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JILES M. BERRY,
H. F. RUSSELL & CO.,
No. 173, Broad Street,
(UND EE AUGUSTA HOTEL,)
I take this method of informing my friends of
Edgelield, Abbeville, and adjoining Districts that
I am now in tho above well known House of
H. P. RUSSELL & CO., tho largest Wholesale
and Retail D;y Goods House in tho City of Au
gusta, and would respectfully solicit a liberal
share of patronage for the Firm.
I will be pleased to have my friends favor me
with an early eall, when I will lay beforo them,
at remarkably low figures, the .most beautiful
stock of Goods ever on exhibition in this City.
The motto of this Homo is "Small Profits and
County Merchants and persons buying topsail
again caa do well at this House.
Call and see me and I will mako it to your in
terest. JILES M. BERRY.
Augusta, April 2, loi U
NEW GOODS !
FOR SPRING & SUMMER.
At Tempting Prices !
THE Subscriber is now receiving a CHOICE
and WELL ASSORTED Stock of
Domestic and Foreign Dry Goods,
-Consisting in *>art of
Brown SHEETINGS, SHIRTINOS, DRILLS
E.cached Cotton SHEETINGS, Pillow CASING
Bleached Linen SHEETINGS, Table DIAPER,
NAPKINS and TOWELS;
DRAP DEETTEJCOTTONADE, Linon DUC and
DRILLS for Men and Boy's wear;
PRINTS ?nd GINGHAMS;
Printed LAWNS, Jaconet and Organdie MUS
Whito Jaconet, Sxiss, Mull and Nainsook MUS
LIN, ?Lrin, Clucked and Striped ;
Linen Cambric, Hcuistichod and Embroidered
LACES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, HOSIERY and
MOURNING DRESS GOODS;
CLOTHING FOR MEN and BOYS, for Spring
au c. Summer wosr ;
SHOES-for Ladies, Gonts, Bojs, Girls and thc
BONNETS-Ladies and Misses, and Infant's
Men's, Boys and Children's HATS.
-Also, a good assortment of
Hardware, Crockery, China and Glass
Ware, Groceries, Saddles, Bri
dles, Baggy Harnes?,
&c, Ac, ?rc.
This Stock of Goods was soloctcd in New York
aftor the late decline in prices, and will be sold
FOR CASH ONLY,
At prices to suit the most economical.
JAS. B. SULLIVAN,
At the Old Stand.
BY permission of Goorgo Eui.-t, Esq , Judge
of tho Court of Orditmry for Charleston Dis
trict, I will procood ?* sell at tho ro.-idenco of
Mr. S. S. TOMPKINS, in tho Towu of Eden
field, on WEDNESDAY, the ISth doy of April
inst., all the BocTflvhold und Kuchen Furnitur?-,
and like articles, and other personal property,
now in the District of Ed?cfield, be'.ongintr t?
the Estate of L. ? A. SHECUT, deceased, con
sisting in part of
ONE NUNN & CL \RKE'S fi} Octave PIANO,
Oue Hen tl .-tn ati's Gold WATCH and CHAIN,
One Set of PARLOR FURNITURE, consist
ing of Carpet, ono p-.ir of Divans, SluiT Scat Ma
hogany Chahv, Marble Top Center Tilde, Ac.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE consisting of
one Extenmn Dining Tal.le Chuits, Carpet, Ac.,
GLASS, CHINA, CROCKERY, acd other Ta
Also, BEDSTEADS, Feather BEDS, MAT
RASSES and BEDDING.
A Wheeler ? Wilton's SEWING MACHINE.
And other articles too to?Tious tn mention embra
cing every article of a well ?urni?Lcd and well
TERMS OF SALE-A crodit t?l tho first
November next on Not? with good surety puja
ble in gold or its then equivalent in current funds;
or cash in gold or its equivalent, ut tho option of
T. D. WAGNER, Adm'or.
Apr 3 2t 15
BY Virtuo of an crier Iroin W. F. Duri?oe,
Esq., Ordinary of Edgelield District, I will
sell at the late residence of Chancellor F. H..
WARDLAW, dccM., on WEDNESDAY, thc 'Jib
May next, the LAW LIBRARY of said dee'd.
Catalogue can be seen at my'office.
Z. W. CARWILE.
April 10 St 15
State of South Carolina,
John Denny) Adm'or., Plaintiff, "I
vs. > Partition.
