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The Prettiest Hand.
Gt vc tue the hand that is warm, k^nd and ready;
Give Hg the obisp-that is. caita, true and ready;"
Give me the band that will nv.vcr deceive me;
Givo me the hand that I nye may believe thee.
Suit is the palm of the delicate womau ;
Hard is thc hand of lb? rough stuidy yeoman ;
Soft palm or hard hund, it matter? not-never !
Give me the baud '.h.t Li friendly forever!
Give me the hand thal Ls true as a brother,
Give me the band chat has harmed not another;
Give me the hand that has not f irsworn U;
Give me the grasp thai I moy adore it.' '
L-.vely the palm of thc fair, blue veined mnider. ;
Horny the hand of tho workman o'er iuden ;
Lovely or ugly, it matters not-never!
Give me ibo ??rasp that is friendly forever!
Giro BU tka g~i>p tb it is hones* a:?d hearty,
Free as the bree?*, and unshackled Uy puny ;
L. t tr endsi.ip g ve ibe gra^p tinU.bucfine bet -
Cl-so a? tho twine of the vine? of the M.inuier.
Give me ?be hand that in ?rue HS a brusher;
Give me 'he hand that hus harmed not .another ;
Sof: palm or hard hand, it ma't?rs uot-never !
Give me the grasp th*t is friendly forever !
A WAI' IO "I1KAU: L??D RIGS - If
ativ <?f your readers ti.-ed a sure rented)
fi>r bed bili's they can have mine, and
cleanse tlie foulest huirse ot tbese trouble
some vermin without expense. The)
hive Qjrty to wash wi'h sait- and \y?Hii\
filling the cracks where th**)' ??qrieiu
with salt, and y??u may lo.?k in vain f?>i
th.-sn. Salt skeins inimical to bed bug-.
?nd they will not trait liirwugh it. i think
it preferable to all ointments, and the
boiver rvquir*"? in? eertilieate as IO its
T.IMAKK Itess LAY.-The South Caro
lillian sty s, a neighing* states that hog*
la'd is *.1K- best, thing timi he catiJn d
in.x with die dough he ?jives to his.bet..-.
He say* ? eui ?( 'his tai as big HS a wal
nut, will se; a hen to laying immediate!)
..lilt-she h:rs lief ti setting, and that h\
feeding iJteiii willi lin*, (ar occasionally,
his hens continued laving through thc
F.'.TI'ESiKG STOCK.-Stock, says thc
Kural World, will fatten lietter in the
?I.uk than in th<^ Liiiht-belier in thc f.ili
(on account of the longer nights) than in
the summer. Whh less loud more weight
<*in lie secured itt thc daile than in
the ligh?. Experiments have suili
ciently demonstrated this. Thc pi.
pen should be dark-we have often seen
it made so with the finest effect in favor
ol' thc fattening of stock, lt is knowi
that light toughens thc tissue. For
work-horse the sim is excellent; for the
working-man the same ; but not for the
accfimulation of fat. Yet how few people
take advantage of these things.
VERMIN-FREE HESS' NESTS.-Thc fowls
of Thos. Lawrence of Rockland County.
N. Y., were greatly troubled with lice.
Having little soft hay for nests, Mr. L.
tried some Sycamore (button ball) leaves,
tor one or two nests fur sitting hens. In
these nests np lice were to bc found,
through they abounded elsewhere in thc
house-on sassafras roosts, in the nests,
and on the birds-in spite of thc most
diligent use of lime, ashes, etc. The
nests were all changed. Sycamore) leaves
took the place of hay and straw, and the
lice entirely disappeared, ^ftcr white
washing once or twice as usual. Now
the building has gone a long time without
whitewash, and still no vermin appear,
A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM.-Major J.
M. McCue, communicates a cure for the
Rheumatism, that has been used with re
markable success, lt seems that Mr.
Francis Few. of Dayton, Rockingham
county, saw the advertisement in a Nova
Scotia paper and sent for tho remedy, lt
is simply a table spoonful of thc juice of
the lemon taken every hour in thc day,
until thc benefit de rived from it. lt pro
duces profuse perspiration in a few hours,
. and Mr. Few got well. Others are using
it successfully ; some adding sugar, wa
ter, &C., to remove thc sharp aecidify.
How TO CUBE A FELON.-As wc often
see friends suffer with these very trouble
some things, we publish the following
cure for them, which we have heard
highly recommended. As soon as the
parts begin to swell, get the tincture
of lobelia, ?md wrap the part affected with
cloth saturated thoroughly with the tinc
ture, and the felon is dead. An old phy
sician says he has known it to cure in
score of cases, and it never fails If applied
Gloves may be cleaned thus: Wrap a
fine cloth around your finger, dip it in
new milk ;. chen rub on fine soap, and
rub the glove lightly. In ali the above
operations, the glove must be on the hand.
Fou CORKS.-Take twenty cents worth
of acetic acid and apply ?tr to the corns
every night and morning, lt will cause
no pain and produce a certain cure. In
five days the corn may be? entirely re
moved with the finger nail.
Ipropose to bet TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
that I eau show on my Plantation on Saluda
River the UBST TWO HUNDRED ACRES Of
COTTON on the 1st day of October I860 in the
District ef Edgefield, S. C. Thc land to be meas
tired-and the quality of the crop determined by
throe disinterested judges ; or, if tho party ac
cepting this baDter prefers, will gather and wei<;h
the Cotton after it ia picked. This crop has been
raised by parties who rent the pluce for the year.
