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[Frot the Southaeirn FilhI uLd Firesile.]
Wa-rior's deeds are! runag in Atory,
Men to miortal] W.101. bow ;
cIr. claimu tiair ieed ot glory,
While we ing the modest Plow.
Faithful. sitaplo, unpretendin-.
Herall if the coming grain,
What wi:hout the-, toil unendin,
What vure dew, or iun or rain ?
What v ithout thee, broad plantation,
tli!! .a-id valeo, and richeet land,
1: .i en it' deso.latiion,
Wiorthless r-4 a watato of sand ?
Eldest orn mf 1i::.-d Scienace,
l'i.ni-ur of comfort, jleasure, w. altb,
Mmot eillient furm upplinnee
aa in ie.r, norve and hezalth.
At the c:irliit l-Ilwu of urning,
1') ! l -1ntr-ly I lowinaln L 'es:
tird!. is warning, -
mAur-r: paiitts the Akice.
!e:aaol 1 rourd ie verdaut fallow,
J..yful clinting rural song ;
Ov-~r Iillck, tIroauh t he hollow,
L:y hi. turrowe eiraiight ao I.
Nolier ta-k than wie-Itlitig sal-re,
intling c.,Iet . or 1.t-:ring ?hield,
l. tite narih of' 1l.w:au:min' labor,
Frmin thu Fircide to the FIELD.
e f rasihit-n, riches,
11:1 e tlii' lhrit-s at which they hcw;
lie vur-, inther, ruiriws, dichies,
Vi. I we ianige to the l'or.
it your J:rnal ito Anutist 25th, 1 see
an tnivle io moon-eyed horses, a sub
j.,e h.eh I : n:1 fortuately too well ae
atotiat id wit ha fra ;:aI sal experieice. Mlulh
16:V I lot lbv such horttses, together with
we. eved horses. Of all tie illk that
or c.*:! t 'aund the horse, none is so
1.;;.i :- hi< v:due :ts dMetive ev evs. A
P"n o t~lhe article y)It ilote is wrn, if
my eperenceis ort anyhin ; or, ex-.
e't :rom Luts. the di.:ca~e of' thle eyesi i
lhke. eat nry. I conid give many facts and
iema to s rio ealish tihe 4 rath efJ lily
.1.1:.::. ThlreV 'Irek! s:aIreks of hose.i that
bi. con;- haI :It live. six, ad nine veairs
of a.-. o ny knwle~y. trong 1thod,
W aria as. corn, :andI h:. rd labor, facilitates
bii'.its- VOr touclh. My opinion is
earl subs:;mII tated in Ole Bible, where
i . like Lensgers liki." A truer state
; \V ll: i is not il Ithli- rible.
mum..i-vei. I do noit coni-iidr hit worth
1,i. :~il; 1:tr it takes as much. l'od ihr a
b:tid h I.e ias t does ih1ir one with good I
evs. 7 1: r ath!c f a blind horse is al
' i:ci ritore iltn that of one with good
VyS IL is hig ii tiie our cotsttry should
' i 1e up i hsubjvet of stock or breed.
inag horses. Ni) inan shulwid be allowed to
breed or keep at -weak-eyed stallion, or
ote Wi: o11 0her imtaterial dvtets, for the
re:ia on that the al' re a pubiliea calamity
while a linei. anud gIood horse is a pub~lie
b'ess5Ii. 'lThe Leishature has as much
riha t o intrere iti this paIrticulair as they
lutr e in many inetancees where they do leg
isla1te. I coultd- write a1 book on this stub
ject. if' I had time or the ability. While
.a horase is fed light. andl used in mnodera
tim:n, there is no)! t uh danger of his go.
ing had.; but wvh'n he is put to bard ser
vai andl fed highz (as v yu miust do it lhe
mor his sti ik are ait atll disp.oseda to blind.
:aas.) his eye.s will very soon1 show it.
T1ii bedt :ifmd tonly remeid v I knuow of is
lighi. j:.id, no 11) lab, depa~lete heavily~, and
ke~epi!~a hin:ipor ad wrak, which is worse
han no h orse at all.- B urtl New Yorker.
A co~rrespo~ndient fC thle New York
a l.urlI turges upo~n thtrmters to tuse every
is.-mns itoal addt their 'an:Ltmre heapi. " A
in tin.laaire. air rather they do not mnake
ha:t! as mucha*I as Iheay miught. It is just
abou nt as wvell to thlrmy raanture into the
creek a to throw it ouat of' the staIble in
sumaanaer t ime, tad let it Lay and butrn. It
sho i beV~t ! m ixed i wtr se imtil tat .
stitteaiItf. ,(aitollt P:ath and swamp
mockae will doa this. The lfamer should
tinak aLs auch iof hais manu~lare pile as he
does~ oft :aythaing about his paremises. I
knew iase ihrmuer who really seemed to
appeente a1 manutire heap. IHe would
take hai-4 visitorsn: to asee his pile of comipo~st
wit h 'a muchr sattis!!aetiona as the lady would
rihiow themt to the piarlor, or exhibit her
floweri~ gartdeni. No cart or wagon- and
teamf was idle on hils lram. Some head-.