Nancy Rotton and others, Def'ti. J
BY an Order from tho Ordinary, I shall pro
ceed to sell at EdgeftelJ C. H., on tao firxt
Monday in May next, for Partition, the REAL
ESTATE of DAVID L. ROTTON, dee'd., m :
TRACT NO. ONE, (the Homestead,) lying aad
being in the District ?nd Stato aforesaid, bound
ed by lands of Mrs. Unity Smith, Elijah Watson,
jr., M. McCarty, andothors, containing Ono Hun
dred and Sixty (160) Acres, moro or less.
And TRACT NO. TWO, boundod by Lands of
Jacob Lagrono. M. McCarty, Mrs. U. Smith, and
others, containing Om; Hundred and Seven (107)
Acres, more or less.
TERMS.-The abo'-o Tracts of Land will bo
sold on a eredit until the first day of December
nox-t, on which day possession will bo giveo
.f Tract No. 1. Possession given immediately of
Tract No. 2. Purchasers to give Bond witi good
securities, and a Mortgage to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase, money. Costs tn bc paid in
cash in specie, and to pay for titles extra.
W. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Apr 10 4t 73
State of Mouth Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, M. M. Fidget and B. T. Jennings
have applied to me for Letters of Administsation,
rf? bon!? non, on all and singular the goods ?nd
chattels, rights sud erudita of John T. Smith, a
free man of color, lalo of the. Di?trict aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish al)
and singular, the kindred and cediUra of tho said
deceased, to bo and appear before me, at our noxl
Ordinary's Court for the said District, tobe bnldeu
at Edgelield Court House, ou thc I9tb day ol
April innt., to slmw cause, if any, why the
sui i administration skjuld not be granted.
G i/on under my hand and seal, this 3d day ol
April in year of our Lord one.thousand ei-bt hun
dred and sixty-six, and in the 00th year of the
Independence of thc United States of America,
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
April 2t 15
DR. J. T(. MUSK has taken his family Tex
Kt on ?,.vi*it. but will return in tbreo or four
mouth* unless Prnvidi nf ally prer?nted. He ro
turo* his grateful 'banks to the people of Edge
field for the liberal patronage i-x'onded to bim.
April . tl 15
TO BUY FANCY GOODS, CHOICE PER
FUMERY of all kinds, fine TOILET AR
TICLES, and NOTIONS GENERALLY, is at
the VARIETY STORE.
Mar V! -_._ _tf 13
Sha dj Bili Select School.
MRS. WM^.?OOD.VAN willppcn at h r resf.
donee, on the lOtb. a SELECT SCHOOL
FOR,.GIRLS. ..Terms for a Session of ThirUPn
W?rel?, $5 for- the lowest class, und $6 for those
. more advanced. Plain ?awing and Ncodie Work
tough tgeatia. .
Ayr* tf 'JU J
CASH DRJ GOODS HOUSE.
A. T. GRAY,
J. W. TURLEY.
jL. & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND OF ll. H. HICKMAN,
242 Broad Street,
Beg to announce that they cnn be found at the
Lately occupied by H. II. HICKMAN,
Where they arc prepared to offer to the public au ELEGANT and COMPLETE
?WU AMD FAM?Y HY I
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOOP SKIRTS, &c, &c.
One of the partners will reside in New York, devoting his entire attention to the
SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES,
And we aro now daily receiving NEW GOODS at
CONVINCINGLY LOW PRICES,
PURCHASED FOR CASH!,
At the Great Auction Sales in New York, and
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CENT.
And in soma instances
FILLY ONE HALF LESS THAN THEY COULD BE PURCHASED FOUR
These are superior advantages, which we will at all times share with our Customer*.
And all others tn want of Dry Good*,
Should not make a single purchase before visiting our Establishment.
Augusta, April 2,
A. F. GRAY & CO.
Goori News from Mexico.
TriE Suii?c i .i>r respectfully announce th*t
Lo is prepared to Ju ALL WORK ii tho
Conch Making and Repairing
All kinds of REPAIRING dono promptly,
and warranted to give satisfaction.
He has also on band a large supply of Pine,
Black Walnut nnd Mulberry COPPINS, neatly
f?nUhed, which ho is prepared to deliver in any
part nf the District.
As he has tu pay CASH for everything he ha*
to buy, he will require tho CASH, or its equiva
lent, on delivery of tho work.
Liberty Kill, Apr 2 tf 14
New Spring Trimmings !
JUST received, and for snlc at Augusta retail
prices, a oomplete assortment of the latoet
stvles, and most desirable patterns of
Ladios* Dress and Clo&k TRIMMINGS;
BRAID, CORD, EDGINGS;
FRlLL-v. f.ktjoy ?ad plain;
Dress BUTTONS in great variety;
And many other articles too numerous to men
tion, at tho Edgcfield Variety Store.