J. S. COLES.
Sept? 18 lt s?
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Principal ?ffice, 616 Brondway,
I RE AT IMPROVEMENT in Sewing Ma
_r chino. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion
Sewing Machine. It is rendcredfcioiseless in ac
tion. Its motion being ?ll positive, it is not lia
ble to get out ot" order. It is the best Family
Machine ! Notice is called to our new and Im
proved Manufacturing Maehlno, for Tailors and
Boot and Shoo Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom
a liberal discount will be given. No consign
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Au; S . lymp 32
THE Subscriber, for tho convenience of his old
Friends and Customers, has placed his
NOTES and ACCOUNTS in the bands of J. L.
ADDISON, Esqr., who will ploase settle the same
witb as little inconveaience to them as possible.
JOHN M. CLARK.
Sept. ll_4t 37
&QO A MONTH !-AGENTS wanted for
*1P&\7 ?ix entirely veto article*, just out. Ad
dress 0. T. GAREY City Building, Biddleford,
Me. Juno 6 ? . iswly 23
ALL persons indebted to ?ho Estate of JOHN
QUATTLEBAUM. dee'd., will please make
immediate payment, and all persons having de
mands against the said Estate are requested to
present them, duly attested, to the undersigned at
tho late residen co of the deceased, on or before
the 30th day of January 1867/as there will be a
final settlement of the Estate on that day.
Jan SO ly ?6
To t?e Public.
fW??St Subscriber announce- that be has opened
JL the STABLES connected with the Planters'
Hotel, and will fake especial care of all HORSES , T
that may bo sont io bis Stables. Terms reasons- fe
w?- & J. MCCONKEY, j ?
fiept 1$ 2t ?* J
FLEMING & ROWLAND,
jfTHE Subscribers iuvile the attention of thc
public generally' and Planters in particular, to
their Stock of GROCERIES, consisting inpart
' G U SN Y and HEMP BAGGING ;
ROPE of all kinds:
BACON' SID?S and SHOULDERS:
MOLASSES in Hhds. and Bbls.; -
A B ?nd C SUGARS-R. fined :
CRUSHED utd POWDERED .SUGARS;
SUGARS of low tirade;
GOOD a:.d PRIME COFFEE;
Superflue Family nod Extra Family FLOUR .
WHITE ?ind YELLOW CORN;
FRESH BEAT RICE';
SALT, IRON. NAILS;
GRINSTONES, NOVA SCOTIA GRIT?;
RICHMOND FACTORY OSNARURGS;
" STRIPES ;
Plain mid Twilled.
|f??f~ we are prep?rid io fell On,, ls LOW for
Cash ur on Sh?.rt Draft.
FUHIIXtt & ROWLAND.
Au_'?i*tn, Sept 15 .'?inSS
rjrvlE Co Pantwr.-lfip heretofore pxhting under
fi. thu natue ?ind style nf JAMES E. COOK |
& CO , fas dnaolved ?.n the 3d id' September in
st.int. hy 'he withdrawal uf. tte GranitevilU- Man
ufuciu i"g Cou); ?ny.
J A "5. I!, C' .OK.
WM t. RKG.:..lWt
Griniterillt MT'g. Co.
To the Public.
rpllE Undersigned h:.ve tu tfcl i Co- P..yUier
JL -!ii|i tin ter Irli? Firm i.aiAe of COOK i
L':-.l; HY, foe tho litt ilia et IOU i f a
(?enera! Retail Business
Ia the Town cf Granit'i i'.le. ind hope by close
atlcntiou and LOW PRICES to merit ? contin
ua: ce of t'uc liberal patronage herc'ofore bes
towed upyn-the late Kirai of .IA Tu ES E. COOK
? CO. JAMES E. COOK,
J ILES M. BERRY.
GraniterKle. Sept 12, ISCO. 2t 3S_
NOW IN STORE!
EN addition to our superior Stock of DRESS
GOODS und DOMESTICS, SHOES, HATS,
GROCERIES, ?c., ,tc , we ere in receipt of a
splendid lot of
COUNTRY CURED BACON,-Hams, Sides
and Shoulders :
Fresh Ground Family FLOUR;
CORN, CORN MEAL, GRITS, Ac.
All ol which will be sold at thc lowest Cash rates.
Give us a call. C. A. CHEATIIAM.it BRO.
Au* 28 if 35
Fine Residence for Sale.
i ^ r OFFER' for sale that most
Jr^&rA* DESIRABLE PLACE, the late
Residence of P. R. BLALOCK,
This place contains Two Hundred and
Fifty Acres, on which is erected a BEAUTI
FUL MANSION containing Eight or Ten Rooms,
with all necessary out buildings, located 2* miles
from Edgeficld C. H., and within three miles cf
the line of the Columbia i Augusta Railroad.
Persons desiring to purchase a. place near the
Village, whera thc best educational advantages
are afforded, would do well to examine this place.
W. J. READY, Ex'or.
"LAND FOR SALE.
ABOUT SI X H UND RE IO
ACRES, ?ituatcd in Beech
Inland, South Carolina, 9 miles
(rom Augusta. Town Creek nuis
through this Land with waler power sufficient for
any kind of Mill. It is well-wooded and tim
bered. About 1 jO Acres of open land.
Tb is Land is c<md f?r Cotton or ?ny kind of
produce, and would bo invaluable for Fruit Or
chards, Nursery, ic, as thc land on the West
.?ide '?f tbo Creek lies just right Rr tbatpurpose.
