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:ux~~ t:: p litt t.; c : the arll.
answer for a small vintage--a fimecet is
put atL about 8 to 12 inches from the but.
tomn, usually a bunch of cuttings is placed
in the interior, to keep it free from the
seeds, etc., in drawing off) leaving a space
5 or G inches between the must and the
lid, which is well fast'ned, and has also a
Svalve tar the evipirlting of thne gas ; this
may :l) be arr:anged willi a yph'ii as
ini t:h' maiidalll~tiol (f ,lhe white winie
tlaa- 11-i t" wvhich s yjiun ltust re.t in v:t
n~.in at few lomruls afa-,r the mru t hias
in-enal put. i:to the- vat the liquid will coim
linenee to ferment, the gas wsill be throw i
oi- i:1 large: quantities. and bring upon the
surfae tilhe sterns, hulls and seeds, which
trm. what the French term chapeau.
(lira.) This mlass is ('te'n Very calsis
tein : as soon as the chapeau shows signs
of going to pieces is the time to draw off
the wine fromt the vat ; the residuum is
then pressed, and generally makes a wine
:em ,,!aiing mouch ta~unin, and nuta deii
c,ate :t. il.- wine first drawn. This latter
cini i, k;."t beparate, or mixed with the
w i r wine as desired. As ona the
wine is d!rawn in clean ea-ks, put. the bung
in lightly tur a few days, thet Lung it
tight. .1 still easier tethond is to put a
'd lte llttoil ini the femalentilng vat, and
whi~ch is madte fromn well-seasoned wood,
and holes bored all over ; this t'lse bot
:am i4 put upon the hulls to prevent their
ri-i:,,"; its posithin must bie regulated by
the amunt of pJ)lace in the vat, and kept
,teal v stieke. The vait is covered as
it cr bh ta tight hea.I andypihVao,and the
p: ri.a l of drawing il' the w ine is vi.ible
-' la: i he fermueltaition ea es. In, gelnertl
t f.. runl ntatiin will last from 8 to 12
d . This melathod is ipplicitable to all
h cola ured grapes of the Wsti-alis or
Sunun er Grape I15pa, such as Lenoir, Clit
! i H, .lujih a. i etc.
The clar .lhoalll b irv and t'f in
-v aen t en:itratlre o'f abouiit 50 to ut0 dI
.:i\tert the yolll red wine i put into
ate ee!ar it will undergo a light ten
ott;; ; til. ea--ks have t i be lilled ocea
iodik :'.! kep:t. full to the bung, As
-n l dit l hnaa it n a t the sugar and (thel'r
j':ist ite-lts at the Wine has taken place,
b. ulndis,eld mal ter witl sele ae tell
.onom 11, and is ea!!ed Pe-. Whe-n the
* ie . w ' <p(l'0 4iet and ?I-t led, it i" tim tel
: dnaw it a'lIin cll ea ea-ks.
aa the aove retarks I have endeav
ur~edl to coinpre1ss thllne mtanking to
.,:nail c as:l:,;i:lu l I bV which it will le
rt -: that it is ihr le ias crjplicatel than1
presumed. In 'tcnuio'n I will give thi
di lferent grades of wine obtained fromt our
Varitaies belonging to the Vitis La
israsra, or Fox Grape
C:a:aw ba-A light coloured hock, fit'n
,-l i 1 0it ll the Ccllratedl talhiile wines.
.D)i:mia -Also a li_'ht co+loured wine.
tnieh more delicate than Catawba.
I 'elaware---From mtll experirnents,
vi eld..s a wine of tli Msliscatel class, re
:n:arkaiiy rieh. and very often makls it
beautiful sparkling wine.
I-abella--Makes a wine of a pale red
" clur if flermlenlted un il the juice, and i
darker wine (if a claret order if fernented.
uipon the hulls.
flar; fIrd l'rodlie andi' Concord-A dlark,
hars ine.~i~ Those varieties are not well
Varieties belonginlg to Vi i~e tcall
alr Sununtaer Grape:
Cintoni-M[akes a high bodied wineC 0
he (Chiret (arder. Tis variet y is daestined
to:~; bereied upamas our red wine giap(
JIacqe'IS-Gives a very dark winle (a
the largudy oder;its juice canb
mnanupilalted as foar white wines, there be
ing a large amount of colouring matter ir
Lenoir with Clinton-WVill give a deli,
cate Claret or a Port,
Warren-Makes a wino of the Madeit
Pauli~nnsmcwhat sitmilar to the above
Taivlor or 1ulict-A whlte vuariety o
the CL'intont, aindi dIoubtless will soon b)
.iur stanatrd white winec varictv.
The sucoppernong-.A variety of Fili
Co1rdi, y'ields a wine of the M~useai
order,0 b)ut utinitutnateiy, sugar and alci
hol is too generally added and thereby
,oaud w ile is spoileid
ifan other varieties of'our nativ
Saratpes will sooni be experimientted uipr
a s to wine-inaking qualities, but with th
abv list we canl obtain alnost all th
classes and colaurs of wines that are itm
ported inI this counitry.
j Fruitand. P. J. B.
