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The Little Came.
The latest phase of the little game is to
keep the two-thirds. As malters now stand
!be Radicals are some ten or twelve .-hort of I
a two-thirds in the Forty-first Congress. To
do away with this overplus of Democrats and
thereby put the ring in Grant's nose, should
the General prove restive, is a prime object,
and this is the way they meau to do it. Im
primis, the word bas gone out from Wash
ington and waked into galvanic life a certain
select decoction, five in number, of that
learned body that, from the antecedents of J
its membership, was known as the Mississippi
Chain-gang Convention. This decoction,
styled committee, has nil of a sudden dis
covered that the negro constitution was not,
after all, defeated in Mississippi by 7,6*21)
rotes, as officially reported by the district
commander, but~seve:i strong ?Ati^tcn?s'?lta
tioa counties being thrown out-was carried. \
Whorefore the said quintuple crew, in a re
- script dated the third of this month, announce
that the affair has been " duly ratified and
adopted," and divers carpet-bag and ncsro
gentry elected as State officers and to Con
gress. These latter resurrections being five
(5) in number, it follows that, on the adop
tion of this manifesto by Congress, as it will
be adopted, the trooly loil will add at one fell
blow five brand-new carpet bag votes to their
depleted ranks. Further than this, it Las
been ascertained, as a Washington special to
the Pon? ls good enough to tell us, that there
was such " rebel terrorism"' in Louisiana as
kept the loi! negroes, who made bread and
meat for the Confederate armie3 when they
could not have been forced so to do, from the
polls. This means, ofcour.se, that a sufficient
?umber of affidavits at $-a piece have
been prepared to make a good basis for cast
iog out the five Louisiana Democratic Con
gressmeu-p'^cr, wb-reby it but remains f r
loll to ou-t two, at rnf-st, thre.? more
einocrats to get their two-thirds. This is
soon done, as it is now being ''ascertained
that in Georgia there was also a terrorism
which lost the Sute to Grant. This done,
out go seven Georgia Democrats, and toi'a
tho two-thirds. Then let" Let-uvb^e peace'
Wag bis head Johnsoniz:ngly at .us j! he
dare, and we, unto whom is given the ful
uo-s of the earth, not forgetting the two thirds,
will show him on which side of the he< _
shines the sun. What a little game it is, to
be sure.-X. Y. World.
LACE COTTO.V.-The Rusk (Texas) Ob
server has tho following:
This is the name of a new variety < f cot
ton, introducediuto this county by our friend.
Rer. Jesse Carter. The seed was procured
in New Orleans about three years since, and
this season he will bc enabled to furnish some
for sale. He speaks of it as superior to any
other varieties for poor or uplands, of a strong
and healthy growth, and yields heavily.
A letter from Mr. Murchison, of the cot
ton factory near Palestnc, (Texas,) publi>h
ed in the Observer, says this cotton M superi
or to any he ever worked-"one thread w.ll
hoist 7 J pounds weight-the best of Ameri
can cotton will hoi? t 5 pounds." Lie adds
" Mr. Barritt, the Englishman that manages
my factory, says the cotton you sent rae re
sembles the Egyptiau cotton, and is worth
in England \ more than Americau. By com
paring the staple with other conon you will
lind it longer, firmer and stronger."
EXTENSIVE NEW PHOSPHATE WORKS.-We
understand that a company, with a capital of
$1,000,000, have leased the premises known
as Biker's Billi, and iutend to erect commodi
ous works for the manufacture of fertilizers
out of the Carolina phosphates, so plentiful
in the locality. Buildings are now in pro
gress of construct:OD, which when completed
will cost $12.000. AU the necessary appli
ances of machinery for grinding and crushing
the rock in its natara! state are to be speedi
ly obtained and put up. The wharf leading
out to the stream is to be strengthened, and
a railway laid to facilitate the loading of ves
sels, which will not be deterred taking it?
cargo at any tide, as the depth of water is
sufficient under all circumstances. The ef
fect of the discovery of this important article
is already being felt; a house in New York
that t'sed ty sell ?50,000 worth of the fertili
zer in our midst alono, is storing their prop
erty, uot only here, but even out west, as lar
as Cincinnati-thc demand for the Carolina
article exceeding all others--Charleston
A most wonderful surgical operation was
recently performed in Newton, Mass., being
the removal of an ovarian tumor weighing
ninety pounds, from the body of a woman
a^ud 53 year*-. The operation occupied one
Lour and ten minutes. The lady's condition
is critical, but the indications are that she
will r?nover. The tumor had been tupped
ni-ven timf-s, and including the mucus mat
ter removed from her in fourteen months,
weighing more than five hundred pounds.
TLe tumor extended nearly around her body.
A quarter of a century a?o nobody wjuld
have undertaken Mich an operation.
? proposition bas jutt been wade to aban
don the entire existing system of e jlltctinj; the
revenue, ?nd assjrs direct taxes upon the Stnlcs
Tho ?eheme require.'' t'.at but one assessment and
ratio of business, proSts ?nd incomes shou'dlc
made, and a just proportion of the ri quired reve
nue Hpportioned, in accordance with.such assori
inent and ruii", tu the respectiva States, to bc col
lected hy officers duly sleeted ?nd charged with
tho duties of collecting under the laws thereof.
%3^" A Washington letter in the Baltimore
Gozttt' says that a decidedly hi-tter feeling >eini(
to prevail among leading radicals now here thar
existed Inftwiutur. I may *ny tl. it there ?si
prospect of removing the disabilities under nhill
Southern ni .-u are now prostrated.
?3?T The Warrenton (Va.) twit* says : " (jen
John S. Preston, of South Carolina, wus iu towt
la.-t week, looking after land. We understand hi
proposes to settle in this neighborhood, and de
vote bim-elf to the ?razing Hnd raising of cattle.'
