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OLD SION OF " FIIANL?N'S HEAD." Corner King and Wentworth-eireets, CUARLESTOX, S. ? THE HORSE IN THE STABLE AND THE FIELD, by J. H. Walsh, (Sjonoaenge) oditor o? Tho Fieid," with 175 engravings, Loudon, $?.O0. FERNS : BRITISH AND FOREIGN, with a trc.ri .. >n their cultivation by Jno. Smith, A. L. S., Loudon. Numerous illustrations. So-50. SCIBNCE AND PRACTICE OF J? ARM CUL TIVATION. t>v Juma* Ruckman, Ltndfcn. St.00 WASTE PRODUCTS AND UNDEVELOPED SUBSTANCES: w, Hin',? for Enterprise in Neg lected Fluids, by P. L. Simmonds, London. $3.00. THE "USES OF ANIMALS TO MAN, by E. Lankost*r, M. D., F. R. 8., London. $1.75. POPULAR LECTURES ON FOOD, by Lnn kester. London. $1.75. BRITISH RURAL SPORTS, by Stonehenge, Loud MI. Illustrated. $5.00. THE SHOT-GUN ANO SPORTING RIFLE: and The Dogs, P-nie?, Ferrets, Ac, need with thom, by Stoiiehniir-, illustrated, L >ndon. $5.00. BEE KEEl'INw. by "The Times" Boo Master, wits illu.iratio.i?, L'adon. $3.u?. RESOURCES AN'D PROSPECTS OF AMER ICA, by Sir S. Marton Poto, Bart. Strahan. $2.00 MASTER AND SCHOLAR. Ac, Ac, by E. H. Pluintr??, M. Ai, Dedie?ted to the memory of John KoeM*f. author of the " Christian Lear," Strahan. $2.00. . STORIES THAT MIGHT BE TRUE, Ac, by Dora Greenwell, Strahan. $1.25. THE HIGHER EDUCATION OF WOMEN, by Emilv Davi.-s Strahan. $1.25. FAMILIAR LECTURES ON SCIENTIFIC SUBJECTS, by Sir John, F. W. Any of the above Books sent by Mail, FREE OF POSTAGE, on receipt of price. All Books sold nt Publisher's Catalogue price?, and sont FREE OF POSTAGE on receipt of price. Staiionrey, School and Text Books, Artists Materials. &c<, &e. SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PARISH LIBRA RIES supplied with Books on liberal terms. Es portal attention has beeu given to this class ot Bo AF, Address "HOLMES? BOOK HOUSE," CltARLKSTOX, S. C. Nov. 14, tf 46 "ESTABLISHED 1354. LBNGNlfl SEL?. Importers and Wholesale Dealers IN MILLINERY, STRAW, AND zpAisra^r GOODS, North Eiu;t Corner ?ftelfogond Mnktt Sf*. IN*VITE th? Trade to ox.iusine their fuTl and v*ri?d ac/ortmont of BONNETS ar.d HATS, trimmed and untrlirmed, RIBBONS, ol nil descriptions, FLO'VERS, FEATHER8, DRESS CAPS. NETS, VEILS, of newe?! de* uns, RUCHES, LACES.CRAPES, SILKS, CORBETS. HOOPS, ?c., Ac Charlofton, Oct 1 6m . 40 T. ?. HE undersigned, being the OLDEST IM PORTERS AND DEALERS IN OU ANO in Charleston, inform tbeir friends tUut they expect to receive regular iupplios of FEUE PERUVIAN Gl'AXO Direct from the Agents of the Peruvian Govern ment ut New York, which they will ?ell al al timos at lowest nurkut rates. Orders promptly filled. T. J. KERR * CO., Kerr's Whirf, Charleston, S. C. Cheleston, Nov. 6 6t 45 Gunpowder At Reduced Prices! IU Kegs, Half Kegs, Quarter Kegs and Canis ters. Qu .lity guaranteed equcl to any made. Apply to CHAS. H. I?IOISE, Wholesale Dealer in Groceries and Liquors, NO. O, HAYNE ST., CHARLESTON, S. C. 'Charleston, Nov. 6 1m 45 ISO. V, WILHAMS I rn, FACTORS, CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO. Commiss'n Merchants NEW YORK. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will be made on COTTON Consiguod to either House. Charleston, Oct 10 3m41 Millinery ! ! MRS. G. E. REED, Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer iii -STRAW AND FANCY GOODS, MAIN STREET, (Next Door t? Fishor A Heintish,) Columbia, S. C., INVITES THE TRADE to examine her FULL STOCK and VARIED ASSORTMENT of. BONNETS AND HATS, Trimmed and Untrimmed ; RIBBONS AND FLOWERS, Of all descriptions ; * LADIES' HAIR, In every Color and Shape, Aleo, .Plain and French CORSETS, which will be sold very low. Columbia, Oct 22 3m 43 .S. E. BOWERS, HAMBURG, S. C., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, COTTON FACTORS, AND DEALER IN GROCERIES, BACON, LARD, FLOUR, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, H TOBACCO, SEGARS, Ac, LAVING changed his Oro oe ry Agency into i GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS will take great plea?uro in moeting the wants of his old Friends aod Customers. He wiU p:iy tbe II IO II EST PRICE for COTTON, COUNTRY PRODUCE, ?rc, or will receive the same on Storage. ?&r Coniigmnocts respectfully solicited. Farmers aod Planter?, aud tho public generally, will find it to their interest tu give me a call. S. E. BOWERS. Hatolmrg, Oct. I, tf 40 /. E. COOK. JILEB M. BJSRBT ?00K & BERRY, LATS J. E. COOK A CO., Granite ville, S. C., DEALERS IN MY ?lifS, Groceries, Prags and Medicines. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Notions/ ?fcc. Oranitef iile, Oct 1 ?.n40 Taken Up BY thc Subscriber, a m diumsised BAY M ULE, I t ?which tho owner can get by proving proper- | y tr. and paying for thii advertisement. D' E. TILLMAN, ?f flt.?, M 47. . COME AND SEE - X. 33C & :E3C 1ST ??3 CO.fS HEAVY AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF FOREICfi AID DOMESTIC DRY GOOG8, A.t 262 !Broad Street, AAigusta. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Our friends and the public will find it to their advan tage to examine our Goods before they buy elsewhere. LONG CLOTHS, SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS, 08NABURGS, LINSEYS AND KERSEYS, COTTON FLANNELS, APRON CHECKS, JEANS, TICKINGS, CELECIAS, BROWN HOLLANDS, IRISH LINENS, DIAPERS, TABL? DAMASKS, TOWELLING, NAPKINS, BLACK AND COLORED DR KS S SILKS, L \DI ES' CLOAKS. Newest Style, SHAWLS, MOURNING GOODS, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CALICOES, IRISH LACKS, Imported, GLOVES, RIBBONS, PR ENC El AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS. COATINGS, GENTS' AND LADIES* HATS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS. C/5* In our Wholesale Dtinnrtinont we nfler a carefully selected STOCK of GOODS, an'd at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. In our Retail Deapartniou1, a variety inferior to.no other IL.usc in thc South. I. KAHN & CO. Augusta, Oct. 31 ' if 44 J C. Schreiner ? Sons, I J. C. Schreiner Sons, Macon, Ga. Savannah, Ga. JNO. ?UCHFE?ER ?SONS, No. 199 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA., KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HA SD A CHOICE SELECTION Of 300KS, STATIONERY, stvaso* AND PA.ICCY GOODS, ?Sff* All Ofden fiom th* Country Promptly At tended to. THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. AGENTS FOR STEINWAY A SONS, SOEBBELER A SCHMIDT'S AND GALE A CO.'S CELEBRATED PIANOS. Augusta, Nov. 5, 6m 45 SSTABLISHED IN 1850 THE Suhscri her would ro . ectfully in form tho ciiiiens "?f Etgcfield and the surround ing country, that he ke? p- a SPECIAL ESTAB LISHMENT tor the REPAIR ol WATCHES ind JEWELRY. All work entrusted to hie ?are will be exeouted promptly, neatly, and warranted fill one yoar. At his Store will bo found one of thc largest Stocks of Gold and Silver Watches, Of the best Eur -pentland Americio rr, ar. nf. ic tun in the S .utheru State?, with a solcct assort ment of RICH AND NEW STYLES ETRUS CAN GOLD JEWELRY. Set with Diamonds, PCHHS, Ruhics, Orientnl G*r .nets, Coral. Ac. AI.<o, SOLID SILVER WARE, confining of Tull TEA SETS, WAITERS, ICE AND WATER PITCHERS, CASTORS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS, SPOONS, And everything in'tlic Silver Ware linc. FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS. Colt's, Smith A Weston's,. Coopor's, Rcmming. ton's, Sharp's, Dcrringtr's, PISTOLS. And many othors of tho latest, invention. FINE CUTLERY! SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES, PERFUMERY, PORTMONIAES, AND FANCY GOOD-3 Of every variety to bo found in a first class Jew elry Establishment. A. PBONTAUT, One Dior below Augusta Hotel, 103 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. Oct 15 6m 42 JOHN C, BOHLER WITH H. WARNER & CO-, DEALERS IN FIN? LiQUORS; Family and Fancy Groceries, TOBACCO. CIGARS . AND SNUFF, PIPES OF ALL KINDS, FOWdWf Shot. Caps, FANCY NOTIONS AND Musical Instruments, AND ALL KIND OF STRINGS. ALSO, DEALERS IN Ready jVIafle Clothing, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ANO CAPS, PERFUMERY AND SWEET SOAPS, No. 112 und 144 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, QA. Nov. 6, 6m 45 FISK'S PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES AND CASKETS ? rllE Subscriber has just received an assort, m-.'nt of thuso beaotiinl Rosewood finish METALLIC CURIAL CASES and CASKETS Ur-twht and indestructible-for protecting andi ?reserving the D<ad-which he will fell at but ti j aoderate advance on orig?nateos ?nd transporta-"' ion. Whereverintroduced these Cai ;? have the .reference over all others. . . t^r O.-dors promptly filled. Terms, of course, trictly Caib. J. Jd. WITT. ' Edgefiold, nar 13 tf 1} BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, &c. CONLEY, FORCE & CO., .Augusta, Ga., THE OLDEST SHOE HOUSE IN GEORGIA, Wholesale and Retail k DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, LASTS, SHOE PEGS AND SHOE MAKING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING a large and well selected Stock of BOOTS, SHOES.'LEATH ER, ?c., which wc will sell at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES. ^52T*0ur Stock ia well adapted to suit the Country Trade. Call and examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. CONLEY, FORCE &, CO. Augusta, Sept 25 3m 39 iKTexv- Store NEw"aOODS,. 218 Broad Street, * AUGUSTA, GA. WE bog leave to inform the citisens of Edge field nnd vicinity that wc have removed to No I IS Broad Street, three doors above Plumb A Leitner's Drug Store, where wo will keep con stantly on hand a LAR?3E STOCK of Men's, Youth's nnd Boys' CLOTHING; Ladies'and illcn'M HATS, all kinds; HOOTS and SHOES, every variety; DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES; LadieV and Gents' FURNISHING GOODS ; HOOP SKIRTS and NOTIONS; TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS; Ladies' Travelling SATCHELS ; Also, a good Assortment of WATCH ES and JEWELRY. All of the above we will sell at a SMALL AD VANCE FOR CASH. We shall bo happy to re ceive a call from you, or be favored with your orders for all goods in our line. ??r- Country Merchants will do woll by giving us a call bcf'To purchasing elsewhere. LEVY & ASHER. Augusta, Oct 1 6m40 S undries. ?50iIIIDS. CHOICE BACON,- Clear Sides, Ribbed Sides, Regulars ana*Shoulders. 