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Some day " is tho burden of many a song
that's never done in rythia- JFLOBESCK PEIUY,
author of " Rock mo to Sleep, Mother," baa thus
given one of thenj?.
Yon smooth tho tangles Tr6m my hair,
With gentlest on ch and tenderest ?aro, ,
And count tho years ere yon shall mark
Bright silver threads among thc dark- 1
Smiling thc while to hear me soy, I
" You'll think of this-again some day, v"
Some day!'! - . i
_ it-Cj,^.'->. ?? ;. ?:.?*+? ?'.'? <]
I do not storni the power of Time, ?
Nor count oa years of fadeless, prime;
Rut no white gleams will ever shine ?.
Among thoso heavy looks of minc ;'.
Ay, laugh sa gaily as you may, >.'
f You'll thick of this agnin somo'day,
Some day l shall not feel.as new. -
Your soft hand move-about my brow- ?
I shall not slight your light commands,'
And draw the long braid; thro' my hands ;
I shall bc silent and obey- t- V]
And yon-you will not laugh that day,
. '" Some day !"
I know how long, your loving hand*
"Will fingor with those glossy bands,
When-you shall weave my last,"last crown
Of tboao thick braidings, long and brown, '
But you will see no tonch of .grey
Adorn their glossy length that day,
.. > ' . " Some day !"
And while your tears aro falling hot
Upon the lids which answer not,
You'll take from these one treasured tres?,
And leave the rest in siloc tn ess
Remembering that I used to say,
44 You'll think of tHis again SOOJO. day,
* Some day !"
The Fenian Conspiracy?
Thc misguided ant? foolish men arrested
upon the charge of conspiring to over
throw the Government of thc Queen iii
Ireland, and to set up a Republic, having
been put upon thuir tria! in Dublin, re?
Aewcd interest ?3 being felt in the matter.
It docs not appear that tho proceedings
have occasioned any serious commotion
ju Ireland ; and tho least possible sympa
thy is felt for the prisoners. In England
the whole; allai r is regarded 'simply as a
gross absurdity. The Government pros
ecutor, * how?yec, tells the public in his.
speech that this Fenwir treason was, ac
cording to arrangements, to- have devel
oped itself in a r?volution more sanguina
ry than any on record. All the Irish
aristocracy, including every possessor o?
wealth, of whatever,sooial .rank, were to
bc massacred first of al', and then thc en
tire property of the country divided
amongst the murderers - Even the priests .
were to be exterminated, because they j
refu?ed to aid the idiot* in their mad j
scheme. Towards the accomplishment of ?
their object large numbers of pikes and
guns had beet? placed in the possession ol
the Brotherhood,' tri all parts of the Jan.I.
bought with money sent from America:
The sums sent over thc Atlantic for th*
diabolical purposes in view arc represent
ed as very .considerable. Even within
the last fortnight nearly ?5,000 had been
received, accompanied by- letters from
the senders full of seditious exhortations,
to the Irish Fenians to go bravely on with
their work of blood. But, happily, mean
while, the whole plot had been discovered,
and the bubble has burst, lt is well that
the crisis came thus early, otherwise it is
quite possible mischief might by-and-bye
luive arisen, through this element of dis
cord, between England and America; for
it is asserted that thc Fenian organization
in thc States comprises no less than 300,
000 enrolled members, who have made
no S4jeretof their designs against England.
They have held great meetings in various
parts of thc Union to excite the Irish pop
ulation to subscribe money, and to volun-.
teer for active service, and have received
warm support from a portion of the New |
York press. The Times of that city, only
the other week, informed its readers that
the Fenian society was largely engaged
in wagon manufacture for array trains,
their destination beiag the Green Isle,
which it was proposed ta crjmson-with
the blood of ail its best people. This
seems to show that the Fenian movement
has been a thing of reality in America, |
though of little account hitherto in Ire
land. One may reasonably hope that
even the ?raignint'p'atriots wril now have
their eyes opened to the uselessness of]
attempting to set up a Jiepubli?in Ireland.
It is not to be done, aud the sooner they
make up their minds to bo quiet, the bet
ter it will be for all concerned.-London
The Confederate Cotton Loan.