Sens. CrRE FoR DYSENTE.RY.-TakC
-Inew churned bntter, befobre it is washel
.or salted ; elarify over the fire, antl
skimu oaf all the mijlky paarticles ; add one
rfourthi brandy to preserve it, anld loaf su
,garn to sweeten it. Let the patient (if a
.adult) rike two tablespoonfuls twie a day
.Tile above is a sure cure.
Eva WATm.-Take of sulphate of Zin<
'tell grains, sugar of leead twenlty grains
-raise water onle pinft ; dissolve each sepai
ratel y and mix. Turn off the clear liquo
To PREv~txr WVo'NDs FROM MoRLTIFY
r No.-Spinikle su~gar on thenm. The Turk
wash tresh wounds(1 with w ine,amnd sprinkhI
sugar on thlem. Obstinate ulcers may b)
euelitua lissove in a stront
]Fae.oN, on R uN-RoUN.-If a felon o1
runt-rounld appears to be comning (n th
linger, you can do nothing better than ta
soaak the finger thoroaughily in hot Iey. II
will hie paintl, but it wilf cure a disordei
much moreia~ painlf il.
C'enta FOn TwE EAI-nen.-Cotton w1~o
we.t with swveet aoil and paregorie, relievei
t he ear-ache very sooni
Cur RJb:soEv.-Equal parts of cam.
phio r, spirits ot wineC anmd hartshorti, well
ixed andt rube ual'altponl the throat, is said
ta) be guood foar the eroupa.
To.a -roC C.aersr.-Cather a peck cf to
matoesa, pick out thle stemns and wash
them:gi put them'i onl the fire without water,
srwikle a.n a few spoonfetls of salt, let
hemit baoil steiaddy an lhonur, stirring theni
f reaquaeit!y ; strain thlrouigh a colatnder,
aid t hen thrmoughl a sere ; puit thle Iliquidl
.an the f'ar.' with halfW a pint of cho1 ped
aonioias hlf E a quartear of an1 otnnee o f imae
baraoka intao siiailtlpiece(s, and if noat salli
eiant ly sat t waid a little riiore ; one tablc
1 nth aaifai a whaole bilack a(pepe ; boil all
iage'lier until lust enouatgh to lill two bot.
ties; cork it tight. Make it in August,
P'lEE XINEGA.i.-Get onle daiZenl pods
of peipper whenh ripe, take out the stemns,
anald et t hem in two ; put them in a ket
the with threptso vingar b oil it
awayi to oine qua~rt, and strain it through
a ,'eive. A little af this is excellet in
grasy o f every kind. and gives a flavor
grealy sutperirm to hhw~ik pepper; it is ail
s.a val y line whlen adaded to eatch (af the
var ilus eaitsupijs fh r fishI sauce.
I l:E mi ITr. n Wlrrn ONros.-TLeaves
ar parsiy, -a with vinegar, will pe
To Dr HTERns.-Gnther them on a
dry d.y, just before they begin to blos
som ; brush off the dust, cutthem in small
branches and dry them quickly in a mod
erate oven; pick off the leaves when dry,
pound and sift them,' bottle them imme
diately and cork them closely. They
must be kept in a dry pilce.
To Por Br':I:T Funt WINTEl.--fie
nmiua nie hod is to pack it in stone jars
Willi all.eriiate hi vers of silt t alt obuttsvr,
ha inr salt at the hotton of the jar and It
layer salt at the tap ; rock salt is the
bet.' The following is said to be a supe
rior mode of keeping butter sweet; Mix
i large spoonful of powdered white sugar,
one of saltpetre, and one of salt; work
this quantity into every six pounds of
f'resh made butter ; put it in a stone p0t
that is thoroughly cleansed, having a thick
i:yer of salt ol top.
OIL PASTE lLAcIclO.-Tuke oil.of vit
riol two Ounees, tanners' toil five dunces,
ivory hack one puinid, m1olasses five Ontli
ecs; inix this oil and vitriol togeihr and
let it stind a day, and then add the ivory
black aid-iolasses and the white of an
egg and stir it, well together to a thick
paste. This is a superior blacking, wil
not injure the leather, and gives universid
WATER Pitoor roi& L3A.iTIIER.-Takc
linseed oUil one pint, yelluw wax and white
turpentine, each two ounces, bitrgridy
pitch one ouance; melt and color with
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p~r Southi Curstina Bank Bills taken in paj
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r PUB1L[IHED)1DA fLY AND1 TRI-WEEKLJY,
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NEW enel POJIAICf4 4INTELL!GE~NCJ
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* Rotces, bitorer aidi cintillve nyS, intl Mi
cellaneous Peletiotii, fegularly make..their a)
9 pearance in its eniumns.
