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Execution of Captain Jack and His
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, October 3.-A
correspondent of thc Associated Pres*
left for Klamath this morning at 11:30
o'clock, and, by hard riding, arrived hen
late this evening with the following report
of thc execution ol' Capt. Jack and his
band: "Boston Charlie" and Black Jim
were led on the scaffold first and Schon
chin next. They trod on it with apparent
indifference, having evidently resolved to
die as bravely as they had lived. Capt.
Jack went easily up tho stairway but look
ed wretched and miserable. Their mana
cles had been struck off but their ?roi?
wer* securely pinioned .vi th cord- At
precisely 9:43 o'clock, a. m., the interpre
ters. Capt. 0. C. Apple^aK- and D. vid
Hill, explained to thc poisoners the nature
of the order to be read to thain by the
'Adjutant and,1 at 10 o'clock, Adjutant
Kingsbury read the order promulgating
the sentence of the commission and tin
President's order thereon with orden o!
the Secretan- o? War and the Department
Commander" in the 'premises. The two
reprieved prisoners, Barnncho and Slolux.
vet stood on the ground in . Iront of th?.
scaffold shackled and under guard. Du
ring the reading the pinioned'victim** were
seated on the platform of the scaffold with
their feet on'the drop, listening anxiously,
but of course understanding not a word ol'
it. The reading occupied ten minutes.
Then the Adjutant road the order and
commutation in the case of Barancho and
Slolux, and the poor fellows were taken
back to the stockade, evidently rejoiced at
not accompanying the others to the happy
hunting grounds. The chaplain then of
fered an earnest and fervid prayer for the
souls of the culprits, which was listened
to attentively. At 10:15 o'clock the fate!
nooses were placed around their necks
under direction of Capt. H?ge.
It was necessary to cut off a little of
Capt. Jackas long hair which was in the
T$ way of the rope. Capt. H?ge then bade
farewell to the prisDnerv and black caps
were placed over their heads. At 10:20
o'clock they stood on the drop, and the
rope was cut by an assistant. At a signal
made with Capt. Hoge's handkerchiel the
bodies swung round and round ; Jack and
Jim apparently dying easy, but Boston and
Rchonehin suffering tembl? convulsions.
Boston and Schoncniu repeatedly drew np
their legs, but the two others seemed to
die almost instantly. At 10.2S o'clock
their pulses were felt by Capt Hege, and. j
as this is being written, they are swinging
lifeless in the air. As the drop feil, with j
a terribly deadly th ug the four poor wretch
ed human beings fell into eternity, and a
half smothered cry of horror went up
.rom the crowd of over five hundred
Klamath Indians,'who witnessed the aw
ful spectacle. Wails of deep and bitter
anguish went up from the stockade, where
the wives and children of the.poor fellows
hada full view of the shocking scene.
The coffins, six in number, had been placed
directlv in the rear of the gallows, two of
them destined to be unoccupied, as the
ordee commuting thescittences of Barncho
and Slolux only arrived at 10:30 last eve
ning, and preparations hsd been made for
their execution with the others
An application was* made this morning
to Gen. Wheaton, by the Sherill' of Jack
son county, Oregon, for" thc custody ol'
thedudians indicted by thc grand jun,
but was refused.
sar The Chester Reporter concludes
an article on the panic, and the decline
in cotton, as follows : " All we have todo
is to keep cool, brace ourselves to suffer
probably a little temporary inconveni
ence, moke up our minds not to sacrifice
our cotton crop, and in a short time all
will be well.
. Rev. Mi. Lindley, who went out
to Africa in 1859, has returned. He thinks
he converted one heathen, but isn't sure,
as the convert would insist on keeping a
JSSP* Gideon Long, charged with the
murder of a negro named Zero Elell,
near Jonesville, ou the 9th of May last,
by cutting bis throat, was tried ot Union
Court House last week, and acquitted.
^ST William Mayfield, 'the colored
youth who was convicted of rape in the
Court of General Sessions, week before
last, (says the Chester Reporter,) was
hmn?ht. hofere- Judge Mackey on last
Thursday afternoon, and seater ced to
ten years confinement at hard libor in
the penitentiary. This is the lowest pun
ishment allowed by the statute.
Tho Langley Manufacturing Com
pany, W. C. Sibley, President on Thurs
day lost, notwithstanding the currency
panic, declared a quarterly dividend of
two and one-half per cent, and the divi
dend checke will be cashed at the office
of Messrs. Dunbar & Sibley.
??r The Barnwell fair will come off on
November 24th, 25th, and 20th, and the
races on the 27th, 28th and 29th of the
oar Dr. E. J. C. Wood end Henry
Sparuick, -Esq., have been appointed
Delegates, on the part of the Laurens
and Asheville Railroad, to the Railroad
Convention which meets in Chicago on
?Sr* We hear from the West that a
Wisconsin former, who attended prayer
meetings for rain, can sail all over his
real estate in a boat now.
tST The Columbia Phoenix states that
on Wednesday, the 1st instant, one or
two of tho phosphate companies, through
their officials, paid into the treasury $**?,
00'1, as royalty to the State. It was prin
cipally in certified checks.
fias* The Abbeville Baptist Association
met at Horob Church on Friday, the 26th
ult., und after transacting its business,
adjourned to meot at Greenwood Friday,
September 27th, 1874.
gjf Mr. Hicks, who lived a short dis
tance below Black Mingo on the George
town road, had his bouse and nearly all
of its contents destroyed by fire a short
Men's lives should be like the day
-more beautiful in the evening; or, like
the autumn-rich with the golden sheaves
whore good works and deeds have ripen
ed on tho field.
yer* The Barnwell Sentinel says that a
man by the name of Williams was depu
tized by Trial Justice Clarence Brown,
of Allendale, to arrest Aleck Chisolm for
some offence, Chisolm, it appears, made
some pretense at resistance, whereupon
Williams, drawing his revolver, fired
upon Chisolm. the ball entering tho fore
bead immediately between the eyes, pro
ducing instantaneous death. As there
were but th reo or four colored men pres
ont, friends of Williams, be was allowed
io escape, but, at last accounts, Deputy
Marshal Arthur Owens was in last pur
Patronage that Pays.
That noble institution, thc Public Li
brary of Kentucky, lias permanently es
tablished its prosperity by the three gift
coi: certs it hos already given under its
chirter. It now boasts of a building that
cost $210,000, with a Library of over 50,
000 volumes, and a magnificent cabinet
The fourth grand-gift concert for its fur
thtir endowment will toke place Decem
ber 3d, and at this concert $1,000,000 cash
is distributed to tho ticket holders, the
hipnest prize being $2.50,000, and Healing
do ?rn to prizes of $50, which ls tho t?iuei?
e*i sum given. Aa there is a prix? to
every fifth ticket Kn easy to see that
tho patronage of this concert is a patron
*g? that pavs, thore being great chances
ral great gains, and only small chanceR of j
small losses. Hon. Tho.?. E. Brainlette.
late Governor ot Kentucky, is the man
ager, and tickets and information may
be obtained by addressing him, *,t Pub
lic Library Building, Louisville. Ky,
Thousands have been changed by the
use of the Peruvian Syrup (a protoxide
Of Iron) from weak, sickly, suffering
??attir?e, to strong, healthy, and happy
mm and inwtim cannot reasonably
jB>Cbl.S, Wye? Aiken, in ?? artm|fl
'io the Charleston tfeva? Oouri?f, ad
vises plsnters to held their cotton for j
batter prices. J
Edgefield, S. C., Oct. ?. 1873.
