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BYSIKINS, DURISoE & CO.
AGRICULTURAL & )OMESTIC.
PREPARED WITH AN EYE
To Season and Latitude.
All Fighting in a Common Cause.
The Union Press has an agricultural
correspondent who presents some good
hints on "The Farmer's War Policy."
After urging the cultivation of every
available plant during the summer and
fall of this year, he very truly adds:
- - "This is the way the farmers can do
efiient ightitng, every one of them. The
young mnen have gone to the wars-let us
provide ti'r the future and the support of
those they have left behind them.
A gfood and a patriotic sentiment! It
will find a ready, ay, a bounding response
in the; breast of every true.hearted South
era farmer. Our Irners will act upon
it too; and it may be that the conclusion
of this whole matter will be a glorious
peace and a glorious abundance for our
happy Southern land. Letus at all events
straggle manitflly t'r ablun1dant supplies.
We van then welcome peace or war.
Green Corn for the Table.
There is no vegitable in the whole rtul
titulinous list, that surpasses green corr
for the tab!e. Yet sonic have ob!jeeted t'
it as uniheallitul. We do in t believe it
is so, in i1te/frosi</rted. The New York
.Day Book thus exposes the true secret of
its injurious tendency :
No wonder that healthy people in the
country, with stomachs as strung as :
brass kettl-, "get sick" on corn fresl
from th' garden, if they are in a hurry t<
maake th.- tonach dlo all the work of
digestion without allowing the teetlI first
to prepiare the tioid. .iMastication, digeq
tion. ASSIMLATIoN-these are the three
Steps by whieb food bheomaes living blood
tand iil'sh tutuli hone5."
.A nd of the proper method of eating
C at the flo /Ihok says:
- Ve should eat it as if we loved it.
a dil were loath to part with it 1'ron h
I.Ve(lrt the grinders anI alutm. the palate.
1; =hituld iii t go inta the stomach till Ih
. 3:ta le lobes, into which the kernel sepu
rat's in b-iiig boiled, are every (1.<
T1'., the ;-,e t:(ble ite(lf the sanc judi.
('h - ,.: e ': r '' y : i thil, t riime,,i; of praise, t<
wiceh ent r \ ie:t will say, Anen
Indian c inra is the very best of hea
'.*:i's physieal gilis. A healthier foot
does not e::i-. No one plant furnishe
So taIV. and so various dishes. Begin
ningai with it, when just passing out of th
ilk. hiiid. onl the enht. or maaade into:
situloash wvith: beans. it affards us a par
ofi ouri daily iood 1tur the year. with a!
moiit as man:!a varieties of thrma as the
graeates.t lover of' ebanga~t could desia e."
Georgia AgriculturaI Action.
TIhe Ex~ecutive Comniaittee of thae Geor
gia Stte A\ gricultural Society lately as..
a'einibled iin Athmaata. tdid not determnint
upona a State Fair fo r the* present year.
willI meet againl aanu ake arratmgemnents
as usual. Ent if' the war progresses noth-.
ing will be done.
Wer observe that the subject of an Ag
rienbuaral Btureau in the Southern Gov
ernenctt was discuassed, and the fllowini.
resolutionas, oilbred lby Rev. C'. W. How.
.uI). were aidthted:
Resoied, Tlhat this Siociety~ will memaii
rialize'thbe Congress of thae Coniife lerat
States to orgaaize ana Agr'icultural Burae:
at as early a p~eriod as in thaei r judgm~iena
the interests of dhese Stites wil all' w.
Rie':4,/m./. Thait a Conua nittiee of five Il'
:appo inti~ed .y the Presid1ert to car tle
We I hatve munTd~ d the noi te of opiposi
tion a thdis policy. biut are oipenl to coni
victio n if in error. WAill anyv nea lie igood
-inough to teli dhe puablic precisely what i~s
inltendedl by dhis proposition ? its ?copi
al objects ? fully andi .y1r.'icallyi ?
:7 The Jppr time to (-ut green
corna Stalks fbr fuddlier, is just when it is
ta'~eling~ uut. Set them in shoeks uplonl
a hi baitt until (tredl. H ouse. as soon as
eured. A very few dlays of ~tsuniine will
suflice to cure therin.
" Putt Omelet."
Thla evr name mrakes one&s mioutl
wiater, and the readinug of thec annexed rec
cipu is very taking. Bait thei Iro tiit '
I le iimehi-t is lie chewing (if it. Try
Mrs. HIisxker.a.'s plan, ladies. As sihe re
maarks. this dish raiu:,t he "very superior
as well as baeauatifual."
"Beat the yolks of' six eggs light. and
mix themn int a sall I teaculp of mui1k; add
a little salht. Be-at together a tablespooi
lal of sweet hbut a er. w'ithI the sametl qunatli
a v 'it' tlosir. uantil sia-i.ih ; add the inax
t'tre ti thei eiastaird, and 1biatth whob~vtiii
wmell togr-..r. Pour it int.o a buittei.re'i
.mfllet, or a1 smtii rin ~ g pan, and~ whei
it appeiaar.s to. thiikeni. pouta-riover it tIt
whits, han--t tifft duist. over it a tr'/.
of sail, and wvhen the whoale is still. re
miove it carefiy tio the dis-h, withou:a
Thia luixuryW,-fbr' sua:-ely it is such ti
1,.s who oily get it good semi-occasion
aly,-is to be prized in hproportionl to the
skill. cleanaliness and judgment with which
it is prnepareid. All have heard of the
famious "Chaester County Butter." WVell,
it is probable we shall only hear of it
hereaf' er. it becomaes us thetn to lie ar.
ranwging to make our own "Cheister' ( oun
ty batter." &>met of the good-wives of
the South nmake it now, or what is almost
as good. Allow us, ladies, to suggest for
- yotur consideration one pecnliarity ofmnanti.
pulation practised by these Chester Coun.
ty people. Perhaps you may flid it use
" The dairy people work their butter
with a damp cloth, upont a marble or hard
wood slab, (instead of a bowl oir ladle,)
-rinsing tad writnginag the cloth in cold
water as often as it biecomes saturated
with milk. T1he butter will not biecom e
waxy or salvy by this process, as it is
mande perfectly dry, with half the manuipu
lationa. A single trial will contvinice of
this. Of course the butter must be salted
and cooaledl, and timte allowed for the salt
ed for packing or for table. The cloth fir
must be close in texture, and not at all we
linty-a lump of ice will prevent the but- ed
ter becoming oiy in very warm weather. yo
An ounce and a Iallf will be found about yi<
the right qjuantity of salt fur a pound of fIet
butter by this perocess, as the cloth ex- ve
tracts more sait than the ladle." ti
Of course the Chester folk have the ad. er,
vantage of tine old pastures. But South- r
ern farmers can do much towards making t
up for this; and their wives ought to tih
stand over them and see them do it. th
.The Exhortation Continued. bi
Nearly every paper we read, reiterates wl
and reverberates the exhortation to our
our planters and farmers, to increase the
present crop in every possible way. And, in
without a doubt, these agricultural gentle- ag
men are bending themselves wit'. energy d
o the lenumnd. To sup~poso otherwise, Ira.