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Columbhi:. July 18611. if 29
STHE SOUTHERN DUARDIAlD
A Political and News Journal,
PUBLISHED AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
Daily, Tri-Weekly and Wecekly<
BY 0. P. PELHAM,
T ER MS.-DALY, $d1; Tflt-WaEEK1., $4 ; WB
L~v, $2, a year. Payment invariably
H iIS JOU RNA L, now entering upon its thi
- year under the present proparietor, is rapidi
.extending its circulation and influence. Found,
and conducted upon the principles of State Right
it enjoys the reward of public confidence and o
-lightened approval. Entirely indiependen t, in
management, it has stood with unwavering con
dlonee, anid soundners, Integrity an J. consisten
uf its principles'. Turough evil rep->rt ias we.1l
throughieood,. its voice has been hecardt in defen
" of the EQUAILY of the Suinth: its elouns,
-have ever bcen anid are fur RESISTANCE to I:
r wrongs attempted to be putt uonJt us by a sectio
The SOUTHIERN G UA RDIAN looks for so
.uport to the State and section whose rights, hon
and interests it has faithfully espoused utd minn
Columbia, July 1861. tr 29
COOSISTING IN PART OF
COD1 LIVER OIL,
BALSAM WVILD) CIKIRRY,
All of' which will be sold attmoderate prices
A. J. PELE'TIER.
Hlamiburg, July 5, tf 27
H AYXING been thrown out of emptliiyment b
the hardlnessa,? the times, andi wishing I
asuppoart mayself undti fiamily by~ tuy labour, I hav
secured Mr. ibiode's Brick Shop where I propos
to ito alt kinds of BLACl'SM[TH ING, piarticti
turly repairing Uuggies and Carranges, (in Iron
with Plantation work, Horse Shicing, &c. *A
Iwork birouight to the Nhop will bie promuptly'ai
June lI if 23
U1TREC'ElVED 25 BARRELS A No
~I FI.OUR -in U),rrels, Half and Quarte,
iack,,, which wilt be sold LOWY FOR CASIt.
Maty 1If' 17
JUlST received1 FIFTY BAGS superior Sportin~
sHOTr, all Nos. Also, on hand a supply of
good POWDER, CAPS, &c.
5, 10 BOW~iB, Agt.
*Utmen.bu Det 16 f4
fllAH AD WINTElR STMi8, I6!
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS
Wholesale and Retail!
Geo. W. Ferry,
MASONIC HALL DUILDIN,
1244 Broad ?Street, Augusta, (a.,
H 1AS rcsived a large antd carefully selected
Stuck of Ucts Moleskin, Cassimere, Ameri
can and French Felt HATS.
Cloth, Plush, Silk Velvet'Glazed and Seamless
CAItS, now and elegant patterns ;
Youth's and Children HATS and CAPS, in
great variety of handsome styles.
Silk, Alpacca and Ginghams UMBRELLAS;
Heavy Plantation HATS for Negroes;
Fresh Goods received by every Steamer. Prices
as cheap is the cheapest.
Call and see.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 19, 1SO0 tf 36
Fall and Winter Styles !
HATS AND CAPS,
C. P. R iMSEM'S,
174 BROAD ST., OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL
AND) COLUMBIA, S. C.
I have on hand a
of new styles
HATS & CAPS,
PItESSLY for my
trade. My goods
are warranted for
John Woolley's Graniteville hIatse
1IHe is now manufecturing FUR HATS as
3 low as $1,50.
Tho public will find it to their interest to give
me a call at either place of business, as my Goods
will be offered at moderate prices.
C. r. REIISEN.
Augusta, Sept 25 tf 33
I. S. MAIL LINE
3FOR FLORIDA .
f - -
s INLAND TO ST. JOHN'S RIVER?
The Elegant Steamer
r ILL LEAVE SAVANNAH every Tuesday
W and Saturday at :1 o'clock, P. M., conneet
ing closely at Fernandina with the Steamer Ex
cel, for Pilatka and other Landings on the St.
- By this Route passengers for the St. John's
- River avoid the unpleasnntness of tell nutvide tra-,.
it el, as alio the dny.g.rs of the St. Joht n's liar.
n !P':ssage from Savannah to Pilatka, S5.00.
A. It. COLE:.
, Oct :31 tf 42
CAS. D. CAiR & CO.,
0O BROAD ST., CIIARLESTON, S. C.,
HAVE OPENED THEIR SPRING ASSORT
MENT OF (100D)S A DA PTEDU,
TO '.! ZYS' WIEA R.
Charleston, May 1li, 1860. ly 19
SLincoln's Blockade Beat!
SJ. L. MIMS,
AUGUSTA, GEORU IA,
H Sjust received from New Orleans, via
Charleston, a large Consignment. viz:
125 l1arrels Superior re-boiled MOL ASSES:
60 Barrels A. No.1I New Orleans SYRUP ;
150 JHhdq. New Orleans SUGA RS, comprising
the best qualities:
e.Also. CORN, MEAL, and PRODUCE GENE
RALLY, and last though not least, some FINE
GEORGIA WHISKEY, four years old-all of
which wilt bea sold on reasonabile terms.
d Augusta, May 13, 801 tr 20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Exacuv-rm DEPAn:ThI5.ST, .July 0, 18t11.J
~CCORDING to An Act of the Confederate
Cotsgre, entitled "An Act to put insto ope
Sration the Goevernmnent under the permanent Con
stitution of the Confederate States of Americe,"
it is required that eachs State shall vouo on the
6irst Wednesday in Nuvembler next, for Precsdett
and Vice P'resident of lthe Conufederaete Staties,
which officers are to b~e inauaguratod on the twenty
secennd oif Febsrunry next, and
WBER EAS the existing la w of the State pro.
