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FALL DRY GOODS.
SRAY & TURLEY,
Respectfully inform the public that they are now
Fall Dry Goods,
AMONG WHICH WILL BE FOUND:
Very elegant Col-tred .1 IL.S. ,ntirly new;
Rich Foulard -ILK 4 .r- n:
Rich Uroende iond P
Very Rich White -r H Bridel
Rich Chene ST!.-. - es;
R'h Paris Pri:-d -l . -.. .Di;L.uN ES
Lupin's Best A1ERM.un. i't vuly hanadsome
Rich Brocade and PI:ein POPLINS:
Very Fine French DEBASES, in small figures;
Low Priced Mus-iu DELAINE.4, cre.-t varieLy,
Lupin's Best BOMBAZINES. --xr-'n:'y -'heap;
BOMBAZINE DE TE, a:--w a d ..:auti:ul ar.
ticle for Deep M -rn o,;
Black All Wool DELAINES, dne quality;
Fine Black A LP tCCA. very cheap;
French, English, ntl Atmeri.!nn PRINTS;
Black and Colnred .-T; H MAMS:
Bleached and I . .wu l '.
Linen and Cot! --...'-.'' '-. P LLOW
TOWELING, in :: .r&ety, veay cheap;
Fin- All Wool and Si N.-:. F!LANNELS;
Very Hcavy All W - It- I 'L.% 'NE LS. cheap;
IHOISERY. in :'r-- , varety. r Lidies, Geuts,
Misses, and Youths;
Good and Cheap,
With a great variety of other articles, to which we
would respectfully invite the atteution of the pub.
GRAY & TURLEY.
Augusta, Oct 17 tf 41
H86K FALL T R AD H 860.
J.& A. J. SETZE,
I VING receivetd a iarge and well selected
Stjek of Fall and Winter DRY G OODS, are
now pr-paLrd to exhibit them to their customers
and all who many f:ivor them with a call, and are
offering them at the lowest possible prices.
Their Stock consist of all the new styles of
EM1ROIDERIES. in great variety;
CLOTH ar.l VELVET CLOAKS;
-:1tL-L <;.., 11-, .f'iNLs *nd GSNABURGS
lot variety o -i ce ;
D"ESKEN, ,CASSIMERS, TWEEDS and
..w::-!y. Georgia and other JEANS;
Irisa LINEN. Tabe DIAPER, NAPKINS and
SWE L i Y(G. dl trice:
1' 4. 11 1 rud 12-4 Bed BLANKETS,
- t 3 - r E at vt' '0 prie.-:
-C .iand P 3. ;NS, ve have an
:11 -1W t o.1
- - . re.. s 3 usual. All
-vei 1- .re -tis a call be
- .. ..igcsta. Ga.
- C '": M superior Sprorting
-- 30. on h:.od a supply of
SE. iOWERS, Agt.
- - - 3- V-G may bo done
h* -- -n!~ :nd expeirieteceu
- - -;.- all ful' sati5'ne
R. T. MIMIS.
. n . ti 22
dTN GHERINGw :zlnd al t:b-:r MACIIl
NERY.: he I' u:su at GREATi.Y RE
Sho~p on3 theG (i.... i . I....i Rt~ r.anar the Augusta
C.Aton I'actory. A-1
Oct: 29 F.3e 42
PR. A. Q. SIM~ONS'
Hi 1VING purchatsed the OR[(GINAL RE
J1CEiI'T fur Dr. A. Q. Sirumous' Liver
.tiedicitme, the public are hereby informed that
I h-ive madeI arrangements with Mr. E. M. PENN,
Edgefield C. H., to procure the ingredients and to
conOUn1U3d anti put up the medicine.
All persons who have heretofore received the
Medicine on sale, direct from Dr. Smsxxoss, can be
;uppalied by app!ying to Mr. E. M. PENN, on the
same terms as heretofore.
JAS. A. TALBERT.
Fa 22 ly 7
State of South Carolina,
M ~ .\. RANSOM. tGuardianl of his chib--ren
e.1Saraht JI!ne, Plteida, and Luther RaInsom.
minor5. Applicants. vs. Abner lishnell anad his
man13, S. S. Boyce and33 his wife America, Midldleton,
M..selev and his wife Eiizabeth. Suasan3 A. Rya.
Staume:3're B. Ryatn and llenijain G. Ryan, Def 't
it :appeaS~rin to msy ?ntisfLe3i,,n that Willininm I.