President Johnson having plainly stated
that the American Government refuses to
recognise the debts incurred by thc Con
federates for the tarrying on of the war,
some curiosity has been excited.to know
who are thc Batisq holders of the Con
federate Loan. The Morning Star ot
Tuesday gave'somo information that is
rather startling; if,true, its authority being
a despatch from Washington. From this
document it would appear that nearly
000,000/.. was risked in this "Rebel
Loan" by our capitalists and political
men, some of them well-known person
ages. The Chancellor of the Exchequer
is represented as having invested, and, as
matters have turned out, to. have lost
2,000/.; the Hon..-Evelyn Ashley,; son
of Lord Shaftesbury, and private secreta
ry to Lord Palmerston, 500/. ; Lord
Campbell, JrjQOOf. ; -Edward . Ackroyd,*
M. P., 1,500/. ; Mr. W. J. Rideout, pro
Srietor of thc ?forninrj Post, 4,000/. ;
Ir. Delano, chief editor Of the Times,
10,000/.; Mr. Sampson, City : edi tot4-of
the Times, 15,0001. ; MK Jas. Spence, its
Liverpool correspondent^ 50,000? . the
Marquis of Bath,'5.0,000/: ; Mr, Ueresfprd
Hope, 40,000/.; Mr. W,. S,. Lind say, late
M. P., 20,000k?; Mr. Lair<L, M. P., 20,
000/.; 'a?dlas'iBalijf more, headed by SiV
Henry de Haughton, ,180,000/.; Mr. f. 8)
Bigbee, 140,000/.; Messrs. J. Campbell
and Co., 15^,000/, . We fancy/howeveY,
that most people will l>e slow to credit
the geiuiineness of ?his information,-till
confirmation of its truth sh?H have been
supplied. Tt- seems very unlikely*that
Mr. Gladstone, at all event?, should havo
committed himself to the Caldera tel
cause in this way ; and .few will be-'pre
pared to .believe ithat some j)f the other
gentlemen named possessed such large
sums of money to in vest in one particular
kind of rswurify. .">Ve hope that the
jv&oie story yW?ll prove - ly haye no ?u>
stantial 'found?tionr-London Christan
g*-$.Zu:* t v--- .
9 Eu re Ku !
A Cotbnip&nter has made discovery,
lt is lwt "an invention-not patentable,
exactly-in fact, not an absolute novelty
to inaukind in general-but-a novelty ro
cotton-planters of the shtveholding varie
ty, j It is so important -that' we gladly
give it prominence. ...
The planters have generally appceheti
i ded ft refusal of their late slaves.to work
for wages, but especially to werk so
steadily, so-constantly, tis thc successful
glowing of cotton requires, particularly,
?i.the picking season,; when continuous la
bor is required to save the fiber from in
hiry^by rain, it has been held that free
n gro labor would never answer.
Hut this planter fuis fri?d at experi
ment, and it has proved a complete suc
I ojss. Its essence is pay (Wwii. Every
night;- he*weighs tho. cotton picked by
each hand during the day, and pays over
thc stipulated price. And ho rinds it ea
sy to procure all thc hitor he wants, and
have his.Cotton picked, tts last as he wLhes.
And he recommends the fame course to
others, in the confident assurance that they
will find its results eqanlly satisfactory.
. Wo haven't a doubt of it. Individuals
may refuse to work ; but there will al
ways'be enough ready to give work for
pay down. And, if there are not enough
negroes ready to work for- pay, whites in
abundance will do it. You need not smd
to Gertiuiny-nor Ireland; you need not
even send'to'the; North ;. but only . pro
claim far and wide that you have work
to do and money to pey down for itv-and
you will have. Jaborers enough oflering
without going abroad for them.
