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KETTLEWELL'S A.A. 3
PURE No. 1 PERUVIAN
DELIVERED IN ANY QUANTITY
GUSTA, OR SHIPPED DI
WE would suggest to PLANTERS w
Crop, to give in their orders ?is early ai
advantage of low rates of Freight, an<
We refer to the prominent Planters (
value and actual superiority of these "U
send Circulars giving undoubted tesiiin
Augusta, Nov 23
155 and 157 I
WE MOST RESPECTFULLY SOLIC.
ALWAYS HAVE OU
Nov 2a ?_
TPilE subscriber haVjust received from Charles
STOCK OF WINTER GOODS,
which Lc noir offers to his customers and thc
public at the LOWEST CASH PRICES, and
asks those who desire to purchasa to give him a
caji before purchasing elsewhere:
CALICOES from 10 to 16 cts. per yard.
Plain, inured and Caeno DELAN ES and
POPLINS, from 23 to 73 ctj. per yard-all Colors
Checked and Earleston GINGHAMS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and Long CLOTHS,
Red ?nd white FLANNELS,
.OPERA FLANNELS, ?ll color?.
PUid and Domestic GINGHAMS.
Ladies' CLOAKS and SHAWLS, in variety.
Breakfast SHAWLS and NURIAS,
Ladies' and Misses HATS-Straw, Braid and
.RIBBONS, PLUMES, FLOWERS,
Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS, very
HOSIERY, all kinds.
YANKEE NOTIONS-in variety,
Huckaback DIAPER and TOWELS,
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached and Brown JEANS,
STRIPES; OSNABURGS, ?c.
For ia cn aud Boys' Wear.
SAl/NET'FS, Kentucky JEANS,
KERSEYS and FACTORY JEANS,
HATS and CAPS, ?ll styles and mes.
Genta UNDERVESTS; NECK TIES, COL
Boots and Shoes.
In Store an elegant assortment Ladie3 and
Misses SHOES, very cheap,
Gents, Boy s and Children's BOOTS and
SHOES, large stock.
A general assortment of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AX
ES, NAILS, Ac, 4c.
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE,
CHEESE, MACARONI, CRACKERS,
CANDLES, STARCH, SODA, SOAP,
With ejery variety of Goods generally to bo
onnd in a well furnished Village Store, all of
which will be sold as CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
B.C. BRYAN, Ascot.
NOT. IO 2m <6
time for taking tho BENEFIT of the
BANKRUPT LAW will expiro 1st Jan. 1869.
Parties wishing to take tho benefit of the Law
can do so now, and begin the coming year anew,
aa the Bankrupt is entitled to all he makes after
his Petition is filed.
The uudersigned are propared to carry all ap
plications through with no othor delay than is
necessarily occasioned hy the machinery of the
JONES A NORRIS.
Attorneys at Law.
Nov 17 2t 47
THE Undersigned is now prepared to resume
the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, and will
attend to all calls made upon him at ordinary
rates. M. W. ABNEY.
Nov IS lt 47
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
DRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
?AN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestive Organ*
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, P.VNK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, au unfailing
remedy ? for all Piit-iwci" of the Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an uufniling
reuedy for all Di>ea es of the Digestive Organt
and tho Liver. For sale by all Druggiats.
THE Undesigned has placed the Note* be'
longing to the Estate* of JACOB POPI
und ELIZABETH POPE, i'.ec'd., in the bandi
of Mesen. JONKS lt Nonius, Attorneys, for col
lection. Parties indebted will ??ive costs bj
paying up the same.
BUD C. MATHEWS, Ex'or.
Nov 17 lt 47
THE Creditor* nf JAMES McCRKLKSS, dee'd
aro requested to imret in thc Ordinary's Office
at Eigefield C. II., on 'he 1st Monday in Decent
ber, a* I will close up thc Mid Est?t*: on that Jaj
JAMES DORN, Adui'r.
Nov. 3 3t 45
Ihave jui-t oponed THREE BOXES TOBACC*
from thu Old Dominion, which I can rtcom
mend as being a No 1 article.
G. L. PENN.
Nov. tf 4?
Bread! Bread! Bread!