The Charleston Municipal .Election to
Iii another '??rt of our issue of this
woek may be found an article which will
give our readers some idea of the enor
mous and audacious rascality by wldch
the Radical party carried the municipal
election in Charleston Truly the ex
fesses of these wretches in South Caroli
na exceed anything ever recorded in
history. And a General Government
.which allows any ^tate to be thus over
ridden, is infinitely w ir-e titan no gov
ernment nt all.
S) undeniably lawless and utterly
shameless were Ute means used by the
Radicals in tltis election, that th? Con
servative population of tho city ure
thoroughly indignant anti aroused. On
Monday; at noon,-tb ey assembled togoth
er in an immense mass meeting, which
meeting formally declared the said elec
tion to be null and void, and nailed upon
thu present Mayor and Aldermen to re
tain their offices, until their successors
ahull be legally elected ,
Upon this subject the Charleston New*
dr Courier speaks as foHows :
The impression has gone abroad that
n >thing is to oe gained by contesting or
propsting the late election. We grunt
tiiat any irregularities on the part of the
managers would certainly be winkeil at
by the commissioners. It is useless to
ask o'' the commissioners any decision,
right or wrong, which will hurt their
own party. But the commissioners them
selves have been guilty of the most wan
ton misconduct. They have not observ
ed the law in tiny respect. The election
is void because of their declinquency,
and they cannot, and shall not, sit in
judgment on themselves. It is next ask
ed, " How can wo get into the courts ? '
We do not desire this. Mayor Wagener
and all his Aldermen arc the lawful May
or and Aldermen of the City of Charles
ton, and must hold their offices until their
successors are duly elected. The Bogus
Mayor and Aldermen may get them out,
if they can. In that way they get into
tito courts, and in no other way.
The Pauic .Subsiding.
The N'ew York Herald, of October 3,
says: "The tone of the market, to-day,
was greatly improved, the information
received from various quarters of tho
Union indicating a return of confidence,
less difficulty in tho distribution of mon
ey, the receipt of larger means for the
movements of crops, greater ability on
the part of banks to meet the demands
of customers, the breaking up of hoards
and altogether a better feeling. This has
been reflected in the speculative and
business centres of the metropolis. Cred
it is a power which may grow but can
not bo constructed. Credit in business
is like loyalty in government, while dis
trust is the basis of panic We are re
covering from foolish fears, and in the
end it will be found that we have been
frightened only by a bubble.
We are authorized by his Excellency
the Governor (says tho Columbia Union
Ilerald, of the 7th,) to state that the extra
session of the General Assembly will be
called for the 21st instant. His procla
mation to that effect will appear in a few
I'days, but this announcement is made
now in order that the members may
have full and ample notice to arrange for
their departure to the capital. ?
Ne Further Educationfor Deaf, Dumb
and Blind Children.
The Radical Commissioners of the
Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, lately is
sued the following orders to Prof. N. F.
Walker, Superintendent of the Institu
tion, at Cedar Springs, near Spartanburg
1. Colored pupils must not only be ad
mitted into the institution on application,
bat an earnest and faithful effort must
be made to induce such pupils to apply
2. Such pupils, when admitted, must
be domiciled in the same building, must
.lat at the same table, must bo taught in
the same class-rooms and bv fhe same
I teachers, anefmust receive, the samaati
rtentlon.'oar?'??d consideration as white
The result is that every professor and
teacher has resigned and left. The in
stitution is completely broken up. The
Bsard will of couree provide another
corps of teachers; and, with a sham in
stltution of perhaps a half dozen unfor
tunate little negroes, the Radical officials
will grab and pocket the money. Indeed
this is the aim and objeot of the whole
connivance. It is certainly the brown
lng piece of Radical deviltry in South
Frightful Spread and Tenacity of the
Shreveport and Memphis are suffering
terribly under the scourge. Fora whole
month the fever in Shreveporthasknown
no abatement, no mercy. And in about
half that time it bus swept off more than
iiOO of the population of Memphis.
Montgomery is also trembling at the
presence of the pestilence, although as
yet it cannot be said to be raging there.
In fact, the whole South West, town
and country, seems to be more or less
alllicted with a fever of this character.
In all the principal Southern cities, and
in some at the North, noble efforts arc
being continually made to raise money
for tho relief of the sufferers, aud large
sums have been forwarded to Shreve
port and Memphis from time to time du
ring the past month. The Government
ii as lately sent 10.000 rations to Shreve
port and 10.000 to Memphis.
Another Crisis Fast Approaching in
Within a very few years we have seen
in France, the empire, tho war, tho com
mune, the republic, Napoleon, Cram bet
ta, Thiers, McMahon. And now unoth- j
er crisis seems fast approaching, the re
sult of which will probably be the re
storation of the Bourbons in the person
of the Count de Chant nord the grand ne- j
phew of the beheaded Louis XVI. The
contest is now between Republicans and !
Monarchists or Conservatives. The As
sembly will soon m?. 3t, when the pro
gramme of the Conservatives will be
the restoration of royalty-while thc
Republicans of every shade of opinion
will work to avert this end. At present
the Conservatives seem more popular
and more powerful.
The Deutsche Zeitung.
We are delighted to welcome to our
table again, the Deutsche Zeitung of Char
leston, which by some mischance, we
had lost sight of for the last year or two.
Th*Zeitung-now in its twentieth year
-is thc only Gorman paper in the Caro
linas It in owned and edited by F. Mel
chera dc Son, able and accomplished gen
tlemen, who, socially and politically, are
with us and of us. The Zeitnng'in pub
lished twice a week, Mondays and Thurs
days. Subscription for one year, ?5.00,
payable in advance. Every Ger mao in
the two Carolinas ought to take the
Charleston Deutsche Zeitung.
A New?Cookery Book.
A new Cookery Book, said to be the
most thoroughly practical and available
ever compiled, has been published by
Mrs J. E. Wells, * distinguished lady
and housekeeper of Alabama. Miss Car
rie Berkley, of our town, is poiieltjug
subscriptions for this book, and we hops
she will be well received. All who are
ambitious of that great desideratum,
good cooking, will be wise to heed her
- . ?????.? -
A Valuable Paper for Sale.
Col. E. C. McLure, Salter aim Pro
prietor ef the Ghsster Jinpirtev^ow o( j
th? most ably edited ?nd best conducted
Journal? in tat 8tat??-offerH tho um? for
Bile, and says: "No botter inventaient
fdr a limited amount of capital can be
found in the State. Ail early purchaser]
can Meare* bateaba." j
For the Advertiser.
