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FLEMING & ROWLAND,
X HE Subscribers invite tho attention of the
public generally and Planters in particular, to
their Stock of GROCERIES, consisting in part
GUNNY and HEMP BAGGING ;
ROPE of all kinds ;
BACON SIDES and SHOULDERS ;
MOLASSES in Hhds. and Bbls.;
A B and C SUGARS-ReCnod ;
CRUSHED and POWDERED SUGARS;
SUGARS of low grade;
GOOD and PRIME COFFEE;
Superfine Family and Extra Family FLOUR ;
WHITE and YELLOW CORN;
CORN MEAL ;
FRESH BEAT RICE;
SALT, IRON, NAILS ;
GRINSTONES, NOVA SCOTIA GRITS;
RICHMOND FACTORY OSNABURGS;
" " STRIPES ;
" " KERSEYS;
Plain and Twilled.
?&- We are prepared to sell Goods LOW for
Cash or on Short Draft.
FLEMING & ROWLAND.
Augusta, Sept 15 3UJ38
By iu Excellency JAMES L. ORR, Governcr
and Commamh-r.iu.Chie/ in andover thc Stat'
oj" South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, September 12,18CC.
WHEREAS information has been communi
cated to this Department that an atrocious
and malicious murder was committed by ono
BILL MORRIS, allai CHARLES DERGM, aline
W\LIE MORRIS, on tho body of Alexander D.
Walker, in thc District of Chester, on tho night
of thc 22d July last, and that said Morris has
fled from justice:
Now, to thc end that said Morris may bc ap
prehended and brought to condign punishment
for tho said murder, I, JAMES L. ORR, Governor
and Commander-in Chief as aforesaid, do hereby
offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS for tho arrest and safe delivery of
said Morris to any jailer ia the United States.
Said Morris is a tall, spare-made man, groy
eye?, of a peculiar look, short, thick nose, low
forehead, hump-shouldered, black hair, with a
few gr*) hairs, about thirty-seven years old,
weighs about 140 pjuuds, speaks slowly, and
when speaking, twists his mouth to the right
side, with heavy dark beard all over thc face ;
has been wounded, os well as can bc recollected,
in the right arm, near thc elbow: -villi .niall and
bony arms ; and wore, on the night of thc murder,
dark coat and dark linen pants.
Given under my hand and tho groat seal of thc
State, at tho city of Columbio, the 12th day
fi., s.l of September, -Si?G, and in tho ninety-first
year of the independence of tho United
States of America. JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
WM. R. HCST, Secretary of State.
Sept. IS lt as
Ipropose to bet TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
that I can show on my Plautatiou on Saluda
River the DUST TWO HUNDRED ACRES OF
COTTON on the 1st day cd' October 1S?G in the
District fcf Edgcficld, S. C. Thc land to bc meas
ured and the quality of thc crop determine! by
three diii.'itcreited judges ; or, if tho party ac
cepting tb:> banter prefers, wiil gather and weigh
tho Cotton after it is picked. This crop has been
raised by parties who rent thc pince for the vcar.
J. S. COLES.
S-.pt. 10 lt 38
DISSOLUTION i ?iEiHIP
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of JAMES E. COOK
?fc CO., was dissolved on the 3d of September in
stant, by thc withdrawal of the Granitcvillc Man
JAS. E. COOK,
WAL GREGG, Pros't
Grauitcvillc M'f'g. Co.
Sept 12, 1SC6.
To the Public.
?HE Undersigned have formed a Co-Partner
ship under the Firm nafuc of .COOK &
BERRY, for thc transaction of .1
General Retail Business
lu the Town of Granitevillc, and hopo by close
attention and LOW TRICES to merit a contin
uance of thc liberal patronage heretofore bes
towed upon tho late Firm of JAMESE. COOK
X CO JAMES E. COOK,
JILES M. BERRY.
Grantville, Sept 12, 1366. 2t 38
OR were taken by some one, from this Village,
on Salo day last, TWO POINTER DOGS
one straw colored and answered to the name of
Beppo ; thc other white, with a few dark brown
spots, and answers to tho namo of Pluto. Any
information left at this Oflico concerning said
Do"3 will be duly appreciated.