Ihave just received DREW'S YEAST or BAR
ING POWDERS-tho Best ever made. Fe
sale very low by
THO?. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
April 1 tf 14
Buckwheat F10ur, Rice and l'ctaioc
Rbi. New BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
1 Bbl. RICE.
1 Bbl. eating POTATOES.
G. L. PENN.
Oct. 28 tf 44
r GUANO. *
' FROM OUR WAREHOUSE IN AU
RECT FROM BALTIMORE.
ishing to lay in their supply for the nexl
? possible, that we may be able to take
1 seeure prompt delivery at LOWESI
)f Georgia and South Carolina as to the
[ANURES, and will, upon application
ony from a large number of Planters oJ
IEN, LANE & CO.,
,ANE & CO.,
[T CONSIGNMENTS, WHICH SHALL
R BEST ATTENTION.
* 6m 48
CAMBRIDGE LLM)S FOR SALE.
OFFER at private sale my PLANTATION,
containing TWELVE HUNDRED ACRESl
and lying five miles South of Ninety-Six Depot,
on the waters of Ninety-Six Creek. I will ?ell fr
in a body, or will divide it so that Tract No. 1
will contain about SOO Acres; No. 2, 275 Acres;
No 3, 1 lo Acres. Each Tract abundantly sup
plied with wood and water.
TERM'-The purchase money to bo puid in
Gold, one-half Cash. The balance two years
after date, with interest from date.
R, G. M. D UNO VANT.
Nov 10 3t 46
VALUABLE FARM FOB SALE
THE Subscriber wishes to sell Lis DESIRA-.
BLE and WELL IMPROVED FARM,
lying within less'than a mile of the Columbia &
Augusta Railroad, about eight miles below Edge
field C. H., adjoining lands of Benj. Betti J, Lewis
Mites and others, and al present occupied by
Geo. W. Dorn.
This FARM contains Two Hundred and Thirty
Three Acres,-Ono Hundred or which are in cul
tivation, under good fence, and mostly fresh land.
The balance is heavily timbered Pine end Oak
Land. All well adapted to Cotton, Corn and
On the premises isa comfortable Dwelling and
all necessary outbuildings, in good repair.
There are also on the pince 1200 Choico Fruit
Trees-jus^ commenced bearing.
If application is SILC'C soon an unusually good
bargain car be had.
Nov 10 4t 48
TnAT FINE PLANTATION, known os the
"CANE BRAKE," lately owned by A. L.
Dearing, Esq, on Sahrla River, containing
Twelve Hundred Acres, of which there
are from 200 to 300 Aeres or River Bottoms ca
pablo of producing a Bale of Cotton to the Acre.
The Family Residence is almost new, and tho
largest and most commodious in Edgefield Dis
trict. Location healthy, not far from the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad, and one of tbe best
stands for a Country Store. Gin Houso, Barns,
Stables, 4c , in good order. Pasturage very fine
and rxtonsiro. ^
Applicants must bo prepared' to secure their
bids. Apply to JOHN E. BACON,
ATT'V. ron JAS. R. PWNSI.E.
Edgefield, S. C., Oct 20 2m43
rpfJE HOUSE AND LOT, in the Village of
JL Edgefield, at present occupied by the sub
scriber, belonging to Mr. J. B. Snllivun. This is
a very desirable residence, and will bo Rented at
a reasonable price.
THE MIMS PLACE,-tbe property of Messrs.
Dorn it Johnson,-situate about one milo from
the Court House, on the Columbia read. There
is a .mall farm connected with this place. The
Dwelling '* large and commodious, and tho out
building?, fences, ?c., in good repair.
Apply to T. W. CARWILE.
Nov. 17 3t 47
TO RENT) LEASE OR SELL.
THE Subscriber wishes to Rent, Lea ie or Sell
his ENTIRE TRACT OF LANT, lying 16
miles West of Edgefield C. H., on Bird Creek ;
and will divide it in' Lots of from Fifty to Five
Hundred Acres, to suit parties.
Ttbis body of Land is well adapted to Cum,
Cotton and Small Grain. Come and look, and
judge for yourselves.
?S>" Terms made easy.
pgr-1 will also soil a superior lot of WORK
STOCK, at low prices.