'D. p. MCEWIN.
March 27 tf . H
It is Well Known
TnAT D. F. McE WEN sells tne bost COF
FEE, TEAS. SUGAR, and all kinds of
FANCY GROCERIES at Augusta prices.
All kinds of Cannod Gonda, such si Dudley's
COVE OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, GREEN CORN,
GREEN PEAS. TOMATOES, STRAWBER
RIES, PEACHES, ic, alwavs on hand at the
M*r 27 tf 13
State of South Carolina,
/.V ORDIN?R Y.
Nancy Adamd and others, Applicants
?homas J. Vaughn and wife Carolina
and others, Defendant!.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Elisabeth
wife of John McDonna, and Caroline, wife of
Thomas J. Vaughn, Defendants in tho ?hove
s*atod casi, reside beyond the limits of this State,
It is tborefore Ordered that they do appear and
object to the dividion or ?ali*of tho Real Estate
of Ab?er Adams, doceased, on or before the 25th
day cf Juno next, or their consent will be onterod
of record. W. F. DURISOE, O.K.P.
N Ordinary's Office, Mar 30, 18(50. I2tl4
THE Undersigned hertby notifies all person?
to wboin he may bo indebted, that he ha*
returned to his home in Edgefiold District from
his temporary visit to tho West; and that be in
tends to lemain and resido permanently in said
District. WADE HOLSTEIN.
April 2 3l* 14
ALL Persons indobted tu me as Agent, either
by Note or Account, who fail to como for
ward and make settlement within thirty ditys
from date, will find snid Notos aud Accounts in
Augusta for collection.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Mar 27 2m 13
Petit Gulf Cotton Seed,
At 75 Cents per Bushel.
IHAVE FOR SALE n lot or superior PETIT
Ut COTTON SK BP,-warranted to Ror
minat.:,-'yhich I will sell in lots to suit purcha
sers, ut 75 Cts. por bushel. Apply early.
Apr 4 2t lt
War with Mexico.
HAVING a new SMUT MACHINE and a new
BOLTING CLOTH, (as tine as they are
?nado,) I am now prepared to make as good
FLOUR as can be made in this Stale. If you
don't boliivo it, give my Mills a trial.
R. T. PARKS.
Apr 4 3t 14
THE COMMISSIONERS of FREE SCHOOLS
f r this District, s^re requested to meet at
Edgcfield C. H., on the fir-t Monday in May at
ll col irk A. M. A full and punctual a teen Janee
is desi-cd. LUKE CULERKATH, Chair.
Afs2 St H
OFFICE At ASST. COMMISSIONER,
FREEDMEN'S BUREAU FOR EDGEFIELD
DISTRICT, S. C.,
?xvnvnQ, March let, 1SCC.
'GENERAL O li DE It S, NO. 1.
IIN obedience to Special Orders, No. 4, dated
. Headquarters Di.-!. Commissioner, Bureau
Refugees, Freedmen, ?c., for South Carolina,
February 22d, 13(16, the undesigned assumes
charge of all matters pertaining to the Freed
men'.! Bureau, and all duties connected therewith
in Edgufleld District, S. C.
II. All Contracts new in oxistenoc, or hereaf
ter to be undo, in which Freed people are par
ties, aro required to bc prtsented at this Office for
examination and approval. Without such appro
val they are null and void, and will, not be al
III Matters in dispute, and cases of alleged
abuse, wherein Freed people are interested, mnit
be referred to this OUioo for adjudication, and
STict justice will be meted out to all parties with
out prejudice, fear or favor.
The interests of tho Freed p?oplo will bo look
ed after closely, in order that they may receive
fair compensation for thei. l*bor,*kind and hu
mane treatmont, and their rights uudor the law.
But they on tho other hand will be required tn
behave in an orderly manner, and to work indus
triously to support themselves and families.
IV. 2nd Lieut. GEO. P. MCDOUGALL is an
nounced as Adjutant of the District. And Asst.
Surgeon THOS. TURNER, U. S. A., as Medical
Officer, and will have charge of the Hospital and
the Sanitary regnlutions of the Freed peoplo and
Brvt. Lt. Colonel U. S. A.,
A. A. Commissioner for Edgcfield Dist.
Mar 20 4t 12
Wines and Liquors.
ALL kinds of CHOICE WINES, COGNAC
BRANDY, HOLLAND GIN ?nd the BEST
WHISKEY kept constantly on h?nd.
