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Fall and Wintez
C. A. CHEATH?M & BRO.,
No. 3, Park Row,
UAYING jost returned*from tho, great Com
mercial marts of the North, whore they'devoted
themselves to? tho selection of their present IM
MENSE and^ELEGANT -STOCK of
Fall and Winter Goods* ^ .
Respectfully announce that they- are offering th?
same'at a VERY SMALL ADVANCE UPON
ACTUAL COST PRICES,-?nd as low, if 'nol
ower than the same quality of Goods can be had
at any other House-in the placo, . . ? . .*
LADIES'DRESS? GOODS. J
Their Stock in this Department embraces ever)
Variety ?ndrC^alvty.v?nd'alLthe Newe?t'^nbrici
and tho Richest .md "Most Superb Design*. They
beg an-examination of their beautiful array df
ALPAOCA,. BOMBAZINE, Empross CLOTH,
OPERA AND ALL-WOOL FLANNELS",
Earleston and Domestic GINGHAMS,
250 Pieces BEST CALICOES-French, Eng
lish and American-very cheap,
Swiss, Mull. French and Nainsook MUS
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, NUBIAS, in variety,
COLLARS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
LADIES, and MISSES HATS and BONNETS,
no wes t rty les and very handsome,
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS, a large
Ladios UNDEKVESTS, CORSET?, Ac.
WHITEG?QDS AND " DOMESTICS.
Clenched and Brown SHIRTINGS,
S-4,10-4 ind 12r4*SB-EETINGS, ;
Pillow Case llNENS and COTTONS," '
A splendid Stock "of ilNKNS,.
JEANS-Brown and Bleached,
APRON CHECKS, GEORGIA STRIPES,
Beautiful QUILTS and SPREADS,
Splendid Bed BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS, Bed TICKING, Ac,. Ac.
A largoJj&ook READY-MADE CLOTHING,
aM grades', cheaper" than'ever.. .* '
GENTS? FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHS, , CASS IM ER K ?, " :
Gents' and Buys HATS, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Wo have in Store an usuaHy large and varied
assortment of BOOTS and SHOES for Ladies,
Misses, Gents and Children, which-we purchased
direct from the best manufacturers, and wo are
satisfied wTII please our cueWmers.
In S to re-a good selection CROCKERY, IIA RD -
' WARE, CUTLERY, Ac, Ac
/Z&~An examination of our Goods is earnestly
C. A. CHEATHAM ? BRO.
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prnusnxD AT THB- I
CKVljfcfo Or SOVTH CAROLINA.
fWfSE attention of the MERCHANTS, FAR
X MERS and HEADS of FAMILIES gonerat
ly throughout the upper Districts, is called to tho
MANY ADVANTAGES'to be obtained hy'eub
THE DAILY PHONIX,
Published every morning, except Monday, at $4
for six montos ; $2 for three months. , .
Pub] ?shod Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
3.50 for six months; $1.25 for three.
; WE MX LY GLEANER,
A mammoth paper, containing forty-eight col
umns of roading matter, is ".published every
Wednosday morning, at $1.50 for six mouths.
These papers are recognized as thc central Dem
ocratic organs, and contain, besides Political Mat
ter, .rho latest TELEGRAPHIC INTELLI
GENCE- Markets-and a daily summary of News
from all parts of the World ; interesting Editori
als on.genoxR? topics ; Local-Matters ; Correspon
dence ; New4Tteni8 ; Miscellany-Stories, Poetry,'
JULIAN A-SELBY, Proprietor,
Columbia, S. C.
Oct. 13 lu? 42
^ TO PRINTERS. ? ' " '
THE subscribers manufacture Type,TlevolviDg,
Double and Singlo Cylinder Printing Machines.