B. M. TALBERT.
Nov. 3_ tf_45^
EXECUTOR'S SALE. "
IWILL ofTer for sale, at PUBLIC AUCTION,
on MONDAY, the 7th dav of December next,
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND containing One
Hundred and Eighty-Eight Acres, moro or less,
the property of PORTER J. CASWELL, dee'd.,
i-ituate immediately on 'he Road leading from
Edgefield C. H. to Ninety-Six, on which there is
a good Two Story Dwelling House, and necessary
out buildings, adjoining lands of tho Estate of
Jas. F. Lowry, Dr. Jno. Landrnm and othors.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third Cash. The
balance on a. credit of twelve months, with in
terest from day of sale, to bo secured by Bond
and Mortgage of tbe premises. Purchaser to
pay for necessary papers.
Z. W. CARWILE, Ex'or.
Nov. UL._4t_ _46_
1WILL SELL ot Edjjciicld C. H., on Monday,
the 7th December, in pursuance nf an Order
Iroiu the Ordinary, ONE TRACT OF LAND be
longing to the Estate of AMON LINDSEY, de
ceased, containing Three Hundred and Ninety
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lunds of B.
Raoibo, D. Quuttlebum and others.
Also, at the same time .and place, TWO MULES,
ONE ROAD WAGON, ?c., ic, 'belonging tc
Estate of said deceased.
Terms Cash. Purchaser of Land to pay foi
M. FRAZIER, Ex'or.
IWILL RENT for the next year, the GROVI
PLANTATION, lying 2? miles from Edgefielc
C. HM on the Ninety Six Road. Thero aro Thrji
Hundred Acres open land on the place, wei
adapted to Cotton and Grain. Terms reasonHblo
LUCY J. BATES.
Nov. 9. 3t 40
FOR thc year 1SG9, the w.ell-knowu PLANTA
TION formerly belonging to THOMAS J
McKIE, dee'd., and occupied for several year
past by W. L. McDaniel. Apply to
THOs. J. MCKIE,
Wrollawn, S. C.
Nov 10 :it ' 46
NAILS AND AXES.
KEGS BEST NAILS,
2J)ox. COLLINS' AXKS.
C. A. CHEATIIAM <fc BRO.
Nov 3 tf 4j
Improved Hair Dye.
nE BEST MADE-for sole by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Nov 13 tf 47
I . J m\3 I vJV M.
THE CHEAPEST STOCK
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA,
* - r 1 r i /1 Li cf I1"/ 1 ^/T
FORMERLY .GRAY, MULLARKY & C ?.,
'.. - ' vpn fl?1
.??;>.::'; c) X?:?.
' . ' ?.? ?l
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
B!*j*i a> ami ta ndcK sae* t&s?** tA.tXS> ?UV ?#4k* <S> <?p *> ?PV ?*!". ?f? P'T)
James jflL. C?-iray efe Co,
'. / r ! ?S?Ti >"i.' ? ! . . ; -. - rii ?/Vf^J1} i?/( t
Announce to the Public of Georgia and South Carolina,
THAT THEIR PREPARATIONS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
If J11 ? III m? 1.
: 4?.<u.'.-?*iS -. ' . .Vi'tev- cv-, ?>:"' "
James -flu Griray
Have Every Variety and Quality of
LADIES? DRESS GOODS;
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS AND OSNABIJRGS;
TABLE AND BED LINEN ;
. <!... irv v.' KW \
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS AND COVERINGS ;
' i -?. .... ?...
' * ., Of .
LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND CASHMERES
The Wholesale Department
JAS A. GRAY & CO'S.
C is . 4
One of the Largest in the South!
James .A.. Gray cfc Co,
OFFER THEIR PRESENT LARGE STOCK AT THE
SMALLEST ADVANCE UPON COST PRICES
Augusta, Oct 13
-UT.--- - . . -'.:.-rr. ??-r--'-'-':'-rT-"-~--.-<~
IN ALL CONORS.
Plain, Brocaded and Rep. Sloman
SILK, and WOOL POPLIN.
The Choicest DRESS GOODS of the
a Steel Mixed French Glace POPLINS.
Low Priced EMPRESS CLOTHS.
