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CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dec. 13, _tf_51
W: 0. TXLTON,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
AGENT for GEO. PAGE & CO.,t>f Baltimore,
Md., CELEBRATED PATENT PORTA
BLE SAW MILLS, STEAM ENGINES and
BOILERS, HORSE POWERS, GRIST MILLS,
TIMBER WHEELS, ?c. Duplicates furnishod
at short notice Circular and Gang Saws at Man
Agricultural Implements of ever? description:
PAGE'S Celebrated GARDEN PLOUGH.
A Splendid Assortment of SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, <tc, HICKORY, ASH, and OAK
RIMS, POLES and SHAFTS for Baggies, Cur
nages and Wagons, all kinds of Carriage Mate
WHITE PINE, SPRUCE, OAK, WALNUT,
MAHOGANY and CEDAR LUMBER of every
Charleston, Dec 17 3m51
No. 153, Meeting Street,
GEORGE C. GOODRICH, )
PHILLIP WINE MAN, \ South Carolina.
JOHN ASLIHURST, J
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
Charleston, S. C.,
Nov. 20, 6m 47
1ENGN?CK ? SELL.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
North fJast Corner Meeting and Market Sts.
INVITE the Trade to examine their full and
varied assortment of
.BONNETS and HATS, trimmed and untrimmed,
RIBBONS, of all descriptions,
DRESS CAPS, NETS,
VEILS, of newest designs,
RUCHES, LACES. CRAPES,
HOOPS, Sac, Sic.
Charleston, Ost 1 6m 40
), I WLLLIAMS & GO,
CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLO? & CO,
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will bo mado
on COTTON Consigned io either House. .
Charleston, Oct 10 3ifl41
State of South Carolina,
IN Ot IV IN AR Y.
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
ll Cold District.
Whoro.T, Benjamin F. Ouzts has applied to mc
for Letters of Administration, on nil and .?insular
the good3 and cbnttlc?. rights and crodi's of John
C. Shaffer, lr.icol itv District aforesaid, deceased.
These ar.-, therefore, to cite nnd admonish all
and singular, thc kindred and creditors of the
said de-eased, to lc and ?ippcar bcf.?re mc, at < ur
?ext Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to be
holden Al Edgeficid C. ll, on the 3rd dny of
Jan. next, to show va.<?>2, if any, why the i-iid
administration should not bo granted.
Given ?ador my hand ar:d seal, tin.-- 19th day of
Pee. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred end iiyty-six and in the ninety-first your
<A AH.cfit a* Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. .
2t . - -52
Slate ol'So "Ut Carolina,
Tillman II. Ciark, Adm'or., '|
Atticus C. Tucker, by his j
next friend, I Bill for Account,
vs I Ro'.ief, &c.
S. S. Tompkin?,
J. W. Tompkins and others. J
IT appearing to tho satisfaction of tho Commis
sioner, that the Defendants Wm. D Jennings,
Henry W. Tompkins, James L. Tompkins, Frank
lin A. Tompkins a-nd It. Augustus Tompkins aro
resident beyord the limits ot this State, On mo
tion of Messrs. Abney <fc Wright, Complainants'
Solicitors, It is ordered that thc said Defendants
do appear and plead, answer or demur to ttiis
Bill within thirty day* from'tho publication hero
of, or judgment bo rendered against them pru
w . Z. W. CARWILE, oi.B.n.
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UAR GE, SPECIAL AND ATTRACTIVE
or* nXTo "v ?xxxber!
THE MOST ELEGANT GOODS
Oi\ THE CATALOGUE
SELECTED FOR THE AUGUSTA u.?.
Without comment wc annex the N'A MKS and DESCRIPTIONS,
as taken from the Catalogue of the Manufacturers, of the
EAUTIFUL iBES8 800DS,
Just received from thc large special sales of FRENCH, EXCLISII
and GERMAN DRESS GOODS, which took place in New York
This beautiful offering will likely be the largest and most desi
rable which wc will have the pleasure of presenting this season.