Ilandas needed cleaninlg tup, or the ditches
by the rmoad-side were partially filled and
u'vergrown with girass, ad mutst be cleaned
ut. >r a~ load of ashes or muck could hie
obltiinaed somaewhere,-atll of which he de
eilareal woul~d akr e taital tuf.'
N Naw, he~ it andi~erstoaod that a ftamer
who is thus laoiokiaag out for his uanure
ih.. will maike three timeis the qanility
an lietter st.ff.' with the saue lad aend
athock, th:ma thle thrmter who tases the ma
here he obtains wit haout anyV elrt.. to) ini
c*rase the~ iyamtity, or ay "special regaird
to te quality. aiht it maay be said that
by putttitng two lots of matamre together,
or a qp~unt ilty oif molad with manure, we
create n ot hingh. That caeb will cota~ ill
the' vah-men!ts of fertility separate that they
woul~d united!. This is trute. Thle object.
ofi th4e uniont is to prQeent the loss of' v:i
uiable elemencts. and also to bring them to
It eunditiont to be conrienietly used, and in
a statc lit ior the Foo~d of phlts."
T1:uy, CiIA11 OF l-IFE.-There are a
thiouasamd thaings in this world to atllict and
saddlen-hiot ohl! hoiw imany thtat are beau.
tilil ad gooda. Thae woarld teems witha
be:tmt y-wihbets that gladden thle ey'i 1
ad waritm the heart. We mnight be happy,
if wie wotuld. Thlere are ills that wVe can-i.
nto t ecape-4thel iapproach of diseas~e anzd
a*th;i of taisfirtaunes; the stundering otf
the. early ties, andl thle ciaker-wormn of
gre-ut the. vaslt arity (af evils t hat
beset us itmigh t hie aoided. TIhe curse a. f
iniiemtple::imee, intlerwovaien as it is with all
the. iittetls fi Society, is aine which
nlever st rike5 butt. destroy. Thiere is i:ot
1,ne1 brighat page uponil the record of its
prmogress-noa thlingis to shield it fr'omt the
haiartiest e'xe.cro ato oft the haiun raace.
Ishub atIio~ t exit--it muat no~ f t. Do l
aLWay with al :14his-let wars cmet toa an end,
at~ut act liri.a,p ebarity. inve. putril
Iamd aaindae.s maark thae intter~outrae hetwveena
Ih, wt a r:dl was madeali lemr us alonie. 11 maw
muhhp.iei r woubii~~'.t wera be.t were~l we t
hiut. iti!t i not . ilark. TIhere~ la nshine i
5 r\ ia h -rIie-iin 4a.e ,kv, a:;-mn thte eartit hi
ther, . wad in1iaia aist. hieais5 if we wiiuld
Ilomok arm .a us. ThIe .stom dit awayv.
aiil a Iaright. lWt - I ? .l9ti4 mllmt. Suaar:a..oar t
d ap:l e ama Ii : d :- a s:.l 1~ ltS'.4 i t he lma rtifh,
w're i < v -r1 v a h a i i i'.~ !? i.. :a:1
lIah e :t.mi-ta 1.e1n hi lOpen i-. a
R.:.MEDY Fu PEACH DouEFRs.-Take
bout half a pint of common al t, and set,
lup in a small bag of strung cotton cloth,
uich as commiton osnaburg will answer all
mtirposes; tie this in the fork of the tree,
tlre lt it remain until the salt is dis
berd by the rains that fill, which will be
ii the cur.,eof two years, and the work
s doie. The brine that runs down the
ruik of the trees will kill both worms
Lmld eggs as they are deposited; besides,
t. proves a benelit to the tree. Should
here have accumulated a hardening of
;utn at tlf surface of the ground, as is
ometimes the case, it should be removed,
o that the solution may reteh the worms.
t is equally as applicable for the apple
ree borer and apthis at the roots.-Cor.
S :r ion Swi N.-A correspondent of
ie Awkal der. Lrndw'i,r/sl/'t states
olie interesting experimwits to test the
use (if alt in fattenming swine. lie se
h-eIte41 two pairs of barrow hogs Weighing
200 puids apiece. One pair received
with their a6ilV allowmice tit' lood two
nllilees ot Salt;the ther air, siiuilarly
fel. naionie. in the course oaf a week it was
easil y Seei that the salted pair had a much
stronger appetite than the others, and af
ter a foranight the salt was increased to
two ounces apiece. After four moniths tlh
weight of the sidted hogs was 320 pounds
apiece, while that of the unsalted, five
weeks later, 'reached only 300 pounds.
This experiment was repe.ted with alost
precisely tihe same results. The author
feeds young pigs, according to their age, a
quarter to one ounce daily, breeding sows
very little during pregnaney, mid during
the heat-of summer withholds it in a great
degree from all, as it induees thirst, and li
ability to disease.