It is also one of thc best kind of places for
Apply to J. A. YAN WINKLE,
Aug 2ui 35
LAND FOR SALE.
TUE Subse'riber offers fur sale
His VALUABLE PINEY
WOODS PLANTATION, con- .
taiuing Six Hundred and s cv
Rn Acres, situated on Horsc^rcck, about three
miles above Vaucluse, and wiwin one mile of the
ronte of tho Columbia ? Augusta Rail Rond.-?
Said place is well watered, has '.n it a pood Mill
?te with stone dam already built, ?a well adapted
to the growth of Corn, Cotton, Potatoes, Pens,
and small Grain; will produce from -AH) lo 1000
pounds per acre; has a comfortable Dwelling and
other necessary out-buildings, and is convenient
to I he markets of A ikcu, Graniteville and Au-,
Those wishing to purchase aro requested to call
on Mr. JAKES DAV, tm tho.premise!', and exam
ine the present crop, and then call and sec me.
Aue 28 _____ 2ul* M
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa. to me directed,
I will proceed to sell nt Edgciield C. H., on
the first Monday in October next, .ho 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 ant Fifty Acres, more or loss, adjoining
Lands of Rolin Rhodes, B. A. Rofl and others.
I will also sell ia the same cases, on Saturday
the 22d September inst., at thc resilenco of the
Defendant, Willis Ross, SIX HEAD OF HOR
SES, TEN HEAD OF CATTLE. ONE WAGON,
TWENTY HEAD OF HOGS, HOUSEHOLD and
KITCHEN FURNITURE, ?c.
W. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Sept 5 Ste 3fi
OR were taken by somo One, frqnx this Village,
on Sale day last, TWO POINTER DOGS
one straw colored and answered to thc name of
Beppo ; thc other white, with a few dark brown
spot-, and answers to tho natue of Pluto. Any
information left ut this Office cou:orning said
Dogs will be duly appreciated.
Sept 17 __U_3S
APPLICATION will be made to thc next Ses
sion of tho Legislature to discontinue the
Aiken Real from Holmes'Tavern via Siegler's
Mill toAdkerson's fend-, and to open i.nd straight
en thc old Aiken Road from Holmes' Tavern via
Addison's (now Lucas') Mill to Randals, the Pub
lic Aiken Road.
Sept 1 3m 38
APPLICATION will bc inndo at the regular
Sos?ion of tho Legtflature taCbariera branch
Road from Edgefield CT II. to intersect tho Colum
bia ? Augusta Railroad at the most accessible
point, for tho purpose of running Cara thereon,
either by Steam or Horse Power.
Sept 1_3 tn 37
THE Undersigned will, for tho noxt ninety
dill's, hold themselves ready to Compromise
wrth tboir debtors. All those indebted are earn
estly requested to come forward and a-ail them
selves of this^fler. The terms will be uceouimo
laling And satisfactory. Ono of tho Firm can be
ound at tho Masonic Huilding, Liberty Hill, S.
at til hours of the day.
, LANIER & LEWIS.
Aug*28 1m* 35
m-* K/_T| PER YEAR1 ~We wnnt Agents
[pXtjW everywhere to soil our IMPROVED
20 Sowing Machines. Throo now kinds. Under
nd upper feed. Sent?n trial. Warranted five
ours. Above salary or largo commissions paid,
'ho OWLY mnehinessold in United States for loss
ian $40, whioh n.?tjnlty lieented hy Howe, Whee
r if- Wilton, Grover it Baker, Singer <?. Co., and
'cehelder. All other cheap machines are iu
.ing?ments and the tiller OT user are liable to ar
r?f, ?ne and imprisonment. Illustrated cireu
rs sent/ree. Address, or call upon'Shaw &
lark, at Biddleford, Maine, or Chicago, UL
Jena? ?9t?j XS I
5CH00L OF MEDICINE.
Session of 1866 and 1867.
). WARREN, BRICKELL, M. D., Professor of
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, etc.
IOWARD SMITH, M. D., Professor oT Materia
:. L. CRAWCOUR, M. D., : Professor of Princi
ples and Practice of Medicine.
?IENRY F. CAMPBELL, M. .D., Professor of
\LFRED C. HOLT, M. D., Professor of Clinical
k. E. PETICOLAS, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
J. D. BRUNS, M. D., Profesyor-pf Physiology
and Pathology. !
Chair of Chemistry will be filled at an carly day.
W. S. MITCHELL, M. D., Adjunct Professor of
Anatomy and Special Lecturer on Ophthalmic
Surgery and Diseases of the Eye.
JOS. HOLT: M. D , Assistant to the Chair of.
A. W. PERRY, MM), and FRED. LOBBER, M.
D., Demonstrators of Anatomy.
Tho Eleventh Annual Course of Lectures in
this Institution will begin November 12th, 18?fi'
and cud March 12ih ensuing. A Preliminary
Course will bogin October 15th, and will bc free
to all persons.
Thc Faculty, undei the laws of the State of
Louisiaua, are Visiting Physicians and Surgc-ns
to the great Ch: rity Hospital, situated ut thc very
d/.>or of-lho Schcol, and their pupils havo free ac
cess to the ward.!.
Thc Dissecting Rooms arc unsurpassed for ex
tent and comfort and will be opened on thc 15th
Dissecting Material will bc furnished gratis.
