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_ BT Kianga, D??RT80go4 co. .
Vrom /PcnVrhl Lec^s Army.
AKUT OF.NOKX??:K.N Trnpi.vu.
The cnemv -avfvas you know, a foothold
. on this side cf .he Rapptihannock, near Bran
dy Station, m Culr-s-pcr rvti'nfr, *n4, hore, I
fear, thc) intend tv make a tunal, no?/t?r a
fiyty, but to ke*p out cf ute. The -picket? are
in eight of each other, converging and ex
changing newsptipc'-*, but seldom, if ever,
firing one npon the other, indeed, everything
ia JO much like the situation at Fredeticks
bnrs lt ut winter ?hat th? cen ave inducfrd'to
think thit hosiUiti<*t have ceased. This . is
not ?hr cr.re, bower or, as the rapture of souse
fifteen priloL-*?re and a three bushel mail bag,
near S,t?-v# nsburg, yesterday evening, sill
readily assure us. This wa?; done by a ptu-t
of Hampton's South Caro! ma boys.
The maiu oody of tee Yankee army is in
the entrenchments ?ear Centreville, and not
likely to move unlettsGeu. Lee should a*suL.e
the offensive.. There ia, I ?tu credibly in
formed, a few negro regiment* in Meade'* ar
my, and these are censing a ivcly time among
the white tromps. If Linoolu'don't mind, h?*
will find the negroes a worse element of
strength to his cause, than the elephant! were
to Pyrthus. ?.
Mosby, the gillan t cavalryman, was cer
tainly .wounded m a skirmish, in Fauquit-r,
last wetk, and hat? gone home forawhile; he
will, however, b* ready in a abort whifo for
duty again, and on a larger .sca'e, let us
hope ; iuasmuch as he has been promoted to
A big "pic nie" wss given in Edward Johns
ton's ttl vision on Saturday last. A la ige
?j?mipatiy of ladies were in attendance, aud
festivities lasted from noon until sunset
Deucing *.aa tbe principal source of amust
xnent. RefresLraeuts were abundant. Those
who have a taste for Batch occasions were
bighly gratified with the entiTtainuivnt. The
invitations were issued by Beigadirr Gene
rals Stuart, lv?rsou. Walker, (of Stonewall
Brigade) and ' Bol. B. T. Johnson, aa
Committee. Marry of the loveliest of women
were in attendance to lend thc graces ot
their presence and conversation to this occa
Colonel Battle, of the 3d Florida regiment
bas betn promoted to the position at a Brig
tidier Generalship and assigzied-to the con.
maud of Rocas' old brigade. Lie will doubt
?ec? make a most excellent o (Leer. .
The trial of Brigadier-General Jones, (of
cavalry) will close to-day. Gen. d Las man
aged his defence with considerable ability
There ia one other mutter brfure. the c?urt
t?je ca^e of Col. May, of th? 47th Virginia.
Tl'e tim? for cool weather uot only ap
jn-acbe?, but " uuw in," In this situation,
it ia tr. sirable ihat our brave den.-ndera
the field should be made as comfortable aa
possible. Tu this end let mic suggest thal
*> rangement? b*-- set on loot byourgoud home
foika lor supplying tb? iroopj with blanket*
1 am told tbe> are? mneh needed af tide just
LOW a:-d r fr:ourae the ne*-.' will be stronger
?a iue wrather grows colder.
Reviews and inspections are still going on,
ni-ch lo the benefit of the troops and the
gratifica'mn of the fair ladies who attend
tl. em. ilrth had one on Tuesday evening
last, and Kamaetir one on Wednesday even
ing. The pcrtcctiou of Rau.Bcur's it eu in
di ni is truly astonishing, and r? lieut s th? ligh
est credit upon the proficiency and skill ? of
Au oru?-r has been issued by Gen Le*? for
bidding or .-.us[lending tiereatbsr thc ?lection
otJnri'or 2i Lieuienantaexcept in companies
which have their fuiicouipletnetitof mea. The
: objf.tol ibis into doaway with useless officers.
Uou-cripta are being received quite fre
quently from, the camp of instruction at Rich
mond. They come tu squads of about enc
hundred eacb, and are always ?Howe to se
lect the arm of service to winch,they . atta.ch
i he tu selves, as weil aa the company and ieg?
A g.-eat many of the officers, taking advan
tage of the quiet that reigns supreme, nave
brought.their wive* bete, and are finding qtiai
ters for them at private, r?sidence*, and, in
som? instances, in camp. Tbe unmarried boys
are vicing with each other as to wai? shall g t
iurloughs, and thus be able to .get married.
Cor. Richmond fcmqurrer.
Progress of the Sit ge of Chark BO ;.
CHAkl.r^TnNjStpt. 6.-To-day ha? v^tness- |
ed auot?tr furious i -'?abardmcni of butteries ?j *
Wagi?erau>d Gie^g, l?y the ?mermes fleet aud
land retteries. Tte fiiing-was beguQ by dav
ligat and tuai.itaiued su-addy tilt dark. A
monitor is now linng at Fort Mourlt ie.
Another assault upon battery Wagner is
dimmed-not improbable to-night.
Since Tuesday night no- further attack has
been made upon Sumter. Brick-built au m ter
has been held twenty days against, all t fib cl s
of the. enemy's great guns by laud and seu: t ?
Seven tbonsaud fire hundred and fifty-one I t
shots have been fired. at it, thrae thousand
five hundred and ninety-five of whlca have
struck out sitio, and two thousand one hun
dred auid thirty-nine have struck inside. Tho
flag bas bee:.- shot ?way fourteen times. '
Orders against exposure having b?eu rigid
ly enforced, the casualties are few.
WITHOUT llora.-The Chicago (LU.) Times
There has never-been but one ground of
hope of ?uecea**iu this war, and ibat was in
adherence to the original policies which would
have preserved a united Noi|h and developed
u divided South. When the confiscation and
emancipation and negro soldier policies were
adi pted-when servile insurrection was em
ployed-and when, thereby, the North was
radically divided, and the Sooth united,, as
only a people can be united who defend their ? j
rights of property, theintegrity of their hearih-J i
stones, and the purity of their women-?bon
this came to pass, thc defeat of the North nuts
ordained ; and so long as these policio- shrill
stand, so long will tue North faiL Tuey are
wicked policies, and God will never pr?, spt r.
the armies that uphold them.