vides that the Electo~rs fur Presidetnt and Vice
President. shall be ajpointed lay the Legislature,
atnd wherene, the Legislature of this State will not
be in regulttr session ut the time ptrescribedc by
the aforesaid Act, fur appointmtent of-Electors,
Therefore, h'e it known thast I, F. WV. PICK
ENS, Glovertnor in and over thse Statte of South
Carolina, bay virtue osf the power vested in me by
the Cosnstitution, nuthorizingthe Governor,n Otex.
traosrsditnary oscadonts, to convense the General As.
scmbly, dco issue this, my PROCL AMATION,
elhitng upon tad reqjuestittg the Senators and the
members ofi the llouse of Riepresenttetive, tes con
vene o nColtumbia en the tirst Mondncy in Nosvema.
ber next onrtting, thait they usty be pcresnt itn the
Ilouse of Rtepresentatetes otn the said tirst We'dnes
day in Nuovembher, t' appoint Electors of Presi
dont and Vic~e Presidetnt of theo Cosnfedteracto States
sf A mercen, in confoirtmity with the Act or the Csn
federate Conigreass fafcressuid.
As thce peranent Gosvernmnent is to lho orgL
- ized, ant electiona will be requairedl of two Senatosrs
frsom i s Slate. :asnd asls, itn sell psrshnhility, con
sidering thse pieculinr State oef the country, other
ittpoertant mtiseters will Ibe :zeted on at the satme
y sessicat asf the Legisheutere.
o Given under my head and the seul of the State
eusfsoreacnid,. at Coaclsmin. this the sixths dlay of
e July. in the year oif oucr Lord, one thousatnd
-eight hundred and sixty-sone, send itn the eighty
)sixth year sof thea Indep~jendence ref the State of
Southl Casrelina- F. W. PI[CK ENS,
IsA *.c II. SI:.uS Ssteretary oef Mta t.
Julhy 17, 186h. t I-am 25.
AL1L orders aeompaned by CASh will ret
ooi~svs proempt attention. All others tabcledl,
or indlefetnitely postponed.
S. E. IIOWE.RS, Agt.
Hamburg. Mayi 27 if 21
N'OTICE.--All pserssons indebted tu the Es.
tate oft Wzthlingtosn Wise, dec'd., are requtest
edl to come foirward and settle the eluiema against
them ; and all those having demtandes ngainst said
Estate, are alaso requested to present thtem proper
ly attested for pacymient.
H. A. SH1AWI
W. s, WISE. Aceting Ex'rs.
3. W. & J. B. HODGES,
Successors to Drs. Teague,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
BEG leave to call the attention of the citizens
of Edgelield to their complete Stocks of
wnmcn a armwo7r=
C HEM ICALS,
PNTS, 1)1Y AND IN OIL
Boiled and Raw,
Machine Oil, Train Oil,
Just received and for sale by
C. V..& J. 1. HODGES,
Wholesaleand Retail Druggists.
Edgefield, Oct19 tf 42
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINAMENT for cure
of old Sores, theumatism, &c.
Rudaway's Ready RELIEF;
Sanfurd's Liver [NVIGORATOt, one of
best Liver Medicines ever discovered;
HIstettcr's celebrated Stomach BITTERS, sure
cure fur Dispepsia;
Whitcombs Atheua REMEDY, certain relief in
short time ;
Kennedy's Medical DISCOVERY;
Kennedy's Salt Rheum OINTMENT for cure of
Scrofula or any kind of eruption;
lHeceman & Cu's Elixer of C:alissya Bark for
cure of Chi!ls and Fever:
Tarrant's Efervescent Seltzer APERIENT;
Clark's Female Pt l.LS:
Marchises' Uterine CAT HOLICON;
I'llILOTOlEN or Female's FitLIEND;
Pure COD LIVER, oil Jelly and a more pleasant
nW to take ;
Bryan's l'ulmonic WAFERS which affords re
lief in ten minutes.
Just received and for sale at
C. W. & J. B. HODGES.
Oct 19 tf 42.
FOR THE HAIR.
,HolnstreetInimitable HAIR RESTORATIVE;
Mrs. S. A. Alien's World's Hair RESTORER
and Hair DRESSING :
Phalon's Improved Magic Hair DYE;
Phalon's COCINE, POMADE and Hair OIL, all
excellent for giving the Iair a lively and glossy
The Lndies nre solicited to give the above as
sortmnent an exanoinatiun.
C. W. & J. B. hIODilES.
O't 19 tt .2
(mF ALL QI;ALITIlES AND SIZES.
Taoth, Nail nd Shaving BRUSH ES;
hut, Cluth nil Flesh UR USHES;
Tndia Rubber, Cuarse and Long COMES, a Gni
Fine COMBS, &e'. Apply at the Drug Store o
C. W. & J. Rl. ]IODtES.
Oct 19I tf 42
Extracts for Cooking Purposei
'' Pint, A pple,
Cot' Sparkling (Jelatinie,
Mate, Cininmon, Cloves,
Cooper's Shred 1singlas..
The abote with everytinig usually kept in thc
Drug line, for sale low' at
C. W. & J. B. HOD.OES.
Oct. 1, 1860) tf 3l9
FORl CIIILDRLEN TEETrIIING.
