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Take Warning, Ye Freedmen ! All ye that ara inclinad te forsake the stra: and carrow path, of rectitude,'?and take to broad and dangerous highway of cotton stoat: At the end of the latter road stand long ; dreary imprisonment, and unmitigated' hard bot. Hear how four colorod [men of Edged Discriot eame to grief-and most deservedly. th? 23rd October test,, th?s? four men, wh names are given below,-stele.from J. L. HARV. Esq., a gentleman of oar District, Irring near Abbey. .0 line, four bales' of cotton. They w afterwards apprehended, takon to Colmnl lodged in jail ; and hare lately been tried bef a Military Commission, and found guilty. 1 sentences against them are as follows: 1st. Jaiper, colored, citizen of Edgefield D trice, South Carolina, to be confined at hard lal for the period of one (1) year, at such place the Commanding General may direct. 2d. WUliem, Georg? and Lcuit, colored ci z?ni of Edgefield District, South Carolina, ea to bo confined at hard labor for tho period of 1 ( 5) months, at such place as the Cemmandi G ensral may direct ll. The proceedings and findings in the fores, ir g cases of Jasper, William, George and Levi colored citizens of Edgefield District, South Cai li J 1, are approved. The- sentence is confirme and will be carried into efiectat Castle Pine kr. C liarles ton Harbor, Sooth Carolina, under the < reetion of the Commanding Officer thereof, whom the prisoner will be cent under guard. The Quartermaster's Department will furni th') necessary transportation. By order of Brevet Major-General A. AMES. CHAS. A. CARLETON, Ass't. Adj't. Goo'l. Advice to the S ont h. The " National Intelligencer" of Monday, an editorial artiolo says : We havo a word of advice to give to mernot elect to Congress from the South, and eipeeial to sach members as nay not fool able to take tl oath prescribed by the test oath enactment-\ will not call it a law, as applied to members Congress-of July 2, 1863, and rbis advice i that they shall not press for their seats, und any circumstances, until after the orgaaizati? of the House. The South Caroli' an. The South Carolinian, which, sinoo tho destru ti on il Columbia, has been lost to eight-thoug ever held in kindest memory-comes to us no from Charleston, where it has lately been rc-?stal lisb.ee!. It is now a Daily. E. G. DZFOMTAIS: Esq., the brilliant and popular ".Personne" of tl days sf the war. is the Editor and Propri?t? WM. GILMORE SIMUS, Esq., and HEKRY TIMRO: ESQ., are associate editors. DEFOXTAINK, SIMM T?MROD ! historians, poets, novelists, letter-writer journalists, beaux esprit* J names too well know to fame to need any word of praise ' or introdui tion from us. The South Carolinian, with thei three men at its helm, will undoubtedly becorc more 1 opular that ever. Hore work for the Yankees. A cargo of Africans arrived recently in Cub direct from Africa. ?SS* Frank Gurley the bushwhacker, who sie' Gen. MeCook during the war, reached Nashvill from Hurtsville on the 29 th, but he has bean sor back by instructions of tho War Department, t be oxeer.ted in Huntsville, on Friday next. 0T Two negro soldiers, James Grippen an Ben Redding, 104th ?. S. C. T., were hung a Hilton Head? Monday, the 20th, having bee: > found guilty by a court-martial of rape, burglar; and arsoti, committed on the 20th of August lasl near McPhersonville, on the persona and propert; of some estimable wbito persons. ?3S- An order was issued on the 25th, from th War Department, by direction of the President notifying ail ol ai m an ts for the rewards offered bj government for the apprehension of Mr! Daru and toe-niaref nation conspirators, that thoy mu si file their cl lima at the Aujutant General's office before the lei. of January next, and also announc ing the r?vocation of the rewards 0 Cfc red for til? arrest of Jacob Thompson, Beverly Tucker George N. Senders and William C. Cleary, thi rebel ageiits in Canada, and John H. Snrratt suspected of complicity in the murder of Presi dent Lincoln. ~?8~Thv Richmond Enquirer says a som pan; is organizing, which has a capital of fire million of dellars, for tho purpose of making lo&ns ti Southern planters who need capital to recom menoe operations with. ?3F Two thousand persons attended the meet ?ng held in New York Monday night 13th instant the object of whioh