50 Bbls. Northern and Western FLOUR, IO Tierces Prime CAROLINA RICE, 125 Bbbls. Refined B. SUGAR, 5 Ilhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR, IO Bbls 1st Quality Golden SYRUP, IO Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES, 50 Bbls. Large No. 3 MACKEREL, 1000 Sucks Choice Broad CORN 75 Boxes FAMILY SOAP, 30 Boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES, 75 Bbls. und Boxes CRACKERS and BIS CUITS 50 Bbls. Bourbon and other WHISKEYS Large Lot of CASE LIQUORS all varieties, 25 doz. HEID5ICK CHAMPAGNE, Pints, and Quarts, 40 Cafks BURTON ON TRENT ALE, in Pints and Quarts, 10 Cho?ts Jenkins A Co's, TEAS in Small Packages, 75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, assorted Sises, CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES, RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER, GINGER, SPICES, 100 Kegs LARD, 500 Sacks SALT, Largo lot of BAGGING and ROPE always arriving, And every thine usually kopt in my lino, For salo by A. STEVENS. Augusta, Sept 4, tf 36 IVAGON AP BUfKSMITfl SHOPS. FlIE Undersigned gives notice that he is now ireparod to havo REPAIRED in a good and rorkmanlikc manner, WAGONS, CARRIAGES, tUGGIES, and other Vehicles that may be rought to his Shops, ut fair and reasonable pri os for Cash. NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will Iso bc put up in tho best style, and on as rcason ble terms ns cnn bo afforded. slaving EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCED 1 i'OBKMENIii'hriv Shop?, nnd a gord supply of ie BEST SEASONED TI M RE R, no pains ?ill o ?pared to give entire anti.faction.to thi'Se who ^ tay send their work to those Shop>. j y W. W. ADAMS, j < Sept, ?? t? . Z9 Is s?ablished in Oharieston in 1837, And in Augnsta in 1848. rllE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing the residents of Edgefieid and tbe adjoin ng Districts that he has beon appointod Agent br the THREE BEST PIANO MAKERS IN THE WORLD, vis: STEINWAY A SONS, New York, CIIICKERINO A SONS, Boston, HAZELTON BROS., New York. And ho will sell their Instruments at FACTO RY PRICES, with freight added. Persons wishing to purchase a SUPERIOR PIANO FORTE will please send for Cireulars ind Illustrated Catalogues, and they will find they can purchase from the BEST MAKERS, at ns Low Price? BB they can nf inferior ones. Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent free of all charges. GEO. A. OATES, 24f&Jroad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. jE?f-Also, Agent for Mason A Hamlin's cele brated CABINET ORGANS. Apr 2-1 tf ;i7 MOORE & CO, OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, 285 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Bran ovinDiMii nfl IRON, STEEL, NAILS, AXES, HATCHETS, SMITH^BELLOWS, ANVILS, VICES, HAMMERS, CHAINS, HOES, STRAW CUTTERS, CORN SHELLERS, PLOWS, HARROWS, SHOVELS, SPADES, COOKING UTENSILS, CARPENTERS? TOOLS, POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY, ?kc, ?kc. ?kc. August?, Nor. 10 3m 46 JONES, SMYTH & CO.. 193 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA., Wholesale and ?tetail DEALERS IN STOVES, RANGES, TIN WARE, A.c.. &C., OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE CELEBRATED Harvest Queen Cook Stove, Of various sires, cither with or without Copper Doilor attached. This Stove hos been favorably known in the South for several years, and from tho large number sold since the War wo can safely recom mend it aa being just what is required for this section of country, and when furnished with Copper Boiler forms as complete a Cook Stove as ever offered to the public. Wo also keep a large supply of general House Furnishing Goods, such os Silver Plated, Bri tania and Planished Ware, Wooden and Willow Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac. gy Wo would call tho atjention of Country Merchants to our Stock of Manufactured Tin Ware, which we offer to thc trade at very low prices. JONES, SMYTH & co, Formerly S. S. JONES A CO. Augusta, Aug 27 3m35 I^urnitiire ! THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE on hand, and are receiving, a FINE ASSORTMENT of SUPERB FURNITURE, Which thoy effor AT VERY LOW FIGURES. They aio also prepared to MAKE TO ORDER and REPAIR any thing in our line of business at short uotico. Cano-Bottom Chairs RE-SEATED at a living price, at 137 Broad Street, opposito Monument Square WEST & I?IAY. June 11 6m 24 W. J. BLAIR, A. J. SMITH, W. W. KEEN, Augusta. Augusta. Danville, Va. BLAIR, SMITH & CO, TOBACCO AGENCY, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 208 Broad Street, -A/ugnst, Geo. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to SALE OF TOBACCO, COTTON, FLOUR. URAIN, BACON, LARI), WHISKEY,BAGGING, ROPE, TWINS, PRODUCE, und Merchandise of ovory description. .^-Consignments and Orders respectfully so licited. AnguBta, Oct 1 3m 40 A. A. Bf.ALL. J. H. STBARS. W. H. PORTER. BEAU, SPEARS & CO,, WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Firc-rroof Warehouse, No. C, Campbell Street, AUGUSTA, GA. WILL GIVE STRICT PERSONAL ATTE TION TO STORAGE and SALE of COTTON, GRAIN, BACON, FLOUR, AND OTHER D RODO CE. ??-Orders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMI LY SUPPLIE8 promptly filled. The usual CASH ADVANCES mado on pro duce in atoro. The patronage of their Friends and tho Public generally respectfully solicitod. Augusta, Sept 2S_3tn39 J. W. BACOH. . J. J. BACON. J. W BACON & BRO,, Wholesale and Retah Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, LEATHER, RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING, Wood Hames, Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, S .oe Findings, French and American Calf Skins, And all other kinds of Leather, fcc,, 169 Broad Street, UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL AUGUSTA, GA. ^-SADDLES and HARNESS Repaired and made to order. Angosta, Oe 22 3m 43 FLEMING & WRIGHT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. I, Warreu Block, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA, BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION BACON, LARD, FLOUR, GRAIN, AND SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. ^aSrConsignments of COTTON particularly solicitod, for which we have CLOSE, FIRE PROOF STORAGE. Augusta, Aug 18, 4m S3 ttQft A MONTH I-AGENTS wanted fori Wi/Xjiix entirely nett article, juht ?Ot. Ad- j ?re? 0. T. GARBY City Building, HiJdleford tU. Jans 6 hjwly Jj j PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S SUITS will bu thu name of the Dew stylo of tarmerrts shortly to bo introduced to tho public. Ka early as brought out will be offered to the 'ash amii bl e publie at our Now Store, whore a nore perfect RECONSTRUCTION in the improvement of our premises has lately boen achieved. It is our old stand beautifully and tastefully remodelled and finished, where we hope to meet our numerous friends and customers. We assure them that our old POLICY in conducling our business on tho ONE PRICE SYSTEM has proved a success beyond our most sanguine expectations. Low prices and fair ?cul ing aro bouud to bo TRIUMPHANT in every part of tho globe, and in every branch of commerce. Tho commercial year, juxt opening will find us well prepared to meet thc wauts of our numerous cu.-tura erg. Our goods are of tho best quality AND WILL BE found as cheap as the cheapest. The scarcity of money in our midst, combined with the partial fniluru of thc principal crops, will necessitate a rigid economy to bo ADOPTED BY ' the majority of our citizens. Our ruricd stock will cnublo them to mutee such selections as are suitable tn their incomes. The beautiful styles of oar olothing oro not only provorbinl at homo, bat also by travellers passing here from ALMOST EVERY STATE who accord us the pr.ii.-c for cheapness and tho durohility of our garment'. We also offcer nt the vory lowest pri?es, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Yaukcc Nations, either at wholesale or re tail, aj cheap as any house IN THE UNION. Oar motto is "THE NIMBLE PENNY IS BETTER THAN THE SLOW SHILLING." Wo guarnn'.eo lowost prices-??test fashions. Clothing made of tho best material?. Cull and examine for yourselves at I. SIIVIO* & BROTHER Fashionable Clothing Emporium, 224 BROAD STREET, Augusta, Ga., Oct. 15, . tf 42. State of South Carolina, EDGEFIEL? DISTRICT,' ' IN ORDINARY. . ? BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq.,Ordinaryof Edge field District. . .Whereas,Z. W. Carwile CB. E.D.,has applied to me for Lot'.ers of Administration, on all and sin gular tho goo.1.s and chattels, rights and credits of Goorge H. Timmorman, lato of the District aforesaid decoased. These arc, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, thekindred andcrcditors ol the said docoased, to bc and appcarbofore mc, at our next Ordinary "?.Cuurlfor tho said District, to bo h olden at Edgcfiold Court House, on thc 6th day of Dec. next, to shoAV cause, if any, why the said .administration should not bc granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 26th day of Oct. in tho yoar of our Lord, one thous and eight hundrod and sixty-six, and in the ninotyflrst year of tho sovereignty and Indepen dence of tho United States of America. W.F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Oct. 31 6t 44 State of South* Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. /.V ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edgefield District. Whereas, Z W. Carwile, C.E^.D., has applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of Edward Howlo, late of tho District aforesaid, dee'd. These are, therefore, to cite anu> admonish all and singular, tho kindred and creditors of tho said deceased, to be and appear before me, at oar next Ordinary's Court for the said District, robe holden at Edgefield C. H., OD thc 6th day of Dec. next, to show cause, if any, why the said administration should nett be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 25th day of Oct. in tho year of our Lord, ono thou sand eight hundred and sixty-six, and in the 91st year of American Independence. W. F. DURISOE,O.E.D. Oct. 30_6t_44_ State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. BY \V. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge field District. Whereas, Jas. A. Devore, has applied to me for Letters of Administration, with the will annexed, on all and singular thc goods and chattels, ri eli ts and crodits of James M. Lanham, lato of tho Dis trict aforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, tho kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to bc and appear before mo, ot our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield Court House on thc 3rd da; of Dec. next, to show c.iuse, if any, why thc said administra ion should not bo granted. Given under my hand ard seal, thie 19th day of j Nov. in thc year of our Lord one thousand eight hundrod and sixty-six and in thc uiroty-firf.t year of American Independence. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Nov. 20,_2t _47 State of South Carolina^ EDGEFIELD DILTR1CT, IN ORDINARY. BY W. P. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo fiold District. Whereas, A. Hollingsworth has applied to me for Lettors of Administration, with tho wiUan nexed, on all and singular the goods and chatties, rights and ere ii s ofttimes S. Harrison late of the District aforesaid, deceased. These aro, tborefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of the sai<i deceased, to bo and appear before me, at oar next Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to be boldon at Edgefield C. H., on the 3rd day of Dec. noxt, i-> show oansc, if any, why tho said administration should not be granted. (??von nader my hand and seal, this 19th-day of | Nov. in tho year of our Lord one thousand'eight hundred and sixty-six and in the ninety-first year of Amorican Independence. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Nov. 20, 2t 47i State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURISOE, Esqr., Ordinary of Edge fiold District. Whereas, Z. W. Carwile, C.E.E.D. has applied to ino for Letters of Administration, on all and sin gular tho gnndl and chatties, rights and credits of J Rnrtlcy M. Martin, late of the District aforesaid, de-eased. , Thcso are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, abo kindred and creditors of tho said deceased, to be and oppeor before mc, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to bc holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 29th day of Dec. next, to show cause, if any, why the said administration should nut be granted. Given undor my hand and seal, this 19th day of Nov. in thc year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-six and in the niuety-first year of American Independence. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Nov. 20, 6t 47 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Wm. G. White and others, vs. Joseph V. W%itc NewollT. White, J. Bill for Partition. Blumer White, Wiley Harrison and his wife Sa rah and othors. J IT appearing to my satisfaction that tho Defen dants Joseph V. Whito, Nowell T. White, Blu mer White and Wiley Harrison and his wife Sarah, and Pickons Minor, reside bejond the lim its of this State, It is therefore ordered that the above warned Defendants do appear and plead, answer or demur to the bill in this caso, within thrrc months fmm tho publication of this order, or tho said bill will bo taken pro con/eno against them. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D. Qct. 20th 1SCC. 3m 48 Estate Notice. THE CREDITORS of tho Estate of AUGUS TUS JAIRO, dee'd., nro hereby notified to meet mc in thc Ordinary's Office, at Edgefield C. H., on Tuesday, the 4th December next, ns on that day I will inako a final settlement on said Estate. I. B. STONE, Ad'or. . Nov. 13, 41* 46 Wanted. AGENTLEMAN, competent to Teach, dosircs ] a situation as Teach* r ufa school in the i sountry. Apply at ?bis office. j | WOT; 7, tc* 45. j Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa, to me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge-field C. H., on he first Monday in December next, the following iroperty, in tho following cases, to wit : John Choatham jp Jateos Boyd; Abner W. Manton vs The Same; C.B. Bast?n, Assignee, vs 'hilip Boyd, James Boyd and William Strom, )ne Tract of Land containing Three ITundred ind Sevenly-fivo (375) Acres, more or. less, ad orning lands of Sam. C. Strom, John B. Griffis