All tho Tickets.$U0 00
Matriculation (paid but once)....-....~ 5 00
Practical Anatomy.......... 10 00
Diph.iua-iii Medicino.-. 30 00
Diploma in Pharmacy. 15 0"
Boord and lodging can hu as cheaply procured
iu New Orlens as ?nany large city in th'u country.
I). WARREN BRICKELL. Iii. D" Dean, .
1S5 Carondelet Street, New Orlears.
THE WINTER SESSION in this
p?-? Institution will open on tho 1st
The success of the past is thc bc?t guarantee
that eau bo given for tho future. A full Corps of
Teachers has been secured.
TUITION Pnn SESSION.
Primary Department, $ 7,00
Academic * 12,00
Collegiate ? 1S,00
Music, Pinno, 30,00
Uso of Piano, 2,00
Contingent Fee, . 1,00
BOARIHX?.-Boarding at $10,00 per month.
Washing.Tuel and lights extra.
Payment for Tuition and Board in advance, in
auld, or its equivalent in currency.
J. I. BONNER, PRES.
Due West, S. C., Sept. 12, 1866. .3t 37
This Institution has boen reorgan
ized with Rev. R. C. GRIER, its
former ublo Prosident, and a full
Corps of Professors. Their long ex
perience as Inslructjrs justifies the
assurance that all reasonable expectations will
Thu next Session will open on tho First Monday
Tuition $32 and one sub-certificate per year; or
$10 without ?ub-certificato. Contingent fee three
dollars per year.
Boarding eau be obtxined in families, including
room and bedding at $10 per month. Washing,
Fuel and Lights ? ill be charged extra.
Thc above prices are estimated in Gold, or its
equivalent, one half to be paid in advance, and
tho other half at the middle of tho year.
J. N. YOUNG, Treasurer.
Duo West, AbbovilloDist., Sept. 12 3t 37
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION
.ni UTI in
WE are pleased to announce to thc public that
arrangements have been perfected for the
resumption of the exercises of this well known
institution, on Wednesday, the 14th of November
next. Pay pupils will, as heretofore, be charged
$150 in specie, or it? equivalent, per annum, for
lioaad, Tuition and all other attentions, except
physicians' bills. Those unable to pay the whole
or any part of this sum, can become participants
of thc Legislative bounty, by making application
to the Commissioners, or to either thc sub
The following is a list of the officers of the in
Boan/ of Comm?H'ioncr?,
Gov. J. L. ORR, Colurabiu, S. C.
Chanc'r H. D. LESESNE, Charleston, S. C.
Judge T. N. DAWKINS, Unionville, S. C.
Department for Deaf aw/ Du.-ub.
N. E. WALKER,
Pnor. J. M. HUGHSTON.
Department for the Blind. '
J. S. HENDERSON,
Mns. L. C. W. HENDERSON.
MATRON-MRS. M. L. WALKER.
Parents and guardians disiring to place their
children or wards undor our ehnrge, whero their
life-lung H :;netion, though incurable, can be great
ly mitigated, and whore they may be prepared, by
moral, intellectual and physical culture and irain
iig, to become useful and happy members of so
ciety, should make immediate application, as tho
number received for the present will necessarily
By order of tho Board of Commis'ioners.
J. S. HENDERSON,
N. F. WALKER,
Cedar Springs, Spartanburg District, S. C.,
Sept. ll, 1800. tf 37.
State of South Carolina,
?N ORDINAR Y.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Patrick J. and Edward P. Coleman
have Applied tu me for Letters o l'Administration,
on all and singular the gooJs and chattels
rights anil credits of John Coleman, late of the
District aforesaid deceased.
Those aro, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and siugular.thekindrcd and creditors of the said
docoased, to bu andappcarbefore me, atour next
Ordinary'sCourtfor tho said District,to beholden
at Edgefield Court House, on the 2*th day of
Sept inst., to show cause, if any, why tho said
administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and teal, this 12th day
of Sept. in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and sixty-six, and in the
ninetyfirst ye?r'of tho sovereignty and Indepen
dence of tho United States of America.
W.F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Sate of South Carolina,
' IN EQUITY.
Zedekiah Watkins, Adm'r., j "." for ^ of Land
John F.Clark, et. al. J and Relief.
IT appearing to my satisfootion, that John F.
Clark and John B. Vance, two of the Defen
dants in this cause, reside beyond tho limits of
thc State, On motion by Mr. JONES, Sol. for Com
plainant, It is Ordered tlmt they do plead, answer
or demur to tho bill within three months from the
publication of this order, or on dofault thereof,
thut a decree W'<> cnnfe**% be rendered against
them. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sopt. 7, 1866_3m_3jr_
Call and Settle.
THOSE indebted tc-tho Subscriber on Account
arc requested to call on Mr. JAS. M. HARRI
TON, my authorized Agent, and settle the samo by
lash or Noto, immediately. My old business
must be closed up.
. TnOS. G. BACON.
Aug. 29 lni "55
OTICE is beroby given tbat application will
^ . bo made to tho Legislature adi ts'next sitting
to hnvotho Estate of NOELETHEREDGE, dee'd.,
liablo to escheat, vested in his mother NELLY
PARTAIN, and his brother, JACOB ETUEREBOE.
Au''"s 2? 3m 35
To my Debtors.
THIS is to inform ALL MY DEBTORS, that
if they will come forward and pay me their
flutes-and Accounts, that I will loso half tho
mount due on said Accounts and Notes, together
rith all the interest thereon. I know that.tbo
icoplo nre oppressed, and cannot pay all their
ndebtedi.css. My Creditors exact from roe every
ent I owe them, with interest added. I expect
io quarters from thom. But I will be more
;cnerous to my Debtors than my Creditors are to
ie, if they will come forwird and settle between
his and t io first of November next.
fi. A. GRAY.