was to raise contribution fur the relief of destitute persona at the South Addresses- ware made by Senator Morgan, Gever nor-Parsons, Henry Ward Beecher, Gen. Mead, and Gen. Fisk, and letters ware read from Beere tary.Seward, Gens. Grant and Sherman approv ing of the object. yS" Th?finishing' touches axe being pat upo: the interior appointments of the .Capitol. Bot! of the chambers of the House and Sonate- ari completely and elaborately prepared for the ses lion, and it is noticeable that the desks made vaean during the past four years by the absenee 0 Southern members, and which were remove? du r?g that time from the fit/ors? of both Houses are again supplied. ?tf The Herald's Washington speolal says Late reports from the medical officers of th? Freedmen's fiarua ia South Carolina indjtaU 1 that in ipite of cuntiruod caro aod diligence or the part of thu ofi?ers, there is increased mortal ity among the freedmen. Intermittent fever pre vailed among them to a great extent. 1 . ?SS* Theodore Reeder; a young man about nineteen years of age, drank twe^peaada of whis ky in a saloon at Cireloville, Ohio, on a wager. He drank it within an hour, and died in ten min utes after drinking the last six ounces. ?3??r A Richmond letter says that tho reasor of the refusal to restore the property of Hon Henry A. Wiso is that he declines to take th? ' oath. --? O' ? The Herald's Richmond correspondence ! Nov. 27tb, says : General Grant was heartilj welcomed to that city by thc military author . i ties. He freely expressed his opinions while there rogardin,; Mexican affairs. He said em phatically that the advent cf Maximilian to tbe pretended throne of Mexico was a part 0: the rebellion, i nd bis immediate expulsion should be a pa -t of ita history. Frunce did not ask oar consent to establish a throne ir Mexico, and w ; should not consult that po wei in re-estabiishi.v? the republic. He ss id that France bad no right to iuterfero in the ques tion, but if shit would involve "herself ia t war with avon this point, now is the time tc have it, while our army and navy is yet or ganized, and before our commerce is ag&ir. afloat, on every sea. I4 A I-GUSTA, Dee. 2.1865. COTTO?.-There waa a fair demand in th? day. Pri?es' were firm. Later in the day ac counts were received from Liverpool of an ad vance of id, which caused an advance here Middlings wore held, at 42 to 48. Good Mid dlings at 45 to 46. GOLD.-Unchanged. Selling at 48 to 49. Constitutionalist. * HAMBURG Correa MARKET.-The price of cot ton in the Hamburg market on Saturday fro* ? wagons was from twenty ti/twenty-elght cents ii gold, -nd frontthirty-five to'ferty-nva ia currency -CfcroBwll A Sentinel, 3d. ? HYMENEAL. MARRIED, in August?, on tho evening of the 23d, at the residence of tue Br ?Jo's mother, by the Row G. Kramer, Mr. SHELLY CLO YD, of Huntsville, Ala-, and Mrs. GUSSIE A. SMITHE, of that city. .. ! y MARRIED, on the 30th ult., by Rov. II. T. Bart ley, Mr. WILLIAM MINICK and Miss MARY JANE WHITTLE, all of this District. MARRIED, by tho Rev. J. W. Barr, on tho 21st of November, the Rev. H. C. HERLONG and Misa REBECCA FOY, all of Edgefield District. OBIT?ABY. ? DIES, at tho residenco of her husband, on the 16th of November,Jof Small Pox, Mrs. FRANCES ANN, wife of Mr. GEO. W. NIIOH, in the 41st year of her age, leaving a disconsolate husband and four little motherless children, the youngest five months old. to- mourn their irreparable loss. The deceased* was from early life a consistent member of tho Baptist Church, and leaves behind a Christian record, that gives to ber relatives and friends the assurance of God'? word that a " book of remembrance was made for her betoro the Lord," and that she has been taken ag one of his 'select jewels. : J. P. M. Conference Meeting. The Quarterly Meeting Conference of Edgefield Circuit will hold ita first session at Edgefield C. IL, on the 8th and 10th instant. The members will take hood and govern themselves accordingly. The Stewards will meet at Paruonage, Satur day, 10 o'clock A. M. " . '' *H Wi A. CLARKE. Law ftotice. THE Partnership fer the PRACTICE of-LAW ?ad EQUITY between MossrB. GARY & DOZIER, is this day' dissolved by mutual con sent. Tho unfinished business of the firm will bo left with M. W. GABT, Esq., who will continue the practice. M, W. GARY, JAS. A. DOZIER. Dec 5 3t 49 M. W. GARY, Attorney at Law & Solicitor in Equity Resumes the practice of his Profes?on at his . former Omeo. Edgefield C. H., Deo 1st, 1365 3m49 Young Ladies' Institute. MADAME SOPHIA SOSNOWSKI will re-open her INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, at Columbia, S. C, on the 1st January, 1866. A full Corps of able Instructors has been ehgagod. for terms and further particulars,, apply either to Columbia directly, or to Maj. J. E. BACON, at Edgefield C. H. Columbia, Dec 4 9t 49 Royal Arch Masons. ACONVOCATION OF BEZALEEL' CHAPTER. No 8 R.