_?2ir Chung and Eng, the Siamese twins, suilet
in tho .-teamer Iowa, on Sunday, for Ghssgow
on the way to Paris, where the cord which has s<
leng united them is to be severed.
XST There died, Ml Monday week last, in Bal
timore County, at the ripe age of NO years, i
Colored man namod J.u-k Cox. "Jack," as hi
??f familiarly termed in the neighborhood, wa,
?wt\l known, and was quite a character.
jtS" Thc people of Fredericksburg, Virginia
have an emigration society in process of forma
An English court has separated a boy o
fi liter, from his wife, and sent him into tho coun
(ry to learn a trado nnd grow up, before he cai
bc allowed to live with her. Ho had married bi
norse. .. - ' / .
The negro ra e constitutes .one-fifth o
Ration ot tho United States. . ',
Benjamin Waldo, ")
vs. [FL Fa,
Giles D. Minis. J
IN pursuance of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed,
ia the above stated case, I will proceod to sell
at Edgefiold C. II. on the first Monday in January
next, the following property to wit :
ONE Tit ACT OF LAND belonging to Dcfend
I ant, containing Twenty-Five Hundred Acres,
more or less, and bounding on landa of Willis
Sanders, Wilson Sanders, James Brogden and
Frank II. Posey. Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Dec 14 4te 51
Renj. Roper, T. C., )
M. B. Wever.
D. W. Christian, Agent,
?N pursuance of Executions to mo directed,
in thc above stated cases, I will proceed to sell
At Edgcfield C. II. on tho first Monday in Janua
ry next, the following proporty to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Three
Hundred and Eighty-nine Acres, moro or less,
belonging to Defendant, and boundeu by lands of
J. A. Bland, R. W. Cannon and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Dec 14 4te 51
J. A. Bland, Ex'or. for C. Lowry,
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to mo directed, in
the abovo sta;ed case, I will proceed to soil
at Edgcfield C. H., on thc first Monday in Janua
ry next, the following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, now in possession
of D. T. Vaughn, containiog Four Hundred and
Thirty-five Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of A. G. Teague, Mrs. Burton and others, levied
on as tho property of the Defendant A. Simkins.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Dec 14 4t 51
IN THE MATTER OF JOHNSON A. BLAND,
IN Pursuance of an Order from the lion. Geo.
-8. Bryan, Judge of the U. S. District Court
for thc District of South Carolina, I will proceed
to sell at Edgefiold C. H , on the first Monday in
January next,"ft? REAL ESTATE of JOHN
SON A. BLAND, Bankrupt, consisting of Six
toon Hundred Acres of Land, moro or lets, boun
ded by lands of Aquilla Miles, Milled';o B. AVe
ver. Car on Warren and others.
M. C. BUTLER, Assignee.
Dec 12 . 'St 51
IN THE MATTER OF F. E. R1IINEHEART,
IN Pursuance .of an Order from the Honorable
GEORGE S. BRYAN', Judjro of the District
Court nf the United Stales for Snuth Carolina, I
will sell at PUBLIC OUTCRY, at EdKefield C.
H., on Monday, 4th January next, the follow
ing Re il Estate of said Bankrupt for Cash, to wit,
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Three
Hundred and Seven Acres, mora or Ives, bounded
by lands of Hillery Clark, Joh? D. S. Livingston
Ali?, thc interest nt s ii J Bankrupt in ibe
DUNCAN GOLD MINE.
Purchasers to pay Extra fer titles.
Z. W. CARWILE, Assignee.
Dec. S St 50
IN B A N K R U PTC Y.
IN THE MATTER OF MOSES P. WALTON,
I>? pursuance of an Order from the Court in this
cue, I will sell at Edjrefield C. H.. on Monday,
lib January next, thc REAL ESTATE of said
Bunkru:.t. considine of ONE TRACT of 500
Acres, ra- re cr less, bounded by lands of Thomas
Blcaso. Estate of Caleb Walton and tethers.
Terms Cash. Purchasers to pav Extra for Titles.
Z. W. CARWILE, AsMgnee.
Die. S 3t 50
IX THE.MATTERUF LAUREN SNELGROVF,
BY order of Court in ibis ca?*, I will sell at
Kdgefield Court House, on Monday 4th
Jan. next, for C?-h. the REAL ESTATE of the
.?iiid B inkrupt, rix:
ONE Tit ACT OF LAND containing Ninetj
Acres, more or loss, bounded bylands of J. Elbert
Wells and others.
Purchasers to pay Extra for Titles.
Z. W. CARWILE, Assignee.
Dec. 8_St 50
IN THE MATTER OF WILLIAM T. GOL
IN Pursuance of an Order from the Honorable
GEORGE S. BRYAN, Judge United States
District Court for South Carolina, I will seil at
PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgcfield C. H.. on Mnn
dav. 4th .fan. next. ALI, THE CHOSES IN
ACTION of tho Bankrupt W. T. GOLDING, for
Cash. A list thereof may bo seen at the Law
Office of H. T. Wright.
Z W. CARWILE, Assignee.
Dec 8 St 50
IN THE MATTER OF B. C. BRYAN, BANK
IN Pursuance of an Order from the Hon. GEO.
S- BRYAN, Judge of the District Court of
tho United States fur South Carolina, I will sell
at PUBLIC OUTCRY, at Edgefield C. H., on
Monday, the 4th Jan. next, tho interest of said
Bankrupt, in the HOUSE AND LOT iu the
Village of Edgefield, (bein? one-half intcrost,)
known as the BUSHNEL LOT.