Superior MOURNING GOODS, Dura
bility nnd Color Unsurpassed,--the Di
Sicilian CLOTHS. ? .
v . ? .= ?. '.- <?. . .- ? J
.Belgian POPLIN. :
leal Irish POPLIN,
lust opened This Morning at
JAS. A. GRAY ? CO.'S,
228 BROAD STREET.
(eautiful Goods for SACQUES.
incy C-4 CLOAKING.
?ngenic Diamond CLOAKING.
ist opened This Morning at
JAS. A. BRAY & GOVS,
228 BROAD ST.
, tf_ -17
IS M. ANDERSON,
I, R, WRIGHT & CO,,
I0LESALE ?ND RETAIL DEALERS IN
British, French and American
IUQ$XS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
233 Broad St., opposite Masonic Hail,
C/OMPRISIN? TWENTY OF THE BEST
LE AD IN(T VARIETIES"1.. OT ' 4.PPLES.
Root grafted, one year old, from four to six feet
jj A'few thousand PEACH TREES. " All
-Budded. The best early mark ot Tarioties.
' ' pg? Price LisVicnt gratis to all applicants.
? ^S?-for rofoVonno apply to Mr.'F. M. NT cuo
tas, at SETZK'S Store, Broad St., Augusta.
WM. K. NELSON,
Nov 17 3m - . 47
THE Subscribers have on hand a fine assort
ment of SCHOOL, CLASSICAL, MISCELLA
NEOUS and SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS,
.All kinds of BLANK BOOKS, Vlad' a large
Stock o? all sizos and qualities of WRITING
! Also, a great variety-of FANCY GOODS, MU
SICAL II'STRUMENTS, Ac,
! All of which they offer at Wholesale and Re
tail at the lowest Cash prices.
TflOS. RICI!ARDS & SON,
263 Broad St., Aagnsta^.Ga.
Nov 10 lm 46
MRS. D. O'CONNOR'S,
r 253 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
(Two Doors abovo tho Inruranco Bank,)
ANOTHER large assortment of HATS and
BONNETS, in Velvet, Pluih, Felt, Silk and
Stfaw, logethor with her usual variety of FANCY
GOODS, which she will sell nt thc lowest prices,
Wholesale and Retail. .
^SfOrders promptly attended to.
Oct 27 lui44
JAS. G. BAILIE & BR
BOOTS AND. SHOES,
BAGGING* ROFE AlVD ^WIIVE,
Wines and Liquors,
A.c., ?kc, Arc,
NO. 205 BROAD STREET,
BY A. J. PELLETIER,
1?8? BROAD STREET,
ASJIN-'STORE A NICE LINE OF GOODS,
racing ALL ARTICLES in the Trade,
he respectfully calls tho attontion of bis
and customers throughout the District,
i a call;
A. J. PELLETIER,
15SA Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. t
1 20 4m 43
;at? ~>f South Carolina,
fh Fraiklin^Jeiso Franklin ]
and others, Applicants,
orgo Sharpton and wife Nancy
and others, Defendants.
|iY an Order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
t to ro-scll at Edge?eld Court House, on the
? Monday in December next, for Partition, (nt
9B risk of the former.purchaser,) tho REAL ES
TATE or BARTLEY FRANKLIN, deceased,
'.^ijtuatcn in thc District and State aforesaid, con
Whlng Tiro Hundred and Two (202) Aoros. more
Sfcess, and bounded by lnnds of L. Gomillion,
fflpyi Mover, Richard Gregory, Rr., and others.
^?SP* Terms Cash. Titles extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E D.
Hov. 6 4t 46
State of South Carolina,
m EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
Samuel Gunter and wife Elleanor, ]
j. ?. Applicants.
. TS.- f/For Par'n.
Carolino Kirkland, John B. Kirk- I
j land and others, Defend'ts. j
IN pursuance of an Ordor from tho Ordinary, I
shall proceed to rc-soll nt Edgef?eld Court
House, on the first Monday In December next, for
Portition. (at the mk of tho formor purchaser,)
tho REAL ESTATE'of WARREN KIRKLAND,
deceased, a TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND
lyiug and being in tho District and Stato afore
said, containing Sixty-Four (61) acres, more orless,
and bounded by lands of Reuben Lybrand, Bar
ney Kreps, Henry Cato an?1, others.