would be to esteem tlti but selfish t
::naves who care fhr little else if they tu
raisb enough tom their owen purposes. See of
what our neighbor of the Southern (ul/i- F
"ator savs on the subject
" we. earnestilv e'unsel all our plant iog t
:-itielns to go v 'igorouily and hopeftilly er
in the patriotic :nd good work of imereas- x,
ng their erops to the iullest extent. Let
'iiot tih e xtitet ent of the times draw ofil te
your attention from your business. Many
.f you can do Your country flr more ser.
vice at home now than you possibly could ha
i the " tented field." if you are eager te
br the fray, curb your iupatienee yet a
;ttle while, and if our enemies dare at.
'inpt tot carry 11iit. theirwt jir cog-annl l
ye can all have a ")place in the picture, Ti
md a chance to, smite the invaders. I.t
as relax ino eflurt that may eontrilte to th
he production of all that our soil and
-limtate can produce fir the sustenance of t
aail and beast.. )n mostti riv'r' anid creek ,
'oftons, Corn may yet he planted. We
ive seen good crops male after the mid. ol
I:1, of Jhnt'. S'eet Potatoe's, in it .
lance. may also be put. in, and n riads of
mshels of' Cow Jeus raised for the teed
ng of hogs and cattle and the making of
,t'ef and pork. Early crops of Turnil:Ps
;hould also be started, and the ground L
,rpared early and in the best. mtatnnr t
ort' 'heat and Ba rley anI Oats mind e.
'hese :ndi manty other crops will be nd
nlost valuable and proitabi e, even if the
var is over befere winter ; :ad should it
ot bce over, all that we possilbly can raise
%:Id more. will be needed."
hints for the Month.
We copy the Southern Culie'lo' .
fits h/'r the .1fonth ; they come fiomt a
;oirce that is retognised as the er cathe<ra Ih
riu:tural authorit v of the " two States." ei
ead and act accordingly :
THfE PLANTATioN.--Abler ' running tI
around" vour Corn close and deep, with i
lon'g *''onte''." you may eivqe it a top
reCssingr (of gypsm, ashe and salt-tn r
arits of' the tir'st. , tur ofi the. second, and i
ce of salt. It will he a great benefit in t
dry seasoni. aie nd nir att anmy I ime. di
slight spr~tinklin tg of . :ie'uperho'sphate.e
:ear' the hili, at the first or seconie hoeing,d
villt greatlyv increase yourti crop. W\or'k n
>etween the rows of y'ounge Co'in as often rt
s possibl with a cu'ltivaitter or horse a
oe ; give the r'oots a deep, itieilew~ lied '
n which to exten'id thiemselves, aind leaive ii
Vie "iurf ace level and 'well pulv~erize'd. in
Plant plenty of' Cow P'eas, using plaster P)i
iS a to p-dre(ssinig aller t hey ar wil up
twill act like umagie on land deficient ini tl
mie. Tlhe Pea is also exceediniglyv vahit- 8
ble its a fertilizer. and produces a lar'ge d~
:uantity' Of hav, when .sown broad ca.-t.n
n goo'd land. Plant, also, pleuty~ of ti
?mkin,~l.is attng yt ouri Coirn or' in a se ga g
el~ paceb. Mileh cowVs and hogs relishl
hue'iu grentl y, and t hey arce ituite ftittenitig II
chien boied til with nicail or br'an.
C'otton will nieed conistant and unre- 0
aiuyng att entionl. during lie p resenit e.
; >an as poss~ible: keep the weedls dlown. !Z
odi lie groundm. ini a state of' fine "tilIth."
Soew. in thle dr'ill, iin yur riehest laind. *
arige qjuiantities of Egyptiani illet. Chi-. "
ough prov'enderm it is usefuil for soil ing tl
is well as ciuring for' hay'. I
Sweet Potatoes houildl lie trainsphntited t~
:ow~ as sooin aLs Icessiblle. Dip~ the r'toots
it a thick batter', maide byv sti rmring flne
black leaf-mnould and sc.riengs froeni lie
(ow-pen into watri-5(et thei 14ants prtet~ty rt
le'e, and itf you shad e the ground armeounid to
hemi wit ha htatelfil of' cpie straw. thay 1:
wcill grow ofl finely, even in dry wecather. p'
Duriing a shower, or just befoere iiht v:
(in dry~ wveathier) is the best tiiie fort the~ Jo
plantinig oft "draws." fat
het'u, Otuts and (rn 1-'dder (t'rom bi
the dr iil) may niow~ be cut- ami stackite p w
eaefly na pla1frtthe iof rails raisee IBI
~ever'al iniches aboeve gr'oiund-, r (whicb al
i til better') put, undcer' i'cveri inosdi- hi
It'l y. tv
TimE lK rnx.-Littlec entm he don thle k
present numilti in tile gitreIeu. wIt ii the i'- as
clteti of miiiulhing. weedting~ andu water." te
ig. We regir'd the fir'st oeriatieon '
(itsilehig) ats ef paramouniiit imporitance at
-i this eliniate, and hav~e spotken of it so, w
.ften that repetioni s'ems uiieessary'~. de
l ulch everything-triees. shrubs. vintes, is
anmd even v'egetables-cover'iing the sur- Ia
face of' the earth, its fihr as the r'otets ex- - thi
end. with 4 e e 5 inebtes of pine sirmaw.
