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WMJ H. GOODRICH.
WM. H. G00I
265 Broad St.
Have on Hand
AND HOUSE FUI
Of all kinds, to which they cull the att
all desiring Goods in their line.
MR. E. E. SCOFIELD, long and fa
with us, and will have charge of thc M
Augusta, Nov. 10
Tbc Union Meeting of tbe First Division of
the Edgefieid Baptist Association will bold its
next Session with the Rehoboth Church, com
mencing at ll o'clock on ?nturdaj, tho 28th inst.
All the Churches in said Division are requested
to send Delegates, as on that day an election of
officers for tho next year will take place.
Rev. R. W. SEVMOUR to preach tho Introduc
Query to be discussed.-How far should a
Christian teach his Children to resent an insult,
and at the same time ac: in accordance with the
requisitions cf the Bibb: ?
P. H. ADAMS, M. D., to read an_ Essay on the
Design of Sunday Schools. 0. SHEPPARD to de
liver an Address: Tho best plan for Sunday
? School success.
Sunday Schools generally are cordially invi
ted to attend, and participate with us in the Sun
day School exercises on thc Sabbath following.
D. D. BRUNSON, Mod'or.
B. M. TALBERT, Sec'ry.
Nov. 10 36 4C
The next meeting of the Executive Board of
the Edgefieid Association will be held at Repub
lican Church, on Saturday before . the' 5th Sab
bath in November.
L. R. GWALTNEY, CHAIRMAN.
Nov. 3 4t 45
The Union Meeting of the 4th Division, of the
Edgefieid Baptist Association, will bo held at Re
publican Church, on Saturday before thc5tb Sab
bath in November. The Teachers nnd Pupils of
the Sunday Schools within its bounds aro earnest
ly requested to attend.
J. S. MATHEWS, Mod.
Nov. 3 4t 45
^TilE subscriber hos just recoivod from Charles
STOCK OF WINTER GOODS,
r which he now offers to his etntomers and the
public at the LOWEST CASK PRICES, and
asks those who desire to purchase to give him a
call boforo purchasing elsewhere :
CALICOES-from 10 to I? ets. per yard.
Plain. Figured and Chene DELANKS and
POPLINS, from 25 to 75 cts. per yard-all Colors
Cheeked and Egleston GINGHAMS.
Bleached SHIRTINGS and Long CLOTHS,
Red and white FLANNELS.
OPERA FLANNELS, all colors,
Plaid LINSE YS. .
Plaid and Domestic GINGHAMS.
Ladies' CLOAKS and SHAWLS, in variety,
Breakfast SHAWLS and NUBIAS,
Ladies' and Misses H ATS-Straw, - Braid and |
RIBBONS, PLUMES. FLOWERS,
Uoen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS, very
HOSIERY, all kinds. " --
YANKEE NOTIONS-in variety,
Huckaback DIAPER and TOWELS,
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached ami Brown JEANS,
STRIPES, OSNABURGS, Ac.
For Me? aud Boys' Wear.
DOESKIN, TWEEDS, CASSIMERES,
SATTNETTS, Kentucky JEANS,
KERSEYS and FACTORY JEANS,
HATS and CAPS, all styles aud sizes,
Gents UNDERVESTS, NECK TIES, COL
Boots and Shoes.
In Storo an elegant assortment Ladies and
Misses SHOES, very cheap,
Gents, Boys and Children's BOOTS and
SHOES, large stock.
A general assortment of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AX
ES, NAILS, &c, <fce.
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE,
CHEESE, MACARONI, CRACKERS,
CANDLES, STARCH, SODA, SOAP,
With every variety of Goods generally to be
found in a well furnished Village Store, all of
which will be sold as CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Nov. 10 2m 4G
JAMES M. ANDERSON,
D, R. WRIGHT & CO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
British, French am! American
SHAWLS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
233 Broad St., opposite Masonic Hall,
Nov io :;t 46
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale, by Druggists Everywhere.
State of South Carolina,
IN O lt l)fNARY.
