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BY SIMhKINS. DttRISOE &i CO.
p1irPARED WVITHI AN EY1:
I1t S,", t :,t u d 1. :i t i t U 11'.
A~i~naii"'of Male O1ver lNors La
t, 1. i1" 1' .i"It: 1t't 3iVt~"I 1ilrV
' !t" "1 itt ::i'' Is .t'*litlaitS 31t12ut:il 43 iiI''
hillii " 1'33 i:k1 the eii:31'e I
AI .l jtl; ta:ti 1'' .1 (ia'3'efl 1;!3CV. I
i.ioiw :~t3:u riiers %vi'i would bah:uni~
e~d to be couigt riding ill a earri:Ige bie
hind a pair i~f innuks and Why ' I.~ it
1 a:3i a mn11' li:i~ IiI er e~ar, eir 'tl
.lt I t 111:333 :a II' 3r...i I t 13:1k it I '!"1l%' i.
j'roi:t :I .'veiei t tai!se piriil.. For
iliiiii'Zli I asillt 111~.1 :1 ..I l3..Pte 13333k%
bietter tilall 1i333.tP33lh 3 t ilt- e 1li"s we
i'eo. Vet. I de::vti" t1 : a hi urs" loo'ks i'et*
terV 11' lI i k, t' l 31 mle. Alt(.! wihy is it thait
31IC IiI' "*. !eiik 543 until better thln iiost
'1 4 itl 3~ul; "1it~ 'r re:35(iI3 i,( tii: our
1at31tr5I~ ii:IVe :t t;313? 33tJti3l t3 l:tt it IS 1t" it
it'ee-.arv t hat a lnilt. e o il.1 b e iwl ,I
cleant. thret -ire 1 hW :t. wV5 loo(k rough~i
;1r1, **V. 'M 1 liel :- thbat if amle
33 1. :3t~('3 ''13i ill eV\.ry PIsIj4''t
that is uti i!V 1,eIwe 1I 3 a Iiiii'. lbe
wvill Isi'.3c:I.: well. :a13d ill CMr.: will ( it311uk
:113113 lt.~wi.3'k 133(s 35tl. . 13 3. 'a.Iiiv 1brted.
Il~i there arie seeral o thier itemis hie
:ri 33 u:L:3?3_ to be takeni int.-. co3.'id
3331" ill3 r"";3P gir t n ar1ieilturaii
('").11ii iteet i"1 8.. 'dli ('a: i:;il, in Ilet yeart
t l.~ 1. 1 ,1:3i t. tilL' ti.I'3wli~g:
""llii' :aliillie f C 1-t'iml 331 keein~g a
2%~l is' j333t! i Ilhi; val 'ii. it hi irse at
1; tii rear:~ 31111 Wli! nolt bring tnitwi 1113)i'
tat l : be . ~lw'.i~ than I42 o le r ise d h
7111 'r1 it ti I ali 33' earlier, and, if' ot'
snfii lien3t Size'. Wvill j~tierfiu as t$ ILLII lbor
ais a hordest. ;ianl it' nt.ICiten d to wvi if first
putL to work, his ganit and;i his habits 1311',
bie formed to suit 1t. vwI1,r."
1 3331 r('3!i3342d tit~~:, apair of1 wlide,.'
T31: :l.'ie kept,. I3 ~:.rd 4"333i it 3. :lul'l do
:111 lt Ii' ""''a' ua.ttiiiy rt"jq "ll tit' a jarlt
111 ' ' :1I r1.131 (133 t13r3"'.' t,311'l.2 Il:, hIVr
an:111: -hl'.31 the t_ '2aill ti33t u'.tt 33il:1ali
I In. I3 hair of 3 it l)l'5 1j. 'ini3 theI salvo,
The expeflgc oi shoring~ a nilo'e the
car round is not more than one-third
thait of the horse ; his hoofs being harder
and tutre horny, and sn slow oft growth
that 1life shoe; r.'(lire 1no retmoval, but
hold till worn ouit aind the wear, f'rom
the lightness 3of the~ anUIiml, is inutlh less.
Tiler are al31 y f:~ ,u33id to he~ truer2i pul.
lers anld (tiicker trl'erI' withi a load thani
hoses; they aire mtore steady in their
dra'at 111:1h21 hor31ses, antd aire lees likeliy
to wa':te tiaci- 3' tre31gtl3, :lit-t'1hccfo', ;ir
wore suiitable( to wo.rk liihi' oxeni. 111
piuughiiig, his tetben smlrndt
flint from the Southern Cultivator.
The proper time to cut drilled fodder
is when all the stalks are fairly tasteled 1
bia, or in till bloom. It imiay be cut
!,e to the grataid, with a long sharp
knaif tor "iekh . .e!eet a dry day, co'mii
in.Ie'ting e;arly inl the monintilg and cuttingi
aril titner ti:me. As fast as it is cui,
,ipr all it I in along the row, and] let it lie I
and' take the tilu until after dinner, whena
the tipper side will be well wilted. Then
tui-n it. over carefully, and leave it on the
gl'o itundi ulltil 5i 'eiclck in the evening,
w1hen it mutst:he gathered up,, iti in bun
dect of ioderate size (say a foot through I
at t lie band) and set up on the butt etd,
in .,hocks of' 4 or 5 bundles e- taeh me
handle utlsid: dlocwii. s.r er the hilier', as
'"cap ear. The nex.t day, acier Sun.
ri-e. these handles mutist le untied and
the ibeilder spread out again until noon,
and then turned and sunned till night, as
bethre. This may he repeated the third
,w will generally be sufficient, if
bh. wetala-~r is dry and fa~vorale It may
h'':i be permaineiitly stacked or pieked
a+way inader clvert and i1. while packing.
il - diflirent layers are sprinkled with salt,
at Ihe rate oft about 4 quarts titan tr'dina.
rv *ac horse wagoan load, it will he more
hiigh!v relishel by stock, and all danger
f heating t hviated. The same plan, of
course, afplie" to the Igypti;anl Millet or
t -hinese Sugar Cae fodder.