Bed atid Platten
THEY would call attention of Publishers of
Newspapers to their new
RAILWAY NEWSPAPER PRESS,
Which is specially designed to supply Newspapers
of moderate' circulation with a plain but survieca
ble Printing Machine, and one capable of doing
alf o Joh Wi.rk of ovory description. It can be
mn easily by one man at u speed of 800 impres
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Tho Press occupies a space 5JxI0 fett, and can
be worked in a room 7 feel high. Weight, boxed,
. SINGLE LARGE CYLINDER
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Is also a convenient and durable Printing Ma
chine, capable of doing tho entire work of an oct
of town office.
It is designed tb run by hand at a speed of 300
Each Machine is warranted, and will not fail
to give entire satirfactiou.
We manufacture almost every article required
for Letterpress, Lithographic or ' Copper-Plate
Printing, Book-Binding, Electrotyping and Stere
otyping, and furnish ou; Jits completerfor'ench.
Wo would call attention-t"-?-ur Patent_Seetional
Stereotype Block's, Mc-htrnical^Quoins^ Patent
. Lined Galleys, New Compositor'* Stands, Cabinet!
of jiew dofigns auch of .-*irsi?cs,?tan(liog Galleys
Patent Pocket Bodkins,Printer's Knives, Ac, Ac
Blanketing and T>pe of bur own importation,
and mado expressly-for our Newspaper and Cylin
Est?males '>/l. Detail * Fa mished.
A new Cataloguo', Containing Cuts and descrip
ti.it..- of many now M-uNiues.'not before ?ho -? n ii
their Book, with, direction's for putting up, work
in'..'. Ac. and other useful intormation, is jos
completed, and can be had on application.
- - R. Hoe .? Co.-,
NEW. YORK AND BOSTON, MASS.
Publishers of Newspapers are ?t liberty to in
.?crt this advertisement, displayed as above, thrui
times in their weekly paper, with this note, bu
not witliont, any time previous to January I, IWJ
but no later, provided they purchase type or wa
Aerial ot our manufacture for tour times the amoun
of their bill, which will be allowed in settlcmen
.of ours, on receipt of a copy of their paper con
taining the advertisement.
Ott. 13_Ht 42
NOTICE is hereby given to the public tba
WM. A. COLLETT is not authorized to sci
or otherwise dispose of ?ny Cotton belonging ti
tho Es'ate of JAMES RAINSFORD, deceased
And parties purchasing, or procuring any of sail
Cotton from him, will do co nt their own risk
Mr. COLLETT is not authorised to represent th<
Estate in any particular, nor will I be responsi
bio tor his acts or contracts.
ESTHER RAJNSFOKD, Ex'trix.
Edgefield Oct, 12, 186S. St 42
The August* CoumiitutioualUt aud Chroni
eic dr Sentinel will please ?jjKtrt three (inca ADI
forward lill to tijfl pffice.
THE CHEAPEST STOCK
*itH'"J 9iH :.. . . -.. nu '.> sf?;
?\3srr> . ALSO
THE UR?EST ,:
'' to bil
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BROAD STREET, AUGJJSTA, (M.,
: i ?*W?-. .?M ai fit-} -,ci >? Jft= . ^
FORMERLY GRAY, MULLARKY & CO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
i. '. -T.-a -1.:
>.-?,?K0 OS ly ?
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ASriounc? fe' the Public of Georgia and South Carolina,
r.ifl .?3 vr>
T?HAT THEIR'- PREPARATIONS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
ARE NOW COMPLETE: ?a
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P** j ? . ? P .ISO ; a.kt }*i I"1*: .* -.C.. i us
r f * ? t-> *?.-... <-. i????liw<g '* . - ro?? : '(fi v. i t?
Have Every' Variety and Quality of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS?
Ht. fi i
Of . : ';
SHEETINGS, Sl??RTK^GS AND OSNASURGS ;
* .' ' . . ; . ~ ,' y*' 1 * 'Il * f.' . f. .> .
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TABLE A1\D BED LIKEIV ;
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS AND COVERINGS;
LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND CASHMERES.
The Wholesale Department
JAS A. GRAY & CO'S.
One of the Larg?st in the South !
James Jk.? CSkrety db Oo,
OFFER THEIR PRESENT LARGE STOCK AT THE
SMALLEST ADVANCE UPON COST PRICES !
