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The Devil and tko Lawyer.
Tho dovil carno op to tbe oorth on? day,
Aud i:.io th*- Court ifouio ho wcuded bu way,
Jus: a?< au ?tturuey, with v?ry grave face,"
Was proceeding to argue the points of a case.
Now, ? lawyor bia majesty nevar had seen,
Tor to bis dominions nono over had boon,
And ha MtMbfLMSStti the ruin/u to know,
Why none bad bt?n T<.-;H U> the.regions below.
'T.ras thc Amit ot kiiugeuis Uis u?ij'.-atj thought,
Why non? ?d' these lawyer? had ever b-.en caught,
A a i i< r hi? owu plea* u r had a desire,
lo tfo'iue to tho ourdi, u.u? lb.? rcisau inquire.
Wwii, the lawyer ?ose with a viaage si? grave,
.V .J<> out hi3 r.|???u\ftt i eons??in?te knave ;
And ?ha Uoyii wkt re* 'y ;;-r?.airy amused,
Tu he.iT tho attoraoy fy e rc?t?y .?bu>ed.
A? ?50:1 s? :\ ? S|;?ike< li4 ; (..?* td .? oloso.
Tac counsel opp sing thou aneoiy <*ro?e,
Aud heaped such abuso ou thu h ?..J of tbo first,
And m-dc bim a riU?iii, of ail'moa ibo worst.
Thus they quarreled, contended and argued so
'Twas h.trd to d>t<*ruiine tho one that was wrong,
Aad concluding bed benrd quito enough of thc
O'J Nitric turu*. J ?way,'-nd coiiloquizxd thus:
" if all th- y h.ire.?iti i uf each other be trio,
TV 1?.vii h.?? Hafrt !y i-oe-i io11 d ot Ila <iue;
I'll ??i S-- I t vr, "ti? ?I! v-.-ry wi- ',
r'.?r lb JSC liwj?is wuuld lum lb? marali of bell
.. Th?y h ive pu?ztcd thu Court aub their viiui-u
Aud I'm free to roufess, they have puzzled thi
My agents are right to let lawyers alone;
-If I bad them, they'd Bwiudlo me out of my
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Kjsterics of the Beehive.
The celebrated Rev. Dr. Cumming, ol'
England, recently delivered a lecture ?ti
Liverpool on Bee?, Beehives, and Bee
Master*, from which we take the follow
ing extract, aa reported in an English
paper : ~ '
fhtr lecturer ?vitnrncnce.d by ??xn!amuig
why he.lind chosen this subject, and hu?
he hud acquired his -information. Ile
was in the habit, with his wife and chil
dren, of going down lo a cotudo in Kent
in the sum mer mouths, and, as had been
wisely said, th*! bow must not be always
beut, he had sought out amusement in
hours that he could spare from those du
ties which devolved upon hito as a minis
ter, that he had found that amusement in
studying the hi>e, a:id the result of tim!
study was the observai ion s which he
would lay before them. At his cottage
he had nearly a dozen hives: some ol
them had glass windows, and some had
not. Frequently during, the day he sat
by these hives, listened to the music ot
the inhabitants, and watched their habits,
and.jotted down such* observations as oe
curred to him. The lecturer proceeded
to describe the inhabitants of the hive:
There were not three dilferent kinds ot
'btes, but three species of bees, in the
same hi-.'e-the queen bee, tho working
bee, and the drone bee. There was a
division of labor among t&4 working bees.
There were the bees that collected the
honey, bees that collected bee-bread for
thc nourishment of the young brood,
bees appointed to shape the cells, ethers
to guard the hive, and lastly, bees to ven
tilate the hive. It was a ourious fact that
the honey bee did not go from flower to
flower, but selected- one flower, upon
which it settled, and labored at that single
He could take any of his bees, in his
hand without any fear of their stinging
'' him ; but if a stranger went near, the
guards at once suspected him and imme
diately flew at him. The sentinels re
lieved each other at intervals, moulting
guard three or four times. If a hive
were watched, it would be found that
those who were appointed a> ventilators,
came to the mouth of the hive four or
five at a time, and using their whigs as
fans kept up a current of air, so that the
other workers labored in a moderate tem
perature, lt was a curious fact, and well
worthy of notice, that if a bee master, in
order to ventilate the hive, made a hole
in the top, the bees immediately closed
it up. From this, it would seem thnt the
bees krf?w that fresh air was essential to
healthy life, but the draught was perni
In describing the queen bee, and thc
great deference and attention p&id it by
the other bees, the reverend doctor said
that he had observed that the bees were
very fond of st-ong drink, and especially
of rum sweftened with sugar. On one
occasion he found the bee3 in one of his
hives declining, and he gave them some
rum to revive them. In stead, however,
of libing it as a medicine, they drank tc
excess ; lor, on looking into the hive sub
ser|uently, he lound the Jadios in wailing,
instead of behaving themselves in their
u^tal decorous manner, .tumbling about
and the queen her:Hjif very tottering, hi
fact, they had got so drunk that though it
was in November, they thought it was
swarming time, and rushed out of thc
hive, but the frosty air soon sent tborr
back to their hive and to their sobii
Of the drones or male bees, lhere wert
from 1500 to 2000 in a hive, lt inigb
be asked what was the use of 2000 dront
bees in a hive, since the queen only se
lected one as her husband, and if th?
husband'died, never married another, bd
remained a widow. Well this was a puz
zling question. Ile had made a discove
ry, which led him to adopt a theory whicl
he must acknowledge had been opposer,
by certain able apiarians. During th<
breeding time, when the bens were'deyel
oping in the cells appointed .for. the pur
pose, the temperature was never less that
80 to 1)0 degrees. During tie cool 0
the morning, until twelve at noon, tlx
drones remained in the hive. Attwelvi
they went out for an hour or so, and the?
returned to the hive, remaining until th
evening. Ile noticed that the. Time 0
their absence was just when thc sun wa
the hottest, and thc drones being fat, h
believed that they . remained in thc hiv?
to keep up the heat. The drones wen
dtunken, lazy fellows. As soon, as th
queen hts selected her husband, the othe;
males bagan to sip the honey, never doinj
any thing to Jceep up the 6tores of lh<
hive. The other bees must have learnt*
somewhere 6he~ maxim, that if any mar
will hot. work neither, shall he eat'for a?
soon as they begin to fill thc hive.-wltl
honey, they garroted the' drones one
threrwth?tn ont "of tir? luve,''
Thi l?oturer then rwmted ?ut.the foll)
and. wickedueaa of tam wWusm?th(
commo??8traw hives> iburtsti tlte'bees^tt
get the honey . The ne.-we're*. threfc differ
ent J&jjlfcof ^ives.fty which this' migh
be ivoi3od*~the storying-,- ihe .'col latera
and the nach* hrves.t these njej^odj
the bee nias"t?r ' sfW?fj.. hts ' bees and ob
tain?cl bon^y-R^r eater quantity and pu
rer in" quality. - ile thought that any otu
living in the country might.,iuake ?8 tc
?10 a year by 'kiping g?teiF so that t
cottagerpjigh^tKus- j^y, hkrf^(': $t
enumferaCkT?fce e??nwesr. of^oe bae-^tir
wasp, th&tp)<&?&?Xomllt, the snail sod
,tes#& Tkc ?BOD/ ufan,
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however, was coan, -when he obtained the
boney by using sulphur. In speakrug of
the excellent memory of the bee and its j
?dfecliotmte nature, thc lecturer said that
he might iu summer time be freqnently
/bund covered with bis bees, who all knew
him, and therefore would not sting him.