Elisabeth Franklin, Jesse Franklin ]
and others, Applicants,
vf. j For Par'n,
'?eorgo Sharpt?n arni wife Nuncy |
?nd other.-, Defd .dants. J
BY au Order fr?.m the Ordinary, I "hull proceed
to re-sell at Edgefieid Court H-use, on tht
lir.-t Munday in December U-.Xt, for Partition, (ni
tho ri-k of the formtr punlm-cr.) the REAL ES.
TATE or BARTLEY FRANKLIN, deceased;
Mtunted in the District und Stute llforeSnid, cou.
tattling Two Hundred .uni Tw?'(202) Acres, mon
or le**, and bounded liv linds of L. Oomillioii
Levi Mo<cr, Riehiird ? rogo ry, Sr., and others.
tST Terms Cash. Titles ?tr?.
ISAAC ROLES, S.E D.
Nov. 6 4t I?
State of South Carolina
JN ORDIN?R Y.
Samuel Gunter nud wife Eilcanor, "\
vs. f. For Par'n
Caroline Kirkl ind. John B. Kirk- |
laud and otben, Dcfend'is. I
IN pursuance nf an Order from the Ordinary, i
shall profond tn re-sell nt Edgefieid dur
Holts", ou the first Monday ?ii December next,foi
Partition, (at thc ri?k of thu fitrwer piin-.hiis^r
tbe REAL ESTATE.-f WARREN KIRKLAND
deceased, a TRACT OR PARCEL OF LANI
lying and being Li tho District and Slate afore
said, containing Sixty Four (ii I) acres, more or loss
?.nd bounded by lund- .'f Reuben Lybrtnd, Bar
ney KP ps, Henry Cato r.n-! others.
.3T Terms Cash.-Titles extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
NOT. G 4t 45
GEO. E. GOODRICH
mic?? & SON
, Augusta, Ga.,
ii Full Stock of
m, TIN WARE,
?iition of the public, and ask a visit from
vorably known in this linc, will be found
H. GOODRICH & SON.
CAMBRIDGE LANDS FOR SALE.
IOFFER at private sale my PLANTATION,
containing TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES,
and lying fivo miles South of Ninety-Six Depot,
on the waters of Ninety-Six Creek. I will sell it
in a body, or will divido it so that Tract No. 1
will contain about 8U0 Acres,- No. 2, 275 Acres;
No. 3, 125 Acres. Each Tract abundantly sup
plied with wood and water.
TERM--Tho purchaso money to be paid in
Gold, oae-hnlf Cash. Tho balance two years
after dato, with interest from (Lue.
R. G. M. DUNOVANT.
Nov 10 3t 46
VALUABLE FARM FOfi SALE
THE Subscriber wishes to sell his DESIRA
BLE and WELL IMPROVED FARM,
lying within less than a mile of the Columbia &
Augusta Railroad, about eight miles below Edgo
field C. H., adjoining lands of Benj. Bcttis, Lewis
Miles and others, and at present oocupied by
Geo. W. Dorn.
This FARM contain? Two Hundred and Thirty
Three Acres,-One Hundred of which arc in cul
tivation, under goori fenoc, and mostly fresh land.
Thc balance is heavily timbered Pine and Oak
Land. All well adapted to Cotton, Corn and
On tho premises is a comfortable Dwelling and
all necessary outbuildings, in good repair.
There are also on the place 1200 Choice Fruit
Trees-just commenced bearing.
If application is made soon an unusually good
bargain can be had.
Nov 10 4t 46
THAT FINE PLANTATION, known as tho
"CANE BRAKE." lately owned by A. L.
Dearing, Esq, on Salu la River, containing
Twelve Hundred Acres, of which there
arc from 200 to 300 Acres of River Bottoms ca
pable of producing a Bale of Cotton to the Acre.
Tho Family Residence i? almost new, and the
largest and most commodious in Edgefield Dis
trict. Location healthy, r.ot far from thc Green
ville and Columbia Railroad, and one of the best
stands for a Country Store. Gin House, Barns,
Stables, ic , in good order. Pasturage very line
Applicants must bo prepared to secure their
bids. Apply to JOHN ?. BACON,
ATT'V. FOTI JAS. lt. PRINGLE.