C~aeman and Middleton Moseley and his wife Eliza.
l.ethI, two, of the Defendiants ini the abov~e stated
e.a5e. reside beyond the limits of this State, It i.
thlerefore ordered atnd decreed, that they 'do :ap
pe~tr and object to the divisio~n or sale of the Reali
E'tate of Sarah R. Gallian, Ide'd.. .fn or before
the ::lst Jany of Feburuary next, or their consent to
the same will be entered of re-curd.
WV. F. D UR ISOE, O.E. D.
D.-c 3. 1860P. 3m 48
State of South Carolina,
I5 ORDIN if Y.
Citation to prove Will in dur formn of law.
WITIIER.EAS JAMES SEALY sa3d him wife
VV Temape, have 'bis day filed their petition int
the &riin.3ry's CtIlee fur the District and State
aflre34nid, representing themselves as being heirs
at.law an.I distributees of Barbara Clark, dee'd.,
31nd praying that, a paper plurportinlg to be thle
):mst Will andI Testament of the said Barbara
Clark, dlec'd., late of said District, may be proven
n ;n due foraa of /me," anrd it aropeatring to my
.atisfactioan that .Tamies Cla.rk and .Tnekann Clark,
h~.:i'a.law, two of' the D)efendaints ini the abiove
statedl rate, reside from an0d be'yondl the limits of
thtis St3ate. It is therefore ordered that the said a
atioC, to;:ether with all andi sinigular the heirs
tend djistriburnes of the said Barbsara Clark, dec'd.,
dIo appo..r at the Court of Ordimasry to be held for
Ed.g.efield District, at Edgefield C. H., oan Wednts
.I'y the 27th 'lay of March next, (3861.) to show
e.sutso if any they can, ethy the petition should not
he h,-ard.l..nd thamt the Will of the said Barbara
Clark, dlee'd., sihoubal not be prosVen " in. due formt
Given nlader mny hand at rny Office, this the
27th Dec. A. D.. 1860.
WV. F. DU7RISOE, o. a. p.
Jaa2 ___ lt 52
rOTICE.---All persons indebted toa the Es
.T tate *of Coal. S. Christie, dee'd., either by
N. t.i or Ace-.unt. are requteatedlIs to make imtnaedi
ate p aymenft.n :h'ase h avinir demtand's against a.
the sam wi!l .pe-enat them to the underigned
W. C. MORAGNE, Adlm'or. a:
Nov 19, 1S60. tf 46
T-IE Subscriber has just received a fine Stock
of GROCERIES, which he is sell3 in t '.r
low p.rices for Cash. The Stock emnbramces in part
SUGA R and COFFEE of all grades ;
Fins SY RUP and MOL ASSES;
CHEESE. RICE. MACCARONI;
GOSIIEN BUTTE R. fne artiele;
MACKEREL in Kits and Barrels, &c.
J. M. H UIDSON.
Dec 24 tt 5 ~ 1
.Tpa".tr lot of FLOURI from Daorn's Mills, in j
nud.$ Sacks. L.. Rt. COGBURiN.
n..1 t( i .4o
,.W. . .a. HODGES,
Successors to Drs. Teague,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
B i.nve to call tho attention of the citizens
.. EIgefield '. t eir 0omplele Stocks of
DRU Gr S,
C H E M I C A L S,
PI'NTS, DRY 1MI IN 011,
Boiled and Raw2
Machine Oil,'Train Oil,
Jus, received and for sale by
C. W. & J. B. HODGES,
Wholesaleand Retail Druggists.
Edgefield, Oct19 tf 42
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINAMENT for cure
of old Sores, Rheumatism, &c.
Radaway's Ready RELIEF;
Sanford's Liver INVIUORATOR, one of
best Liver Medicines ever discovered;
Ilubtetter's celebrated Stomach BITTERS, sure
enre f-r Dispepsia;
Wbitcombs Athmsa REMEDY, certain relief in
Kennedy's Medical DISCOVERY;
Kennedy's Salt Rheum OINTMENT for cure of
Scrofula or any kind of eruption;
Heceman A Co's Elixer of Calisaya Bark for
cure of Chills and Fever;
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer APERIENT;
Clark's Female PILLS;
Marohises' Uterine CATHOLICoN;
PHILOTOKEN or Female's FRIEND;
Pure COD LIVER, oil Jelly anda morepleasant
form to take ;
Bryan's Pulmonic WAFERS which affords re
lief in ten minutes.
Just received and for sale at
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42.
FOR THE HAIR.