chipe moul, spenit t eni'barmk sa'w dust, or eli
t rest leavecs-an~d yout willI fitnd that It'rees iv
'-td phmtts thust t reateed will grow miuchi th
fuster, and receiv~e little cor lie check f'rom~i th'
te lomng conl tieddrclouthlsofutmidaummer wli'I
Irish Po/authes cani beC phted and. Ih
heail muehd; he vill giea Ihir' at
erp ini Oc'tober. Phott Wa f/ermUenIms fr wi' l
a suicce2ssion. D)ur intg the latier' part of cci
this month, Orculbage' andi BrfocoV pclats, ft
f'or full and wimnter use, imay hi' set t. Vli
Pinchl oil' the leading~ ~.ioots of youri su
early' Tomatoes, Limai Beans, Melons and
(Cuumbers, if' you wcanit the fruiit to) sete
early' ; and giv'e thme ph~mts !iiuild manturc'. kmh
it' you desire large specimueni. If' the~ iI
greetn wvorm is tro~ubflingi your linme Musk- if'
melons, place the fruit ont a hbrick. w~hcen tit
half' grown. Sow~ Tlomiatoes fhr a late p11
crp, they will come ini whieni the first is jPi
gioe. Sowic lutaba.:ga 'JT'rnip seed antd amn
t'asplanit thmem like winter Cabbau~igi', in ani
'ows two feet apal:rt and eighmteeni inchies go
aparttt itn the rowic. The whit e and yel low hik
sutmmr Rucdislh mtust noiw he sown. ar,
Trasplanit Onions and Leeks8 if' not domie ph
last month, whmenev'er the seasoin suits. anm
Also, tranisplant Beets, where they stanud aii
too thick in the seed bed, no
There never was bietter' aidvice giveni -
the farmer than the followinig fr'om the
Rural Register' b e
KEEP:i AHEAD OF THE WEEDS.-The hit- un
portnece of' dointg every thing in the gar.' fre
dni or fairm at exacetly the right season, IA
cannot hue too0 highly appreiated. One oftI
or two illutstra ietins nmay set this in a ;the
clearer light. Two persons had each aj be
-r~ ofr ,.tbgo i ceec.Te'
;t, by hoeing his crop early, when the atin
eds were only an inch high accomplish. be
the task with two days' work, and the the
ung plants then grew vigorously; and in
ded a heavy return. The second de
red his hwing one week. being pre- th
uted by a detieie:ev of help, mid then to
-ee days mnore, by rainy weather, is
making ten days in al. During this ry
ie, the weeds had sprung up six to teln tie
,hes high, so as to require, instead of by
o days, no less than six days to hoe
am; and so much was the growth ofI
crop chec d at this early stage, that
owner had one hundred and fifty
shels less on his acre than his neighbor, I
10 took time by the forelock. r
Farming is a Business. for
Too many forget this. There is poetry on
farming, to be sure if it is rightly manl
ed ; but there is no poetry in it if it fro
es iot pay--It there are no satiathetory & (
iterial u es lts. Billt. tinr litig is a htsi- I
ss. It is a d ir-andtil (1nt tralsaeti''n L
product' and market a cir[-froin tlti r
rO ing otf the Ilir-t fui1 irrow1 to 1he delivery r
tle- la.t b ushel. money is involved.
trfling soultd accordingly b e odtiuetet F.1
a business manner. Each item of ex- ant
nse, each momellt of tinie. all expend: I- I
re of labor. shotuld be charged to the fr
ps, and if the market price of the pro- I
et does not cover this cost and leave a cn
lance, that kild of lmsbandry had het- lc
be abandoned. WO
Mlost men ackniowledge the tihreof an'
above 1ositiotn, hut say, 4Why, we "n
Ve not the knlowledge iieeessary to svS
imtti.e 111ir busintess, keep a book acountlt is
th the farm, and do things as we see it ne
only profitable to d.'' Very well.
ppose you are not capable. (grant. it. Ir
wore is soietlhing which can be done. I
wir children iaV be So cdultcated that
ey shall nrot. follow in your footsteps
Sfrce-Ic obliged ti submit to I' ,
ike your igtnorance imposes upon you1. st(
e that they secure' that knowledge,iand Qt
zist that they put it in practice as they F
tain it. (Givye over the farm accounts
th it k eepi'g. ~iurntih the girls as )
Ill as the boys with the facilities for ae
tiring this k now ledge. It is as essential
one as the other. I wt lit. girls kteep 0.
> the hotsehoid ec-otunts. Interest them
this. Let thetl learn the lessoit figires
ach, v. hen use-d to iesign:ti receipts and
prise. 'y will thus lheart ecollomy
-t(I calcllate. 1)o not bar they will -
omue sordid. This proess will give
eater power to itdulge in poetic timcies
Id poetic em ploy'ments. And they will
really poetic. thr they will be hsed
>oit faets.-Prairie Farmer.
Management of the Colt.
A correspondett of the C'o'nrry Gen.
!nWm gives his method of i mpairting an
luention to a coLt as b!l\'ws:
In the first place, itever intrust im to
e care of a person of ungovernable tim
r- Secondly. he shiu ld be t reated with
nditess front the begholinig unitil lie is
ad* fur labor. Since Mr. Rtarey lid !
s itethod of subduting the hiors.e before
senses myt studvii. ThI colt shld beli ii
>mm enedilv whnqieyug n h -m
jurd caeul- Is h is qu icitk to resen; to
juy.Itbegin as soont as he is ah'!e to
in about to get him so that he will ntot. tritiF
vay at your app'roah-get his head' ini
mr hatnds- if he wanits to get away. let
mdlingz thle head' so t hat lhe is I:' i afra:id, t,
iss on to the side antd limb~!s. Thu suitnerl
0 gsusdtavinig is legrs hamtit(L..
e easier he ill b e to shoe whent neces.
:y requtires it to lie (loute. See that thle F
In gives pilenity oft milk. If she dies
It. teach t he colt to d ritnk cow's milk:
erc is tnothting better to promiote the
Getcare should be 'bserved in not
ing the darn so ats t'. heat the itilk.a:s a
eat itmmy cul'Its are. n-iude'red wvorthless
so doing. I shtoutld ill no( ease let thle
It remint with the 11uother after be' is
ec mthtIs old1. its it givyes hetr time to
Cii tdoo let lhim re~ma,;in 'out ttier thle
ehts get iiold andl fr'osty. as it will di i
'In odbt te am Thr i
'-nty of skititiied rniilk It, thtis seasoni oif
e year t ptiv hi lie will tb-ink ;it
ill ntot hut thh n. A fler he is weaned' is a
e i tme to cinen Iltcte halter birea:kiing."
A Swine Pasture.
'lThe praleiiee iii good liitrmersin differ .in
gariid to thte paisturec of switie accoringiu
their varyniug c.tt ircum.-tanes, i tw
ast., whter~ the ctry1IVi it mst (letnsi,.y
Hijnited, andtt patr i-s senrce. the pre-. I
il ing cutstomtt is toi keep1 pigs int theL pen1
the grneate par l t if thle citar. The. best
rioeris conidelhr thle pig tooi. vatl uableI a I:!.J
I erin miiZtumrett iakiner, Lii allowv bbn to
iste his eniergiies ini rinining' th lields,~
lo wed a Ilittle litcense ini green piastutres -
It tile rest 0f the hertd. frini thle age of
-oi lulnts iintit they alre slaughIt ereid.r inc 1
.pt, ini ehise pen-s.a:tnd iatt ented as rapsidly I r
p:ossible. t ider this systemt, pigts frem 9
ii mionthts to a year old are- iiade to
rth oif lin~lmurie. Thiis system is un-iL
>utei thebst, where all the pastutres li
rge't quan~tities of iimainre are tieeded for L
e ihoed erop.
it the Wes't and(. SouIth, wherr Ihtmd is
eahier, .oodit futriliers t-Ilv lilatinly tlitioll
stttrige to keepi th.:ir 5Vwiini grnowingr
inili the Suiltiser. Inlu the i-wer sit. Mi
metttS ther rtin altiost wild in the r
>ods and Ieiv a large part of theairt
ittg frin maittist. 3at nre~l is lilttle prizi-d.
d the only vatlue of the pig is his flesh,
en shaoghitered.~ W ithouilt comit ting
rselves at all tol this Imietho' d ofn miak i
rk, it is con ede~d, t hat tunder cerlti 1
-eumsi~thtances it. is (desirealhe to have o
ine get the-ir own Ii ving.