Sept 12 If 9?
Has on Hand and receiving daily a large and well assorted Stock of
LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN, GENTS and BOYS.'.
OF EVERY DE'SCRIPTIOR that can-be had in ?NY MARKET.
Merchants and Planters
Would do well to call.and examine my Stock before purchasing
elsewhere... It is my-determination to keep a
I -UV & & fi
My motto is .' x
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
ONE PRICE, A? CHEAP FOR CASH!"
^^PDont forget the place.
182 1-2 Broad Street, next Door above Mrs. AV Fredricks,
23FT. W. HENRY, late with BONES & HENDERSON, will be
pleased to see his old friends at M. COHEN'S Shoe Emporium..
Augusta. Sept 3 Hm 36
NOTICE TO PLANTERS !
WE ABE RECEIVING
AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Pure No. 1
WHICH WE WARRANT GENUINE.
CRUMP, DAVISON & CO.,
No. 209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Sept 10 3m37
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No. 6, Warren Block,
HAVE excellent CLOSE STORAGE ROOM
for COTTON, and will give their personal at
tention to its SALE and STORAGE.
Also offer for sale
100 Bales Heavy ?unny BAGGING j
200 Coils Green Leaf ROPE ;
200 Half Coils Green Leaf ROPE ;
500 Pounds Bagging TWINE;
. 50 Barrels SUGAR;
25 Boxes CANDLES;
20 lintis. BACON SIDES ;
*5 " " SHOULDERS;
100 Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO;
20 Barrels ASSORTED WHISKIES;
Ac., Ac, Ac. <0f
' Augusta, Sept IO .'!in .'.?
"HHDS. CHOICE BACON,-Cloar Side?,
Ribbed Sities, Regular* and Shoulders.
50 Bbls. Northern and Western FLOUR,
IO Tierces Prime CAROLINA RICE,
125 Bbbls. Refined B. SUGAR,
5 Hhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR.
IO Bbl? 1st Quality Goldeu SYRUP,
IO Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
50 Bbls. Large No. 3 MACKEREL,
lOOO Sacks Choice Bread CORN
75 Boxes FAMILY SOAP,
30 Boxas ADAMANTINE DANDLES,
75 Bbls. and Boxes CRACKERS and BIS
50 Bbls. Bourbon and other WHISKEYS
Large Lot of CASE LIQUORS all varieties,
25 doz. HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, Pints,
40 Casks BURTON ON TRENT ALE, in
Pints and Quarts,
IO Chests Jenkins A Co's, TEAS in Small
75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, assorted Sizes,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES,
RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER,
100 Kegs LARD,
500 Sacks SALT,
Large lot of BAGGING and ROPE always
And every thing nsually kept in my linc,
For sale by '
Augusta, Sept. 4,_ tf_36
BORTON & WALTON,
CONTINUE BUSINESS AT
Store No* 287, Broad Street,
Next Door Below Old Union Bank Building.
INCREASED FACILITIES wo are
prepared with a FULL STOCK to sell at LOW
EST MARKET PRICES all Goods usually'sold
ia our lin:, suited to Merchant's Trade, Planta
tion and Family usc.
JAMES W. HORTON,
ROBERT WALTON, JR.
Augusta, Sept 10 3ni37
BaSgtog, Rope, Salt, Flour, &c.
500 Bushels WniTE CORN.
1000 Bushels YELLOW CORN and MIXED ;
25 Bales heavy GUNNY CLOTH;
120 Colls best GREEN LEAF ROPE ;
50 Half Coils " " "
500 Lbs best TWINE;
500 Sack Liverpool SALT ;
lOOBbls Extra Family FLOUR; '
100 Bbls Clarified Sugar;
40 Bbls P. R. SUGAR;
30 Bags choice RIO COFFEE ;
00 Bbls Muscovado MOLASSES;
Long experience in business, and our fuoilitios
'or the purchase of Goods, warrant us in saying
bat wo FURNISH GROCERIES AS LOW AS
\NY HOUSE IN THE CITY, and of as GOOD
QUALITY as can bo elsowhoro obtained.
??t" Your orders aro respectfully solicited, and
ro promise our best efforts to render entire satis
BAKER 4 SHIELDS, j
Augusta, AB*. S Sn 20,
JONES & NORRIS,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors
WILL Practice their Profession in the Court?
of EDGEFIELD and LEXINGTON.
Ofice at Edgefield, in Law Range.
LA M in:RT J. JOKES, A. J. Nonius,
Newberry, S. C. Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 5 3m 36
HW. ADDISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
. and SOLICITOR IN EQUITY for Edge
field and adjacent Districts.
Edgefield, S. C., May 22 4m 21
'll. M. PARKER respectfully announce?
that bo ?3 well prepared to execute in the' liegt
manner end promptly all work in the bnsinos?,
-and at greatly reduced figures.
Having acquainted himself with the late ines
timable improvements in the profession, and se
cured a full stock of materials, ?c., he warrant?
good and satisfactory work to all who may desire
Edgefield, S. C., Ang. 1, tf 31
The Friends of Capt. A. P. WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff of
Edgefield at the next election.
Nov 7 te? 45
?SS* Wc have been authorized by tho Friend;
of Capt. II. BOULWARE to announce him a
Candidato for Sheriff of Edgefield District at the
Apr 12 to? 1?