If you desiro a good article forfamil" uso go to
D. F. MCEWEN.
I will sell a fine article jf Bourbon by tut gal
lon at Augusta prices by .ho barrel.
Mar 27 tf b IS
Direct and Fresh.
JUST reooived direct and fresh, a large stock
A, B and C SUGAR ;
R'O -COFFEE, a first rate article;
SUGAR CURED HAMS f
CLEAR SIDES and SHOULDERS;
MEgS MACKEREL in Kitts;
Superior TEAS, ie., <tc.
Also, always on hand a splondid article of CA
NAL FLOUR, at tho lowest market prico.
' S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Mar 27 tf 13
ALL Persons having demands against the Es.
tate of Mrs. HARRIET HERRIN, doe'd,
are requested to present thc samo, properly at
tested, by the first May, to in ?, forpoyment. Anc
tboso indebted to tho said Estito aro requested tc
mako immodiato payment.
i JOHN Vt. HERRIN, Adm'or.
Mar 21 3t 12
AFRESH supply of Italian MACCARONI;
Chowing and Smoking TOBACCO;
POWDER in Flasks;
FISH HOOKS, Ats., ic.
S. H. MANO ET.
Mar 27 tf 13
N HAND a supply of IO, 8 and G PENNI
NAILS. J. R. CARWILE i CO.
Jan 30 i.f 5
AT H. A. Gray's Watch Repairing Shop, a lo
of SPLENDID RUNNING CLOCKS, vcr;
low. Warranted to keep timo.
Fob 6 _tf_' ?
ALL per.ons indobted to tho Estate of FELD
E. RODIE, dee'd., ?re earnestly request*'
to mako itnmedintp payiaent, and those havinj
demand? against said estste aro required to pre
sott them by ibo 1st June, properly attested, o
said chums will be barred.
ARIEL-ABLE, ) .
L. IL DODIE. J Art or**
JUST OPENING AT
MRS. D. O'CONNOR'S,,
(Next to Gray, Mullarky k Co's.)
No. 326 Broad St.,
straw, Silk and Illusion Bonnets ;
Straw and Leghorn Hats ;
Bridal Wreath? and French Plowers ;
Spring Bonnet and Trimming Rib
Paney Dress Bnttons ;
Kid Gloves, Lace Mitt:', and Parasols ;
Grenedinc and Berege Veiling;
Blaek and White Lace Veils ;
Thread Laces, &c., &c ,
Embracing every variety and style of Goods in
tho above line, together with a groat many other
desirable Goods not enumerated, to which Rho
calls tho attention of the Ladies.
Augusta, Mar 27 lm 13
TUE fashionable public, and those who desire
good fitting CLOTHING, manufactured of
tho finest Saxony Wool or Linen, unmixed with
whoro the grcaUst durability and finish arc com
bined, will find it tn their ititorust to examine our
?took. Wo are offering
AT THE PRESENT
time greater bargains than can bo obtained in
any other Fashionable Clothing Establishment
Give us a call and you will find our
are extremely low. Bconotrdsts spao wish tho
advantago of buying Spring Clothing at
rates, will find it to their interest to give us a call.
To our old patrons, wo would respectfully say
hat been marked down to correspond with the
presont yearcity of cash, and cannot bo surpassed
for cheapness. Our stook is varied, and bas Leon
selected with great care. We keep a full stock of
extra sise Garments, to meet thc demands of those
who cannot got fu ted at any other establishment.
Call and examine for yourselves, at
I. SIMON & CO'S.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT,
221 Croad Street,
- Mar 21 tf 12
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
We are offering to our cus
tomers the most approved
kinds of the above, varying
in price from ?20 to $120,
according to ki id and size.
Every Stove or Range will
be guaranteed to operate per
fectly as represented at the
time of sale.
Wm. Shepherd &, Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
Our Stock of the above com
prises almost every article for
comfort and convenience in
house-keeping, and we shall
be happy to show the goods
to all who will call upon us.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
ed Pails Cedar Pails, Cocoa
Dippers, Rat Traps, Wash
Boards, Wash Tubs, Plough
Lines, Cotton Cards, &c, for
sale low by
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
Biscuit Ovens, Biscuit-Spi
ders and Extra Oven Covers
of all sizes, for sale at low
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad Si.
Augusta, Feb 1866. 9
STEEL PEN WORKS,
Faciory, CAMDEN, Ne J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
403 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
.12 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK
TnESE CELEBRATED TENS are of Genu
ine American Manufacture, and comprise
evory leading stylo in the Market, and are equal
in finish, elasticity and fineness of point to tho
Dost imported. TLoy are, therefore, ?uro to gain
the confidence of tho Atnoricsn public.