Our customers, and thc public generally, are cordially invited to a
Ladies preparing for BRIDAL PARTIES, or making selec
tions for EVENING DRESSES, will find
Novelties of Rare
Real Irish Poplins,
Pearl and Pearl Grey Poplins, a most j|
.elegant goods for bridal dresses.
Parisienne Embroidered Robes,
Empress Cloths, a full line of all tho
French Winseys, very rich and heavy,
Lustrine Fa?onne Broche Figures on plain
ground, a beautiful article.
Grey broche Fig'd Stripes, running up
and down more costly,
do different assorted.
Heavy Reps ground, much higher cost.
Lustrine a Soie Raye, rich silk stripes, on
heavy reps ground,
do much liner silk fig'cl stripes.
?hip Heps Filet Denil
Cretona and Popeline Pekin
Popeline Carreaux Soie
Cretona Fee Largener
Popeline Laine Pekin Fee Largener
Double Width German Drittech, all in
Turkish red, warranted fast color.
Sup Silk Warp.Blk Alpaca.
Ex Super Bl.k Alpaca.
do Silk Warp, finer.
6-4 Ex Sup CoPd Lustres,
do much ;bettcr
(5 4 sup fancy colored Circassian
Double-width Velour, a splendidand most
desirable article in Scotch Plaid, war
ranted all wool.
Il Brodi rt Soie Raye, beautiful silk hand
embr'd figured on striped ground, very
costly i?rliclf. <
du much better
do still richer
do on plain gtound, exl ra quality,
Victoria Brode a Soie, dble tw'ld lastings
Chene ground in splendid figures.
Valencia double twilled Lasting Cloth, in
single lined cheks.
Poil de Chevre colored Checks,
Ali Wool Filling Toil du Nord,
Crepe Neat Satin .
Striped Plaid in very bright colors,
Ex Super G-4 Scotch Fancies,
Very best quality Cachemire in beautiful
assorted Fancy Checks.
Extra double width Mousseline splendid
quality, small plaid 54 inch,
Extra fine black Paris, all wool double
width Mousseline Delaine,
Fine and choice colors Paris all wool
Mousseline Delaines, high colors.
Super quality Black Alpaca,
do finer and heavier
do much better
do still finer
do much finer
do still better
do very linc
do super super
do best quality
High Lustre Pure Mohair,
do much better
do very fine
do extra super.
do high colored Scotch Plaids.
Valour a Soie Kaye, much better quality ?j Very fine and hifih Lustre,
Scotch silk stripes up and down, i j| do much higher cost
splendid style. do
Extra double width Velour a Soie, much j
better and finer quality Scotch Silk ?
Plaid, all \?iol and silk, very costly.
Splendid assorted Scotch Plaid, in great
Our best quality uil wool nicely assorted
do extra fine
Bombazine, splendid quality Paris T'lack.
Extra choice and heavy Paris all wool
Mousseline DcLaincs, sublime quality,
Heavy quality black and white Checks.
black and white Checks, 2?) inches. || Mousseline a "Soie, splendid quality silk
do in coloied Checks checks.
do in fancy Plaids j! Chally Saline satin striped small Plaids,
do very rich Scotch Plaid. |! Victoria a Soie, splendid double twilled
Extra double width, all wool, much rich >r jj ground silk Plaid,
quality Black and Whitc^Checks, the 'j Llamas, heavy woolen ground high col
mos* desirable assortment, 34 inches, ?j orcd Chene plaid, &c, &c.
l^T Packages delivered in Hamburg free of Charge.
GEA Y & TURLEY,
Angosta, Nov. 14,
Next Door to Masonic Hall.
THE Subscribers offer at pnvite sale, in Tracts
to suit purchasers, the folloning lands belong
ing to tho Estate of Col. JAMES TOMPKINS,
deceased, situated in Edgefield District, near
Savannah River, and about thirty-two miles above
The Tract known as the PIANTATION, con
taining about Seventeon Huidred Acres of fine j
Colton and Grain Lana1, having thereon a small J
but comfortable Dwolling, 12 Dr 15 Negro Houses,
Gin House, Cribs, Stables, ic. Before the war |
this place with twenty-five hands (tho larger num
ber women with children) producod one hundred
and seventy-fivo Bales of Cotton, with an abun
dant supply of provision, and could do it again
with proper cultivation. The fences aro in good
order, und a good crop of Oatt sown, and tho placo
in good condition for a crop the next year. We
would soil all.the Stock, Wagons, Tools and Pro
visions on tho place to tho purchaser, if ho desired.
