,
J. H. Hollingsw rth and
. W. Walker, E aeuters,
vs r Pi
F. M. Nicholas a d
Joh:i B. Hauiiitu a.
BY Virtue~of th writ of Fieri Pacias to me di
rected 'n this case, I will proceed to sell at
h residence of t e Defendant F. M. Nicholas, in
he village o'f Ed eheld, on Friday the recond day
f March next, vi : one Piano, the property of
the Defendannt, th said F. M. Nicholas.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, S.E.D.
Feb. 10 -3te 5
She iff's Sale.
Y Virtue of 's udry Writs oif Fleri Pacias to
me directeui will prpgegd to sell at Edgefield
,urt House, o rat Monday and Tuesday in
- raperty, in--the fol-l
lorn and others.
Josepth Hhightower vs.* Wade Frankli, -u
Franklin and Benjamin Barton, a Tract of Land
ontaining two thousand acres, more or less, ad.
joining lands of William Gregg, Mrs. Kizarah
Swearengin and others, the property of the Defen
John Bracknell by his next friend, vs. George
Banks, a Tract of Land, containing one hundred
cres, wore or lesi, adjoping land of D. P. Sell
B. C. Bryan, for others, vs. 1!. Boulware; and
other Plaintiffs vs. The Same, Two Lots of Laud
in the Village of Edlgefield, containing Two acres
each, frontipg the Stage Road from Edgetield C.
11. to Hamburg, adjoining lots of Land of M.
Frazier and others. One other Lot of Land in
the Village of Edgefield, containing Six acres,
adjoining lands of the said M. Frazier, the said
H. Boulware and others, Plato of the Lots of
Land will be exhibited on the day of sale. Also,
onedgrb lioy-by the-name of Dsan. : -
, s.. .--6. AW!!S EID3SON, ..D.
Feb. 10th 1800. Slte 5
State of South Carolina,
IN, ORDIIA RY.
J. D. R. Miller, Ap't., FoPaifts.
Bto re-sell at the fornier purchaser's risk, a
Edgefeld C. H., on the first Mondiy in Marci
next, the Real Estate of Mrs. Elizabeth F. Miller,
deceased, consisting of a Tract of Land, contain
ug onehundred and eighty-four and a half Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Charles Dunkina
. J. E. Padgett, George Enlat and others, lyinj
and being in the District eand State aforesaid.
Tnxs.-On a credit until the second Decembei
next, puorchasers to give bond and good securities
and a mortgage of the premises tothe Ordinar2
to secure the purchase money. Cost to be paid
in cash, an& also to pay for Titles extra.
JAMES EIDSON, s.un..
Feb. 10, '80 3te. 5
State of South Carolina,
- DREFIELD DISTRIGT,
B. W. Sanders and wife Edney, Ap't.)
. s.. For Par.
Tho. Chapman and, others, Def't.)
B Y an order from the Ordinary, .I will procee'
to re-sell, at the risk of the former purchaser
at Edge~eld C. H,, on the first Monday In Marc]
next, the Real Estate of Nathan Chapman, dec'd
consisting of a TRACT OF LAND containing oni
hundred and thirty-live acres, more or less, situate<
on Terripin Creek, waters of 8aluda River, an,
bnunded by lands of Edward Culbroath, Andrew
Cha~udan; lands belongIng to the Eat-ate of Jamue
Walle, Mrs. Ann Wiseman and others, lying and
being in the District and State aforesaid.
Tams.-On a credit until the eighth of Decem
hor next, purchaser to gire bond with good secn
rities and a mortgage of the premises to the 0r
diary to secure the purchase money. Cost to h
pai in cash, and also to pay for Titles extra.
JA MES EIDSON, S.E.D.
Feb.10t, '60 te5
State of South Qarolina,
uGEFicI FISTRICT, -
IN OkINhA R Y.