Anglist?, Oct 13
Y Submitting the Final Reports of the Tri
Bridges and'Ferries for'theiiispection of
missioners, which shows nh indebtedness of tb
tors wit! have to famish this Office with evide
approved for payment.
Final Report of B. T. .MUSS, Treasur
Roads, Ferries and Bridges, in Ace/
1868. ; . DB. ? '?ir
July 1 j. Balance on hand Inst Report, $00.153
- - Recoived of Tax Colleotor, 554S.<H>
" u . Rec'd of I. Bules, Sheriff; 2000.60;
Final.Report of A. JONES, Treasurer.1
crs of Roads, Bridges and' Ferries si
3 8681 "~ . DR. ""^ ~ "
July 15. Receivod of B. T. Mima, Treas-- , -<^4
nier Gen!. Board, --$482.H?
.;? Balance duo," ' -'ODOJ?':
i?li mi^itt!*: mm W\
j : Ui. c: B ? ??tr.t ^ahiiifl ;.' , VV- fe
?s : &? .y.:*,;-... TOA* ?fi . wjt&?t :?*j?rf o??
;V/ j Jpr* ; . , . .-. B3-'T; i-..:\;.-M
ga l 1 - - '.- . . liar . <?M ?>;?? .?022
Final Report of'i'llOS. P. SHAW, Tren
Bridges and Ferrie? Lower Bat. 7th
.. Edgefi?ld. , .._?
1868. n i D?t.- . ' a?
July 1 i. Rcoeived from theFormer Treas'r $1.40
" " .? of B. T. Miins, Treas'r
General Board,' 10M-0?'
" " " C. P Bouos forLrconso ,M.M
" ? ." . M- B* McCarty,-fine- ?M.
" " . ". , .S.?ibs, fine 2.00
.u u ?" -/-?fco. R-pbston, fine, -'^O^
" ? ? - J;DavcnpWt. fine, ?M2,00
" * ...? mm.^,nMm,4naz* .-..ii.ZOO
-? H u Wm.Keruigban,Lic'nso 5U UU
,. _ Balanro due, 27.15
- : . --. . ?
*3Ul?9 - . . : : (SiM u-'Uran;*? ;,-Sfi*
. Jaro-ir? . -WJ ?. -Jfti^.-.;..-:
Final Report ofLSAAC BOLES, Treas
Roads, Bridges and Ferries Upper fi
ty of Edgefi?ld.
1868. DH.' j
July 15. Received of B. T. MimsJ-Treas'r
" M General Board, . s $2296 48
Balance due, .! 67.72
2 i i ^?to?rm>Ms ':-.> f?T}lfT2M 3157 SSr?f
ff j '.<*? ? 9'-..' |.s?. ?i ii- UH: gin'.-7.jj o?C
5 j*-** -.r- - .
J. ? ?
i j .. r.
Final Report'of LEE HOT.SON, Tre?i
Roads, ?Iridges ?ad Ferrier Lowe
County of'-Edgefleld.' ~ .
WC8. ~~ ~~ BK. ~~ .
July 15. Cash on hand last report,. $18.36
: " : **? -Reooived of B. T. Mima, Treos'r .
General Board, 900.18
Fina? .Report of ELIJAH .STILL,' Trea
Bridges and Ferries Upper Bat. lOth
1868.,,;. "~ . DB,
July lo. Balance on hand last roport, $24.98
" " ? Recoived of B. T. Miras Treas'r
General Board, 1532.57
Balance duo . . . 00-09
Final Report of M. M. PADGETT, Tre
Bridges and Ferries, Lower Bat. IO
Edgefi?ld._ . . ,,' ;:.
July 15. Received of B. T. Mira;,,
Treas'r Gen'l. Board, $1219.53
" " Received of S. J. Watson, for
Stray Hogs, ' 38.50
" " R?coivcd of J. Edwards for
Stray Hogs,- ?? : r J4.00
ALL Parties engaged in Merchandize, Manu
facturing, or Distilling Spirituous Liquors,
will make their Returns for the Quarter ending
30th Sop tomber. 1868, by tho 24th October. Those
neglecting will, be liable to double tax.