md others, levied on os tho property of the De endant James Boyd, dee'd. S. S. Jone's A Co. vs C. L. Befo, S. F. Goode ind A. G. Teague; Other Plaintiffs vs C. L. Rcfo, One Lot of Land in the Village of Edgefield now occupied by Lewis McCullough, containing Three Aores, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs. Sa rah White, Dr. R. T. Mims and others, levied on ns the property of the Defendant, C. L. Refo. Thomas P. Magrath vs A. Bushnell, M. A. Ransom A S. S. Boyce, Ex'ors. of Benj. Gallman, doc'U ; Benj. G. Byan va S. S. Boyce, A. Bush nell and M. A. Ransom, Ex'ors., One Tract of Land containing Fivo Hundred (500) moro or less, adjoining lands of A. J. Hughes, Jumes L. Mathis, Mrs. M. Swearengin and others, levied on as the property of tho Estate of Benj. Gall man, dee'd. M. C. Taggart and wife vs M. A. Crafton, Ex ecutrix, and others; The Bank of Hamburg, S. C., Assignee, vs Martha A. Crafton ; TbeBi.nk*of Hamburg vs The Same ; Various other Plaintiffs vs The Same, One Tract of Land containing Thirteen Hundred (1300) Acres, moro or less, ad joining lands of Joreph Crafton, Thomas McKic, Joseph Meriwether and others, loviod on as the property of the Defendant Mrs. Martha A. Craf ton. Naylor A Smith vs John L. Harmon ; James P. Gravis vs The Same ; Other Plaintiffs vs The Same, Ooc Tract of Land whereon the Defendant now resides, known as Winter Scat, containing Eight Hundred (SOO) Acres, moro or less, adjoin, ing lauds of Thomas Perrin, W. B. Dorn and otters. James P. Carroll, Assignee, vs Edward Welch, J. D. A. Bell and G. W. Strom, One Tract of Land containing Two Hundred and Fifty Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of.D. D. Bronson, Mrs. Susan Brunson and W. H. Moss, levied on as the property of Edward Welch. Elijah Still vs Jus. C. Stidham, Geo. Free and John; Stidham, Ono Tract of Land containing Ono Hundred and Fifty (150) Acres,jmore or less, adjoining lands of Theo. Dean, Robt. Bryan, Mrs. Rosey Stidham and otbers, levied on as thc property of tho Estate of John Stidhom, dee'd. Waldo A Addison, Ex'ors., vs' Robert G. La mar, Thos. G. Lamar and Tho?. W. Whatley, One .Tract of Land containing Three Thousand (3000) Acres, more or less, on Horse Creek, ad joining lands of Estate of Thomas G. Lamar and others, levied on as the property of the Defen dant Robt. G. Lamar. - J. P. Quattlebuin, Adm'or., vs William Quattle bnm, One Tract of Land containing Two Hun dred and five (205) Acres, moro or ICM, lying on Reedy Crock, whereon the Defendant now resides, adjoining lands of Hugh Moseloy, John A. Cole man and others. I will also sell, by virtue of the writ in the above stated case, on Wednesday following, the 5th Dec. next, at the residence of the Defendant, the following proporty, viz : Ono Horse, ono lot of Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Stock of Cattle, Bogs, Sheep, one Wagon, one Buggy, Farming Utetuils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. TERMS CASH. W. SPIRES, s.E.D. Sheriff's Office. Nov 10_ 4tc4G Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of Writs of Fi. Fa. to me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., OL tho first Monday in Decembornext, the following property in the following cases, to wit : T. J. Thurmond, T. 0. Thurmond, P. D. Thur mond vs. Honrietta Jennings ; P.D. Thurmond and T. O. Thurmond vs Tho Same, Ono Tract of Land containing One Thousand (1000) Acres, moro or less, whereon tho Defendant Mrs. Hen rietta Jennings now resides, adjoining lands ot P. D. Thurmond, Estate of E. Hussey and others. -ALSO I will sell, by virtue of the said Writs in thc tbovo mentioned cases, on FRIDAY, the 7th dav of December, and d?y following, at tho residence of the Defendant Mrs. Henrietta Jennings, the personalty of said Defendant, consisting of Eight Head of Horses and Mules, Stock of Cattle and Hogs, Ono Waeon, ono Carriage, one Buggy, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Implements, Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Ac, Ac. /?-TERMS CASH. WM. SPIRES, S.K.D. NovlO 2t 47 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. John F. Bu mi, Adru'r., with Will an- ' nexod, of Estate of Joseph E. Morgan, doccasod, Applicant. 