? -Ititalligonec I rom Mexico of July 24, via
Eau Franoise*, report that the intention of the
t-ii rar irate to recognize the Confederacy is con
tinually foreshadowed by the imperial 'press. Re
cognition WiU 'take place as soon as the news
reaches Mexico that Maximillian accepts the
THIS next Session wlltbegin on MQ?i?AY,
October 6th, 186:!, with- a.FULL CORVb
OP EXPERIENCED TBAC11JSKS.
Tbe formor Steward having left, arrsngenjionts
are making to reudef the Hoarding Department
all that it should ba,- and trader tha charge of
parsons properly qualified, every attentiin- wili be
given te the health and comfort of the pupils.
Term? f*t Sutton I'ioe Mowht.
Board, everything included ?xeent lights, $125,00
Tuition in. Collegiate DepaUmaiUr..n._ 26.U0
Use of Pimuo.;.. 2,50 |
l ee of TextBouks. 2,?U
Cvntiageat Fee. 2,?0 1
french. Painting, ?tc, aa heroc?for?l - -
. N. li. The President, ou hia rou.ru to Sjiartau
burt> will leave Auguata oa Thursday uurning,
OctoJ-.T Is', ac ri Columbia on Fri jay morning,
Oct 2d. He will take cbarga af pupils f?r thc
CvlL'^e at any point en th? route.
iVU. K- BLAK'E,'Pui}s.
Awi.? - lia? U
will attend at tboJHraes and pl?ccs*borcinaf?er
mentioned to receive Rutnxos und Asses- the
mme frwia lax l'.?y?is ol' th? '.2th ?"'ol'oet'oii Di?.
'net comprising tue 7th and 9th Regiment.". f< r
tho Tax in value under Tax Act, Section 1st end
3d, commencing at
L?tt*?--P. Cv Monday, - lilli Sept
Joan T. Nicholson's, Tuesday, la h "
Ly brand's, Wednesday, 1 otb "?"
C. H. Plnnkett's, Thursday, 17th '.
Hatcher's. Friday. ISth ..' "
Vancluw Factory, Saturday, 19t.ii "
(j rm i lev il io, Monday, -2 ist "
_." . Tucsdsy, 221. "
j Reach Inland, . Wednesday, 234 "
I " Thursday, 24tb ?
Hamburg, . Frid?iy, - 25th
u Sainru.y, 2oth "
Cherokee Ponds, Monday, Hath .*
John Curry's, * Tuetduy, 2'Jth "
Pine House, Wednesday, 3Utn "
lidgtheld C. H., Thursday, lat "
" Friday, 2d* 44
Pleasant Lana, Monday, 6th . "
.John Cheatham's, Tuesday, tilb "
Collier?', Wednesday, 7th ?*
Wideman's School House, Thursday, p-.h, . "
A. Morgan's. Friday, Wth **
Woodlawn P. 0. Saturday, 10th .*
Edward Hewie's, Monday, 12lh '"
White Hons.-, Tn?td?v, 13th u
" Wednesday, 14lk "
Red Hill, " - Thui-rlny, lo-.h ,:
" . Friday, lit-h ?
J. A. Ts'bert'a, Satur'tay, 17th I
Libeny Hill, . . Monday. lisais ?
" Tuesday, -?Hb .*'
Sbattorfleld, Wrdr.. sd av, 21st
TUK03. HEAN, Asses-or
12th C-*)l?oticn District.
Sept 1 7t . 36>
To Tax Payera ol the 13th Collection
District, Snluda Regiment:
?WILL attend at tao times and places herein
after named for the'purpt sb of receiving Tax
J ie tu rn j and making'Assj.smouts. - -
RountrceV Store, Monday, ? 14'b Sept
-" Tuesday, 15th "
Darn's Mills, . A\ ednesday, lfith "
J. 6. Binyo*'s, Tfiursday, 17th "
Mrs. Alien ?, Friday, Ihtii "
Richardson's, Saturday,"* luth "
Dr. Jobi; Mobloy's, . Monday, Slat "
.. Tuesday, "2d 14
Mrs. Norri.-', Wednesday, 23.i "
M\ Wii.?ng, - Tb or" day, 24 th "
MEjcklrj-'a, Friday. 2;Vh "
\llen Kemp's, Saturdey, Z?ith "
isham Cuibreath's, M iiday, 2Vik "
CoIcm-?n'rX Hoads, 1 ucsdav, 2!)lh "
Perry's, Wednesday, 30th *
" . Thursday, 1st Oct'r.
Huiet's Strtte, b ri tay, 2d *
** Saturday, M *"
Georg?. Addy's, .Monday, ilk "
Mrs. ? i bs on ?, Tuesday, 6th . "
*. . ' . Wednesday, 7th "
Haiti wankel's Store, Frid.-.?-, ?Jib "
.* S?---r<iay, Itt th "
R. C. Qxtit FIN, Assessor
13ih CelUcti-m District.
Sept 1 ?i 36
Notice to Taxpayer^.
TAX-PA XE lt S are- rcqnirod to ta- kc due re
turus "n oath of all the.fdJnwIng artie'es bold
or owned by him un the l t of Ju y IS63, which
aro thc grvwih or ]iroducti>.ti of any year prece'
.iing tim yonrlc(S3: Naval stores, Salt, Wines,
Spirituous Liquors, Tobacco, manufactured or
m,manufacture-i. Cotton, Wool, Flour, Sugar,
Mol?ssi*-s and Syrup, Rico and other agricultural
T?x-payers are Jnxther required to return all
?iarik Notes and other Currency on bund, or on
deposit, on the l.-t'u?y of July'1865; and of ul!
credits held or owned on th? 1st of July 1862; on
which the interest hus not b'ecu pa di Credits in
elude all urdiquidati -l'd?-j.fti.ds, such ns open ac
counts, duo and unpaid..
' Tsx-psyar* are a4so r.squired to return ell prof.
it*.Und?.by any person, partnership or corpora
tion during tho year iso., by purebnsa and-salc
sf aoy of the following-articles,'tit : Flour, dru,
fJacouy Pork, Oats, Hay, Rice, Iron ol Manufac
ture* of irvn. Sugar, M?Ia??es mar:o if Cane,
firi.tbcrj Wooden."e otho?, Shoes, Boot*, BUnkei*
iu> Cotton clothes.
. Tax-payers who refuse . r neglect to make re
turns within tho tim? n-quired. by the us-osor?,
viii be liable to twanty il ve per cent.' addi tional
lax VA the amount asr^ssed.
R. C*GR1FF'N, /lessor, Uth Dist.
. . THEOS. DEAN, Asses.-or, 12th Dut.