Boti.ED CoKN FoR lloGS AND ornTHR
SrocKC.-W. Van Loom, writinig to the
Prairie Farmer, says that he has prac.
tieed feeding boiled corn t. his stock anl
hogs, ad is "satisfied that he saves one
half his grain, and gains Us much imore in
lime ;" that one blushel of corn (n tlt
Iaob, boiled, will prodiie as much as two
d raw, and in oie-half the ti4une. i one
exile-ril ielit he fed three buslels of hoi!ed
cort, per day, to twenty-seven hogs. fur
ten days. The average gain was two
pounds pet day. .Ie then fed the same
ot. of hogs (ion two bushels of inaw cor
per day for twenty days-they gained a
Iei a trille over one pound per day. The-e
were small young hogs-larger ones w ould
he4V fattened better.
I I .
OILING LEATHIR.-The Scien t?'ic A m er
iean says that oils should not be applied t1o
dry Iraiher, is they wou'd'invariably in.
jure it. If you wish .to oil a harness, wet
it over night. cover it with a bhinket, and
in the ziiorninug it will be dry and supple;
then apply neat's foot oil ini smill quanti
ties, and with so much elbow grease as
will insure its disseminatingt itself through
out the leather. A soft, pliant harness is
easy to handle, and lasts longer than a
neglected one. Never use vegetable oils
on leather, and among animal Ails netit's
foot is-the best.
XACCINAzaiNG TU GAPE' }'NE.-A
French horticulturist, Col. de GoIlherg,
claims to hav'e d'iscver'ed a iehod of'
preserving grapes from mildewing, lby vac
einationi. lie placed one or two seeds oif
the mildewed grapes in the v'ine. A elam.
my matter was formed in the interior of
the incisions, and thea grapes entirely 's
aped the mildew ; while onei v'ine which
was not vaccinated, lost ev'ery one of' its
TlnEi LARGEST YEw.0 or CokN ET.
We find the folluwinig statement ini the
Lountry Gentleman, of' Albhany. It far
surpasses anything we have ever heard of
betoi'e in the way of' corn crops:
Elias R. Lake, oif Mar'ion couinty, tooak
premiums on corn at the liadhea State
hias follows: Foi' 1 nere, 2t.3 bush'
ls; 5 acres, 247 bushels per acre; 10
*ures 233~ btuh'ls per' tere. 'The soil wa's
sand and loam, b)ased on elay, a river hot
(aomi; the oine acre wa p'lowed ten inchtes
eep and planted in dr'ill s three f'eet apart,
itd merely plowed out with shovel plow
thriee m irnes; the five acres were ploweud
ix inches dleep and planted in hills thri'ee
tad a half feet each way, plowed out with
ahovel plow f'uur timeis, hoed once ;the
an1 acre piece w.aa llowed six inches deep
md huad the same cultivation a~s the fiv'e
cres. The corn was measured by weight,
md would probably shrink cousidetabily
SL'.sAGE MEA.- A coi'iesjaondent of
he Germ:ntownu Telegzraph says lie has
ised the following condiments for season
ng sausage meat and can recommend
hem as superior: To 53 lbs. of ment, put
I b. of' salt, I oz. of sage, 4 oz. of pep'
awr, 6 oz. of sugar, }I. oz. of' siltpetre.
MAuosEs MirreaEi v~on T-rnE Cocaim on
.oLm.-Ta~ke one .up of llaxseed, soak it
dliinight. lin the mnoriiing put ini a kettle
wo quar'ts of water, a handf'ul, spalit up,
at' li:suoiie root, one quiar'ter oft a pmuid
at' raisins broke in hair Let theiai boil
il the str'engthI is thoaroiughly extrac ted,
len add the flaxseed, which has been pire
:ously soaked. Let all boil about hlf~it
m hiouir mocre, watching and stirring tham~t
he' miixtur'e miay not burn. Thetn strain
md add leimorn juice aid sugar to talste'.
Lake any quantity, cold, thriouigh the day,
mdi half a tuimbllerfuil warnm at night. Th'le
bov~ie is a most excellent receiis t.
Ls s-ruFO Sea'uss Asi) Bui'ss.
raw egg well beatenmhalf' a pint of' v'in
~gar', an olunce of' spirits of' turpentine, a
uarter of ain ounce of spirits of' wine, and
quarter of aim onneie of spirits of cain.
>hor; thmese ingredients to be miixed to-.
~ether, first dissoling 'he cmamb in the
piriits of wiine, thenu put the miiixtu re in a
>ttle :iid shake for' ten imites. after
vhich it is to bei corumked doiwin tightlyv to
xclude the air. In half' anm haurt it is fit
PL:-rna SonEi Tn-must.i--t ha~s been as
~etuied by experuiment that good fr tmesh
'ast, takent int erinallyv, is a soverign'ii rem'I'
dy'il fa ut r'' id sore t Ih oat. Iit gives a!n ut
Coaco.1-N t' C.u i i.-Ome pocund of sugar~.
)!e half' a poutmil biutter, thriee guariters a.f
t oundl flour. five e'rg, onie-hlf~l a tenu
:pioonfl soda, (ine grated cocoa nut.
S rism'M Cic~cess ts Srov'::s AsD Fu.