APPLICATION will bc made to thc next Ses
sion of the Legislature to discontinue the
Aiken Road from Holmes' Tavern via Sieglcr's
Mill toAdkerson's fence, and to open and straight
en the old Aiken Road from Holmes' Tavern via
Addison's (now Lucas'J Mill tc Randals, thu Pub
lic- Aiken Road.
FROM Granitevillc on the 14th, a bay MARE
MULE, medium ;i/.c, 8 years obi, roached
nunc and tail. No particular marks recollected
with the exception of one on back made by ? cart
A liberal reward will bo paid on delivery of
=aJd Mule to me at Orangeville.
State of South Carolina,
M. M. Padgett and 1
lt. T. Jennings, Adm'ors j ?^ g(?]1 ^
. . ~: ' f to pay debts, Ac.
Elisabeth Su.m-, | T
Sophia Stone and other'. J
BY virtuo of an order of thc Court in this cause,
I will proceed to sell at Edgciield C. H., on
MONDAY tho *:h day of October next, the
residue or the REA L ESTATE of WILLIS L.
STONE dce'd., (not heretofore advertised,) eon
s-tin- of about NINE HUNDRED ACRES,
mriro'or less, adjoining lands James S. Pow,
Lydia Wover, Mark Crouch, B. T. Jennings and
others. Tb eso laud.? will bo sold in several Tracts,
a particular description of which will be given on
day of Sale.
Sold on a credit of Ono and Two yoars, with
interest from day of sale. Purchasers to give
Bond.*, with two good sure tie", and a Mortgage
of the premises, to secure tba piirchoso money,
except as to so much as uny be required to pay
the costs of suit and expenses of sale, which must
bc paid in cash. Titles Extra.
Z. AV. CARWILE, C.E.E IX
Sent. 13, ISfiG Ito ? 38
To my Debtors.
THIS ia to inform ALL MY DEBTORS, that
if they will come forward and pay mo their
Notes and Accounts, that I will loso half the
amount due on said Accounts and Notes, together
with all tho interest thereon. I know that tho
people are oppressed, and cannot pay all their
indebtedness. My Creditors exact from mo every
cent I owe them, with interest added. I expect
no quarters from thom. But I will bo more
generous to my Debtors than my Creditors are to
tte, if they will come forward und settle between
this and the first of November next.
JJ. A. GRAY.
JUST arrived a largo supply of very fine Fresh
HOPS. TEAGUE A CARWILE.
ttt>Q|"k A MONTH!-AGENTS wanted &r
jhjflj ?ix entirely fiele artM-t, just out. Ad
Jkss O.T.GABEY City Building, Biddleford,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Has on Hand and receiving daily a large and well assorted Stock of
LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN, GENTS and BOYS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION that can be had in ANY MARKET.
Merchants and Planters
Would do well to call and examine my Stock before purchasing
elsewhere. It is my determination to keep a
IT num mm sTiiii
My motto is
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
ONE PRICE, AND CHEAP FOR CASH!"
?^Dont forget the place.
182 1-2 Broad Street, next Door above Mrs. A. Fredricks,
I3PT. W. HENRY, late with BONES & HENDERSON, will be
pleased to see his old friends at M. COHEN'S Shoe Emporium.
Augusta, Sept -?, 3 m 3C
NOTICE TO PLANTERS !
WE ABE RECEIVING
AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Pure No. 1
WHICH WE WARRANT GENUINE.
CRUMP, DAVISON & GO,
No. 209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Sept 10 3m37
I SIBLEY & SONS,
No. G, Warren Block,
HAVE excellent CLOSE STORAGE ROOM
for COTTON, -nd will give their personal at- ;
tention to its SALE and STORAGE.
Al?o offer for tule
100 Eales Heavy Gunny BAGGING :
200 Coils Green Leaf ROPE;
200 Half Colli Green Leaf ROPE ;
500 Pouudi Bagging TWINE ;
50 Barrels SUGAR ;
25 Boxes CANDLER
20 Hhds. BACO.N; SIDES ,
5 ? ". SHOULDERS":
100 Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO;
20 IiAirela ASSORTED WHISKIES-;
Augusta, Sept 10 .".Ul .'$7
HORTON & WALTON,
'CONTINUE BUSINESS AT
Store No. 287, Broad Street,
Xext Door Below Old Uuion Bank Builtlinir.