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friend.? of D. A. J. BELL, Esq.,
respectfully nomiuato bim as a Candidate fo
TAX Collector at the next election.
OotlS * te 43
For Tax Collector.
THE many Friends ol Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL respectfully nominate j?fa as a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR Dt rtTfliext election.
Doc 6 te* 60
jiSlMVe have boen' anthorited by tho many
friends of Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN to an
nounce him a Candidate for Clerk of tho Court
of Common Ploas for Edgefield District at the
Jnne 20 te 27
MANGET & HARRISON,
Under Masonic Hall.
WE respectfully inform our friends and pat-.!
rons, and the citizens of Edgefield District,
gonorally, that we have opened, and will endeav
or to keep always on band, a WELL SELECTED
.Stock of Dry Goods,
GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERIES.
We hopo to share the liberal patronage of all.
O ive. us a call.
Wo will also keep constantly on hand FLOUR,
MEAL, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, and such
articlos as are mostly needed for the tablo.
Wo will pay the highest market price for Coun
S. n. MANGET,
H. B. HARRISON.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce that
thoy are now prepared to dp all work in the
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI-.
NESS that m ly be ontrnstert totbom, in a work
manlike, manner, and. with noatneasHsd dispatch, j
We have on hand a fow CARRIAGES aed su
jorior BUGGIES,, of our cwn manufacture, which
70 will soil low.
Allkindsof REPAIRING done promptly and'
warranted to gtv? satisfaction.
?STAB we sell ONLY FOR CASH, ourpricei
ire unusually reasonable All we ask is a trial.
SMITH 4c J??JGS.
3j2? ! Hil
'Y/F.RIENDfl and the TRAVELING PUB
._?LIO GENERALLY are notified that I have
aken a NEW LEASE on this House, and will be
rlad to serve them to the best of my ability on. j
ill occasions, and at all times. . J\ .'' . .
N.B. Believo no reports from' any quarter
whatever that I have given up tho Hotel, or tht.t
[ intend doing so. V My calculation" ii to bo pei-j
manently located, and,tay friendsah?y-rely upon
anding m?r>t homtfyahd pIeMe'a*l?"seo and serve" *
WH.. M. THOMAS?
Augusto, July 27, 3m 29
Established in Charleston, in 1837,
And in Angosta in 1?48.
_-, - . S ; . -. .". ? : S i > ? . .
rglHE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
X tho residents of Edgefield and tho adjoin
ing Districts that he has been appointed Agot
f?r the THREE BEST PIANO MAREKS
IN THE WORLD, viz:
STEINWAY A SONS, New York,
CHICKERING A SONS, Bouton,
HAZELTON BROS., New York. ; - i ?fe.
S . . i. s \ .:. ? ?x.f a*S
And holwill sell their. Instruments a't:FACTO;
RY PRT?ES, with freight added; gi
Persons wishing to purcijsao a SUGERI Ol'
PIANO FORTE will please send for Circulars
and Illustrated Catalogues, and they will fin?
they.can purchase frpm the BEST MASERS, ah
as Jj ow Prices as they can of inferior onos.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent fret
of all charges.
GEO; ?. OATES, ;
240 Broad Street,
?&~A\so, Agent for Mason A Hamlin's1 cele
brated CABINET ORGANS.
Apr 24 tf 17
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
on baud, and are receiving, c
FINE ASSORTMENT of
Which they offer AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
They aie also prepared to Mi .-EE TO, ORDER
and REPAIR any thing in our lino of business
at short notice
Cane-Bottom Chairs. RE-SEATED at a living
price, at 137 Broad Street, opto;?tc Monument
' WEST & MAY.
June ll 6:n 24
GOOD NEWS FROM BRAZIL.
.Wa beg leave to iuform our old patrons ot
Edgefield and tho surrounding Districts that, we
have located at ' ?
.140 Broad Stwet,
.Augusta, Georgia^ ! I
Where we will take pleasure Ul offering them*
GREATER INDUCEMENTS than over. *' *
We have on hand and are constantly receiving
a splondid assortment of
, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
Having lived many years in Hamburg, tia
former principal market of Western South Caro
lina, wc have selected the above Goods with a
view of meeting the wants of our old customers.
^E?f Country Merchants and Planters will di
well to give us a call. .
}?3?rRemember, 140 Broad Street, Au*
LEVY & ASHER.
A. LEVY, formerly of Hamburg, S. C..
A. ASHER, formerly of the Edgefield Rangers.
Apr 24 6m 17
The State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, '?. W. Carwile, C.E.E.D., has applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular tho goods and chattels, rights and credit*
of G. R. A. Morgan late of the District aforesaid,
r These ure, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said decoascd, to be,and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden nt-Edgctield C. H. onthe.'iUth day of Sept.
next, to : h?>w cause, if any, why the said
administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 18th da\
of Aug. in the year of our Lord one thou
sand oight hundred and sixty-nx, and in the
91st year of American Independence.
W. F. DVRTSOE, 0. E. D.
Aug 22_. 6t _34_
State of South Carolina,
Jemima Barlee and others, )
Applicants, Petition tot Parti
-1 Joseph and hi. "wife tion of Real Eata,?'
Eliza, D n dan ts. j -
Ff appearing to my satisfaction ^that -?