Y WY. F. Durisoe,.Esq., .Ordinary of Edgefiel
B DiereMry Padgett and Manchester Padge
have applied to me frLetters of Administratiol
with the Will annexed, on all and singular th
goods and .chattles, rights and credits of Samuo
Padgett, late of the District aforcsaid, decease<
Thee.are, therefore, to citc and admonmsh s
anI singular, the kindred andi credito.rs of the sai
deeased, to be~mna.nappear betfore me, at our ne:
Qrdinarys-Court for the said District. to be holdle
at Egeticeld Court House, on the 25th day of Fei
rary inst., to show cause, if any, why the sai
edmipitratlion ,hould not he granted.
(ivej iade.n and and seal, this. !3th .Ly
Felm~qary,: i,tm agetr.~ p'.r L gr. . (oq ItoSk
,g:t-h- fydreu and .ity, aua iipAle cigh t7tur
yl.a.b - : p ..RSE ...
eb 15 969 -
1eduction of Tolle
LL WAQ1ONS travelligg the Plaink Road
Hamburg will he allowed to return fry
-liainburg on the Road for ONE HALF the Re
Iular Rates of Toll, provided they purchase a R
tern Ticket in advance, as they go to Hamburg.
W M. C. SIBL EY, Trees.
J e bii la 4
AS WE ARE MAKING ARI
ture our CLOTHING here a
close out all our HEAVY
WINTER CLOTHING A
r FROM THIS D
HEAVY JACKETS AND
We have just received an ixiev
of direct SOUTHERN IMPOR.
assortment of Southern Manufac
all of which we will make up to
WE ARE AGENTS FO
Which can be seen in constant o
which are fully guaranteed by
$50 to $100. Description of
will. be sent to any one wishing t
Augusta, Fob 1
JAS. G. BA]
IG R OOR100 011. [lTHS, RTiN
WALL I'PF4AIiNG ANP SOSPNT"
AND ?IANO, TABLE
205 BROAD STREI
JAMES G. BAILIE, 2341
MWAll orders shall meet with our proupt i
Augusta, Feb 1
THEj NEWLY ESTAB
Would respctfully invite their fi
in our line'to gixm
Than has ever b
Augusta, Ga., reb i
C. P. REDM
Broad.St., below the Ci Hotel,
HAS JUST OPENED,
And is constantly receivithe aut I f,fl as
GENTS', BOY'S AND INTs ]
of every description, f. * n woo l, to
CANES, GLOVES, UMIBt. a
Hats from Grauitevdl
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, andRAED
TO DOGOOD SERV "ATD;a
My Goods are Entiroly
pCALL AND EXAMI *.
Augusta, Jan 25, 1860
SPEARS & HI
3TILL 0CCUPY THEIR 0 ,
Opposite Planters' Hot .1, No.6
Whero they Constantly kcep o 'land on.
TlE LARGES TOT*0
IN THE SOUTHERN COUNg .
ICuo ising iMyery ArtilIn th -
Drug i ~Fancy Goods Trl i
- Which they will Se 1I
- AT NEW YORK PRICEI;
BPrice Before You Buy,.
Augusta, Jan. 25, 1860 tf .
.JOSIAH HELEY & SONS,
- NO:-6, WARREN B3L.CK,
OFFER FOR SAELOW
t 300 BAGS Rio. Laguyra and J'ava COFFEE ;
100 BLS. A.B.C. Crushed an. Pmw. SUGAR;
i 100 lbdi. & Bbls.WI. I.and N.D. MOLASSES;
LBAGGING, OPE 'TEA,L PCES, SHOT,
d LEAD, CANDL E 0Ait NAILS, .
All Articles in the Grcery. g ,
Lu Lard! Larl!