Glorious Prospects--Thanks and
En'rons SocrsTaE CcLTiVATo.-Per.
hIi I there has never been a time when
Ith re wis a greater prospect of anl abut
Ihat ero"p than now . Perhaps there has
t*%eve' '-e'n a time when insects-a ild had
e-mds were fewer, and people labored
liar'-r to produce alhtimtdtnt bread crops
af ali kiuds, and thus he self sustaining
and indepentdent, than the present. All
naituire is rejicing in1 anticipation! Event
the threst is proidu.cing all that i necess:ry
tir the support of animals and birds; and
truit crops have the appearance of beinig
And now what more need I say, for it
lace ks like an omen of God's special prov
ideee towards us and our great and he.
I. . nti e! vr. There'fire, let every heart
he g!ad ;and give thanks to the Lord, who
i.1 ciome to our help in these times of
i"ed. If the Lord be for ts, who can
;ilfl nw in-t us!I The North may back
Trulv yours. W. L. IT.vroN.
Open Pond, Jlla., JIciy, ltil.
GooD ADVICE.-Tle Huntsville (Ala.)
.ld'orate says: "Every. branch of indus
trv in the South should now redouble its
ei'ertions to supply the home demand.
Ever manufacturer of cloths, goods,
his t, shoes, hats, foundries, clothing, hoes,
w. o len ware. &c., &c., should let the
publie know at once what he smakes,
wvlere he is to he found.and how he sells.
Tli public needs infi.tnation of this kind
mtia~r, :1111 ldk to tithe ;'vertising columns
. th le liewsciatper tat' sueh knowledge."
To M~iZE IIENS. LAY PERPtETt'ALLY.
ThenS will lay contintually. if' treated in the
tllocwing~ ma~nner: Keep themi entirely
s'earated fr'om the male birds ;give IhIem
fresh! lio, at, (chopped up like sausage meat,
anei a dai' . a ver'y small portion, saty half
ato 'ea dayIii, ti) each hen, during the
winit er'. alr fri m the time insects disappear
ithe thi. 'iltey appear again in) the
srintg. Never allow any eggs to remain
iii thei neis?. fbr' what are cal led necst.eergs.
WVhen the male birds do not r'un with the
h-,-s. andt noa eggs ar'e left in the ne'st, the
h.ns will not cease laying after' the pro
dlcio~in of' t welve or lifteen eggs, as they
al ways do, when male birds and nest-eggs
are' ;:i.wt'd h11. L'onltinle Ethi.. petu-'i'
-- I.; g'title sprinig!.
Nio. dion't ; pclease don't. I seign. if 1.'(on
will. oh vernal sea' on. but don't hail piar
AXini Iwhe l youi a raint~L, don't com e downvi
all at dnce. m a perfee,'(~. floeod, and then
--ary uap" -'' hing tar' a bcreathing~ spell.
a youii have beein doig fiar the last fe'w
yTar: ut n-y te piln that the <dd
iar. -shell Iblipi st bro'etheri pr't aedhr ttean
s''e it y~ ' i can't "di/zle, ro~zze it " flur
laout s.ix ort eight weeks.-Texais pcapri.
MASL'tING CoRN.-To mieasuire (. trl
ini te ear' in a eiih: multi ply the lengthI.
width~ ;ai depth of' the bin togetheri, and
th'~r pi'irou.ctiby 4ir. Cut o!l' the right
h:ialI iiire :.1ad t lhe remaininag figuares will
be tht nui:ni .'!' of busels of shel Iled corein.
and t.- !igurec at the right. the dec'inual of'
To MAuE WitE-wa'i.-TheC fellowingr
receiplt is the best known, comininag ex..
el lence and dur'ability :Take a bartrel
anal slack one bushel of freshly burnied
lime in it, by covecring the lime with boil'
ing water. A fter it is slacked. add coalda
water enotugh to bring it to a consistency
of good white-wash. T1heni dissolvea' int
wa'er and~ add one pound of' white vitrol
(sullhate of zinc) and one quart of fmie salt.
Tic give this wash a cr'eam colitr. a dd
rcne afa pudfyeow ochre in pow- 'e
uer. 'To give it a fawn color, add a poaund J
cf yellow ocehrie, mnd onte-fourth of a pound
at' Inidian red.
T'lh. Sounth Western ihaptist advises the
Farmerit'is :t'.l Plaoters tc "ubescribe to
A:.'ur~ t~ia paer.s, and says .
F'AuLMus.-heir claims to the esteem
ad gratitutde of' mtankind hiave ever been
ti'kowleudged. but at nto timte in the his
Leoy of' this cuninent as mutch as towv has
thir imtpoartancie as a class been lelt.
L:onneree many bce cripepled ; miachinieryv
iuay easte to rutn, the arts antd sciences
coay be suspendiaed, the press mayi1 ceaset
co speiak, the telegraph maiy stopj its mies.
.ages, bitt fooaud, bread, the staff-ofsi life',
ii u.t be mnade'-thie plow% ofi the ihrmner' I
tiust runa-the~ ' Gee !" " I la w !"' ofl the
ecidw ana muist be heia'd, otr man miurt
e:e to breathe. Patriotic citizents hav'e
rushedl to the battle-field to repel the ini
'ader', hut without the farml~er f-eeds them
their arms will he pow~er'less. This is one
o the mot st imoa rtan it years of the Sotth's
xistelee, aitid thle thi'raer mnlst stt'engtlen
tlie llantds sot statesinati anid warrior, else
the ilbrt fi ' n adepcenencie wil ibehr fruiit
es<. Ye". men tea whtomtal eye a re
ime'.-'d ! cease5. not y'ou' ehlbrts " toive
veds ti e lCsower andl brad tic thle enter,"
thie youar sm~tesmein and soldier's are de
eding yoau f'romn the ruthless invader.
invike the God ofi heav~en to send you1
ritt id seasons!i. t hat your' bartas miay be
ille,. an ov erflowinig bunty furt ouri ar
i.'e. liemembnter our' por'ts are: blocka
-a thlesitppilies, ort sutl'erinig will coetaa.
lake ever'y thing. sav~e e'very Iin~g. Go5 d
uless youI, andl nerve youa fbrt lihe at
lear rain water' addi~ t hree quartts ofci mo
ascs; put intto a good cnsk ; shake well
Sfew tinmes, then adda twto ori thlree 5 soo.