\ A.-. M.*. will j be held at the Masonio Hall, on Tuesday,i the 12th day of December, at 10 och>ok A. M. Royal Arch Masons in good standing are Frater nally invited te attend. Master Masons intending to take the Chapter Dogreo should prosent their petitions on the day above named. Past Deputy Most Excellent Grand High Priest 3. R. CAMPBELL, Esq., h expected to be present. A. RAMSAY, M.\E.\H.-.P.\ Dec. 5, lt 49 PROCLAMATION! STAVE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, COLUMBIA, Dee. 1, 1855. By hie Excellency, BENJAiiiN F. PERRY, Provisional Governor in and over the State ?/] South Carolina. WHEREAS, in pursuance of joint resolutions of the General Assembly of this State, an eloction has been held, and the votos as cast by the people of this Bcsio for four motubers of the House of Representatives of tho Thirty-ninth Congress of tho United States, have beon counted by commissioners appointed fur that purposo, and it appears that JOHN D. KENNEDY, haying,| received a majority of votes, has been duly elected to represent the First Congressional Djajnct, com posed of the Judicial Districts t-f Lancaster, Chea ttrfield, Marlborough, Darlington, Marion, Kor ry, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Sumter, Claren don and Kershaw ; that WILLIAM AIKEM, hav ing received a majority of votes, has been duly elected to represent tho Second Congressional District, composed of tho Judicial District:: of Charleston, Colleton, Beaufort and Barnwell ; that SAMUEL McGOWAN, having received a major ity of votes, has beeu duly elected to represen t- the Third Congressional District, composed of tha Judicial Districts of Orangeburg, EdgoQeld, Ab beville, Lexington, Newberry, Richland and fairfield ,. and that JAMES FARROW, having received a majority of votes', has been duly elec ted to represent the .Fourth Congressional Dis trict, eomposed of tho Judicial Districts of Ander sen, Bickens, Greenville, Laurens, Spartanburg, Union, York and Chester : Now, therefore; I, BENJAMIN F. PERRY, Provisional Governor in and over tho' State afore said, do issue this my proclamation, notifying and deelaring, according to the provisions of tho naid joint resolutions, that John D. Kennedy, William Aiken, Samuel McGowan lind James Farrow bad a majority of tho votes ci?: in their respectivo Congressional District?, and arc, .therefore, duly elected Representatives in the Congress of thc United States. Given under my hand.and the seal of the State, at Columbia, this 'first day of Deccmbor, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight [L s.] hundred and sixty-five, and in the nine tieth year of the independence of tho Unidod States of America. B. F. PERRY. WILLIAM R. HUNTT, Secrotary of State, S. C.. Nov. S, 4? A Bargain ! FOUR GOOD MULES and one good ROAD WAGON for sale low. Apply to the Subscriber near Fury's Ferry. Ni MERIWETHER. Dec 5 3t? 49 Just Received, AGOOD eupply of POWDER, CAPS, Buck, Squirrel and Bird SHOT. Also, a lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING suitable for servants, which I will sell at rory reasonable rates. S. II. HANGET. Dec 5 - tf 40 Dried Fruit! WANTED FIFTY- Bushols DRIED FRUIT, for which the highe;t market price will be paid. We will pay tko highest prices for BUTTER, EGGS, ?c. J. R. CARWILE & CO. Dec 5 ff 49 ? - -, -_- M i Stray Cow^ ASHALL PIDED COW, both cars croppod, a slit in right oar, white and palo red spot ted, has been in my fields, on Log Creek, about ; three weeks. The. owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay chargea and take said cow.away, or she will bo sold as an Estray. Call on Andrew Ramsay, jr., on rey premisos. F. W. PICKENS. Dec 5 ' 3t 49 CONFEDERATE BAPTIST, TUE publication of this WEEKLY RELIGI OUS PAPER will be resumed in-JANUARY NEXT. The names of subscribers may be sent to the proprietor, at Columbia, S. C. Payment will not be required until after the isBue of the first number. G. T. MASON. Nor. 15, ,"?..? 