U^TAVE just ree vd 1000 50s .ine Lrd
on Consignment, which will be El o fo gth
CAH. S. E.I)E ,Agt
noth ishil to
GQO ring our
ND SHING GOODS,
'AT AT COST
PA. FOR SERVANTE
>ice of- H and CASSIMERI
ATIONT. d shall soon have ai
tured CAb ERES and JEANS
order in tie best styles and at th(
220, Br' Street, Augusta
THE 3J MAKES OF
pornation zt our 6itablishnent, and
the Manifaciuhrs. Prices from
Maichine . Amples of work
ly 4 ______
as O:' A.LL S
iiT 1l -C,
S A~ M ML2I1Yi'Jf
a J ?FT, PAPER 8%E
ND OEN E COVERS.
SSt., Charleston . C
Itt ition. Crpets maise up with dispach.
L3 D HOUSE OF
Al\ & Co.,
-iends ad the publie gegUny
ion of tieir
o nose w innizig anythii
'rket. Give us a trial..
EVANS & CO.
" isbt 0engge the serisa( a.eacher
Sfor the ensuingye0.' y~ithat 'au coame
ecojngen~~l,'~g a-d sualte tgo teach the
uid '5nglish languages, can do well by ap
an to either of the undersigned.
J. H1. SWEA RENGIN,)
F. M. COLE~MAN, Trustee.
3YM. TONEY. )
Jan. , 1860 * tf 1
!AX (COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
WILL attend a the times andi places herainaf
ter menioned, to colleet the State and IDistrict
aforthayear esamencing the farg dg -ite.
'-' Monday, 6th February.
* Tuesday, 7th "
or * Sawno evening, 3 -o'clock.
JAddy Wednesday, 8th"
rd's, .Friday, 10th "
145, ' -Saturday, 11th"
D3's y'&., Monday, 13th "
Dbi Mob 's, Tuesday, 14th "
It . Read -Wednesday, 15th "
I/e.Thursday, 16th "
1 inbiiesday, 21st "
Cfherok- Yednesday, 22d "
Spine Hes, ' hursday, 23d " fC
Mrs. Allt I riday, 24th "
a J. 5. Sm- . turday, 25th " i
" lichardst nday, 27th a
;I Nicherson *a e evenIng, 3 o'clock. I
5' Smith's Stt. t. day, 28th 'a b
" Coopersvll\ esday, 29th " e
" Burnetts, - evening 3o'loe
" Btoutre'.s r~ a
a Dor's Mils, enia 3 o'clock. #
" Edgefield C. 1-.e k of Court. F
aPleasant laane we ay, 12th March. S
aLiberty 11ill, ay, 3th " li
White House esda , 1dth "~ t
Ned Howls,, ay, 5th " a
4 Mrs. Middleton's, 16t " as
" i. Morgan's, y, 17 " n
"Wightmaan's s. U-, enlit i gjek. - J
'' Cles, .~ ~ 2ith n
\ o ai - ay,21 t '~ tI
' antonsville, ., 22d a
.rer payebrts, wila red tmgive the
4*aVe Oicvredj during the ,in t ' arn
.*i Free versons of cosl ake t vr
urnas in March. or they 9
.in.iS 88 -~" . T.o. 1'
*Steam Mill vme.
(WUSTOMERS will please n ~~lol
UVrrangemeits for SAW I . iRIND)
[Gat my 'Mills, until further
I DA ; !' 'i. . as
F6'it' dBI'a .z
-. I. T.
Information Wan d4
F1lRLY In December last, a certain am RV
Add rnoney as given -~ 0
tbnt please w himself known ol en
Feb. 15, if I
-. AS just received a large supply of Lo
INOURNING GOODS, among which ar
Lupin's Black BOMBAZINES and Black
RIli4G, of the best quality;
Superieor Black ALPACAS and Bl'k MOU
Black Eng CRAPES, of Extra Width,
Trimming and I ILS:
Black Crape an Biock Love VEILS;
Superi.'r Eoglis Black and White PRIU
and GINGIIAMS, of beautirul styles;
With almost eve y article required for Lat
M)URNING AP AREL, and to which the
teutib of the pu, c is respectfully invited.