THE WHITE HOUSE or TUCKER POND
TRACT with the WILSON PLACE, containing
about Twelve Hundred and Twenty-five Acres.
Ihis place is well improved having a fino Dwel
ling, Story House, Negro Houses and all necessa
ry outbuildings, and a Tannery in full and success
ful operation. It has been, and is now, a gobd
Btandkfor a Country Store. A largo part of the
?pudf- ir0 in native forest of tho best quality ; of
-D bleared land a good deal is fresh and in fine
joi^ition for a crop.
For Prico and Terms, which will bo accoramo
lating to an approvod purohasor, apply on the
S. S. TOMPKINS, I p.t,n"
J. W. TOMPKINS. > ?X ors
Edgefield, S. C., Dec. 18, tf 51
rHE PLANTATION ON TURKEY CREEK,
six milos above Edgefield C. H., ' on the
NTinety-Six Road, adjoining Mrs. Nicholson, D.
El. Strother, Daniel Holland and others, contain
Six Hundred & Twenty-Three Acres,
3otwccn 90 and 100 of which are first class Creek
3ottoms, and 125 acres of upland recently open
id, and now in fino condition for Cotton, and 250
icrcs of as fine forest land as there is in the
District. On tho placo aro all necessary improvo
nonts for a well arranged plantation. Tho plan
ation is without doubt the best in tho ncighbor
isod, which is not surpassed by any lands in the
District. A good Crop of Oats has already been
own upon thoplacc.
t^"Apply to Daniel Holland, Esq., or the
subscriber. S. S. TOMPKINS.
Edgefield C. H., Dec 15 2t 51
HE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
lia VALUABLE PLANTATION, in Edge
,cld District, S milos South of Ninety-Six Depot,
irecnvillo A Columbia Railroad, containing
Thirteen Hundred and Seventy-Five
Lbout Four Hundred Acres of open land. Tho
dace is well improved, having on it a commodi
U3 Two Story Dwelling IIouso and all othor ne
essary out buildings, and adjoins lands of Mrs.
io!. Whit. Brooks, A. P. King, G. W. Holloway
If not sold soon, it will bo rented for thc next
car to ?n approved tenant.
Mr. Smith, on tho premise?, will show thc lands
o any one desiring to seo them.
?JJ-YoT p'articuiars, address mo at Edgefield
J. H. Z. W. CARWILE.
Nov 27, tf 48
FOB SALB, OR ?0 REM.
Thc Subscriber offers for ?ale
bis HOUSE AND LOT, situated
a little over a mile from thc cen
tro of Edgefield Village, on a
omioamling ni?d elevated site.
The House is a largo and commodious Gothic
^ottr.gc. now r.nd well finished, with nine largo
ooms, besides Pantries, Closets, Ac. AU neces
sary out buildings, new and in good order. A
reJI of excellant water tn the yard, ami a gcod
pring and spring house for milk and butter, in a
cry sb..it distance. A good itream of water
nuning through the bor?c lot.
'Ibo Lot contains 50 ::eres, moro or less, of j
?bjch about 15 arc cleared-thc rest in woods.
There is an Orchard of choice Peaches, Plumbs,
,'e.irs and Apples. Also, a Vineyard of Select
?rapes, embracing the Catawba, Warren, Paulino,
Noire, und Isabella varieties. Also, a Fish
I'onJ well Hocked with Drouin, Perch, Turtles,
'ibis is a chanco fora comfortable residence
.arely offered ior sale. If it is not sold by the
ir.-t of January next, it will bc rented for thc cn
uing vc ir on reasonable terms.
J. H. MI MS.
Daring my nliscr.ee D. R. Durisoo or J. li. Sul
ivan will-show thc pince to any ono applying.