Sept. 1 Se -3G
Tax Collector's Notice.
Tothe Tax Puyera wit a iii the Limit? ol'
the ?th Und Dib Kegimeulx :
1AM now prepared to receive ta? it?turus and
Taxes under tho -eta Section of ibo 'tns A<-t,
ur ibo qui?rt-r ending 1st July l*t?V<. Tiiose ro
saire-! to regisur ainf p?,y; nir Apocboc-rics, Ba
lers, Brewers, Bu --her?, Cattle procer*, Dentists,
)i?till.rs, Kulin* H(iu;o'Veepars, ?!,>.?! keepers,
jivery Stabie Keepers, La??j ers, Pby'fioiaas, Re
ail and Wholosale Doelirs.
The Book? will romain open until Friday thc
!*?th of 'Soptetnoer, on wbi.-h day I-propuse to at
ona. ur Hamburg, and uu Thur.ujy the 24ih
ieptoiuber at Wraiiituville, for lb? purpose of ro
l?iv?lg ibo returns amt taxes. Tbo.e who tail te
vturi, audpay by that, time w?l bo doubl?-taxed,
iud a like sum for every thirty days of eobrinued
ai'.ure will bo i a po.? id upon each defaulter.
Except the days above named for ti rani tc ville
ind Hamburg, I expect to be in my (.thee tn ro
:.eive Returns and Taxes, and hope to have to re*,
urn nu defaulters^
- , H. T. WRIGHT,
Collector 12th Disirict.
Sept 2 2t 35
? - - _ -
Notice to Tax-Payers in
N VJ. t DA kEGI^lENT.
[w?lhttend ai the following time* and olsons f
to collect the SPECIFIC TAX-fr-jm Ph.vjri- \
.-ians, Lawyers, Distillers, Cattle Brokers, Mau
thants, Dentists, Bakers, artd other portons (if
my lhere h?) vrho are. required hythe Fifth Sec
ion of the Tax Aft, tp pay the Specifio Tax, vis:
At Coleman's, X Roads, Wednesday, Ii th Sept.
Ilaltiwanger's, . Tour iday, 17th "
Ito.-utree's Store, Friday, 18th .'
J. S. Smyly's, Saturday, 19th "
l?errv'#, Minduy, 21st M '
Mrs." Gibson's, Tuesdays 22d "
Mrs. Norris' Wednesday, 2:<d
Dr. John Mobloy's, Thursday, 24 th "
Tue Books' will then elose. Persons failing to
say at the timoa above "moutioned will be subject;
? double tax. C M. MAY,
Aug 24 . "tf 34
State of "South Garoliia,
IN ORDINARY. .
Rrm Powell and Lucindn, hij ivife, Appli'cr.nt, >
vs. ^ r
Eldredge Asbill, ot al, Defendants. -)
BY au older Trim "the Ordinary, I shall pnueed
to sell ai Edge?eld C H., ou the first ?? in
day iu October ucxt, for Partition, thc REAL
ESTATE of Lloyd P. Asbill, late of EdgcfieU
District deceit s od", consisting of
ONE TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND lylng
and hoing in tba District of Lexington and Stato^
aforesaid, oontsvicrng One bundrod and Fifty
seven aere-, joro cr Jess, ?rid adjoining Isnds of
Riobard Hobitetm, B. Hartley and M. Crurder.
TERMS.-On ? credit until tba first of Janua
ry. 18W. Fdrcl asor to-givo. Bond with good se
curities, arul e. K ortgage to tho Ordinat*/ to sc
enro tbe purchsu<o monoy. " Cost to be. paid in
cash. Titles ciara.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. n.
Sdpt7 et -?i
ALL peinons are cautioned against trading for
a Note given'm- ny Willjs Stone," with J.
i*.. Pow and W. I?. SVAII**, security, f?r $lo0,0ti,
payebla one day Sifter date, and dnted I think,
bomotimein 1H?>9, tts,SuiU .Note.ha? tmcii a 'istruct
ed Irou. my pupers" withont my knowb-d^i .
EVANti PER-.MEH -fER. .
Aug 25 M ? 34
|AA SACKS* fi: CMtUfLlBM ?i SIfT ?
MA?U ?? BAitiiiiLS ViRGli?lA t?-V bjL
8. E. .BOWERS-.JJ*. -
Haas burg, Aug ?J . .!. -?
7TH S. G. REGIMENT, )
August IC Ji, IS53. /
j on PSF, NO.
ABSENTEES from this oammwid ?re hereby
infirmed that', from ibis date, reeomraenda
I tio:is fdr extension of forlonghs must be forward
ed tr. tbnu Head-Quarters previous to tbe expira
I tion of tba original,"-so that they can be furwar?
j ed tl.mut-li tb? proper channel for the decision of
j tba Commanding Goniral. _ "
j The nie-o recommendation for extension will
j nvtiil nothing without the approval of tho proper
' AuthoriHcs. Certificates from private Physicians
j will rocvive no eensiderati.cn, and any one failing
I to -.jmply with the feqnisites of this order will be
'.utamarily dealt with.
By order of 11. Col. BLANU.
JOHN R. CARYVTLE, Ad'jt. 1
Sept 8 ?.t ' 35
?^ifColnuibia (fwrdinn p'oaf-o eogy three times
aiid forward, ?cet'unt.
Youiig Black Eawk.
THE TROTTING STALLION," YOUNO
BLACK HA"WK, sixteen hoads high, will
stand the Pall Season at Auguetz, Hamburg, .md
j Edgeudd,. from Ist Septem ocr to 20tb of No
* PKI?CKEK -YOUNG BLACK HAW'K wits bV
OLB BLACK HAWK (Loug Island- BLACK
HAWK), he by ANDREW JACKSON, out of the
lam ti* trotting nm-re SALLY MILLER. The |
reputation of Long Island Biask Hil wk, as a trot
tiog stulltoii, is uusurpas&cd.
ANDREW JACKSON-tbe sire bf HENRY
CLAY-who .vas th?! sire of CASSIUS M.-CLAY,
the sir? of. GEORGE M: PATCH EN, who boat
ETHEN ALLEN in three separate rices, aad u;so
KL?RA TEMPLE-was by V?UNG BASHA.W,
dam bj WHYNOT (a son of Imp. MESSUNG!. R;
grandam by. Imp. MESSENGER ANDREW
JACKSON was tho best trottingMalliou ol* his
'YOUNG BA3BAW, bred'in New Jersey, was
by the imported Barb Hor-e, ti RAND RASTiAtV.