WlTn INCREASED FACILITIES we aro
prepared with a FULL STOCK to sell at LOW
EST MARKET PRICES all Goods usually soil
in our lins, suited to Merchant's Trade, Planta
tion and Family use.
JAMES W. HORTON,
ROBERT WALTON, Jn.
Augusta, Sept 10 3in37
Bagging, Rope, Salt, Flonr, &c?
500 Bushel? WHITE CORN.
1000 Bushels YELLOW COEN and MIXED;
25. Bales heavy GUNNY CLOTH ;
120, Coil? best GREEN LEAF ROPE ;
50 Half Coils " '. "
500 Lbs best TWINE;
500 Sack Liverpool SALT :
lOORlds Extra Family FLOUR:
100 Bbl? Clarified Sugar:
IO Rbis P. R. SUGAR:
30 Hags choice RIO COFFEE :
GO Rbis Muscovado MOLASSES; .
Long experience in business, and our .-facilities
for the purohaso of Goods, warrant us i/i'sayiiig
that wo FURNISH GROCERIES AS LOW AS
ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY, and of ns GOOD
QUALITY, as cars bo elsewhere obh?nwd.
^?f~ Your orders nrc respectfully soj ?cited, and
wo promise our be?t efforts to render -entire satis
BARER & SIFiELDSi
Augusta, Aug. 5 1m 30.
'?IUDS. CHOICE BACON,- Clear Sides,
Ribbed Sides, l'.egui.?ra and f Shoulders.
50 Bbls. Northern and Western FLOUR,
IO Tierces Primo CAROLINA. RICE,
125 Bbb!?. Refined B. SUGAFt,
5 Hhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
IO Bbls 1st Qualitv Golden. SYRUP,
IO Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
50 Bbls. Large No. 3 MA'CKTEREL,
1000 Sacks Choice Bread CORN
75 Boxes FAMILY S0A1.\
30 Boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
75 Bbl?, and Boxes CRACKERS and BIS
50 Bbls. Bourbon and other WHISKEYS
Large Lot of CASE LIQUOR S all varieties,
25 doz. HEIDSICK CHAM PAGNE, Pints,
40 Ca?ks BURTON ON TKENT ALE, in
Pint? and Quarts,
IO Chests Jonkins & Co!*, TEAS in Small
75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, assorted Sizop
CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES,
RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER,
100 Kegs LARD,
500 Sacks SALT?
Largo lot of BAGGING: and ROPE alway
And every tait* "usually ."kept in my lino,
For tale fey
Augusta? Sept. 4, tf SS
JONES & NORRIS,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors
WILL Practico their Profession in thc Courts
of EDGEFIELD iud LEXINGTON.
Ofico at Edgefiehl, in Law Hange.
LAMKKnT J. JO.NF.S, A. J. NORMS,
Newberry, S. C. ; Edgoficld, S. C.
Sept 5 3m 36
M?NGET & HARRISON,
Under Mnsonic Hall.
WBrcspcctfiilly inform our Mends and pat
ron?, nad the citizens of Ecgefield District
generally, that wc have openod, aidivill endeav
or to keep always on hand, a WELL SELECTED
Stock of Dry Goods,
GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERIES.
AVe hopo to share thc liberal pi tronago of all.
Give us ii call.
Wo will also Veep constantly on hand FLOUR,
MEAL, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, and such
' articles as aro mostly needed for tho table,
j Wc will pay the highest market price for Coun
[ try Produce. i
: S. II. M A NO ET,
ll. li. HAU BISON.
Sept 5_ tf 36
NOW' IN STORE!
IN addition to onr superior Stock of DRESS
GOODS and DOMESTICS, SHOES, HATS,
GROCERIES, tc, ?c., wo aro in receipt of a
splendid lot ot
COUNTRY CURED BACON,-nams, Sides
and Shoulden) ;
Frosh Groutid Family FLOUR;
CORN, CORN MEAL, GRITS, ?c.
All of which wifj bc sold at tho lowest Cash rate?.
I Glvo us a cali: C. A. CnEATHAM ? BRO.
Aug 28 tf 35
Fine Residence for Sale.