Samples and prices on application.
Lots made to order, of any pattern or stamp re
For Sale to the Trade at tho Manufacturer's
Warehouses, as abovo; and at retail by all Sta
tioners, Booksellers end News Dealers in the
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
NOTICE is hereby given lhat a final sottlcment
on thu Estato of Capt. NATHANIEL BOR
'10N, dee'd., will bo made in the Ordinary's Office
on Tuosday, theist day of May next. All per
sons indebted to said Estate are requested to set
tle up immediately; and those having claims
against raid Estate aro notlOod to present them
by or beforo that date, o th ur wiso said claims will
be barred. A. JONES, Ex'or.
War SJ 7t? U
Spring and Sammer
Gr O O 13 8 !
TUE Subscriber is now receiving bis Steck of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS direct
from Charleston, consisting of
BROWN AND PLANTER'S LINEN,
BED TICK, &c.
Ladies, Misses and Men's HATS AND
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths, Plumes,
Gloves, Veils, Hosiery,
LADIES, liISSE*. MEX AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SADDLES,' BRIDLES, GIRTHS, SURCIN
With many other articles too tedious to mention,
which will be sold at tho lowest market price for
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Mar 21 If 12
Teague & Carwile,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' A MASONIC HALL,
J) l '.: IX i l.iJJ
HAVE on hand, and aro constantly receiving,
allot' tho most approved PATENT MEDI
CINES, consisting in part of
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL;
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY;
Dr. Strickland's COUGH BALSAM ;
- " Anti-Cbolera MIXTURE;
" " PILE REMEDY;
WATSON'S NEURALGIA KING-an in
fallible remedy :
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children tro hing.
Harley's Popular WORM CANDY,
Brown's Bronchial TROCHES;
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND !
Whitcomb's Asthma REMEDY;
Hombold's Fluid Extract BUCIIU;
Cons-.itution WATER ;
Husband's Calcined MAGNESIA;
Brown's Es.cnrc <.f JAMAICA GINGER ;
. Sylvester's BENZINE.
For the Hair.
4.11 of tho most popular preparations for thc
[luir, such as
Wood's Hair RESTORATIVE; *
Lion's KATHA IRON:
Jayno'8 Hair TONIC ;'
BEARS OIL and POMATUMS.
A fine nejortmrnt nf KEROSINE LAMPS, KER
OSINE OIL, nnd in fact everytl ing kept in a
first class Dreg Store, all of which will bo sold ut
the lowest market prices.
Mar 5 tf 10
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
THE Subscriber baj just received an assort
ment of these beautiful Rosewood finish
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Air-Ii;.'!.: and indmti uctiblc-fuVf pit?cting nui
preserving the Dead-which ho windell at Lut a
moderato Hilvano* on riginal cost and transporta
tion. Wherever introduced these Cases have th?
preference over all others.
fc?rOrders promptly filled. Terra*, of oom sr,
strictly Cash. J. M. WIT?.
Edgefield, Mar 13 tf ll
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Subscribers recptictfully anurunce that
tlioy are now prepared t" do all work in thc
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUST
NESS that m ty beontrusted to thom, in a work
manlike manner, and with ncatnt-ssaud di<paich.
We have on band a few CARRIAGES nxd sn
perior BUGGIB8, of our own manufacture, which
we will sell low.
All kinds ??:' REPAIRING done promptly ami
warranted to gite satisfaction.
?z?rAr w.-soll ONLY FOR CASH, our price,
are unusually tcasorablo. All we n.-k is a trill.
SMITH & XCMVES.
Mar 7 tf ID
Tax Assessor's Notice.
r WILL bo at tho time and p'acr.i hi-rcif.al'U.:
J. m.miiouod to make the Assessment on tho As
sessable property of tba District, consisting of
Lands, Lots. Lauds and Buildiugs in Towns and
Villages, Manufacturers, Spirituous Liquors, Cot
ton, Turpentine, Ac.
Edgcftold C. H., Monday, 2d April.
Pine House, Tuesday, 3d "
Cherokee Ponds, Wednesday, 4th "
Hamburg, Thursday, 5th "
Besch Island, Fridiiy,- tith "
tiranitevillo, Saturday, 7th *'
Vaucluse, Monday, JJ th "
Ilatchor's, Tuesday, 3 ?th "
F. Pusey's, Wednesday 11th "
Lybrand's, Thursday, 12th "
Ridge, Friday, 13th "
Lott's, Saturday, 1-tth "
Warren A Lovcluco's, Same e.-cr.i::,;, rf o'clk.