'ihis tof gooacd y'east eake'. If iniStl smoner,
)ice the cask in the suni ; if int winter,
iar the chiimey, wher'e it may warm.
n te~. or i."..e a. add to thiM liquida
heet of brown p:jiper, torn in strips,
lipped in nitlasses, :td goiod vintgar will
te prodIted. 'hei pit per w ill, in ihis wit,
brin what is called tlh. " naitelr," or lie ]
if vinegar.-G enese 1'F:atir.
To j)snt-rs .hr,.--\st rong; solutitsm
,f'the chIlotrible t l' liilnt, -1printkleel abtot
)lnees wlert.e thev Ii'uuentIt. we have t'lunltl
in eill-etal rerned thr both the red and
>lack ant. As an1 experinetIet I sprinik led
inne fit this solutionI oIl an anthill, long
ihabited.by black anLs, :nd in-a fiw days
tind that the sio le colony haid left bIr
>arts uinknioa i. Coc kroache.s. as well as
tits, are also iari eti at w:I y by strIwing
'It-rbe rry h-ave<t'. or 'Ih - otl' rinl Ot'pinla.
pph-l . ,,n Yti,- ab.-le- t n p': tl Ii:u'-. l'n 11-p - -
d Ii t1 hte Iitoublesttiie ilat iserl.
IENRY IB. GALLMAN.
F. V. COOPER.
JOHN BLAND, 1
For Tax Collector.
W. Ii. HOLLOWAY,
C. M. MAY,
- S. CANNON, M. D., having located
. in Beech Island, offers his Professional
ervice b, the public. Ollie and re:idence at
Ir. S. J. M. CL.AUni:'s.
Beech Island, Mar 9, 1861. 6t 10
PPER ROOMS 1' MIt. t;. U. TILLMAN'S 1
Edgefield, S. C., March 19, tf 11
Convenient to the Carolina fide.
Provided with the best the market affords.
Adja'ent to first rate lusiness houses.
Ready with conveniences to facilitate travellers
n any and every route.
Prepared to accommodltate all who may desire it.
A good bar and plenty of ice.
We respectfully n-k the atteution of Edgefield
o our Car.l.
June 26 tf 25
AUSTIN MULLARKY, Proprietor.
Augusta, May 1 3m 17
DCAS. D. CARR & CO.,
10 BROAiD ST., CHAR LESTON, S. C.,
AVE OPENED THEIR SPRING ASSORT
MENT OF GOOD)S ADAPTED.
TO MENS' WEAR.
[ pr et Discouint Allowedl for Cash1
Charleston, Masy 17, 1860. ly 19
incoln's Blockade Beat!
J3. L. MIMS.
ONE DJOOR DIELOW T1lE CITY llOTEL,
fAS jtust received fromt New Orlear.s, viai
Charlestion, ai large Consignmuent, viz
l'43 liarrels $supieir re-houiled MOLASSES:
GO liarrels A. No'. 1 New Orleans SYRtUPI
130J Ilbds. New Ojrleasuz SUG AlCS, comprising
ihe best qiulities:
Ah!.0 ON, MLAL. andit PROD UCE GiENE.
A L~LY, and last thsough not least, ..nme F IN E
31ElttiIA WIIISKEY, four years old--all of
hich will bea sold on reasonable terms.
Augusta, May 13, IS61l. if 20
U. S. MEAIL LINE
INLAND TO ST. J011N'S RIVER?!
['he Ele g a nt Steamer
W ILL LEAYE SAVANNAH every Tuesday
and Saturday at. 3 i,'clock, P. M., conneet
g cloisely at FernandinzL withI the Steamer Ex
ei fr Pilatkahu :and other Landings on the St.
By this Route passengers for the St. John's
iver avoid the nnia~santness of oll *,ut.ide trar
1, on i/. the unnyer's 'tj the Xi. John,'.' Iher.
p-l'assage from Savannah to Pilatka, SS,110.
A. HI. COLE.
Oct 31 tf 42
state of South Carolina,
IN C'O.II.I5 I'L E.IS.
E. B. Stoddtard A1 Co., )
vs. Forciyns Attachmenti.
James M. IHudson. J
F lIE Plaintin' in the above staited case0, having
Ithis 'lay :llet hiis delarationi in my otnice, and
I Diefendanit hacving~ neither wife iior attoirney
nown to residle within the limits of this State, ssn
thomi copies oft id dleclairatioin with riues to
.Cle cant be served, Ont moitioni of J. L. A thliso'n
'intuii's .\ttorney, Ordered tha~t saidl Defendunt
ppear~ and pleaud to saidt declaratiun within a
ear and a dayv from the date hereof, or liinal and
bsolute judgment will be given against, bim.
S. IIA1ILRISUN, e.c..
Clerk's Ollice, July -,th 1861 tgly 27.
NOTICE THIS !
LL5 orders netcompai~nied by CASHf will re
. eive promwpt attention. All others tabled,
r ideliniitely peotstponed.
S. E. BOW EIIS, Agt.
Haburg. May 27 tf 21
Shingles, Boards, &c.
FilE Sub~s..ribeir will fuarn ish toe ordler uindt de
liver fII ~~l: TI. Bi~lt. JOAltIJS, Sit N.