MR. EDITOR,-It is with relut
notice a communication in your i
25th Sept., signed " One Wb<
Present,"-J suppose at' the Se:
'the Edgefield Baptist Association
The writer seems to bu very
incensed against the Absoeiatiot
receiving th? withdrawn -M?&??
that body from the Storm Branch
Association.,' AK tliat bitter eomn
tion will doubtless bo read by
Christians, and that they may
something of the relative condid
tween the white and colored nu
of Edgefield Association since e
patton, atid be better prr-pared tn
a true verdict against the eommuni
you will please allow me a pince i
This question of relation behec
white and colored members has rc
tho attention and prayerful porisid'
of the denomination. The Baptif
C invention, as well as the Assooi
have gi ven counsel tobo "lenient tv
tho colored membership." The
field has not been behind any Asso
in their careful attention to the c
membership, having an annual Co
tee to report on the colored momb
and their instruction. These i
have noticed their wants and i
mended such assistance as could hi
by the Churches.
The colored membership, witt
honorable exceptions, as soon as 01
pated, neglected the Churches in
they were baptized in not assen
with them. Being without const
Churches, they so managed as to
funerals preached by men of thei
color, even nf those who had been
for years; these funerals, with
places to worship, demanded all
time ; they had to worship God j
would walk by the Churches in .
they were baptized, to attend one
where their own color should pre
thom ; and they were not tenaciou
should preach, so he was of their
Reports of their impropriety cai
their white brethren, but the qa
how to remedy the evil was left
Churches in their so v reign ty to i
The Association some years agc
lieving the colored membership
left the Churches, and seeing no i
of their dismission, advised the Chu
to report such only to thc Associati
were in full fellowship. I can now ?
of three Churches which were so ei
rassed in giving letters of dismiss
colored members, some of whom
had not soon for years, that they au
ized their Minister to give certifica
baptism to nil that ho had at any
Tho Churches were denied the w
care of the colored members, and t
fore could not give letters of fellow!
but yet extended their christian sy
thy to them. What more could ?wy
Some Churches pursued a diff
course, and expelled those who i
attended their meetings, after gi
them some months' notice. Man
these people it is believed are men
of the Churches of tho Storm Br
Association. This Association is OJ
cent formation. TheEdgefield Associi
asa body knew but little about tl
Yet when her Messenger was annour
the Constitutional courtesy was extei
to him. Thereupon objection was nc
and in a few minutes, without any
parent alarm or confution to the Cl
man, a motion was unanimously cai
I to submit the question of reception
Committee of five to report neat
at 104 o'clock. The Committee not atj
ing, submitted a majority and minc
report. Both reports were read in
cession, and at the close of the rca<
a gentleman on the floor (not in the
lery) rose and announced to the Mo
ator that the Messenger withdrew
application. Then, without n wort
'd?b?t?, tbebliair 'announced the rep
as property of the Association and
mediately by niotiou, and vote, t
were laid on the table. .
In conclusion, I ask the public to ?
ticularly notice *the assertion of
would be sarcastic writer when he sa
u The Edgefield Baptist Association, c<
posed of white men, but which b
refused to receive the colored delega
and treated them with disgust and ?
[A (Iv cr tjilpi cn t.]
To the Editor of thc Edgefield Atll'Mia
DKAR SIR: My attention has i>
called to certain preambles and resc
lions strongly reflecting on my priv
and political character, and purpor'
to have been adopted at a public meet
of Republicans, held at Libert}* Ii
Sedgefield county, on September 2C
187.'}, and published in THK UNION-HI
AI.D of the 25*b ultimo.
In regard to this meeting, every r
acquainted with thu low cunning, tri cl
ry and vnal rascality of John H. A
Devitt and his colleague**, cannot fail
recognize the above advertisement as I
joint work of himself und other rei
gades, well known to the Republic
party, who are fast destroying its orgai
zat ion and ind lion ce os a party by ct
duct unworthy of honest public otticii
and respectable men ; and it is painful
to those members of tho party who :i
vocate reform to know that this corni
and dishonest ufticinl is uphold by a ft
Republicans-butin name only-in Edu
tield county, who are benefited by I
inlidolity to his official and political d
tics. This man McDovitt was arrest
not long since on a charge ol'forgo
and, after a full and fair preliminary e:
animation before a trial justice, was r
quired to give bond for his appearance
the Court of General Sessions for Edg
field county, to answer the said felony.
The specifications of the charge
substance are, that McDovitt before ar
up to January I2th, 1873, whilst ho wi
school commissioner, and after he b
came auditor, forged school cheeks r,
the county treasurer of Edgefield count
tn a large amount, which got into ti
i ids of Paris Simkins, and that Par
S kins got these forged school ched
cashed by P. A. Eichelberger, whilst 1:
.was county treasurer. T have in m
possession the damning evidence of th
criminality of McDovitt anti his co
leagues, and would have convicted hil
and them before any honest jury in th
county long ago if he and his associate
in villainy bad not destroyed, in elute
the sacred right of the trial by jury, (fu
tho pro8eut at least,) by "tamperin
with the juiy box. Tho "scene in th
court house at Edgefield last Juno, ii
regard to the Jury box, is frosh in th
memory of the people, and I only men
tion the fact now to account for the dela
in not bringing this mun and his abettor
to public trial
If in my strenuous eflorts to presen
tly integrity of the Republican party ii
Edgefield county, my movements ure ti
be impeded and counteracted by sud
men as McDevitt&Co. then lot the' binnu
of its worthlessn ess and influence a
a parly rest on those who com bi ni
and confederate with him and then:
to destroy thc law, decency, hones
ty and morality, by substituting in theil
place the vile arts of thc impostor am
tho infidelity of tho treacherous deina
lam chareed, among other things in
the preamble and resolutions of this so
called meeting, with getting up petition."
for the removal of McDevitt (rom thc
ofllce of county treasurer. I deny that I
have been instrumental in .getting up
any sin-h prnc-endiug, whilst I freely ad
mit that I approve of such action on thc
part of the Inmost mcmbersot ibo party-,
and would, and will, do nnything to
purge it of its unw&rthy and venal hang
ers-on. Tho preamble and resolutions
herein alluded to are about as correct
and true an expression of the Republi
I cans at Liberty Hill against me as the
forged ones alleged to have been adopted
at the public meeting held at Erjgefield
Court House the 17th May last, were in
favor of the honosty and integrity of
M?Pevltt an county treasurer, and pub
lished in the EdgefleM A<$Vfirliti&r oyov
Ibe nignatttre or "Observer." J5oth of
these McDevitt puff* are untruths, and
ate tho. work of thispolitical dirt .dauber
hiiii?ptff b?tfftth?rca by his lem cunning
colledgrie'si who ?re paid for their co op
eration in ueg>?Ula> and destroying the
Republican, puty & .Bdjeflelrf taaatjr I
by keeping thia unworthy man in office.
Tho meeting at. Liberty HUI was ad
dressed, as it is' said, by Dr. John A.