Terms Cash.-Title's extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D. .
Nov. 6 4t 46
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
Cheaper Than Ever.
WE will sell our entire Stock of PRINTS,
consisting of Merimacs, Spraguos, Pacific,
and Allens, nt 15 cts. per yard.
C. A. CHETIIAM A BRO.
Nov. 10 tf 4?
WM. H. GOODRICH.
GEO. E. GOODRICH.
WM. H. GOODRICH & SON,
265 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
Have on Hand a Full Stock of
STOVES, GRATES, TIN WARE,
:.> ->J:::.!I?: ',, .. ! .'< . .? ** " f *
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Of all kinds, to -which they call the attention of the public, and ask a visit from
all desiring Goods in their line.
MR. E. E. SCOFIELD, long and favorably known in this line, will be found
with us, atid will have charge of the Mechanical Department.
WM. H. GOODRICH & SON.
Augusta, Nov. 10 Gm 4G
CASH- CLOTHING HOD
KENNY & GRAY,
AND DEALERS IN
HS AI) IT ci?ADE CcL??rHI?!i Gt
INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE THE VERY LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
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 !
OUR STOCK OF . ?
READY MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AJNTD BOYS,
I ' ,si^8 S-'/dritir; . . ....
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.
In 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.
. fiSTlt will be to the interest of every one desiring any article in our branch
of business to examine our stock before buying elsewhere.
Augusta, Oct 13
KENNY & GRAY,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
COTTON PLANTERS, RALLY !
UNPARALLELED SUCCESS!-COTTON .SCREW !T
WRIGHT'S, ?LLUM'S, BANKS'.
Greairi^]f>rovemeiit in Cotton Packing Screws ! !
THE BEST HST USE.
t?lVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO ALL WHO USE THEM. COME ONE !
Come all ! Every Screw warranted. ?
GIN GEAR of all sizes, SUGAR BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, GUDGEONS,
ALARM BELLS, and all kinds of MACHINERY and CASTINGS dene at short
notice. * .
The highest price paid for old Machinery, Iron, Br^an-^j^|^Qjq-g
Having purchased the patterns of BULLOCK'S COTTON PRESS, would be
pleased to supply Planters with Presses complete or any parts thereof. Have on
hand a large lot of New and Second-hand SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BLACK
SMITH TOOLS, &c, 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
IN Pursunnco of an ftrdor from the Honorablo
GEORGE S. BRYAN, Judgo United States
District Court for South Carolina, I will sell at
PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefield C. H.. on tho
first Monday in December next, tho HOUSE AND
LOT, in tho Village of Edgefiold, whero JOHN
M. WITT lately resided, it being a part of the
Assigned Estate of said J. M. WITT. The Lot con
tains about One Acro? with good Dwelling House
and other improvements requisite to mako it 9
comfortable and desirable roeidonco.
. E. J. YOUNGBLOOD, Assignee.
Nov 10 4t 46
IN Pursuance of an Order from the Hon. GEO.
S. BRYAN, Judge of the District Court of
the United States for South Carolina, I will sell
at PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefield C. H., on tho
first Monday in December noxt, the HOUSE AND
LOT in tho Village of Edgefield whereon JOHN
COLO AN now resides, containing. Nino Acres
more or less.
E. J. YOUNGBLOOD, Assignee.
Nov 10 4t 40
IN Pursuance of an Order from tho Honorable
GEORGE S. BRYAN, Judgo of the DUtriot
Court nf tho United States for South Carolina, I
will sell at PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefield C.
H on the first Monday in December next, ONE
TRACT OF LAND whereon RUSSELL PAD
GETT now rosides, continuing Two Hundred
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of James D.
Watson. George Bell and others.
Z. W. CAR WI LE, Assignee.
NovlO 4t 26
Concentrated Lye and Potash.
CARWILE'S DRUG STORE.