Evgificld, S. C., Oct 20 2m43
TO RENT, LEASE Oil SELL.
THE Subscriber wishes to Rent, Lctse or Sell
his ENTIRE TRACT OF LAND, lying 16
miles West of Edgefield C. H., on Bird Crook ;
and will divido it in Lots of from Fifty to Five
Hundred Acre?, to suit parties.
This, body of Land is well adapted to Corn,
Cotton and Small Grain. Como and look, and
judgo for yourselves.
?5?" Terms made easy.
I wilt ftUo'sell a superior lot of WORK
STOCK, at low prices.
B. M. TALBERT.
Nov. 3_tf_ _45._
1WILL ofter for sale, at PUBLIC AUCTION,
on MONDAY, tho 7th dav of December next,
. AXL. THAI T li A. CT OS L?XD ooi.U?ning.O&? I
Hundred and Eighty-Eight Acre?, moro or less,
the property of PORTER J. CASWELL, dee'd.,
situate immediately on ibo lina i leading from
Edgefield C. II. to Niuity-Six, on which there is
a sood Two Story Dwelling Hou.'e, and necessary
..ut buildings, adjoining lands of the Estate of
Jas. F. Lowry, Dr. Jno. Landrum and others.
TERMS OF ?ALE- One-third Cash. The
balacee on a credit ol twelve months, with in
terest from day of ?ale, to bc secured by Bond
and Mortgage of thc premises. Purchaser to
pay for necessary papers.
Z. W. CARWILE, Ex'or.
Nov. 10, 4t 46
IWILL SELL at Edcefield C. H., on Monday,
tho 7th December, in pur.-uancc of an Order
from the Ordinary, ONE TRACT OF LAND be
longing to thc Estate of AM ON LINDSEY, de
ceased, containing Threo Hundred and Ninety
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lauds of B.
Rambo, D. Quattlcbum and others.
Also, at the same timoand place, TWO MULES,
ONE ROAD WAGON, <tc, 4c, bolonging to
Estate of said deceased.
Terms Cash. Purchaser of Laud to pay for
M. FRAZIER, Ex'or.
Nov 10 4t 46
AT THE BAPTIST PARSONAGE.
Iwill offer at AUCTION, on TUESDAY, tho
24th of NOVEMBER, my
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Crockery, Garden implements,
The Sale to commence nt ll A. M. Terms, cash.
There is one complete Set of SOLID WALNUT,
and one of MAHOGANY-b< th in good order.
The Furniture can bo examined privately by
those who wish to purchase.
L. R. GWALTNEY.
Nov. 9 2? 4ft
AT the late rcsidenco of Dr. J. F. Adams, de
ceased, on FRIDAY, the 20th inst, some
VALUABLE" COTTON and GRAIN LANDS,
divided to suitjersons wishing to Rent the ensu
S. W. NICHOLSON, ) . _
J.F.ADAMS. j Adm ora.
Nov. 0 2t 46.
1IT ILL RENT for the next year, tho GROVE
PLANTATION, lying 2J miles from EdgeOeld
C. H.. on the Ninety Six Road. Then arc Three
Hundred Acres open land on the place, well
adapted to Cotton and Grain. Terms reasonable
LUCY J. BATES.
Nov. 9. ol 46
FOR thc year 1SC9, tho well-known PLANTA
TION "formerly belonging to THOMAS J.
McKIE, dee'd., and occupied for several years
past by W. L. McDaniel. Apply to
THOS. J. McKIE,
Woodlawn, S. C.
NovlO St 46
IX pursuance of an Order from W. F. Durisoe,
Esqr., Ordinary for Edgefield District, we will
proceed to sell at tho late rtsiderce of Mrs
TABITHA ABNEY, dee'd., on THURSDAY,
the 19th NOVEMBER, all thc PERSONAL
ESTATE of said deceased, consisting of
FOUR MULES AND ONE HORSE,
CATTLE, SH KEP, HOGS,
FLOUR. CORN, FODDER. SHUCKS,
COTTON AND COTTON SEED,
ONE ROAD WAGON, AND ONE BUGGY,
BLACKSMITH AND FARMING TOOLS,
GIN HEAD, THRESHER AND FAN,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, Ac.
t3?" Terms Cnsh.