I OFFER for sale that most
DESEP.AliLE PLACE, tho late
Residence of-P. R. BLALOCK,
, This placo contains Two Hundred and
Fifty Acres, on which is erected a BEAUTI
FUL MANSION containing Eight or Ton Rooms,
with all nocessary out buildings, located 2A miles
from Edgcficld C. H., and within three milos of
thi: line of thc Columbia ?fc /.jigu.-ta Bnilroad.
Persons desiring to purchase a placo near thc
Village, where tho best cducai?onul advantages
arc afforded, would do well to examino this place.
W. J. BEADY, Exor.
Sept 12 2t_
LAND "FOR SALE.
ABOUT SIX IT UN D ItE D
ACHES, situated in Beech 3a8??j?&^
Island, South Cs.rolina, !' milts . Jff?&e?'*'
from Augusta. Town Creek runs ^Si?SBlBBSV
through this Land with water power suOieiont for
nu}' kind of Mill. It is* well-wooded and tim
bered. About 150 Acres of open land.
This Lnnd is good for Cotton or any kind of
.produce, and woul<? be inval'iablo for Fruit Or
chards, Nursery, Atc., a3 thc" .land/on the West
side of the Creek lies just right for Hfat purpose
It is also ono of the best kind of places for
raising Stock. ^
Apply to J. A. VAN WINKLE,
LAND FOR SALE.
THE Subscriber offers for sale ?rjftjB?j6jfcft
his VALUABLE PINEY %&BLWt&
WOODS PLANTATION, con- *9WRwP^
taming Six Hundred and Scv- *j?e6$S?i??>
en Acres, situated on Horso Creek, about throe
milos above Vaucluse, and within one milo of thc
route of tho Columbia k Augui '.i Rail Road.
Said place is well watered, has on it ia good Mil!
site with stono dam already built, is well adapted
to tho growth of Corn, Cotton, Potatoes, Peas,
and small Grain; will produce from ?00 to 100(1
pounds por acre; has a comfortable Dwelling and
other n?cossery out-buildings, and is. convenient
to thc marketa of Aiken, Uranitcvillo and Au
Those wishing lo pur?haso aro requested to col
on Mr. JAKES DAY, on tho promises, and exam
ino the prcsont orop, and then call and seo mo
Terms accommodating. .- ..
% ELBERT POSEY.
JUST received a superior article of WASHING
SODA. TEAGUE & OARWILE.
Sept ll tf 27
GRAY & TURLEY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Fancy and Staple
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Blankets, ?fcc, ?fcc?,
FIRST DOOR BELOW MASONIC HALL,
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
WE take great pleasure in announcing to our friends and the
Trading Public that we have made LARGE PREPARATIONS
for the business of the present Season. We have now in Store a
tm MD STAPLE DRY
Fall and Winter Trade of 1866,
To which we will make LARGE ADDITIONS by every Steamer
from New York.
-MR. CHRISTOPHER GRAY, with a ripe experience of Twen
ty five Years in the Dry Goods Trade, and who has been purcha
sing for the Augusta Market for Twenty Years, is now a member
of our Firm, and WILL RESIDE IN NEW YORK CITY, giving
all his time and attention to the selection of such supplies as will
meet the wants and tastes of our people.
This arrangement will give us EXTRAORDINARY FACILI
TIES FOR PURCHASING, and will enable us at all times, with
Ample Cash Capital, to take advantage of the FLUCTUATIONS
OF THE MARKETS, and the LARGE TRADE AUCTION
SALES that are taking place daily.
^COUNTRY MERCHANTS visiting Augusta, and Dealers
generally should not make a single purchase before examining our
Goods, and informing themselves of the Prices.
[[WAU orders entrusted to ns are executed with thc same
fidelity and attention which they would have, were the parties
present in person to select for themselves.