For sale bay C. W- ak J- 11- HODGES.
Siver Gloss and Diamond Starch.
A large invoice of the above superior STARCH,
put up ia various sized packages, just at baud, and
will lbe sold at very low rates, co'pecimully to dealers
at C. W. & J- B. HIODGES.
Oct. 1, 1S60 tf 3
Fine and Cheap Family Soaps.
A large supply of really good and very cheap
Family SOA PS, just opened at
C. W. & J1. B. H ODO ES.
Oct. 1, 1860 if 3
A large lot of superiaor quality, received by late
arrivals, at C. W. & J. 1B. 1HODG3ES.
Oct. 1, 1860l. t f
PURE KEROSENE OIL,
OF superior quality, and coloarlesa', four sale at
C. WV. .& J. h. IlODG ES.
Oct. 1, 1 S60 tf 3
SEGARS AND TOBACCO.
Just received1 an asuortmuent of as u SE( AIRS
as were ever brought to this Town.
Also, a choaice lot of Chewing TOBACC0.
For sale by C. WV. & J. B3 IlODtWES.
Ot t tf 3
500 Lbs. Blue Stone,
For soaking Wheat. for sale at
C. W. & .I. B. H[ODOET.
Oct. 1, 18610 - tf 3'9
Whitomfb's Asthma Remedy.
A certain cure for Asthmta, for sale at
Q. W. & J. B. HODGES.
0nc L 1860 Sf 39
Wholesale and R
ITNDER TIIE SOUTHEI
A. G- U S T A,
Fine B!ack, lie cand Olive Frock and
Business COATS, of all Descriptions i
CASSIMERE SUilTS. Co:as, Plants a
Fine Black Cassimere PANTS;
Plain, Plaid, Striped and other Fancy
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin, Bar
Every Style of Goods
Ve keep always on hand a
Merino SHIRTS and DRAWERS. SU
STOCKS, COLLARS, Half H
ROBES de CH Al
All of WThich will be sold at
Our Manufhturing Department
Of the greatest variety of French, Englis
-xcellent cutters, we nake up to order, i
shortest notice. Our Stock of
QUICK SALES AND SHORT PR(
A De:icion of 10 Pr fi
A.ugusta, April 10
ENGLTsUI ROYATL VETVET, BRUSS
IN NEW AND BEAUTIFUL P.
DAM ASKS OF ALL KINDS, L.
Cornices, Bands, I
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL 4
The largest Stock ever offered,
IMPORTERS AND DEALE
Augusta, Sept 18
J. B. 1MNGBR,
S~zccessor to E. Twiieedy,
As now~ in Store a large Stock of INE~
Lu0LD 1and 3I11.YERf
Of ceilbratad wmakers. Also,, a Rich variety of
2 22Jewvelry.LVAi zs
lii.\:3 RI'.Y and GARNET i ie
Ring? an.: I .crnnmll
A grell -:a.t i;0~L~I~FINGER RlINGs.
IIRtEAS!P'iNS. l'.A1R RINGS. Watch KEY:,
CHIAltNS, Neck, Vest and Fob CHAINS:
U. S. ~Mint Standa~rd of Solid Silver SPOONS
and FOR KS, fancy Set-;
LADLES,00OBLETS, CI'PS, TRIMBLES, &c.
pFANCY GOODS in great variety suitable for
Fino Si~ver Plated CASTORS, CAKE DAS
CANDLE STIC'KS, Douhi;e Plated SPOONS
andJ FORlK$, ilrTTEll K 1VEi, &c.
Cheap Pocket KNIU S for Bouys, andi a Iarge as
sortmient of FINE PE1N und P'OCICET CUTLE
RYX. w hiebi eannot b.: unzderauld ; also 1b11' E and
Colt'S, Remmingliiton andl Allen's REPEATERS
Single ]hirrel PjITOLS:
BELTS, CA P'S. &c., inl line variety.
My aiso.rtmnt~Lj .is enplete in Gold, Silver anfd
Steel Frnme'. And I canL aui any right andi lpro
lung good vision to old age.
I ha:ve a grater en riety .2nd' a larger numbear
than tihe whole imair!; tu e22 2ow, ani.l lt p~riees
Lamps and Kerosene Oil,
CLOCKS, WATCHES and MUCS1(AL BONES
faithfully repaired e.t the lowe't ratei and war
Jan. 1 ly1
Tlie Grea!cst Med~ical Discoycry ocI
ed in~n of o02" ur common22f i. asture
weed221 a remuedy tha t eures
pgFor Kvnney's Treatment on Diseases of
the Skin, whicht ;ae for gritrnitoi eirentation. alp
pl to;ir C. W. A .J. B. HIODIES.
For the New Year !
HIE Subscriber announces to hislnumerous~
El) his Stock with manily new and desirable
Goodls Suited to the Seasou,
~lWh iakes is Stock very complete anid ready
fo.r I he openling of the* Now Year's trade, whicb
will be solt 02n rea'.,nab~f termis to pt ual212 ens
A very liberal dlis.unt will be made on cash
g Groceries sold for cash only.
E. PENN, Agent.
Jan 2 tf 5.2
H AVING htought ont tihe Sluck on hand uf:
WITT ,t H I-DSON. I will contitnue the
FU1RNITU!RE A NDI UND)ERTAKING
At the (212 stinna bet ween JTohn Colgan and E.