A lifetime miyht be spent in investiga
ting the mysteries hidden in a bee hive,
and still half of ihe secrets would be un
discovered. Th3 formation of the cell
has long been a problem for thc mathe
matician, whilst the changes which the
honey undergoes offer at least an equal
interest-to the chemist. Every one knows
what boney fresh from tho comb is like. !
ft is clear yellow syrup, without a tracc'j
of ysoltd sugar in it. Liu.u straining,.
:i<>,vovi-i\ it grad itally it^Uiiihi^c'rystit!- j
.;..e appearance-i. candie*, iw th.? saying
is, aud ultimately bf cuines,"a solid-lump
of sugar. It has not been suspected that
this change was due to u photographic ac
th?? ; that the same sgt-nl which alters
?hiv molecular arrangement (iffthe;iodine
of silver on the excited collodion plate,
.md d?.'terniines the formation of camphor
.md iodine crystals in a bottle, catirvs the
syrupy honey to as-iime a ^crystalline
V-H OI. This, however, is the casi*. Mi
Scheibler has enclosed honey in stoppered
.l.i-u>, sonic of which he has kept- ::: n&r
?wct darkness, whilst others have. b-:en ex
l*os<id to the light. The invariable re
.uits have been that ibo sunned portion
i-upidly crystallizes, whilst that kept, in
the dark has remained- -perfectly Liquid.
We now see why bees are so careful to
work in perfect darkliest), and why they
are so careful to obscure the glass win
dows which are sometimes placed in their
hives. The existence of their young de
pends on the saccharine lood presented
to them, and if light were allowed access
to this, thejsyrup would grad nail y acquire
a more or less solid consistency ; it would
seal up the ce)lsv And in all. probability
prove faf al 'to th<? inmates of the hive.
SotmiKUN CLAIMS- Persons at lb*
filil? often desire to kn>?w what chance
Inhere is of gelling claims through :it
Washington; ft may bc useful to lei
.utch persons know that it is the most
difficult matter imaginable to get am
claim from the South considered in the
departments. It seems that thc settled
policy of the departments is to postpone
all claims from the South. The Congres*
has, by resolution, resolved not to eon
jider any claims from the South during
this session. In the Court i.f Claims no
claim can be presented, except from one
who has bern " hj/nT all the time, Tht
Court of Claims and Congress, ihereforc,
are entirely closed to Southern claims,
and the departments mete out justice
with a uig^nrd hand. So the matte;- now
stands. It is certainly to bo hoped that
some day ?sense of returning justice will
prompt those in authority to do better
thnn they are now doing.-Washington
Cor. Augusta Constitutionalist.
^ABSENT Mixr.sn.-A good ston is rc
lated of a conductor on one nf the rail
roads centering in a certain village, who
was a strict church-going man, and was
always found promptly in his church on
the Sabbath. Une Saturday evening his
train was in very late, aud he did not
take his customary amount of.sleep
which, however, did not prevent him of j
attending divine service as usual. During
thc service, he unwittingly fell into a
troubled sleep, soothed by monoto
nous voice of the clergy ma:.. All at once
he sprang from his seat, thrust his hand
under his arm, and giving his neighbor in
front a push, shouted: ''Tickets, sir!'"
The startled neighbor sprang to his feet
also, which thoroughly aro tu cd the con
ductor who, looking wildly around, and
seeing all eyes turned towards him, in
stantly comprehended his position, and
.'?lid" amid a suppressed titter from the
A man in Atlanta had a well nearly
filled with rubbish which he wanted
cl?rated out. The freedmen in that coun
try are not much in favor of work and
aro difficult tn hire; lut the owner or the
well quickly started a story that ail iron
-safe belonging to the express company,
and full of gold, had been thrown into
the well when the city was evacuated. Jn
les? than an houfrhis yard was fi!h.-d with
negroes who cleaned out bia well in al
uriost no time. But they' didn't find the
. 7TU REGIMENT,' 6. C. MIX III A,
Spocvtfcjj) CiH? S. C., April 2.id, tsfii).
?>P?QTX? ?ltDEIi, XV. 1.
?Tlu Ttl* Hegt, S. 9. Militia, bavto? failed to
. organize nailer (JvocTnl Order, No. X, ?roas
Krigado Head-Quarters, tad it bein;* presumed
lethal thu no-.ioe w>ia too short, tho Urigmld Coni
'nat dur urdors that thc tims for yaiJ organization
bo extended to Fri-tay, 27th April inst, at whicli
timi; thc organisation ?hall uAu pLcc.
II. Should auy of tho 'Sat. Companies agaio
fail to organize, tho Colonel -commanding is di
reotcd to appoint ruiuble Company officers for
each boat that fails to elect tLom, and to have the
enrollment mado -as provided by lair.
III. The following unmcd men ure appointed,
to manage the election in eich JJ ea; :
Turkey Creek-il. B. Wever nnd J. A. Bland.
Edisto-lt. Gregory and Ii. Crap}.
Shaw's Creek-M. ?liles and M. Lott.
Horn's Croik-A. Swenrengin nniTSam'l Roper.
.Uaw Gap-J. M. CjiUor and JDO. Ilvynoldx.
.tlauiburg-Harrison Dudor arid llob't. flotuton.
Beach Island-J?. Xl. Hammond and Wallace
Horse Creek-M. F. Dean and "C. J. l'ardue.