Augush, Jan 9 tf
A UGUSTA, G
H S on hand a supply of gooa WIIITN
H and NEGRO IJLANKETS, whic e I
sell at very low prices, snd to which the atIf.
of the public is respectfully invited.
Augusta, Jan 9 tf
W ILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, has reee
ed a few Ladies' Rich Velvet and Super
Black CLOTH CLOAKS, (some of extra size)
which he would respectfully invite the attenti
of the public.
Augusta, Jan 9 tf 1
WILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., h
received a large supply of
Rich Velvet and J. Croseley & Sons Brusse
Three-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS;
Fine All Wool CARPETS, at very low prices;
CRUMB CLOTHS, in patterns and by the yar
at unprecedented low prices.
Rich Embr'd Lace and Muslin CURTAINS;
WINDOW SHADES, in great variety of stylI
and at very low prices;
-GILT CORNICES and CURTAIN BANDS,
he public is respectfully invited to call 2nd ex
ar iue the asoortmnent.
ffW. S. has an Agent residing permanently i
New York, through whom he can order, and b
Stenmuer anl Exijress receive Goods with grea
prouptness. Articlee whjch wity uot usually bo
kept in the Pry (o.ls Uf Augusta, will be cheer.
fully or4crel fer persons requiring them.
Augusto, Jan 9 1 , k I
Take Particular 'tce!
PIANO FORTES I
UR attention has been called again to the
advertisements and reports set forth by un.
principled Agents and Dealers in Pianos, who by
faladehoods and inuendo desire to Injure our trade
to benefit themselves.
aWd are not "AGENTS " for any man or Com
pb , but buy and sell for the profite, and our
su,.ess has called on us the curses of all our com
petitors. We wish here to state that we have
never sold a Chickering & Sons ianQ, amit wish
it distinctiy undera1too4 that w soil the JACOB
CHIC4'EUNG E.1ANO, which we consider by
far preferable to any others sold in this country.
We have never sold them as anything else, and we
stake ourreputation that they have as much tone,
will went as well or better, and STAND IN
TONE LONGER than any other.
Anotfier A3ENT, assisted by a gentleman re
cently shuvr'a-nd tarred, has circulated the report
that JACOB CIIICKERING had hi~s nas
cagdfro -ething else on purpose '-a
Pianos. i Th c'JL false. W, ..Tfess t
Ikne. -ve 1Qg - a geo
from a badt o n'igg itl,s anote that th
Fancy .7 4 ae..oard dou not benefit th
S AN F ORD'S
NEVER DEDILITATT .
IT Is cosaspounaded entirely fw tauans, and
has become an established fact, a tts dard Medine
knowth and approed by' e all that bave 1 taadh
now resored iwith con- ~ ~ial~edhasea
It lia. er t .otib # tithis the last two year,
who 'lha 9 ellU' tp ilit u ;hp of relief, as the nu.
aierus unsolIted cer-j 0' tcaes in any posseslons
show. - -" ' s Theiose amustbe adla.
ted to the temperamnengg 1 of e UTaly"dual taking
It, andl use hl syeldia, N jill,as as to aca grently on
the Bol4''"' Let theadictates of your
ud iliutuide you In, the use of the LIVER
E lGORAT Oil, ;and ii wili cu' Liver
Conaplaint,Dios.. IAtsacns, DySsijsepsia
C~hroseDiarrher,~ S u saaa se r soass
plaints, Dyentery, i D ro psay, S o ur
Stonmach, Habitual Coatlvenaess, Chol
Ic, Lholera, Chole- _ ra Morbua, Cholera
Infanutan, Pla ti- Ie lessee, Jau nd i ce,
Plensale Weakness- es, andi may be used sue
~esfully as an ordina-ag ry Paauly M 'tdl1
tine. It wlllereSlCX' H EAD A C HIE, (au
housands can testIfy,)itas' @ twentyusinutes, if
t'wo or three Tea-I sI poonflals are tak
rn at commaenacement of'i_ attack. - ""
All who use it are|"" giv; c iniony
MIX WM.S 3N THE NOUTH WI I'I
Price One Dollar per Botl.