B. ROPER, T. C. E. D.
Oot 13 Si 42; '
ALL Persons having demands on the Estate of
the Inte W. WASHINGTON FINLEY, ore
hereby notified to render attested statements of the
same; and all persons indebted to tho said Es
tate will make itnmodiate payment tn the under
signed, or to W. PKRON.NKAU FISLEIC, Esq , At
torney ot Law, Aikon, S. C.
CAROLINE G. FINLEY, Adm'or.
OctL? 3t 42
DE, HAMBURG, S. C., October loth, 186a.
sasurera of the late Commissioners of Roads,
the People", bs transferred to the County Corn
ie county os $3395, T wish to state that Cr?di
trices of their claims, before said claims cao be
FRANK ARNIM, Chair. CC.
er General Board of Commissioners of
phot with the County of Edgefield.
(JW6S. ~ Cn~. ' ~
July 15. Paid A. Turner, Constable, S2.00
** ! ? "A. Jones, Treasuror Upper .
Bat. 7th Reg't. 482.2S
u a i? Tho8 p ghaw> Troagnrcr
Lower Bat 7th Reg't 1014.00
" " " I. Boles, Treasur'r Upper
Bat. Otb Reg't, 2296.48
u " (i Leo Holson, Treasurer
Lower Bat 9th Reg't 900.12
u " 44 E. Still, Treasurer Upper
Bot. 10th Reg't 1332.57
u " " M. M. Padgett, TreacV ,
Lower Bat 10th Reg't 1219.52
Balance o'n ?and, , . 000.01
Me ..... 57549.00
Jpper Bat. 7th Reg't. of the Commission
I Account with the Comity of Edgefield.
. July 15. Paid A. Lewis for Bridgos
fr. in part, - $188.40
" " ? 44 " John Seigrer for Bridges 200.00
' " Amount overpaid UVst'year, ' 05100
1 " Paid Clerks feos one year, 10.00
|r .Tho following named nersonB are transferred to
the County Commissioners, as having claims on
the County of Edgefield tn tho amount affixed to
|.D?eir names :
A*cliy Lewis, for Eridgoa $71.60
P.lUdgors " " 5.00
L..O. Loveless 44 " 5.00
D'. L. Strother. 2.50
Total amount due, SS4.I0
LSurer Board of Commissioners.ol'Roads,
> Reg't. in Account with tue County ol'
[ MS. Cn.
July 15 Paid Vu. P?irduo for bridges $75.00
" 11 > A. J. Wise, ttl repairs 60.00
" " " II. Hankinson; , 5.00
. " \ft A. J. Hammond, lumber 15 40
: " ?J "" for Stationary, . .; 90
". " " F.W Picken?, for bridges 700 00
?J " " " W. L. Coleman for bridges 99.00
. " " T. B. Dariot kciping'ferry . 13.15
,..< " " S.-O. Thurmond, for huild- ..
in'g Tole House, 100.00
' '< " . ?, Wm, Parduo f.,r bridge, . 29?4?
44 "? &? Clerks fens, ?Jj J.OrOO
The following named persons are transferred to
the County Commissioners, as bating .cjaims on
the County of Edgefield to tho amount affixed tb
their names. ;
Granitcvillo Company, "$17l:3?|
Wm. Pardnc, 120.55
Joseph J: Gregg, . . 150.00
H. Hankinson, 15J00
H. H. Hickman, 25 00
F, Wi Picken?, 100.00
i - . -_. J_.._?.. "__2_
nrer ol the Board of Commissioners of j
lat. Oth Reg't. in Account with the Conn
186B.. Cn. . .