Also, the CHOSES IN ACTION of every de
scription belonging to the Estate of said Bank
rupt, for Cash. A copy of which may be seen on
application at the Law Office of H. T. Wright.
T. ll. CLARK, Assignee.
Dec S 3t. 50
Ridge Land for Sale.
WILL BE SOLD at Edgefield C. H., on the
first Monday in Jami ry next, A TRACT
OF LAND lyin? immediately on Co'umb a it
Augusta Railroad, containing Two Hundred and
Eighty Acres, inoro f loss, adjoining lands of
John Lott, Mrs E Lott, E. A. Mims and others,
known as the Matt Lot Land. A Plat of said
Land may be seen at Lott's P. 0. until day ol
Z. W. CARWILE. Auctioneer.
Dec 15 2t 51
UTS. MARSHAL'S SALE.
The United Stales of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT. *
BY Virtue of a Writ of j?<- i /adnu to mc di
retted, issuing out of tb? Honorable thi
U S. Circuit Court, for thc District of Soutl
Carolina, I will expose for sub: to the highes
bidder, at public Auction, at Edgefitld C. H., oi
the first Wednesday in January, (tim* Bth.) foi
C.isb, ?ll thc ri^bt, title and interest of the Dcfen
'hint in anil to ibu following Real E.tn te, to wit
ONE TRACT OF LAND, near C. nm neville De
pot, containing One Hundred an<l Fifiv Aeres
more or les-, up >n which there is a lino Merelmn
Mill, io frond order, luljnininj? Lund* nf tho Oran
itevi:lc Mauufai iuring Company and the S. C
Railroad Com pan v.
Abo, ONE HOUSE AND LOT in tho Towt
of Oranitcville. bounded by Can .1 Street, Cot
Iago Stree", Mrs Metz and T. J. Senn. Lorie
upon ?is the property of DefenJant George Kell
wt the suit of Newton Cafron.
jgPurehascrs to pay for tho necessary paper
Sale to bc conducted by JULIUS P. WRIGHT
Deputy Marshal, as Auctioneer.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Mirsbal.
Dec U _St_51
THE Subscribers announce that they hav
REMOVED their BAR to the old PLAN
TEILS' HOTEL, where may bo had tho BEST
Whiskies^ Brandies, Wines, Cordials
SEGARS, Ac, Ac.
And that Mr. CHABLIS GRAY will bc on hand t
all hours ready to wait on customers in the mo!
Cail in and test the superior quality of oi
" WHISKEY and BRANDY nt Wholeeale, an
very cheap. a
i* C. A. C HEATH AM & BAO.
} n i univ
THE Undersigned will open, on MONDAY the
11th of JANUAKY 1809, in the Hall of tho
College Building, a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES AND GIRDS.
The Course of Study will embrace, tho Anciont
and Modern Languages, Mathematics, and thoso
English Branches nocossary to givo Young Ladies
and Girl:' a thorough anil polished education.
Tho services of Miss SARAH C. DO BE Y-a
young lady well known throughout this section
have boon secured as Assistant Teacher in this
MUSIC, both Vocal and Instrumental, will ho
taught according to thc most approved methods of
the present day.
Terms of Tuition.
Advanced Classes, including Froneh and
Latin, per Sossion of 5 Months, $20
Primary Classes per Sossion of 5 Months, 15
Music, " " " " " 25
Tuition, One Half Paid in Advance
ROBERT. A. LYNCH.
Cheap and Comfortable Boarding can be ob
tained at thc Institute, and in several private
families of thc Village.
_ Dec. 14,_ tf_5l_
AT EDGEFIELD, S. C.
A.FTER her long experience MISS M. A.
BUIE presumes it is unnecessary for her to say
more than that she has secured the CAROLINA
HOTEL, now occupied by Maj. S. S. Tompkins,
fornn INSTITUTE, where, on Monday tho 4th
Jan'ry. 1S69, she will begin tho exercises of her
School, and devoto her time and attention to ber
Pupils,-assisted by the most competent and reli
Young Ladies Boarding at the Institute will be
under thc immediate care and control of Miss
BUIE, and a lady matron of tho highest eborac
ter in this community, under whose motherly at
tention her numerous friends will gladly trust
MISS BUIE wat educated at ono of tho best
Schools in North Carolina, and will conduct her
School upon tho most improved plans of the
I Young Ladies and Girls boarding at the In
stitute will have free instruction in ninny of the
fino Arts, as Miss B. teaches all the Ornamental
^DESTITUTE ORPHANS OF CON
FEDERATE SOLDIERS FURNISHED WITH
BOOKS AND EDUCATED FREE OF CHARGE
Rates of Tuition,
Of Five Months, in Currency :
All tho Higher Branches of English and Modern
Languages, including Latin, French, Gorman
and Spanish, $20,00
Second Class, 15,00
Third or Primary Class, 10,00
Music on Piano or Guitar, each, 20,00
Use of Instruments to practice on, 5,00
Oil Painting on Canvass, 20,00
Grecian, Oriental and Italian Painting, each 10,00
Water Painting and Drawing, 10,00
Embroidery and Needlework free to Pupils
boarding in thc Institute.
It?T*Board, $12 per month.
Dec 23 tf 52
THIS is one of tho most flourishing Institu
tions in the State.
Pupils received at any time and charged from
time of cutcring.
Tuition, including Latin and French, $-1,00 per
Board, incluling Fuel and Washing, $14,50
J. I. BONNER, Pres't.
Due We.-t, Dec 22 3m 52
Edgefield Male Academy
THE TRUSTEES announce that tho exercises
of this Academy will be resumed on the
FI HST MONDAY in November next, uuder the
<upervi*ion of Mr. ROBERT O. SAMS as Prin
Mr. SAMS graduated with distinction at tho
State Miltury Academy, and was for three years,
and until thc close of that Institution, one of
the Professors therein.