1 poj, ? vs. Nancy M. Brunson and Joseph E. Brunson, Defendants. j BY Virtue of nn Order from thc Ordinary, shall proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on he first Monday in December next, for Partition, the REAL ESTATE of JOSEPH E. MORGAN, lecoased, situuted in tho District and St ile afore .aid, containing Ono Hundred and Nine (109) Acres, moro or le's, and bounded by lands of L. (3. Cochran, Tandy Buckbalter and others. * TERMS-Cash in Specie, or its equivalent ic Currency. Titles extra, WM. SPIRES, S.E.D. Nov. 10, 3to , .47 The State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN ORDINARY. Moses P. Walton and wife, Lucy \ Ann, Applicants, vs. \ ForPartit'n. John S. Floyd and wife Susan I Ann, Applicants. J >Y nn order from tho Ordinary, I fhall proceed } to sell nt Edgefield C. H., on thehr.?f Monda) in December next, for Partition, the REAL ES TATE of MARION A COOLEMAN, deceased, sit uated in the District and State aforesaid, contain ing One Hundred and Ninety-time (193) Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands of A. J. Holl inan, Estate of Joseph Griffiths, Estate of Thomas Coleman nnd others. TERMS,-On n oredit of twelve months. Pur chaser to givo Bond and approved Securities and a Mortgage to tho Ordinary to secure the purchase money. Costs to bo paid in Cash. Titles extra. Wu. SPIRES, S.E.D. Nov. 10, St 46 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. Elizabeth Franklin, Jesse Franklin and others, Applicants, ! For Par'n. George Sbarpton and wifo Nancy and others, Defendants. BY an O.der from the Ordinary, I shall pro ceed to soil at Edgefield Court House, on the first Mondny in Docember next, for Partition, the BEAL ESTATE of BARTLEY FRANKLIN, decoased, situated in tho District and Stato afore said, containing Two Hundred and two (202) Acres, mere or less, and bounded by lands of L. Gooiillion, Levi Moyer, Richard Gregory, Sr., and others. TERMS-On a oredit of twelvo months. Pur cbnsor to givo Bond and approved Securities, and a Mortgage to the Ordinary to secure the purchase money. Costs to bc paid in Cash, in Specie. Titles extra. WM. SPIRES, S.E.D. Nov. 10,_3t 46 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. L. B. Smith and wife Rebecca, \ Applicants, Tia. fFor Par'n. Lela Drogden, Cornelia Brogden jed j William Btogdon, minois, Defond'ts. j BY an Order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed to soil at Edgefield Court House, on tho first Monday in December next, for Partition, the REAL ESTATE of JOHN BROGDEN, deceased, sjtuated in the District and State aforesaid, con taining One Hundred and Twenty-seven (127) Acres, moro or less, and bounded by lands of B. Boat wright, Lewis Holmes, Estate of Jesse Satch er and otbers. TERMS-On a credit of twolve months. Pur chaser to give Bond and approved Securities, and a Mortgage to the Ordinary to securo the pur chase money. Costs tobe paid in Cash, in Specie. Titlos extra. Wy. SPIRES, S.E.D. Nov. 10,_3t_46_ Sate of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Zedekiah Watkins, Adm'r., j Bm fof ^ of Ljmd fohn F. Clark, et al. J and Relief. IT appearing to my satisfaction, that John F. Clark and John B. Vance, two of the Defin ?ante in this cause, reside beyond the limits of Hie State, On motion by Mr. JONES, Sol. for Com plainant, It is Ordered tbnt they do plead, answer ir demur to thc bill within three months from the lublicatinn of thii order, or on default thereof, hat a decreo pro COM/MM bo rendered against Jjem. Z. W. CARWILB, C.E.E.D. Sept, 7, ISM gan J ;OMMISSIONER'S SALES. State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. ydney Murphy aad others'! v vs. > loses Harris, et. al. . J BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in this case, I will sell at the residence of thc In'o 7T.TZ LDETH MURPHY, on THURSDAY Ho 6iu uay >f DECEMBER NEXT, the following REAL and PERSONAL estate described in the pleadings, o wit: ONE TRACT OP LAND, on Shaw's Creek, eon aining One Hundred and Forty-nine Acres, more ir less, adjoining lands of Benj. Hatcher, Dr. M. o'. Long, Tbos. Atkins and others, Also, HORSES, CATTLE, HUGS, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS, ?c., ?c., <tc. The land sold on a credit of twelve months, sxeept costs of suit, which must be paid in cash. Purchaser to give band with two good sureties, ind a mortgage of the premises to secure tho pur gase money. Tiles extra. Personalty sold for Dash. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D. Nov. 12,_4t 46 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, M EQUITY. Amanda E. Ether idge, Adm'or., ) vs. [ Bill for Par. Elizabeth F. 0. Etheredge, et al. J BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in this cause, I will proceed to sell on the premises on TUESDAY, tho 4th day of DECEMBER, NEXT, tho REAL ESTATE of GILFORD ETH EREDGE. dee'd., to wit: ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Three HUNDRED and Fifty Acres, moro or less, ad joining lands of Jeremy Wise, Calvin Fellers, David Wiso and others. Sold on a credit of one and two years, with in terest from day of Suie, except costs of suit and expense of sale, ?hieb must be paid in Cash. Purchaser to givo bond and adequate personal snre.ies and a mortgage of the premises to seenre the purchase mom y. Titles extra. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.Z.D. Nov. ll St 40 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, ::N EQUITY. Leah D. Ramage, Adm'r'x., ~) va, ' > Bill for Partition. . Mci vc rd a Ramage, and others J BY virtue of an order of the Court in this cause, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., nu Mon day, the 3rd of December next, the following REAL ESTATE described in the pleadings, to wit: ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Four Hundred Acres, n ore or less, adjoing lands of the ? Estate of Jacob l ope, dee'd., and others. Sold on a credit of one and twe years with in terest from day of Sale, except costa of snit, which must be pa d in cash in specie. Purchaser to give bond, with two go<-d sureties, and a mort gage o? tho premises to secure the purchase mo ney. Titles Extn.. Z. W. CARWILE, C.B.B.D. Nov. 6, 1366 _4t_ 45 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Mary E. Byrd, Ada's., j pm (Q ^ ^ Daniel Pickons Byrd. j EttaU dc' B*T virtue of an order of the Court in this canse, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on MONDAY, the 3rd of December next, the following REAL ESTATE, described in the plead, .gs, to wit: ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Two Hun dred and Ten Acms, more or less, adjoining lands .f Hoary Spikes, Willis Ross, Augustus Hacket md others. Said Lands will be sold, reserving the widow's lower, on a credit of twelve ?ontbs, with inter est from day of Sale, except Cos,- of Snit and lixpenscs of ."ale, which must be paid in cash in specie. Purchaser to give bond with two good sureties and a mortgage of the premises to secure the purchase money. Titles extra. Z. W. CARWILE, C.B.B.D. Nov. .6,_4t_45__ State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Elmina Rush, \ Bill for ?af* vs. \ of Beal Et M. W. Clary, Wilson Abney1,?I. al.) tal? Ac. BfiY virtue of an order of the Court in this I cause, I will soil at Edgefield C. H., on MON DAY 5th November next, the REAL ESTATE described in the pleadings, to wit : The HOMESTEAD TRACT containing Fivsj Hundred and Twenty-seven Acres, more or less, '?'joining lands of Mrs. Martha Abney and landa ol the late Ed war?, and William Coleman. Tho MILL TRACT, containing Twonty-five Acre?, more or less with a set of Merchant Grist md Saw Mill?, on Saluda River. Sold on a credit of twelve months with interest from day of sale, except ns to costs, which must be paid in cash in specie. Purchaser to give bonds with two good sureties, with a mortgage of the premises to secure thc purchase money. Titles Extra. Z. W. CARWILE, C.B.X.D. Nov. ? 4t 45 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Nathanial Ramcy, "I Bill for Can vs. \ eellation of L. S. Johnson and wjfo and others J deed, kc., BY virtue of an order of the Court in tbia cause, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on MON DAY the 3rd December next, the REAL ESTATE, described in the pb ladings, to wit: A HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND in the eorpo* rato limits of Edge jeld Village, containing Three. Acres, more or les.*, adjoining lands of Chas. M. Gray, John Colgan and others, recently occupied by Capt. Tillman H. Clark? TERMS-Sold un a credit of ono year, wita interest from day of salo, except costs of suit, which must be paid in cash in specie. Purchaser to give bond with two good sureties and a mort? gage of the premises to sccuro the purchase mo ney. Titles Extra. Z. W. CARWILE, c.s. B.D. Nov. 6 4t 45 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Mary E. Byrd, Adis., ) va / DanL P. Byrd, et al. ) THE Creditors nf DANIEL BYRD, dee'd., are required, by order of Court, to prove their demands before th* Commissioner, on or before tho lat of January next, or in default be barred from any interest in the decree to be pro nounced herein. I Z. W. CARWILE, C.K.K.D. Nov 12,18G6. yt 4C State of South Carolina,. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. S. W. Gardner, Adm'or., \ va- I Anna Mays, Sam, Mays, et al. j. THE Creultore of JOHN B. GARDNER, de ceased, are required, by order of the Court, to prove their demanda before the Commissioner, on or before the 1st January next, or in default thereof, bc barred from any interest in thc decree to be pronounced korain. Z. W. CARWILE, c.K.E.D. Nov 12, 1956. 7t. 46 State of South Carolina^ EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. James A. Dozier, Adm'or., ") vp. J Frances H. Tillmai-, et, al. } BY virtue of an ore or of the Co ?rt in this case,, the creditors of IENJ. P. TILLMAN, doc'd.k are required to come n and have their claims be? fore me on or beforo - ho first day of December next, and on failure tc- do so they shall be deprived of all benefit from any decree to bo mado in the Z. W. CARWILE, c.s.CD. Oct 10, 1866, ' yt State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, INEQUITY. W. J. Ready, Ex'or., va. Camilla Blalock, et. IN pursuance of an order of the Courtj?n this canse, all and singular the creditors of P. R. BLALOCK, dee'd, ara required to come in and prove their respective claims, befon the Commis ?ioner, hythe first di-.y of January next, and in, iefuult thereof that they be barred from all bene-, fit of the decree to be pronounced herein. Z. W. CARWILE, CJLBJ). Nov. 1,1505, 8t 44. al. J .