LES. L ATiS, & e., at the usual prices, and will
1 all orderPe pro~mptly. - He peromises satisfuction
ri all whou macy favor himn with their patronage.
elaay lit all times h'e futidi at hir father's resi
enee four miile., fre.ti Edge~teldl C. HT.
Mar 13 If Inl
L tle pesn having denaul- ngninst theu Es
tute of l1steba ilhck, deci'l., will pleau
aid then, in to me, piroperly atitest ed, himedi
M.rl 9f f 10 -
southern in Everything.
' WIL L sell my13 remahiining L.tock of YANK EE
'TENT M1EDICGINES at twst. I want ti
'. t ri. tlf thi-do'.t wnnsli ti scein Yankee or hsis
ills this :ide of 31ason A~ Dixitn's Line anymore. v
It. L. GENTRT, Ao. e
unmbncg. June 3 4t 22
'Alll WINTE STYE,1S60!
IATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS
W'holesadIe and Retail!
Geo. W. Ferry,
MASONIC HALL BUILDING,
244 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
[ AS received a large and enrefully selected
Stock of itt. Moleskin, Cassiwere, Ameri
an and French Felt HATS.
Cloth, Plush. Silk Velvet, Glazed and Seamless
A 'S, new and elegant patterns ;
Youth's anti Children HATS and CAPS, in
rent variety of handsome styles.
Silk. Alpneen and Ginghams UMBRELLAS;
Ileavy Plantation HATS for Negroes:
Fresh Goods received by every Steamer. Prices
cheap as the cheapest.
Call and see.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 19, 1860 tf 36
BROOM & DAY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE READY MADE
IENTLEMEN'S FIRNISHING GOODS,
W OULD respectfully invite the attention of
those in want to their large nud well so.
Leted Stock of .Spring and Summer CLOTHING,
Light CLOTHS, colired and black, made in
Drnp D'l te, Alpaca, Silk. Farmer's Satin and
'ongee FROCKS and SACKS;
LINEN of all Colors, Plain and Striped;
Linen Drill and Duck FROCK and SACKS
Linen DUSTERS, &e., &c.
It. is worthy of ni.te that our Stock is all new
nd fresh, and as we think, well laid in, before
he Tariff tent into operation, and will
ie sold for the smallest rates of protits by the
;LOTIlS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
made to order, in the best style.
BROOM & DAY.
No. 23S, Broad Street.
Augusta, Ga., May I ;m 17
Fall and Winter Styles !
[FIATS AND CAPS,
C. P. REMSE M'S,
74 BROAD ST., oPPOSITE AU(;USTA HOTEL
A XD COL'L-MIA, .. C.
[ have on hand a
I complete Stock
tf now styles
hATS & CAPS,
'RESSLY for my
rade. My goods
ro warranted for
loh11 Woolley's (raniteville Hats.
1Ie is now mauufncturing FUR HFATS as
ow- a SI,IU.
The public will find it to their interest to give
ne a call at either piniee of business, as my' Goods
vill be otfered at moderate piri'es.
C. P. REMISEN.
Augusta, Sept 25 tf 38
TIlE 800TillRN GU.IRD)IAN
[S P'UULISHtED AT CUILUNEIA, SO. CA.
BY ClHARLES P'. PELHIAM.
DilyI........................... ti t per anfl numl
rriWeeklv...................-- l0 "
W~ekl v. y .....................--2 t0 "
.r?a' PaymenJiit in iidvance: in variabily. Post
'tisters senlding us5 tive daily subhscribiers. with
MUt lii, or live tri.weekly sub~scribiers with 5201 l4l,
etelsed iln r.;istered letter.-,) will lbe entitled tio
oi ext rai cply, or in l ieu if that t2it per eent, of the
-mt its remit ted, pirovidedi the order is fir ats
u-n s tive co"pies. Tent pier centt. will b~e allow.
bifr :iamionil renlt ted tor single suobseripitions.
It-erted at1 the following rates in the Daily and
Onie seinatre lit lines or ies.) onme inisert illn....50O ets
En.-h subiseiient t intsertiin...................::5 ets
Whien in adlvertisernient is inserted ini the Week
ly, or bitt once a week in the D~ailyt, 5J cenits a
ire fir each inserititn.
WVe ..tfer to adlvertii.ers the inducemtent oif send.
ng their favors to be reaud bIy Ia tneroins and in
luenti:ul class mif renders, limthI in towvn anid countt.
:ry. The snuithernG Iuardliant presents grealt ad.
rntatges as til ttdvertising maeium:ti its circutlation
.large, atnd is daily atnd rapidly extending,
'iarticublirly inm the tatiddle tintd upper Districts of
rTe .Jobi Ofrice is thtiroghly Itlpp..ited in~ ill
Woirk. Ini connec'tiont withi it - is a1ind'ery.
rTe Sothernt Itiadiit is devoieid ti the main
etttnce of te rights. hontor anmd interests -mf the
southt utnder the Cionstit t ion. Wh Iile it is i lling
i suistini the Demitcra'ti in arty whlene ver its ,iurse
hail i'ommitandl applroal by its justice, it yet tmore
niidetly'tk andl diisi tictly relies uponl~ thte ;pde/
f the South : awil as thte best ptrepauratitn foir thle
nts whichb~ is even tiuw ttpot tus, it will zeailous
y labor tu ecftet iuntio ud co-opierat ittn tmontgst
it the manat~gemecnt of this jouirtnal, the early
iroduet ion ol' every icltass tif news frota all p1a rts of
he worldl, the lessons tof virtue a l Iira lity, the
iterests of ciednIittin, agreilittre, eti intierre. and
nanunfatclures.-will bIe kept piroimient ly itt view,
Ln no etfort will .e sipa rel ti tiek it, int all res
,ets, alt nmeeptable lire-side visi tir.