ROBT. J. SMITH. ) . "
J. K. SCHUMPERT. ) Ad ors'
ft?Sr The LAND belonging lo the deceased will
be Rented on thc day of salo above mentioned
Nov. :; _ _3t_ 45
Cheaper Than Ever.
WE will sell our entire Stock of PRINTS,
consisting of Meriinacs, Spraguos, Pacific,
and Allens, at 10 els. per yard.
C. A. CHETHAM Jfc BRO.
JEST Recen cd and for sale by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Sept 14 tf 3b
THE CHEAPEST STOCK
AND MOST MAGNIFICENT
* MM 228 ; .
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.,
FORMERLY GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.,.
3STOW , '
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
?J" ames Jk.m Gtorsty cfc Co.
Announce to thc Public of Georgia awl Sooth Carolina,
THAT THEIR PREPARATIONS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
. ARE NOW COMPLETE.
TSLDCO-OSP jfiL* GrJC&t-y ?fir Go?
Havc Every Variety and Quality of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS;
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS AND OSNABURGS;
TABLE AND BED LINEN ;
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS AND COVERINGS;
;>' - 'y - Of ' .' . ;
LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND CASHMERES.
. - . ...... ?'- :"*s!r*,^?' '
The Wholesale Department
% AT :. a il
JAS A. GRAY & CO'S.
One of the Largest in the South/!
James Jk.. Gray ?fe Oo?
OFFER THEIR PRESENT LARGE STOCK AT THE
SMALLEST ADVANCE UPON COST PRICES !
Augusta, Oct 13
X HE Subscriber* have on band a fine assort
ment of SCHOOL, CLASSICAL, MISCELLA
NEOUS nud SUNDAY SCHOOL DOOKS,
All kind? of BLANK BOOKS, nnd a large
Stock of all ikes and qualities of WRITING
Also, a ereilt variety of FANCY GOODS, MU
SICAL INSTRUMENTS, 4c,
A?wf which they offer at Wholosalo and Re
tail at the lowest Cash prices.
THOS. RICHARDS & SON,
2C3 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
'07 ?10 liu 46
MRS. D. O'CONNOR'S,
. r afe;
i 25.1 Hrond St., Augusta, Ga.,
;(jEjHj?-'Doors above thc In>uranco Bank,)
i im ?
jfiKNOTIIER largo assortment of HATS and
BONNETS, in Velvet, Plath, Felt, Silk and
Straw, togothor vfith her usual variety of FANCY
GOODS, which ehe will sell at tho lowest prices,
WhVcsale and Retail.
r>0rdors promptly attended to.
G. BAILIE & BRO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BAGGING,' ROPE AND TWINE,
"Wines and Liquors,
A.C., Arc.? &C?t
NO. 205 BROAD~ STREET,
Oct 20 _UV 43_
BY A. J. PELLETIER,
15Si BROAD STREET,
I-TTAS IN STORE A NICE LINE OF GOODS.
I O embracing ALL ARTICLES in thc Trade,
to which bc respectfully calls thc attention of his
friends and customers throughout tho District.
Give us a call.
A. J. PELLETIER,
15Si Broad Street, Augusto, Ga.
Oct 20 4m -13
U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE.
The United States of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
BY Virtuo of a Writ o? fi fa /adan to me di
rected, issuing out cf the Honorablo thc
UniUd States Circuit, for the District of South
Carolina, I will exposo for sale to tho highest
bidder, ct public AuctioD, at Edgefield C. H., on
the. 2d day of December next, (being the first
Wednesday bf the Month,) all tho right, title and
interest of tho Defendant in and to ibo following
property, to wit: ONE TRACT OF LAND, con
taining One Thousand Acres, moro or less, bounded
by lands ol tho Estato of Thomas/Pitts, Dr. L.