Josopb and his"wife Eliza, Defendants in the
above stated case reside beyond tho limits of this
State, It is therefore Ordered, That they do appear
and object to the division or sale of thc Real
Estate of Lewis W. Bartee, deceased, on or before
the 27th day of October next, or their consent
the same will bo entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, O.2.D.
Aug. 4, 3m - 32.
ALL perilous indebted to tb? ?state of JOHN
L. DO BEY, doe'd., aro notified to pay the
same at an early date. Tho.-e having claims
against said Estate are required to render them in
by the 15th October rest, or said claims will bo
barred, as on that ?ay a final settlement will be
made in the Ordinary's office on thc said Estate.
W. E. DOBY, Ad'or.
July 4_3m_ 27
THE. BOOKS, NOTES and ACCOUNTS" of
ff. E. BOWERS, Agent, bave.been placed
in my hands for settlement. Parties concerned
are hereby notified that they must settle, or legal
process will be instituted.
The Books, ?c., may be found until 10th Sept
at thc Store oi S. E. BOWEBS, Hamburg.
JOHN S. DAVIDSON,
Attorney at Law, Broad St, Augusta,
Opposite Contr?d EoUAi
Aug 28 . ' tf" 35
ALL persons having claims against the Estate
of nENRY C. HERLONG, decea edj either
as principal or surety, are requested to furnish me
with copies of their demands by.tho ICth day of j
October next. '
H. T. WRIGHT, Adm'or.,
With tho will annexed.
Aug'st. 5 4t 3G
TUE undcr.'igncd ha? appointed JAMES A.
TALBERT her true and lawful Attorney for
the purpose of attending to her business general
ly, and invests him with full authority to give
receipts, and acquittances in her name, in all cases
wherein the same may bo necessary. -
Aug. 30,1855. , 4t 36.
* Estate Notice.
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of J. P.
BATES, deceased, are requested to pay the
same as early as .possible. Thoso having olaims
against the Said Estate ore notified to rendcrthem
in to the undersigned, properly attested.
LUCY J. BATES, Ad'ix.
July 30 - Wt 31,
FROM Granitevillo on the Mtb, a bay MARE
MULE, medium sise, 8 years old, roached
mano and tail. No particular marks reuollectod
with tho oxception of one on bock made by cart
saddle. ? , .
A liboral reward will bo paid on del ivery of ?
said Mulo to me at Granitevillo.
Septic * 39 J
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT,
katharine ?Haime*, et al.,
?V. F. Prescott and W. L
tlc-lmcs, Adm'ors, et al. j
Y Virtnenf in Order of the Court in iL? ease,
I will-soil afr Edgeflold Court House, on Mon
ia* tt?it lst'd?y of October next, the REAL ES
rATE,Of'Co\^wYATT HOLMES, dec'd., to wit:
;>TRA^x??R- 1, CtmUin?rg Three Fandred
ind Fifty-fire Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of P. Thurmend and other lands of the Estate of *
Wyatt Holmes, dec'd.
TRACT NO. 2, Containing Two Hundred 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
J. M. CJark, a
Fifty-Two Acres, more or less, adjoining lands J.
M. Clark, Mrs. Ann Collins, el
TRACT.NO. 5f ^ntajningOiTe'; HnfldKd-jr?d
Ferty-OnaAdres^taoro orMesfl^tdj?in'cgs lands
of Pardue, J. M. Clark and others.
TRACT NO. G, Containing One Hundred and
Eighty Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of the
Eitnto.of Lewis Glknton, Mrs. Ann Collins and
V-?RAfl^NO. 7, Containing Two Hundred and
Thirtyx?igbt Acres, more or les?, 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 Jess, adjoining landa vi
of Tandy. EucKhaltet, Mrs." S.'Brunsori, ot al.
.* TBA0TN?7?; Cta?oi?ing WuV Hoifdred rind
Twenty-Seven Acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Mrs. S. Branson, James Collins, Estate ,
of Glouton and other*."'
-? TRACT-'-NO. IO, -K??W asr*t??' MERRI- *
WETHER TRACT containing Twenty-One Acres,
Sold on a credit of twelve months with interest
from day of sale, except jo much thereof os will
be necessary to ptxyv theicost of this > .*?, which
must ?oe paid in-cash.<. Furcbasera will be re
quired to give Bond with ample personal furctics,
and a'Mortgage of the prom ?'?es to'secure the pur
chase money, and pay for titles extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sept 4, , .5* <*y-T 3? .
~-'?-.?" ? - J? i-fri
State of South.Coolina,
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
- IN EQUITY.
M. M. Padgett and B. T. }
c'T*"Tl Vt,:*3? if ?
R. D. Brysn,Ex'tor.; Eliz.4k .
Stone, et. ag ; ' , ?j "ii ?|
BY-yirtne "of an""Order <>f ibo Court in this
cause, I will soil at Bdgefield C. H., on Mon
d ay, .the 1st da/ of Ootobcr next, tho REAL ES
TATUE bf W. L- STONE, dec'd., dc* cribed 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 Estate of Dr. E. Bland, Geo.
Bland, Mrs. E. Holmes, J. C. Smyly- 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. Purchaser to give Bond
with ample Sureties, and a Mortgage of the prem
ises to-secure tho purchase money. Titles' extra.
'.Z. W. CARWILE, 05E.E.D.