Whatt sort of ta pasturei- shall bie prepar- rmi~
for themi ! A correspoindenit waunts to ini
ow if rye is thle best atile'4 lorn themit.
ec is onily reliabhle for a fewv imnths, and
sowni at all. should hmg sown ini conutnee
m~ wvith clover andl~ grass seedl, fto imrke a
unatnent pa:sftire. M. WV. Phlilips, a large
miter of' Mississipipi. has diistcarded r Ve.!
dI now sowui a mtix Iture iof clo'ver, oats,
. barley'. .1h1eret is tunquelstionabiily a
(4.1 thjundationi totr the piroverb~i: "living for
epigs it clover," and whatev'er seedhs t
sown, clover shoni I have a prointent
vee amonig them:. It, furinishes a larger:e
totunt of leaves, than any of~ thme grasses, '
di is gireedily eaten by swvine. They atre at
t ver'y pariclas to the kind of' green to
ad thef luive, anid a tiarrier niay consul iti
: wni convenience ias to the kinti 'ot M
tin, oir grass lie stocks his patstu~re with, hun
lieity is b~et ter thai: any one kind. the
A fter the pasture is sto'eked. it wvouhl be
tter- not to feecd with swinie the fir-st year',3
less~ their noses are jeweled to keep t hemnt
m rooting. It shouitld not he fed chisely
frequencit ebiatige from ''ne field to tin
er' is desirabtlle, buth thr thii le thri ift ont Ate
Iphtmts, and of the anu imals. Pigrs to, the
fattened, should be taken out of the pro
Lure as early a the first nf Seatnsim..
l kept in close pens. They can then Q
kepLt very economical upon corn cut by
roots for two months, and finished off
November with old corn, or meal.
Where a regulr rotation is pursued,
last year of a field of grass may be de
ed to the swine pasture. As.the field
o be taken up in the Fall for wheat,
, or some other grain, it will be of lit
Consequence if the turf be destroyed
the routing of the swine.
MUSIC, &c., &c.
IIIE subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Districts,%
their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
ild inform them that they still continue to keep
hand a large assortment of
a the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
o., Ilazeltun Bros., and A. It. Gale & Co., New
-k, for whom they are sole Agents. These In
nueuts having already won such far-faned ee
rity, it is only necesary for us to repeat that for
n./th, durabi/ity and finish, together with powver,
th, u-ectije r and softncx of tiue, they challenge
petition. Per: is wanting a Superior Piano
'te, would do touch better to call and select from
rge assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars
agents of inferior makers, where they have no
ice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
or Instruments, than line ones of superior
kers ean lie bought for.
very Piano Furte sold by us is warranted in
ry relspect, so the purcbaser runs no risk what
r. Persons ordering from a dtistance from us
depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
make it a point to keep goods of the beat quality
I such as we can recommend and warrant in
ry respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
'cry large, and they are constantly receiving all
v pieces as they are published.
GUI TAR and VIOLIN STRINGS
the the best quality always on hand. They
1t1d also call attention to their large stock of
ichool and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, be
I other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
assortmuent in the state, of
ITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS, cu
UTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS,
, and every article of Musical Merchandise. sh
arhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
hceordeuns and Violinst Repaired in the Sc
tIl of the alove articles sold at low prices for c;
S// or City acelitlnuee4 by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHERI,
11110A D-ST., A ltuita, Ga.,
1.etween United States and Globe Ilotels.]
Spril 7, 1859, if 13 ot
CLAYTON & KENNEDY,
AlG USTA, (A.,
. 1Have received a large -tpply of
Un~l i i0" 1 e ON G;
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
In great variety.
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c, ;)
All of whicb will he sold
ITE MOST ACCOMMOI)ATINGi TERMS.
5iugusta, April 2 3me 13~
tI NG hioughit ouet the Stock on hand of
WITT & ltlUON, I will continue the
.RNIT E:RE A N DI UNDERTAKING
the old :taiil beitween .John Colg-in and E.
un1. A genlt, amii wvill try uttl plealse all who miay'1.
ior miie withI their l'.nttunaige.
all and Winter Styles !
C. P. RHE MS EM'S,
Bl10AD ST., OPPOSITE AUGUSTA IIOTEL .
.A Xb C'eL '.11ii;/.-, S. C.
iTS & ('APS, ~D
ESSLY fir toy _' e
dec. 3My goods
1kn W'oolley' s raniiteillIe llats.
~'"lie is noiw mar.iufneturing FUR HATS as
lte puliie will lind it toi their itereset to give
a enil at e'ither pii'ee of buitsine~a, as moy Good
I be ofb're.d at moderate prcs
\.euusa, Sept 25e if 3
P SEA.i)N of 1Si1. :it Edlgetichit C. 11., on
I ait lIarmo 1:4. 1;albni's, six mliles East of the l
4nrt 11iouil'. the rema:eindler of thle week, at
enty-fiv" dllars the Season, with the piviile'ge
eniin: n m-re ne piroinig in fiml the next.il
ison, tree of iharge. i
DI('CK (H EA TrfA M is a luehi fhorse six yeatrs
i his Sp rin1g. nhuuott sixteen hainds high. lIet
iws fur himse~i'f.
ice was sired biy Imp. Albiion, first damn by Imp.
riati. 21 dum by .3 Paeolet, :bl damt by 'Top
ant. 4tha dam~hy Lemp~lightr, 5thi damn by'. lill's
pi. l'n iin, kie. Patculet wais 1.3 iemp. Citizen;
ftrlllanit biy Gallat in. lie by 11mp. ]Jedford; Fi
tmlpliahter by Imep. Medley.
r>ICK CIIEATIIAM was a good race horse. Fpt
ise l.---irinig to breedl from h iza htad bie t send etarly
the Se'asont whichi cometnces 1st March andl
In will tie f~imnd whiile aft lie Ciurt flouse, at
1. T... Whiiteaker's Stable, w~ho will take good
e of Masres at $15 pier inth, hut not be liable
TIIOS. rt. BACON.
qtL [.f'D hie fore meo by Mr. Win. lNimblrel, 1iv- art
in.: ait llnth Paper Mills, a h4ay3 Mare M ULE,
ti un:nnflwn.-nui parilanr mnark., withi the ex
itton that one: of' her tire knees is raither lairge.
praisedl at $10.75i. 'Thle owner is nequecsted to
un finorar, provle propuerty, P14y -ehairges atnd
e her awnyv, oftherwise she wifllibe dfealt with as
law dfirects. Rt. L. (GENTRY, at...n.