M. Ashill, R. B. Watson and other?, situate on
tho Ridge. Levied on as the property of the De
fendant Elijah Watson, at thc suit of William
Allen nnd James McLean, Plaintiffs.
TERMS, CASH. Purchasers to pay the Mar
shal for necessary papers and stamps.
Salo to bc conducted by JULIUS P. WRIGHT,
Deputy Marshal, as Auctioneer.
J. P. M. EPPING,
i U. S. Marshal.
IN pursuance of an Order of Hon. A. G. FOS
TER, Registor in Bankruptcy, will bo Sold,
free.from thu encumbrance of Lions, at Granito
ville, in the County of Edgefield and State of j
: South Carolina, on the 30th day of Novcinbor,
1868, the following
Tract of Land,
(Exclusive of Ninety Acres, including thc dwel
ling-house, and thc growing crop) belonging to
the estate of Francis Murraj', Bankrupt, to-wit:
AU'tbat trnct of land, sit?alo, lying and being in
theCounty and State aforesaid, on Big Horse
Creek waters of .Savannah River, containing Two
Thousand and Eighty Acres, moro or less, and
bounded ou tire West by lands now,, or formerly,
belonging to William Gregg; on tho Northwest
by lands now, or formerly, Lewis Elzcy's ; on tho
Ei.it by land now, or formerly, Mat.. May's and
E. Posey's; on '.he Southist by land now, or for
merly G. Rozier's and Mrj. R. Swearingin's ; on
tho South by land now, or formerly, Wm. Rigg's
and J. Hatcher's.
Also, that other
Tract of Land,
lying and hoing in tho County and S tato? forced,
near the Granitev'ille depot, on the South Caroli
na Railroad, containing Ono and - Acres,
moro or less, and bounded HS follows: on the
West by land now, or formerly William Morris' :
on the South and East by land now, or formerly
Miobael O'Brien's : on the North by thc Soul*
Carolina Railroad, being tho same tracts of land
conveyed to said Francis Murray by Luoius L.
Hall, by deed, dated, (he 27th dav of November,.
Also, nt thc same timo and place, a lcnse-hoM
interest in Four Acres of Laud adjoining Kalmia
Mills, upon which (hero is a wooden house, con
taining sevon rooms. Also, Two Small Curfs.
S. D. HEARD, Assigne?.
Nov. 7 3t_46_
IN Pursunncc of an Order from the Honorablo
GEORGE S. BRYAN, Judge United States
District Court for South Carolina, I will sell nt
PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefiold C. H., on thc
flrat Monday in December next, the HOUSE AND
LOT, in thc Vi'.lngo of Edgofield, whore J0I?N
M. WITT lately rcsidod, it being a part of tho
AssigoadEsUtc of said J. M. WITT. ThcLotcon
taina-about .One Aero, with good Dwelling House
and/either improvements requisite to make it a
comfortable and desirable rosidonce.
, E. J. YOUNGBLO0D, Assignee.
/TOT 10 4i 46
?8>?. IN BANKRUPTCY.
mlT Pursuance- of an Order from tho Hon. GEO.
?PS. BRYAN, Judgo of the District Court of
tho United States for South Carolina, I will sell
?MJBLIO OUTCRY, at Edgefield C. H., on tho
fitotlMonday in December next, the HOUSE AND
&0T in'tho Village of Edgefield whereon JOHN
COLGAN now resides, containing Nino Acres
more or les?,
E. J. Y0UNOBLO0D, Assignee.
Nov 10 4t 40
if ASSIGNEES SALE.
Sf; IN BANKRUPTCY.
"tm ?Pursuance of an Order from tho Honorable
fi GEORGE S. BRYAN, Judjr,c of tho District
Court of the United States for South Carolina, I
will ?ell nt PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefield C.
H., on tho first Monday in December next, ONE
TRACT OF LAND whereon RUSSELL PAD
GETT now resides, containing Two J"undred
Acros, moro or les?, adjoining lands of Jamos D.
Watson, George Bell and others.
: Terms Cash.