Nov. 20, tf 47
Fine Residence for Sale
r OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT that MOST
I DESIRABLE PLACE, the late Residence of |
I*. R. ELA LUCK, ilec'd.
This place contains Two Hundred mid
Fifty Acres, ou which is erected a BEAUTI
FUL MANSION containing Eight or Ten Room.?,
?Uh ali necessary out buildings, locutcd,2? miles
rom ftlgeficld C. H., and within throe miles ol
he linc of thc Columbia A Augusta Railroad.
Persons desiring to purchase a place near the
tillage, where thu best educational advantages
ire afforded, would do well to examino this place.
W. J READY, Exor.
Dec 5 tf 49
THE Subscriber will sell at her rosidenco on
WEDNESDAY, thc 2Cth December,
15 or IS Choice Mules,
?IXTY OR SEVENTY HEAD OF CATTLE,
Including a lino lot of Milch Cows,
HOGS, SHEEP, GOATS,
TWO OR THREE ROAD WAGONS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
ONE LOT OF PORK,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, OATS, SHUCKS,
COTTON SEED, Ac.
iT?~Torm3 Cash in Specie, or its equivalent in
#?rWill bc Rented, at tho t^me time and
place, for the ensuing year, 100 or 200 Acres of
Doc ll 3t 50
?N Purainnce of an Ordor from tho Ordinary, I
sbail proceed to sell at thc Into residence of
SIMEON CROUCH, deceased, ono and a quarter
milos N. E. of Mt. Willing, o, THURSDAY,
the 3d January next, all tho PERSONAL ES
TATE of said deceased, consisting of
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
nORSE, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS,
COTTON AND COTTON SEED,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, SHUCKS,
BLACKSMITH AND PLANTATION TOOLS,
ONE BUGGY, WAGONS, Ac.
^53'Tcrms, Cash in Spccio, or its equivalent,
on'delivcry. FRANCES CROUCH,
Dec 17 3t 51
?N Pursuance of an order from tho Ordinary, I
shall proceed to sell nt tho '.-.to roaidonco of
S. CROUCH, dee'd.. nil tho PERSONAL ES?
TATE of JOHN CROUCH, doe'd., on THURS
DAY. 3d January next, consisting of
MULES, WAGON AND HARNESS,
WARDROBE, Ac, Ac
#a?-Terms Cash in Gold, or its equivalent, on
F. CROUCH, Adm'x.
Dec 17 St 51
ALL persons having any claims against tho
DANIEL MCDOWELL, decu,
WRIGHT P. DORN, dee'd.,
S. W. O UZI'S, dee'd., or
JACOB BRANTLY OUZTS,.dee'd.,
Aro notified to present tho snmc, duly attcstod, at
an early date ; And all parties in any wise indebted
to either of said Ei tites arc also notified to moko
payment forthwita. Longer indulgenco will not
J. W. TIMMERMAN, Adm'r.
Doc. 4, *t* 49.
AX PRIVATE SALE,
BY tho Undersigned, ONE FOUR HORSE
WAGON, a lot of BEEF CATTLE, TWO
MILCH COWS, and TUREE NO. 1 MULES.
aud ucutlo in hnndlinf, working, Ac.
JOHN E. LEWIS.
COME AND SEE
KAHN ?fe d?>" *
HEAVY AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP
FOREICN ill DOMESTIC
At 262 Broad Street, .Augusta.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Our friends aud the public will Hud it to
tage to examine our Goods before they buy elsewhere.
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
OSNABURGS, ? ^ . -
LINSEYS AND KERSEYS,
APRON CHECKS, JEANS,
BLACK AND COLORED DRESS SILKS,
LADIES' CLOAKS, Newest Style,
MOURNING GOODS, ixTmT_-0
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CALICOES,
IRISH LACES, Imported,
GLOVES, RIBBONS, _
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS,
GENTS' AND LADIES' HATS,
'ff?-in our Wholesale Department we offer a carefully selected STOCK o?
GOODS, and at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
In our Retail Deapartment, a variety inferior to no other House in the South.
I. KAHN & CO.
Augusto, Oct. 31
NEW DRY GOODS !