Ieimstreet Inimitable HAIR RESTORATIVE;
Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair RESTORER
nd iIvir DRESSING:
Phalon's Improved Magic Hair DYE;
Burnett's COCAINE ;
Phalon's COCINE, POMADE aend Hair OIL, all
.:xcellent fonr giving the Usair a lively and glossy
The Ladics are solicited to give the above as
a -rtment an examinaLticn.
C. W. & .T. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42
OF ALL QL'ALITIES AND SIZES.
T'ooth, Nail andi Shaving RUSH ES;
Uint. Cloth and Flesh BRUSHES:
Inidias Rubber. Cuarse and Long COMBS, a fine
Fine COMBS, &c. Apily at. ihe Drug store or
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 t 42
Extracts for Cooking Purposes
Cox's Sparkling Gelatine,
Mace, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Cooper's Shred Isinglass,
The above with everything usually kept in the
Drug line, for sale low ait
C. WV. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct8, 1860 tf 39
FOR CHILDREN TEETHIING.
For sale by C. WV. & J. B. HODGES.
~ilrer Gloss and D~iamond Stareks.
A large invoice ot' the above superior STA RCII,
'ut up in various sized packages, just at han i, and
will be sold at very low rates, especially to ".oalers
t C. W. & J. B. HiODi ES.
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 39
tine and Cheap Family Soaps.
A large supiply of really good andi v'ery cheap
'awily SOAPS, just opened at
C. W. & J. B1. 'HODGES.
Oct. 1, 1880 tf 39
Bathing Sponges. r
A large lot of superior qualy, received by late
rivals, at C. Wv. & :J. B. IIODG ES.
Oct. 1, 1860- tt 39
PURE KEROS'EiNE OIL,
OF superior quality,na ad coloress,, for sale at
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 391
EGARS AND TOBACUJ.
Just receive. a assortmnrrt of as fine SEGA.RSr
wore ever brought to this Towrn
Also, a choice lot of Chewng iULAC00.
For sale by C. WV. A J. 1B. HlODGES.,
Oct 1 tf 39
500'Lbs. Blue Stone,
For soaking Wheat, for sale at
C. W. & J. B. 3Eo@glyf,,
Oct. 1, 1860 tf ;;
*~- -. | .- -
Vhitcomnb's Asthm'a Remedyr~
A certain cure for Asthmn, ft r sale art
na i inan0. W. A . r. B. .n02025 (
UNDER THE AUC
A.Uar S F
Would inform their numerous <
FALL & WINT)
Is in store now. Novelties are at
Our Stock is the La
NOBODY CAN U
Having another Dry Goods Establishment
the Northern Market, buying exel
enough that our fheilities ar
any other Sout
T O P L A
We would say, t
Blankets, Kerseys, I
-A.t F a ct c r
As an Extra Barl
COLORED SILKS at
ALL WOOL DELAINES, new Styles, S
POPLINS, elegant Patterns, at
WOOLEN PLAIDS, at - -
" " double width, at
PARAMATTAS, fine quality, at
NEW DELAINES, worth 25 Cts., at
OPERA FLANNELS, in all Colors, at
RED WOOL FLANNEL, at. -
KENTUCY JEANS, at
FAST COLORED CALICOES, at
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, at
ALL LINEN TOWELS, at -
EMBROIDERED BANDS, at
"s COLLARS, at
BOYS' COLLARS, at
EMBROIDERED SETTS, (Collars ani
ALL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, at
" 1 Hem
LADIES' MERINO VESTS, at -
FRENCH CORSETS, at -
PORTMONNAIES, at -
The only one in the
PRODUCES EVERY STYLE THAT IS NE
Ladies' and Children's
Y~LOAKs C UT AND FITTED B
UNDER THlE Al
Augusta, Sept. 25, 1860
ENGLISH ROYAL XELVET, BRUSS)
C .A R~ P
1IN NEW AND BEAUPTIFI L Ph
AMASK8 OF ALL KIN~DS, LA
Cornices, Bands, L
LOOR AND TABLE OiL C
Thc largest Stock ever oflered1,
IPORTER~S AND DEALER~
Augusta, Sept 18
THE NEWLY ES TAB]
Would respectfully invite their fri
to an inlspecti'
They may be found at No. 141
otel Building, (late Eagle & Ph
udare daily receiving, from the b
igrIt would be to the advan
our line to give us a call, as we
han has ever been sold in this
Aug @ata, qa., Feb 1
W. H. SALISBURY & CO.
HIOUsEt. FURNISING GOODS,
FORCE AND LIFTING PUMPS,
lead, Bfock Tin and Gakaiinized
IRON PIPE, &c., &c.