Thc main difficulty of the South to-day
-and.it is a grave one-is gvnaral ina
bi?ity.to pay. down for labor. . If money
were abundant-or anything else that
would buy "bi ead and meat-there would
bj no lack of labor. But to ask a poor
man (white or black) to work a year for
you and be paid out'of the year's crop,
s quite another matter. His raggeJ, hun
.fry children, want all ho can carn-want
it us fast as he can earn it. If a great
Agricultural Bank could be established
"to lend every planter cash to one-fourth
thc value of his plantation, taking amort
gage as security, the - South could go to
work.at once and produce twice thc cotton
in 1800 that it can do unaided. Let. us
see if*something cflective.cannot be done
toward enabling tho planters to pay as
JL. ADDISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
. and SOLICITOR IN EQUITY will prac
iice i'd the Courts of South Cnrolina.
OfTuc, for tho pre-cut, over C. C. li ryan's Store
EDGE FIE LD C. H., S. C.
Oct 17 _ Sin , 42
TtlE undersigned would most respectfully in
form their friends an-.' patrons that they will
continue thc PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in itr
feveral department.", in the Village and adjacent
country. But ns wo have to pay dish for every.
L thing wo have to bey, we will expect the cash or
itu equivalent for our services whenever tho pa
tient is discharged.
A; G TEAGUE, -
T. J. TEAGUE.
Oct. ll tr 41
DR. II. PABKEK bu? lust returned from
the North with a NEW SUPPLY of MA
TERIALS for all the LATEST und MOST AP
PROVED STYLES OF WORK dono in this
Sept 5* tf 3C
Thc Friend* of Capt A. P. WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Candidato for Sherill' of
Edgefield at tho next election.
Nov 7_ to? 45
Wc karo been autboriiod by the Friend*
of Capt. TI. BOULWARE to announce bim a
Candidate for Sheriff of Edgcfiold District at the
Apr 12_to?_16 -
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friends of D. A. J. BELL, Esq.,
respectfully nominato him as a Candidato foi
Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct IS te 43
For Tax Collector..
Tna many Friondsol Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL respectfully nominate him as a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR at tho next eloetion. ?
Dec 6 te* 50
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION I
j A HIGHLY VSEFUL BOOK IN ?VKRY
??)-Yo- salo at this Office ? Price, $1,00. Sen
by mail for $1,15.
Nov 15 tf 46
A*LL perons having demands against thc Es
J\ tute'of Capt. Nathaniel Kurten, dee'd., will
-'please rouder the rame in to me, logally attested.,
immediately ; and thoso indebted to the said Es
tate ure required to make immedtato payment.
A. JONES, Ex'or.
Oct ll _tf_ll
A LL persons haring demand? ngn?ri't the Es
J\. tate of Win.. CarUr, dee'd^will j-leaso hand
them in at onoo, legally approved.
^' . JAS. W. FO0SHE, Ex'or.
96 Depot, Nov 1. Ot 44
Good Things for thc Multitude!
IN Storo a fresh-and varied assortment of choice
F ANC?'CANDIE.*, COCOA NUT CAKES,
GUM; PASTE, RAISINS, FIGS,
ALMOND?, COCOA NUTS,
SUGAR DUISCUITS, RUTTER CRACKERS,
ELSE, CHEESE, ?fcc, ?to.
Priceb aa cheap as tho cheapest,
f ?? . ' .S. H. HANGET,
.??ov 7 tf 43
"?TJST received and fnr rale ? nt Augusta prices
ll ' Dennis'SARSAPARILLA; .
5 MoAlUtor'ii AlI-HouHng OINTMENT;
? Dalby'a MngicaU'AlN EXTRACTOR ;
Dalbv'a CARMINATIVE; '
DEAD SHOT for* Worm?.
HODGES ?t JENNINGS.
;NOV. 14 ti 40.
For Rent -
rpO RENT from the fin-t <if.0ct?.Wr f>r twclrc
.-JL.m''Ulbi or longer, a DELIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE In tho suburbs of Edgefield'Village.
.Thc Lot coocaius Thirty (3Q) Acres, newly im
proved. Apply at thia Office.
Aug 23 i tf 34
foliating- House Calendar for 1800.
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% J. PELLETIER,
fOlTers to tho citizens of Edgefield and ad
faining DUtrieU a FIXE ASSORTMENT
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
JAINI Fancy Coads for the Toilet,]
\ TO BE HAD AT HIS DRUG STORE,
V HAM HU KG. S. C.