This horse, kuowu as fox's Arabian, was impell
ed iii I?07, by Mr'. Cox, from Tiipoli, where hu
was Consul on tho appointment of Mr. Jefferson
in bis Presidency. YOUNG BASHAW'S dam
W.-.S PEARL by ELAG OF TRUjL'E (he u gai??
four mile Imrfc and sire of BOND'S FIRST CON
SUL, r.nuther hard-l-uttomed four mile ian.),
grandam .Fancy, by Imp. MESSENGER.
YOUNG BASH?W is quite noted as the found
er of a trotting fauii'V known as tho BAhHAWS.
SALLY MILLER ?as hv the celebrated M?S
SENG ER stalKon MAMBR1NO.
(Soe HOrherl on '-The American ^Iorse.")
Tbe dam ot YOUNG BLACK HAWK WRS a
thoroughbred Imp. mare, by tho great old Eng
lish ruee horse TOUCHSTONE;
YOUNG BLACK HAWK made bis mile io 2,-10,
a.i an ovurgrown 4 yearoldeo'lt-wa athen brought
South, and has never been in training :-ince,. He
wmr bred and raised by Colonel Jackson, ^f Rock
away, Morris C->., Now Jersi-y.
Tr.RMS.-Twenty dollars (?20) tho season :
Forty dollar: (S40) to in?uro foaling, (asl accident*
K> mare or foal bei'ure or after birth st risk of
owner;} one do'li.r ($1) lo Griic?u. Ca-li on the
first of November. * ...
September ti 2t ' 30
T.IIS thorough bred young STALLION will
stand the Kail Siusan,, commencing 1st Se '
'omber, at Mr. Lud Hill's plantation, at $25 Ute
ETHAN ALLEN is ont of a Messenger mare
by Ethan Allen ; he by Flying Morgun-:hc best
trotting tock known. - " .
ETHAN ALLEN is a beautiful bay. i?i hands
Wgh, six years old, and of tine form ?rid action.
Mo baa ai flue cul s as cai. be shown in the Dis
trict. A. J. HU* H ES."
S?pt 2 . if 35
BILL DEAitlNCI will stand tho FALL
SEASON of l&O'iai Edgi field C. H., Moa
Spry* mid Tuesdays,. thu reuisiuder of the Season
st Harmon GallinaiiV, at $25 thc Season, whit-s
horns on tbe 1st of August and et da thu 20 tb
Marra failing to provo in foal oy Diek-Cbcut
h itu tho Sprif ?j uf ISG4, may bc s?nt nus Fad'tu
Dering free of .charge.
TD.03. fl." B.'rCON.
Aug 10 ^ Ct :->2
Ilia State of South Carolina,
BY-W. P. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordianry of
Whereas, Martha R. Loralee? has applied t-.i me
for Letters of Administration, ua nil und singular
tho goo is and chatties, rights and credits of Betij.
P. Doveles.?, late ol' thc District aTnrMgid, dee'd.
These are, jhereforw, lo cite arid admotnsb all
url siugular, the kindred and creditors of tbe
laid deceased, to bu and appear before ni?, nt "Ur
lejrt Ordjjiary's Cour a for tho said-District, (.. in
auldon atEdgefielti C. il. on "be _'!.?t d..y o? Sept.
ns'., to show calis?, if Hi'y. r.hy tba ...lid admioL
?ratinit should not bc granted.
Gr.'eii uud-r my hand an t seal,- thi< 7ihd..y
if September In the j aar of our Lord one thou
.and eu'bt hundred and sixty-three, and in th'
sighry-eijrhtb yejr of the ludopcodeuoe of lue
?tata uf Soi;th Carolina.
\*. F. DUKIS02.0. E. D.
Sept, 8 " 2t 36
Stale of South Carolina,
EDQ?FIELD l??3'J KICT,
IN (fill) IN Alix..
f>Y W. tf. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo
JL> field District.
W"hnr.u*8, // W. Carwilc, C. E. E. D., nnsnopiied
to me for Letters of Administration, op all and
iiiiguUr'tiio goods and chatties, rights aud erato iii
>f S hu-sou Parkman, late of the District, aforesaid,
doe sawed. . .
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
acd'singular, tho kindred ,-ind creditors ol ibu said
doceasod, to be and appear before mc, at our nest j
Ordintry's Court for tbe said District, to be huldirn
at sedgefield Court House, un tho'1'Jib day oj Oet.
next, to show euuso, if any. why the said admin
istration should not be granted.
Given uudor my hand and goal, this 8th day of
(sept., in the year of our Lord one thousand
???t hundred and sixty-three, and in the eighty
eight a jeer of the independence of S. Carolina.
W. F. DURISOE, o.K.P.
?apt. 9 Ct *?
State of South Carolina,
ED GE FI ELI.) DISTRICT,
BIHLti DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, John M. Hurling ??as applied to me
tor Lotter; of Administration, on all and singulur I ]
the goods and chattel's, rights and credits of | r
Felix li. Barling, lato of the District aforesaid,
Thcao arc, therefore., to cite and admonish all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to bo ?nd appear before ure, nt our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to he I
Ijoldeu at'Edgefield Court House, on thc 9th day (
o? Sept. next, to show, cause, if any; why tho
said administration should uot bo granted.
.t-iven under my hand aud stol, this 2l?th day of
Au<. -in tbe year of ^our Lord one thousand
right hundred uud sixty-three, and in the sigh ty
oigbth year of tho Independence of S. Caro.ina.
W. F. DURISOE, o.E.o.
Sept. 1 2t :}5
.State of South Carolina,
IN ORDINARY. *
W. 7.-DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo
Wb'tirtBS, James L. Muthfs has applied to mo
for Letters of Administration, od all and .-4ng'jla'r
tho go'??* aud chattels, rights and credits of A.
J. Mathis l*to.of the piatrict aforesaid, dee'd.
The?o "iro, tncre.rore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred aud creditors of thc
said deceased, tu be aud appear before mc, at our
iiext Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden ut' Edgefield C H., on tho-9th day of
Sept. next, to show cause. i? auy, why the mild
administration :.huurd pdt be granted.
Given under my band and seal, this 2Cth ,d?yi
of Aux. in tho your of our L'?rd ono tbnuatnd
eight hundred and rfixty-Miic?. ?nd ia thoeigb'y
oi?hth veor Of the Iudi.p.-utie'ncc. . I South C;.rQ
l,ua. AY.F. DURISOE, O.E.1X
Sept. I . 2t ;
F3R sole at M. Lebest !.u'.tz's old stand a lot of i
GR^NITEVILLE CLOTH, Lt rcasotu-hle
price/.. Cloth niH ha exchanged fur Bacon. ? I
July? ?t* . J* !