'in, Copper, Lead and Sheet Iron
W A RE.
57 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Auusta, Aug '.7 6m M
ALL Persn intrehted to the Sub.<eriber, pre-e
viu. to 180, will p.lease pay P. B jlansoan
etr the 10th day of Febrawr l.6.LA .
Cold Spring, Nov 2S 12t 47 -
LAMPS AND 010L.
.awIebat' Anon Iarr'el Ireh K 50.ENEI
H.C. W. & J. Bi. HIODGI. E8
Dnc1 #1i 49
AUM & CO.,
TA, G A.
ustomers that their stoek of
1R B-RY GOOBS
Ided weekly by every Steamer.
rgest in Georgia !
in New York, and a resident Partner in
tisively for CASU, are reasons
, not to lie surpassed by
N TR S
)at we sell our
ain, we quote:
- - - - 50 and 75 Cts.
t - - 45, 50. and 60 "
- - - - .$1 and $1,25.
- - 12., 181, and 25 Cts.
- - - - - 12
. . . . . . 12A
- - 50 and 62, "
- - - - 37} and 50 "
- - - 50 Cts. and up.
- - 25, 30, 40 and 50 "
- - 124, 25, and 30 "
- - 10 and 15 "
I Sleeves,) at - - 75 "
- - 75 Ct. per Dozen.
stiched, at $2,50 and $3 " "
- - - - 75 Cts. and $1.
- - 7Cts. and $1.
- - - 25, 371 and 50 Cts.
)RY IN CLOAKS,
, Southern States,
W, COMFORTABLE AND BECOMING.
l0akS Made t0 Order.
-Y AN EXPERIENCED LADY.
I, BAUM & CO.,
3GUST.4 HOTEL, AUGUSTA. GA.
ILs, TIIREE-PLY AND INGRAIN
TTrERNS, JUST RECEIVED.
CE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS
oops, Tassels, &c.
'LOTHS, MATS, MATTINGS,
for sale by
3AILIE & BRO.,
S, 205 BRUAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
LISIHED H-OUSE OF
ANS & CO.,
ends and the public generally,
mn of their
9, BROAD STREET, City
onlix) where they have on hand
e~st Manufactories in the country,
tage of those wishing anything
ar offering our goods at
market. Give us a tria].
11EVANS & CO.
U. S. MRAIL LINE
E'O R ~FLOR IDA 1
INLAND TO ST. JOHN'S RIVER?
['he Elegant Steamer:
W ILL LEAVE SAvANN'AH every Tuesday
anad Saiturdtay tat 3 o'clocek, P. M., connect
tg closely at Fecrnnuda'ina with the Steamuer Ex
ei. faor PilatkaL and oither Landlings on the St.
Bly thais Route passengers for thte St. John's
iver avoid the utnpl.asantntess or -rl aaaidae tra,'
1, e olo the deana'ers of the St. Joahn'sa lair.
*~Thassagei fraoma Savannah to Pilatka, $8.00.
A. H. COLE.
Oct Ci tf 412
'I V l I MMOND tltRIT M[LL~ at the haeada of
, 1lrnt's CreckJ. six mniles fraoma Edgefield ViI
iage nudt~ onaftL:d-a-htfnr les frart the Pine
innee~a. isa nowi in (operaltion1, andr prcpuared to do
i R INDINGi at anly time. 1.M UL
J. C. DAWSON'S
NO. 6, WARREN BLOCK,
hIIERE is to be found in this establishment a
Lgreater variety, and a larger stock of pure
A genuine Natural, Mixed and Manipulated
EERTILIZERS, than in any other South of Bal
imnore, and the Planters of Georgia, South CUr
ina and Alabama, arc requcested to call and ex
Mino the stock before buying elsewhere-they
ill do well to do so.
The most satisfactory cerlificates from relinlle
?anters in Georgia and South Carolina, are dlaily
oming in, testifying to the virtue of these Ma
ures, and will be, after 1st of November, forward
d in pamphlet form to any who may wish to see
The AMERICAN GUANO, notwithstanding the
infavorable season, has won a reputation through
mt Georgia, Alabama and South Carolinn, (where
t his been extensively used,) that sets aside mll
!avil as to its position among the best Fertilizers
rot discovered. It Atands side by side with Peru
It is true there have been some failures-always
#ill be-so therelhns been with Stable Manure and
Peruvian, indeed, every kind this season, but that
lies not prove that American G nno will not pity
, large per ceutage. In almost every case, where
,here has been what is called a failure, it has been
wing either to the manner in which it was ap.