IV. Tho managers will be careful to advertise
the election nt least teu days before the day ot
eloclion, at the clcctii ii precinta of their rojpec
V. The managers, or ene manager from each
Bo.it, sh ill meetattbo Regim-.-ntnl Muster Ground
on Saturdny 28th Aprii, count over tho vote.--, aud
forth witt tranrmit to tho Brigadier Geteral and
tho Colonel, written statement*, showing tho re
sult of tte election for Field and Company officers,
certified by all thc managors present at such
VJ. The CupUins of those companies which
organized under Gen. Or-Jor No. I, from Bridad*
Head Quarters, will nt once enroll ult (Vee white
mon auhjent to Militia duty uodor jjjm Law of Ute
?taco, and bolongiag to thai* rospewRvo liente.
l:?G. LAT? HAM,
Cot. Cowd'fc. Tih Rsg'c a. e. M;
April 17 2t 1 16
Wines and Liquors.
ALL kind* of CHOICE WINES. COGNAC
URANDY, HOLLAND GIN nnd the BEST
WHISKEY kept constantly on(bnnd.
If you desiro a good articlo foriiimily uso frc to
- D. F. .McEWEN. .
I will sell a fine anicle of Bourbon by t c gal
lon ot Augusta prices by tho barrel.
Mar 27 tf ' 13
Direct and Fresh.
JUST recvl ved i'ireot and ?ro?h, a large stock
A, B and C SUG AR ;
'-' RIO COFFEE, n.flrst rate article j
. :,S?G*.S. ttf?MS>; .
CLEAR' SILES.an.j SHOULDERS ;
MESS ?ACIvl?R??L iu'Kitts .' '. / '"
' j Superior TEAS, Ac, 4c.
i 'Also, always ?JJ hand a.iplondUlarlicle of CA
??AL FLOUR, at tho loweri market price
?" " ' ,? " .'/ S. il BOWERS.
j Ham burg, Mar 27 tf .la
Just Bec^i^d, ;,
? FBB?a ir^uply of Italian M^CCABOil;.
55fflB??Pte^ ?.. . .': ml
i ;ii^r*r?dVa?v?..a.. . j.-. ?. .>.. v.c.\
. !|W.SR-ii?p|aik8: . V
. JKSH H0?K8, *e., ici . .. ,
G. H; MEYER,
Hmm OF ALL KISBS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, OUTEERY, ?fcc.?
And will sell ut th?LOWEST'PRICES at Retail
Mr. JOHN BOHLER. formerly of Hamburg,
"ra.iy ut all thee* ho found Wi :ov Store, and Trill
be pleased to *e? hU old F. Ljo3.dd frionds and
fi. II. JHKYr.K,
M4 Dro.vl Street. Asjuitn, Ga.
Feb 5 S.a C
-:-'. g -?
Cooking Stoves, rind Ranges.
Wc are offering to our eus
tomors the most approved
kinds of the above, varying
in price from %2Q to ?120,
according to kirrd and size.
Every Stove or Hange will
he guaranteed to operate per
fect]}* as represented at the
time of sale.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta,. Feb 1366, 9
Our Stock of tile above com
prises almost every article for
comfort and convenience in
house-keeping, and we shall
be happy to show t he goods
to all who will cnll upon us.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
ed Pails Cedar Pails, Cocoa
Dippers, Rat Traps, Wash
Boards, Wash Tubs. Plough
Lines, Cotton Cards, &c, for
sale low by
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
2oo Broad St.
Augusta, Feb ?866, 9
Biscuit Ovens, Biscuit-Spi
ders and Ex ira Oven Covers
of all sizes, for sale at low
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866. 9
SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO
Baagh's Raw Bene
fllMmff: I iE !
13aragli & Sons.
MA KUFAG TIMERS & PR OP H?ETORi
. No. 20, South Delaware Avenue,
This valuable MANURE har been before tlx
agricultural public, under ono narre, for twe?ri
years past, and its character for vigor of actiot
and permanence in effect is well established. Be
fore thc war it was introduced to somo extent it
tho Southern States, and was found to Lc highly
folio;?, Tobaeco and al! Crops,
Ar.d as a perfect substitute for Peruvian Gu
mo, (afforded al less than ono half the cost,) i
hus been adopted by agriculturists of known in
telligence and discrimination; It is warrantot
not to cxbrut-t tho soi-'., but on the contrary per
inaoently to improve it. Tho s*!es now amourr
to many thou-and tons annually, and tho faeili
tins for UJ manufacturo :re extenrl\ e. and com
Pamphlet describing its distinctive claims, maj
b? bad on application to tho nnduriigriod, aeon
of the maunfacturors, from whom tho MAN URI
ni'.y at al! times bu obtained.
?Kf-Planters and Dealers would'do well ti
-end in their orders early to;.
J. O. BIA'ri??lWSOJV,
. Qtinoral Agosto,
Feb 13 tf 7
S. M. JONES & Z, As RICE.
irTirE respectfully invit? Our old friends and thi
rr travelling public to give ut a call. Noth
iag ihr.ll bo wanting on our part to satisfy tho in
ncr and outer wants sf man.
J ON HS A RICE.
P. S. Tho Georgia and Central Railroad raonej
taken at 65 cents., the Union Bank of South Car
ol'.na at f>0 cts., and tile bank of Athens 30 cts.
^ugusta, Nov. 20, tim 47
BTW CftftT in pg |
T. M. BONKS, . J .AS. HENDERSON
BONES & HENDERSON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "
Trunk s^Taliscs aa<l topet iiajs
No. 1S7 Broad Sirreel;,
IAVE recently opened, next door to Boxes
Hardware House, n Y FRY LARGE am
VARIED ASSORTMENT of
BOOTS & SHOES,'
Whioh were purchased from tho best maaufactu
rors nt low prices, and whioh'they aro nowsellin;
Wholesale and Retail, as -reasonable- os any othci
House in Augusta.
/gy~Tho Pcoplo of Edgofiold find tho adjoin
ing Districts aro invited to give t: a Jail.
C$WferehanU will do.-woll [fa examino oui
complete Stock before purchasing ehouhero.
August?., Doc 5 . 6m- -49
?0 LL persons indebted to tho Estate of J01I5
ia. QUATTLEBA.UM, dea'd , will please maki
immediat? payment*,'and 'all'person ? haring de
mands.against tho"s*id E<Ute arc rcqueeled tc
prcrcnt thom, duly atteste-', to tho undersigned al
the Ive rcsidonco of .the deceased.,on cr before
the 30th day^ftfanttary Wir, bs tb<tr6 wllbbo a
final settlement ot the E?late on that.dayj . ?jr .
. I'M glMEORvCOJGiHU?iN, E'-t'on" '
. Jan SO' :\f '< '*:'.: v . - i'fe
[fr-'-- * ?'?.?? .-'i- ' :.,. . , j
AT^At-titoj* W?lr*kR*V>airbr-$ffop, a To?
of ?PL^?R&ID ?UJiNlNGT CEOCJte.'vcr/
law. Warran ted jp keep tia o.