Hu will be uided hy a competent assistant.
It is ibo design of the Trustees and the Princi
pal, to make this Academy a FIRST CLASS
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS, where they tn .y bc
thoroughly prepared to euler any College or Uni
versity, or fitted for the active business pursuits
Terms of Tuition.
Advanced Classes per Session of 5 months. $?0
Primary " " " of 5 months. $10
Tuition payable quarterly ia advance.
M. L. BONIIAN, 1
W. W. ADAMS. j
Z. U\ CAR A ILE, I rp ,
M. C. BUTLER, | Trust??
lt. G. M. D'JNOVANT, |
A. J. NORRIS, J
Oct. 14 3ra 42
State of South Carolina.
Elizabeth Couch, Adm'x , 1
T , fiV r Dower, ?c.
Jackson Holmes, [ '
Jesse Couch, et ul. j
BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in thi:
case, the CREDITORS OF JEPTH/
COUCH, dcceiiiod, arc required to present nm
prove their claims before mo on or bofuro tho ls
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Dec 10,__3t 51
Foutz's Horse and Cattle
JUST received and for sale by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Everybody Speaks in its Favoi
DREW'S YEAST, or BAKING POWDER, i
highly spoken of by all who have given i
Just recoiled another Gross. Single box 3
Cents. Two or more Boxes 25 cts. each.
T. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
The Meeting Street School
WILL BE CONTINUED next year under
the Supervision of the Subscriber. The
Kates of Tuition, in currency, ranging from $12
to $10, and $20 per Session.
Thc cxercis-s will bo resumed tho first Monday
in January 1869.
Literary ins'ruelion is always worth m<.re than
itcost ,-besides no man ever became bankrupt in
the effort to educate bi; children.
Dec 14 St 51
THE MISSES SEDWICK'S
Mil Ai MY SCHOOL
Corner .Washingtoi. and Telfair Streets,
THE DUTIES of this long established Institu
tion will be resumed October 1st
Tbo Course bf Study embraces tho Ancient and
Modern Languages, Mathematics, and those
English Branches necessary to give n Young
Lady a finished education. Vocal Music is a
Boarding Pupils enjoy superior advantages for
A French Governei'P, rcsidcut in the family,
greatly facilitates tho acquirement of the French
Language. The Pupils also have tho advantage
of attending frequent Lectures u*on Scientific
Subjects, explaining and illustrating their vari
ous Studies. Parents can enter their daughters
at uny time.
^?r~For Circulars containing additional par
ticulars and terms, address the Principals.
Augusta, Sept 15 3ni33
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
MRS. EDWARD B. WHITE,
.j,, lato i?f Charleston. S. C , has rc-open
~ cl her ENGLISH AND FRENCH
BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for
YOUNG LADIES in the City of
NEW YORK, No. 2, West 43d Street, nc :t door
to 5lh Avenue.
Gov. F. W. PiCKKM, S. C.
(?en. WAHI: HAMPTON, S C.
Right Rev. Tims. F. DAVIS, D.D., LLH.S.C
Prof. HKXUV, L L D., Smithsonian Institute.
President MlDDLRTO?, Charleston College
Hon. J. Wurra nor CUAXLKR, N. Y.
W. W. CoKCOHAS, Washington, D. C.
Rev. C. C. 1'ixcKSKi, Grace Church, S C.
Professor M AU IN. West Point Mil. Academy.
Chancellor LKSBS.SK S. C.
WILLIAM GIM.MOKK SIMMS, L.L.D., S. C.
For Circulars, o? further particulars, apply
at this Office.
New York, Dec S 3m 50
Thomas County, (ia., Plantation
CONSISTING OP 1202 1-2
ACRES FIRST QUALITY
LAND, with good Dwelling, Cab
bins, Kitchen, Barns, Stublos, Gin
House, Gin Pucking S?row, Blacksmith Shop,
Ac., all under guod Fence. Five Hundred Acres
cleared, balance heavily timbered. There are
Three Hundred Acres of Virgin Hummock.
Bounded on tho North sido by tho Atlantic ?c.
Gulf Railroad ; on tho South by Ore' Monticello
Road, and the new Railroad from Albany will
come within half a mile of this Plantation.
^Thore is a never-failing Creek of fine water
running through the Plantation, and also (Ivo
Wells and two wcll-stockod Fish Ponds on the
This Placo is known as tho SEWARD HOME
PLACE, hoing formerly tho property of Hon.
James L. Seward.
Tho Mules, Horses, and other Stock, with all
the Wagons and Agricultural implements will be
sold with the place on reasonable terms.
For particulars, apply to
. Or to A. P. WRIUIT, Thomasville, Ga.
Or L. J. G i"ii.M Aims' & Co., Savannah, Ga.
?&~?. S. Thero are two Churches and two
Schools in Thomasville, Ga.; fine climate and.
good neighbors. This Plantation is situated four
miles from Thomasville.
Nov 2.1 lin 48
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE
THE Subscriber wishes to sell his DESIRA
BLE and WELL IMPROVED FARI
lying within less than a mile of tho Columbia
Augusta Railroad, about eight miles below Edge
field C. H., adjoining lands of Bonj. Bettis, Le?
Miles and other?, and at present occupied bj
Geo. W. Dorn.
This FARM contains Two Hundrod and Thir
Three Acres,-One Hundred of which are in ct
tivation, under good fence, and mostly fresh land
Thc balanoe is heavily timbered Pine and On/
Land. All well adapted to Cotton, Corn.-and
On the premises is a comfortable Dwelling and
all necessary outbuildings, in good repairr'
There are also on tho place 120/T*Tjhoice Fruit
Trees-just commencod bearing.''