Penn, Agent. nndtr will try and please all who may
favor mue with their patronage.
Aug 2 tfJ. M. WITT.
JUSTr receivedl a full nssortment of MET ALICj
1URIA L 'A SES. all rizes. which will he si I
LOW FOtR CASH1. 1 huyt for Cashl, atnd will bie
neesarily enmpi~elled to sell 'in the samei termts.1
Thirty d ays is the lonjze.-I erclit that will lbe given.|I
Also, on ha.nd MATIOtANY COFFINS al An
gusta. prices. Common. WOOD COFFTNS made
to suit the order, both in quality and price.
J. M. WITT.
1Aung. 9. 1280 tf$2
etail Dealers in
EN STATES HOTEL,
nd Vests to suit;
athea, and other styles of VESTS;
for Gentlemen's Wear !
very large Stock of fine
SPENDE11S, GLOVES, Neck TIES,
OSE, Travelling SHAWLS,
13RP E, &c., &c.,
the Lowest Market Price.
is always well supplied with
S, AND VESTINGS,
h and German Manufactures. Having
a the most approved styles, and at the
G EVER!Y GRADE AND STYLE.
)FITS WILL BE OUR MOTTO.
jtt to Cash Purchasers.
ELS, THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN
ATIERNS, JUST RECEIVED.
iCE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS
poops, Tassels, &c.
DLOTIIS, MATS, MATTINGS,
for sale by
BAILIE & BRO.,
S, 205 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
A. J. P ELLETIER,
Hamburg, S. C.
If you want a bill of DR UGS
If you wat G001) QUALrTY-.
If you uinnt VA RIETY
Larg er sall tlhe quantity
If B.R A N an o price.< .Nt you,
Gto :' 'e lletier ain d tr:iilu
Go to Pellier and spend your mioney Iu
just the thing you wat..
If you want the best D RUGS aind MEDICINES
Go toJ Pelletier's lDrug Store.
If you want SPICES, FLAVOURING EX.
TRACTS, GELATINE, CREAM TARTAII
or SODA, Go to Pelietier.
If you want FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
If you want ceep SOA PS and goom! SOAPS,
Pcelietere is the plae.
If y;ou wrant the beaet and! m'tst po.pular PA TEN'I
MEDICINES of the diay,
tin to Pelletier'% Drug Store.
If you want PElRPUMERY, HAIR OIL, PO0
MATU.itir lBlttUSHIES, Tooth B3RUSli
ES, t:Js.\lTC$. LOTIONS, COLOGNES.
nusd FANCY AlRTICLES.
Go to Pelietier.
If you want LA]R I) Oil.. LAMP OIL. LINSlEED
OIL, TANNER'S 01l6.3MACHINE OIL. CAS
TIOft tIlL, PAfNTS, VAIRNISlI, P.\iN'1
1U tSTI ES, DY E STru FF5. WI[NDOW t; l..SS.
SATL S)A. POdTASII. CONCENTItTE DL Y E.
OPIUM, G L'M CAMPIIO0R, El'S. SA LTS, a:a
thet uumbcrles-s list of articles generally kept
Go to L. J. PELLETTIR,
Hlamuburg, Feb 27 3m S
Ligiat for the Sufi'erinig Million!
JTOY TO 'mE WOTRLD.
ICURE FCR CONSUMPTION, AND ALL MANNER OF
LUNG DISEASES, SHORT ESS OF BREATH,
CYSPEPSIA, DYSE TERY, &C,
TilE MOST PLEA5.NT )RtINN IN THlE
WOIRIii0 E IUOTTL.- $lHO.ULDt HE
CA RI It. R1, UY EY E Y I.\N. w '.:O.N
ORL Ciiltli'.T'RA Y'Ei.sNG iN ANY
COl'NTRY. TOu MIX WITHl
TilEIR WATER F IR DRItNK.
Umt,:e-r~ossFJ rTAxis.- A Winie Glass full
three timeas a daoy, or artener, f ncessary.
Price, One Dollar per' Bottle.
Addreas, R. L. GENTRY,
HaIn burg, S5. C.
CER TIFIC .A&TE.
Febri ury 17, 1stil. J
Ma. R. L. GaNx-r:-I ha' e tried Dr. Martin's
Great Retnedy for Dy.<entery in one of' my chil
dren, wthich restdte-f ini n perfect cnre in three
davs. TIhe child h.-d no~t bee awell fo~r more than
a mtonith before she took tI e medicine. Everv
family shouldkepi. YuA.
- JAM. TI. O''4 T$.
27.For satle by Capt. E. I. P ENN, ld~tl.i-eld.
S. C., and at tmy Stores Na. I and No. 2, in Ham-.:
burg, S. C. No. I on Cunt ,]treet, Dr. Urwigh-.
to)n's old 'tanid, and No. 2, n River Street, next
dlo'r to Mesurs. Paedgett & Crnftton's Stare, and!
oppo).site iliumond A Latr - s Stare. None genu
ine unaless Dr. Martini's Co gh Retnedy and. Ri. .