*** a "*$.
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
TITE attention of thc Public and the trsde is
invited to nr.r Nsw SCALE 7 OCTAVR ROSE
WOOD PI.'.NO PORTES, which for.volume sud
parity pf tor.o ure unrivalled, by ar.j hitherto pf- .;
fored in this market. They conmia a?l ,he uxJ
ern improvements, Trench Grand Action, llarp
Pedal, Ir(.n rmiuiyOrcr-Stning B.i*s, Ac, and
each in.-trumont bein? made under (he personal
ropervUion ut Mr. J. ll. GnovesTrks, who ha?
hail a practical experience of uvcr 35 years in
their manufacture, ia fully warranted in every
The "Grovesteen Piano Fortes"
received the awaiti of merit
over all others at the celebra
ted World's Fair.
Whcro were exhibited instrument! from tbc lest
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, BustoD nod New York ; and also
at tho American Institute for five suceoscivc
years, thc g<;ld und ?ilvcr medals from both of
which can bc seen at our ware-room.
By tho introduction of improvements we moke
a still moro perfect Piano Forte, and by manu
facturing largely, with a strictly cash system,
arc enabled to offer tbcFc instruments nt a price
which will preclude all compoti'ion.
PRICES-No. 1, Sovon Octave, round corner?,'
Rosewood plain case, $275.
* No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner?,
. Rosowood heavy moulding, $300.
No. 3, Seven Octavo, round corner?,
Rosewood, Loui-f XIV style, $325.
Terras : IVct Ci?s?i ia Current Funds
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
New York, Oct 10 '. [A.*c.]ly 43
ISO BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
PKE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Diam-al Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets,
Coral, Floroiitine, Mosaic, Jct, Lava and Cameo
Ladies' Sots, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver
Extension Holders, Sleevs-Buttons, Sets
of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Gold
Ring?, &c. Valued at
DISTRIBUTION' (g made in thc following manner:
CERTIFICATES naming each ankle and Its VALUE,
are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES, willoh aro.wVdi
mixed. One of these En velones, containing Hie Cer
liOeaieor Order for SMne Article, will be delivered nt
our ulilee, or ?oat by mail lo nay address, without regard
lo choice, on receipt of 25 Cent*.
On receiving ibo Certificate the purchaser will see
What Ari ele il URAWA, and ila value and eau thou HCnd
OSE DOLLAR and receive the Article named, orean
ehoitf'jAX? tuca Aue Article on our Lisi of Ilm fame
EST Parchasen of our SEALED ENVELOPES, may
in this nmaner, obtain an Article WOETU ruo* ONE TU
?'IVE Hi\\imi:;> DOLLAUS, >
which lacy need n ?t pay until il Is known what is drawn
.and ita value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call acontinn lu tho f-.ct of its being Hie Origina
and Largest GUI Association in the country. We are
th^refir? enabled to ccu.l KINKI: Goons, ?nd give better
chance* to obtain th* more rulttuUe prire?, ihnn anj
Other establishment of ihe kind. The basinets contlu
nc* ta be conducted tn a fuir and honorable manner.
aii>'. a large ami greatly increasing trud* is proof thai
onr pntrons appreciate Ibis method of obtaining rich!
and elegant gooda
D?ring the past year ibis Ans',ciafion ha* cent i?. very
larg.! Dandier of valuable prizes lo all par'.? of thy coun
try Those who patronize us will receive thc, full value
of their money, as no nriiclo "ii our liol lu worth leas
than (Wie Dollar, retail, and th re are no Mani:?.
Parties dealing with us may den,-n,l on having proinp:
returns, and the article drawn will be immediately sor.t
10 nnv address by return mail or express,
The following parties have recently drawn valuable
pri/.es.from the Eureka Association, and have kindly
allowed thc use of their names, many other names
might be puMished were we permitted:
Andrew Wilson, C?sloni Home. Philadelphia, Penn.,
011 Painting, valne,A10ii; James Hargrave?, S2I Broad
ray. New York, Oil Painting, value. 9100; E. F. Jones,
Barrett, Marshall Co.. Kansas, alel?d?nn, vah?o #200;
Patrick J. l?vruo-s Waterbury, CL, Ool-l Watch,* value,
*!?.'. : -T P. Shaw, 234 Baal 2 '.t>i Street Xew Torfe, rinno.
vaiu^, i ">r>" : Mr*. Ohas. J. Nevi?, Elmira, TH. Y., Clusler
Diamond King, value, Ji'W: Mrs, K. Pennover, City
lintel. Nashville, Tenn., Mel,.! jon. value $188; Oscar
M. Allen, Co. ll, U2d Eeg. Ind Vols., Nashville. Tena,
Watch, value, $S5: Rowland S. Pnttefs>n, Co. 1), loth
Iowa V?t . Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, fie!); Mr?,
Abbey L Parsons. Springfield, Mass., Mclodeon, value,
il,", i ; .Turned L. Dexter. CH/'Sorveyor, Syracuse, N. Y..
fl old Watch, raine. SIM?: Mrs. Jamies Ely, 177 Wooster
St.. cor. Bleeker, N. V.. oil Famtlng. calna, f 100; Mrs.
J. C. Coles, Grand Itapid? Michigan, Silver Castor, value,
$10; Dr. .1. li. Sinclair, No. .. Main SL, Utica, N. Y.,
Framed Engraving^value, J23: Hon. LiVher Detmold,
Washington, D. C., Oil Painting, value f pw.
Letters from varions partie? throughout tim country
acknowledging ibo receipt of very valuable gif.s, may
be seen on Ale al our olllce. . .
TO BE SOLD FOR ?L DOLLAR ?ACH,
117/7/on? re?/mu? to taint, ttwl not tobt patti for until
yon know trhnt von n-iu reeder. XAc rr.