D TCK CIIEATiIIAM will standi the SPRING
SEASON ofl 1861, att Edlgefieldl C. HI., otn
lodys, Tuesdatys, Wedesdays and Thursdatys,
ud tit lartmon Galhunan's, six mtiles Etast of the
~uurt llonse. the reumainder of the week, at
twenty- live lollamrs the Season, with the privilege
f seniding tity mitre nomt proving in foul the next
~insomn, free of charge.
DICK CIIEA TIA M is a black hoirse six years
d this Spring. abottt sixteen handls hight. Ile
hows fur htims *tf.
lHe was sireid biy lImp. Albion, first damt by Imp.
~eviatbunI, '!d d:tn biy Pacolet, 3d1 dam~t by Top.
~llaut. 41lth dam by Lamplighter, 5tht dtatm by lll's
mpl. Uionit, &c. Pateolet was bty Imp. Citizen;
Lipgalltint by Glallatini. lIe by Imp. Bediford;
DICK CIIEATIIAM wtts a gold race bturse.
lhse idesiring to breeid friimt bim tintdtii het setnd enrly
n the Seasmit whtich ctentees Ist Matrch anid
ns I0th Jttne.
ie will lbe fttund whlile at thte Coutrt 1[imuse, at
Ir. T.1. J. Wh'Ititaiker's Stabile, whio wrill take goomd
ire tif MaIres ait $15 p er montth, but not be liable
uli uccidentts etenapes.
THIOS. G. BACON.
Mar I, 15(11. tf 10
J )LLED before tme by Mr. Wmt. Kimbtrel, liv
ing ttt Bauth Pauper Mills, tt hayi Mare M ULE,
ge tunknown,-no patrticutlar maitrks, with the ex
eption thatt otte of her fore knees is rather large.
tpplraised tat $10.I75. The owner is reqitestedl tit
ike ter taway, otherwise si i trill lie detilt twitht as
lhe law directs. Rt. L. GENTRY, ...nt.
BACON AND CORN!
JUI T riceivedI nnd for anle at the.If~ LOWES
MARtKETC PRICE FOlR CASHI,
100 JRhdis. CL1EAR SIDES:
501) lI1BED) SID'ES;
1t) " SIOUILDERS;
S - PLAIN llAMS:
10 "' SlIGARL CUIED) HIAMS:
5 Casks HR ~EA KFAST BACON.
ZWA Full1 Supply twill lie kepit thtr S eh the
cin-on. N. E. HlOWERIS, Agt.
Bowles & Hughes,
SESPECTFU; l.LY informi te citizens of Edge
tield, antI all whmiot it mnay concern, thtat tey
ne prepatred ntt thteir well-known sttund, 110 WLES'
'lake Wlagonls of every size and~ style
Havini nt Iinte sutpply of the best I tnhter, their
'irk witl bec fond n< good :;s thle best. In the
ty of' encouragintg homtie inustry, anid for your
wn benefit, give us a trial.
ArZ t f 13
C. W. &. J. B. HODGES,
Successors to Drs. Teague,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
EG leave to call the attention of the citizens
of Edgeflield to their complete Stocks of
2: EEX ft G3ENNNE
PAINTS, BRYi AD IN OlL
Boiled and Raw,
Machine Oil, Train Oil,
Just 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 INVIGORATOR, one of
best Liver Medicines ever discovered;
HIostetter's celebrated Stomach BITTERS, sure
cure for Dispepsia;
Wbitcombs Athma REMEDY, certain relief in
Kennedy's Medical DISCOVERY;
Kennedy's Salt Rheum OINTMENT for cure o
Scrofula or any kind of eruption;
ieceman & Co's Elixer of Calisaya Bark for
cure of Chills and Fever;
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer APERIENT;
Clark's Female PILLS;
Marchises' Uterine CATIIOLICON:
PIILOTOKEN or Female's FRIEND;
Pure COD LIVER, oil Jelly and a morepleasan
form to take ;
Brvan's Pulmonic WAFERS which affords re
lief in ten minute.
Just received and for sale at
C. W. & J. B. hODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42.
FOR THE HAIR.
leimstreet Inimitable HAIR RESTORATIVE
Mrs. S. A. Alien's World's Hair RESTORIR
and Hair DRESSING :
Phalon's Improved Magic Hair DYE;
Phalon's COCINE, POMADE and Hair OIL, al
excellent for giving the Hair a lively and gloss;
The Ladies are solicited to give the above as
sortucnt an examination.
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42
OF ALL QUALITIES AND SIZES.
Tooth, Nail and Shaving BR USHIES;
Hist. Cloth and Fleshm BRUSIHES:
India Rubber, Coarse and Lonig COMBS, a fini
Fine COMBS, &c. Apply at the Driug Store o
C. W. & J. 11. HODGES.
Oct 19 ttf 42
Extracts for Cooking Purposer
1'Pine A pple,
Cox's Sparkling Gelattine,
Mnee, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Couper's Shred Isinglass,
The above with everything usually kept in the
Drug line, for sale low at
C. W. & J. B. HODG ES.
FORl CIllLDltEN TEETHING.
For sale by C. W. & J. B. H ODGES.
Silver (010ss and Diamond Starch,
A large inv,,ice of the ab~ove superior ST ARCH
put up) in various sized packages, just at hand, ani)
will be sold at very low rates, especially to dealer:
at C. 11- .t J- 1. HODGES.
Ot. 1, 1869 rf 3
Fine and Cheap Family Soaps.
A large supply of really good and very chcaI
Family SOA PS, just opened at
C. W. & J. B. H ODG ES.
Oct. 1,1860 tf 39
A large lot of superior quality, receivedl by latt
arrivals, at C. W- A 3. B. HODGES.
Oct. 1, 18t60. tf 39
PURE KEROSENE OIL,
OF superior quality, and colorless, for sale at
C. W. & 3. B. HODGES.
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 39
SEGARS AND TOBACCO.