46 ?HOUSEKEEPERS, ?TTEKTION? D, L FULLFRTON, I AT HIS SALES ROOM, Cor.'Broad and "Washington Streets, . j Augusta, Ga., I ' . ?. . Respectfully invites your attention to his splondicl assortment o?. : . COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING STOVES. Also, all kinds of Cooking Utensils, And a General Assortment of TIN WARS) BAKE OVENS Skillets and Odd Lids, Always on hand. TIN WARE made to order, and' RE PAIRING dono on short notice Augusta, Dec 5 3m49 Head Qrs. Act. Asst. Commissioner BUREAU REFUGEES AND ABANDONED LANDS, WESTERN DIST. OF WESTERN So. CA. COLUMBIA, NOV. 20th, 1865.. CIRCULAR NO. 5. THE impression prevails to a great extent among the freedmen, that on tho first of Jan uary, I860, tho United State* Government is to give them Lands, Homesteads of 40 acres, and that, tho coming year, it is notnecessary for them to contract with their former masters, or other employers, for their labor. * To correct this error, all Officers and Agents of the Freedman's Buroau in this District, are here by directed to give notice to the Freedmen within their commands, that such expectations on their part are erroneous, and that the United States Government has no land to divide among them. To provide for the cultivation of the soil, givo a proper direction and industry to labor to prevent sufforing and starvation, the Freedmon are urged at once ts mako contracts for labor for tho year 1866. The contracts to commence January 1st 1866, and terminate with the year. Capt. WM. P. SCOTT, Com'd'g. Edgofiold Dis trict, is authorized to make and approve Contracts for tho District, RALPH ELY, Brcv't Brig* GonL and Act. Asst Commissioner of Bureau, B cfugces an 1 Abandoned Lands. Dec. 5, tf 49 PUBLIC SALE: -o SEVEN TRACTS OF RICH LAND Beach Island, S. C. -o THE-6ubf>criber will offer for sale at the MAR KET HOUSE in Augusta, on TUESDAY, the 2Cth December, SEVEN TRACTS OF LAND, On Savannah River, fivo and nine miles below Sand Bar Ferry. Tho TWO UPPER TRACTS contain each 250 acros of Fino Cotton and Small Grain Laads ; sold separately. ? " Tho FIVE LOWER TRACTS will also be sold separately. The 1st, callod HUNGRY SWAMP, contain* 302 acres, more or loss. The 2nd, called FITZ'S CUT- contains 300 acros, more or less. The 3rd, called HANKINSON PLACE, contais 141 acres, more or less. The 4th, called CATLIN PLACE, contains 110 acres, more or less. Tho Sth, called HATFIELD PLACE, contains 97 aeren, moro or less. These Lands are celebrated for their fertility, and lio together, and aro more than half cleared. TERMS CASH IN GOLD. Should these Lands, or any part of thom, not bo sold, they will bo rented for ncxtycarin tracts on that dav. . -~~ . K. BRADFORD, M. D. '? Dec. 6 3t 49 i FOR SALE OR RENT. THE Subscriber desires to SELL or RENT his well-known and oxcollent COTTON PLANTATION, Containing 1675 Aores, lying on Horn's Creek, on tho Martin Town Road, IS miles from Ham burg. About 400 Acres of this Tract is in culti vation, and is admirably adapted to the culture of Cotton. I bavo year after year made 100 bales of Cotton, on this place, together with a plenty of provisions, Ac, with about 15 good hands. On the premises is a comfortable Dwelling, Gin Hou3e and Screw, and all necessary outbuildings. For farther particulars, apply to the Subscriber on the place. J. C. PORTER. . Dec 5 3t* 49 To Rent. IWILL RENT, to an approved Tenant, my PLANTATION lying on Stevens* Crook, and containing 800 Acres of Land. A considerable portion of tb o cleared upland is fresh and under a good foace. On the premises aro a good Dwelling and out-houscs, and plenty of good water. The above Plantation is within two miles of Woodlawn P. O., and ia u neighborhood unsur passed for morality. Apply to MRS. M. A. KEY. ' ? DJC 5 . 2t* 49 Administrator's Sale. * BY Virtue of an Order from W. D. Durisoe, Esq., Ordinary for Edgcfield District, I will sell at the lalo residence of JOHN P. ABNEY, dee'd., on THURSDAY, the 21st day of Docem ber next, all the personal property of said de ceased, consisting of Seven Horses and Mnlcs, STOCK OF CATTLE AND HOGS, CORN, FODDER, OATS AND WHEAT, PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS, Nine Bales Cotton, Household and Kitchen Fusnituro, CARRIAGE AND BUGGY AND HARNESS, Blacksmith's Tools, * GIN HEAD, THRASHER AND FAN, And a largo lot of ' .Medicines and Medical Books. The above property will be sold for Cash in specie or its equivalent. EUSTATIA C. ABNEY, Ad'ix. Dec 6 21* . 