BO FiuoBosoWd Pianos, worth from ?2."Sa.0? toooo.00
CO Melodr.r.ns, Kcsewood Cases. 12SuO0 lo 220.00
100 Fine Oil Paintings. 25.00 to 100.00
MO Oold HuntingCa?e Watches. 76.00 lo 130.00
150 Diamond Bines. .r'0.00 lo 2 )O.0<j
250 Ladies'Gold Watches. 60.00 to 85.00
450 Silver Watches. 23.00 to COAHi
200 Fine Steel Engravings, Framed.. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxes. 12.00 to -15.00
100 Silver Revolving Paient Castors.. 15.00 to 40.00
100 Silver Fm!! und Cake Baskets... 15.00 to M.00
BOO Sots Silver Tea and Tablespoons' 15.00 to D0.00
2,5"0 Vest nnd Neck Chains.;. 5.00 to 25.00
2,500 Ladies" Silver Porte Moonies.... S.00 to 15.00
8.000 Silver Buller Knives. 3.00 to 7.00
2,000 Pnirs Ear Ring?, (new sirles). 1.50 to COO
8.0C0 Gold Pciicilsand T.nili Picks.... 8.00 lo 8.00
8,000 Onyx, end Amethystdlrooebea... 4.00 to 10.00
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches... 4.00 to 6.00
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.oo u> GJiO
. 2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys. 3 5!) to CJW
5,000 Children's Armlets. 2.50 to 8.00
2,500 Sets of Bosom Stud?. 1.50 to 5.00
2,500 Enameled, Sleeve Buttons.... 2.50 to 10.00
10,000 Plain-Gold and Chased Bings-J:0'0 to 5.00
5,000 Stone Sot and Seal Rings.... 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, all sizes. 2.P0 to 7.00
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry. S 00 to 20 00
.1.000 Watch Cham? (each)..... 3.00 to 5.50
5,000 Gold Pen?, Silvar Ex. Cases 4 00 to 6.00
5,000 Gent's Broastand Scarf Pins 3.00 to 20.00
2,000 New Stylo Belt B'.icklcs. 4.00 to 6.50
2,000 ChatehtiucandGuardChnins 6 00 to 20.00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 7 00 to 11.00
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold... 10.00 to 20.00
10,000 Gold Crowes. 1.50 to COO
0,000 OvalBandjBracolots...*... 6 00to20 00
4,000 Cha-'od Brxcclcl?. 5.00 to 1C.00
2,0ill) Ball Eardrop?, nil colors. 3.00 to -5.00
5,000 Fine Gold Pen?. 2.00 to 3.50
2,000 Jot and Go! i Enrdropa. 3 00 to 7.00
2,500 Lung Crystal Eardrops. A 00 to 8.00
2,000 Gold Pen?. 3.00 to COO
Jt?r A CHANCE TO ODTA1N ANY
OF THE ARO VE ARTICLES for ONE
DOLLAR HY PURCHASIKfS A SEAL
ED ENVELOPE FOR 25 CtJ.
- ?"00" Five sealed Envcl<>pfcs will be sent for $1.00:
"Eleven for $2.0? ; T%irlv for Sixty-five for H0.W?;
One Hundred for ilion! AOENTS WANTED EVERY
WHERE., i . . . .t.. ?
Oiic^ihUwnftaftdUirre'? to send TTniteJ. Slates money
.When it is convenient. Long letters ?re unnece?sary.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES mubt In- overj
ease.be aceompaiilcd by the CASU, with the nnmeof the
jirrton seiidiBg, and T?wn.^mnty apd State.plainly
written, ti tters should be addressed to tho Manrfgcrs,
GbO?WINV '& CO., -
i, Box 570? Post Office, Kew York.
(tFob.28 3m ? ..
To Pari??fe md l?lm&m.
if AM in the market for thc purchase of COT
STEEL PEN WORKS,
Fae lory, CAMDEN, N. J.
R, ESTERBROOK & CO.
?U? fte, MmnfM?MW,
. 403 ARCH 6TR-?ET, PIULADELPnfA, .
42 JOHN'&?REET, NEW YORK
THESE CELEBRATED PENS am of G<nu
ine American Manufacture, and comprise
every l?adh?.-.style in the Markot, and are oqnal
in finish, elastieiry and fineness of point to thc
best imported. They ?re, therefor**, sure to gain
Ihr tontiJenee nf the American public..
Samples and prices on application.
Lots'made to order, of any p?tteriror stamp rc
qr. i rt-L
For ?a'e to ibo Trade at thc Manufacturer'j
Warehouse?, os ?h.ive,. and at rrdnil ty all Sta
tionen. Book sellers and N*w3 Dealers in th<
E. F.STERBROOfc & CO/
MarlS ; Coi g -fly
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
^LJSTD CASKETS I
TUP] Subscriber has just received an assort
mont oT thpso beautiful Rosewood finis!
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Air-tigbt and indestructible-for protecting an?
presorving tho Dcud-?hieb ho will sell a: but i
moderate advance on original cost and transporta
tion. Wherever introduced these Cases have Un
proforenco over all others.
f?y0rdor3 prorrptlv filled. Terms, of course
strictly Cash. J. M. WITT!
Edgefield, Mar j 3_tf ll
; .^KD?rEFIKLD, S. C.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce Um
thov arc now prepared to do all'work in fm
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that may bo entrusted to item, in a work
manlike manner, and with neatness and dispatch
W.e have on hand a few CARRIAGES and su
porior BUGGIES, of our own manufacturo, whicl
wo will ecll low.
All kinds of REPAIRING done promptly am
warrantod to giro satisfaction. .'
piTAs we sell ONLY FOR CASH, our price
are unusually reasonable. All we ask is a trial.
SMITH & JOIVES.
Mar 7 tf 10
A. Simon. Agent
OAS NOW IN STORE, and is constantly rc
fiji, ceivitie;, at his new stand on the Marti]
Town Road, near Garrison Holloway's, Esq.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF CHOICE
BOOTS AND SHOES
Anti Every Kind of, Elegant hml FasliionabI
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TH!
IB ?B ST OD^lTJGrS- .
All of which will bo sold at GREATLY RE
DUCED PRICES j and to which ho respectful!
nvites thc attention of tho public
B. SMITH & CO."
JUST opened at MOUNT VINTAGE, (the ist
r?sidence of Mr. F. O'CONNOR,) a varied at
Dry Goods & Groceries
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
AND ALL THE USUAL ARTICLES KEP
IN COUNTRY STORES.
?ii"Goods not oa our shelves will bo procuro
at short notice
TERMS REASONABLE, and a fair sharo c
Mt. Vintage. Doc ll Rm50
X N. TEAGUE,
gCTte EDGEFIELD, S. C
HAS lta.-od tho Whitakor Stables for the put
pose of conducting a general SALE ANJ
LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS.
HORSES left in his cbargo will receive th
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and HACKS, an
;ood gentle HORSES, to hire whenever -calle
DROVERS will find ample accommodation a
i?/" Terms reasonable.
Feb 14 tr 7
""SP EXJT ??T? E ST:.
For Old ?nd Young
SHAVE on hand a large, and choice variety o
SPECTACLES, including Potent Percsconi
LENS and gonuinc Scotch PEBBLES. Alar
EYE GLASSES, EYE PROTECTORS, Ao.
Givo mo a call. I can suit your Eyes.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct 31_tf.. : _ . 44
To the Public.
DF. McEWEN, having received a COM
. PLFTE ASSORMENT OF WATC?
MATERIALS, would respectfully inform hi
friends and tho public generally that he is mn
prepared to execute, with dispatch, all worl
Watch Repairing Department.