Iambuitrg, May I, 18L -Ittm 17
tate of South Carolina,
IN ORINAA RI )".
>Y W. F. DUR ISOE, Es1., Ordinnry of Edge.
P field District.S
Thfereas, .1. L.. Adison) has appillied to moe
Letters of Admttinistration, lital 11nnei d sintgular, -
goodsl. and1. ebattles, rights anid credits of Dela
L. WilSlo, late of the District aforesaid, dec'd. as
huise tire, thiere'fore, to cite tond admltonish all
l sineguliir, thle kindred andli crediturs of the said
eased, to be anid appear before tme4 at outr next
liony's Court flir the said District, to fhu holden
Edfge fiehl C. 11., on t he th da~y of Jntne nlext,
how cause, if aniy, why t he satid admilnistratiun
uhil not be granted.
tGiven tundier liy handl and1 seal, this 2:ld day of
y, itn fthe yeair oif our Lord line thloutsnud eight
dred and sixty-.one, aind in the $5thi yeair of
Soivereignty anod Indepiendence of the State of
W. F. DUIU SOE, o.v..rn.
tny 29 2t 21
OTICE.- -All persons indebteid to fhie Es
tato ot Coli. S. Chr-istie. dee'd., either by
e iOr Accuoutf iare requte to mIi ake iirtied
pamet, anid those lnin ig idemnd is ngsinti~
lamie will preso. t. them to the undersigned
W. C~. MORLAONE, Adm'or.
nr19 180.' RR1' dl '(
W. & J. B. HODGES,
Successors to Drs. Teague,
DGEFIELD, S. C.
EG leave to call the attention of tho citizens
of Edgolleld to their complete tocks of
JR 33Xef GrENm'INE
ANTS, DRY AND IN OIL,
Boiled and Raw.
[achine Oil, Train Oil,
lust received and for sale by
U. WV. & J. B. HODIGES,
Wholesalenl Retail Druggists.
4gefield, Oct 19 tf 42
- St-ca AS
!IEXICAN 3MUSTANG; LINA MIENT for enre
old Sores, Rtheumuati-tm. &c.
Ladaway's Ready RELIEF:
minford's Liver INVfIORATOt, one of
t Liver 3edicines ever disicovered ;
)xygenated B ITTERtS;
tostetter's celebrated Stomach BITTERS. sure
-e for Dispepsin:
Vlitcumbs Athmna REMEDY, certain relief in
Kennedy's Medical DISCOVERY:
Kennedy's Salt Rheum OINTM1 ENT for cure of
-ofulm or any kiu-l'of eruption:
Ieremaon & Co's Elixer of unlisaya Bark for
-e of Chills and Fever:
farr ant's Effervescent Selt.r A PEltIENT :
2lark's Female PI LLS;
larchise. ' 'terine CATIIOrLICON:
IIILOTOKEN or Female's FRIEND:
're COD LIVER,oil Jelly and a more pleasant
n to take
Bryan's Pulmonie WAFEIIS which alords re
in ten minutes.
faist received and for sile at
0. W. & .. B. I OEl);f.
)er 19t f .12.
FOR THE HAIR.
Ifeintstreet Jnimitable !A It 1UESTO14ATI\'E:
!ir. A. Allen's World's hair RESTORElI
ilair D RESSING :
Pihalon's Imprsvtrd 3igie Ilair LYE;
Phalon's COCINE, P031ADE and Ilair 61ll, ni
:eilent for giving the Hair a lively noi glossy
the Ladies are solicited to. give the above a?'
tment an ea~tandn.tion.
C. W. & J. I 161DG:E.
)et 19 10 12
OF ALL QUALITIES AND SIZES.
Toothi, Nail andl Shuving IIRUJSI ES;
Ilat. Clotih and lesh ]URUSHIES; .
[ndiin Rliber. Coarse and Long COMBS, a fine
Vin~ CO.\hi', &e Ay at thei Drug "tor of
gtracts for Cooking Purposes
'' Pine Apple1,
Cox's Sparkling Glelamtine,
cM:, C in nalmon, Cl rves,
Cora.'rs Shred lyingla.ss,
[he abomve with every'thing usually kept in thme
ng line,. for sale low :at
C. W. & J1. II. 1101W0 ES.
t W S if 3
00TH INC+ SYRUP
For stale by C. WV. A. .1. It lI100I ES
Irer Gloss and Diamond Starch.
a large inlvaaice of the almave .nperior ST'IAR CHl,
upl in vamrio.,ired p~alckntagei'. jn.-t at hainl, andI
I he 'aold at very lowa rates. ecpeciaally to dlealers
aet. 1. ISou t f ;t9
ne and Cheap Family Soaps.
~ large suipply of realliy goodl and very cheap
ily S0A PS, just oipened at
t'. W. & ,1. BI. JHOU0ES.
t large lat of superior quaalily, received bay late
ivals, at C. WV. .L Jf. t. JIODOES.
)e't, I, 1.4m . f ft2
PURE KEROSENE OIL,
)F' .eanperior gnal~ity, undi colarless, for smale at
C. W. & J1. B. HIODt;ES.
EGARS AND TOBACCO.
rpt received an assortment of as finme SEGA RS
were ever brought to this Town.
tso, a ehoico lot of Chewing TOBACCO.
or sale by C. W. & J. B. HIODGIES.
500 Lbs. Blue Stone,
or soaking Wheat, for sale at
C. WV. & JF. B. IIODt ES.
let. 1, IMtDf t'
hitcomb's Asthma Remedy,~
certain miura for Asthma, for sale at
C. W. & J. B. 20DG EB j.
Wholesale and I
F1 NE REABY-mM4
UNDER THE SOUTII
Fine Black, Blue and Olive Frock :mn
Business COATS. of all 1)escriptiom
CASSIMEIIE SUITS, Coats, Plants
Fine Black Cassiiere PANTS;
Plain, Plaid, Striped and other Panc;
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin, B
Every Style of Goods
We keep always on hand
lerinn SillRTS :mnd DitAWElTS, SI
sroCS. ColILARS, [lalf
I. OILES de CIIA
Ill of Which will be sold :
()ur lianufacturingz I)epartiunc:
)f the greatest variety of French. Engl
scellent cutters, we umake up to order.