Dufttonsville, Monday, IGth Apr.
Red Hill, Tuesday, 17th "
Edward Hqwle's, Woifhosday 18th "
Woodlawn, Thursday, 19th "
A. Morgan's, Friday, 20th "
Wbttoman's S. H. Same evening, 3 o'clk.
Coiner's, Saturday, 2lst Ap-.
J. A. Talbert's, Monday, 23d .'
White Heuse, Tuesday, 24th ?.
Liberty Ililli Wednesday 25th ?
flhattorfield, Thursday 26th "
Roundtree's Store, Friday, 27 h "
Pleasant Lace, Saturuay, 28th "
Meotine Stroet, Monday, 30ih "
Mrs. Allon's, Tuesday, 1st May.
Dr. John Mobloy's, Wednesday 2d "
Mrs. Norris', Thursday, 3d "
George Addy's, Saino evenipg, 8 o'clk.
Mrs. Gibsonrs, Friday, 4th May.
Mt. billing, Saturday, 6th ?
Mlckler's, Monday, 7th "
Huiot's Slore, Tuesday, 8th "
Perry's, . Wodnosday 9th "
Coleman's X Roads, Thursday, 10th "
Richardson's, Friday, 11th "
Mrs. Culbreath's, Saturday, 12th "
Coopersvillo, Monday, 14th "
A. Kemp's, Tuesday, 15th "
Dom's Mills, Wcdnosday ICth "
EuB-^.td C. H. Thursday, 17th "
After which timo my Assessment books will close.
Persons making roturns will boar in mind that
returns must bo modo with rofcrenco to thc first
Books open at 10 o'clock, A. M., and closo at 4
o'clock, P. M.
TAX Assessor Edgefield Dist.
M<r2l tf 12
ALT, person!? having dotnnods against tlic Es
tate of WYATT HOLMES, deceased, are re
quested to presont them duly attoxted to the un
dersigned ; and those indebted to said Estate will
please make immodiate payment.
W. F. PRESCOTT, I . "
WYATT L. HOLMES, j AU ?"'
Jai 30 3m 5
Granite Mill Stones!
FROM THE CLOUD'S CREEK QUARRIES,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, S. C. .
A few Setts furnishod nt short notice.
E. W. M ?.LENNA,
Lou?.ville, S. C.
Mar 7 4i* 10
Superior Florida Sugar
FOR SALE at tho Variety Store at 20 cts. per
pound. D. F. McEWEN.
i Apr? M
J.J, lathrop, C. E. Mast?n, . B.W. c Mon.
LATHROP, M?STIN & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
JPlated Ware, &o??
?To. 274= Broad ?3Tfx-?ot,
(W. B. ?RIWJN'S Ow, STAND,)
Mar 13 Itu U
: A. STEVENS,
Grocer and Commission
299 Broad Street,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE STOCK Or
SUGAR, COFFEE, CilBGSE,
FLOUR, RICE, BUTTER,
TOBACCO, RAISINS, SARDINES,
YARNS, Ac, Ac.
WINES & LIQUORS
ID Hurrels and Bur.cn.
Fifty II luis. Choice Bacon,
Togothcr willi a full assortment of every article
to be h.ul ?a Wholcal* and Rutail Grocery cslab.
Augusta, Nov 20 Bm ' 47
m m Ai ? HOUSE !
T. SI. Boxes, JA?. HK.ST?EHSON.
?ONES & HENDERSON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
m mM ? aislas?
Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
No. 1S7 Broad. Street,
HAVE recently opened, next door to BOKES'
Hardware House, a VERY LARGE and
VARIED ASSORTMENT of
BOOTS &. SHOES,
Which wore pureha.'ed fr?m the bust manufactu
rera at low prices, and whica they ar* nowselliDj.
Wholesale and Retail, as reasonable as any ottei
House in Augusta.
^3ff*Tbo People of Edgefield and tho adjoin
ing Districts aro invited to give us a cull.
Merchnuts will do well to examine our
complete ftoek before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Doc 5 6m 49
rA. J. PELLETIER,
?Offers to the citizens of Edgefield and ad
joining Districts a PINE ASSORTMENT
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
[M Fancy Goods for the Toilet..