49 Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of an Ordor from-W. F. Durisoo, Or dinary, I will sell at tho Swamp Plantation of the late Col. THOS. G. LAMAR, dee'd., on WEDNESDAY, the I3fh of December next, the personal estate of said deceased, consisting of Corn, Fodder, Mules, Horses, Cattle, Hogs, PLANTATION TOOLS, . WAGONS, CARTS, Ac, Ac, Ac. Torms Cash; in Specie or its equivalent. B. S. DUNBAR, Adm'or. Nov 27 2t 49 Nptice. ALL Persons having demands against the Es tate of tho lato Thomas G. Lamar, dee'd., aro notified to render them in to me, properly at tested, on or beforo tho 1st day of February noxt B. S. DUNBAR, Ad'or. Dee ? 2m 49 strayed or Stolen, FROM my residence near Aiken, on the night of Nov. 20tb, TWO MCLE8>r-ono a largi dark bay horse MULE, about 151 hands high and about 7 years old ; the other is a> stout buil mare MULEf of very dark brottnlBh color, abou 7 years old-marks of gear on both. On delivory.t>f oither or both of the above mule at my mill seat near Aiken, or nt iny Saludi Plantationiir~Nowberry District, a liberal rewan will be paid. T. G. CBOFT. Deo 5 21* : . 49 MV) . ??IM 12 ! T. M. BOXES,. , JAB. HEKDERSON. BONES & HENDERSON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags, No. 187 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA., HAVE recently oponed, next door to BOKES' Hardwaro Houso, a VERY LARGE and VARIED ASSORTMENT of BOOTS & SHOES, Whioh vero purchased from the best manufactu rers at low prioes, and which thoy ar? now selling Wholesale and Retail, as reasonable as any"other House in Augusta. ^BB^Tbe People of itfgtfiold and tho adjoin ing Districts aro invited to gire us a call. XSTMerchants wiH do well tb examine oar completo Stock before'-purchaa.iog eliowhere. Augusta, Dee 5 - . 6m 49 EDWIN BATES & CO, lg^J Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, 9. C., Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS AND CLOTHING, ARE now receiving a LARGE ASSORTMENT of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,, purchased during recent decline, and offer them at Greatly Reduced Prices ! Shall have a complete Stock of CLOTHING M?Aufactured for toe Spring Trade. %eB- The attention of Merchants solicited. Doc i _,_1m . ; 49 State of South Carolina. EDGEHELD DISTRICT, zan ORDINARY. Susan Winn, I TS . W. J. Ready, Gaar. ad* litem, Chas. Winn, I af ay ot te Winn, Ann D. Wins, Laura Winn. BY an order from tho Ordinary, I shall proceed to Boll at Edgefield Court House, on th? first Monday in January next, for Partition, the REAL ESTATE of HINCH? WINN, deceased, consisting of A Parcel or Tract of Land, Lying and being in the District and State afore said, on the waters of Indian Creek, containing Two hundred and Eighty (280) acre?, more or less, bounding on lands of Jeremiah Mobley, El dred G rice, John T. Nicholson and others. Terms,' Cash in Gold or Silver. Titlos extra. W. SPIRES, S.E.D. Dec 2 4S65_ 4t_ 49 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Winney Padgett, et al. "j . TS \ M. A. Padgett, et al. J BY Virtuo of an order from tho Court in, this case, I will sell st the residence of MrB. Winny Padgett, on WEDNESDAY, tho 20th DECEMBER NEXT, tho following Property mentioned in the pleadings, to wit: ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing 800 acres, moro or loss, adjoining lands of Jamos D. Watson, Manchester Padgett, Dr. L. S. Smith and others. . Also, STOCK OF HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, PLANTATION TOOLS', HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, tc t ic, Ac. _ --? M uj wm ru ^aygnrrtfaftts, which w?llbe moro particularly described on day of Bale. Sold on a crodit of fi VD years with interest from day of eale, interest to be paid annually. Pur chasers to give bonds wah at least two good sure ties, and mortgage of tho land to seenre the pur chase money. Costa aid espouses of sale to bo paid in cash. Titles eatra. Z. Tf. CARWILE, C.E.E.D. Nov. 24,_ 3t '_4S_ State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURI80E, Esq., Ordinary of Edge field District. Whereas, John E, McDonald, bas applied to mo for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of James A. McDonald) lato of the District afore said, dee'd. Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish- all and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to be and aptear before me, at our next Ordinary's Court for th) said District, to ba boldon at Edgcfiold C. H., on the 16th day of Doe., inst., to show cause, if any, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my han! and seal, this 2nd day of Dec. in tho year of our. Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-fiv?', ?nd in tue 90th year of the Independence of tho United States of Amcr W. F. DURISOE, o.r Dec. 5, t St_ 49 State of Soiith Carolina, E D GE FIE LID DISTRICT. , IN ORDINARY. | Y W. F. DU RIS 03, Esq., /Ordinary of Edge ll field District Whoreaa, Z. W. Carwilo.UE.K.D.has applied to me for jotters of Admiaiitration, on all and Sin gular tho goods and chattels, rights and credit? of Daniel McDowell late of tho District aforesaid, deceased. Iheao aro, therefore, to cito and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of tho said decoosod, to be and appearboforo mo, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgofiold Court House, on the 10th day of Jan. n.ext, to show causo; if any, why the said administration should not bo grantod. Given under-my hand and seal, this 1st day of Dec, in the year ,of our Lord one thous and 'eight hundred and sixty^ve, and in the ninotieth year of the sovereignty and Indepen dence of the United States of America. " W-F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Dec. 5, _Ot . 49 "State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo fiold District. Whereas, Z. W> Carwile, C.E.E.D. has" appliod to me for Letters of Administration, on all and singu lar tho goods and chattels', rights (fud credit* of Irvin Clogg, late of the District, aforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, tho kindred and oroditors of the said deceaBCid, to be and rppear before me, at our next Ordina ry's Court fo ho said District, to be holden at Edg?ficld Court House, on tho 10th day of Jan. next, to show causo, if any, why tho said admin stratton should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 1st day of Doo. in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hnndrod and slxty-fiVb, and in tho 90th year of the Independence of the United Statos ol America. , W. F. DURISOE, ?.E.D. Deo. 6, _?L_ 49 Additional Supplies. JUST received and for salo at Augusta prioes Denuii' SARSAPARILLA ; MoAUster's All-Heating OINTMENT; Dalby's Magical PAIN EXTRACTOR ; Dolby s CARMINATIVE; . DEAD SHOT for Worm?. HODGES & JENNING8. Nov. U _tf_46. Notice. AS I oxpect to rom ovo from tho State, all thosi who aro indebted to me will please in ak payment to H. T. WEIGHT, Esqr., who ls m; Agent; and those to whom I am in anywise In debted, will present their claims to him for pay mont. GEO. Mc WEVER. NOT. I? ? ? B Tlx? Extensive.^Liberal MOEkfO?SE, 133 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, ff. C;, NOW CALLS THE ATTENTION,: OF MER> CHANTS AND PLANTERS To tho following oxtenslre Stock which cannot be surpassed by any bioer Honte South of Mason A Dixon's linc: 150 Oases MEN'S, BOTS AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES. 100 Cases MENS', BOYS AND YOUTHS' FUR AND WOOL HATS, OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. 300 Cases PLANTATION ' TURPENTINE . ? DONALDSONS Of the first qualitiea and well'adapted for tho PALL TRADE! AXSp, A FTJJLL ASSORTMENT OF Trunks, Valises, Carpetbags, Ac, Ac, Ac. . Similar consignments weekly and semi-weekly. Country Merchants will do well to oall and ex amine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere E. DALY, AGENT forMonufacturers... Charleston, NOT 25 . i'm .: 48 WM. D. DAVIDSON. M. A. -RANSOM. 210 Broad Street, Opposite Banlc of Augusta, AUGUSTA, GA., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN JJ VaiUj UVl/JLUi UH VU Ul DOMESTIC SL COTTON YARNS, PURE KEROSINE OIL, KEROSINE LAMPS, KEROSINE CANS, WICKS AND CHIMNEYS, \ And other Miscellaneous Goods. Augusta, NOT 27 lm 48 M W1 Hats, Hats. ENS' and BOYS' HATS, of all qualities, just received by DAVIDSON & CO. ino Broad Street. Augoata, NOT. 27, _lm_48. Kerosine Oil. TE keep constantly on hand PURE KERO SINE OIL, by the Gallon, Barrel and in five gallen Cans. DAVIDSON dc CO. . 