~cs-Take' gooda sha$'ids Iim inid the
-uiners on at.ldac~k.-nith'i. sn nvil Irhick, sift
brosugh~l a c-oar-ie seive', ix with thie whabi'e
it' eggs tso a thiek pasite, and it wilhl last a
og tine. Limes anmd cinders e'inam~l
To; .ut.usFiNIx Corim.-Pua~t au siuliileut
nantity 'f' coff'ee intol that pout ands jasiur
suiling~ wvater san it, stir it ands~ place it i'n
helire is. tiring it to a bosil, anld a< soson au
sirl 'a'ris live bubbles have rius'mn. take it off
hes fi're ails pourit oult a tea cupiiid and res
tn it -,set it doswin fur one iuinute, thIn
''''r tly~a over mthe to p sose tea-ecuftI of
a.11 it nt-' i i bi i iiila ii~ ilin.. Th iaauai'
t . - (i t i l a t g ai t r l d e l.. t ) : .i n k a a a l
KAUFFER, BAUM & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY C-oOIDS DEALE.RS,
UNDER T HE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
AU G U S T A., GA.
Would inform their numerous customers that their stock of
FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS
Is in store now. Novelties are added weekly by every Steamer.
Our Stock is the Largest in Georgia!
NOBODY CAN UNDERIELL US!
Having another Dry Goods Establishmlent in New York, and a resident Partner in
the Northe4rn Market, hiuving exclusively for CASH, are reasons
e 1nough tlat our facilities are not to be surpassed by
any other Southern House.
We would say, that we sell our
Blankets, Kerseys, Linseys, Osnaburgs,
MARLBOROS, IOMESPUNS, ETC.,
.t Factcory P'rices!
As an Extra Bargain, we quote:
COLORED SILKS at.50 and 75 Cs.
ALL WOOL DELAINES, new Styles., at 45, 50. and Go "
POPLINS, elegant Paterns. at - -$ 125.
WOOLE PLAIDS,at - - - 12, , d 25 ts.
" " double width, at - &1
PAR IAMAITTAS, line quality, at -124 -
N EW DELAINES, woiah 25 Cis.. at -2. I
OPERA FLA.NNELS, in all Colors, at -50'and 62"
IZE) WOOL FLNE.at...............20
KENiJ.,.\7r cy J--ANS, atand 7 f Cis.
SATINET.S. at- 4,37 and 50 "
FAST COLO)RED CA LIC() E*S, [it... .. .. .
SHIRTS AN DRAWERS, at.. . -- - ,.S and up.
ALLILINEN.TOWELS. tit......................124 Cts.
EMBROIDERED BANDS, at u25, 30, 40 and 50 "s
COLLARS, ht 12 , 25, and 30
BOYS' COLLARS. at 10 and 15 " -
EI.' %[13 H "IiEREL SET-S, (Collas d Sleeves,) at - -- 7 12
ALL LINEN ANDKERCHIEFS, at 75 C per Dozen.
A E at -Ile-iched at $ 50 and $ 5 0 "
LADIES' AEfNO VESTS, at --.-.-.-.50 Cts. and u.
FALENCI[ CORSETS. at ----- Cs. and 1i.
EORTMONNAIES, at -.-.-.- 25, 3J and 50 C"s.
E MBRe DR E STTMCa l ar ,1- S7eeves, t - 7
OUR MANU FACTORY IN CLOAKS,
The only one in the Southern States,
PRODUCES EVERY STYLE THAT IS NEW, COMFORTABLE AND BECOMING.
Ladies' and Chlildren's Cloaks Made to Order.
CLOAKS CUT AND FITTED BY AN EXPERIENCED LADY.
KAUFFER, BAUM & C0.,
UNDER TIlE AUGUSTA ITOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
A ugista, Sept. 25, I SO tf' 38
Rich Mledallion Velvet
ExOusr ROYAL VELVET, BR.:SSELS, THlREE-PLY AND INRAIN
IN NEW AND BEAUWTIFUL PATTERNS, JUST 1ECEIVED.
)IMMASKS OF ALL KINDS, LACE AND MU[JSLIN CURTAINS
Cornices, Bands, Loops, Tassels, &c.
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS, MATS, MATTINGS,
W ALL PAPE, - ; E ERS; M . .
The largest Stock ever offered, for sale by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AN]) DEALERS, 105 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Sept 18 tf 37
THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF
RANSOM EVANS & CO.,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the public generally,
to am inspection of their
SELECT STOCK OF FURNJTURE
They may be fouid at No. 149, BROAD STREET, City
Hotel Building, (hate Eagle & Plicenix) where they have on hand
and are caily receiving, frorn the best Mamifactories in the country,
EVERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE!
It would be to the advantage of those wishing anything
in our line to give us a call, as we are offering our goods at
Than has ever been sold in this market. Give us a trial.
RANSOM EVANS & CO.