If application is made soon an unusually good
bargain can be had. --
NovlO . 4t 46"^
Piney Woods Land
THAT LARGE AND VALUABLE TRACT
OF LAND, containing 1500 ACRES,
moro or less, whereon D. A Foskett sow resides,,
is offered for Eule at a*Bargain. f
About 300 Acres of this Tract is open land, and
in fine ti!?able order,-s o in o of it choice bottom
There li on thc premises a good Dwolling, sev
eral Cabins, all necessary out buildings, large"
and commodious Barns and Cribs, and also a
good Mill, ?c., in running ordor.
The Columbia L Augusta Railroad runs through
this Tract, and tho wood on it. if delivered in
market, would pay the price asked for tho place a
? fjr Gool titles. For further particulars ap
ply at this Office.
Stores to Rent.
THE FOUR STORE-HOUSES fronting on
Main Street,-occupied this year by Phil
Hill, Dave Harris, Mr. John Covar and Traman
?St-YoT further purlicul irs apply to Cul. II.
V7. ADDISOX, my authorized Agent.
D. C. TOMPKINS.
Dec 22 3t 52
THAT FINE PLANTATION, known as tho
" CANE DRAKE," lutclj owned by A. L.
Dearing, Esq, on Saluda River, containing
Twelve Ilsndrcd Acres, of which there
are from 2(10 to 31)0 Acres of River Bottoms ca
ptble of producing a Dulc of Cottou to the Acre.
Thu Family Rcsideneo i.? a'most new, and the
largo ft and uto?t emnmadiu?s in Edgeficld Dis
tricL Location healthy, not far from the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad, and ?no ot tho best
stands for a Country Store. Gin House, Barns,
Sublet, Ac , in good order. Pasturage very tine
Applicant! tuu?t bo proparoil to roour? t'jctr
bids. Apply to JOHN E. BACON,
ATT'V. ron J.\s. lt. PBUCOLE.
Edgeficld, S. C., Oct 20 2m43
TO RENT, LEASE OR SELL.
HE Subscriber withes to Rent, Lease or Sell
his ENTIRE TRACT OF LAND, lying 1G
miles West of Edgefield C. II., on Hird Creek ;
and will divide it in Lots of from Fifty to Five
llundrul Acres, to suit par.ios.
This body of Land is well ndnptcd to Corn,
Cotton and Small Uruin Como and look, and
judge for yourselves,
?y Terms made easy.
MSSr I ?rill also sell a superior lot of WORK
STOCK, at low prices.
B. M. TALBERT.
Nov. 3 tf 45.
THE OLIPHANT PLACE, lying 1J miles
from the Village, on the old Stage Road to
Augusta, adjoining lands of Renj. Mays, Arthur
Glover und other?, containing Three Hundred
and Thirty Acres,-all well adapted to the cul
ture of Cotton or Grain.
THE HOUSE AND LOT in tho Villago of
Edgefield, recently occupied by Dr. E. J. Mimi.
Thc Dwelling contains Nine Rooms.
Also, EIGHTY ACRES, adjoining lands of
M. Frazier and E. J. Y?>ungblood, lying on Beaver
Dam Creek, East nf C. M. Gray's. This Tract
can bo purchased with or without tho Village
TERMS-A portion of the purchase money
Cash. The balan?a on a credit, secured by mort
n. W. ADDISON, Agt.
Dec ll tf 51
Assignee's Notice of Appointment.
In th? District Court of the United Slates for tht
District of South Caroliua.-Is BANKRI-PTCY.
IN THE MATTER OF T. J. TEAGUE, BANK
To Whom it may Concern :
THE Undersigned horeby gires notice of hil
appointment ns Assignee of thYJSstato of T
J. TEAGUE, of Edgefiold Dlstriot,x???|aidDis.
trict, and who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
upon tho petition of himself, by Henry Summer
Esq.. Register in the Court of Bankruptcy. Dike
at Edgeficld Court House, thc 10th day of Din.
1803. Z. W. CARWILE, Assignee.s
Dec 15 St 51
Assignee's Notice of Appointment
In thc District Court of the United States for th
District nf South Carolina,-I?? BASKtlUPTCV.
IN THE MATTER OF ABNER G. TEAGUE
To Whom it may Concern :
THE Undersigned hereby gives notice, of bi
appointment as A nignoe of tho Estate o
ABNER G. TEAGUE, of EJgo'old District, ir
said District, and who has boon _ujudged a Tiunk
rupl, upon thc petition of himself, by Henr
Summer, Esq., Registnr in tho Court of Bank
ruptcy. Dated at Edgefield Court House, th
10th day of Dec. ISfiS.
Z. W. CARIVILE, Asiignec.
Dec 10 St 51
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
DF. McEWEN is now proparcd to do ALI
. KINDS OF WORK pertaining to his bu
siness with neatne.-s and dispatch, and on a
reasonable terms ns cnn bo dono by any first dat
workmen. All work will bo warranted to gi>
Tho services ol' a competent GUNSMITH hav
becu engaged, and any work in that line loft t
my Shop will bo promptly attended to. All pari
of Colt's Pistols will bo kept constantly on hnn<
rondy finishod for use, thereby making it unn?
ecssnry for arms being left for any length of tim
for ordinary repair.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct. fi tf 41
LF.WIS COVAR, jr., has again oponed
BARBER SHOP, and will bo ready at nil timi
to SHAVE, TRIM HAIR, SHAMPOO, ?c., i
all tho latest and most fnshionnblo styles. B
will also put Razors in perfect order at short ni
^rST-Prices very much reduced. Call at Rooi
in rear of Mr. Mangel's Store
Sopt20 _ Im 40
Cheaper Than Ever.