ET*All work dono by him will ric warranted.
All styles of HAIR WORK and SOLID GOLI
JEWELRY made to order.
TERMS CASH. No work will bo allowed t
leave the Shop until paid for.
Oct 31_ tf_44
Notice to Distillers.
BY thcrocont Act of Legislature, persons dis
til liner Spirituous Liquors from grain, aro ro
quired to pay to tho ' Comraissionors of Publii
Buildings, a license of Two Hundred dollars fo:
each still-oo used. . H:
Persons interested will ploaso oome forward ant
pay thc same. The,law will ber enforcod agains
all who fail to do so. By orrlorofthe Board.
. S. F. GOODE, Sec. and Treas. CP. B.
Jan 24 tf . . 4
ALL persons any wiso indebted to the Estate o
E T. DAVIS, dee'd., aro requested to -cal.
on T.'H. Clark, Esqr., my authorized Agent ant
Attornoy, and settle. And thoso having domandt
against tho said estate will pleosb present tbcm'tt
my aforesaid Agent, and Attorney proporly at
tostad, * NANCY L. DAVIS, Adm'ix.
MarlO - . tf 12
DICK OHE?THAM "
ILL stand the SPRING SEASON of dfiCft
at Twenty-fivo Dollars thc Season,-com
mencing the Itt March and ending the 20th June
. He.will bo at.EdfreGpId C. IL on MONDAYS
5Yj2.S?>A'?S and-.WEDNESDAYS, and at Dr
John It. Mobley's on FRIDAYS; SATURDAYS
and SUNDAYS. Ile will bo on tho Road firnu
Edgofleld to Dr. Mob>y's on Thjursdsys. .ATToK
forih? $25 murt*Jb> gfvoT?;hrt very-ia stance, ant
one dollar also must bo paid the groom.
JAS. M. HARRISON,
% Agent f-r Tnos, G. BACON.
1 Mar 13 s "3mr 7' ll
i*JKjtV Wooded ?LACRSMITH SHOPia?-^
ITA pliod with experienced workmen, seasoned
short noliofl. .All work wnrranted.
ur* ; * x I :. . GEORGE J. 5TB0?HER.
/M* tf a
M. L. BONHAM,
Attorney at Law an J Solicitor in
? D Ll L F I Ii L D, S. C.
Jan 20 tf 5
? JOHN E. BACON. M. C. BUTLER.
BACON & BUTLER,
SOLICITORS CV EQUITY,
EDOEFIELD, S. C.,
Will Practice in thc Courts cf this State, and in
Jan 30 Iru S
DK. H. VAUKV.U bia* jn?t returned r'ruw
the North with u NEW SUPPLY of MA
TERIALS fur all tho LATEST nud MQS(T AP
PROVED STYLES OF WORK done in thif
tf Sept 5 tf 36
Tho Friend* of Capt. A. P. WEST respectful,
ly annoanco bim as a Candidate for Sheriff ol
Edgcficld ut thc next election,
Nov 7 ?a? 45 ,
We hnvo been authorised by the Frieudi
of Capt. IT. BOULWARE to announce Lim t
Candidate fur SbeilfT of EJgefield District at th<
Apr 12 te? 16
For Tax Collector.
The-Many Friends of D. A. J. BELL, Esq.
rospec-tfully nominate him as a Candidate foi
Tax Collector at tho nest election.
Oct 18 te 43
.) For Tax Collector.
TOE many Friends ol Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL respectfully nominate bim as a Candidat?
for TAX COLLECTOR at the next election.
Deo 6 te? . ?fj
WEST'S IMPROVED PUMP
Anti-Freezing, Doubie-Acling", For
cing and Lifting
TUESE PUMPS have new been in genera
use, a number of year*, nud give better cat
isfaction tban any other, and aro rtcomraundedu
THE BEST i
By CAPTAIN ERICSSON, and other eminent engi
necrj. We can refer to thousands using thom, nm
guarantee that all will recommend them. . Tho;
aro moro simple in contraction, and work easier
aud cist less than all others. <.
"Our readers will find Ibe double acting, Improve*
Puir.p ol' J. 1). Wert & Co., ooo ut tho bust lu marlie!
It Ls very simple, works to s diann, so- that any chili
may nae it ; thwwa a Mendy, continuous ?ircam, am
doe? r il tretiZ? in thc coldest expo? un-, and ls uc usu nil
cheap. We .tay Ulla knowingly, and glvo the tetfinion
ol our own accord, without tue knowledge or reo.ue.st i
thc proprietors."-JV. Y. Evening Pott, July lui, ISM.
J. D. WM .t Co.-We arc pleated to state that th
Pump? we had cf you, about a year a gov have been ii
constant nw, 12 hour? each day, and raise fur thc use c
our woolen factory, abuu' one hundred and fifty gallon
per minuto. They work with but little power, compare
with pumps wc have used befurc, and do not get cut <
repair, and are satisfactory In all respects.
DUNLAP MANUFACTURING CO."
Poi.ox ROBINSON TO THE FAKJIEB'S Cuni, JAN. 28 :
'. Xo Fariner who owns a well or cutera can p'n&Mbl
afford to bc without :.n ir.m pump, lt should be at one
a suction and turee pump-a perfect little engine-sui
a one known as ' Weal's improved Pump.' ? rpoak i
this pump, because I happen Ul know ll lo bc very ?in
pl?, durable, powerful and cheap, and il dont freeze D
noi i<et out of ?riler once a year. I know this and thin
I nia-' be doing, ih<; farmer* goml by speaking of it. ?
boy ten years old can work rt, ai d throw a contlnuot
inch-ai d-a-tjuaii- r swam. Il ca J bc made to work i
deop w.-lls a* well as in shallow ones."'
OEBAT NECK, L.L.1S6?.
" I ba\ 3 osed this Pump for one summer and wlnte
exposed .ollie northwest wind, coming over Long Is'.an
r?ound. t cmg thc coldest possible exjiosure, and at r
time did lt ireezo, nor wire we unable at anytime)
pump waler with great case.
' H. B. McILYIAN."
"The undersigned having used West's Improve
Pumps, chcerfull} recommend tbcm an simple, Jurabi
and powerful in "raising and throwing waler, and ft
iheir ease of action, security against fr.>st, und low prioi
wc believe them superior t? all others.
WARREN LELAND, Met. lietel, N. Y.
J. W. POM KU O V, Yonkers, N\ V.
JOHN MKSSERAU.N. Y.
DOMINICK LAWRENCE, Winchester.
Front the Nae York Oixetrer.