Augusta, Ga., Feb I tf 4
W. H. SALISBURY & CO. U. S. MAIL LINE
DEALFRS IN FOR Tj0MIDA. I
110USE. FURIN1sillG (O00DS,
1FltE ANI) IFTING PUMP41S,
Leigd, Block fiii and (ialvaiIZed
IRION PIPE, &c., &c., TeEean t e
As $1 ! .ae-rrM1:ns Ior ~ ~ ~ I1ii
l, (copper, Lelad ShI ;1eet Iron TILLE 1SWN' [ ryTcdy
Wi Ate SRa E.Ex
257 Broad Street, Augusts., Ga.. ~ ~ Luia~C h t
A ugusta. A ug 27 ' ram i 34 JghzRvr
Attention, Frilen..L. Rvr.:s ica: I.iznacaaf.l aaaactat
LL~ Perg..nj indiebted to the Sta ub ribear, pre- reSian~~ ' Pit,. $4iO
A inu,: t stU*, will plana y 1 P i.a: a A.inCOLn
laaur the th dl.iy of Febrasr . i
Col Sr'n;;, Naov 28 l'! 4A I a m n il
la1 MPS A ND) (!I,. ~ i ) Iui :4r' I11 i oa
,alte l T*a. .'. K L..\ a Pa . r t h .- -ti* i'h . iiNIN( aat
iii I. ' t. W. . .1. It. iI) iDG Ii M IJ.FL
b~ 1 I 4 Od 24 L O If ~D. .2
CIICKERING & SONS
T HIS is one of the OLDEST Establishments of
the kind in the country-and they still
maintain their supremaey in thein market, having
been awarded TIIIRTY-ElIUIT PRIZE MEt
A LS, over all compiaetitiors, foir the vupia eiirity ot
their instuient5 exhilited at various Fiairs? in
this country and Europe.
They havO had an Agency in this City for about
thirty years, where thousands of their PIANOS
have been sold to the ENTIRE SATISFACTION
OF EVERY P ..CIIASER. Anti to protect their
well-merited reputation as manufacturers, and the
public from being imposed upon, it has beconie
necessary to publish that every Piano made by
them benrs upon the "name board" "CIIICKER
ING, BOSTON," in the old English and Roman
letters, and upon the "sounhding board" "CIlCK
ERING & SONS, BOSTON," with the number
of the Piano.
JACOU; CIIICKERING is not a relation or
theirs, and has no business interest with them.
I have the sole Agency for Augusta of Chick
cring & Sons, and !.eep on hand a fuil assurt
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 nut to buy of
PEDLARS or TRtAVELLING AGENTS.
P. S.-I have a fine Stock of STODART l'I
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, Fob 27 tf 8
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HE subscriber, after returning thanks to thea
Lfriends in Edgefield 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., Ilazelton Bros., and A. 1[. 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
strength, durability and finish, together with power,
depth, .'weettcss and moftne- of tone, they challenge
competition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call and select from
a large assortment, than by dealing With Pedlars
and agents of interior makers, where they have no
choice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instruments, than tine 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
we make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
and 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 STRIGS
of the the best quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellancous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK OOKS,
and other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
est assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS,
&e., and every article of Musical 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
CASH or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHERt,
BR OAD-ST., Aaugata, Ga.,
[Be.tween United States and Globe lHutels.]
April7, 1559, tf 13
UHAS.DB. CARIR & CO.,
30 BROAD ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IIAVE OPENED TIIEIR SPRING ASSORT
MENT OF GOODS ADAPTED
TO MENS' WEAR.
10 pr CL .Discount Allowed fi'r Cash1
Chn'rleston, Maiy 17, 1S60. ly 19t
DR. A. Q. SIMMONS'
H AV[NG purecae the tilttiGlN A L R E-|
CE[P'T for D~r. A. Q. Sinmnons' Liver|
Medicine, the public are hereby info'rmed that
I have ane arrangemnents with M1r. E. 3f. PENN,
Edgefield.C. II., to procure the ingredients and to
compound and put up the miedicine..
All persons .whos have hiereto~fure received the
Medicine on sale, direct froma Dr. Sroas, can lie
supplied by applying to Mr. E. 31. P'ENN, on the
same terms as heretofore.
JAS. A. TALBERT.
Feb 22 ly 7
State of South Carolina,
M A. RA NSO3, Guardian of his children
. Starah Jane, Phedas and Luther Ranasoma.
minoirs, A pplicants, vs. Atbner Bushnell and his
wife Luicretiti, Mary E. Tilbnan, Willinm U. Cole
mian, S. S. Boyce ad his wife Americta, Mliddletona
MIoseley tand his wife Eliztibeth,. Susan A. Rtyan.
Stanmora B. Ryan and Benjamin U. T~yan, Def 'ts
It appeiring to my satisfaetion itat William 0.
Coleman an'1 Middleton Muose.ley and hi.s wife Etia
beth, twa of the Defendants in the uaove stated
aass, reside beyond the limits of this State, It is
therefore ordered andi dieirced, Llat they do up
pear and object to tihe division ,r sale of the Real
Estate of Sarih iR. talinian, dee'd., on or before
the 21st uay of February next, or their consent Li,
the same will be entered of record.
W. F. D UR ISOE, 0. E. D.
Dcc 31, 1860t. 3m -4S
State of' South Carolina,
IN OktbINA IIY.
Citationi to pro~ve Will in dluefoirm of bior.