STATE OF SOUTH -CAROLINA.
CnARLEETAi.v, Auyost 25, I Stitt.
WilEREAS Ibo proJuutc^nf?iMon of th* coun
try requi.es tho*?rijapisatteri nt'mi nctive
and cfiTcient buiiy nf troops, who may take thc
Cold uynn a moment's ,r">:ice. tome*! with prompt
ness any sudden incursion which mi.y he iaa.de
by'thc et.otay ii.tu our Bis**?., au-l whereas, for
the pnrpose of defending otu* homes anJ fireside*,
it is deemed advisable that the entire H rms-henr
ie ? population over 16 ycarr of tig*, not in or lia
ble to Confederate'service, or exemptai) therefrom
fur pv'rlic purpose's, should bc organized infv
companies : .
Now, thtre'orc, T, MILLEDG K L. BONHAM,
Governor and Coininander-iu-Chicf in and over
the Pute uf South Carolina, call upon tho people
of 'the State to' at oneo organizo themselves in
a-enrdauc*: with the r.rdcrj hereunto annexed'
from the of?iee of tho Adjutantand Inspector Gen
eral, so as to ??brd our own and the woman und
children ot'mir brethren in arms, the most aft?c
tuul protection ?uil security. The Hccond organ
isation enlled tor is in ace. rdan-:c with the rc
coinroendaiion of the President to the Governor,
and is approved as tb?: best organization, for all
who maj r.nt he included in thc 'org.miz aten of
'. Volunteer Stato TroO| H."
M. L. BONHAM.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
AIIJ'T AND IXKPKCTOn-Cf-NEIlAl-'s OrncR,
. CIIAHI.KSTOS, Auc'J-t 24, 1 863.
GENERAL ORDER NO 3ft.
?TU carry into effect the forej/oint; procla
. motion of bis ??xcellerey the Governor, iii?
urdei'cJ that (he following Volunteer Sta-e Troops
h? a.-eept-?*! into service, v'i-< : Ono Kestitnant of
M 'limed Infantry lo oon?ist o'r^n companies, two
companies of.Ci.viil, y mid ons couina fly nf Flying
Artillery;. The companies of M 'Utrtod Infantry
In ci^n-i.-'t nf not less than BevCTrty-e??*bt and nm
m ire th m one hunilrtd man, cx?!tisirc . of com
missioned '.fricer.1 ; of cavalry, to consist of not
less than sixty and not inure th;in eighty men.
exclusive nf commissioned officers ; ai.r! tbe com
pany nf Artillery, of not lesa th-.n eighty and m't
muru thin ono hundred men, exclusive of com
missioned officers. Wu ru thc companies of Mount
ed Infunliy and Cavalry hsve been organized and
iccVptcd, Fi< ld Officers will be elected under order
"IOIU i hi- MS?; e.
II. The emnpritiios authorized 4o bo raised un
fertile pree?-cdiug paragraph ol' Ibis order will
lie toni posed of effective la.-u who a-c over thc
igo of sixteen years, who sro not sutject to, or
>vfn> arc exempt fjvui,. Confederate conscription,
ind who do uot belong to tho organization laie'y
irdared of troops for local defonec and six. Mehi ha
sp?cial service/ These troops" will he armed by
he State-the Artillery to baron battery of four
-?eec?-hat they will provide tbejnselves with
j or; es. Tiieirpuyito begin when they-tiro or
rler d into nCiUHl seiyice.) ?ill he thc siiuio os that
dlowed in the Coatc'demio service, including
'arty cents per day' for each horse. Thoy wiii
mid t'l-ipselves in readiness for 'the fi .ld?**tt
noim-ut's notice, nnd to do service iu' any part u
he Stain, tind?ir'the orders of tlie Governor. Thr
tump aies trill h? sorisptcd in (hs or-ler in which
he:r ro'ls and lists ol' officers -tro presented a? this
"ffic-, und iio.'V wid bo att-ched to the Mtiitf
I ?gimen ?j in which they uro raised, until ordered
nto actual service,
Iii. In addition to the above organisation,
aw panie*' organized in accordance wi'h the Act
>fCongress ofitbii 13th' 0otob:r. 186% (herewith
lOtri?shcd.) will he . aecept;'.l on furnishing (hoir
?Ils as required by said Act. Aud one ol' said
ol!lpatlie^ iu each Judieinl District, causistui.
I'm t less than eighty mm, exclusivo of officers,
.ntl having ?ts rendezvous at the Court House ot
he District, will be armed .by*tborSt^te. Thc r?
imii Jer of the rompante* wdi pr?vido themselves
ri h artus. Antnuolii?ii, us far as the menus of
he ''taie will peruiit, witt bo furnished to ult thc
onipanii?, Ey commend :
A. C. GARL1NCT0N,
A'ij't .ind Jn.-peeiur Ceiieral S. C.
Zn. UK-\??J?ct?a-Authorise the. Formutintty nj
Volunteer Gomj)lni?? for Local JJefeutf;
The Canorca* o/ the Confed?rate ?Vafes af.
['mr.rict d? iHjfet, That for thu purpose ol lor*]
icfeiice in anyii- ni- n of the Ci nfedmile States,
ny nit tn h AT ofpjrsoiis, not ies< than twen/y. who
re i ver the agc ol' f-rtyjllve years, or utbcrtyL't
o liable to military duty, may asVieiate them
elves av a uiililavy c<:mj uii.v. elect (heir own olli
cir, and establish mle* mid regulations Cpr their
wn government, and shull be con?ider?Hf aa lr?,
uu^inij to the Provisional^Army of the C.-ufe.le
nto States, serving without-pay or ulkt? juices,
nd i-Ktitlcd, whon eiiptured iiy'tlui chviny, to a'l
lio pr!\ilc.e:es of prisanera of war: Prori'Jeil
'hut such eoinpany ab**!, ns a-ionras practicable,
rviisitiit their itinster t.dr, or a list of il.e names
I t!.o offieors and prjva:es Oi?roof to tba Qnv?rnrir
?the State, the L'oiiimundiiii' Cone, al nf the Le
aritneut or any Brija lier General in tho S'.ute
r Coiif-detate service, to be forwarded to thc
ticretnry^Vnr : 'but'h -President or ttie Com
lan-lcr of thc Military District- may at ?tty-lima
isbanil such eompauieiO /Voi'.'i/'ii'.'Th.it in the
tates and Distrieis in which (be Aet/ e?titl?d
Au Act to further provide Ipr the public def^neo."
pproved April Hi, I88?, and the Acts aiaiud.ito
V thereof, h-ive hera Mi-pendedt persons of ?,py
yo, resident within ?nell States or District*, uiuy
oluuteer and forin part of such companies,'ia,
jng as soc'i suspension may continue : J'roriJnl,
lint no pcrs -n shall become a mern her uC'surh
omp?uy until h" shill have first taken the on th
raUegiiuee to tho .Confeder?te States of America
a writing, a copy of which shall be filed with
he muster roll of said company, as above pro
STATE OK SSOI'TII CAROLINA.