TO BE n.'.D AT HIS DRUG SIORE,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Nov. 18 6m 47
TUI3 WRINGER hui again taken the FIRST
PREMIUM in the (?real Fair of tho Amori
can Institute-it ha? alsitakor. th? FIRST PRE
MIUM at tho State pairs of New York, Vermont,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, M-.ehigas, Indiana; Ulindi;
Kentucky, I^wa, Wbeou.iu, Couuccticut River
Valley Fair, Champlain Valley Pair, and at mo.?t
of the County and Instituto Pairs throughou. the
Over 200,0!N) havo been sold and are notr in
uso in the United States, und icc never heard nj
uno that icu not liked,
Tbo UNIVERSAL is suporior to all ether
Wringers, in having lurye rolls of solid India
Rubber, jo protected hy strong cocwHseuR tbm
they cannot slip or Irenic loot* from ih-ehoj't lt.*
strong wood Irame cannot be bniken, and doc*
not rut! or noil the Holtet. Every Univcnrui
W.inger is WARRANTED.
Wo seh et a few test! nonials from person*
widely knuwu :<> th? pul- ic, who >penk fioni ac
tuiil experienes, and are abuva KUspiciwn of mi
" My family W'.uld as soon giro up tho cnokirg
stove as tho CL?THKS WIMNUKU. It cannot be toi
highly recommended.- [Soliu Robinson.
" This iii thc lim Wringer I bavo found thai
wouU stand tho service rcqurrcd of iL"-[J. P.
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
" We think the Machine xuen MORE TUAN PATS
ron ITSELF EVEKY VKAU IN TUB SAVIXI; or GAH
JIENTS. W>* ibink it important the wriogersbould
be fitted with COGS."-[Orango Judd, Editor ol
Air "rican Agricultural.
"I hoarlily commend it to economists of time,
money and contentment."-[The Rov. Dr" Bel
Larne Wringer, "A" 812,00
Medium " t?B? 10.00
Doty'i Washer, Family Size, 14,00
H ? Hutcl ** 18,00
Merebahtt or good canvassers san make money
rapidly soiling thea in every town. Exclusive
sale guaranteed and liberal terms given to res
ponsible parties.who first apply. Descriptive Cir
cular and terms sent free.
Tho celebrated DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER,
which has j dst taken tho first premium at tho
great Fair of the Atnorican Institute, is also sold
by the undersigned.
K. C. BROWNIIYG,
No, 317, Broadway, Kew York.
F?b 21 10m 8
MY WOOD and BLACKSMITH SHOP is sup
plied with experienced woikmcn, seasoned
timber, and tho best materials, and we ure now
prepared m REPAIR CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
WAGGONS, 4C, in tbo best manner, and on
short notice. All work warranted.
GEORGE 7. STROTHER.
THE Subscriber having bron appointed agent
GERMANIA, HANOVER, NIAGARA &
REPUBLIC FIRE INSURANCE
Of New York,-the ajrgregato Cash Assetts of |
which ls NEAR THREE MILLIONS OF DOL
LARS-ls preparod to tako risks against. loss or
damage by Fire on liberal terms.
Z. W. CAR WILE, Agent.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JOHN
QUATTLEBAUM. dee'd., will please mnke
immediate payment, and all persons having de
m ands against the said E tate are requested to
present thom, duly attested, to the undersigned at
the laie reaidcr.ro of the deceased, on or bo?oro
the 3ut6 day of January 1867, as lhere will be a
final utilement of tho Estate on that day.
SIMEON COQBU?N, BsrV?r.
Jan 30 ly $
D. D. COHEN,
ISTo. 318 : Broad Street,
Wholesale aid Retail Dealer in
BUILDING MA-TE?I?t?, '
Carpenters' and Blacksmith's To o Is
Ci?NS, PiST?LSi AM.?TI?N,
Mill Irons and-Socks,
Bolting Cloth, \
Ac, ?c., Act
All of wbicb I am sailing as-cheap, If not elop
er, than any other IIouso ia the city.
Mar 13 fm * n
Arms and Legs.
ARTIFICIAL LIMB MAIER,
. Mansion Uouse, Ko. 2G0, Broad Street,
TflKSK Limbs aro unsurpassed l'or .Lightness,
Beauty of Finiah, ?ad Durability. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed in ali cases.
From the "Pailv Pre?-," Aogusta, Qa.,
Jan. 13th, 1866. .
. * Wo are w?ll acquainted ra-.fc th?
gentleman and taco great pleasure ic recommend
ing him to any who hare been ao unfortunate as
to lt.se either an arm or a leg. He understands
his business perfectly, and Mears an artificial lag
himself) of his owe make, on which we have seen
bim dacco, and we defy any one not acquainted
with the fact lo deteai it. Wehavaexamiuud.those
artificial li tubs, and have no hesitan cy in pronoun
cing th rm ibo be.?t wi oversaw. Let thc maimed
and crippled rejoice d?t tho Good Samaritan is
hero in tho parson of Mr. Uoggton. * *
Tho following letter is ono of th? ,many re
ceived by Mr. H :
ElaOKFiELD DISTRICT, S. C., Jan. 9, 136C.