Z. W. CARWILE, Assignoo.
Nov 10 4t 26
County Commissioners' Office,
HAMBURG, S. C., Nov. 7, 1808.
IN accordnnco with nn Act of Sept. 2fith, 1SGS,
Sec. 22, Pago 130, State at large, and from
instructions from the Comptroller General's Offico
of 1st Nov. 1809, Contingent Accounts of oil
Cou'ity Officers, in case of Criminal Proceedings,
which have accrued sinco tho first day of October
1SCS, will bo Audited and Paid at this Office.
J. F. ll MILING, Clerk
Board C. C. fur Edgefield Countv.
Nov 10 lt 40
APPLICATION will he mcdo to thc Legisla
ture at its next Session for a Charter to in
corporate the Vaucluse Manufacturing Company,
for the purpose of Manufacturing und Selling
Cotton and Woolen Goods, at or near VUUOIUBO
on Horse Creek.
Oct 1 -1m 47
THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE!
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
(OW OFFER one of the largest and most attractive Stocks of Dry Goods they
have iver had the pleasure of exhibiting in Augusta'. at pri?es that cannot b?
questioned. Their motto is. as ever has been. ."Small Profits and (?nick Sales.'
They are determined not to be undersold by any house South. Their goods ure
all thc first-class ?ind best makes, selected with the greatest care by their buyer,
who, being in New York all tho uea?oi'i, enables bini to select tho latest and most
fashionable goods in tho market:
New Goods received daily. Something new alwavs to bc found at thc FRED
ERICKSBURG STORE, at the LOWEST PRICES.'
They can :-ay, without hesitancy, that theil' stock of Dress Goods cannot be
surpassed in elegance, beauty, variety or low prices, having all thc novelties of
thc season. Particular attention is called to this Department.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT
Was never larger or mow complete, being of the latest and most fashionable de
signs. CLOAKING CLOTHS in great profusion. FURS, in groat variety, just
A large stock of goods for GENTS and BOYS, such as
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, &C.
DOMESTIC GOODS of the best makes, in BLEACHED and BROWN HOME
SPUNS, KERSEYS, LINDSEYS, STRIPED and CHECKED DOMESTICS,
BED BLANKETS, &c, &c.
WHITE GOODS of every description. NOTIONS too numerous to mention.
It is useless for theo to enumerate what they have in stock. They invite all
to call and examine their stock, as goods will be fairly and cheerfully SHOWN.
WHOLES AXE ROOMS Ul? STAIRS,
To which the attention of Merchants is particularly invited. The stock was never
larger, more complete or varied. They guarantee to competo with. New York
prices. v ; f?"V -.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
301 KROAD STREET, AUUUST?, GA.,
CORNER BY THE PLANTERS' HOTEL.
KENNY & GRAY,
AND DEALERS IN
BEADY MADE ClOTHiM
Genfs Furnishing Goods,
INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE THE VERY LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND TESTINGS,
WHICH THEY HAVE ON EXHIBITION. These GOODS are NEW, of the
LATEST and MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, and will bo made to order in the
Best Manner, at the Lowest Prices !
OUR STOCK -OF
READY MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
IS ONE OF THE LARGEST and BEST ever brought to Augusta. W? will
sell at such LOW FIGURES as to GIVE SATISFACTION* TORVER Y ONE.
Tn the following FURNISHING GOODS for Gent's use, we have a desirable
GENT'S DRESSING ROBES.
WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, .
HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK TIES,
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
HALF HOSE, GLOVES,
TRAVELING SHAWLS AND BUGGY BLANKETS.
JS?yTo will be to the interest of every one desiring any article in our branch
of business to examine our stock before buying elsewhere.
KENNY & GRAY,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Oct 13
COTTON PLANTERS, RALLY I
UNPARALLELED SUCCESS!-COTTON SCREW! !
WRIGHT'S, ALLUM'S, BANKS'.
Great Improvement in Cotton Packing Screws ! !
THE BEST IN USE.
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO ALL WHO USE THEM, COME ONE I
Come all ! Every Screw warranted.