EXECUTIVK DEPARTMENT, )
CHAR LINTON. August 8, ISft.1. |
gT57"lTEi;i)^S, By ?Df'ornviHoil rcMivei] at thi*
TV D?panment, it appears that iu Charleston,
iii tin- 24fh December list, a man hy the nu me. of
tamil. Collina was stabbed in the breast hy some
icrsun or persons up yo this timi unknown, and
bat thc sail Samuel Collins died insiantly.:
Now, therefore, I, M. L. "BONHAM, Govornor
ind Commander in-Ch?of in and over th-- afurc
xid Stiite, do isHiethis uiv Proclamation, ofT^rinp
i reward of TU ILSE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
he epprchonsion and delivery of tup rail murdr
er of the Said Samuel Collius into any of the
ails of ibi* Stato : and if more tlinn one, an ad
litional reward of THREE HUNDRED'DOL
LtARS for each ouc who shall bc pru ved lo bc au
Gui H lender my hand ar d 'he Seal of the Suite,
L. s.] Charleston, ibis Eighth diiy bf August, A.
D. One Thousand Eteht HnndrH n>i'i Six
ty-Thrve. " M. L DC-Nil A.M.
WM. It. IIi MT, Soc'ry.
Aug. 2f. 4-_34
ENROLLING OFFICER, )
EnoEKiai.n, Aitg'iitb, 1S83. j
SIXTY DOLLARS REWARD will ha paid for
the nppre?.epsi'in and dolivcry of oaeh of thc
loliowing Deserters lo Head-ijuarttis Conscript
Department, Columbia, S? C.,
Any person arresting either of these Deserters,
will, before taking thom to Cel'umbia, report tho
fact? to this office.
Priva;? E. RUTLAND, Co. B, 1st Bat. S. O. S. 5.
" .1 W D BOWEN, " ? "'
? VV 8 FULMEB, . .? ?' "
? D PROCTOR. . " " "
JR ALTMAN, Ci. 0, " "
" J. HOLLINCISWORTH, Co. K,24th S. C.V.
'?.. C F DB?NT?TT| " I?
?. J DTTNCAN, " I.
F, Mi 6CH1RMEP.,
Lieut. & Chief ?. 0. of EdgciieW.
Aug 20 _?__ 34_ !
ENROLLING OPFICER. ]
EDoerir,t.ii, Aug. 17tb, 1S03. j
C10 MM ANDERS of Beat Compnrws in this
J District are requested to return to mo forth
witn ibo mimes of nil men iu ihrt'rr^?'ectivi? Roa s .
bt lwao'i the ages of 13 mid 45. exc?pMnp; such1
who aro membori of tho lata organization ter lo
col defence. . F. M. SCH1RMER, .
Lieut. A Chief K. 0. of Edgolicld.
Aug 13 _ </_ 33
ft \ IT?lS? "COTTON ON BALLS.
AFRESH supply just received by
M. PR KN, Agent
Angil sa* 32
E?EC?TOS'SF ' SALE.
" - ft
. At Tublic Sale.
\WTlLL ba soli! ut. the is'.o residence of Cul
fr P. I.. CALHOUN/ ???ott., in SdgoCdfl
Dis'riur, S C., 26 inilea above Augusta, Ga., be
tween Stephens' Creek on! Sar ann ah Rtvor, on
TUESDAY, 27th OCTOBER HEXT,
That VALUABLE TRACT OP LA NB upor.
wbich thc decca erl (ired, containing
THO THOUSAND Ati.ES,
Moro or less, the principle port of whrb" ii O.ik
arni Hit kory, with between Pour und Five liuu
dre-? acres of good Pian Laori-we'l ad*picd to
lue cult btu of Uruin and Cotton, with only ab-.tit
enough cleared lor twenty five or thirty Lands io
euiti Ville : tlii alance in native' forest, "i'hjre
ar? ??.me fine low grounds in culiivuiiuii on the
Creek. The plautaliou i.- weil improved with a
li' e neil eomiroiti.m. Dwelling. At.-u, good No
?fro HHMMMI; Gin House, Stables. Jse.. Ar., bil now
an<l.iu-good eu'i?inoii, veiy healthy, und well
.-Uppiitd wi..h line waler.
Also, will be sold ar iii? ar me time aitd place about
WFT? LIKELY ?CC?C XEC?l?Ei*,
Auion* them a very lik-ly Seamstress withal!
thc qni'ilicHti?n> af u vats ?speribr house ser
vant -oine gorfd Coolta, Vatiiftt und Ironers, a
plantatfiu ?lactisnilh', Wagoners, Carriage Dri
vers and i'iebl Hands.
A PINE PA Ut OF YUUXU A "ND frELL
BROKE GHRKIAGE Uestes,
ONE FINE fOUPG MARE ANO EIGHT Ok
V NINE L \R(.? FINE"MULES,
Two Carriages ai.d Hame?-, one nearly new, auo
one Buggy and Hurtle?.?.
Also, 30 or -AO Mead Blooded f'attlp,
atnonjr tbein ni.ue linc Mjlk Cmn ; 70 or 73
tl ead <:t Sheep, ar.d a i'iue Lut ol' Hogs,
holli Stocke,and Fat Hogs."
Also, the Hou.-ehoid Fm...?'lire, incIh-Jinrr fine
Parlar Furniture, Crockery^nd Kitchen Utensils;
Pln.tit3t.oti and H'?i'lvj.nnih Tools, Wu^go?s, Gin
Ueud, Thrasher auu Pan,
Coin. Fortier, Cotton, Coil3:1 Seed,
And many ?rhi r article* loo numerous to mention.
sttTrPosseSsion Ri-vri immedialoly altor the
Bale. Tc-.uis ncc4<min'>il?tiri?r.