WITIEREAS JAMIES SEALY and his wite
VTemape, have this day flied their petition ini
the Ordmntary's 0ll1ce fur the District and State
aforesaid, representing themselves na being heirs
at-law and distributees of Barbara Clark, dee'd..
and praying that a paper purporting toI be the
last Will and Tetamaent of the said hiarbara
Clark, dee'd., late of said District, may be paroven
"in duefom of lmer," nml it appearing tomny
satisfaction that Jaumes Clark and Jackson Clark,
heirs-at-law, two of thec Defendants in the above
stated case, reside fromn and heyonid the limits of
this State. It is therefore oridered that the snid
parties, together with aill andl sinyular the heirs
and distrihutees of the said Bairbara Clark, dee'd.,
do appear at the Court of Ordinary tia lie held for
Edgefleld District, at Edlgeflild C. II.. (in Wedncaa
ay the 27th daay of March next, (!861l,) to showv
ause if any thecy caan, why the petition shauald not
be heard, and that the Will of the said Barbara
Clark, dee'd., should not be proven " ina duia forme
Given under moy hand 'at amy 001ee, this thme
27th Dec. A. D.,1ISfi0.
W. F. D URISOE, o. c:. na.
Jan2 13: 5
State of South Carolina,
IN EQU T Y.
T,andon Tucker, 111 jlilfr Arenuni ,
Johnmi F. Burnis and others, | U'/roery. ("q./
Jliaes W i'lianmaa. anucd ii;f.
Pcter WIillinmas :am~liithars.3
I T a ;ppenrinag to any s~iIatlaiin tha t thme De
fendlants, Uutiaridge Willi:mms. Jnmeias Williaas,
s-ma, naodi his wife- F-rneies, Strait Ji:iik-,on. Atalkr.
si-n IIutear iandi hai' wifeu .altnry. und Willi::m TI.
Bush aed hais wife~ Eli,.aheth riesid. hliyyindi the
liils o-f this St:ati. tOn moation o-f W. W. Aidamas,
Compl. Solicitor. tOrdlered tinat tha:-?aidl Deferilnmns
eli .pote.r nid pl-''l, :antwer r .ha-muaar to th's Itil
w iin a three mt-i. ai fr.-aum i' the a dae of abl.is t iib r,
nit in -lb-f~ati' ala-r--f. the ltill will be, takita
aagaiinsi.the tu u, - roif. .
'1. W. C:\ I W [1.E, :.ag.i: I.
C.....'r. Otimen. Dee. 14 ibtft,t 3(m 2
JiA ME S HE NE Y.
-IAVING R-,4TIT RVED
A FULL AND WELL ASSORTED
FALL WINTE DRY GOODS,
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE MIARKET PRICES,
Determined still to allow no House in Augusta to
And hoping to give his Customers the same Satisfaction
lie has hcretofore done. His Stock embraces all the new
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
. PANT STUFFS,
NEGRO KERSEYS, &c.
Hoping to have an evrly call from his friends, and the public generally, he wishes
theznl Olie 1and all, welcome to an exaininatiun of his LARGE STOCK.
MRS. HENEY'S Stock of Millinery in the Rear of the Store.
Augusta, Oct. 2 if 39
1860. FALL AND WINTERTRADE. 1860.
VNIVIKL E & SHiltIFORB
FINED :EA.]jRS CI N
* ]URtIN1H11NW GUUI)b.
Oui- Stock is now FULL. We keep the BEST GOODS we can purchase, and
will sell all kinds of Goods at the IlG liT PRICES.
7. All orders will be executed in the most FASHIONABLE STYLE and
ggr- All Goods guaranteed as represented.
VAN WINKLE & SHACKELFORD,
Augusta, Oct. 3, 1860 tf 39
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
.UND)ER THE UNIT'ED STATES HOTEL,
AJU GU S T.A, G E ORG IA.
Fine Blarck, mu nd 1lv Fr I-k an Dres COAT( S; Busines~s COATS. of all
Descriptioins and Colo"r..; Casim.-ra SI* ITS-CoATS. PANT& and VESTS to
moatchi. Fine lilack (Ca:s-iIimere& P A N T.'; lain, Plaid, Striped and othier Styles of
Fancy Cassimer'e PANTS. Silk, Merinio, W~o.l, Velvet, Satin, Baratheai, and oilier
.Sty les oft V ESTS, together with
Every Style of Goods for Gentlemen's Wear !
We keep always in hand' ai very large Stock of ie
MerIinio SHIRTS and DI)AWEliS, SPTSPENDEflS, GLOjVES, Neck TIES
STOCKS. Co L IAts, Illalf H OSE, TravelWling S IIA WLS, lROBES de C[iA Mlm~
&c. AllI of which will be~ sold at the Lowest Prices. Our nimufacturiing depart
mnent always well sujlie'd with
CLOTHIS, U SIMERES, ND VESTINGS,
Of the greatest variety of F'renich. Eiingli and German Manufactures. Having
excellent cutter~e, we mmke up to order, ini the most approved styles, anid at the
shortest notice. Our Stock of
Is always comiplete-comnprising every grade and style.
gf"J~Quick sales anid shiort profits shall be our motto.
cALL Arr TAME .A L.ooI.
To Cash Buyers we offer Great Inducements.