"Wo have bad In use for months past one of Weil
pumps, which has given us mure satisfaction as a f?r?
and lifting pump than .-my we have ever used. It is .iii
of great [tower, and well adapted for ship's decks, mine
factories, greenhouses, graperies, etc The tti-.tin
Chronicle and Rattteuy Journal says: It is recommei
ded fur its extreme simplicity of coa*tructlon, grei
strength and consequent durability and cheapness..,! r
pair. There I* n?atuBIlfJs box-;he pressure bel?g hel
i>y a cup-packing liku upon the worKlng-pUton. wnrkin
in a cylinder, fluid for the purpose wilhin the upm r a
chamber-which wc think a great movement, cs .-multi
b tollable to b't deranged aud leak nuder strong pnsmu
to lay nothing of the l"ss by friction incident thereto. ';
lias also two air chambers-thus the action nf Hie val\
is cushioned upon boih side's by air-preventing wale
hammer and vaetium-thu run. T! e valves ?re very ai
cessible, and simply and cheap"y rt paired. They woi
easier thaii any pump wc have ?vcr seen : the 4 itu h c;
?inder being worked by children in wells oi.e huudrv
f-.et/lcep. ami as they ure extremely cheap, rs well i
Mrhfle and strong, we freely recommend them."
" CAVOCIDHF. MINE, N. C.. June 2.\ 1??;t.
J.D. WEST ?CO.-(imf*: The Pump which I order*
Tor our minc Is received, and put to work in o-jr moler!?
-haft, which weare sinking. We find thal "lie man wfl
with ease, lifi fifty gallons pfrrainnti?. We lifted in Um
and a half hours all thc water, in the shall, which mn
iiircs even twelve feel and thirty feet deep, and il W;
full when we commenced, il answers our expceird'oi
;n every respect, lt will do great service with bul tr.ilin
..xi>cnso for repairs. Yours. rvsncctAitly,
..This may certify thct I have been using at my mar
?ifacture for thc last four years. Weal's Improved Puni]
t now havo in i\ c,,three of said pumps, one of which
kepi constantly kt work 21 hours of each day, (execj
.Sundays ', and'has been running tor thc pa/Mvro'yvun
T pronounce them unhesiumtly, the best pumps thal hav
.been brought to my notice, having used many otl.ei
previously. They are simple in their corrsirueti?n, an
not lastly disarranged.
Ncw'York, Oct li, isftl. JAS. A. "WEBB."
Wo have plenty more such certificates, but Ihinl
these aro onouph. For Tumps, Hose, Pipe, .tc,
fte., addres* or call upon. -
J. D. WEST ?t CO.,
40 COURT LAND ST-, NEW YOiill
K?jF" Orders may Se sent through tho AMEHIOAI
AnvEr.TisiNO AoEitcx", 3S9 Broadway, New York
Mar 7 . Ira lt)
HE Subscriber having bren appointed Agon
GERMANIA, HANOVER, KI AG A? A ?
REPUBLIC FIRt? INSURANCE
Of New York,-'ho aggregate Cnsh Assotte o
which is NEAR THREE. MILLIONS "OF LOL
LARS-is prepared to take risks against loss ci
damage by Fire on TiberM terms. '
Z. W. CARWILE, Agent.
Feb 13 tf 7
State of SGuth Carolina,
. IN ORDIN?R Y.
Nancy Adams and others, Applicants
vs . _. J*..
Thomas'J. Vaughn and wlfo C-n<.'"ia
and others, Defendants. .
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Elizabeth
wife Qf Join McDonnn, ?nd Caroline, wiQ; ol
Thomas J. Vaughn, Defendants "in the nbov*
stated caso, reside beyon4 the-liniifs of this State,
It is therefore Ordered that they do nppoar and
object to tho division or sale of the Real Estait
of Abner Adams, deceased, on or before the 25th
day of Juno uext, orthoir ensent will be entered
of record. W. F. DURISOE, o R n.
Ordinary's Of&cc, Mar SO, 1S66. J 2 tl-I
FOB SALE, OR TO LET
JACK is hereby offor
ed for sale, or to let for tho
ensuing Spring soiien, on
Te??oTtaWe terms. ' This
JACK is finely formed, over
14 bands high, vigorous,
and in fine order.
. "Ho can bo seen on my Plantation, 21 mile!
North of EdGefield, and 7 miles South (if Ninety
Six, J. H. MIMS.
Jan 24 tf 4
WE ' CREDITORS OF TH,OMAS PITTS
iIcc'J., ?re nntiBed -trot a finn! ' ?eJUcmr.nl
f~w?ll bo had oii his E'Ute, in'thc"Ordinary's Of?ci
for Elijoflrl.t -OftriVicf. dfl tnV 2(?\\i MAY NEXT,
AM'pefitirni rr?vhtf ^Ijmbattt ag'aibif the iM
Fjtattf nf<rrt p-^sont"l.rrCta' nW-rdrng Kolaw^ on*oi
before ibat day, othcrwtrefha^ wtfrbc oxcludod
from paymejjt, ''?B9MA$-J?NE8, '
Apsi lot L IL Fiai ?^'^r.
V*** 9m 9
State of Sout? Carolina,
EDO EFFELD DISTRICT,
IN EQUITY. .
Rich'd. T. Parks, "| ,
vs I Bil! to tn.iko title,
Wm. P. Jennings, }. Caned Mort, Spec'd
C. L. ?i..ir, Perf., Ac
W.L.Parks and others. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
dants,-W. D. Jennings and J. A. Bats, are ab
sent from and reside beyond the limits of this
State, On motion by Messrs. ABNEY A WRIGHT,
Complainant's Solicitors, -ordered that the said
Defendants do appear and plead, answer or decur, '
to this bill within throe months from the publica
tion hereof, orin default thereof, judgment will be
rendered against them pro confeeeo.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
March 5, 1806 , Sta ll
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, '
Win. A. Strother, Adm'or ,M Bill to call in Crcd
vs. / itors, Di?_. cf Assets,
Sophronia Clark, et al. ."? J Par'n. end Relief.
BY virtue of an order of the Court in this
cause, ?ll ard singular tho Creditors of. Capt.
WM. E. CLARK,,dee'd., are required to pro.eot
and prove their respective claims within, three
months from tbis dat?. Such ns fail te do' io wiU
be barred from all benefit cf the decree lo bo
pronounced in this cause. ',
Z. W. CARWILE, c.tE.n.
Comm'rs. Office, Msr 8, ISCrL 3m' * 12
State of South Carolina,.
Eliza Adam? and others, Ez'ors, ") Bill for Con
. " vs. \ t Pt! ucl inn of
Nancy A. Adorns and others, j Will and Relief.