WE will sell our ontire Stock of PRINT!
consisting of Merimacs, Spraeues
tnd Allens, ot 15 cts. per yard.
2G2 BROAD STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Foreign db ID omestic
KEEP CONSTANTLY on hand, A LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED
STOCK among which may be found the following desirable Goods :
rJBLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS, IRISH POPLINS, FRENCH POP
LINS, and a full assortment of CHEAPER DRESS GOODS.
: BLANKETS, FLANNELS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
HOOP SKIRTS, and a large assortment of NOTIONS.
BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, SATINETS, JEANS, and
other Goods^stiitable for Gentlemen's wear, and also for Plantation use
BLEACHED and BROWN SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS-every brand
OSNABURGS, DRILLS, STRIPES, and a variety of other Goods usually
rot in a First-class Dry Goods House, all of which ' we will sell as LOW AS
HE LOWEST, FOR CASH.
r 5?-Couutry Merchants will do well to call and examine our Stock before
^POSITIVELY ONE PRICE ONLY.-?a
2G2 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
J. r^ACULLARKY. /
Aiffiutta, Dec 8
"XV'M-N PRICES OF
THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE!
OuR BUYER having returned from New York with an additional large stoc]
of DRESS and oilier GOODS, recently purchased at a great sacrifice, wo hav
determined to reduce the price of the Stock on hand to correspond, and iron
?hi date will offer many articles in the DRESS.GOODS LINE for about onc-hal
what they have been sold at.
We have beautiful BROCADES and Plaid POPLINS, at 25 cents, recent!;
Hold at 50 cents.
Elegant Stripe, Plain and China DRESS GOODS, of different makes, at 37
and 40 cents, recently sold at 75 cents per yard.
Elegant Stripe, Plain and China DRESS'GOODS, at 50 cents worth $1 pr vd
Elegant Stripe, Plain and China DRESS GQODS, at 02} and 75 cts., wort]
$1,25 and $1,50 per yard.
We have also added to our Stock manv beautiful and new styles of SILI
MIXTURES, Irish and French POPLINS, &c, ?cc., at a much less price thai
they were early in the season.
Also. Two Hundred CLOAKS, all grades, ac verv much reduced prices.
Black Silk VELVETS for Cloaks.
Black and Colored VELVATINES for TRIMMINGS.
Colored Silk PLUSHES, Chinchilla SACKINGS, Opera FLANNELS, COE
SETS, Ladies" Merino UNDERVESTS, ?cc., &c.
Our stock for Gent's and Boys was never more complete ; and in the Domesti
.Department everything in that line suited to the wants of the consumer can b
Such a Stock of Goods as we now have on exhibition we suppose was neve
equaled before in Augusta.
We cordially invite, all to call and examine. Orders from the count J
solicited and will be carefully attended to.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
301 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
CORNER BY THE PLANTERS' HOTE
KETTLE WELL'S A.A. MANIPULATED GUANO
Do. A. Do. Do.
AMMONIATED ALKALINE PHOSPHATE.
PURE No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
DELIVERED IN ANY QUANTITY FROM OUR WAREHOUSE IN Al"
GUSTA, OR SHIPPED DIRECT FROM BALTIMORE.
WE would suggest to PLANTERS wishing to lay in their supply for the nea
[Jrop, to give in their orders as early as possible, that wc may be able to tali
dvantagc of low rates of Freight, and secure prompt delivery at LOWES
We refer to the prominent Planters of Georgia and South Carolina as to th
, alue and actual superiority ol'these MANURES, and will, upon applicatioi
?end Circulars giving undoubted testimony from a large number of Planters <
WARREN, LANE & CO.,
Aucmsta, Nov 23 4m 48
LANE & CO.
155 and 157 Reynold Street,
MOST RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS, WHICH SHAI
ALWAYS HAVE OUR BEST ATTENTION,
fov 23 Gm 4S
(ireat Reduction in Prices of
'FHB^PROPRIFTORS of tho FREDERICKS
l URO STORE tuko great pleasure in announcing
Li their friends that they now have on exhibition
ono of tho largosl, stocks of DRY ?OODS ever
c Herod in Augusta. Read advertisement in to
d iyri paper.
Ajusta, Nov. i!3
AV YOU WANT GREAT BARGAINS in nico
I'RESS GOODS, road tho advertisement of thc
FREDERICKSBTRG STORE in to-day's paper
and call curl j.
Augusta, Nov. 23 tf -IS
F YOU ARE IN WANT OF GOOD A
PACAS, or MOURNING GOODS of any of t
loading kinds, at thc luwost prices, call at tba
Augusta, Nov. 2:1 tf 43
F YOU WANT BEAUTIFUL WHITE FI
URED, Scarlet or other Colors Chinchilla SAC
IN GS, call at the
Augusta, Nov. 23 tf 4S
F YOU WANT BLACK SILK VELVET
CLOAKS, VELVATINES, in Black or Cole
PLUSHES or SATIN, for Trimming, coll at I
i f YOU WANT AN ELEGANT CLOAK,
, idsomo set of FURS, or nico SHAWL, road
Bf advertisement of tho FREDERICKSBURG
J ORE in to-day's paper and call carly.
'Augusta, Nov. 23 tf 43
J^ YOU WANT A NICE FRENCH CORSET,
-rino UNDER VEST, Boulevard, Duch?se, or
Li Bella SKIRT, road tho advertisement in to
dd's paper of FREDERICKSBURG STORE
ai i? call carly.