Plied, the cultivation or the quantity used. Some
it it too far from tho seed-some lose half by the
wind blowing it away-others by mixing it with
table Manure, or by using not half enough to the
Lore; but take it as it was used, by the inexperi
need Planter. and so far as we have boon able to
Learn the truth, in nine cases out of ten the Gu
noed Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Onts, Barley, Bye,
Turnips, and all Garden Vegetables, have yielded
nearly twice as much as the unguanced land-so
it pays even in the dryest seasons. You make but
ittle this year-poor crops-but if you iad used
no Fertilizer, you would have made next to noth
ing. If the seasons had continued throughout
July and August as they did up to the i5th of
June, the old worn-out bills of Georgia and Caro
ina would have groaned under the weight of the
most overwhelming crops that were ever gathered.
So don't be discouraged, but follow the example of
the Dicksons, Thos. Whaley, T. J. Smith, of Han
cock; Judge Roberts, of Warren ; Dr. Mims, T.
G. Lamar, and the Rainsfords, of Edgefield, S. C.;
who return annually to their land from $I to $ti
worth of Fertilizers per acre, and your success will
be like theirs, an overwhelming income for the
money invested, to say nothing of the permanent
improvement of your lands.
Among the varieties I offor to the public are the
following; AMERICAN, PERUVIAN, SWAN
ISLAND, COLUMBIAN, MONK'S ISLAND CO
LUMBIAN, MEXICAN GUANO, RUFFIN'S
PHOSPIIO,(which isone-balPeruvian.) SANDS',
HOYT'S, LONGETT SUPER.PHOSPHATES,
and MANIPULATED GUANOS, BONE DUST
and LAND PLASTER.
All these Manures are pulverised and ready for
immediate use. All orders will receive prompt
J. C. DAWSON,
Augusta, Sept 24 4m 38
1% C> t io e o
H AVING bought out the Stock on band of
WITT & HUDSON, I will continue the
FURNITURE A N D UNDERTAKING
At the old stand between John Colgan and E.
Penn, Agent, and will try and please all who may
favor me with their patronage.
J. Il. W ITT.
Aug22 tf 33
J UST receiveod a full assortment of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, all sizes, which will lbe sold
LOW FOR CASh. I buy for Cash, anil will boe
necessarily compelled to sell onm the saume terms.
Thirty days is the longest credhit that will be given.
Also, on haroi MAHIOG ANY COFFINS at Au.
gsta prices. Common WOOD COFFINS made
to suit the order, both in quality and price.
J. M. WIT T.
Aug. 29, 1.60 tf 34
State of' South Carolina,
IN COJIJI05 PL EAS.
Lewis Jones & Thos. B. Reese, 1io'iAlco~'o
William R. Huson.J
THE Plaintiffs, in the above stateui ease, having
Ithisoday fGled their Deelareat ion in may oiice, anod
the Defendant having neithoer wife nor Attorney
known to reside withoin the limits of this State, un
whom cuopies ofsa id dteclarntiiin with rules to pilead.
emnn he served:; on mtotion oft W. W. Aodas, Plain.
t's Attorney, ordered. That saidi Defenadanmt uip
pear onod pilead to said Declaration within a ya
ad a daoy from the date hoereof. iir ui and nbhso
ote judgment will bie giveon noninist hinm.
THIOS.I. JA CON,cn. c. i.
Clerk's ofilee, Mirchm. l atb, 156o, ly It0
State of South Carolina,
Johnson, Crews &t Brawley, Indorsers, / Freign~
Wo. WI. 1I:, vird. m ,ent.
T itE Phl, intiits in the ahorve statedl ease, hiaing
.thisildy Ii!d theoi r Dielirit ion in my vle
and the Dfeiimhint hai~ving~j1~ nether wife nor Atter
nv known ti reside witini the liimits of this
an'tet, on wvhoim copies oit .,nid Drinario' n with
rules to lead:o ennm lie served. Oni mioition of LA Nx
uai.o & .Muon i. laint itis Attorneys, tOrdeored thaimt
.idi Detendlan t aqppear mad plead tio said D~ecla rna
tin withiin in year .amit a dlay from the odaie hiereof.
or final andi absolute judg~tment will be given
igisithimt. TI'l0t. G. ltACO)N.,0.*.1:.
Feb 25i. Ilm. qly S
State of South Carolina,
IN (,'.lI.lIO5 J'LE.IS.