?T appearing lo my satisfaction that Josephus
E. Childrens and his wife.?arah E., two of the
Defendants to this cause, reside beyond the limits
of thia State, On motion by Mr. W. W. ADAM*,
Complainants Solicitor, Ordered thar the said De
fendants do appear and plead, answer or demur
to this Bill, within three months from the publi-.
cs lion hereof, or in default thereof, judgment
will be rendered against them pro envfemm.
O) . Z. W. CARWILE,"C.E.E.D.
March 1 1S66 St 13
State of South Carolina,
The State of South Carolina, "1 Bill to perpetuate
Ex relxtionc tie Solicitor ) testimony in ibo
of thc Southern Circuit. J matterof docum'ts
J lost or destroyed.
ON hearing tho Bill in this case, and on mo
tion ot Leroy P. Youmans, Solicitor of tho.
Southern Circuit, It is Ordered, That ?ll ptrpons
interested in documents of any description, lett
or destroyed during the recent war, the proof of
whose existence, lossand contents,or ?ny o? them,
vcstJ in tbo memory of witnesses, and who desire
to bara evidence taken and perpetuated in regard
thereto, have leave to come before the Court for
this purpose, by making written* application un
der oath to the Commissioner.
Z. W. CARWILE, C. ?. E. D.
Mar 12,1SSB. 2mU
State of South Carolina,
Hillery IJardy and wife I
Sophronia, et. al. |
. _ rs I EUI for Partition
Martin Shcaly and Andrew j and Eel iff.
rjbraly, Adin'r., and
Jottoph Etbercdge. J
IT appending to my satisfaction that Amos B.
Inabntiti, one o' the Defmdanta to this Bill,
resides beyond tbe limits of this State, On motion
by Messrs Anstv k Wnicnr, Complainants' So
licitors, it is Ordired that the s?id Defendant do
nppcnr, within Guee months from the publication
here?, f. nod plead, answer or demur to this bill or
in default thereof, judgment will be rendered
igainst him pro ?ottfeimt.
Z. W. CARWILE, CE x r?.
Com'ori Ginee, Jan. 30, ISfifi 3m 5
State of South C?rolina,
W. Tennent, Adm'or.. de ?OMI? non ")
emt. tent annex of S. Christie, dee'd | EUI for
re. ?- Af cotait <C"
William P. Butler, | Setlitn.tr.t.
IL T. Mims,.ct al. J
%\ Virtue of an Order rf the Court in this
3 cos?, all and singular ito Creditors of SIM
EON CHRIS!IE,.deceased, arc required to pre
ent and prove their durands heft.rc the Com
missioner in Equity for Edgcficld District, cn or
before the first dav of May rc.xt.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.v. T. n.
C-.m'rs Cf?cc, Jan 30, 186R. . Sn.5
State OJ South Carolina*
IN EQUITY. .
Jamos Bodie, and 1
Nathan Dodie, et al. I Bm f?r r?r'n.
David Bodic, Adm'r., et al J
gT appearing lo my satisfaction that the Pcfen
8. dat.ts, Dan'l. liol.-oi.l ackc end bis wife Mary,
--PH niue and bi? wi'e Elizabeth. Gi"brrt McCay
and his wile Margalit, Pearce borton and tho
Children of Elijah Rodie, . tcM., vbrrc carnes
and number are unknown, reside bey? nd the lim
it^ o? this S.r.'c. On motion by Mersrs Abrey 4
Wright, Comp.,Solicitors, lr is Ordered thntiho
said Defendant's appear within three menthe from
the publication bereo', and plead, awwer or dc
mur to this bi!', or jm'gn cnt will bo rendered
agiiinf t them pro eon/Vsso.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Commissioner's O?co, Feb 12 3m 7
State of South Carolina,
Mary E. Simkins, |
. Emma Simkinn, et al. J
The timo for the Creditors Jfff A. SIMKINS,
dee'd., io prove their demands Wore tho Commis
sioner has been extended to the 1st doy of Maj
next. All the Creditors who fail jo establish their
claims by that timo will be excluded from tho
beneat of the decree to be pronounced herein.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Feb ll . lit 7
State of South Carolina,
IN EQUITY.- -
Robert Hatcher and wife-Perme- |
lia Hatcher, James Morris and |
Lucy Morris, et al, [ Bill for Par.,
vs. j Acct, k Relief
Alfred Hatcher k Ss meei Posey, j _
Adm'or., ct al. j
IT appoorirg to my satisfaction that 'the Defen
dants John Hatcher, Martin Phillips and wifo;
Polly, Bcnj. P. Hatcher, John Carpenter, -
Hardy ami wifo Elizabeth, Benjamin Thomas and
~- Powell and wifo L'tcy, resido beyond the
J imita of this State. On motion of .Vcssrs. ABHIY
k WntntiT, Complainnnts'Solicitors. Ordered that- "
fae said Defendants do appear and plead, answer
or demur to this bill within tbreo months from
tlic publication hereof, or in default thereof, judg
ment will bc rendered against them pro confeeeo.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.I.D.
Eeb. 28,186?. 3m 0
State of South Carolina,
IN EQUITY. ?
, James Hatcher,
Wm. R. Hatcher, et al.
vs. i Bill for Par'n.,
Alfred Hatcher, Acct, k Roliel'.
Berj. Thomas, ot al.
?T appearing to to my s'atisfnc'irn that tLe De
fendant* John Hatcher, Polly ihil ip?, Martin
Phillips, John Carpenter, Eluu-iolh Hardy and
her husband-Hardy, Benjamin Thomas, Lu
cy Powell and ber husband -Powell, resido
beyond the limits of this State, On motion bj
Messrs. AnsK.r k WRIGHT, Complainants' Solici
tors, Ordered that thc said Defend:,!.ts do appear
and plead, answer or demur to "this bill withiu
tbroo months from tho publication bet*of, pi ?D
default thercoj, judgment will berirdtttd against'
them j>ro c?nfimo.
Z. W. CARWILE, ?.V-.T..T).
. Teb 23, IS66. >_?m p
State of South Carolina*:
Alfred Hatcher, [ D!U "/ *?L??V> acetic.
John Hatcher!'et al. J
IT appearing to my satisfaMlnn that the Defen
dants, Benjamin Thomas, Elizabeth Hardy and '
her husband - nardy, Lucy Powell ' and ber '
husband^--Pareil, reside.beyond the limits of
a 'hii* State, On motion' by Mcssr? ABXEY: A '
jW?on, Compl's'Fdl'rV Ordered ' tlmt' tV?fd
I IDefcndants do appear, plead, anVwer or d'?o.ur to'"
.Ibli'Bul. wi thin three months from'tbe pubtjoatirn
it this order, or in default thereof ju^gomcat will "
bo rondoxed against Ihem pro eaufeuo