July 15. Paid Isaac Boles, for Turkey
, . " Creek Bridge,, fflfiWl
" " , " Isaac Boles for bridge on
. Blookor Road, 333.32
44 " W. B. Dorn for kcoping
three Bridgos, 315.00
? ? Isaac Boles for Rocky
Creek Bridge, 311.60
? a II II isanc Boita jor Tompkins
Mill Bridge,.. . , 266.60
mu a a Durisoe, KeeWACo^iror''
Advertising.-. - 50.25
^ H ? u - . Branson <t Colomon in part
! for Bird Creek Bridge,. 150,00...
j The following named persons are transferred to
the County Commissioners, as having claims on !
I tho County of Edgefield to the amount affixed to
their names :
C. Wills for Bridgos, $140.00
Wm. B. Dorn. 800.00
Bronson A Coleman, 100.00
Total amount due, $1040.00
P. S.-Until evidences of indebtedness of tb? |
County is furnished to the Commissioners Offico
no amount con be audited for payment.
?urer of the Board of Commissioners of
tr Bat? 41th Reg't. In Account with the
July 15. Paid C. Coleman A Co. for '
u u u p. Timmerman for
u u u Butler A Timmerman for
? Broadwater Bridge, 249.19
u a ? Glori, ' .10.00
Thc following named persons ere transferred to
the County Commissioners, as having claims on
tho County of Edgefield to tho amount affixed to
their names :
Gob. Broadwater, Crawford A Coleman'
Balance for^Turkcy Creek Bridge, $204.81 j
surer Hoard of Commissioners ol" Roads,
i Reg't. in Account with the County of
1868. ........ Cru
july 15. Paid J. M. Proctor, Building
and. Repairs, . $798.00
u u : p. Prockton, Balance
for Bridge, , ::'?7.0n
" 14 44 M. A. Griffith for hauling 30.50
" " W. L. Stevons forbridgo 100 00
44 " " W.L. Stevens forPick Axes 21.40
44 44 " C. M. May for service 12.50
" " 41 W. L. Stevons, repair of
u ti it -\ymi Johnson, repair of
44 ?I 44 J. Still ior a small Bridgo 5.00
u it a >phos. J. Dyson in part
for Bridges, 248.00
Tho following named porsons aro transferred to
the County Commissioners, as having claims on
tho County of Edgefield to the amount affixed to
their names t -,
L, R. Cogbnrn, . $13 00
T. J. Dyson ? J. M. Prockton 62.00
. T. J. Dyson, 100.00
usurer of the Commissioners of Roads,
th Reg't. in Account with' the County of
July 15. Paid J. W. Crim in part
of Bridges,' $225.00
II u u E". Whittle for 2 Bridges, 200.00
44 44 44 J. Whittle for Bridges, 122.10
j" ?V -Wm. Cates repair; . - 12.00
" ", ,r^W?Abney part for bridg's 304.80
14 JSrM' S. W. Watson Pick Axe, 1.50
U_ "?i(!.<. 44 A. P. Wost part for bridge 356.75
^.'he follpwing namod persons aro transferred to
the County Commissioners, as having claims on
-j tho County of Edgefield to tho amount affixed to
their names :
A P. West, $518.25
W. Abney, 250.00
J. W. Crim, 325.00
i F. M. Gibson, 00 00
Jno. Whittly, 60.00
B. Peterson, 25.00 .
! A. S. Dozier, 05.00
S. M. Smith, 10.00
C. V. Hamilton, 6.00
*b ." $1319.25
XT. S. Internal Revenue,
DEP. COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
3n DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA,
October the 12th, 1303. .
NOTICE is herob'y glvon to Tax Payers in tho
9th and 10th Rogiments, and also in tho 7'h
Regiment, that I nm now roady to roceive their
.Taxes until the 2nd Nov. 18*8, at Edgefield C. H.
on Mondays and Saturdays, and other days at
my Residence. After thc abovo dato, defaulters
may expect to pay cost
R. W. CANNON,
Oct. 13 2t 42
FLINT SEED WHEAT, for sale by
W. D. HAMEY.
Oct? ? ?
AND DEALERS IN
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
I s? Div ...... ? . ?)ii . ,.. .
INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE THE VERY LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTHS CASS1MERES AND TESTINGS,
WHICH THEY HAVE ON EXHIBITION. These GOODS are NEW, of the
LATEST and MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, and .will be made to order in the
Best Manner, at the Lowest Prices !
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
IS ONE OF THE? LARGEST and BEST ever brought to Augusta. We will
.sell at such LOW FIGURES as to GIVE SATISFACTION TO EVERY ONE.
tn ,ihe following FURNISHING GOODS for Gent's use, we have a desirable
assortment: , .
GENT'S DRE S S I JV G ROBES.
WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK TIES,
* .. ?a LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
HALF HOSE, GLOVES,
TRAVELING SHAWLS AND BUGGY BLANKETS..' ,j
JBSTTt will be to the interest of every one desiring any article in our branch
of business to examine our. stock before buying elsewhere.
> iii<w .
Augusta, Oct 13
KENNY & GRAY,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
?}<$* IM >- f) \? A.I , .
HAS REMOVED HER
MILLINERY AUD FANCY GOODSSTOR
From No. 226 to No. 25' . road St.,
TKO Doors above thc old I rance Bank, f
Where she has Opener. an Elegant and
Varied Assortment of
HATS ABD B08?BT
OF ALL THE LATFST STYLES,
Which she will sell at tho L0?VT2ST POSSIBLE
PRICES, Wholesale and Retail. .
Augusta. Oct 12 lm 42
Our Motto : is Cheap as the Cheapest !-As
Good as thc Best !
JAMES K. GLOVER,
KUSEL &. BROTHER
Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
J.J a-IN-. .,'"'" *
For lien, Boys & Children's Wear,
FASHIONABLE HATS & CAPS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
No. 250 Broad St., '
Under Globe Hold,
AUGUSTA, GE O.
^arThc very latest stylos in SILK HATS
always on hand.
A call is respectfully solicited before purcha
Augusta, Oct 12 3m 42
COTTON F?C O
WILL GIVE ATTENTION to tho SALE
OF COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE
and solicita Consignment?.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Con
signments to his friends in Savannah, Baltimore,
Now York and Liverpool, who will hold Cotton
on favorable terras.
BSrComnii:bions for Selling Cotton, IJ por
Oct 12 3m 42
$71 (Gold) Long Ton, 2,240 Lbs.,
DELIVERED AT AUGUSTA, GA.
ON or about 1st Deoember, I will order ray
Stock of GUANO-FOR THE SPRING
TRADE, from tho Poruvian Government Agent
I will include therein, orders for Customers
who furnish, the money, at tho above price. _
As the Government Agent will not soil ia loss
than Fifty Ton Lots, this is an excellent oppor
tunity for Planters to get their supplies direct,
and a guaran toe of Ufe GENUINE ARTICLE,
which tho purchaso bill will; prove. Tho Guano
will arrive in February.
J. 0. MATHEWSON,
285 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
N. E.-A full Stock of PERUVIAN GUANO,
LAND PLASTER, Baugb's RAW BONE. SO
LUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, and Hoyt's SU
PER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, constantly on
Sept 29 2m 40
BOOT and SHOE
Store Formerly Occupied
Mrs, Heney, as a MiHtuery Store.
I. P. GIRARDEY
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO
his friends and the public that he lias
on hand and will continue to receive all
goods pertaining to a First Class
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Comprising, in part, the following :
Gents' ahd Boys' BOOTS and SHOES,
adies, Misses and Children's BOOTS
and SHOES, all styles
TRUNKS, VALISES and SATCHELS,
of all styles
All of which he offers for sale
At Very Low Prices for Cash.
ALL perrons indebobted to the Estato of OBA
DIAH LODDIE, dee'd., will piense meet me
in ibo Ordinary's Office at Eiljreticld C. H., on
Wednesday tho 21st instant. Tb OM having do
man il s against the said Eetato will piense present
them properly attested.