;hortest notice. Our Stock of
ALWAYs c PLE.T.:-cOMPil IS
QIIcK ALES AN1) SHORT PI
A Deduction of 14) Per
A ugusta. A ;ril 10
ENm.isl Rov.at Vr VET, BRL
C F 3E 3F
IN NEW AND BEA.'TIl-T. I
AIMASKS OF ALL KINDS. L
Cornices, Bands, ]
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL
The lrgest Stock ever oilrcd
I.\i l'O:ItTIEllS A ND D)EA LE
Augusta, Sept IS
J. E. MiIUNGER,
Sincessor to E. Tweedy,
AI no in atr n Iri Stoe1 f FINE
)r celehrnied na,:kers. Also, a Rtich variety of
Sets rof C0IIA L, C.\3EO andi LAVA in Er rus
anI~ undi tine (said.
iiigs :: :d Orna~ime:. a.
A rerat variety oef GOLD FINGEll RINuS,
hlEA$TPlNS, EAl 11N03. Watchi KEY s.
: ll l aS. Nec, 'Vest :and. Feb CIl INS:
1U. S. !iint: uada:rdl o oid Sil ver S P0 CNS
LAD DLES, :0~l.ETS, CU'PS. TIIT3IILES. Ac.
FAN CY GOODS ini grea.t v:ariety Lnitale for
Fineo Silver 'latedl CA ST OlI;, CA~ K E iRAS
CANDLE STTIKS, Dunis. Ph,ted SPOONS
nd F ulIIS, I iER! KNIVES, Ae.
.'h::p P.cket KN IVES for Bvloy,ad a lsr::ea.
,rmt:t of FINEl P EN and 'UC K ET. CU-TI.E
t . wtlhib ennnot bie undIer~iId; albu 1illR un
lJWI E KN1YES.
Cl', RIhnuhgtin nud1 Allen'sli I' EArl ~IIS
Sigle liairre1 P1 SfT.LS
IIELTS, CAI'$. Ac.,inineva.rit.
ifv aissurtme~nt .is etph-te ini I;old, Sive :016
ttI F'rusi'. .And enn: :uit any sighti :mo. p Iro
ng'' oo visioni toi 6.ld :g.
1 ha~ve n greaiter 1:3 i.1y :i0i' a lairr munb:iler
amps and Kerosene Oil,
LOCKS, WATfClIi*S atniI MllSI7AL I. RNES
.in. I It
ATS, SAP~S, UiBRLLAS
Wholesale and iRetail !
Geo. W. Ferry,
MIASONIC HALL IIUILDING,
24 Brond Street, Awtasta, Un.,
~.iS receive. 1 a i nrge and enirefi ty =rlb-etedl
Stock of GeIInt .uiekin, Cassimere, .imeri
mn and Frenhi relt 11 ATS.
Clothi, P'lush, Silk Velvet, Glayi.ed andi Seales.
Youh'si andi Chiildren II ATS and. ('APIS, in
rnt variety of handsomiie stylies.
Silk, A lpineen anit Gingh::ens l'.l: E L LA AS:
Henr y phlantati.m II ATS for Ne'roe':
Freh iloid, re:ceived by every Stanmer. P'rices
is h eip as ilie ebenpest.
(C:l and see.
.\ngusta,:n Ga., Sept. 1 0. IS6 ~o f ::
Flhe Greatest Medical Discovery of
the .Age !
1. It ENNEDY,) of Iluxbmury, hasi dliscover
ed ini one 6l' our commoniif pa~sture
weeds: a remedy thait enire.s
Eh 'crery 'K.ir.Ja. c 1'3":L.mcor,
From ie n-,or.st *%er.fular rIou to a omn
.eFor Kecnnedy's Treint nt on Diwcen'es of
i Skini, wvhiich are fur griituiuins cirenihion ap
ly to C. W. A .1- B. HIODGES.
.\arG if 9
or the New Year !
IE Subscriber nnnounces to his numecrous
cunitimer:', that he hiais .I1:ST R EP LEN ISit
:D) his' Stock irithi mmny new anid desirilh~e
Goods Suited to the Seasoni,
iiihih makes' his: Stoc~k very compi~lete and rendyv
or ite ipening of the New Year's irnde. which
I l he ..hl oni renl.f.nnble termis Io punctual ens
A vry leral disenount, ntill lie made on eniUsh
E3'rocaries sold for cash only.
E. PENN, Agent.
w.... ar U
IS E &a~ CO.
etail Dealers in
.N STATES IIIJTEL,
1 Dress COATS:
and Vests to suit;
Cassimiere PANTS: a
trathea, and other styles of VESTS ;
for Gentlemen's Wear !
a very large Stock of ine
'SI'END)EITS, G.OVES, Neck TIES.
JOSE, Travelling SIIAW LS,
MHi!E, &e., ke..
t the Lowest Market Priice.
4 is ahvays well supplied with
ES, AND VESTINGS,t
ish and Gerinan Manufactutres. Having
in the most approved styles, and at the
NG E.VERY GRADE ANI) STYLE.
LOFITS WIL. HE OUR MIOTTO.
ent to Cash Purchasers.
.rr ., TtlllEE-Pl. tND TNon.1TN
A'TETiNS. Jl'ST 1EClI VED.
ACE AND lUSLIN CU RTAINS
poops, Tassels, &c.
CI4OTJJS, MATS, MATT INGS,
for sale by
BAILIE & BRO.,
RS, 205 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA 1
Ight for thie Snife~ring Milion
JOY TO 7EE WORLD.
CURE FOR C01SUMPT10'9,' AND ALL MANNER OF
LUNG DISEA SES, SHORTNESS CF BREATH,
DYSFEPSIA, DYSENTERY, &C,
ZFm.oly Trogotable !
TIlE 3M0ST P1.EASANT DRINIK IN TlE
WORL.D-O:'E BEaTTLE dilfLLD liE
CA!!REl) BY E\'ElIY .MAN. W~O3IAN
011 CIi .11, Tll l\\EL. Na; .IN A N Y
(COUN'rl: . TO" 31l txWI'Tu
Ti!Efil WAATiEl! Fall DRINK.
I)n i.:a-rioss youa T.ua ie: -A W ine tlass fnll
:retom.-; al da , <-r ..rene.r. ifie' ..-ay
P'rice'a, One ilol lar pe ilottle.
Addare.-a, iL. L. ( ENTRiY,
llamuhutr. $. C.
1.m- K Cca:1.:K. l'Ed;:tlel LDitrictI)
Feblruagry ' 1.7. j~al
a;r:-at itmed~y foar Dysenilt'iry', ca ne eaf myv chlaI
dlrena wicha resultte-t in a :1perfct enre in three
I av.'. Thea ch.itl d!n. he eft wa''icell for Ui',ra, than
geagl lnth befre ilhe tooek the tanedliine. Eve.r'
fl.7 Far $1ale bly tCny~t. E..ii. PENN. Edgeleblt.