Mr.: G. B. H0008OX-Siri.1 have.tested the lee
made by jon ; find it satl/factory^ and am pleased
with thc s imo. I bare no: hesitation in'recea
mrnding the Artificial Limbs made hr you lu my
comrades, who, Uko myself, haye ueeh unfortunate
rn the late wari ' Tours, ?tc.,
'* .' ' T. W. G ETZ KN, Capt; C. A.
March 7 Sm . - , 18
Drugs, Medicines, &c.
PLUMB & LEITNER,
212 BROAD STREET,*
WOULD respectfully invite the attention of
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS and PHY
SICIANS to their Stouk of
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES,
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,
StiAFS, ?rc, ATC, Arc.
PLUMB & LEITNER,
212 Broad Street,
Mar 7 3m .. 10
What I Wish ta Sell.
25 Bbls. of F.vrl'scelebrated Champagne CIDER,
and a fresh snpp!ry arriving weekly. ,
35 Casks of Bass A Co's. PALE ALE, in pints
50 Bbl*, af BOURBON WHISKEY 5
IO Bbl?. COG VAC BRANDY;
IO Bbls. MALAGA W?NE; .
?5 Cases IIEIDSICIC CHAMPAGNE-;
io Cane pura HOLLAND GIN, and kverjtVing
else in tho way of Liquo-s.
25 Hbds. Choice NEW BACON, prime article.
100 Bbls. Northern FLOUR, various brands.
IO Tierces fresh boat, new crop, RIC'S, prime.
50 Bids. SUGAR, all grades and varieties.
30 Bags CO IT EIC, assorted qualities.
IO Chests Jennings A Co's. TEAS, In i lb.
PEPPER. GINGER, SPICES, CLOVES,
75 Boxes SOAPS, all varieties.
50 Kore? Adamantino CANDLES.
25 Box?? Oswego STARCH.
Every kind and variety ?rf PICKLES, PRE
SERVES, Canned FRUIT, PISH nnd
OYSTERS, and everything elso usually
kept io a First Class Grocery Store.
100 Rbis. NEW MACKEREL.
ISO Kits No. 1 Family MACKEREL.
IRISU POTATOES for planting and family
200 Sacks CORN, arriving weekly at depot,
and new Goods in ray line generally, arri
ving daily, at low price?.
I Have Also,
Tho Agency for tho rale of YARNS and 03
NABUR?S, HOLLOW WARE and CASTINGS
af all kind;, oil of which will b? sold at LOW
Augusta, Mar 5 tf 10
SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO
Bach's Raw Boa?
fflB-PlSFM OF p!
. Baugh & Sons,
No. 20. Socth Delaware Arcane,
This valuable MANURE has been before tb?
agricultural public, under one name, for twelre
years past, and its character for rigor of action
and permanence in effect is well established. Be
fore tho war it was introduced to some extent in
the Southern States, and was found to be highly
Coi ton, Tobacco and ail Crops.
And as a perfect substitute for Peruvian Gu*
ano, (afforded at less than one. half th? cost,) it
has boon adepted by agriculturists of known in
telligence and discrimination. It is warranted
not to exhaust the soil, but on the contrary per*
mancntly to improve it. Tho eales now amount
to'many thousand tons annually, .and tho facili
ties for its manufacture are extensive and com
Pamphlet describing its distinctive claims, may
bo had on application to the undersigned, agent
of the manufacturers, from whom th? MANURE
may at all times be obtained.
Planters and Dealers would do well to
send in their orders early to
J. O. HATH EWS OX,
- General Agents,
Feb 13 tf T
WILL stand the SPRING SEASON of 1866,
at Twenty-five Dollar? the Sr??on.-com
mencing the lit Marci, und ending the HOrh Jun?.
.He will be al EdWfi-ld C H. on MONDAYS,
TUESDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, and st Dr.
John R. Molle}** ot. FRIDAfS, SATURDAYS
fend SUNDAYS. He will be on th? Road from
Edgefield to- Dr. Mobley'a.ou Thcradays. A Not?
for tte. 925 must be Riven in every instance, and
ono dollar also must be paid the erV>em.
JAB. M. HARRISON,
Agent for Tues. G. BACO*.
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