Barker and MeDevitt. "Lord save us
from doctors and co?ntv treasurers-if |
not, I fear-Ute Republican party in this
county ia at its last gasp, for any assena
bly ot respectable and honest men who
cnn stomach and ondorse the conduct of
MeDevitt ns-'cuunty treasurer ol' Edgc
liuld county and John1 A. Barker, the
degraded jury commissioner, aro unfit
to ho recognized as decent men and nien
bers of the real Republican party of this
Thu follow!nc dato will show whether
'MeDevitt is emitted: to the comineada
tion of the so called meeting ol' Republi
cans >it Liberty Hjll. In regard to his
officiaicoiidnct. MeDevitt, cotin'ty treasu
rer,' has received on official account up
to ihr dutqhtu'i'in-mentioned, ?he lollow
ing amounts for! Rchool.piirpo.ses.
May the 1st, 1873, No. of check 1468, on
tho Bunk and Trust Company, amount
$I,45>5.T> ; May the 2nd, 1873, No: of check
1,471, on th? Bank and Trust Company,
amount $10,254.30 ; amount received from
P. A. Eichelberger. $1,700. Total ?13,450
This amount is to be charged to Mc,-.
Devitt as county treasury, and he should
discbarge himself by proper vouchers
before be is discharged from liability
for his receiptof thepublic fund. -Public,
meetings are not legally authorized
bodies-even where they aro not bogus
-to relieve public officers from liability
on their oflicial bonds, and MeDevitt
must show a clear statement in the Edge .
lield Advertiser and other/papera, before
the people can give bira credit for even a
report-to say nothing of a good report:
One word fui th er as regards the above
mentioned meeting, held at Liberty Hill.
I have conclusive evidence from citizens
present at said meeting, that there was
no resolution offered or authorized to be
published by said chairman, and that
tho said meeting consisted, of about 120
voters. D L TURNER,
Judge of Probate for Edgefield county.
MARRIED,attheresidenceof the bride's
father, October 1st, 1873, by Rev. Paul
Derrick, Mr. L. F. BLEASE and Miss
REBECCA J., eldest daughter of Dr. J;
\V. PITTS, all of Edgefield County, S. C.
MARRIED, October 2nd, 1873, at the.
residence of Mr. T. W. BLEASE, by Rev.
Paul Derrick, Mr. W. R. BARKER and
Miss M. E. BLEASE, all of Edgefield
County, 8. C.
DIED, on the.25th of June last, at the
residence of her sou, Mr. David C. Bul
lack, in the soventv-ninth year of her
age, MRS. FANNIE BULLOCK.
Most truly may it he said, that in the
death of this good woman, "A mother
in Israel has fallen."
For tho greater partit'her lone and
useful lifo, she was a coTisilstent member
of the Baptist Church at Fellowship,
adorning her profession with an Upright
walk and a Godly conversation. Within
this brief tribute to her memory, ado
tail*t>t" her many virtues is unnecessary.
Thoso who know her best, may recount
them, and in doing so, must lovo her
Few women of her agc spent more of
her long life at the bedside of tho suffer
ing and affiicted.-ministering to their
wants,.nursing and comforting the sick
and dying, as did Mrs Fannie Bullock.
Long will she bc remembered as the
"good Smaritan" by whose kind and
skillful hands much of earth's sorrow
and pain was alleviated or relieved.
Under all circumstances-and some of
the sorest trials of life-she was ever
cheerful; never depressed; always sup
ported by the grace of God, in whom she
humbly trusted, and upon whose word
she ever leaned and found comfort. She
lived the life, and died the death of the
Like a shock of wheat, fully ripe, she
was gathered into the garner above, meet
ing death calmly. With vo chill of fear
she sweetly fell asleep in Jesus.
" Asleep iii Jesus ! blessed sleep,
From which none ever wakes to weep;
A calm and undisturbed repose,
Unbroken bv the last of foes."
J. H. M.
Look Out !
WE urgently request our patrons to
como forward promptly and set
tie their accounts, or store cotton with us.
Ir. is important that it be brought in by
tho 20th instant
We guarantee either market prices, or
to hold a reasonable length of time in
tiie hope of better prices.
SAMS ?L CAR WILE,
j riofcSonae1-S.?.,Q<* 9
Cotton! lotion !
500 Bales Wauled,
WILL BUY OR ADVANCE LIB
ERALLY ON COTTON, at Edgefield
C. H. W. A. SANDERS.
Oct 8, tf 42
.ALL persona Indebted to me by Note
or Account, payablo 1st November, are
urgently recpiestly to be ready for pay
ment on that day.
Also, all persons who have bought
Goods ou short time are invited to settle
if. H. CHEATHAM.
Oct 8 "? * if -12
BY Virtue of an order of thu Hon. D.
L. Turner, Judge ol' Probate, we
will oller for sale at Edgefield C. H . on
the first Monday in November next, the
undivided interest of Bailey Curley; de
ceased, (being one moiety of tho same,)
in tho following Tracts ol' Land, situate
in Edgetield County ;
Tract No. 1, containing MS Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands belong
ing to the Estate of the Tate Major John
H Hughes, dee'd., und L. Curley.
Tract No. 2, lying on Log and Dunn
(hecks, bounded by lands of Messrs.
Samuel Hughes, Robert Huches, L. Mar
ling anti others, containing 3?I7 Acres,
more or less
On thc following day wo will expose
for sale on the premises of the deceased,
A LT j OF THE PERSONALTY belong
ing tf) said Estate
Terms of Sale of Real Estate, one-third
Cash ; balance in twclvo months, with
interest from day ot' sale, secured by
bond and mortgage of tho premises; and
Cash as to thc personalty. Purchasers
to pay for titles, Ac
BAILEY COR LEY,
Ex'ors Estate Bailey Corlov, dee'd.
Ocr. S 4t 42
SALE OF RICHARDSOHILLE
UNITED STATES OE AMERICA,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.-IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
UNDER and by virtue of thc orders
made in a certain cause pending in
xaid Court, entitled the United States vs
Jno. Frazer ife Co , the undersigned will
sell at Edgetield C. H , on Monda}*, the
3rd dav of November, 1S7<, at 12 o'clock,
M , alf that PLANTATION OR TRACT
DELAND, situate lying and being in
Edgefield County, on both sides of Red
Dank Creek, waters of tho Saluda River,
known as RICHARDSON VILLE, con
taining 1501 Acres, moro or less, and
bounded by lands of Jumes M. Richard
son, Mrs Mary B. Johnson, James R.
Hill, Ira Crom ley, .'ind others, reserving
the family graveyard and ono aero around
TERMS-Ono third Cash, payable on
die first day of January. 1874, with in
terest from the day ol sale, ut thc rato of
seven per cent per annum. Balanco on
a credit, ot one and two years, tobe se
cured by bond of the purchaser, carry
ing interest from the day of sale at the
rate of seven por cent., and payablo in
one and two \ ears, and a mortgage of the
The purchaser will be let into posses
sion immediately alter the mle, but titles
will not be mane until the payment ol
the cash portion of tho purchase money,
and the execution of the bond and liinrl
gage for the balance. Purchaser to pay
Referee for papers
SAMUEL LORD, Referee.