POLLARD, COX & CO.,
P?o. 20.7 Broad Street,
WILL give prompt attention to tho SALE
and PURCHASE of COTTON., COTTON
GOODS, and all articles of Merchandize, COUN
TRY PRODUCE, ?c. Consignments from all
ALWAYS ON HAND A FINE LOT OF
Port, Sherry and Claret Wines,
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS,
SALT, CHEESE, SOAP, MACKEREL,
SEGARS, BROOMS, BUCKETS, CANDLES,
And all other articlos usna'ly kept, in a FIRST
CLASS GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, all of
which will bo sold for thc lotvost possible cash
W. J. POLLARD,
JNO. T. COX,
Late of tho firm of C. N. WALKER <t Co.
Auguslu, Nov 27 tf -IS
JOHN & TH0S> A, BONES,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
RESPECTFULLY announce fo thc Merchant*,
Fanners and Planters of EJgtfidd and ad
jacent Districts, that they uro now in receipt of n
VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK of
HARDWARE MB ?E?LERY
Which in point of SUPERIOR FINISH, FIRST
QUALITY AND REASONABLE PUICES, will
compare favorably with any similar House In thc
Southam States. ?
gr* Wo aro determined, as heretofore, lo give
ontiro SATISFACTION, to ORO ami all. Thank
ful to our Carolina friends for thc liberal trade
they have oxtondod t> us in the past, wo hope to
offer them such inducerants now and heroaftcr as
will secure us a continuance of their patronngo.
JO-UN & THOS. A. BONES.
Augusta, Nov. 58, 3m. ' 47
HAS JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
OF STAPLE AND FANCY
UNSURPASSED 'IN AUGUSTA
FOR BEAUTY & QUALITY.
Tho attention of tho ladies is most respectfully
solicited to examino this stock, consisting of .
iii ch figured silks, bl'k aud colored ;
Plaid poplins ;
Striped poplins ;
Plaiu poplins ;
White nipacca Tor evening dresses
G ri sa I le clotli.
Figured and plain French merino ;
Balmoral skirts ?iud li oap skirts ;
Breakfast shawls ;
Cloaks and sacks;
Prints .and figured do laines-;
Ca s si m cr es, satinets and jeans ;
And n great variety of other goods too
numerous to mention.
THOSE IN WANT OF
D RI GOODS
Will lose nothing by examining tliis
stock before purchasing elsewhere. -Ile
will sell nt
Wholesale and Retail.
DUTCH BO LT I IN IT CLOTH.
Angustn, Nov 20 . ou
Lost or Mislaid
ANOTE or SINGLE RILL on Robt. Lanier
for Eighteen h ii nd rod ?nd sixty-six dollars
?nd uin.:ty.fik-o cvnls ($rSf.fi,0.i) dated 1:1th -May,'
lSO^.anil duo ono day arter the date thereof, and
payable to" Robt.' D. Brimson, or hearer. All
persons oro forewarns! not to trado for said note
as it hos not boon paid. '
ROBT. D. BRUNSON.
flor.'27, . 4t. -IS.
" . 224 BllOAp STEET, :
AUGUSTA, Q- E OUGIA.
The Only Regular Gent's, Boys and Children^
IN TIIE^CITY^ m 1 ' ;
224 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA., .
Avfi. constantly receiving supplies, of FINE READY-MADE
CLOTHING for Gent's, Boys and Children, manufactured out
of best Cassimeres, Pilot Cloths, and fine black Doeskins.
Silk Undershirts ;
Wool Undershirts ;
Merino Undershirts ;.
English H alf-H ose ;
Merino and Woolen Half-Hose ;
Gloves of all kinds ;
Boots and Shoes ;
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags ;
Eine Fur Hats ;
Pocket Combs ;
Dressing and Fine Combs :
India Hubby Rouud Combs;
Fine Ivory Black Combs;
Pins and Needles ;
Buttons, a large variety ;
Perfumery, Soaps. &c.
And in fact Everything in the linc of Yankee Notions.