Mickler & MeCelvey.1
WI. WI. 11oarird. J
W it EtEAS, the P'liititfs have this oday fileod
their odecliiratioit agndist the Dl~elendoant.
wh. (us i:. is sai.t) is ahsent trom andui without the
litits totf thlis Sitt.t indhs neilther wife nor At
iorney kntowin withoin the .aitieu,n tii htiiim a copy
of lhe .oniod deelmoniiona iibt hel setrvod.
On mnotion of Messrs. T1iliumon 1 t;ary. P'lain-a
tilis Attiorneys, ii is ordleredl tlintm the said Defendo
unt dm aippenar undi pilead tom the 0nil dlecla ration
within a year anid n oay frioma this 'bate, ittherwise
fnal anad abhsote I judgment will he given aund
wtrdedt aigiinst hiim.
T l(:S. I. BA CON. c.e.ir.
Clerk's Oficee. Feb. tI. I 511. q ~ Iy t;
State of- South Cauroli na,
WI. P. Trotter,
0e . btFo iyn A ttuel niint.
WV. Wo. Jlnvirdl.J
WJIlEltEAS thme laintitf hais thi.<a o fi iled hois
ielnratiion against thle D efemilanit. who (::.
It is soil) is mibsint fronm andl without the limits it
this Stitte, aond has nteithoer wife our Atarne~y
know withint the so me, upion whtomn a copy iof the
said delaratiion might hoe served.
On motionl of' Messrs. Tillmian & Gary, laiin
tifi's A ttorneys, it is ordered thiat the snid Detfenid
ant do appear and pleadl to the snid deearatiotn
within a yenr and a dayo fro'm this dtte. otherwise
fial and ab~solute judgmenat will be givena und
awarded against hiam.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.s'.
Clerk's Office, Felt. 9th, 1860t iy t;
State of South Carolina,
Landon Tucker, ' Bill .ior A cioiunt,
John F. Burns anid others, IJi.ertr. (Concel
re. I laioin jIe of e, In
Guthridge Williams, jnnes;.on. /'iartition,
.nmesm Willinms, ando /Telei.
Peter Willinms anid oi ters.I
T appearing to my satisfumetion that the Ue
fendints, Guthridlge Wiliams, Jomnes Will isamis,
Peter I~illiatmis, Butler Williamos, Liirenozi D. G ri
sm, and lhis wife Francees, Snoruho -Inokstin, Andler
ton Hunter andi his wife Mary, anid Willitnt T.
fush and his wife Elizabeth resiode beyondo mime
liits of this State, IOmnmtiiii of WV. WI. A dlas,
Comp. Silicitor, Orderedl that the said Defentdants
to, ppear andto plendl, anso. er or deamur to ihis Dill
within three months froam the date or this ordler,
and in dlefimolt thereof, thme Dill will be taken
against them pro confe/#Mi.
Comm'ors. Office, Dec. 1 11, :'m 2
AL pe jrsaias indeb~hteod to thou Estaote ot Jamotes
It. Swearenogir, dlee'.. prior tlolois deat h.
ore requte i tt o ' moake lom medtiiate pnmnt : nmd
th moie loaviong el~in'0s mgainist inidii Estaite will render
th memn in properly attesteid.I
D. R. DURISOF, Acting Adm'or.
A FULL AND
FALL & WINT
THE LOWEST PSH'
Determined still to allov
And hoping to give his Cus
he has heretofore done. Hi
Hoping to have an early call from his
them, one and all: welcome to an examii
MRS. HENEY'S Stock of Mil
Augusta, Oct. 2
1860. PALL AND W
Our Stock is now FLJ LL. We keep
will sell all kinds of Goods at the RIGi
2p All orders will be executed in
:" All Goo(d.Is giaranted I repre.
Augusta, Oct. 3, 1800
Nl 0 RA,W
UND)ER THE UN]
Fine Black.P Bl u and live' Frock a
Descriptions and Colours ; Cassi mme:
match. Fine Bhick (.;ssimere P A NT'S
lancy Cassimewre PA NTS. Siik. M.-ri
Styles ft VESTS toge(t her wilh
Every Style of Goods
We. keep' ai*~lwys onm han
mnt alw~ays well suplI!ied' wvith
O)l' the greaites*t varmieIy o f Frenchi, Fu
excellent cutti rs, we omke up to r
short est notice'. Ouiir S~k of
Is alwayis cuople.te..-cm pruising. every
CALL .AID 'J
To Cash Buyers we c
Augusmmta. Oclt. :J, 18G0
No. 220, Broad E
We woul invite at tention to our Stock (o
We have noiw in Storme a larpi-.e ~ tiorment of
Black and Colored Cloth
Which we are making up to order at short noi
A GOOD Al
A large portion of which we have cuti and nm
Englishi and Southernm Manniactured Goodsi
SELL AT MUCI]
Than those of Northern Manufatictures, as wi
in our Furnisinmg D~epartmnent, we keep
Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Ne
WE ARE~ AGENTS FO]
Which can beC seen in constanut<
which are fully guar'anteed by
$50 to $100. Description of
will be sent to any one wishing
Auguata, March 26 180
'ER DRY GOOBS,
31E MARET PES
v no House in Augusta to
tomers the same Satisfaction
is Stock embraces all the new
5 AND SHEETINGS,
friends, and the public generally, he wishes
ation of his LAR1GE STOCK.