^?r-Any furrb . information c'cerfuMy giveu
hy.addre?sinjj me Su?>cnber at E Ijrclield C. IL,
S. C. Yonrfg 7. T. Oa'h un cn. thc premises, MT.
Rob!.-ll. Middleton, six lades below,. or Br. V?.
D. Jennings, two miles above the place, will take
pleasure io showing the laud.
. A. 41. TEA (?HE,
The Avtiiij Executor.
Aug 22d, ISM. 9t 31
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE
IN LAL1C.KN3 DISTRICT, SO. CA.,
Within Four Mi.es of Mai lin'.* Depot, ?n the
Newberry ,fc Laarous Railroad*
Cirri LL br. sMd on tho p-emi?es, at public auc
TT ti'-n. on THURSDAY, tho 1st OCTOBER
lexi, the Heal E.st?iU? of Dr. THOMAS
TEAGUE, d-.e'd., upon Tuich the widjw now re
.lore or Je*s. with i line Dwelling House; Uriel
Smoke House."Ncg'o If-urrs, Oin House, Burns,
kc, all in good e-nditiun. The_ land is weil
iilapted to th,- eu I tn rc ..f Wheat, Rje, Com, Cot
on, ?Vc.-and in tine s tata of cultivation, will:
di nty of limber for ordinary plantation purpose*.
Th? location is noted for g>-.od health, ta"i>t ci
elieut water, a:.d inbounded with ?/iod society.
There will also bo sold many sr'icles not cai>
'eniuns--rn'- move,, snch HS lino FURNITURE,
10TT0N, Colton Giu, Thrasher uud tan, Horse
I will al-o Sell at tbs same lime and nineo,
:;') Aerea ut' JCund, more or less, adjoining
tie above, belonging tu the Estutu ol Col. F L.
LlLHoKN. deceased, ia Cue stale*of cultivation
rilh plouiv ..f ii nillir, but no buildings on it. Thc
wo Traci... bought bj tile same purchaser, woutd
uipiny twelve or ti Leen hands very profitably und
Baku a slue .-eUleuicNt.
.>i<Jt~Term.< tor both, Cash, or approved Note?,
.t One and two yeats with intort;l,*u.o beet' eulin
.ff--JT*Aiiy further information nofroerning these
*nds cheerfully given by addressing the iiiibi>cri
icr at KJgeliuld C. H., S. C. Dr. Ducket, n ar
hu place, will take pleasure in /bowing (he lacds.
A. 0. TEAGUE, Ex'*.
' Aug 22 6t 34 .
A Valuabl? F-esidence
rllE Subscriber ollera for sale the SA LC DA
HOUSE in ihe Village of lidgetiuld, S. C.,
laving IS Rooms,-III willi fire places, 2 Cellars,
4j.l Mno Basement Story. There ace un tho prem
ies a good Ki'chcu with G Rooms and 2 fire
daces, Smoke Louse, Pantry, und all necessary
utbuibiinj.-ii, with a t?nc'well of aat>:r in the
ard, and a choice Gardon s.ituebed to the place,
ll o, attached io the premires, Ls a commodious
?mide Lo', with Stalls fur Filty Hersbs, Crib,
Auings.IDui-e, sud a well ol gt HM! water.
This, dcairablo residence will answer tor either
. public ur private house. The buildings nrc
n good repair, ure located in a retired mid pleas
,ut situation, and tu*ar.y one in want of a emu
?odious and eonveniently urranged Huuso abd j
...t, the Sarnda House id respcefully offered.
For terms-and other particulars-address tho i
nbs ribcr at Edgefield C. H.
Aug 26 4 tr 34
?V7ILL ?all at p?'ilic sale, on ihe first Monday
in October ne*r, at Ee^-olield C. H., ON Iv
IOUSE AND LOT iu the V'i.iage or Edge?old,
.innerly thi'pnpcny of the lntc Ch.-.ileo Mo
Jrcgor, deceased, and now occupied by Mrs. Ste
onson, containing Half an Aero, more or less,
.nd buuu.led by labds of tho Catholic Church,
amci A. Dozier, Estate Goo. W. Landruin, aee'd.',
inn l\>*. P* Magrath, Esn..,-the SMUW having'
leen Escheated Vt the State of South "Carolina,
be deceased biviug no legal hebra, iu tais Con
<&vlrTerms made known on day of salo.
LliWIS JONES, Esehentor.
Ed-cfield C. H., Aug 31, 6t 35
A Valuate Plantation
rllE SubseFKor r lT-jrs farsale bis VALUARLE
fji.vi.jeii liautircal and Fifty Aeres,
Mora or less, JyingiO? Turkey Crcok, and bound
id hw lands of Col. J. C. Ilrookfi^Cnpt. Euga?c
Bur-, Otorgo Bland and others. This Plantation
is Mtuatod abont 7 miles North of Edgofield Vil
aga, ou tho Newberry Road, in a pleasant and
iealthy ??i al'ty, ?nd in the midst of a rofincd
iud "in agieeable neighborhood.
About one-half of this Tract of Land is cleared
ind a considerable portion-of it in a high state
nf cultivation. The other half of this Tract ie
in native fore_st- abouuding in Oak, Hickory aud
There ara on the premises all necessary planta
tion buildings-all in good repair. This Tract is
woll watered, and is one of the best rsngos Tor
eat:lc in the District.
The hind ls wc V adapted to Cotton, Cora,
-.mol Grain, .to. -
. For farthcr?informition apply to Mr. Ja?. M.
ilarriion, ai tho Shcriff'e Oflooj Ed^eftjld, S: C,
July ? t? ?.
?3?"Cborlc.?ton Ccarler will pJe-ise copy twice
a week fer ono month and forward account forth
with to this office.
THE LAND OF CORN AND WHEAT
epnUining 270 Acres, lying three milos
from Edgctteld C. ll. Tbis placa needs only to
be swen 'o be lteod. U.S. JOHNSON.
'Aii>t ll D" 32
f?r'tt?i Charleston. Conner will copy for on?
month auU Turward aeeount to this ofliec.
Cotton^a?d Wool Cards.
rfnf\ PA IK COTTON AND WOOL
Als.,, alor of ENGLISH CALF SKINS, am
SOLE and UPPER LEATHER, at wholesale o?
rataiL CHARLES HAMMOND.
HanibeuTg, Aug. ti I? **?
I . For Slier.
KAT-RAM Y, Rr.