210 Broad Street. Augusta, NOT. 27._ lm" j 43 Shoes! Shoes! WE havo juat received, direct from the Man ufacturera. TWO THOUSAND PAIRS OF SEWED AND PEGGED BROGANS, A prime article, which wa are Bolling at low price?. Also, a good assortment of LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. DAVIDSON &C0. " Augusta, Nov. 27,_lm 48. To the Public. Dr. McEVfEN, having received a COM . PLETE ASSORMENT OF WATCH MATERIALS, would respectfully inform his friends ant tho public generally that ho is now prepared to execato, with dispatch, all work in thc . Watch Repairing Department. ?y-Ali work done by him will ho warranted. All stylos'of HAIR WORK and SOLID GOLD JEWELRY made to order. TERMS CASH. Ncfwork will he allowed to leave the Shop until paid for. Oct 31 . ?_tf_** Gold Thatch Lost! LOST on Monday morning, tho 27th, botween Col. Huiet's and Warren 4 Lovelace's Store, a doublod-caeed GOLD WATCH, marked on the inside "A. M. H." A liberal reward will be paid the finder by leaving tho Watch with Col. John Huiet or Mr. R. W. Cannon. A. M. HAWKINS. Henderson vitia, -N. C., Nov. 28. lt 48. Just Received, CAA POUNDS Choice BUCKWHEAT: ' UUU 1 Gross PEGGING AWLS; " 1 BuBhol SHOE PEGS t 1 Dor. WAFFLEand WAFER IRONS; | 1 Doz. Brass Eoand PAILS; i Doz. HEELERS: 1 Do?. Coco* Nut DIPPERS, Ac, Ac. We can afford to sell the abere-articles'as olse?p aa they oon be had in Augusta. . * . J. R. CAR WILE & CO. Nov 28 ; tf -ts ' BtjsnsrESS THE Subscriper respectfully announces to the publio that ho still continues the Furniture and Undertaking Business At his old stand, where he is prepared te fill all orders in either branch of the above business, at the shortest notice, and on as reasonable terms aa the times will allow. Mr. JAMES PAUL is in charge of tho estab lishment, and will give his undivided attention to the business of the Shop. ??S- TERMS CASH.-?5$. J. M. WITT. Sept 5_:_tf_36 Strayed or Stolen, PROM Dennis Carpenter's Stables, on the night of-the 15th of Oct, one BAY HORSE MULE, five years old, mane and tail shaved, also marks of gea:,-Ho other marks remembered. Any in formation concerning the said mule will bo thank fully received. If delivered to me at Edgefield C. H. a liberal reward will be paid.' 8. SWEARINGEN. Nov. 15,_ tf V 46 Notice. LOST OR MISLAID a certain NOTE, or Sin gie Bill, for Two Thousand (2000) Dollars made payable to Wm. C. Moragno, Trusten, o? bearer, threo years aftor dato, with interest pay' able annually from date,-dated the 15th No. vember, 1860, and signed by R.. H. Sullivan Daniel Qnattlebum and Jas. B. Sullivan. I here by notify the signers not to pay it if presented bj another person. JOHN HUIET. Sept ll_2t? 37 Lost or Mislaid ANOTE or SINGLE BILL on Robt Lan?o for Eighteen hundred and sixty-six dollar and ninety-five cents ($1808,95) dated 13th May 1863 and due one'day after the dato thereof, am payable to Robt. D. Brunsen, or bearer. Al persons are forowarned not to trade for said hot aa it bas not been paid. ROBT. D. BRUNSON. Nov. 27,_4t _48. Maccaroni, &c. ?N Store, Superior MACCARONI, COR] STARCH, ISINGLASS, sparkling GELA TINE, io. '.' . HODGES A JENNINGS. NOT, H, tf 40. H-^^^ytfhaie 'gate;11 ?ASI have dupe tied 'of mv "Plan fat ?OT; , " JIL A Vintage," I will Boll nt.'PUBLIC GUTCHY, On TH URSD A Y,. Dc cern ber J lth. ? 183f, f?tUa cbwE^??jg,' ' *?' . CORN, ?PODDBE; PRA?, PDTA^OBS, ' ' HOUSEHOLD AND EfTt?HEN^PURN?I??CE ONS LABf?RSTRUP^BOILEBi *fy ONE FAMILY CABRMGE^AND .HARNESS/' ' (Nearly new -and ia jplendid order,) ?; .:<> ONE VEEY FINE BUAD WAGON; *i? . (Near, Ram bo's m ak d, ) ,; ' " : . ; -ONE FIN E-TONED ltMifflp'--'"* .?M. 1 i -BLA?iCSMl*Ta:.Tp.OiBS.-' t?-'-V . : And in fact everything, oa ' tbo-planratioe." " ? NOV 28 , , /.?^?y jatean To Re?it ?r SelV Tifr ENTIRE ^?^?^^S!! ITA Creek, sitaste two miles from my residence, . containing .- . . ? '. .. at ..:?*.*?.. ABOUT 1500 ACKKS. . Five hundred ?ores in. good condition for -a crop. of Grain or Cotton.1 All necessary buildings on' the" plaice-jruffioient to.employ a large fotfe. : Apply ' ????.? in -?"DANIEL HOLLAND. ?. ? Nor27; , . .-. ,,4t" .-.?i. > took to yotor lxter?^?