Sept. 4, 1866 , Ajfo ?;.. ;? ] ?6
J?Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa, to mo
D directed, I will proceed to sell on- thc first
Monday in October next at Edgcfield C. H., the
following property, in the following-cases, viz":
Waldo ? Addison vs. Robt ?. Lamar, Thomas
G. Lamar .?.nd Thoa. W. Whatley, Ons. Tract of .
Land containing. Ono Hundred^ Acres, . more or
less, adjoining lands of L. 'Churchill,* Wm. Hill
md others,-situated near the Town of Hamburg,
and levied on as the property of tho Defendant
Robt. G. Lamar. ,
J. J. Kennedy vs A. G. Nagle, Sr., One Tract
of Land containing Fifty Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Thos. Sealy, Mrs. Mary La
mar and others, situated near the Town of Ham
WAI. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Sheriff's Office, Sept j St 3B
State of South Carolina,
IN 'ORDINARY. ,
heury F. Green and wife, Applicant?, *|
w. . i ? ; *
Amelia Stidham, Emma Mos?, Jame? \ Partit'n.
Green, Guar, ad litem of Wai. Cook, j
Ab. Cook and Samantha Cock, Def's J
BY an Or.terfrom the OrUi*Jiry,"?",?haH proceed
to soil *' Edgtbeld Court Home, cn the first
Monday ift "October next,-for" "Partition, tho
REAL ESTATE of MARSHAL STIDHAM,
dec'd., consisting of TWO -TilACTS OF LAND
lying ami being in the District and State afore?
said, as follows :
Tract No. 1, the Homestead) containing
Two Hundred and Twelve (2r.l) Acres, more or
less., ami adjoining land.? of Maj. John H. Hughes,
Estate of Bailey Curley, John Jennings, end the
below mentioned Tract.
Tract No. 2, containing One Hundred r.nd
Nineteen O *a) Acres, more or ks?, and adjoining
lands of Maj. J. II. Hughes, Tract No. 2, and
TE?ldrS-?Qn a credit of twelve months. .Pos
session to be given 1st January next. Tho Pur
chaser to give Bond and Security and a Mortgage
of the Premises to the Ordinary to secure the
purchase money. Costs to bo paid in Ctsb> in
Specie, nnd to pay for Titles extra.
WM. SPIRES, B.E.P.
Sopt 5 5t !"
State of South Careena,
Jas. R. Crouch and wife Anr-? Plaintiff, j
Simeon Crouch, Guar, astern of James j ar
A. Ridgell, Defends-**- J
Br an Order fro?4 On?nary, I shall proceed
to sell at ?dgefiold Court House on tbe first
Monday" in/October next/, JOT Partition, the
REAL FUTATE di NORRIS J. RlDGKLL.
dec'?.,/d that TRACT OR PARCEL of LAND
situa*aV >n 'he District and State aforesaid, con
U?)?ng Ninety Acre?, more or less, ?nd bounded
<iy lands of A. Whittle, M. Deloach, Joel RidgeU
TERMS.-On a credit of twelve months. Pur
chasers to give Bond and Security, and a Mort
gage to the Ordinarjilo ?etoo, tho purchase' roon- j'
ey. Costs to be paid in Cash .in Specie, ?nd to
pay for Titles extra." ' ] i \ C% .? . \ ; jj
. WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Sept 6 _5t_^
State, of Soutfc parolina,
EDGEFIELD D?SOSICT^ .
IN ORDIJU?T?^ '
Mathew Abney and others, Plaintiffs ]
Samuel Posey, Guar, ad litem of f Partition
Pickens Abney, Elvira Abney and I
Jarrett Abney, jr., Def'ts. ^ J. -
BY an Order fronvtho Ordinary, raaairproceed.
to sell at Edgefiejd Court/House, on the'irst
Monday in October next, for Partition, the
REAL ESTATE of HOLLY ABNEY, dec'd.,
situated in tho District anil State aforesaid, con
si s ting of a TRACT OF LAND,-containing. One
Hundred (ICO) Acre?, moro or less, adjoining
lands of David Mack, Samuel Webb, Chas. Nick
erson and lands of the Estate of-- Wai* ace,
and others, \ ? ".. S?*
TERMS-On a credit of 'Iwetve months. ' Pur
chaser to give Bond and Security, and a Mort
gago to tbe Ordinary to secure the purchase mon
ey. Costs to ba paid in Cash, ip Specie, and to
pay for Titles extra.
Sept 5 ? . oV f ?! * ft * ?'
State of South Carolina,
M. M. Padgettani J. ? -,"
R.T.;JenningvAdti#ra;.l jjiUto jepj^...?
t J."'J i "to pay debts, Ac.
Elisabeth Stone, J r * '
Sophia Stone and others. J
BY virtue of sin order of the Court in this cause,
I will proceed to soil on the premises on
TUESDAY l?th, day of Oetobernext, the residue
of the REAL ESTATE of WILLIS L.- STONE,
dco'd.,*rn?k heretofore advertised;) consisting of
about NINE HUNDRED ACRES, more. or
less, adjoining landa James S. Pow, Lydia
Wever, Mark Crouch, B. T. Jennings- and
others. Theseiandswillbesojdin Erght Separata
Traets, platt of which wilPbo exhibited on doy
of Salo. - ' . v -
cate. , ? . . '? M
Sold on a, credit of One- end Two -yefcrs, vr-ctt
interest from day of sale. Purchasers to give
Unnil.4. *Hh tWO L'OoJ FUrtitifi". and . \1. _
be paid in cash. Titles Extra.
." jj? Z-W CARWiLB,^? ?,-? v-jv
SepL In,.18Bfl_4U ' '3a -
TUST arrived a large supply of very fino Fresh