All of winch wc will sell at LOW PRICES, as we Rave not sufficient ioom to keep
TO THE PUBLIC.
The above Firm have established a Manufactory of Clothing, in New York City,
and a Jobbing and. Wholesale House in the Ci! ; of Augusta, where they are con
stantly receiving Goods of the best quality, and offering the same at reduced prices.
One of our Finn remains in New York all the while, and is-atall times selecting
Goods with great care for this market. With an experience of eight years in this
City, they arc enabled to anticipate the wants of the Southern public. They can
and will sell ... . - - -
25 Per Cent. Lower
Than any other House in the Southern States.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do,well by examining our Stock, as we have
an assortment of Goods that cannot fail to satisfy their wants.
. I. Simon & Co?5
THE ONE PRICE HOUSE,
224 Broad Street, 3 Doors below Central House.
Augusta, Nov 25
HORT-OK S WALTON,
. . AUGUSTA, GA.,
f?'A-VE recently made large additions
to their Stock, and will keep np their sup
plies by constant receipts. They now
otter at Wholesale and Retail :
50 bags prime Rio Coffee.
20 pockets Old Java Coffee.
100 barrels Sugar, all grades.
20 half-chests Hyson and Imperial
10 " English Breakfast and
Black Te: s
100 whole and half boxes Star Candles. &c
10 boxes Patent Sperm Candles
50 " Steam Refined Candy
100 boxes Cheese, N. Y. State and English
10 barrels Cider Vinegar
100 bags Shot, assorted sizes
50 packages Mackerel, whole, quarter
and half bbls
50 kits Mackerel and Salmon
5 bbls Blue Fish
50 boxes Smoked Herring
3 cases Sardines, in quarter boxes
Butter, Soda, Oyster and Sugar Crackers
25 bbls Gibson's Whisky, all grades
20-ckses Old Bourbon and Cabinet Whisky
10 " ? Brandy
5 bbls Rock Spring Rum
Sherry Wine and pure Juice Port
20,000 Domestic and Imported Segars
Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Soda,
Cream Tartar, Soaps, bar and fancy,
Wood Wave, Sieves, Brooms,
Brushes, Clothes Lines, Matches, . j
Lobsters, Oysters, &c., iu cans,
Pickles, Sauces, ocr.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
Salt and Iron.
. Augusta, Nov. 20," Ira 47
SAMUEL II. SrBL'BT, ?EoncE R. SIB?.KT.
I SIBLEY &' SONS, '
NO. C, WARRED-BLOCK,
HAVE EXCELLENT CLOSE BRICK STOR
AGE ROOM for COTTON,-will either soil
tho samo in August?, or mako liboral CASH AD
VANCES on consignments to Mccsrt. GUION k
CO., Liverpool, . Eurdnnd.-or to Messrs. WIL
LIAMS k GUION, New York. ,
They also keep constintly a GOOD ASSORT
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
SUGAR, COlfFEE, MACKEREL,
AHgusta?Nov20 Jin 47
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
THE attention of Ibo Public and tho trade il
invited to our NEW SCALE 7 OCTAVE ROSE
WOOD "PIANO FORTES, which for volumo and
purity of tone arc unrivalled, by any hitherto of
fcrod in this market. Thoy contain nil tho mod
orn improvements, French Grand Action, Harp
Podnl, Iron Frame, Over-Strung Baa?, and
each instrument being made under tho personal
supervision of Mr. J. II.'GROVESTEE.N, vrho has
had a practical experienco of over 35 yenrs in
llioir manufacture, is fully warrantod in every
The "Grovestcen Piano Fortes"
received the award of merit
over all others at the celebra
ted World's Fair.
Whero wore exhibited instruments from tho best
makors of London, Paris, Germany, Fbiladel
phia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; :ind also
at tho American Institute for five successive
years, tho gold and silver medals from both of
which can bo seen at our ware-room.
By tho introduction of improvements wo make
a still more perfect Piano Forte, and bj' manu
facturing largely, with a strictly ca3h system,
aro enabled to odor theso instruments at a prieo
wbich will preclude all competition.