?0~Tuo Augusta Daily CY>nntitufion
alist will copy twleea week, and tho New
berry Herald weekly until, day of sale
and forward bill to Samuel Lord, Referee,
Ci arl eaton, S. C.
Oct. 7, ii 42
ALL persons having claims against
tho Estate of JesRc Gomiljion, de
ccasecl, aro notified ?o present'tho same,
duly attested-rby the 1st Dec next, ana
those indebted to said Estate will lind it
to their interest to pay tho same by tho
above mentioned date.
W. LEE COLEMAN, E*>or.
OctS 1 -. ; .-'.',?. i
Notice to Cotton Planters.
E wish to rall attention to the fact
that we aro pjivirig thc highest market
price for COTTON.
Our patrons caa send us their cotton,
and-we will either sell it at once, or hold
till the"ist:o'l? November next-, as re
Onrstock of GROCER ?ES is complete.
Give us a call. -
HOLLAND A MOBLEY.
Johnston's tinpot, S C., Oct. 8, tf 42
jEDCEPIELD CH., S. C.,
. \ -.. Oct~6, lara.
ALL persons having unpaid School
? Claims- for teaching, onuineraling
scholastic jjripfllatinn, r,V rent of school
houses, for the year ending Oct S?, 1871,
are requested to have them registered at
this Office, ?on. or before the 25th of this
month, so that they may be represented
in the deficiency appropriation for that
year, made by Act of Assembly, ap
proved March 13, 1872.
The Trustoes 'of School Districts in
Edgefield County, are notified that
Teachers will be paid hereafter accord
ing to the following arrangement: 1st
grade, $35, per month; 2d grade, ?30,
and 3d grade, ?20 per month. Five cents
per day to bo added for each scholar over
the average attendance of twenty-five.
Five dollars per month to be deducted
l'rom the pay cf each Teacher when the
averago attendance in his school falls be
low eighteen scholars; and ten dollars
per month will be deducted when the
averago attendance falls below ten schol
ars. The Trus tees will draw their pay
The patrons of each school may pay
their teachers in addition to the public
fund any'sums that may be agreed upon
between themselves and the teachers.
No teacher will be entitled to compen
sation from the public school funds until
the certificate to teach has been granted
The Trustees of the SciiooLDistricts in
Edgefield Conn tv are requested to meet
at Edgefield C H,, on Saturday, the 18th
of the present month, to consult upon
matters pertaining to the Public Schools
in this County.
- . GEO. A. MORGAN,
S. C. E. C.
Oct 8 . 3t '42
MPI M M MOOR R'S RURAL
. H IM Y K B W-YOKKKK. Ih?
. ill I.Ii ll (?nkl Ii1n?intt?l AoBtcuLTTj
KAL ami FAMILY WKKKT.Y. li Au Mnndnrd Au.
tb or-ty upon Practical Subjeeis mid n tliglt-Toned
I.ili r.ir> .l..iifimL Oulytt&l a year-less til dui)?.
Great I'n iniujii.? ur null Cormiiii^'iri*. lo Air. nit
Thiii-n .V?,?w?(Oci. lo Jan.) On Trini, fur Only
FU".y < culi. ? Primlam Lists. Aa, arni free to all
Trial Mib.orib, rs. Address D. O.T. ItlOOKK,
Kew Yo.-k City.
DAMKI. MABCII.I). I)., author of "Night Sc nrn in
thu Bible" and 'Our Father** House," of wliicli
nearly Ino.nnu cpi es of etteh were ..old. Solid for
Cintilar. ZIEGLER A M'CURDY, 518 Arch'St.,
1 Ar) Farmera'and Farnier?'Sons during thc Fall
?L\J\J nuil Wim. r iii.ur.li.? ii ?in business in their
own and adjoining lownships. Ilumin as reanectattl?.
ousy and pay.? areli, Fur purticunrs, address S. S.
SCRANTON A CO., Harford. Conn.
A.iKMTS WANTBD, Sind for Calaloouc
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE Co., New York.
Cray's Celebrated Anti-Friction Cotton Press
The cheapen, simplest and mox perfect Colton
Screw ever Invented, Bwid for circular. WASH
INGTON IRON WORKS, 60 Vesey Street, New
Vt irk. sol? manufacturera.
THE BEST PAPER.
The Scientific Ainerlcnn I* the cheaper! and
best illustrated weekly paper published Every num
ber contain? from tn :o 5 original engraving*, of new
inacliiit'-ry. Novel hiv niions, Bridges, Engineering
Work?. Architecture, Improved Farm Implements,
mid every new discovery in Chemistry. A yenrV
numb.-rs condilli S82 pages and m veral hundred rn
f[ravines. TftuiiMtndsat volumes an: preserved for
lin.'Jin; nn'l -C'.-f-reii v. T. . pTOcttf/il receipt* are
well w.rili Un'.'ll II ..> Jin Mibneription prlo.-. Ti-inis.
*il a yi-.ir, b/ mail. Specimens som frew. Mnv b
had ol' ali Niwvl.-iilim. PATKNTs obtain, il on
the be l n-rtm. M-wMsnf invi nti-nisami sk-lch??
examined, aid advice free. All patents ?re publlshi-d
intln- SriK.vririi AUEIMCA.N the week liny Usu*.
Send for pamphlet, ll'" pases, contain ug lawn nnd
fuli ilir.-,e'in> \*r ojtlaiiiin^ Patent?. A,ldr<-?? r.ir
lii^tbe Paper, ur eoiic-'iiing Piitenl*. MUNN Ad).,
37 l'art Kow. N. V. Brauch Office, corm r Fund
"lb Sis.. Washington. P. C.
Stationary and Perlubie bellin Engloesanil Didiers,
Gray's A'iti?Kripb.iii Comm ('tita. OlMtrar. Mang
nnd M ii lui Saw Mill?: Portable, and Stationary
Flouring Mills. Sugur t anc Mills and Sugar Pana.
Narrow Guuge Locomotives und llumniy Hug ill s
tor street roads and mining purposes new und
second baud iron und Wood Working Machinery
ol every description. Send for circular.
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS,
d-i V- se) ?'rnul, Kew York.
TP TT? TP CT Fl TP HINGE CONE Bl'l!N KR
JJ X XV Jil D LU JCJ FUR SUN CH IAIN K VS.
made by PUUMK &. ATWOOO, pr.ducts UH
largest light. Can In- na?d nfl any emil oil lump. Fur
tale Dy uti lamp dealers.
U/nMCU MEN, Girls nnd Boya wanted I? adi
?? Ulli Uli iinrKrench and American Jewelry.
B?>oks, Games, Ac.. In their own Incal?*lea No capi
tal nee?tejl, Cntalng'u,-. Terms. Ac. ?i nt Fute 1?.
0. VICXEBVtSf UU., 4ngi|ai?. Maine.
it pSTCHOMANCV, OB SOUL CHA II MING."'