SUBSCRIBER bas the pleasure of informing his frends and patrons that he
lias again opened at the old stand, so long and favorably known as
SETZE'S DRY GOODS CORNER,
.A. Large arid "Well Selected Stock of
and Fancy Dry Goods,
EMBRACING EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS
USUALLLY KEPT IN A DRY GOODS HOUSE,
And will endeavor to merit, by polite attention to the wants of his customers, and
A Low cale of Prices,
A share of thc generous patronage so long bestowed upon the old concern.
HE WOULD RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT PUBLIC FAVOR.
Thc services of Mr. WM. O. NORREL having also been secured, his old
. and customers are respectfully solicited to favor him with a call.
J. SETZE, Agent,
195 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
WINTER DEY GOODS!
WORTH OF WINTER DRY GOODS
To be Sold at an Advance of Only IO Per Cent, on
" Prime Cost !
THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF
J.D. A. MURPHY & CO.,
Bein? desirous of CLOSING OUT THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS,
hare decided to reduce their prices to Precisely JiO Per Cent, on Prime Cost. .
?SyTo Merchants, Planters, and the public generally, is her? pr?sent??! a RARE OP
PORTUNITY for purchasing all hinds of Goods at UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PR?
jSSTTerras CASH on delivery on all 3ums under $100; for ?100 and over, a credit
Fifteen Days will be given, upon approved City acceptances.
CSflt is to the advantage of all who desire GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES to
call aad examine our Stock before making their purchases.
J. D. A. MURPHY & CO.,
No. 311 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
BSfThis will show that L. SHEPPARD is still at the abovo named House, and
respectfully invites his friends to come and give him a call bolero purchasing elsewhere, as
he thinks ho can sell them Goods as Cheap or Cheaper than any other Store in the City.
Augusta, Dec ll lm 50
HAVING to pity Cash for all wo buy, wo, tho
Undersigned, have concluded to adopt thc
CASH SYSTEM in the PRACTICE of MEDI
CINE, commencing first day of January, 1867.
Our chargoa will bo as follows, to wit:
Fifty Cents a milo, ODO Dollar for Visit, and
Ono Dollar fur prescription.
Consultation Fee, Ten Dollars and mileage-.
Simplo Obstctriciil Cases, Ten Dollars and
Milcago. Difficult cases charged higher.
'flight practice will bo charged doub'.o the
ul ovo ralos.
Medicino when furnished will bo charged at low
Tho abovo to bo paid in Qold, or its equivalent.
THOS. H. PATTISON,
. THOS. McKIE,
J. D. JENNINGS,
T. J. JENNINGS.
LANIER A LEWIS,
C. M. BURKHALTER,
J. J. CARTLEDGE,
H. C. GARRETT,
R. S. KEY,
P. H. ADAMS, ^
G. U0RD. x
DB. J. WALTER HILL has removed to the
Dwelling recently occupied by Dr. W. M.
BunT, vrhcre ho may bo found at all times when
not Professionally engaged. .
i Nov: 28 . . tf ?
CLOTHING! CLOTHING !
HE subscriber has rocently oponed in this
VilUgo a good stock of READY JUADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Single Garments
and Cloth and C&ssimore Suits.
Also a loi of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES which
he will make up to order.
no is prepared to furnish bis friends and old
customers with CLOTHING ai low as the Aa
gusta market for Cash.
JOHN COLGAN, Agent.
Nov. 0, tf 49
A LA if GE Stock or OVERCOATS,
ranging in price from 912 to 940.
Now on Hand,
A First Rate Stock of all kinds of
MENS and HOYS CLOTHING.
All Gooda at Very Lowest Prices.
J. Ai VAN WINKLE.
Augusta, Nov ll 2m 46
?praARTIES having demands against tho Estate
IT of FRANCK O'CONNOR, deo'd., are re
quested to present the tamo to tho Subscriber at
an carly date; and those indebted to said Estate
? notified to pay aP fo^ ?iUy ^
AofUt?, Dtf. 1T> 1? n
THE "LAMP MAN,"
No. 172Broad Street, Augusts., Geo.,
INTENDS to partly changa his bualaoss, .and
will offer for THIRTY DAYS
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, J c., &c.