PRICES-No. 1, Seven Octavo, round corners,
Rosewood plain easo, $276.
No. 2, Soven Octave, round cornors,
llosowood heavy moulding, $300.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corners,
Rosewood, Louis XIV style, $325.
Terms: Net Cash in Current 'Funds
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
Now York, Oct 1!) [A tc] ly 43
t MU m
TnE Snbscripcr respectfully nnnouncos to the
public that bc still continues tho
Furniture and Undertaking Business
At his old stand, whore ho is prepared to fill all
orders in cither branch of tho ubovo business, at
tho shortest notico, and on as reasonable ternis ns
thc times will allow.
Mr. JAMES PAUL is in chargo of th* ostnb
Hsbinont, and will give his undivided attontion to
tho business of tho Shop.
,26er TERMS C?SU.-^X
. J. M. WITT.
Sept 5 tf : 36
Axes and Nails.
ON hand Two Dozen Suporior AXES. Also
Fivo Kegs C and S Penny NAILS.
J. R. CARWILE A CO.
Nov 3 _2t ' 45
Cr?ckery and Tin Ware.
IN Store Mid for salo choap, a first rate supply
of CROCKERY nnd TIN WARE. Call and
and examino it. J. R. CARWILE ? CO.
Nov 7 2t 45
?Ni, Store, Snperior MACCAftONI, CORN
STARCH, ISINGLASS, sparkling .GELA
TINE, ?fcc. .
HODGES & JENNIN?S.
Nov. 14, .." tf 4?.
rHE-Snbscribcr has just returned frnn> Char
les lon wl?b a good lot if ' .' V
Colored and MouruingOALI?O??.S'j-:, ^s??
H ich and handsome DELAINES ; .
Black ALPACCA and French CHAPE ; * -
Jaconet and Swiss MUSLINS;. '"' - .
A line array'of BRILLIANTS* '
Barago VEILS and Black Love VEILS ; . -
Kentucky JEANS and TWEEDS; ' .' '
Beautiful CASSIMERESj :
Red, White and Canton FLANNEL.- . . . ?
Brown, Bleached and Soo. UranM SHIRTING ;
Ladies' and Misses Whito and Black'BOSE j ,
Men's Half HOSE'; ; '
IrL-h.LINEN ; -.'.'. : ' ? " .?
Ladies' and Gent's Linen Cambric IPD'K'l^. '
Silk HANDKERCHIEFS ; rA'iU* ?
Colored. White and Black SPOOL' COTTON;
Flax THREAD ;. . . .. . . K
Lastlos Coat BUTTONS r . ' ; .
Vest, Horn, Pearl and Col'd Agato BUTTONS;
LINEN TOWELS; . .'
Ladies' and Misses HOOP. SKIRTS ; :
Patent Leather and Silk BELTS;
India Rubber Round ?OMBS :
Dressing COMBS and HA1SPIXS ; .
Coarse and Fine COMBS ; "
NEEDLES, PINS, HOOKS & EYES ;
SCISSORS and POCKET KNIVES:
Hair BRUSHES ;
Pocket BOOKS and WATCH KEYS, Ac.
Ono Crate CROCKERY WARE;
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, CANDLES;
Turpentine and Fancv SOAPS;
SOLE and UPPER LEATHER, io.
.' JC assortment Ladies', Misses, Men's, Boys .
V . i.-bildren's SHOES.
. All of which will be SOLD LOW FOR CASH
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
CctlT tf 42 .,
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, '
/AT ORDINARY. ?
? Susan Winn, "j
W. J. Ready, Guar, ad litem,
Chas. Winn, Lafayette Winn,
Ann D. Wino, LiuraWinn.
BY an order from tho Ordinary,T shall proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Mundav in January next, for Partition, tho
REAL'ESTATE of HIN CH Y WINN, deceasod,
consisting of .
A Parcel'or Tract of Land,
Lying and being in thc District and* State afore
said, on the waters nf Indian Creek- containing
Two hundred and Eighty (280) acros, mora or
1er?, bounding on lands of Jeremiah Mobley, El
dred G rice, John T. Nicholson and others.