A How i-ither sex may fascinate and train iii.
love and affections of any perron the) choose, In?
sinntly. This simple mental acquirement nil can
p ss"-?*, free, by mud, for 25 cents: togeiber wi;b a
Marriage Guide, Egypiian Ornele. Dr. urns, llinls.ln
Ladies. A queer book 1IHI,()IHI sold. Aililh*ia*T.
WILLIAM <k CO., Publishers, Philadelphia.
BKST AND OLDEST FAMILY MEDICINE
LIVER I.WIfiOR ?TOSS.
A purely Vesetablc Oatkttikleand Tunic. f rDys
pcpua, Cnnslipation, Debility. Sick IL-adiehe Bil
ious Adieks, and nil d?rangement? "I Liver. Slom?eli
and Bowels. Ask your Druggi-t for it. Bnritmtf
Cf? ii\ ?2i?)A Pl'r 'lay-' Agents wanted ! All
>i)U IU V*W cluses of working peuple, o?
either v-x. your g or old, mnko mon- money ? work
for ti? in their spare inomenls, or all Ute lime, limn
at anvihine else. Particulars free. Address 0.
STINSON & CO., Portland, Maine.
GRANDEST SCHEME^ EV ER KNOWN
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE
12,000 CASH GIFTS $1,500,000,
$250,000 for $50.
Thc Fourth Grand Gift Concert authorized by
special ucl of the Legislature for Hi? benefit ?if Hie
Public Library of Kentucky, will lake pince in Pub
lic Library Hall, ni Louisville. Ky,
Wcdncsilay, December 3, 1873.
Only sixty ihooaaad lick eli will be willi. The tick
ets ?re divided Into ten coupons or parts.
At this concert, which will Iw the grande* musical
display ever witnessed in this country, the unprece
dented sum of '
divided fnlo latino cash glfUs will be disiribuied by
lut among tho lickei-holdurs.
LIST OF GIFT*:
Ono Grand Ca?h Gift.fciSO.OOO
One Grund Cash Gift. 100,000
One Grand Cash Gift.?">o,000
One Grund Cash Gift. -5,000
One Grand Cash Gift. l",MG
10 Cash Oifts ?10,000 each. 100,000
30 Cash Gifts 5,000 euch LiO.OOO
50 Cash Gifts 1,000 each. 50.000
88 Cash Gilts ,000 each..,. 40,000
100 Cash Gilts 400 each. 40,rtOO
150 Caah Gifts 300 each. 45,1)00
250 Cash Gifts ' 200 each. 50,000
320 Cash Gifts 100 each..32,000
II, 000CuHliGifts ?Ocnch. 5:>(>,000
Total, 12,000 OiftB, all Cash,*
Tie dihtfibutlon will bo pnaiilve. whelln r nil the
tickeis are sold or nm, nnd the |8j0u? Mi ali |.a.d lu
proportion to tbe tlckeli ?oh).
V?I?CE OF TICK EB'S:
Whole tickets t)3U; Ilaire? Teiil||s. ur each
Coupon, *5; Eleven Whole Ticket? for?>Vu:
Tiokeiafor *1.IHM);U3 Whole Tickets f..r pp**;
2?7 Whole Tiekot? f,.r flii.iutfl. No dlaeuUhl miles?
than t?ui) worth of Tickets at a lltuB.
Tickets nu w ready for sale, and all order? bretun.
panled by the money promptly Ulled. Liberal -erma
given to thoso who buy to sell again.
Agent Publ. Llbr. Ky,, and Manager CIR Concert,
^ . Public Library Building, LoulBVllIe, Ky.
1 Oot. 9 4143
APPLIGAT??N will, ba jmad? IQ. tbe
next LeRislaturo for? Charter of a
Public Hoad from Johnntoh's Tepot, C.
C, ?fc A. R. H., Wes?, interseilinij; the,
Blocker Hoad near Pleasant Lane. j
QagflggfWgirjH Rhmrk. ' I
Fall and Winter Goods.
J ?> , Ci*:
WOULD call tlie attention of the public to my stock of Fal! and
Whiter. Goods, consisting of
Dry Groods^Grrocer ies,
. BOOTS, SHOES,
Tin Ware, Crockery Ware, &c.
Prices to suit, the times, andas reasonable as any other House.
S. H. MAMET.
r Oct 8 tf - 42
EDGEFIELD CLOTHING EMPORIOM
M. LEBESCHULTZ, Agent,
IVo..-St, Park Row,
RESPECTFULLY informs the public of Edgefield .aud vicinity, that he
has just received from New York, manufactured by those celebrated Cloth
iers Jiimes Wilde, jr., & Co. and Carhart, Whitford & Co,, a splendid stock of
Ready Made Clothing
For Gents, Youths and Children.
SHIRTS, DRAWERS and UNDERSHIRTS of the popular Pembroke
CRAVATS, SUSPENDERS, HOSIERY, of all descriptions,
HlfcTS, the latest and most fashionable styles for Gents and Boys,
SHOES and BOOTS, Hand-Sewed and Pegged, that cannot he surpassed
in any market.
1 TRUNKS, Valises, Satchels and School Bugs, .
An excellent assortment of DOMESTIC GOODS, such as Shirtings, Home
spuns, Jeans, Flannels, Canton Flannels; &c.
A great variety of CUTLERY and HARDWARE,
PISTOLS and CARTRIDGES of every calibre.
The Subscriber gratefully acknowledges the kind patronage heretofore
extended to him, and assures his Friends and Customers that no effort or
pains will be spared by him to give every one entire satisfaction.
T?. L?BESCHUJLTZ, Agent.
Oct S 4f- .. 42
T. W. CAR WILE & CO.,
270 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
PAY PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS entrusted to their
care, and MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS on all Produce in Store.
For the Fall and Winter Trade,
We have on hand
BACON, LARD, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, RICE, MACKEREL, SALT,
FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, -,
BUTTER, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, ALE, PORTER,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c,
And in fact EVERYTHING usually on sale in First Class Grocery
We are also Agents for the sale of Wm. Massey & Co's. Celebrated Phila
Will be glad at all times to see our>Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Goods at the Lowest Market Prices.
Augusta, Oct 8 ' tf 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
D. L. Turner, Judge of "I
Probate, \ Complaint
M. D. Padgett. j Foreclosure.
BY virtue of an order froin the Hon.
R. B. Carpenter, Judgo of tho Fifth
Circuit, in this action, I will soil at pub
lio outcry, to tho highest bidder, at Edge
field C. H., on Saleday in November next,
tho following Real Estate of the defen
ONE TRACT OF LAND situato in the
County and State aforesaid, whereon the
Defendant resides, on waters of Little
Saluda River, adjoining lands of H D.
Snddoth and others.
TERMS-Tho costs and one-half the
purchase money to bc paid in cash. The
balance of thc purchase money r?n a cred
it of twelve months from date of sale,
with interest from said dato, to bo se
cured by the bond of the purehasor and
a mortgage of the premises. Titles extra.
H. WALL, S. E. O
Oct 8th, 1S73 4t 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
D. L. Turner, Judge of
(ico. M. Long and others. J Foreclosure.
BY virtue of an ordor from the. Hon.