? raaitcville, Oct. 8, 2t 42
He also takes pleasure in announcing
that he has secured the services of
IHR. JAMES HENEY,
who will conduct the business for him,
and who will be pleased to see his friends
and the public generally, who desire to
procure anything in his line of business.
Augusta, Oct. 6, 3m 41
ALADY TEACHER OF EXPERIENCE, lo
take charge of three or four small Child roo,
for instruction in the English branches only. None
need apply unless properly recommended,-and
suited to a quiet country lifo. Address
SARAH A. LAMAR,
Oct 13 ; 2t 42
JUST received One Barrel No. 1 Kerosene
Oil. G. L. PENN.
Feb 12 tf 7
Hew Pan ?poart
X HE- Subscriber is noir receiving a LARGE
FALL AND WINTER STOCK of .
Fancy Dress Goods,
Ready Made Clothing,
Boots and Shoe?,
And Yankee Notions in Variety.
To all of which ho begs an examination from Ibo
good people of Edgefield.
Pri?es as low as can bo afforded".
S. H. MAN GE'Pf
Under Masonic Hall.
Sept 28 ; . tf 40 .
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John Esten Cook's New Novel.
FJ. HUNTINGTON A CO;, 459 Broome
. street, Now "York, have in press, to be ready
in. October, "MOHUN, OR" THE LAST* DAYS
OF LEE AND HIS"PALADINS." By. J. EsLen
?Cook, author of. " Surry of-Eagles' Nest" ,
_ Of " Surry," of .which "Mohun" is a sequel,
10,000 copies were almost immediately-void. Tho
new work ia .still.more, intensely interesting.
Printed on .fino-ton cd paper and richly bound in
cloth, with upward of 500 pages, it har for its
frontispiece aline steel medallion head of Gene
ral Lee, and four beautiful illustrations in Homt r's
best style." Either book is sent by mail post frt?y
on receipt or the.price, $2.25. For tale hy,a!l
booksellers and new, dealers, in town and country.
OctfT,_. 3t -_41
Columbia & Augusta itaiiroad Co.,
GKN'I, FREIGHT A TICKET AGKST'S OFFIC?,
COLUJrEIA, S. C., Sept 24*, 1868.
npfllE MERCHANTS'of Edgefioid and vicinity
X. ate informed thut they con haw? .tl.?;?
FREIGHTS frum Baltimore, ,VbUa4elpp?a. J^w.
York, Bonton and other Northern Cijjec delivered,
at Ifead of Hoad with ltKt?TILAltiTV,-DIS
PATCH and at LOW KATES.
This"Company liii!<-.irriin;?o<l to pr-.toot Freif lifs
al llc:>il .if Rond as it progressas towards JYOTI'S,
until the regular Slalion is opt neil.
Ffeighty shipped al any 'p.,iiil North, by. Tl o
Inbiri.] Air Line Freight Kout*/ via Ports-mom 1 ,
V:., destined for Bdgelield and surrounding
country, will have tho benefit nf Through Ra'., s
to Columbia. -
Kates fr-im IJaltimoro and New York to Co
Iniubia-First Cl:isa$l,fin, Second'JO, Third SO,
Fourth 7<"?Ccnts per Hundred Pounds. ICail.n
$4 per Bale. Rules from tither points eaumiy
'ovf- . ? ! i . - -1
. Freights by this Ronlo run through from Port?
Simlh to Hu ni or Road with but cir ?hutfiji <>f
Marine Insurance muck.lower than by any
?&- For further information, address
E. R: DORSEY,
. .Gcr/1 Freight and Ticket Agent
Sept 29 tf [40
Land at Private Sale.
QP^fi ACRES OF LAND,
OOO situated on Horn's Creek,
live miles South of Edgefield C.
H., on tire main. Road leading from
the Court House to Augusta, one-half of whick
is ?ow in tao highest state of cultiva t ion, (of whick
an inspection of the present crop will show,) witti
.sufficient timber for all practicaUpurpoees, well
watered with pure springs, well and branch**,
and is sj healthy ano desirable a section of' cone
try as can be found in South Carolina. * *; -
There is A Comtoruble Dwelling House, with,
all necessary out buildings on. tho place io good*.
repair. About Sixty Acres of this Tract is first
class "bottom land.
f his Land will bo sold in one body, or in two
or three tracts.