Just received1 an assortment of as fine SEGAIRS
as were ever brought to this Town.
Also, a choice lot of Chewing TOBACO0.
For sale by C. W. & J. B. JIODUES.
Oct 1 tf 3
500 Lbs. Blue Stone,
-For soaking Wheat, for sale at
C. W. & J. B. IlODGES.
Oct. 1, 1860 tf 3
Whtcomb's Asthma Remedy,
A certain cure for Asthma, for sale at
C. W. & J1. B. HODG ES.
n t 1.1860 tf 89
H 0 R A, W
Wholesale and :
UNDER TIIE SOUTH
Fine Black. Blue aid Olive Froek :n
Hlu iness COATS. o' all Descriptiol
CASSIMEllE oUITS, Coats, Plants
Fine Blck Cassimere PANTS;
Plain. PIid, Striped rol other Fanc
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin, I!
Every Style of Goods
We keep always on hand
!li.irt e, Dr
Merino SHIRTS and DRAWERS, S
STOCKS. COLLARS, Half
ROBES de CIIA
All of Which will be sold
Our Manufatcturing Departme
Of the greatest variety of French, Eng
excellent cutters, we make up to order
shortest notice. Our Stock of
QUICK SALES AND SHORT P1
A Deduction of 10 Per
A ugusta, April 10
CA R F
ENGLISH ROYAL VELrET, BRLS
4C L 3L.
IN NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
D1AMASKS OF ALL K[NDS, I
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL
The largest Stock ever offerei
IMPORTERS AND DEAL
Augusta, Sept 18
J. E. MUNGER,
Successor to E. Tweedy,
IAS now in Stuore a large Stock osf FIN
GOLD antd SILVER
01' celebrated mnakers. Also, a Rich variety o:
etofCORAL, CAMEO ansd LAVA in Etrus.
DI30D.RUBY and GARNET in Pinse
flingsa sand Ornamiensts.
A great variet3 of GOLD FINGER RINGS
llliEASTPINS, 'EAR R ING h. Watch KEYS
ClAlRMS, Neck, Yest and Fish CIIA INS:
U. S. Mint Standard of $olid Silver SPOONS
ansd FORKS. fancy Se'ts;
L A DLES, (GOBL ETS. CU PS, T IIIMBLES, A e
IFANCY ti00DS in greaLt variety suitable foi
Fine Silver Plated CAST01i8, CAKE B3AS.
CANDLE STICKS, Dssnhie PlIatesd SPO0Ni
and F0OItKS, BUTTER KNIVES, &c.
Cheap Pockect KNIV E'S far lUoys, andi a large as
surtmnent of' F INl P'EN andl POCI(ET CU:TLE.
RY, which c'annoit be under*edd; also DIR1K antil
BOWIE K NIVES.
Colt's, Remmningtsmn and Ally c's it EPEATE1t S
Single Unrrel PISTOLS:
1IE LTS CAl PS Ae., in fine variety.
My atsSOrtmen't is caomplelte in Gobal. Silver and
Steel Fraines. And I can suit any sight and pro.
lsung good vision to old 'age.
I have a greater variety andi a larger numbaler
than the whoule market run shaow, and at paricem
frisum 61,atu to $au0 each, warranted perfect, time
Lamps and Kerosene Oil,
CLOCKS, WATCHES sand MUSICAL UONES
faithafully' repaired at the lowe~et rates and war
JTan. I ly I
Tile Greatest Medical Discovery of
MB. K ENNEDY. of Roaxbury. has discover
ed in one of' our common pasture
-weeds a remnedy that cures
Fr*oms fthe rurnl't .rfulia dona1. to a Comm,,ona
pf'For Kennedy's Treatment o isens of
the Skin, which are foir gratuitouscet culadon, ap.
ply to C. W. & J. DI. I101DG. P.S.
Marf, tf 9
For the New Year !
T1lIE Subscriber 'announces to his hnuumeraus
cjtusatomenrs, that he hats J U ST R EP LEN ISH1.
ED) his Stock with many new and desirablu
Goods- Suited to the Season,
which maake)st tisek very c'ompilete and readly
for the opjeninug sof the New Year's trade, which
will he sold on resasonabhle terms to punctual ens.
A very liberal discount will be made on cash
ggGroceries sold for cash oiy.
E. PENN, Agent.
Jan 2 tf 52
l\ ot i oe I
HTI VING bought ont the Stock on hand 61
11WITT &t RUDSON, I will cisntinuc the
FURNITURIDI A N D UNDERTAKING
At the oild stand between John Colgan and E.
Penn, Agent, and will try and please all who may
favor me with their patronage.
J. M. W IT T.
Aug 22 tf :33
BU BIAL OA.SES..
J UST received ns full nsasrtnment ouf META LIC
11:1R I A L~ CASES. all sizes, which will boa sold
LOW FOR CASII. I huy' for Cashl, andI will bse
necessarily csnmpelled us, sell isn thse 5:unel terms.
Thirty days is the lonuge's s'redit tsat will he' given.
Alan. on hand MAIIoti \NY' iTFIIN$ ait An
gusta prcs Ca'in nan WO(1D i0's 11N$ wuade
Ito suit the order, hisuh :s:aliuy and u-ri.-e.
Aug. 2, 180 J. M. WITT.
-ISE &C O.,
Retail Dealers in
ERN STATES HOTEL,
d Dress COATS:
s and Colors:
md Vests to suit;
y Cassimere PANTS;
:trathea, and other styles of VESTS;
for Gentlemen's Wear !
a very large Stock of fine
SPENDERS, GLOVES, Neck TIES,
HOSE, Travelling SHAWLS,
MBRE, &c., &c.,
it the Lowest Market Price.
it is ahvays well supplied with
ES, AND VESTINGS,
ish and German Manufactures. Having
in the most approved styles, and at the
ING EVERY GRADE AND STYLE.
tOFITS WILL BE OUR MOTTO.
rent to Cash Purchasers.
sEtS, THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN
[ATTERNS, JUST RECEIVED.
ACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS
Loops, Tassels, &c.
CLOTHS, MATS, MATTINGS,
1, for sale by
BAILIE & BRO.,
RS, 205 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
A. J. PELLETIER,
If you want a bill of DRUGS
f youwnn GOD QUALITY
Large or small the quantity
if A RGAINS and-low prices suit you,
(G0 to Pelletier and trade ;
(Go to Pelletier and upend your mnoney fo
just the thing you want.
If you want the beuet DR UQ S and MEDICINES
GJo to Pelletier's Drug Store.
If you want SPICES. PLAVOURING EX
TrEACTS, (JELATINE, CREA31 TARTAR
or SOD)A, GJo to Pelletier.
If you want FRESH GAllDEN SEEDS,
If you wanut cheap SOA P'S andl good SOAPS,
* 1'Pelletter's is the pilae.
If you want the best and mn st p..pular PATENT
.MEDICINES of the eday,
Go to Pelletier's Drug Store.
If you watnt PERFUMERY, HAIR OIL, P0.
M AT UMS. litair BR USH ES, Tooth BJRUSII
ES, CoSMETICS, LOTIONS, COLOGNES,
ande FAtNCY ARTICLES.
GJo to Pelletier.
Ifyou want LARD OIL, LAMP OIL, LINSEED
Olb, TANNER'S oIL, MACllINE OIL, CAS
TOlR OIL, PAINTS. VARNISH. PAINT
URIlt'SIIES, DYE STU'FFS, WINDOW GLASS,
SAl L SODA, P'OTASII, CONCENTRT ED LYE,
Ut'RINING FI.UID. ALCOIOL.MORPIIINE,
OPIUM. G t'MI CA M PHIOlR, EP'::. SA LTS, and
the numberless list of articles generally kept
Go to A. J. P'ELLETIERI,
Ilimbuhirg, Feb 27 3m S
Light for the Sufifering Million!
.TOY TO THE WORLD.
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION, AND ALL MANNER OF
LUNG DISEASES, SHORTNESS OF BREATH,
DYSPEPSIA, DYSENTERY, &C,
THlE MOST P'LEASANT DRINK IN THE
WORLDI-OME BOTTLE SHIOCLD) BE
CAlRIED UY EVElRY MAN. WOMAN
OR ClifLD. TRAVELING IN ANY
COUNTRY, TO MIX WITH
THEiR WATER FORL DRINK.
D)ItCTtuo. rout TAKtNG.--A Wiuc Glass full
chreu timoes a da~y, or oftener, if necessary.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle.
Adldress, R. L. GENTRY,
Hamburg, S. C.
RucKi CnEEK, Edigetield District, 1
February 17, 1861. j
Mn. Ri. L. G aIY ;-I have tried Dr. Martin's
Great Remedy for Dysentery on one of mxy chil
dren, which resultedl in a peurfect eure in thrue
days. The child hadl not been well for more then
a month bef'oro she took the medicine. Every
faily should keepi it. Yours, &c.
JAS. T. OUZTS.
gg?'For sale by Capt. E. M. P ENN, Edacield,
S. C., and at m:y Storos No. 1 nd No. 2. in H1am.
burg, S. C. No. 1 on Centre Steet, Dr. Creigh
ton's old stand., and No. 2, on River Street, niext
door to Messrs. Padlgelt & Crafton's Store, and
opposite Hammctondl & Lark's Store. None genu
inme unless Dr. Martin's Cough Remedy tend R. L.
Gentry, Agent, Hamburg, S. C., is blown in the
bottle on three sides. Manufnetured biy myself.
Six Bottles for $5, cnsh.
Hlambrzrg, S. C., Mar 12 tf 10
LOOK AT THIS!
IHAVE just received on Consignment a fine
Ilot of BACON, (Clear and Ribbed Sides and
I am also constantly receiving PICKELED
FISH of all kinds-Mnekerel, Trout, Blue and
All the above will be solil low for cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Feb 11, 1861. tf 6
lIHE uindersignedl would respect fully inform
Ithe eitizens of Edgefold, that he hats left his
business with Mr. Lewis .lones, whlo will receive
tnd fo.rwsrdl to Charleston any orders for IRON
RAIL.INGS, MONUMENTS, BOX TOMBS,
SL AlUS, Ae'., which will receive attenion.
1e woutld also s:nte that piersons enn paty naiy
dematndis to' Mr. .!ones in moy favor hnvig nlp.
pointedl him my A gent to receive tem.
1:.1.a..1fie C. ..a 11, 1e61. o tmoa
MUSIC, &C., &c.
1HE subscriber, after returning thanks to the,r
friends in Edgefield and a4joining 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
A Co., Haselton Bros., and A. H. Gale A Co., New
fork, 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
atrength, durability and finish, together with power,
-euth, sweetness and softness 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 inferior makers, where they have no
:hoice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
rerior Instruments, than fine ones of superior
makers ca n be bought for.
Every Pian Forte sold by us is warranted In
:very respect, so the purchaser runs no risk what
'ver. Persons ordering from a distance from us
can depend upon getting a 09A ARTICLE, as
po make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
and such as we can recommend and warrant in
.very respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all
'sew pieces as they are published.
GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS
,f the the best quality always on hand. They
.vould also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
.nd other articles.' Also, always on hand the larg
est assortment in the State, of
GU1ITARS, 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 & BROTHER,
BROAD-ST., Augusta, Ga.,
[Between United States and Globe Hotels.]
April 7, 1859, tf 13
State of South Carolina,
IN COI.lMON PLEAS.