SA NF ORD'S
SA T HA RT IC PILL8,
COMPOUND):D FR ' -
'ore Vegetable E*""tr s eg ' ' t in
$ 40'.*.iJts andl will keep in
The Panaily Cathartic PILL Is a gentle but ac
Ts Cathartle whleh the 1 IproprIetor has used In
Is practice snore thin * jtwenty years.
The coastantly liness-1 a i ng demand (rom those
rho have long used the PILLS, and the satie.
tcti which all express m.2 In regard toitheir use, has
aduced me loplace them Iwlthina the reach of all.
The ProfessIon w el I know thaat dlferent Ca
iarties act on dIfferent ,.. partonas of the bowels,
The FAMILY CA. erHARLTI C PU
as, wlth due reference to It. i 'his w~tss a.
een comnptided frnmJ 0, ~
_mn * igood sind af i as
j*~gttesc ahaucIs~ ,.Ineres, such as De
anagesnents of the tosnacht Sie apS'
ess, Pain. in the ("' fDack 1Usd L oinsa.
ostlvenme. P ah I a land Soreness over
a. w holIe body, I - tr.,m suddlen cold, which
eqety fneglected,' -end in a lonag courSe of
eve,i so pp.'' tile, a C r ee plu g
snaationa of Col Ed l..ower t he beod y
eatlessneus, Hlead-, I" ache, or welght In
e. h ea d, all In-' I Basunnatory15 I,
as, Woranas iChil- dev ;i '.AA Wt,
~~~ tisa df rtlisemcent.
PRICE 3 DIMES.
The Liver Invigorator andi Panily Ca
iartic Pills are retiaiied by Drugglstagenerally, anad
Id wholesale by the Trade in all the large townas.
S. T. W. SANPORD, IM. Dl.,
Mianufiactur'er ands ProprIetor,
335 Droadway, New Y~
Aug. 24, 1859 1! " ' 88
N UARDIANS, TRUSTEES and COMMIT.
N TEES are required to make their annual
eturns to this Ofice by the first Monday in April
est. Rules will be issued against all wl" fto
iso hy that time.
OTICE.-All persons indekted to the ljstate
of John Ciach; dd~e.ae aire lyereby g
ted to malie: pa o'af asu4 a ysatab, ,
iM'ig atised actr4in to
?ec. 28, 1959 ly 53
OST,'eIn the city of Augusta on Friday night
4 the 201th of January last, between the ticket
ice and cars at the Gesargis Rail Road Depot,
y purse containing a note unn G. A. Addisonn and
hers t'or the sum of five haundred and five dollars
a! seventeen cents ($5a15,17,) due 13th January
60, and dated January 13th 1859, with interest
ins dinte. All persons are warnnedl not to trade
said note, and any one finding the samne will
lige the subseriber by sendiang it to him to Ox
SAWML K. BORDE RS.
DRY GOO1S TR1AL
dis, jlIE undersigned beg too inforta their custoI
dis T and the puldic, that they are perfecting
0E. rangements with Manufnctories of Georgia. 'A
Carolina, and other portions of the South, tc
RN- supplied regularly with all kinds of G(tiode in
line; and have instructed our Agent in New I
for to purchase nec more Goods that will come in e
petition with home produi-ts. 'We are also mal
arrangements by which we hope to be enablec
iTS import fr o Europe an cenple stock for next F
Trade, with the exception cf such Goods as
, can purchame at h'one. We tire determined
at- far as it is in our power, to euourage bome
ductionts. GRAY & TURLEY
Augusta, Feb 6 , if
N . GOODS l (FATURERN
AGENTS of Southern Dry Gowlis Manufat
ries are requeste'l to forward Smnples if
Ey tivul dsi which thsamake in their ertabliehments
ill the undersigned, pl Xproess, at our expense, a
ion atate their Ca.h Prices
G 4 Y& T U RLE;Y.