Gentry, Agent, H~amburg, . C., is blown in the
bottle on thtree sides. Mn ufnetured by myself.
Six Bottles for $5, ensh. '~iI Ai
ITHaburg, S. C., Mar 12 ~ tf 10
LOOK AT THIS!
[ HAVE jutst receivedl on Consignment a fine
loIt of BA CON, (Clear and Ribabed Sides and
I am alsoi contstantly receivinlg PICKELED
FISH ef all kinds-Markerel, Trout, Uitne ant!
All the above will be sold! low for ensh.
S. E. flOWERS, Agt.
Hn imhurg. Febi 11, 1861l. tf 6
Shingles, Boards, &c.
T H E Subhscribecr will furnish to order nnd de
liver TIEwED) TIMBER. itIARD~S, SIN-\
0 il.ES, L ATIHIS, & e., a t the usual prices, and will
till uil orders p~romplltly. He promi~se sautisfactioen
ti aill who~ may favor hinm with their piatroinage.
lHe may' At aill timecs be found at hir father's revi
dlince four miles from Edgefleld C. HT.
MUSIC, &c., &c.
F HE subscriber, after returning thanks to theu
frieuds in Edgefeld and adjoining Districts,
hi' their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
vould inform them that they still continue to keep
in baud a large assortment of
rom the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
k" Co., Hazelton Bros., and A. U. Gale .& Co., New
Cork, for whom they are solo Agents. These It -
truments having already won such far-famed c - -
obrity, it is only necessary for us to repeat that ft r
tresth, durability and finish, together with poteer,
tepth, areetnene and aoftnces of tone, they challenge
ompetition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
ourto, would do much better to call and select from
large assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars
tad agents of inferior makers, where they have no
hoice, and have often to pay higher prices for it
erior Instruments, than fine ones of superier
nakers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
svery respect, so the purchaser runs no risk hat
.ver. Persons ordering from a distance from us
an depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
we make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
t.d such- as we can recommend ane warrant, in
svery respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
a very large, and they are constantly teceiving all
Sow pieces as they are published.
GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS
>f the the best quality always on haud. They
would also call attention to their largo stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
mnd other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
set assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN ]OWS,
&c., and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needhaut's and Prince's celebrated
Accordcons and Violins Repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices f. r
CASHi or City aceoptLnces by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTIH5ER,
l;l O AD-S T.. A"-../t xt', Gio.,
[Bletween UntdSltsa 16.:0 ote.]
April 7, ta,, ti' 13
State of woith Carolina,
EL FI; ELD DISTRICT.
IN UUJ/JION PLEAS.
W HERE AS, an inq'cest of Escheat Latin b.en
returned to this office, whereby, it appears
that Charles McGregor, late of Edgefield Dis
:riet, who was born in Dunbarton, Scotland, and
lied on the twenty-first day of !lay, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight h'undred iud hit)
seren, was seized and possessed at the timo of his
.leath, of a Lot of Land, containing one-half
.\cre, more or less, situate, lying and bir-g in the
carpurate linits of Edgefield Village, bourcded on
:.hu North by a Lot owned by Rev. 1'. N. Lynch,
.n the East by Lots owned by Thomas P. 3lagrath
and George W. Landrum, and the Public Street
leading from the Court House to Pottersvilhe, on
the South by a Lot owned by James A. L'.zier
and on the West by a public street inmme.!i:tely in
the rear of the Court. House, snd .ots t.wns.d by
William J. Ready, F. L. Smith and Rev. P. T.
Lynch; without having in his lifetime made any
-lisposition thereof, and .ithout leaving any per
-on who can legally claim the same. Now in
pursuance of the directions of the Act of Assem
bly, in such ease made and provided, the I, its of
the said Charles MceGregor. or oth.:rs claiming
nder him if any there be, are hereby re"i;ired to
.ppe:ar and make claim within eighteen months
'rom the date hereof.
Wi:nss m3 hand at Edgeficld Court fouse, this
fourth day of Aprii. A. D. D1G0.
T.. ..LC BACON', c.c.r.
April 11, 1it60 tf 1w
State of South Carolina,
IN EQU T Y.
vs \ [i7Ij.r. tmI,' of li
Rachlel L. Shler, et1 .d. j '
1 lp.estr.; . ts mys .iation 1::.i the D.;e.
seanet El: har i ::Sent fro:s. ad ;--:des Lce
youd't tio: ihns ofil th4!e. Os: me!;.:z bry Idr
.tsr.r, C.-mspiainan2's Solicitor, It is or.resd that
si:. i.: '-:-' delitns.C. ..o ::ppl- r :.a it-d
4 i .m'er or d:z;ur s.. tis h:id,. withi:, Ir: nuonss
.'.. a- :!';e'; tior, hered'. ,sr judegm::t;t will ie
ZA. 'W. t.laLW :.:.t:-.
Comm~s're Or'ece, 31!uy !t,. :-:t it
State of South Carolina,
I5 CO).l1f0O P'LEAt..