S.C.. and at my~ :laara. No. I nad Noe. 2. in Jla-n.
la:r:: S. C. Na. 1 .1n Cr'i.'are Streeat, lir. Creigh-.
ron'sa e.bl -rtad, and Noe. 2. alg 11iver treet, netlL
..ar toa ae-ry. P'.algae. t .t ataun'si tore. uand
aeplao:e II:alinanaal At l.:il' Staare. Nalle a-a'nla
ggine ulessa I) r. .~~ t alnetl Congh iaedy nad i. L.
aGen.try, j'Aent. I lntebur.:. $. C.. isa lawn in thae
bet art glaire .e ab-a. .iianfalllln l a y mys'elf.
lI~ia i r;, . C., 31I'r l'. I Ill
The State of South Carolina
.E:DG I-:'1'.1 DlST'RJCT,
* E~aa' T 1".
lBeni. W*. llatacher, ;: / ' l~. ale.
li'ej:lnin ltet:i., etl al. .
ii :eC:p erin.: ta my '.?ti!-ein t h faa? :!.e Dlefen
dalnt,. .laehn lltcher ai Eizy tllandl :land nifeta
Iia-m a.rs, ' aar e ~ y- tfrea:: : and re.-iale be.'nad thea I
:1.ni t : ; ofii t.e. 1)n motaaee ion by aisra'. Ahleay
a& WVai..lat. ComphiamIlelaal'sa a.dIieito. It jai orderedl
a hea: tia. ,:id ablseng t'iendgant.-. ale :appa~tt e ta nt
paldeal.:;l~aiwaer. eel demurl~ teo this laill waithin~ threef. ,
mnamthsa~ fromga ti.a; puiivaalilean hereaof, or judgm~aient
.;ill bee re:l:dereda agai.t ~ llthe proa -aaaL'ei a.
7.. Wa. t'AIt.W IL E, e.rI .:.
Alpr S. i'961. Iba I I
State of South Carolina,
l-:D G;.F11-:LD1 DIST RICT.
Era.-gin e al. l)f i a. Trneatee ~i#~
Th.s. llcwb-. et all. I
If :appeaeri:.ga tal my ati.-fae'i--n flhil thea aafaen
da~t< Thoaaasa Evian fand a Ajznes aa hii wif. 3.lnr
resI ie bevot~agal thei limitl; ofl thaia Stale. 1)n tuatain
bay 3'!r. (t rillina. I'emphlliinant' 11 ioalicitaur. Ordea.red
il,'ut thle .aidl Die faedantr ala :ap.:r ead plen-el. an
-wer oar demull:r toa hi liii ill wiliti thlree mthaaill
Irlin thle pubt'ialeaio hereofl ear aL ecree )a-a eon
i,--.. will bee en tearead:~; nsint themga.
/. W'. CABRWI I.E. e.j:.a:.11.
Apl I9, I81 .3m 14
LOOK AT THIS!
I HIAVEI jutf raeacivaed aen Cansiganment na 'ine
leat aaf 1IACON, (CIlenr anal ilibeda Sies and
T nmi alsoe c'ontantly raecing PICKELED 1
FI"! ofl all kindasl-Mlacrel, Trengt, Bluie and11
All I he albove will lee sachl low tear enshl.
S. E. BOW EItS. A gi.
ilamthnirg, Feba II. lSll. i a;
11L.. A L. A A.1 WillT ~ C01N WilS
a~FK EYe naow landling ,andl wi'll lee )allulw fear
en;esh. S. E. BO1WEltS, Agt.
Feb 13 If Ii
NOTI.-.Itl l personga indaeataed ta the Es
taate aof Wahington Waisae, dlec'd., ;are regntac
ed to coeh for'wardandl l t he lll l aaimsi agalinst a
thet ;land all those~ having dletaandas against said I
Est:ate, are alsan re'questead to paresent them proper.
ly attestedi for paymlenat.
If. A. SHTAW . eigE's
W. S. WISEr. AnigE's
Nov 27 if 4'7
Shingles, Boards, &c.
UlEiver 1a1E'I$ W t~ E T It3tER, 1l0A iUS iae N
C11all oerders' pratmptly. i!e promlises ilatisafation 1
lo all whoa ny~ favor him withI their- pntrnnage.
lHc may at tall timiesa he fonda at hir fathez's resi
denc four miles from Edgefield C. H.
ar.. n f .
harleston and Liverpool
nHE Undersigned beg to announce that they
L have :nade arrangements fur a line of SA Il.
NG PACKETS between the above points, ly
hieh every facility in regularity and rlteed trill
given to shippers.
Fraser, Trenholm & Co,
NO. 1, RUMFORD PLACE,
rill at any time receive goods intended for ship
tent by this line, and forward the same by
IST SUCCEEDING PACKETS, and will'
bways prepared to give any information that may
Arrangements for Freight or Passage may also
e made in Charleston, by application to
JOHN FRASER & CO.,
Central Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
The underinentioned first class and fast sailing
hurleston Shipis have been already placed upo
he line, and others will be added as soon as re
&iling Day/s of the Ships of this Line.
*iverpool Names. Master Charleston
5th June, CSt'SAs Ci. Owt:ss, Norton, Aug. 10
5th June, lE LIZA BoYSAI.., Michael, Aug. :11.
4th June, r-Goxsnt, Lebby, Sept. 20.
5th July, E. St. Pt xEnn, Tessier, Oct. . 10.
5th Aug.. Joun F..w n, Herbest, Oct. ::0.
*These three dates are made to approximate for
be convenience of Importers for the Fall trade.
Futura arrangements will be duly advertised.
May 17 mly ~19
State of South Carolina,
IX COJI.ION PLEAS.:
W IEREAS, nn inquest of Ereheat bath been
returned to this office, whereby, it appears
bat Charles McGregor, late of Edgefleld Dis
riet, who was born in Dunharton, Scotland, and
Head on the twenty-first day of May, in the year
if our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty
even, was seized and possessed at the time of his
Leath, of a Lot of Land, containing one-half
tre, more or less, situate, lying and being in the
orporate limits of Edgefield Village, bounded on
be Nortl by i Lot owned by 1ter. P. N. Lynch,
n the East by Lots owned by Thomas P. Mlagr:nh
nil tGerge W. Landrum. and the Public Street
eading :ron the Court House to Pottersville. on
he South by :t Lot owned by James A. Dozier.
nd on the West by a public str r"- immediately in
he rear of the Court House, anmd Lots ouned by
Villiam .J. Ready, F. L. Smith and Rev. P. N.
ynch ; with'iut having in his lifetime made any
lisposition thereof, and without leaving any per
on who can legally claim the Samne. Kuw in
mrsuance of the directions of the Act of Assemn
,ly, in such case made arid provided, the Heirs of
he said Charles McGregor. or others olaiuing
uder hint if any there be, are hereby required to
ppear and nake claim within eighteen months
rom the date hereof.