Terms, Cash in Gold or Silver. Titleroxtra. '
W. SPIRES, S E.D.
Dec 2 4365_ 4t_ 49
State of South Carolina,
, IN EQUITY.
Winney Padgett, et. al. *) '
M. A. Padgett, et. al. j . . '
Y Virtne of an order from tho.Court in this
case, I will sell at thc resid? neu ?f Mrs.
Winny Padgett, on WEDNESDAY, itio 20th
DECEMBER NEXT, tho following i'.-oporty
mentioned in the pleadings, to wit: ONE TRACT
OF LAND, containing SOU acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of James D. Watson, Manchester
Padgett, Dr. L. S. Smith and others. .
Also', ' . ;
STOCK OF HORSES, .CATTLE, HOGS,
? PLANTATION" TOOLS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
4c, 4c, ti?.
Land to bo sold in several tracts, which willie
more particularly described on'day of sale.
Sold on a credit of th J years with int-rest from
day of sale, interest to be paid annually. Pur
chasers to give bonds with nt least two good sure
lies, and inortgago of tho land lo secure thc pur
chase money. Costs a ad expenses of ?alo to bo
paid in cash.' Titles extra.' " . '
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD .DISTRICT, * s
IN ORDINARY. . '
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge?
fiold District. ' .'- .
Whereas. John E. McDonald,' has applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, righU -und'credits
of James A. McDonald, late of tho District afore
said, dee'd. , i .
Thoso ar?, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
docoased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to beholden
at Edgefield C. H., on the Kith day of De'cVinst.,
to show cause, if any, why tho said administration
should not be granted.
Givon uudor my hand and seal, this 2nd day of
Dec. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and. sixty-five, and in the 'JO th year of
the Independence of tte United States of Amer
W. F. DURISOE, O.S.D.
Dec. 5, 2t . 40
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
W,horcas, Z. W. Carwi'.e.e.K.E D. has- applied to
mo. for Letters of Administration, on all and sin
gular tho goo.'s and chattels, rights and credits of
Daniel McDoweilJato of tho District aforesaid,
Those are, therefore, to cito and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and croditors of the said
deceased, to be and appoarbeforc mc, tit our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District,to be holden
at Edgefield Court House, on the lOih day of
Jan. next, to show eau?-*, if any, why the said
administration should not bo grantod.
Given under my hand and sea], this 1st day
af Dec, in the year of our Lord ono thous
and eight hundred and sixty-five, and in tho
ninetieth year of the sovereignty and Indepen
dence of tho United States of America.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Doc. 5, Ct 40
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Z. W. Carwile, C.E.E.D. has applied to
mc for Letters of Administration, on all and singn-'
lar tho goods and chattels, rights and credit? of
Irvin Clogg, late of tho District, aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to bo and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to ho holden
at Edgefield Court House, on tho 10th day of Jan.
noxt, to show causo, if any, why tho said adtnin
stradoa should not be^ranted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 1st day
of Dec. in the year of our Lord one thousand ?
sight hundred and sixty-five, and in tho UOth
year of the Independence ot" the United States of.
W. F. DURISOE, o.E.n.
.Dec. 5, Ct 49
State of South Carolina.
IN ORDINARY. .
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo
Whcroas, Z, W, Carwlle C. E.E. D. has applied to .
mc for Letters of Administration, on oil MK! slrjgu
lar the goods and chattels, rights and' credit* of I
William Riddle. ?tu vf. tbeOuUict aforesaid,
dee'd. ?? ' . ... *'</*.?
These arc, therefore, to cito and admonish all ;'
ind singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear ' before tne, at our
next Ordinary's Court for tho raid District, to bo
holden at Edgefield Court House, on the 30th day
of Doc. next,'to* show -cause, if ?ny, why the
said administration should not bc granted. ia J
Given under my hand and seal, this 20th d/iy of
Nov. in .tho yoar of f]our Lord .one thousand ? .?
eight hundred and six^ -five, and in the 99th.
year of the Independence of the Unitad States, r
of America. 'I' ... . .' ,
W. F. DURISOE. ?.?.D. ',