Persons desirous of settling in this section of
country would do weil to call and: look at this
place, as a hotter opportunity L?r purchasing ?
Homestead and a fine Cotton and Grain planta
tion is rardy offered.
The Cum, Fodder, Cotton Seed, Stock of Horses
.md Mules, Cattle, farming implements, Ac, will
'bo sold with tho place if desired.
Terms Cash, or one-third Cash and the balance
on one year's credit.
J. Lt ADDISON.
Sept 29 tf 40
. mHE BUTLER HOUSE AND LOT t* tho
X Village, and the SULLIVAN PLACE, li
miles from the Village. To Rent for the year 1809.
Will "have the Butler Houso and outhouses weH
j If .not Rented previous to Salo.day in Nov.,
will then bc Rented at public outcry to hi^h- at
bidder. JOHN HVIt'T.
Oct 12. 2t . 42
WILL be Rented to the highest bidder, for
the year 18C9, on Wednesday, the 4th
November next, at the late residence of JA9.
MoCARTY, dee'd., tho PLANTATIONS belong
ing to said Estate.
pil- Further particulars And terms of Rest
will be mide known cn the day of Rent
D. P. LA GRONE, Adm'or.
Oct. 13 3t . 41
TWO HUNDRED AND
FORTY ACRES OF LAND,
Three miles South of Edgefield,-'
Ono Hundrod Acros native forest,
bbavily umbered - Ono. Hundred and Forty Acres
open and well adapted to Corn, Cotton and small
G rain. Some first rate low grounds.
The placo will be divided into small tracts to
suit purchasers. And will be sold low for Cash.
Sept 29 tf 40
E, tho Undersigned, having this doy asso
ciated ourselves together in the PRACTICE OF
MEDICINE, tender our services to the citizens
of this placo and vicinity.
Tho Senior Partner will give particular atten
tion to Obstetrics, Diseases of Women and Chil
dren, and Chronic Diseases.
Brick Office opposite tho Law Office of Messrs.
GARY A GABY.
W. D. JENNINGS, M. D.
W. D. JENNINGS, Jr., M. D.
Sept 22 lm 39
IN Pursuance of an Order from W. F. Dorisoe,
Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will proceed
to -ell at tho kee residence of Mrs. MARY MOB
LEY, dee'd., on FRIDAY, the 80th October, all
the personal Estate of said deceased, consisting
SEVEN HORSES AND MOLES,
LOT OF CATTLE AND HOGS,
CROP OF CORN, FODDER, Ac.
ONE BUGGY, WAGON, CART,
GIN HEAD, Ac, Ac. .
Terms Cash. " . . *
?''.? JEREMIAH if OBLEY, Ad'or.
? Oct 8 . ? 4te 43
IWILL ALSO sell at the same time and place,
at pnblio outcry, tho REAL ESTATE of the
lato WILLIAM MOBLEY, dee'd., comprising
sp,me TWELVE. or FOURTEEN HUNDRED
ACRES OF LAND. . '**
Terms made known on day of sale.
JEREMIAH MOBLJ3Y, Ex'or.
Oct 8 4 to 42
. Watchmaker and Jeweller.
DF. McEWEN is now prepared to do ALL
. KINDS OF WORK pertaining to his bu
siness with neatness and dispatch, and on as
reasonable terms as can be done by any first class
workmen. All work will be warranted to give
Tho services of a competent GUNSMITH have
been engaged, and any work in that Hue left at
my Shop will bo promptly attended to. All part?
of Colt's Pistols will bo kept constantly on hand,
ready finished for uso, thereby making it unne
cessary for arms hoing left for any length of timo
for ordinary repair.. ,
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct 6 tf 41
ANEVER RAILING REMEDY for CHILLS
and FEVER. For sale by
T. W CARWIf.E,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Oct IS tf 43