Most of his Goods will be offered for " Groen
Backs" AS LOW, AND SOME LOWER, than
tho Gold price prior to the War. .
This is a RARE CHANCE to all who need any
kind of Lamps.
And it ought to be known that Mr. 1 'ARR now
sells the only
Genuine Kerosene Oil
To bo found ia Augusta, and at same price of
^39-Don't forget that be has movod to 172
Broad Street, opposite the Augusta Hotel, sign
of the RED LANTERN as before.
N. B.-Meiari. MOORE A BROWN. CROCK
ERY and GLASSWARE DEALERS tre located
in same Building. -
Augusta, Deo 10 lui 50
J C. Sch rein er & Som, I J. G. Sehniger & Sons
Macon, Go. SaranniJa, Ga.
JNO. C. SCHREJ??ER & SONS,
No.' 199 BROAD STREET,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE
SELECTION OP .
St V 8 SO?
FANCY Gr O ODS,
All Order*/rom the Country Promptly At
THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN
AND GUITAR STRINGS.
STEINWAY A SONS,
SOEBBELER A SCHMIDT'S
AND GALE t CO.'S
Augusta, Nor. 5, , Im 45
No. 207 1-2 Broad Strcrt,
N'EU BELOW Qt no. R. C rt u ? r A C o.,
FIRE, M ARI ME, RIVER, RAILROAD AND
TAKES RISKS in the following Well-Known
and Substantial Companies, which repre
sent in tho aggregate
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, New York.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO., New York.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., New York.
ATLANTIC INSURANCE CO., Bro iklyn, N. Y.
SPRINGFIELD INS. CO., Springfield, Mass.
KNICKERBOCKER LTFE INS. C(\,New York.
N. Y. ACCIDENTAL INS. CO., New York.
Southern Companies :
INSURANCE CO. OF THE VALLEY of VA.
WOODVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
EUFAULA HOME, Alabama.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY INS. CO., Mus.
insurance Taken on All Kinds of
The above Companies are of the best ? tandard
and tried. No obstructions in settlements for
loss. Every facility given in adjustment of
claims. Abundant moans is provided !t>y theto
Companies to meet all losses,-and NO REPU
DIATION is the motto.
JOS. E. MARSHALL, Agent!
Augusta, Nov 27 lm 43
A. A. BE-ALL. J. H. 3 ru A RS. IV. U. POBTKX.
BEALL, "SPEARS & CO,,
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION
Firc-Proof Warehouse, ??o. C, Campbell Street,
WILL G IVE STRICT PERSONAL ATTEN
TION TO STORAGE and SALE of
COTTON, GRAIN, BACON, FLOUR,
AND OTHER DR ODD CE.
^-Orders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMI
LY SUPPLIES promptly filled.
Thc usual CASH ADVANCES nado on pro
duce in storo.
The patronage of their Friends and tho Public
generally respectfully aolicitod.
Augusta, Sept 25 3m39
CONLEY, FORCE & CO.,
THE OLDEST SHOE HOUSE IN GEORGIA,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOTS, SHOES,LEATHER, LASTS,
SHOE PEGS AND SHOE MAKING
MATERIALS OF ALL HIND9.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING a large and
well solooied Stock of BOOTS, SB OES, LEATH
ER, te., which we will sell at tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICES. /
j!3r?0ur Stock falwell adapted to suit the
Call and examino our Stock boforo purchasing
CONLEY, FORCE & CO.
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Augusta, Oct 1_^m<0
ALL Persons having any demands against the
Estate of DAVID L. ROTTEN, deceased,
ure hereby notified that a Fii.al Settlement on
raid Estate *ill bo mado in thu Ordinary's Office,
on Wednesday, the 3d day of April next, (lSo7.)
Therefore, all claims must bo j resented on or be
fore that date, and failing to do so, they will ko
barred. All persons indebted vo said Estate will
save cost by settling up by th a time.
JOSH DENNY, Adm'r.
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