Agta, Oct. 3, 1860 tf 39
ilAIGH & ANDREWS,
No. 220, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,.
AND DEALERS IN
1IMiY II1DE ROTIIG ANI GETIEll8 FWMSIIIG GOOKD
We would invite attention to our Stock of Spring and Summer Goods for MENS WEA R.
We have now in Store a large asortmen~t of
Black and Colored Cloths, Cassimers and Vestings,
Which we are making up to order at short notice in the BEST STYLES, and at v'ery low rates.
A GOOD ASSOSTMENT OF
'READY MADE CLOTHING,
A large portion of whichl we have Cut and made lhere in our own Establishment, of French,
English and Southern Manufactured Goods n; and many articles we can
SELL AT MUCH LOWER RATES
Timn those of Northern Manufactures, as we have no Manufacturers profits to pay.
In our Furnihinmg Department, we keep
Shirts, Collars~,~ravats, Neck Ties, Gloves and Hosiery,
Of every description.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THlE BEST MAKES OF
Which can be seen in coaistant operation at our Establishment, and
which are fully guiaanteed by the Mauatnes Prices from
$50) to $1I00. Decriwption of Machintes andt Saiimlsofwr
wil Ibe senit to any on;te wishingiu to examlIinet them.
A ugusta, March 26, l1860 Lif 12
Who Wants to Move to
ERSONS who live in Georgia,. Aabama and
South Carolina, who are too busy and have
aot time and money to come to Arkansas to look
Lud buy lands before removing can avail them
ielves of my services to ENTER LANDS and
1101 ES for them here-where the lands are good
ind level, and will average from boo to 1,1600
jounds seed cotton and 15 to 30 bushels corn per
iere, upon the following terms: By sending se
Drafts upon New Orleans or New York, $1 25 p4.r
tere for as much land as they wish entered, and
my Commissions to be included in the Drafts. My
aperation.s of this kind, will extend only to Cal
iotun county, in which I live, and to lands within
from 3 to 15 miles of Ouachita River, which is
good navigation and accessible to the best Groce
ry and Cotton market in the world, all things con
sidered. I will be thoroughly acquainted with
the Government and State Land Laws, and will
have Plats of every Township and Section within
15 miles of the River, and will 'thereby know
every acro of Public Land subject to entry ; and
will here inform the people in the old States, that
there are plenty lands belonging to the State,
denominated Swamp and Wet Lands, subject to
entry at 50 and 75 cents per acre, determined by
distance from navigation as to price-6 miles and
less at 75 cents, and over 6 miles 50 cents. I will
also entei- these lands at same rates, per acre, as
the other. I am notand Speculator and have no
Land for sale for less than $19 per acre, and am
planting in, and my whole interest is in this coun
ty. My main object, is two-fold, viz: To have the
country settled up by good, industrious and re
sponsible Southerners; and secondly, to have
them avail themselves of the benefits of a new
country and good lands at cheap rates, before
speculators come and get it all. If any doubts
should exist as to my sincerity and responibility.
I refer to the following highly respectable aLd
responsible firms and individuals.
Address me at P-ost Oak, Calhoun Co., Arkantar,
RATES oF COMMISSION:
From 40 to 320 acres...............25.cents per sere.
From 320 to 640 acres..........20 cents per acre.
From 640 to 1,000 acres and upwards, 15 cents
REFER To:-Thos. Ragland & Co.; Redd, Preer
A Co.; Rodd, Johnson & Co.; Harrison A Pitts;
Hatchet & McGehee, Columbua, Ga., Hon. C. H.
McCall, Hon. Seaborn MMichaiel, and Jack Kemp
and others, Buena Vista, Ga. E. 11. Walker, Esq.,
Forsyth, Oa. Rev. Joseph T. Turner, Georgia
Conference, Lumpkin, Ga. A. C. Spain, Esq.,
Sumter C. H., S. C.
ISAAC T. ROBINSON.
P. S.-Land warrants are just as good as the
money to secure Government $1 25 Land. A fee
of $1 for every 40 acres located upoun with war
rants is charged by the Land Officers. lany then
sand acres of 50c. and 75Z. lands, known as State
and Swamp Lands, are as high and dry as any.
Government $1 25 land.
Aug. 1, 1860 6m 30
Charleston and Liverpool
TlIE Undersigned beg to announce that they
have made arrangements for a line of SAIL
ING PACKETS between the above points, by
which every facility in regularity and speed will
be given to shippers.
Fraser, Trenholm & Co,,
NO. 1, RUMFORD PLACE,
Will at any time receive goods Intended for ship
ment by this line, and forward the same by the
FIRST SUCCEEDING PACKETS, and will be
always prepared to give any information that may
Arrangements for Freight or Passage may also
be made in Charleston, by application to
JOUN FRASER & C0O,
Central Wharf, Charleston, S.. C.
The undermentioned first elass and fast sailing
Charleston Ships have been already placed upon
the line, and others will be added as soon as re
Sailing Days of the Ships of tis Line.
From P rom
Liverpool Names. Master Charleston
5th June, *SusAx G. Owxs, Norton, Aug. 10.