We have Full Lines of Hie following COTTON AND
WOOLEN GOODS, which are part i eu lari y adapted to
thc CITY AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
Brown SHIRTING3 and SHEETINGS ; Twilled TILESIAS and Glaced CAMBRIC ;
Bleached.SHIRTINGS ard SHEETINGS ; White and Red FLANNELS r
Brown and Bleached CANTON FLANNELS ; Gray, Blue and Yellow FLANiVELS ;'
Brown DRILLINGS and JEANS ; Opera and Shirting FLANNELS ;
Plain and Striped OSNABDRGS ; White and Colored Blankets ;
White and Slate Corset JEANS ; Ladies CLOAKINGS and SACKINGS :
Blue DENIMS and STRIPES ; SATINETS, TWEEDS and KERSEYS ;
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS ? Kentucky JEANS and Innin CLOTHS ;
All the Standard Brands of American CALI- Scotch TWEEDS and IIETHERS;
COES, in Colors, Plain Black, and Black Fine Colored French CASSIMERES ;
and White ; Fine Black BROAD CLOTH and DOE
Manchester and Lancaster GINGHAMS ; SKINS, fcc.", kc, kc
We have taken great care this Fall to make our
Bress Goods Department
More attractive than ever. It contains EVERYTHING FASH
IONABLE, EVERYTHING BEAUTIFUL, and EVERYTHING
CHEAP. We have also made some SPECIAL SELECTIONS IN
MOURNING DRESS GOODS which will be found very desirable.
Although we cannot enumerate we will give the name of a few
leading Goods in this Department :
Black and Colored SILKS ; Black Habit CLOTH and REPS ;
C-4 Real Black ALAPACA; Colored Empress CLOTH and VPJLOURS
G-4 Black and Colored LUSTRES : Pari's All Wools DELAINES and Scotcl
G 4 Black and Colored French MERINOES ; PLAIDS ;
6-4 Black and Colored COBURGS ; Oriental LUSTRES and DEBAGES ;
Rupex and American POPLINS : Paris Silk Plaid POPLINS ;
Black BOMBAZINES and Canton CLOTHS ; POIL DECILE VIES, kc, kc, kc
OUR CLOAK ROOM
Is thc largest in thc City, and will afford ample room for thc ."Ex
hibition of CLOAKS and SHAWLS of thc LATEST STYLES o
Ladies Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks
Will bein GREAT VARIETY, and from CHEAP to "VERY FISH
LADIES' SHAWLS Iff ?IOUSELINJ? DEL^ftE, M 3
RINO AND CASHilIERE,--Loiiff aud Square, iii tflacfcMf'd
and High Colors.
,. FULL SUPPLIES of the different Goods coming under *]l
following headings always on hand :
LINENS, WHITE GOODS,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS,
HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS,
RIBBONS, HABERDASHERY, &c.
^Packages delivered in any part of the City and Hamburg
FREE OF CHARGE. V 4 ?
GRAY & TURLEY,
Next Door to Masonic Hall.
Angosta, Sept 3 tf 36
For Picking Cotton in the Field I
ASIMPLE and compact Instrument neighing
about two pounds-pick three or four times
faster than by hand, leaving tho' Cottcn clean
and free from trash. Price $20.
Orders can be filled by
THE HOWE MANUFACTURING CO.,
81 Cedar St., New York.
Or by our Agents throughout the South.
New York, Aug 22 6mnip3i
State of South Carolina,
Catharine Holmes, et. al., 1
W. F. Prescott and W. L. j
Holmes, Adm'ors, et. al. J
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this case,
I will sell at Edgefield Court House, on Mon
day tho 1st day of October next, the REAL ES
TATE of Capt. WYATT HOLMES, dee'd., to wit:
TRACT NO. 1, Containing Three Handred
and Fifty-five Acres, more or less, adjoint glands
of P. Thurmond and other lands of tho Ecitate of |
Wyatt Holmes, dee'd.
TRACT NO. 2, Containing Two Hundrsd and
Eleven Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of J.
M. Clark, Thurmond and others.
TRACT NO. 3, Containing One Hundred and'
Forty-Six Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of i
J. M. Clark and other lands of the Estate of I
TRACT NO. 4, Containing Two Hundred and
Fifty-Two Acres, more cr less, adjoining lands J.
M. Clark, Mrs. Ann Collins, ct. al.
TRACT NO. 5, Containing One Hundred and
Forty-One Acres, more or less, adjoiniegs lands
of Pardue, J. M. Clark and others.
TRACT NO. 6, Containing One Hundred and
Eighty Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of the
Estato of Lewis ti lan ton, Mrs. Ann Collis B and
TRACT NO. 7, Containing Two Hundred and
Thirty-Eight Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Ann Collins and other lands of the Estate
of Wyatt Holmes.
TRACT NO. 8, Containing Two Hundred and
Seventy-Five Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Tandy Buckhaltor, Mrs. S. Branson, et td.