Ilinery in the Rear of the Store.
INTER TRADE. 1860.
the BEST GOODS we can purchase, and
the most FASHIONABLE STYLE and
TED STATES HOTEL,
,G-E O RG IA.
1 Dress C*(ATS- Uns~iness COATV1. of al
1TS-C()ATS,'ANTS and VESTS t<
;Plain, Plaiid, Striped and other Styles o
io, Woo, Yv eai n, Uarathea. and othei
for Gentlemen's Wear
d aL very large Stock of line
.I !'P ND)El. G (*.OVE\S. Nec~k TiF~a
veilng SilAXVWA LS.)1ES de Ch1AMBRIl
Inves.t Przices. O urii mannfac turing deparl
ilS ND VESTINGS,
.r. in the mnost approved styles, and at tht
'AKE A LOK..
ifer Great Inducements.
itreet, Augusta, Ga.,
r Spring aind Sunaner Goods for MENS WEA R
s, Cassimers and Vestings,
ie in thme UEST STYTL ES, and at very low rates
mde here in (our Own Establishment, of Frenchi
and manmy articles we enn
have no Manufacturers proits to pay.
ok Ties, Gloves and Hosiery,
STHE P>EST MAKES OF
)peration at our Establishment, and
the Manufacturers. Prices from
Machies and~ Samples of work
to examine them.
- ,CIIUCKERING ..30NS....
T IIIS ii one of the OLDEST Establishments (of
the kind in the country-and they kstill
maintain their supremacy in the market, having
been awarded THIIRTY-EIGHT PRIZE MED
ALS, over all competitors, for the superiority of
their instruments exhibited at various Fairs in
this country and Europe.
They have bad an Agency in tb'is City for about
thirty years, where thousands of their PIANOS
have been sold to the ENTIRE SATISFACTION
OF EVERY PURCHASER. And to protect their
well-merited reputation as manufacturers, and the
public from being imposed upon, it has become
necessary to publish that every Piano made by
them bears upon the "name board" " CHICKER
ING, BOSTON," in the old English and Roman
letters. andi upon the "sounding board" " CHICK
ERING & SONS, BOSTON," with the number
of the Piano.
JACOB CHICKERING is not a relation of
theirs, and has no business interest with them.
I have the sole Agency for Augusta of Chick
ering & Sons, and keep on hand a full assort
ment of PIANOS for sale at
And WARRANT each one to give entire satis
Call and see them, and their superiority will be
so apparent that you will be sure not to buy of
PEDLARS or TRAVELLING AGENTS.
P. S.-I have a fine Stock of STODART PI
ANOS, and of other good Makers. Also, GUI
TARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, MUSIC, &c.,
&c., for sale low. All orders promptly attented
to. C. CATLIN.
Augusta, Feb 27 tf 8
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HE subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgeflold and adjoining Districts,
for their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
& Co., Hazelton Bros., and A. H. Gale & Co., New
York, for whom they are sole Agents. These In
struments having already won such far-famed ce
lebrity, it is only necessary for us to repeat that for
vtrength, durability and finish, together withpower,
.depth, sweetneas and aoftness of tone, they challenge
competition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call and select fro.a
a large assortment, than by de2iag with Pedlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
-hoice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instruments, than fine ones of superior
makers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
every respect, so the purchaser runs no risk what
ever. Persons ordering from a distance from us
can depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
,re make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
nd such as we can recommend and warrant in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all
new pieces as they are published.
GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS
if the the best quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK OOES,
and other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
est assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS,
1c., and every articlo of Musi':al Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
Accordeons and Violins Repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
0.C1 or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
BROAD-ST., Augivata,. Ga.,
[Between United States and Globe Hotels.]
April 7, 1859, if 13
W E desire to call the attention of Cotton
Planters to an examination of the merits
of the GINS manufactured by us, known as the
These Gins undoubtedly combine the merits of
SPEED, LIGH[T DRAUGHT and GOOD SAM.