GIN GEAR of all sizes, SUGAR BOILEl^S, SUGAR MILLS, GUDGEONS,
ALARM BELLS, and all kinds of MACHINERY and CASTINGS done at short
The hiebest price paid for old Machinery, Iron, Brass and Copper.
Having purchased the patterns of BULLOCK'S COTTON TRESS, would be
pleased to supply Planters with Presses complete or ?nv parts thereof. Have on
Rand a large lot of New and Second-hand SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BLACK
SMITH TftOLS ?fcc:, for sale cheap for cash. Also. GRAHAM'S IMPROVED
PATTERN GIN GEAR, all sizes. Also, ONE EIGHT-HORSE STATIONARY
ENGINE, nearly new. . Also, BOLTS AND PULEYS FOR PACKARD'S
Oct. 27 ,2m 44
Buckwheat FlOur, ' ?e and Potatoes
1 lU.I. New BUCL WHEAT FLOUR.
1 m.i. RICE.
1 Bbl. eating POTATOES.
G. L. PENN.
Oct. 28 tf 44
NAILS AND AXES.
KEGS BFST NATLS,
2 Doz. COLLINS' AXES.
C. A. C1IEAT1IAM A BRO.
Nov 3 tf 45
Pall and Winter
C. A. CHEATHAM & BRO.,
No. 3, Purl; Kow,
BL?AVIN'G just returned fr tho grcn' Cora
uurcial marts nf I ho North, >.. ?-.ore they devoted
iheuiikslves \i?o selection.of their produit IM
?ENSE und EL BA ANT STOCK of
Fal! aud Winier Goods,
itospcctfiilly announce that they are offeri.p thc
lime at a VERY SMALL ADVANCE UPON
ACTUAL COST PRICES, and a? low, if not
>wer thais thc sanie quality of Goods cu, be Lill
,t uny other IL.ns?: i:i the pl i c.^
LADIES,' DRESS GOODS.
Thoir Stock in this Deparluictttembraces every
.'ariety and Quality, ar,.! ?:li :!.o Soweitori<s
nd tho Ric hcs I wild Mos Sup rb I?<?hi?n. To. y
>eg un examination ol' ibcir I oautiful an ny. of
POiM.iNS, ErCCHNES, DEEAIXKS,
LUSTRES, M ERIN?)Ha. _
ALPACCA, BOMIUZINK. Empresa CLOTH,
OPERA AND ALL WOul. FLANNELS,
Earlo-toii a?. 1 i? .?a ?:ic iftNGUAMS,
330 Pieces REST CALICOES-French, Eng
lish and AmerTcao".-rory ibeap,
LACKS! RinUONS, TEMMINGS, -
Swiss, Mull. French .m l Nainsook MUS?
EDGINGS, ?ud TNSERTl-K.GS;
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, NU V.TAS. in vi.vklv.
COLLARS, GLOVES; HOSIERY,
LADIES aud MISSES TIA I'S und BOVN El '8,
newest styles nod vcrv bahdKome.
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS, a hfgV
Ladies UNDKRVESTS, CORSETS, Ac.
WHITE GOODS AND DOMESTICS.
Bleached aud Brown SHU* TINGS,
8-4. liMand 12-1 SREETJNGS,
Pillow Case LINENS and COTTONS,
A splendid Stock of LIN KN S.
JEANS-Brow ii and Blenched,
APRON CHECKS. GKO i; GIA STRIPES,
Beautiful QUILTS ano .TREADS,
Splendid B-d BLANKETS.
OSNAUUKGS, B.-.i TICKING, Ac, AR
Alargo Stock READY-MADE CLOTHING,
all grades, chcnpi-r than i ver,
GENTS* FURN?SUjVG GOODS,
SATTINETS, TWEEDS. '
Gents' and Royall ATS, Set, Ac, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wo have in Store nn usually large and retied
tssor-micnt of LOOTS r.r.d SHOKS for Eadie-,
Hisses,.Gent* and Children.'which wo purnhi??fl
lirectfrbm ibo best raanufae-urcrs, ard wc aro
lutistied will please uir cu.-to:ocrs.