TRACT NO. 9, Containing Four Hundred and
Twonty-Sovon Acres, moro or less, adjoining
lands of Mrs. S. Brunson, James Collins, Estate
of Glouton and others.
TRACT NO. IO, Known as tho MERI
WETHER TRACT containingTwenty-O^e Acres,
more or los?, adjoining lands of F. W. Burt, Es
tato of Crafton and others.
^S3* Plats of tho Lands can be seen e t the
Sold on a credit of twelve months with interest
from day of sale, except so much thereof as will
bo necessary to pay the cost of this suit, which
must bo paid in cash. Purchasers will bo re
quired to give Bond with ampio personal sureties,
and a Mortgage of tho premises to secure tho pur
chase money, and pay for titles extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 4, 5t SO.
State of South Carolina,
M. M. Padgett and B. T.
R. D. Bryan, Ex'tor., Eliz. |
Stoue, ot. al. J
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this
cause, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on Mon
day, the 1st day of October next, tho REAL ES
TATE of W. L. STONE, dee'd., described in the
pleadings, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Five Hun
dred and Twenty-Eight Acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of the Estato of Dr. E. Bland, (leo.
Bland, Mrs. E. Holmes, J. C. Emyly and others.
Sold on a credit of twelve months with interest
from day of sale, except as to costs of suit, which
must be paid in Cash. Purehosor to give Bond
with nmplo Sureties, and a Mortgage of tho prem
ises to secure the purchase mcney. Titles ex:ra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 4, IS66 St 3>'l
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa., to me
directed, I will proceed to sell ou tho first
Monday in October next at Edgefiold C. H., the
following property, in the followiug cases, vir :
Waldo it Addison vs. Robt. G. Lamar, Thomas
G. Lamar and Thos. W. Whatley, Ono Tract of j
Land containing Ono Hundred Acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of L. Churchill, Wm. Hill
and others,-situated near the Town of Hamburg,
and lovicd on a: the pro . j of tho Dofendnnt
Robt. G. Lamar.
J. J. Kennedy vs A j. Nagle, Sr., One Tnct
of Land containing jj'ifty Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Thoa. Sealy, Mrs. Mary La
mar and others, situated near the Town of Haii
WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Sheriff's Office, Sept 5 5t 36
State of South Carolins,,
IN ORDIN?R Y.
Henry F. Green and wi&, Applicants, )
vs. ' I
Amelia Stidham, Emma Mois, James ?- Partit'ii.
Green, Guar, ud litein of Wm. Cook,
Ab. Cook and Samantha Cook, DC?'B J
BY an Order from the OrdiBary, lehaH proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the fin t
Monday in October next, for Partition, tbs
REAL ESTATE of MARSHAL STIDHAM, ?
deo'd, consisting of TWO TRACTS OF LANI) i
lyiug and being in the District and State afore
said, as folIowBi
Tract No. 1, the Homestead, containing
Two Hundred and Twelvo (212) Acres, more or
less, and adjoining lands of Maj. John H. Hughes,
Estate of Bailey Corloy, John Jennings, and th?
below mentioned Tract.
Tract No. 2, containing One Hundred anti
Nineteen (119) Acres, more or less, and adjoining
lands of Maj. J. H. Hughes, Tract No. 2, anci
TERMS-On a credit of two".ve months. Pos
session to he given 1st January next. Thc Pur
chaser to give Uond and Security and a Mortgage
of thc Premises to the Ordinary to secure the
purchaso money. Costs to be paid in Cash, in
Specie, and to pay for Titles extra.
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Scut 5 5t 36
State of South Carolina,
Jas. R. Crouch and wife Anna, Plaintiff, "j
vs 1 [ p
Simoon Crouch, Guar, adlitcm of James j
A. Ridgcll, Defendants.
Y an Order from the Ordinary, Ishallprocoed
_J to sell at EdgeGeld Court House on tho first
Monday in October next, for Partition, th<
REAL ESTATE of NORRIS J. RIDGELL
dee'd., nil that TRACT OR PARCEL of LANI
situated in thc District and Slate aforesaid, coa
tnining Ninety Acres, moro or loss, and boundeii
hylands of A. Whittle, M.DcToach, Joel Ridgel
fTERMS.-On a credit of Awolvc months. Pur
chasers to give Bond arfd'Security, and a Mort
gago to the Ordinary to seenro thc purchase mon
ey. Costs to bc paid in Cash *fli Specie, and ti
pay for Titles extra.