Augusta, Feb it tr
Lv AUGUSTA, GA.
or EG to inform their friends and the Ladies
to ASEdgefield that they have- just received
on NEW and BEAUTIFUL article in the way of
SEVEN FLOUNCED SILK ROBEI
Just Imported and ENTIRELY NEWi to whh
we would respectfully Invite the attention of t]
Augusta, Feb 5 tf 5
Ls IE business heretofore conducted at Col
Is Springs, . C., by Mr. 1. B. hANSON fi
me in my name, will from this date be carried o
in the name of J. M. CLARK & CO.
Personf indebted to me will please settle u
d. with Mr. HaSoN.
The Subscriber returns his thakstu to his friend
and customers for the very liberal patronage ex
tended to hit and kindly a.-ks a continuance 0
the same to J. M. CLARK A CO., who inten
keeping a full supply of (olods at the lowest pri
ces. JOHN 31. CLARK.
Augusta, Ga., Jan 2, 1860. 2w 1
- FOR THE
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
T !E Subscribers respectfully call attention. t
their Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods!
It is, perhaps, as complete as any in the Vil
lage, anl was electel with a View to please both
Village and Country customers.
Amonr tbe uany artieler thrt abey are offering
l'or sale, may be fuun.l .a.e following:
- few Superior SILK ROBES;
'd A" DeLain " -
"f " Cashmere."
A good lot of plain French 'MERINOS;
S I " and Figured all wool DE
A few fine VELVET CLOAKS; -
A good variety -af Black aud Colcsred
Sta-Side, Stela an ')laid all wodl 11
A few nue Trimmed frQNNET i
A good lot of Cheneal fnd Str w BO%
A laig lot of Bonnet, Tritntag and ]
Embroidered and Hem-stitchfd IIDK
" COLLARS and' CUFFS
Lace SETTS and Leve DERTEIAS or
Fine Kid, Cloth anl Doe Skin GLO
4.1od 'iAmn.i HOP-SKI TS;
A fine ctock of CORSET J ~CA
[A very full lot of Ladies ad Ztu's 2
A ebholce variety of En~lih RMeh
man FANCY GOODS, PERb UMRY,
A...-L4.. ALS ..,_
. --- m nas Mis
ITo --n examination med articlet
....2 the prices, the earneetly
invite all buyers, an el U a..
of the trade of the season7
Oct 19 tf41
Fzgt Dryg., 2d S~ar~gAz, S. C. M. }
'Edgetigid g.WM, Jan. 3, 1860.5j
* N pursuance of an order Issued from Brig. Gen.
MORAQNS, an election will Ice held at the yari
ous precinets in the 101th Regiment, S. C. M., on
Friday the 24th February next, for COLONEL of
said Regiment, to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Col. DRAN. The managers ol
the electieon are hereby further instructed to assem
ble at Richardsons, on the Saturday following,
count the votes and report the result of the elec
tion to Gen. Moragne, on Monday the 27th Febru'y.
Lieut. Col. Smith and Maj. Aiton, are celxged
with the extension of this order.
- By order of the Brig. Goned.
H.. \Ye\AISt0N, Brig. Maj.
Fiast Divtsroar, 2:1 Blaatt, S. C. M. }
Edgetield C. H., January 3, 18805j
ORDE R NO.- .
IN pursuance of an order issued from Brig. Gen.
IMoRAaoiE, an election will be held at the vari
ous precinet.< in the 9th Recgiment5 S. Q. M4. on
Friday the 24th Febru'y ne~st, (o VONEL ol
said Rogiument, to fill 11ia y o.eauioned by
the resignation j V o910 ts. 'lhe managr
of the eleqjtun Se L y~& uther instructedto,
assembie etfri. W. Blrunaon's, on the Saturday
folloiaig, count the VOtes and report the result of
the electIon to Gen. Moragne, on Monday the 27th
Lisnt. Col. Burton and Maj. Blocker, are charged
with the extension of this order.