Nov 17 tf 47
IN pursuonco of an Order of Hon. A. G. FOS
TER, Register in Bankruptcy, will bo Sold,
free from tho encumbrance of Lions, at G ran ito -
villo, io the County of Edgefield and Stato of
South Carolina, on the 30th day of November,
1863, the following
Tract of Land,
(Exclusive of Ninety Acres, including tho dwel
ling-house, and the growing crop) belonging to
tho, estate of Francis Murray, Bankrupt, to-wit:
All that tract of land, situate, lying and being in
the County and Stato aforesaid, on Big Horse
Creek waters of Savannah River, containing Two
Thousand and Eighty Acres, more or less, and
bounded on the West by lands now, or formerly,
belonging to William Gregg; on tho Northwest
by lands now, or formerly, Lewis Elzey's ; on Gio
Ei.st by land now, or formerly, Mat. May's and
E. Pusey's; on the Southesk by land now, or for
merly G. Rozier*s and Mrs. 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 the County and State aforesaid,
near the Graniteville depot, on the Sonth Caroli.
na Railroad, containing Ono and - Acres,
more or less, and bounded as follows: on the
West by land now, or formerly William Morris' :
on tho South and East by land now, or formerly
Micbaol O'Brien's : on the North by tho SoutV
Carolina Railroad, being tho samo tracts of land
convoyed to snid.Francis Murray by Lucius L.
Hall, by deed, dated ibo 27th day of November,
Also, nt tho F .mic time nod place, a lease-bold
interest in Four Aero.? of Land adjoining Kutmia
Mills, upon which thora is a woodoo boase, con
taining seven rooms. Also, Two Small Carts.
S. D. HEARD, Assignee.
APPLICATION will lo made to tho Legisla
ture at its next Session for a Charter to in
corporate tho Vaucluso Manufacturing Company,
for tho nurpo.-e of Manufacturing abd Selling
Cotton and Woolen Goods, at or near Vaucluse
on Horse Crook.
Oct 1 3in 47
Fall and Winter
C. A. CHEATHAM & BRO.,
No. 3, Park Row, .
HAVINO just retnrned from ?he great Com
mercial marls of the Nr.n?i, wh>.re tiny devoted
themselves to tho selection of their present IM
MENSE and ELEGANT STOCK cf
Fall and Winier" ??OO??S,
Respectfully announce that they arc t (ferine the
satno ot a VERY SMALL ADVANCE UPON
ACTUAL COST PRICES, and as kw, ir not
imer than the same ?|inl:ty of (J... ih .:an he hod
:it any other IL-nse in ide pl o?.
LADIES* DRESS GOODS.
Their Stock io this Depaitinent embraces ever?
Variety and Quality, ar.d all thc N.?.? ?st Fabric s
ind tho Richest and Mos; Superb Deriirns. They
)eg an examination of their beautiful array of
POPLINS, EPIKGLINES, DELAINES,
LUSTRES, MERINO ES,
ALPACCA, BOMBAZINE. Empros CLOTH,
OPERA AND ALL WOOL FLANNELS,
K:irle*ton and Dttncltk GINGHAMS,
250 Pieces BEST CALICOES-French, Eng
1 ish and American-veiychcnn, . -,
LACES. RIBBONS. TRIMMINGS,
Swiss. Mull. French and Nainsook MUS
LIN ES-beautiful astor fmenr;
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, NUBIAS, in variety,
COLLARS, G LO V ES, Il 0 SI ERY,
LADIES and MISSES HATS and BONNETS,
nowest6tyles and very handsome,
BALMORAL and nOOP SKJRTS, a largo
Ladies UND ERV EST?, CORSETS, Ac.
V1IITE GOODS AND DOMESTICS.
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS,
8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 SHEETINGS.
Pillow Case LINENS and COTTONS,
A splendid Stock of tLINENS,
JEANS-Brown arid Bleached,
APRON CB ECKS. GEORGIA STRIPES, '
Beautiful QUILTS and SPREADS,
Splendid Bed BLANKETS.
OSNABURGS, B.-d TICKING, lc, ic.
Alargo Stock READY-MADE CLOTHING,
all grades, cheaper than ever.
GENTS* FURBISHING GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES,
Gonts' and Boys HATS, Ac, Lt^Jto^"
We bav?'ln-Storajrn usuallv birj;o and varied
issorluient nf*BOOTS and SHOKS for L*di?>*,
Misses, Gents and Children, which wo purchased
lirect from the best manufacture rs, and we are'
atisfied will please our customers.
tn Store a ~ood selection CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CUTLERY, Ac, Ao.