GENERAL AS SO RT?IENT.
in Store a good select ?eil CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CUTLERY, Ac, Ac/
pB-kn examination of pur Goods is earnestly
C. A. CHEATHAM * BRO.
Oct 6 tf , ' 41 ?
New Pall Goods !
HE Subscriber ?snow raceiving a LARGE
FALL AND WINTER STOCK of ' -
Fancy Dress Goods,
r Ready Made Clothing,
Hoots and Shoes,
And Fenke.? \otions in Variety.
To'nll of which he begs nn examination from tho
good people of Edgeficld.
Prices as low as can be afforded.
S. H. MANGET,
Under JUasonic IJnll.
Scpt28 tf 40
EDWARD J, EVANS & CO,
RUITS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
GRAPE' VINES, SMALL FRUITS, ORNA
MENTAL SHRUBS, li EDGE PLANTS, Ac,
for the coming season.
A good assortment of SOUTHERN APPLES
NEW SEED WHEAT, SEED POTATOES,
^a?-Descriptivo Catalogues moiled to appli
July 14 5m 29
The Old Soldier's Diploma, or Life
on the Frontier in the Vi S. Army.
CM. GRAY of Company " A," gives notice
. that thc abovo work, giving a highly inter
esting account of bis services while in thc United
States Arrry, from as carly as 1812, and inter
sporsod with numerous amusing and thrilling in
cidents, is now going to Press, and will bc ready
for the public in a vory i-bort while
Oct, 20 tf 43
John Esten Cook's New Novel.
FJ. HUNTINGTON A CO., 459 Broomo
. street, New York, have in press, to bo roady
io Odober, "MOBUN, OR TUE LAST DAYS
OF LEE AND HIS PALADINS." By J. Eden
Cook, author of " Surry of Eagles' Nest."
Of "Surry," of which "Mobun" is a sequel,
10,000 copies were almost immediately'sold. Tho
now work is still moro intensely interesting.
Printed on fine-toned paper and richly bound in
cloth, with upward of 500 pages, it has for its
frontispiece a fine steel medallion bead of Gene
ral Lee, and four beautiful illustrations in Homer's
best stylo. Either book is sent by mail post free,
on receipt of the price, $2.25. Fer sale by.all
booksellers and hows dealers, in town and country.
Oct. 6, 3t 41
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
DF. McEWEN is now-prepared to dc ALL
t KINDS OF WORK pertaining to hi? bu
siness T?-ith neatness and dispatch, and on as
reasonable terms as can bc done Ly any first class
workmon. All work will bo warranted to givo
Tho sorvices of a competent GUNSMITH havo
been engaged, and any work in that lino left at
my Shop will bc promptly attendod to. All parts
of Colt's Pistols will bo kept constantly on hand,
ready finished for usc, thereby making it unne
cessary for arms being left for any length of timo
for ordinary repair.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct 6 tf 41
THE Thorough Brod STALLION CONGA
REE will stand at Edgefield C. H., during
the Fall Season nt $20 for the Season. For fur
ther particulars, enquire of Mr. JACKSON COVAR,
at the Clork'.? Office.
Sept 15 3m 38
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEA.
JUST received a supply of Gunpowder, Impe
rial,. Young Hyson and Black'TEA, vliich I
havo tested, and confidently recommend as being
very choice and delicate in flavor, and very full
strength. G. L. PENN, J
STOLEN from tho Subscriber, on the 11th
October, a small Black HOUND DOG, of
coarse voice, and will come to tho call of "Dick
'l on Dnllnrs rowa.nl ?ill bc paid for the recove
ry of thc Dog, and $5 for proof to convict tbo
thief. J. L. MATHIS.
Nov. 3 3t 45
JUST B? (?CI53VKD;1
1 BALE OSNABURGS.
. 1 Balo Augusta SHIRTING,
1 Balo Grantville. SHIRTING, -
50 Piece; BLEACHING,-all grades.
CA. CHEATHAM A BRO.
Nov 3 If 45