E,--B. Stoddssrd & Ci'., -
Jatsnes M. Jiudsor. Fr~aAvlses
TlE Plainstif ins the above stnted cuse, having
.Lthis siay flied his detbsration In umy r.Oisce, ntud
tee Defenriant havinsr neither s. ife s..r uettrn-:y
.tesn ns to retide' withein the limeite i this Et:sie, 05n
.rb44m copirt ofl onidt deciration,:,:iz I rueiss to
pileadslecr. be .scrivsi, One ,math f.J. L. Acdis
Pht:inti51'a A Isorey, tcr.l*red, .h;:: :.:c 1l:Dee:,'bs'nt
:5.eard pl.::slis to eid ,:el:.rs si. is within ai
,'ear and .i ':ay Ir.xm the dsute here..f. --r fi::c.i ansd
absolute judginen t w ill he gi vens s;;::.c*.-5 I imi.
S. liA Rh!SiN, cxe.r.
Clerk's Offiee, July 5th 1>61 <;lv y .
State of South Caroina,
IX CO.1I.VON I'LE.IS.
Hiudlson .t Coghcur::, for the c
Jame 31. 1 ldson. J
T li: fht::ii in ti-e s'-i.v4 'sttd entsc. hraving
ti. J.. ni- I : .ct i:,s:.: n~ it. Sr y Of!ee,
.ttud tl.u I5-tt.dtls L ;:':-.g~ neiter wif' 5:.r A trer
.4tatv. n wh m col-k .s tsaidl 1Deeinration. wish
rusles tos pleaei catn Ibe strt'ed, On me:h.ns of J. L.
A.idis..n. Phdtiif's Atcorney, Order d that the
snid Deseundanst appear'a and lead to, suid Declara
tion witiuin a year nrs a day fronm thu 'late hereof,
icr fintal sand abstolute judgment will be given
S. HIAPRPRISON, c.c.r.
Clerk's 0rsec, June 10, 186I. 1yqi 23
State of South Carolina,
E CE E (jUD I) T . CT
Jaeis Unstehel~r, 1
r. I ll i ,Rsricor, A ce.
A '''rd Hattcher. n 01t i ,eske Titler.
.-ht iucer. et al1. J
IT ssppearinsg to mty satti-heticn that the Defen
dnst Johln Casrpenter is ah:e.ent fsm na esd cr
-i.ltes bceyond the limuiss osf this State, On motion
.\r. Wrighet, Compsllanasnt's Solicito~r, It is ordler
'ci thast the .eaid Defendad~nt do aeppesr withins three
msonsthss fronm the pulicatton he'reof, and pleadt,
insswer etr demur to this bill, or judgmnent will be
rentderedl agaitat hsimt presi.*' conf .
'/.. W. CAIR WIL E, c.R.X.D.
Ccomm'rs. O11ice, Ju~ne 20, 1S6. 325
State of South Carolina,
T ILLMAN S. IICUUSON, who is in the custody
of the Sheriff of Edgefiseld Distriet, by v'irtue
of jt writ of ('upsa, ad Sassf'e(s.d,.ee, as the Suit
of '.uthser Roll, hsavisng tiled itn my ' lice, togethler
with ns Schedule, on uontb. of his oe',te andI effects,
his petition to thse Cssurt of Cesamotn Please, pray
;ng that lie masy he anittedl tos the benefit of the
A ets of the Gesertd Anene,ly made for the relicf
e..r ns .t dei.bssrs. It is reredc. That the said
Luther IR'll, tand alil othler thu vcdtors to whomt
thec sairl Tilha-im S. hitidson is in sr'y wire indebted,
bt', antd they are heureb'y suemmond, e~nd leave no
tieei to appear, bsefcore the saidl Court at Eudgefieldl
Coutrt liteuSe, els the .cveth day of October next.
to shocw enust', if sany they enns, whyi the prayer cf
:he petitions aftortntidt, s'hel no? he' grantedi.
S. JIAIRRISON, c...
Cl'erk's Office. Junre 17th 1561. 3m 26.
State of South Carolina,
J C. IthROOKS. whos i, its custsey of the Sheriff
.. of Edlgefied District, by v'irtsue of ns writ ef
f'cpil ud5 Sastiasa .ctie~ at the .-nit c'f H:'en-smure
& Lark, having tiled itsney tiite, to'gether with a
Schedulc, on osnth. of Isis sstate andi efec'ts. bis
pes itein toe the Cecurt oft Commoscn Plesa,. prayis's,
tos be endmsi te to thse b~eefit of the At a o ii e
Geeral Assemssbly nmade for the. rsdie'fof in'solventt
ebcorse. It is ordlered. Th!at thet .scn! 15mmtos c
.1 Lark andsc all :he croediscors' sIto who the snid .1.
C. lironks is in asny'wi' ivdebteii he, snrdt thsey are
hereby sumonsednte :.nd lhnvec n'se. to app'ear, he..~
forse tihe saidl C~ourt sat Edes.frehcl ('c s:7. Jl'ouse., a
the seventh dasy eel OScocer 55t tos show eseac ir
anys3 they cia. why thse prayer of thselpetition afore
saidl, shsould tnot bee grasntto!.
S. IIA RlIIISON, c.c.P'.
Clerk's Of!!'e, Jusne 27th1t L FII m:u 26.
Fine Family Fleur-New W1heat.
T UST received a lot of CHOICE FLOUR frenm
? W. 11heat Arl 50n. R. C' RRYA)E