Agusta, Nov. 23 tf 48
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN THE DJ
GOODS LINE, at tho LOWEST PRICES and
tho best quality, read the advertisement in to-da
paper ot tho FREDERICKSBURG STORE, n
Augusta, Nov. 23 tf 4i
ERCHANTS SHOULD NOT LEAVE I
City without first examining tho largo nssortim
of GOODS in thc Wholcsnlo Rooms nt tho
Augusta, Nov. 23 tf 4i
ll] YOU WANT an ELEGANT SILK DRESS,
Ii ii h POPLIN, Poplins Rep. figurod EMPRESS,
Sir pod EMPRESS, or any of the new style
D ?ESS GOODS, read advertisement in to-day's
palor of FRED1SRICKSBURG STORE and
LiraBm.Kov.33 tf; ?d
TRANGERS VISITING AUGUSTA shoi
not fail to visit the RETAIL and WHOLESA
ROOMS at the FREDERICKSBURG STOI
It is now ono of tho Institutions.of the City.
Augusta, Nov. 23 tf 4)
Concentrated tye aud Poiasli
FOR SALE at .
.GIFTS, GIFTS, GIFTS.
F?K tho present and during the approaching
holidays, we will havo largo lots of FANCY
GOODS on sale, suitable for Gift?.
> GRAY A TURLEY.
Handsome Gifts for Girls & Misses.
HANDSOME ASTRACHAN and CLOTH
CLOAKS, for Girls and Misses. The most use
ful as well as beautiful Gifts for parents to make
to children. Now on sale.
GRAY & TURLEY.
Cloaks and Shawls.
LEG ANT and appropriate Gifts for the holi
days. Now on salo.
GRAY A TURLEY.
Gift for Ladies to Gentlemen.
HANDSOME MORAVIAN BUGGY RUGS
and CARRIAGE BLANKETS. Now on sale.
GRAY A TURLEY.
The Very Best Gift. .
NE of our best BLACK SILKS, which bas
ust leen opened and which is not surpassed for
qualiiy. GRAY A TURLEY.
RITING DESKS, WORK BOXES, AC
CORDEONS, FLUTINAS, ALBUMS, GLOVE
BOXES, EXTRACTS, POMADES, HAIR
BRUSHES, Extra Fine HAT BRUSHES, PORT
MONIES, 4c, Ac, cheap during the Holidays. e
GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Dec 14 tf 51
AUGUSTA SEED STORE,
No. 140 Broad Street;
rardey's Old Stand,) between the Fountain and
? A?f now in receipt of a largo and full stock of
CHOICEST GARDEN SEEDS, many of wbfeb,
for superior quality, aro seldom found South. My
SEEDS are purchased in bulk, and pnt up in
I never roceive any of the trashy kinds, put np
North and sent out South on commission ; my
stock is of tho growth of 1SA8. I keep a SEED
STORE ONLY, and devote my whole energy to
farniih the FINEST SEEDS.
I am also in receipt of a foll supply of choice
PEAS and BEAN8, ONION SETS, Pennsvlva
nia Oonrd Seed and other EARLY and EXTRA
EARLY CORN, White and Red CLOVER, Lu
cerne or French CLOVER, Heard's or Red Top
Orchard, Mixed, Lawn and Kentucky BLUE
GRASSES; genuine Early Goodrich, Rose .ind
late Harrison POTATOES, at much reduced
price:; two year old GIANT ASPARAGUS
ROOTS, fine Doublo HYACIIINTIIS, and TUBE
ROSE BULBS. A full stock of FLOWER SEEDS
to arrive shortly.
I am now iinportincr direct from Paris and
London thc BEST SEEDS in Europo and ?rill
arrive this month, which will make my stock as
complete as any seed "store in the United States.
To all of which I respectfully invite the atten
tion of tho pubrrc.
Farmers and Merchant? would do well to give
me a cati before purchasing el*ewliare.
Augusta Dec. 7 fit 50
REAL THREAD LACE SETS, COLLARS
T?o'.1 I?*- * '
_-.?s Wool SCAltFS,
Ladies' Colored and Mourning Breakfosl
Children's Wool SACQUES and JACKETS, al
JAMES A. G lt Ar Y & CO'S,
?gusta, Dec. 14 tf 51
50 BARRELS WHISKEY, GIN and RUM
5 Quar. Cask? Sherry and Madeira WINE,
100 Boxes New Layer RAISINS.
75 Half Boxes New Layer RAISINS.
125 Quarter Boxes New Layer RAISINS.
75 Boxes FIRE-CRACKKRS.
Boxes Factory and State CHEESE.
Suda, Butter, Sugar and Lemon BISCUIT.
250 Packages New MACKEREL.
100,000 Lbs. BACON-Smoked ant
New BUCKWHEAT in Barrels ind Half Bar
ol?, and a full Stock of SUGARS, COFFEES
Ac, at the lowost market prices.
HORTON & WALTON.
Augusto, Dec 14 lm 51
Pacific Guano Company's Solubli
Capital, Ono million Dollars!
IL HIS GUANO differ" from Peruvian Guan
simply in tho relative proportions of thc same eic
ment of fertility.
Its use during tho past four years, for tho cul
turo of Cotton and Corn, has given to it a chat
acter for standard excellence unsurpassed by P<
ruvian Guano, and when seasons of drought it
terveno it produces a iargcr increase of crop
Tho price at which this Guano is placed is f
much lower than that of Peruvian Guano as t
constitute it an object of material importance I
The Company locks to " large sales," sma
"profits" and a permanent trade for compens:
tion on capital invested.
The large capital and resources of the Compi
ny enable it to furnish a Guano of the highei
value, at the lowest possiblo cost to consumor
and the highe.it interest of the Company is reeoj
nized in this policy.