By order of the Brig. General.
H1. W. ADDISON, Brig. Maj.
Jan. 11, 7t
IIXECUTOR'S NO Ila A yrsons
indebtedl to the estate~ #f jamaes Shippard.
dec'd., ta gby~~c ze u9ted1 to make immediate
pae ud ose bha ing elaims against saId es
sei aret~qu sued to ,present thempoel tee
It is therefore orderet.\ M shey do appear in
the Court of 0.g at Edgeield Court House,
on Moggt 8 th day of April next, or their
o lb. o h same will be entered on record..
Given under my hand and Seal of Offiee, this
the 7th January I1.e60.
Ja.W. F. DURISOE, o. 3. n.S,
SHINGLES, SQR, LATIS, &c.
Frg1HF opcsiter will furnish .to order and de
' liver SHINtlLES, BOA RDS, LATHS,.
I1'WED) TIMBE R, Ae., at the usual prices, andI
will fill all orders promptly. He promises satisfac
tin to all who may fiavor him with their atron
age. He may att all times he 4iausdI at his lather's
residence, four iel,1i hos Edge~eld C. H.
Sek 4 Ya 5
ESTRAY--H. W. Posey, living 9 miles East
of Edgefield Court House, tolls before tao a
small matre MULE, mouse colored, black stripe
over the sh.ulder, suppeosed to be 22 years old, and
appraised at twenty dollars.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges anal take her way.
SAMUEL POSEY, M.E.D.
Feb. 1, 1889 2t* 4
Plank Road Notice.
LL Persons travelling the Hamburg Age
field Plank Road must he prepgret is.9
their Toll in Cash, as the Qga5, (esgesa are in
atructed positivel pt to.eet n n.
. #f. JEFFRIES,
225 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
ners I OST respectfully invites thu attention of the
ar- . citizens of Edgetield and the reat of South
)uth Carolina to his
b* Gallery of Fine Art,
'ork Over Messrs. Shern'an, Jesup & Co's. Saddlery
e- taesalishent, and' nearly opp..4te P e United
:Ong Sb utels. Having h'ad all the
I ti advantages of the Art, he fuels ais-ured that he
will not fail to give gnerail stisinetion.
we A share of pulic tronage is solici-ed.
,F 98o'Pictures taken a- well in cloudy ts clear
ro- weather for persons oi4r ten yurs .f age.
Augusta, Jan 1$ ly 2
- Chalmer's GaHl ry Ambrotgpes,
A. T. YON,
to.OULD r.spectfully nfiorm the cilizte (f
all Edgetield- ani surroauding count ry, that be
to has estabfished laimwelf in the above well kn'.wn
ad Gallery, where bp will .levoto his whole attenti..u
to making AMBICOTYPES. . le will be happy at
all times to .-;o hi friend. fr ,o uld Edgefilta, and
make them Pictures that cinnot be equaled in
12 Picture, In very neat Cases for 50 cente.
A Ulusta, Feb. 1, 1g60 .. IM 4
MU IC, &ce, &ce
15 THE subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Districtio,
!h for their liberal patronage during the last ten yearr,
le would inform them rAat they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortjnsat of
from the celebrated mr.nufactorise of Raven Bacon
&o., Iazeltou iros., uad A. Ii. Gait & Co., New
York, for whom they are sole Agemt.. These in.
struments having already wun such far-tauntd ce
ir lebrity, it is-Gnly necessary for us to repeat that fyr
stren th, durabliliiy and tinish, together with y'*'fer,
0deeptJ, 4eeetnee 1uufnena f 'a,,.they challenge
competition. Person wanting at superior Piano
Forte, would do much b -r to call and select from
a large assortment..than - eali g with Pedlars
and agents of inferior maker -r they have no
ehoice, and have often to pay er.prices fir in
ferior Instruments, -than i' Superior
makers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold -is war., uted In
every respect, so the purcha -I .- no r; what
ever. Persons ordering from a -ustane' u
can depend upon gutting a GOO, . as
we make It a pofnt to keep good# of the be
and such as we ean recommend and w
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly recivin
new pieces as they are published.