1 WM. SPIRES, S.E-D.
Sept 6 5t . 36
State of South Carolina
IN ORDINARY. t
Mathew Abnoyaild others, Plaintiffs'
Tro*.1 Posey, Guar, ad lltom of Partitic
^. SM* S Abney, Elvira Abney and
\ from the Ordinary, ? shall procoi
BY an OiTtev. "ofield Court jiouse, 0n the fii
to soil at E\ ?," noxt> f0r Partition, tl
Monday h? Oet&v r HOLLY A?3NEY, dee'i
REAL. ESTATE ?" ,t and 8tate aforesaid, co
situated in tho Dnrtriv TR" LAND, containing O
sisting pf a TRACT 0^ '^ore or tur, adjoini
Hundrod (Mfc) Acres, ? n"el Wobb, Chas. Nb
lands of Da vid Mack, Sax ate of- Walla
erson and Lauds of the Eris
and others^ Ve months.' T
TER2?S-On a credit of twe? V| 8nQ- tt rj?
chaser t>. givo Bond and Securrj^ uurchase m
gage t j,the Ordinary to seouro tue necie, and
ey. Costs to bo paid in Cash, in Bj,
pay for Titles extra? S.E.fJ
Sept fi.- it
THE WINTER SESSION ia till
open on the 1st.
Tho success of the past ls the bett guarantee
;hat can be given for molture.' A Adi Corps of
rc achers hos been secured.
Tomo? PER SESSIOR..
Primary Department, $ 7,00
Academic " 12,00
Collegiate " iBfl?
Music, Piano, . 30,00
Use of Piano, V 2,00'
Contingent Fee, 1,00
BOARDTHO.-Boaidir g at $10,00 per month.
-Tashing, fuel and light? extra.
Payment for Tuition and Board tn advance, in
?old, or its equiv .alen t hi currency.
J. L BONNER, PRES.
Due West, S. C., Sept. 12, 1866. 36. 37
Thia Institution has been reorgan
ized with Rev. R. C. GRIER, it*
former able President, and a fall
Corpus of Professors. Thoir long ex
perience as Instructors justifies the
Lssuranco that all reasonable expectations will
ic mei. -
The next Session will open on the First Monday
Tuition $32 ind one sub-certificate pr r year ; or
540 without sub-certificate. Contingent fe? threo
lollara per year.
Boarding can be obtained in families, including
oom ?nd bedding at $10 per month. Washing,
Tael and Lights will be charged extra?
The above prices axe estimated in Gold, or its
iquivalont, one half to be paid in advance, and
he other half at the middle of the year.
J. N. YOUNG, Treasurer.
Due West, Abbeville Dist, Sept 12 St 87
JOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION
KTfTE are pleased to announce to the public that
?" arrangements have been perfected for tho
esumption of th? exercises of this well known
nstitution, on Wednesday, the 14th of November
lext. Pay pupils will, as heretofore, be charged
(150 in specie, or its equivalent, per annum, for
Board, Tuition and all other attentions, except
my s ?ci ans1 bills. Those unable to pay the whole
>r any part of this sum, can become participants
>f the Legislative bounty, by making application
o the Commissioners, or to either of tho sub
The following is a list of the officers of the in
Board of Committioner*.
Gov. J. L. ORR, Columbia, S. C.
Chanc'r H. D. LESESNE, Charleston, S. C. :
Judge T. N. DAWKINS, Unionville, S. C,..-, ;
Department for Deaf and Lamb.
N. F. WALKER,
PROP. J. M, HUGHSTON. '
Department for the Blind.
J. S. HENDERSON,
Mas. L. C. W. HENDERSON.
MATROX-Mna. M. L. WALKER.
Parents and guardians disiring to plaee their
children or wards under our charge, where their
life-long afilietion, though incurable, can be/
ly mitigated, and where they may be pre|
moral, intellectual arid physical culto
ing, to become useful and happy members of so
ciety, should make immediate .application, as the
number received for the present will necessarily
By order of the Board of Commissioners.