Dr. St. JULIAN RAVENEL, of Charleston, S. C
is Scientific Director to the Company, whic
affords a sure guarantee of tho continuad exce
lenee of the Guano.
Nono genuino unless branded with tho nan
of Jons S. RRKSR A CO., General Agents of tl
Pacific Guano Company.
Cash prico for 2,000 lbs., $70 00 payable 1st N
vomber, I860, with 7 por cont, intorcst addei
$75 00, with epprovod city acceptance.
My Warehouse is open to Planters, and thc
aro invited to take a samplo for experiment, witl
N. B. -Constantly on hand a full supply
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, FLOUR OF BON
and LAND PLASTER.
J. O. MATHEWSON, Agent.
Augusta, Doc. 15 / din 51
DR. vb. H. TUTT'S
ARE* FOR SALE BY
T. W. ??RWILE, DRUGGIST,
I would invito tho attention of dealer to uiy
Large and weil Assorted stock of POWDER, con
sisting of RIFLE HFg, in kegs, half and quarter
kees, also in one pound and half pound canisters.
DEER IIP, in kegs, half and quarter kegs, also
in ono pound and half pound canisters.
EAGLE SPORTING and RIFLE, in OJ pound
kegs, ono pound and half pound canisters.
EAGLE DUCKING, in 12$ and 61 pound keg.?,
five pound and one pound canisters.
BLASTING POWDER, iu twenty-fivo pound
Sporting, Mining, and Shipping Powder of eve
ry variety, manufactured at the celebrated Mills .
of E. J. DUPONT DENEMOURS A CO., Wilming
ton Delaware, whose reputation has stood unri
valled for sixty-eight years.
I am prepared to fill all orders1, either Retail o
Wholesale, allowing a liberal discount in lots.o
twenty-five keg3 or more.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent.
Nos. 142 ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OSWELL REEDER. ZIMMERMAN DAVIS.
REEDER & DAVIS,
Cotton Factors and General Com
AUGER'S NORTH WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS respectfully solicited.
Charleston, Oct 13 6m 42
W. C. COURTNEY & CO.
No. 9, Boyce's Wharf,_J )
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. C. COUBTNEY, "I
ROBT. MURDOCH, >
JAS. S. MRRDOCH. J
Charleston, Sept Iii_tf__j>8_
J?8JL CALDWELL & SONS,
CHARLESTON, S. CL^
ADVANCBS made on Consignments. Refer
thoy'eSwho wish- information .to Col. LL L.
MOKAT, Preefoent St. the Ptfple's National
Bank, Charleston, S. CJ" f \
Sept 16 ""V^^dn 38\^
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NAN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestive Orgurn
and the Liver. For .-ale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TOXIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
r-'mcdy for all Diseases of thc Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TC TRY TI?E CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an* unfailing'
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestivo Organs
aud the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
COACH M Ai .uoi MAK?N? AML ^
All work entrusted to him, will be executed in
a thoroughly artistic and workmanlike manner,
and with great promptness and dispatch.
The Subscriber is in thc habit of visiting the
groat Northern Cities every Fall with the express
view of inspecting all improvements in Coach
and Buggy Building, and of adopting such as bc
may approve of.
I have on baud a good Stock of SUPERIOR
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of my own MAN
UFACTURE, which I will Sell Low.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING douc prompt- , -
ly, and warranted to give satisfaction.
As I SELL ONLY FOR CASH, my Prices
aro unusually reasonable.
S^All I ask is a trial.
F. L. SMITH.
Edgeficld, S. C., Doc 1 ly 49
Pall and Winter
Gr O Q13 S !
C, A. CHEATHAM & BR0.T
HAVING just returned from tho great Com
mercial marts of the North, where they devoted
thcmcclves to tho selection of their present IM
MENSE and ELEGANT STOCK of
Fall and Hinter Goods.
Respectfully announce that they are offering tho
same at a VERY SMALL ADYANCE UPON
ACTUAL COST PRICES, and ns low, if not
ower than the same quality of Goods can bc had
at any other H^use in the pince.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Their Stock in this Deportment embraces every
Variety and Quality, and all thc Newest Fabrics
and the Richest and Mos- Superb Design:. They
beg an examination of their beautiful array of
POPLINS, EPINGLINES, DELAINES,
ALPACCA, BOMBAZINE. Empress CLOTH,
OPERA AND ALL WOOL FLANNELS,
Marleston and Domestic GINGHAMS,
250 Pieces BEST CALICOES-French, Eng
lish and American-very cheap.
LACES, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS,
Swiss. Mull. French and Nainsook MUS
LIN ES-beautiful assortment,
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, NUBIAS, in variety,
COLLARS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
LAD1E3 aud MISSES HATS and BONNETS,
newest styles arid ver.- handsome,
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS, a largo
Ladies UNDERVESTS, CORSETS, 4c.
WHITE GOODS AND DOMESTICS.
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS,
8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 SHEETINGS,
Pillow Case LINENS and COTTONS,
A splendid Stock of LINENS,
JEANS-Brown und Bleached,
APRON CHECKS, GEORGIA STRIPES,
Beautiful QUILTS and SPREADS,
Splendid Bed BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS, Bed TICKING, Ac, ic.
A large Stock READY-MADE CLOTHING,
all grades, choapor than ever,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Gents' and Boys HATS, Ac, .tc, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wo havo in Store nn usually largo and varied
assortment of BOOTS and SHOES for Ladies,
Misses, Gents and Children, which wo purchased
direct from tho host manufacturers, and wo are
satisfied will please our customers.
In Store a good selection CROCKERY, HARD.
WARE, CUTL^RX Ac, Ac.
??*frAn examination or oui Goods is earnestly
.solicited. ". - \
. C. A. CHEATHAM ?c BRO.
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