15th June, *EL.:ZA BonsAi.r., Michael, Aug. 31.
24th June, tGoxDAn, Tbebby, Sept. 20.
15th July, E. Sr. Pnn, Tessier, Oct. 10.
15th Aug., Jonx Fnassa, Herbeat, Oct. 30.
*Theso three dates are made t prxmt o
the conventence of-Importerszo aza iag
Future arrangements will be duly advertised. .
.Mayl17 mly 19
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PAEA&.
W HEREAS, an inquest of Escheat bath been
returned to this office, whereby, It appears
that Charles McGregor, late of Edgetield Dii
trict, who was horn in Dunbarton, Scotland, and
dlied on the twenty-first day of May, in the'yea'r
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty
seven, was seized and possessed at the time of his
deasth, of a Lot of Land, containing one-half
Acre, more or less, situate, lying and being In the
.:orporate limits of Edgefield Villagi, bounded on
the North lby a Lot owened by Rev. P. Nt. Lynch,
..n the East by Lots owneil by Thomas P. Magrath
and George W. Landrum, and the Public Street
leading from the Court Hue to Potteraville, en
the Stauth by a Lot owned by James A. Dealer,
and on the West by a p~ublic street immediately in
the rear of the Court Hou.e, undi Liat ohned by
William J. Ready, F. L. Smnith and Rev. P. N.
Lynch ; without having in his lifetime made any
.lisaposition thereof, and without leaving any per
-on who can legally claim the same. New in
pursuance of the directions of the Act of Assam
ily, in such case suede an.d j.rovided, the Heirs of
the said Charlts McGregor. or others'elaiming
uinder lainm if any there be, are hereby required to
ippear and innako claim within eighteen months
from the date hereof.
Witness mny hand at Edgefield Court House, this
fourth day of April, A. D. 1880.
TUGS. G. BACON, Cc..
A pril 11, 186 0 tf 14
State of South Carolina,
iN COMl.ION P'LEAS.
H OLOMAN RAND A LL. who is in the custody
of the Sheriff of iFadgefield District, by vir
tue of a Writ of Cupias ad Satisfaeiendaum, at the
suit of James H. Swearengin, having filed in ay
Office, together with a Schedule on oath of his
estate and effects, his petition to the Court of Coin.
tuon Pleats praying that he may he admittedl to the
benefit of the Act of the General A.-sembly made
for the relief of Insolvent Debtors, It is therefore
ordered, That the said Jamnes H. Swearengin and
all other Creditors to whom the said Holoman
Rnandall is in anywise Indebted, be and they are
hereby summoned and have notice to appear be
fore the said Court at Edlgefield C. H., on Tuee
day the fifth daty of-March next, to show cause If
any they can why the prayer of the petition afore
said should not be granted.
S. H A RRISON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Dee. 3, 1880. Sm 48
State of South Carolina,
IN O RDIN.il? Y.
G1ILES D. MIMS, Applicant, vs. Frederick
~Ergle and his wife Mary, Polly Overtreet,
Susan Sheppard, Richard Gregory and his wite
Margaret, Andrew Yonce in right of his wife Tena,
dee'd., Elizabeth Tonde, Jaulia Youce, Eliza Yonee,
Margaret Tonce, Allen Yonce, Ellen Yonce, Ms.
tibia Yonce, Gabriel Youce, Abram Yonce at~d
dairah Yonee, in right of their mother Tena Yunce,
deceased; Caleb Li ght and his wife Nancy, Levy
Moyer and his witC Ruth, Elizabeth hUniet, Wil
liam Hluiet, David Huiet, John Ergle in rirht of
hia wife Rosa, deceased ; Artemus ErgIc, William
Ergie, Ruth Ergle, Tilman Ergle, George )'ripp
and his wife Dolly. Eliza Ergle, Mary Ergle,
Amelia Ergle, Samuel Erg!e. Daniel Ergle, IHan
nab Ergle and Louisa Ergle in right of their
mother Rosa, deceased ; John Yonce and his wife
It appearing to my satisfaction that William
Hluiet. David Hluiet, Caleb Lights anal his nife
Nancy, and George Fripp and his wife Dolly, De
fendants in the above otated ease, reside beyond
the limits of this State: It is therefore o~deted
that they do appeur and object to the divirion or
sale of the Real Estate of Mary Ann iuniet, dee'd.,
on or before the fourth (4th) day of February
next, 1861, or their consent to the same will be
entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, O.x..
Nov. 7, 1860 12t 45
A DMINISTRA roRt'S NOTICE.--.A 11
?.persons indebted to the Estate of Charles Me
Gregor dec'd, arc hereby requested to present their
demnands, properly attested, on or before the 21st
Feb. 18til, on which aday a final settlement '.i1ll e
made in the Ordinary's Office. And all those in
anywisse indebted who fail to pay up by the 1st of
A pril 1860,w~ill be sued withoutrespect of persons.
A. R A3I8AY, Adm'or.
Steam Mill Notice.
F ROM thtis dsate GRINDING may be done
every day att may Mills.
I haave proacured a compljetent and experienced
Miller who' will endleavor to give all full satisfa-.
R. T. MIMtS.