L T? H. CLARK
A. P. WJS8T"
1 I WILLIAM SPIRES.
For Tax Collector.
JACOB HUI KT.
C. M. MAT,
W. H. HOLLOWAY,
. Vor Cferk. .
W, F. D?RL-Ohk , . '
DH. H. PA lill ER will bo h. hit 6?Eoa
regularly eKt;li dar during sale-day week ;
bm aftol tb%a bo will bnly be there ucea?ieaalij,
as hi? Pr?lcM-iouul en ?a-ruinen ts throughout the
District Jouidiid luu'-h oi his attontioD. * -
?Srj'Havii-g lo pay the highest Caah.p>i??c for
Dentistry uni.crial6, ue will hereafter wor?, ?isLl
_Sept_10__ .tf_. _sn
WE WISH to purchase FIFTY LIKELY
YOUNG NEGROES, and are prepared
to pr-.y the 114GK EST CASH PRICKS.
We have OD hand a LIKELY WOMAN WITH
FOUR CHILDREN whieh we will he pleased te
sell or exchange for Other Negroes.
GLOVER & SULLIVAN.
Jau 23 tf g
?.?efl SACKS N. C. SALT, ?ld aad d.yj
tJiJXf ?O ?. Liverpool SALT;
i.?o Ubis. N. v.. I7.G17R;
15'.? *? ami Hall ?bte. N. o. Syrup;
1U0 lioxeai- itiit < linnr.? TORACC?;
50 Ifblsr. Apple and f'each Crandy:
10 .? Finn t eru W.hieJtey ;
MALAGA and PORT WINE j
CHERRY BRAN DY md CORDIALS :
BOTTLED LIQUORS and WINES;
41 Kegs Bi-t nrh. SODA.
h ICE, MEAL, b Pl CES, Ac, Jtc.
rng?thef with a good as-orteneni of FAMILY
GROCERIES,--ou bund .-.nd f.r -.ile by
. a A.. STEVENS,
Kay 20 6m . 24
(lonniUed io the Jail
OF Ibis Di.-triol, ou the 13th insL, a negro wau
who s.iys his nam? is ELBERT, but is fro
.?neat',) cabed Albert, and that be belongs to Jas.
I King, living at Atlanta, Ga. Elbert says he was
t treated when at his wifr's h. use iu the upper
part of lois f/ixtrjet. Said E.ibcrt.is about 27
ears of aye, weighs nb >ul 1*0 pourds, is? feet
9'inches high, dark eotnplccled. No marks or -
T ue ow nor is requested to ooma forward, prove
properly, pay charges and U-ko bim aw?v, other
iviso bo ?ill bo *e*lt wilh ns tho law directs.
L. IL MCCULLOUGH, J. E. ?.
Juno 24, tf . "55
SALT FOU FARMERS !
HAVING accented tho Agency of an extensile
SALT WORKS, I will be abre te furnish
SAL I' in larpe or smali.quantities, and will be
governed by the lowest marin.:, prize in Hamburg
3. E. SOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Mar 30 SH 12
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Jr. ss es
.C. Henderson, dee'd., are requested to make
payment by the 1st day of Ootobar, 1843. ?ad
those bavin? domands against said Estate are re
quested to present them forthwith, as I deiiie to
make a final settlement on thal day.
L. CORIaEY, Adm'r.
Oct 1, 1962. ly 49
ALL persons having demmds against the Es
tate ol' William E. Middleton, dee'd., are re
e|uested M, present them lathe undersigned, and
.ihote indebted to said Estate are requested te
make immediate payment.
EMILY MIDDLETON, Adm'ix.
. Mar 4_Urn? . " .
LEAN COTTON AND LINEN RAGS oan be
sold for cash at the Advertiser office.
Any. 27 tf _J_a?
LL -persons indebted to the Estate of John R.
_, G waltney, deo'd., are requested to make pay
ment as ear y as.possihlo. Those having alain's
Against tho Estatu will present them, properly
attested, to Dr. A. G. Teague, my authorised
.igont, LUCY GWALTNEY, Ex'or.
Dee ?, 18C2. - . - ly_
ALL porsnns baring el aim s against the Estate
of. Dr. J. Harwood Burt, deo'd., ara notified
to prusisnt tbcm, properly attested, as the under
signed ls prepared to pay the same. Those in
debted to said Estate arc requested to ?ettieprompt
ly. W. M. BURT, Ex'or.
Jun 21 tf 3
ROM this date I will TAN Mit\ DRESS all
good DRY HIDES delivored a* my Yard
for ONE THIRD of the Leather-allowing the
owner of the Hides my part at the lowest market
pi ice. - WILLIS ROSS.
July 13_3m* 'ti
ALL Persons having demands against the Es
tile of J. E. Eurkbaltor, doe'd., are re
nuested io present thom, properly attested, by'
the first of October; and also those Indebted,
arc requested to make payment by that time. .
C. M. BUKKHALTER, Ex'or.
July 21?_Jts._<B _
~ WHEAT WANTED
At iiranite Mills, Angosta, Georgia.
THE* Undersigned, having purebred the above*
well-known MILLS," situated on tba Xugwe. .
ta Canal, (formerly ow nod by B.H. Warren,) will
p:iy tho HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for both
RED AND WHITE WHEAT. Parties
desiring to 'ell will picas* call on
GEO. Tm JACIaSON & CO., .
No. 24b Mesunic Hall Building, Broad St. .
Augusta, Ga., July 7 3m* * 23
ALL persons in anywise iudebted to the Estate
of E. M. Penn, deo'd.,'aro earnestly request
ed to come forward and settle up withnut delay.
Those having claims against said Esteta will ren
der them in, propwly attested, rt?n early dat*.
G. L. TENS, Adm er.
THOSE wishing to tell ^hiftt frill pie?? glva
mo a call ?s I .?Ul iatlsfv tlibhl as to regards
Dr)rer Bj & flOWERS, Agent.
V July ii -iff .
ALARGE supply or SHOE THREAD in balls
.nd hanks, f?sele by ?
Salt and Rice
IN ANY QUANTITY, to-sutt purchasers, whole
sale or by the sack.
Aleo, on bund, a largp lot COTTON YARNS.
? ... S. E. BOWERS, Agu
Hamburg, Aag 24_ tf 34
?lKf? '? AIR of the best quality of No. 10 Cot-"
AyQrXj ion Cards ever offered in Ibis ms.?ft,
M saie by S. iL Du WE RS, Agu
Hamhurgi Ang 2d ? lt H