DOUBLE CYLINDER GiNl
Is a recent invention, and in our estimation is
decidedly superior to the common Gin. It picks
with greater rapidity, and universally makes a
good sample. The Gin requires good speed, and
is best suited for wate~r or steam power, though
with goodl gear four ninles will run a 60 Saw with
ease. We make these Gins in size from 60 to 120
We refer parties desiring further information to
Capt. A. J. HAMiMOND, Hamburg, S.C.;
Cul. JNO. A. WIL LIA MS, Society lill, S. C.;
Mr. A. A. SIMK INS, Silverton, S. C.;
These gentlemen used the Double Cylinder Gins
We also refer to
Mr. Il. M. PUSEY, Edist, Mills, S. C.;
Mr. JAMES ROGERS, Mine Creek, S. C.;
Mr. UENJ. Rt. 1,OSTWICK, Duck Branch.
Who have our Single Cylinders in use.
Agents.--Messrs. H1. & N. E. SOLOMON,
Hamiburg; Messrs. C0THRAN, JEFFERS&00O.,
Charleston, S. C.
CLEMIMONS, BROWN & CO.
Aug 6m 31
State of South Carolina,
I.V UOIJI05 P'LEA4S.
W HER EAS, an inquest of Eacheat bath been
returnied to this office, whereby, it appears
tbat Charles McGregor, late of Edgefield Dis
trict, whot wats born in liunbarton, Scotland, and
died on the twenty-tirst day of May, in the year
otf uur Lord onie thousand eight hundred and fifty.
Seven, was seized and possessed at thme time of his
death, of a Li't of Landl, containing one-half
Acre, mo're or less, situate, lying and being in the
corpicrate limiits if Edgeiehld Village, bounded on
the North by a Lot owned by R1ev. P. N. Lynch,
on the Eaest Iby L~ots owned by Thomas P. Magrath
and George W. Landrum, and the Public Street
leadhing from the Court House to Pottersville, on
the South by a Lot owned by James A. Dozier,
and on the West by a public street immediately in
the rear of the Court House, and Lots owned by
William J. Ready, F. L. Smith and Rev. P. N.
Lynch ; without having in his lifetime made any
disposition thereof, and without leaving any per
son who can legally claim the same. Now in
piursuance of the directions of the Act of Assem
lily, in such case made and provided, the Heirs~of
the said Charles McGregor. or others claiming
undier him if anty there be, are hereby required to
appear and make claim within eighteen months
fromt the date hereof.
Witness my hand at Edgefield Court House, this
fourth day of April, A. D. 1860.
THOS. G. BACON, C.C.P.
A pril 11, 186 0 tf 14
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
Superfine do. do.
Corn Meal and Grits.
FOR CASH. R. T. MIMS.
July 18 tf 28
A DMINISrTATOR'S NOTICE.--A I1
,t. persons inlebted to the Estate of Charles Me
Gregor dec'd, are herebcy requested to present their
dlemands, properly attestedl, on or before the 21st
Feb. 1861l, on wiche dacy a tinal settlement will be
made in the Ordinary's Oflice. And aill those in
anywise indeb~ted who fail to pny up by the 1st of
A pril 1500, will be sued withoutrespect of persons.
A. RAMSAY, Adm'or.
Fah. 22 17- 7
N OTICE.--AI persons indeebted to the Ei
'tate of Washington Wise, dec'd., arc request
ed to comc forward and settle the claims against
them ; antd all those having dlemnds against stid
Estate, arc also requested to present them proper.
ly attested for pnyment.
Hi. A. SIIAW, A ,ln E's
W. S. WISE. jAtigEr.
Nol' 27 tf 47
I HAVE on hand ETGHTEEN WAGONS of
different sitaes, from One to Six Horse, made of
the best seasoned lumbler and ironed in a very
superior manner, which I will sell low for cash, or
on time if desired. S. F. GOODE.
Sept 19 tf 3
ALL p~ersons indebted to the Estate of JTames
ABlackwell,-dee'dl., and who fail to pay the
samue at an early date, wilt smost certainly be
forced toi pay costs: and those having demands
nagainst the said deceased will please render them
in prpel atteated without delay.
- - -L. TUCKER, Adm'or.
Whiskey! ! -
P.LLS of a good quality of COMMON
25WHISKEY, now in cellar, and will be sold
at low figures for Cash.
8. B. B30WERS, Aq?.
Hamburg, .t.e 3 tI on,