R. B. Carpenter, Judge of tho Fifth
Circuit, in this action, I will adi at pub
lic outcry, to the highest bidder, at Kdge
field C. H., on Saleday in November next,
tliH following Real Estate of tho d?ten
dant. Geb. W. Long, viz:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing
Two Hundred and Twenty Acres, more
or less, situate in said County and .Stace,
on waters of Little Saluda Uiver, and
adjoining landsof JacobSuith and tithers.
TERMS-The costs and ono-half the
purchase money to be paid in cash. The
balance of the purchase money on aeijjpd
it of twelve months from date of sale,
with interest from said dato. Tho credit
portion of the purchase money to bo se
cured by the bohd of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises. Titles extra.
H. WALL, S. E. C.
Oct 8, 1873._4t_42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Vr^r J"dS,>0f j C0't""""
France? Padgett, .tal.' J FT**?""?.
BY virtue of an order from thc non.
R B Carpenter, Judge of tho Fifth
Circuit, in this action, I will sell atEdgo
field C. H, on Saleday iuNovember next,
to the highest bidder, at. public ornery,
the following Rei?! Estate of thc defen
dant, Frances Padgett, viz:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, situate in
said County aud ?tate, couiaining Ono
Hundred and Thirty Aeres, moro or less,
and adjoining lands of Emanuel Whitilo,
T. S. Bates and others.
TERMS-The costs and one-half of the
Eufcliase money to bo paid in cash The
alance of the purchase money on a (-red
it of twelve months1, with interest from
the day of sale, tobe secured tty bona
of the purchaser and a mortgage pf,tho
premises. Titles extra.
H. WA LT.,'8. E. C.
Oct 8,_4t_ __ ??< -12
State of South Caroiiua
BY D. L. Turner Judge ol' Probato in
said Cppnty.. .
Whereas, Geo W. Robertson hath apr
plied to mo for Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Geo. C. Robertson,
late oLsnld County, dee'd.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all. and'singular the kindred
and creditors of the said deceased, to
be and appear betbre me at n Court
of Probate, for the said County, to be
holden at Edgefield. on' the 15th day of
October 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show
?cause, if any, why the Haid Administrei
on shou'd not be granted,
tyan under .my hand and the Bmfriof
. the Court, this 1st day, pf October, A.
D7 TR73; hncTin the 08th year of Ameil
CMi IndopendWrce. ' '. 'r ' * i; -
D. L. TURNER, J. P, E.-C.
Sheriff's Sale. '
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
' I EDGEFIELD. COUNTY, i
D. L. Turner, Judge of
BY virtue of an order from the Hom
R B. Carpenter, Judge of the Fifth
Circuit, in this action, I will sell at pub
lic outcry, to the highest bidder, at Edge
field C. H., on the first Monday in ?so
vember next, the following* Real Estate
of the defendant, viz :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, situate in
said County and State, known as the M ill
Tract, containing Eleven Acres, moro or
less, adjoining lands formerly owned by
I A Able, lands formerly owned by the
! Estato of A J Padgett, and others."
I TERMS-The costs and one-half the
; purchase in?ney to bo paid in cash. ' The
! balance of the purchaseanoney onaered
! it of twelve months, with interest from
nate or Dale Credit portion to be Keen red
I by tho bond of the purchaser, and a
I mortgage of the premises. Titles extra.
H. Wall, S. E. 0.
Oct 8, . t 4t - 42
Stale ot' Hon th Carol i n.t.
A. Ramsay, Clerk, f Complaint
vs. y for
Emanuel Whittle. j Foreclosure.
BY vir??e of an order of tho Hon. R.
Ft. ( ?arpenter, Judge of the Fifth Cir
cuit, in this action, I will sell at Edge
tiold C. H., at public outcry, to the high
est bidder, on the first Monday in No
vern ber next, the following Real Estate
of the defendant, viz:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, situate in
said County and State, containing Sixty
Aeras, more or less, adjoining lands of
.Wilson Holston and others
"TERMS-The costs and one-half the
purchase money to bo paid in cash. The
balance of the purchase money on acred
it of twelve months, with interest from
date of f?ale. Credit portion of the pur
chase money to be secured by the bond
of tho purchaser, and a mortgage of the
premises. Titles extra.
H. WALL, S. E. C.
Oct 8, , 4t 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jas. A. rosier, Plaintiff, ") Judgment
vs. > of
David Graham, Def'n'dt J Foreclosure.
BY virtue of the Judgment of Fore
closure in this cause, I will sell at
Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday in
November next, the mortgaged premises
described, consisting of a TRACT OF
LAN Dj situated in Edgefield County,
State aforesaid, on waters of Little Saluda
Uiver, containing Three Hundred and
Thirty-seven and one-half Acres of Land,
more or less, bounded by lands of Dr.
John Mobley, Luke M. S .hi tb, Len John
eon and others, known aa the '* Jennings
TERMS-Tho costs and one-half of tho
?urchase money, to be paid iii cash. Tho
alance of the purchase money on a cred
it until tho first day of November, A. D.,
1871, with interest from day of salo.. The
'credit.portion to br secured by botad of
the purchaser. Titles to?%ie ex?cHtexHiy
the Sheriff, but not delivered until tho
credit portion of the .purchase muuey is
paid.' And'"if the credit portion fa Hot
paid .when'due, the Sheriff to re-sell the
?aid property for cash. ; *
N. B.-If the terms of the sale are hot
complied with immediately, the proper
ty will be re-Sold on the same day at thc
risk of the former purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for titles, <fcov
H. WALL, S. E. C.
Oct 8, . 4t 42
State of South Carolina
EDGEFIELD COUNTY. ]/ -
XTQTICE ip hereby given that the un
x> designed will make application to
the Judge of tho: Probate Court for Edge
field County, tm Thursday, the 20th of
November next, for a Final Discharge BB
an Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Zedekiah.Watkins, dee'd.
. , ...ST. EDWARDS,.,'
. Ono of the Executors.
.'...ocia, : ft . .?-i
C K. HENDERSON & BRO.
i ?rRANITEVILLE, S. C.
GAIN" we tak e pleasure in saying to our Friends and Customers that we
are ready with A FULL STOCK OF GOODS, complete in every Depart
ment, embracing * ?
MY IDHI ?F EVERY Bmmmm,
Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys, and all kinds of Shirl?, ?
BOOTS and SHOES to fit and please eveiybody,
- HATS, TRUNKS, Valises, Umbrellas, - - . . '. ~
HOSE and HALF HOSE and all kinds of SMALL GOODS,
HARWARE, CUTLERY, TIN, GLASS and CROCKERY <WA#Ifr %
SADDLES, BRIDLES, and Shoe Maker's Findings of all kinds.
. BACON, LARD, COFE.EE, SUGARS, TEAS,. -fa
';SypUP, MOLASSES, SA?LT, FLOUR;MEAL* COBN,??!$
. Butter, Cheese, Mackerel,; Soda; Starch, Pepper, Spices, [| 1 ?j
. BAGGING and TIES, a heavy stocky ? ? faillir]
TOBACCO, S?GARS, . " W "
And in fact everything usually found in a first-class Village Store.