GUITAR and VIOLIN STIXGi
of the the best quality alwaye on han4. --
would also call attention to their large ' of
I Schp and Miscel - Books,
- o ea i71.!Mfl1y W~~xs
z th artlcd' 1"tElways on hand the lar-.
.,sI assortaenn the State, of
GUITARS ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUES PLAGEOLETS, VTOLIN llOWS,
LeTra- ,'4Lale of \usialL Merchandise.
Carhart's and NeAeg.t's and Prince's celehr#s
Aeood ns and - - -~ e
bet ao a sold at low
All of the above articles soda bo ries' -
. wu a ow~so, auza eep on hand a ful. s
sortment of their Pianos for sale at
d WARRANTEJ) to givo EN'lIRE S'ATISL
J.eClh antd sau them before purchasing, and
you will be se not t. buy of Pedlars or pretend
ed traveHug Agents.
P.S5.-I have other PIANOS fsar sale,
full stock of. GiUITARS, VIOLINS, A ..
ONS, MUSIC, &c.
Augusta, Nov 21 tf 4
UJNITED STATES HOTE,
T HE Subsetik~eshaving bought out the inter'
est o( k. IWELLE, in the firm of DWELLE.
A IMOSHER, Proprietors of the
UN1TED STATEN DOTEL,
Take this opportunity to inform their friends aad
the public generally, that they will spare no jains
to supply their Table and Rooms with the BEST
that cnn be obtained ; and would solicit a continu..
ance of the patronage heretofore so liberahly gives
to the old firm. DOBY A MOS]IER.
Augusta, Sept, 38S8 1Sf 38
Original Sewing Machines !
T H ESE Machines are unquestionably the BEST
WORKING Machines ever made. Call and
see them at the Jewelry Store.
J. E. MUNGER, Agt.,
150 Broad Street, Augusta, .
Nov 30 tf 47
LAND FOR SAL
Tg1BE Subscribersofet r osale th * UABELI
I. TRA CT 01' 1JA?*k la! - B. . Turn.
n.' resided at the time of b;. Wth. This Tract
is -Mie onRcky C- .,7 about 2 utile. froma.
Rocky Creek Chr J miles from Edgoeield C.
HI., ad~jiuing lar~ :Mrs. Mathews, Benj. Cog,-.
burn and oth ad con taini
Four ,dred antd thirty-two ACcsN
Nal o ch Is native foresa---priz.e o sard
--I-- sis L-.ond.tina .eer Dw.;ng.
Emily Burt and .James re..~..,
and his wife Sallie 1)ozier j r
BY vijtue of an order of Court in rUff endse,.f\
wIll proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
graI Monday in Marchy. the following real Estass
of Sarah Coghurn, dec'd., via:
One Tract, of ILand centaining One Uuiti
dred andl ninety acres, more or less, situate in tii
Distriet, and adjoining Lands of B. F. Mays,. T.
N. Lundy, BI. P. Tillman aed others..
Tumaa-Aceredit of one year with interest frota
day of sale, except as to so mutch as will defray
the costs of this suit which must be paid in cnsh.
Purchaser to give Bond with adequate sureties to
secure the purchase money. Title, to be paid for
extra. Z. W. CARWILE, c.La..
Beef Hides Wanted.
I WILL pay 121 eta., per pound for good DRT
BEEF HI DES, in Goods or Cash,. If delivered
at Leesville, or at Hiram Uiplacn'a Store, or as
Mit. Willing. I will alhil pay a fair pr'ce for'
GOAT OR SHEEP SUNl~S delivered at. cibhee
if the above plucss., JAS. DUDLEY.
Febi di6p 4
N OT1(geAll p~;sons are her tioned
against t for a Niote Thomas.
LI. Ibunet 25th Dec.0
ble to . Barker,w