J^*An examination of our (roods At eetneslly
elicited. -, r
C. A. CHEATHAM & BRO.* -
Oct 6 tf 41
EDWARD J, EVANS & CD,
RUITS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
?RAPE VINES, SMALL FRUITS, ORNA
MENTAL SHRUBS, HEDGE PLANTS, Ac.,
br tho coming season.
A good assortment of SOUTHERN, APPLE8
NEW SEED WHEAT, SEED POTATOES,
^SrDescriptivc Catalogues mailed to appli
July 14 5rn 29
" NEW BOOK.
i lie Old Soldier's Diploma, or Life
on the Frontier in the U. s. Army;
DM. GRAY of Company " A," gives notice
. lhat thc above work, giving a highly inter
sting account of his services while in thc United
itates Army, from as early as 1S12, and inter
persod with numerous amusing and thrilling in
idents, is now going to Pross, and rvill be ready
or the public in a very short whilo.
Oct. 20 tf 43
John Esten Cook's Xcw Novel.
PJ. HUNTINGTON & CO., 459 Broome
. street, New York, havo in press, to be roadv
o October, "MOHUN, OR THE LAST DAYS
)F LEE AND HIS PALADINS." By J. Esten
?ook, author of " Surry of Eagles' Nest."
Of "Surry," of which "Mohun" is a sequel,
0,000 copies were almost immediately sold. The
ievr~work is still moro inteuscly intcresling.
'rintca.on fine-toned paper and richly bound in
lofJj, wlth'UpW?f?^of oDO pages, it has for its
rontispioce a f.ne steel mqd:,???on head of Gene
al Lee, and four beautiful ?ll??ff^tjoiiain Homer's
tost style. Either book is sent by mw^jsTfrcc.
n rccoipt of Gie price, $2.25. For sale by^sH"^
iookscllor8 and newsdealers, in town and country-.
Oct. 6, St 41 ,
Watchmaker and Jeweller?
D'F. McEWEN is new prepared to do ALL
. KINDS OF WORK pertaining to his bu
iness with neatness a?d dispatch, and on as
easonablo terms as can be dono by any Gr?! class
rorkmen. All work will be warranted to givo
Tho services of a competent GUNSMITH ?uve
iden engaged, and any work in that line left it
ay Shop will be promptly attended to. AH parts
f Colt's Pistols will be kept constantly on hand,
cady finished for usc, thereby making it unnc
csiary for arms being left for any length of timo
or ordinary repair.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct. 0 tf 41
rHE Thorough Bred STALLION CONGA
REE will stand at Edgefield C. H., during
he Fall Season at $20 for the Season. For fur
ner particulars, enquire, of Mj. JACKSON COVAB,
it the Clork'a Office.
Sept 15 3m 38
CHOICE GSSEN AND BLACK TEA.
JUST received a supply of Gunpowder, Impe
rial, Young Hyson end Black TEA, which I
nive tested, and confidently recommend ?is being
'cry choice and delicate in flavor, and vcr? full
trer.gth. G. L. PENN.
Nov 9 tf 40
"?1TOLEN from tho Subscriber, on the 11th
3 October, a small Black HOUND DOG, of
.jar.?? voice, and will come to the call of " Dick
Ten Dollars reward will bo paid for the recove
y of the Dog, and $5 for proof to convict the
hief. J. L. MATHIS.
Nov. 3 3t 45
L BALE OSNABURGS.
1 Balo Augusta SHIRTING,
I Bale Orangeville SHIRTING,
50 Piece? BLEACHING,-all grades.
C. A. CHEATHAM A BRO.
Nov S tf 45
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Dr. R.
BRADFORD, dee'd., are requested to make
sarly payment j and all parties having any claims
whatever against siid deceased, either on his own
iccount, or ns surety, are notified to present the
.ame to mo forthwith.
C. G. TUTT, Ex'or.
Panknin's ikpatic Bitters.
JUST received and far sale by
Til OS. W. CAR WILE,
A ? Sign Golden Mortar.
Nov 17 tf 47
Foutz's Horse and Cattle
UST received and for sale by
'MOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Nov 17 ' tf ?