COTTON SOLD FREE OT 001SO?ISSION,
Our Stock waa never better t?ian at this timej ?ought ior?Csm atlthe
Lowest Prices, we .feel confident of pleasing alt fr ?\ fl
We buy all kinds of Country Prod ace. . j I ** ;.A X i V
J^*The public are invited to call and look through our stock.
' C. K. HENDERSON & BBO.
.Grantville, S. C., Oct 7 6t . |t42
. TEAGUE & CALHOUN^:
JOHNSTON'S DEPOT, ,
H>! \ (ifiii fit i l.H^l.
AVE always on hand a full and well selected Stock of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOE^
Hardware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Ki*
GROCERIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
&c; &c, &c... . | yj. |y*
All of which we will sell at the lowest prices. Call en us before pur
chasing elsewhere.:Wejcan please you, and willdoso,if ^you-willgive tffla
share of your patronage. lili
(KrTHE HIGHEST GASH PRIGE-. PAID?F?Ri.Ca?TQ??? !
TEAGIE & CAEHOEI*.
Johnston's Depot, Oct 8 tf 42
New Goods Arming
GRIFFIN Si CO
Beautiful Black Alpacas, Empress Cloths^ Serge Cloth/ Poplins ari?' De
laines, at all prices, at GRIFFIN & COBB'S;'
Shawls, Scarfs, Ortolans; Nubias, Knit Sacques, in all styles, atv
GRIFFEN. & COBB'S.
^ ' N . , ?.;> fifi: lt, it' ,.- . .. .. I irt'?Ks*
.. . .
Handsome Stock of Notions, Gbves and Hosier^,' "Ladies1Silk, Ruches,
offering atrlow prices, at ?
, GRIFFIN .& COBB'S^
Ruffs, Artificial Flowers, Feathers and Ribbons, offer?ng_ s*rlow prices, at;
Full stock of Domestic Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Cassim?res,' Jeans,
Comforts, ftc., now on hand, at GRIFFIN1 & COBB'S?
Our Stock has been b?dght witb care, and wi?Ti)e',sold low.
Augusta prices allowed for Cotton in payment of accounts due ns.
Just opened fresh from the mapufacturer's hands $500 worth of Ladies'
Dress and Walking Shoes. We will guarantee every pair. Gall ?sjr?y and
get your winter's supply. ""' .*"**- <J**J-** \
GRIFFIE & COBB.
Oft 8 , ... 4 ll tf 41
JAS. A. DOZIBB.? / - D. T. VAUGHN. fl*$*r?1 "JOHN RAINSFOBD.
Dozier, Vaughn I Co.
PE\E HOUSE DEI OT, *. C.
"ESPECTFULLY announce to the people of Edgefield, that they now
have in. Store a tremendous Stock of Goods, which were selected in person
with especial care as to the wants of the people, and which Stock embraces
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
DOMESTICS, BOOTS, SHOES, ;,
Groceries, &c.,*&c. i fi
Our selection of Fashionable DRESS GOODS, .^A^LS,; HATS, &c.,
&c, is perfectly superb, and prices as low as they can be bought in any
In the line of WHITE GOODS, FANCY GOODS; and NOTIONS, we
"defy-competitions *t?&fr':~ ''i^^T^'
Our CLO'EH?NG DEPARTMENT is complete; and at pri.cj^:^ suit the
hard times. . - r .. -....*
Our DOMESTICS are from the be6t manufacturers,' and ma?eddown-.to
the lowest figures. . :::
We have on hand an extensive and varied collection Ladiee^ >43ents,
Misses, Boys and Childrenss BOOTS and SHOES-ali first grade g<?ds, and
all as cheap as any House can afford to sell them. A
We also are receiving by every train an. '?jr.
Immense Stock of Groceries
AND . . ^
Plantation Bttpjplfes !
. ..... (cikf? .^y?yt
-:-Consisting in part of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, LARD, ?QKNj OATS, MEAL,
MEATS OF ALL KINDS, SALT, SYRUP, CHEESE, MACKEREL,
SOAPS, &c, &c.
Also, BAGGING and TIES, a,^g^?^piy.
All of which we propose to sell to Cash Customers at Prices equal to any
Market in the South. > " ^ ? >.
We take especial pleasure in informing the many friefids-of C?pt.>W^f?.
BRUNSON-an excellent merchant and thorough gentleman-that ha has
enlisted himself in our House, and has charge ot* the-Dry Goods Department,
and where, soliciting the presence and patronage of his old fhetras, he w^ll
be glad to see and serv%tnem.
That popular aud nccommodating gentleman, Mr. R. 'A. LYNCH,', ^ill
also be. found on Jiand at our House, ready and anxious td serve every otje.
i&* We ask a liberal share of public patronage, and will promise satis
faction to all who favor us with their trade. m
DOZIER, VAUGHN ;& CO.
Pine House, Oct. 1, 3m . L/41
Executes Sale. Mice.
AS Executer of the last: wUl and tes- ORPICE ?Q?NTY CQMMISSIONERS, _
tameutof J." W. H?fr?h, dee'd.. I j
will sell ut the late residence of the De
ceased, on Wednesday, 29th, Oct, inst, a
v-i-iv.-11-u, uu II uuiicsuu^y, ???.?
portion of the personal property, vte?
0 Mules, \ . 1
Lot of Cattle,
Hogs and Goats, ? .
And a remnantof merchandiae lu store
Terms-Cash on delivery.
Oct. 8| St .,i2
SOMEWHERE between Edgefield C.
H., aud Pine House Depot, a Gen
tleman's Dark Grey SHAWL, roUed up
and strapped with a rod leather strap.
Th? finder willie liber?lly rewarded.by
leaving it at this office,
Octa- ? " ."?. r42 .
EOOEFIELD C. H., 8. C.,
Oct. 1st, 1873.
A LL persons holding checks -against
A. the County,'dated previous to Jan.
1st, IS73, aro requested. to have the sume
Registered in tho office ol the County
Commissioners, on or before thejjfth
November next . ; . > . . / - ll
By order.of Board.', ; , J? .. ' ?*
Oct.l, 4t- .
TBLEjPirm of MILLER, HACK 6
HOW ARD was dissolved on July
1st, 1873, hy mutual consent. Theists
of tho firm are left entirely in the hand?
of EDWARD T. MILLER, who V?Wne
authorized to sign the firm te?tb?ftillqui
dation, or in tho renewal of th? outstand
ing debts of the firm.
EDWARD T. MILLER,
BY virtue of an order from*D..L. Tur
ner, Judge of Probat?, I.w?l seU at
EdffeflelcLC..H., on. Saturday, the 26th
October, at public outcry, the.Cboses in Bro?d ?r?et, and Will be pfwed Ws?rve
Action, belonging to the Estate of W. C.. his old patrons, and the pnb?c g?n?*jil|y;
Morsguo,d^. , ^ j EDWARD ,,%?tf??VL
ed will conduct s Gen
Y BUSINESS.. at