IIEREAS, an inquest of Escheat bath been
returned to this office, whereby, it appears
that Charles McGregor, late of Edgefield Dis-'
-riet, who was born in Dunbarton, Scotland, sad
lied on the twenty-first day of May, in the year
,f our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty
seven, was seized and possessed at the time of hi!
loath, of a Lot of Land, containing one-hal
'acre, more or less, situate, lying and being in the
:orporate limits of Edgefield Village, bounded on
:he North by a Lot owned by Rev. P. N. Lynch,
)n the East by Lots owned by Thomas P. Magrath
t d George W. Landrum, and the Public Street
:eading from the Court House to Pottersville, on
the South by a Lot owned by James A. Dozier.
.md on the West by a public street immediately in
rite 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
-lisposition thereof, and without leaving any per
jon who can legally claim the same. Now in
pursuance of the directions of the Act of Assem
bly, in such case made and provided, the Heirs of
the said Charles McGregor. or others claiming
under him if any there be, are hereby required to
o ppear and make claim within eighteen months
from the date hereof.
Witness my hand at Edgefield Court House, this
fc.urth day of April, A. D. 1860.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
April 11, 1860 tf 14
State of South Carolina,
W'ilsont Aburiy, IAECcountI andI it. /;..
Rac.hel L. Shuler, et al.J
[T~ appearing to my satisfacetion that the Det*.
Sdanit Eli Vasser is abs~ent from and resides lie.
y'end the limits of this State. On motion by Air.
A ussy, Comnph.inant's Solicitor, It is ordered that
lie said ab~sent dletendat, do appear and plenii,
answer or demur to, this Bill, within three tuoonths
tf'om the iblication hereof, or judgmnent will be
re,:dered aagnine b, himy.. eeanur. --
Z. W1. CARWIL E,cmr..
Comnm'rs Office, May 9, at 19
State of South Carolina,
Abtey Mobley and }
Le wis Mobley,
en fill /f.r Accounat, In,
Simneon Jay, jucinudVi ~f
Jesse Jay and jaiti ,, : .
Joseph Jay, Ex'ors. fJ
I[T V ppeatrinig to my satisfaetion that the Defa.tn
Idant Simseon Jay resides b~eyonmd the litnis of
this State, Otn motion by W. W. Adanas, Counp.
.Soli-itur, Orderedl that the sais!:1.,et.t Ier..fidmi
.lu :i.ear atad pleadl, nr.sw'.er er denmiur i.~ .Li. l;!1
w'ithiz. ,orec mtuthi, tromt the pubilient aion b, ra -t,
"r in default thereof, judgemetnt will be reiader al
piainst him pr.o confi.ae-.
Z. W. CAFRWILE, c.t:.r.t'.
Co:an'r' 00icc, A pril 22, i86t3mi
State of South Carolina,
I5 CO0.II05 PLEAS.
Hudson & Coghurn, for the
use of L. Rt. Coghaurn,
James M.f hlud.'an. J
T l E Phduitilfs in the above statcd ease, having
this ay filed their Declaration in nmy Ofie,
anal the Defendant having neither wife. nar Atta'r
ney known to reside within the limits o.f this
State, on whatu copies of said Deelaratio~n with
rules to pilead can hec served, On muotion of J. I.
Add'ILson, Phlniff's Attorney, Ordered that thu
satid Defendant appear and plead to said Declara
tion within a year and a day from the date hereof,
or final and absolute 'judgmnent will be given
S. HA R RISON, e~cJr
Clerk's 08iec, June 10, 1861l. Iyyg 2
State of South Carolina,
ruli Bill of Reriror,b et.
Alfred H~atcber, and to make Thit.
J h atcher, et ni.
gTi appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
IL danat John Carpenter is absent from and re
sie becyond the limits of this State, On motion
.Mr. Wright, Comuplainmant's Solicitor, It is order
Ld that the .said Defendant do appear withitn three
mtonths fromn the publication hereof, and plead,
answer or demur to this bill, or judgment will be
rendered against him p.ro confebao.
Z. W1. CA RWILE, c.a...
Comim'rs. Office, June 20, 186I. mf
State of South Carolina,
IN 0.O.ION1P LE A S.
TITLLMAN S. JiUDISON, who is in the custody
of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of a writ of Copias ad Xatinfueuendumi, at the suit
of Luther Roll, having fleid in my office, together
with a Schedule, on oath, of his estate and elect,
bl. petition to the Court of Common Please, pray
ing that he may be adiutted to the benefit of the
Acts of the General Assembly made for the relief
oft insolvent debtors. It is ordered, That the said
Luther Roll, and all other the creditors to whosa
rIhe said Tiltman S. Hudson is in anywise indebte,,
he, and they are hereby summond, and have no
tiee to appear, before the said Court at Edgefield
Court house, on the seventh day of October next,
to show cause, if any they cnn, why the prayer of
the petition aforesaid, should not h~e granted.
S. H AR RISON, e.c.r.
Clerk's Office. June 1ith 1861. 3m 26.
State of South Carolina,
J5 00O.110IO 'L E AS.
JC. BROOKS, who is in custody of the Sheriff
q * of Edgefild District, by virtue of a writ of
Capias ad Satiqeaedu at the suit of Ilasamnond
A L:rrk, having tiled in my office, together with a
Schedule, on oath, of his estate and elects, his
petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying
to be admitted to the benefit of tbe Acts of the
General Assembhly made for the relief of itnsolven.t
debtors. It is ordered, That the snad Hanand
& Lark and all the creditors to whom the said J.
C. Brouks is in anywise indebted lie, and they are
hereby summoned, and have notice to apptear, be
fore the said Cottrt at Edgefieldl Court House, otn
the seventh day of October next to show cause, if
atny they can, why the prayer of the petition afore
said, should not be granted.
S. H AR RISON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, Juene 27th 1861. :'nm 2tt.
Fine Family Flour-New Wheat.
J UST received a lot of CHOICE FLOUR from
New Wheat. Apply soon. B. C. BRYAN.