J. S. HENDERSON,
N. F. WALKER,
Cedar Springs, Spartanburg District,'6. C.,
Scptll,18G6. .' tf 37.
THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL
will commence on MONDAY, the 3d of Sept,
Tuition,per Scuion of Five Month*.
In English Branches,....$20,00
In Ancient Languages and Advanced
Board, including Light and Washing,. 60,00
These charges aro in Gold, or its equivalent;
payable, one-half in advance, or the whole amount
at the middlo of the Session.
As Pupils who enter several weckt after the
School begins, or who arc frequently absent, al
ways give thc Teacher much extra trouble, no
deductions will bo mado in such cases. Parents
are earnestly requested to have their children
present the firtt day, and to keep them constant*
ly in attendance till the latt day of the Session.
Monthly reports of attendance, deportment,
and scholarship will be sent to parents, and every
snitablo effort will be made to secure good con*
duct, and faithful study on the part of Pupils.
L. R. GWALTNEY.
July 18, 2m 20
Shady Hill Select School
MRS. WM. GOODMAN will re
open her SELECT SCHOOL on tho
-'first Monday in September. Terms
for small Scholars, $5 per Session of
13 weeks ; $6 ftr those farther ad
vanced, with the addition of 50 cts. each for con
Latin and French, per Session, $5 each.
Music on the Piano, $10 ; use of Instrument $2.
Needle work and Plain Sewing taught gratis.
Aug 22 tf 34
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa. to mo directed,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
tho first Monday in October next, tho following
property, in the following cases, to wit :
James H. Ross vs. Willis Ross ; The Same vs.
The Same, One Tract of Land containing Four
Hundred an 1 Fifl/ Acres, more or less, adjoining
Lands of Roliu I hodes, B. A. Ross and others.
I will also sell in the same cases, on Saturday
the 22d September inst, at tho residence of the
Defendant, Willis Ross, SIX HEAD OF HOR
SES, -TEN HEAD OF CATTLE, ONE WAGON,
TWENTY HEAD OF HOGS, HOUSEHOLD and
KITCHEN FURNITURE, 4c.
Sept 5 _ " ' 3,ti?_- 36;
State o? South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whoreas, Patrick J. and Edward P. Coleman
have applied to mo for Letters of Administration,
on all and singular tho goods and chattels
rights and credits of John Coleman, late of tho
District aforesaid deceased.
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, thekindred and creditors of tho said
deceased, to be and a pp ear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Courtfor the said District,to bo holden
at Edgefield Court House, on tho 2fith day of
Sept inst, to show cauto,: if any, why tho said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 12th day
of Sept. in: the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and sixty-six", and in tho
ninctyfirst year of tho sovereignty und Indepen
dence of the United States of America.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Sept 17 2t_38_
Sate of South Carolina,
' IN EQUITY..
Zedekiah Watkins, Adm'r., ] Biji for iaW0f Land
B, Adm'r., )
_,v?; . . [and Relief.
John F. Clark, ct ni. F7?v
TT appearing to toy- satisfaction, that John F.
ll Clark and John.B. Vnncb,'two of the Defen
: J ant; in this cause,, reside beyond tho limits of
tho State, On motion by Mr. JONES, Sol. for Com
\ plainantylt is Ordered that they do plead, answer
I or demur, to tho bill 'within three months from the
; publication of. this.order, or pa; default thereof,
' that? d'eerso pro confetio he rendered aeainst
j them. Z. W. C?RWILE, C.EvE.D.
Sept 7, 1666 3m_ i7_
i mHE PUBLIC aro informed'that GEORGE S.
j JL McNEIXi is now at hi? Forge and ready to
i do any work in his line at the New Shop of
j W. Wt ADAMS.
: Aug 28 tf , ?.
APPLICATION will bo made at the regular
Session of the Legislature.to Charter a branch.
Road Lom Edgefield C.H.to infewectthe Colom
bia A'Augusta Railroad at the most accessible
point, forahe purpose of ropjiing Cari .thofloa,-.
either bySteam or Horse Power. r.
Sept 1 3m- SS
Guitar and Violin Strings
rr'store ft fun assortment- of GUITAR and
VIOLIN STRINGS-of the best quftUty.
TEAGUE ? CAR WILE.
Sr?tU 'tf W