Witness my hand at Edgefleld Court House, tLis
ourth day of Alpril, A. D. 1S0.
THUS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
April 11, 186i0 tf , 14
State of South Carolina,
WMt. 31. Villiatns, 1
aline C. W'iiamnus,j
M. Settle and others, ; B;il for Ael.
e1'r amti Rel;,'.
n F. C. Settle and.
:"l 'ard Hlorace Settle. J
T aip e 'iring to my satisfaction that the Defend
a - d waru llornce Settle, re.,ides beyond the
mi s of this State, On motion of Mr. Abney,
.oum .!air.ants' Solicitor. It is ordered, that the
id etendant he and ippear in this lonorable
ourt i ihin three tmontha froma the publientt ion
ere.of, anud lea, atnswer, or dentur to th:is till.
r jud; ment will be rendeered ugtniust him par.
. Z. W. CAIIWILE, e.m:.':.ae.
Mareb' IS, 1S61. umn I t
state of Neuthil Onrolinia,
Felix C. Mcl inauey et al. J
I[T appecaring to iny satisfiretion that the D~efe.nd
a.tt in the abo.ve st ;ted cane, Felix C. .mieKin-.
i.y, .1 mlitas N. .MeK inniey, llay'lis 1P. .ieK itiney,
\lfredl L-l'iayetce K innaey.3larguret Atn lint,-s,
riltnte.s, El len .1. lites. Anmdersonm E. Itates.
-liza Ii. 11utm, J atne.' lainmm, nndlM r\lrrh Earmle
,ee reside beyond the liitis oif this St * I, Ont
umitiont of Mr. A urs s:. Ccimpla~inan '., S..liror, It
s iorered that the satid Defendants do be niiel ny~
.e-tr in thiis li.ni,? ie Court, within three lti ts
riot the publicatieti hereof, attd pilead. nliSwere or
iemiur t.o this bill. '.r ju-igruernt pie roug..o will
.e rendeIcred nyni n t themi.
Mamr IS, 1l. ;;m::a Iti
State of South Carolina,
1 1 .1-: D. 31I.\Ma. Ajp;dicantl. v.-. Fred.-riek Er
gLe> :niot wife Mary: Polly Overstreet hisid
ler chibiren, to wit: Saliijnhl serice andl1 iie
iley : Jolhn A th iison uindl wife Fr.intees :1 .i'inm
Iierstree : .\Mury Overslree.t :Silas lh er.-tra et:
Vi'-tliey Itandallf Ia-al wife .\f urthn:: ieer;:e live r
treet :Ihleny lt)ver.trle*,' ;IA. ii.ti ice: mndel ie
.nea :i S.e i. UOverst reel Susanil Sheppair dt ; Ii
regory aund wife .1inrgnzre: And. Yonee antI l.is
biilren, ta. wit :Eliams K repps rind wife Efiliaeth:
Vthitfiel I Th..ma~s and wifi .in:i Thoas.tiaz nd. it
Sln Yonee :~ t aImbriel Ygunee: A bitranm Yana-e
:arnh Yonic lleni Yoee:. Jiohnt Erie ratd Ii,
hildren,. to wit: tiecage Frippl and niife ])allyt
-ha 1r:rle : .\boy: Ergle: Amelia Ergle; Sau'el
r.:le: .\rtimuil Ergte: Tilluman Ergle; Daniel
irglea: lilannahl Ergie: Louisa Ergle:.Johni Yonee
nda wife Sa rah: Calh-h Lights aznd wife Ney :
.e.vi .?t..yer, euel wife tuthl; Etiabeth Ii et,
\'illiamtt Iluiet a1nil Da vid lIniet, D~efetiehunts.
It apea~zring ta lily satisfac tieon that Williatt
Imet. David l~Le. Carlh Light s anid his nmite
i-y .ue'i George Tf.ripp atnd his nm ife Dully, De
eini -n.- in the abo~ve .taated enre, re.side beyond
bec li:mis of this State: It is tlherefomre oirdere~d
hart they dlo apperr and oblject to the divmisieen or
.ile of thre llen I E-sltut eof Gieorge liuie~t, dee'd.,
,nl ar herufre lie n ine-tenth( I '.thi) day of Ju lne next
Sil, ior their con.sent :ie the same will lie entered
W. F. lUt'llSOE, o.m:.mu.
-\pril 2. ISfil l1Ut 1.d
State of South Carolina,
15 EQUIT Y.
tarrli llrondwater, Giorge M.)
Utroadwater, :t. al. |l/ ~, ~jg
riisiahb King ad wife, 3Mary IlfrPrtin
A.. aid others. . J
[ T apapearing tat any sattisfietion, thant the De~fend
nuits, .Tosinh King and wife, Mary A.. atnd 1.em
libhasrd and wife, Sarnh A., are absent fruni at.S.
*rside beynd the limitus of this Stare, On nmotion
vy Mn. Aasu~v, Comupt's Snl'r. It is orer'red that
hec said 1)efaendiants ado appear withina three meuntl.,
r'tm the plienict ion hereof. aind plIe::d, an swe a or
le~mur to this hill, air jiudgemient will he rendered
3tate of South Carolina,
I5 EQUIT Y.
,iley Sumith, bay her next frienid,1
I IWI1 for Ac't
tary Padigett..Manichester Pall- and 'settl,ni,ai,
gett, Aidm'irs, em. al. J
[T appening tio tmy satisfaction thamt the Defena
Lrnt, Arthur Smith, is absent from and recside~s
eyoind the limits of this State, On omotioin by ~ar.
t.uon-rtT Compl's Sol'r. It is ordlered that th'e said
leferdant do appea~r within three months frotm
tic' pblenio hereof, and pileatd, answer ior detmur
this bill. on judgment will be rendered against
Z. W. CA RWILE, c.v..n.n.
Mairch 2, IS61 3mei 9
state of South Carolina,
e,. . Hill of rericor anid for
dl ned lmatcher, JTohn ' .-cc't., muokc e utleiuit, &e
llatchber, et. al. j
[ f appenring to may satisfaction that the Defend..
amnts Johnt IHatcher and Polly Phillips, are ab
ent fromm and reside beyond the linaits of this
tuite, Ona motion by Mr. Wttttt. Conmpl'ts Sol'r;
t is ordered thart the said Defendants dlo appear
rithmin three months frim the publienation hereof,
ud answer, palead or demur to this bill, or judg
inent will be rendered against them pro confenao.
Z. W. CAR'WILB, c.s..
Mnsrc 2, 1811d 2mmt