^^ PUBLIC SAL.E. . . ;? IWILL sell at pnblio s?le/ ?tfT?EfifDAT, ?Stn'-' December, t?t my. residence, seven la?ae-BaA i of .Edgefield.C. H., . MY STOCK OF"CATTLE,H?GS AND GOATS, . TWO BUGGIES,. ONE CARRIAGE, . .n, ONE j>IANO, ONE SEWING. MACHINE, . ONE TWO HORSE. WAGON,'?? ONE OX CART, COR?, FODDER, PEAS, WHEAT, RYE, . ,: All my . HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, . PLANTATION TOOLS, ,': . ic., ?c. . Terms Cash on delivery, in specie or itaeqniv alent. , . 1 GEO. Mc. "WEVER. I Nov 15 S? : St 46 Public Salo. ON THURSDAY, the fth December, will?? .- sold at the residence, ot-thc Sui scriber, in Bdgefield District, on the Augusta Roadt four miles abov? Firry'a Ferry,- all his HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, CORN, FODDER, OATS, PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS, Blacksmith Tools, . ? ** ' ' > -' ONE SIX HORSE IRON-AXLE WAGON,' EIGHT HORSES AND MULES, . CATTLE; SHEEP, HOGS, . ONE LOT FINE RAW HIDES, Ac, Ac. Terms Cash, or Cash Notes with approved se enrity. . J. P. NIXON. Nov 14 . 4t* 4? Admiimtrator's Sale. IX pursuance of an order fr?m-W.. F. Dnrisoe, Ea q., Ordinary for Edgefi?ld. District, I will proceed to sell at tho late residence nf "P. W. . THURMOND, dee'd., on. TUESDAY, the 12th: Docember noxt, nil tho personal c?tate *f tho said deceased, consisting of ONE HORSE AND ONE MULE, ' ' CATTLE, STOCK AND'FAT HOGS, CORN AND FODDER, ' ' ONE 2 HORSE WAGON, "V ONE BUGGY AND HARNESS, PLANTATION TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD ?UENITUBB, COOKING UTENSILS, 4 c, Ac, Ac HST Torms Cash, in Specie. ?AK? JBL JarTH UR MOND, Ad'Ix. Nov. 28, 2t* . .48. q Administrator's Sale. BY an order from the Ordinary, I shall pro ceed to sell at the late residence of JAMES D. ?ERLONG, deceased, on TUESDAY, the 12th day of December nest, all tho personal Es tate of said deceased, consisting-in part as fol- . lows, vis: 7000 POUNDS GINNED COTTON, . HORSES. AND. MULES, AFINE LOT OF FAT AND.STOCK HOGS, CATTLE, SHEEP AND G OATS, CORN, FODDER, WHEAT AND OATS,. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, PLANTATION AND BLACK SMITH TOOLS, 1R0CKAWAY,1 BUGGY AND 1 WAGON, And various other articles. Terms,-Cash on delivery, in Specie. H.C. KERLONG, Adm'?. Nov. 24, 2t* . 48. Administrator's Sale. BY an order from the Ordinary, I sh al! proceed to sell at the lat? residence. of WILLIAM - II OLSON, deceased, OB FRIDAY, tho 8th Doc-am- - ber next, all the Personal Estate of said decea ied, consisting in part aa follows : HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, PLANTATION AND BLACKSMITH. TOOLS, WHEAT, CORN, FODDER AND SHUCKS, HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, ONE 52 GALLON'STILL, Ac.,. Ao. Terms,-Cash in specie. JAMES M. HOLSON, Adm'r, Nov; sr, . 2t* 48; Adiiiii?strator's Sale. IN pursuance of an. order from W. F. Durisoe, Esq., Ordinary for Edgefield District, Ithall proceed to soil on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of December next, at the late residence of SAM UEL BLACKWELL,. dccVl., all the personal . property of said deceased, consisting of 24 Bales Cotton * CORN, FODDER, COTTONSEED, FAT AND STOCK HOGS, r . . . CATTLE AND SHEEP,-. ,,,,?" ONE YOKE OF OXEN,-../ . -, HORSES AND MULES,. ', ONE BUGGY AND HARNESS, ' ONE WAGGON, BLACKSMITH TOOLS, ' HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, ? Ac, Ac, Ac, ' ' Temi of Soie,-Oaih, in Speele. ; .JOHN W. TOMPKINS, Adm'r. ? Nov. 25, , 3t ; , .48. Ex?cutor's Sal?. BY an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed to sell at the lato residence of A. B. ASBILL, deceased, on TUESDAY, tho 12th day of Decem ber next, all tho -personal Estate of said deceased;'.-. consisting, in part, as follows : . . HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, 1 GOLD WATCH, " 1 DOUBLE BARBEL SHOT GUN, FLOUR, COTTON,' CORN, FODDER; PEAS, . . HORSES, MULES, CATTLE AND HOGS, PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS,; ONE GIN HEAD, ONE WAGON, ONE BUG GY; ! Ac., Ac, Ai. ; Terms Caah, in Specie. - A. M. MITCHELL, Ex'or. . Nov. 27, 2t?" 48. . ..la_--2i2??-?-.' . ? ?. Cotton seed For Sale ! inn BUSHELS OF,PURE BOYD PRO-'" 4UU LIFIC COTTON SEED for Jiale.at Win ter Seat. These Cotton Sijei will produce on6- . fourth more lint per,acre than any other "seed I ever planted. Apply in time if yon. want thenu- . I also have 20.0 bushels of SEED OATS for 'alAword to the-.witt ls: rarfflelehir Come and hay, and grow rici. . 1 ^. " ; J- L.-HARMON. A s ample of tho Cotton Seed ?an be stan, at Ute . Adv?rf?s?* Oflo?. NOT. 39 * ?