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F a ii o y and Sta p l e
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HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
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' FIRST DOOR BELOW MASONIC HALL,
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
WE take great pleasure in announcing to our friends and the
Trading Public ?hat we nave made LARGE PREPARATIONS
for the business of the present Season. We have now in Store a I
FANGY AMD STAPLE DRY GOODS,
' FOR THE
Fall and Winter Trade of 1866,
To which we will make LARGE ADDITIONS by every Steamer
from New York.
-MR. CHRISTOPHER GRAY,- with a ripe experience of Twen
ty five Years in the Dry Goods Trade, and who has been purcha
sing for the Augusta Market for Twenty Years, is now a member
of our Firm, and WILL RESIDE IN NEW YORK CITY, giving
all his time and attention to.the selection of ?such supplies as will
meet the wants and tastes*of our people.
This arrangement will give us EXTRAORDINARY FACILI
TIES FOR PURCHASING, and will enable us at all times, with
Ample Cash Capital, to take advantage of the FLUCTUATIONS
OF THE MARKETS, and the LARGE TRADE AUCTION
SALES that are taking place daily.
^"COUNTHY MERCHANTS visiting Augusta, and Dealers
generally should not make a single purchase before examining our
Goods, and informing themselves of the Prices.
EW"All orders entrusted to us are executed with the same
fidelity and attention which they would have, were the parties
present in person to select for themselves.
We have Full Lilies of the followiu? COTTON AND
WOOLED GOODS, which arc particularly adapted! to
thc CITY AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS ; Twilled TIRESIAS and Glazed CAMBRIC :
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS ; White and Red FLANNELS ;
Brown and Bleached CANTON FLANNELS ; Gray, Blue and Yellow FLANNELS ;
Brown DRILLINGS and JEANS ; Opera and^hirtin? FLANNELS ;
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS ; White aud Colored Blankets ;
White and Slate Corset JEANS ; Ladies CLOAKINGS and SACKINGS ;
Blue DENIMS and STRIPES ; SATINETS, TWEEDS and KERSEYS ;
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS ; Kentucky JEANS and Irmin CLOTHS ;
AH the Standard Brands of American CALI- ' Scotch TWEEDS and II ETHE RS ;
COES, in Colors, Plain Black, and Black Fine Colored French ?ASSIMERES ;
and White; F'me Black BROAD CLOTH and DOE
Manchester and Lancaster'GINGHAMS ; SKINS, ?e., &c, &c.
We have taken great care this Fall to make our ?
Dress Goods lepartment
More attractive than ever. It contains EVERYTHING FASH
IONABLE, EVERYTHING BEAUTIFUL, and EVERYTHING
CHEAP. We have also made some SPECIAL SELECTIONS IN
MOURNING DRESS GOODS which will be found very desirable.
Although we cannot enumerate we will give the name of a lew
leading Goods in this Department:
Black and Colored SILKS ; Black Habit CLOTH and REPS ; .
C-4 Real Black ALAPACA ; . Colored Empress CLOTH and VELOURS ;
G 4 Black and Colored LUSTRES ; Paria All Wools DELAINES and Scotch
G 4>Black and Colored French MERINOES ;. PLAIDS ;
C 4 Black and Colored COBURGS ; Orientai LUSTRES and DEB AG ES ;
Rupex and American POPLINS ; Paris Silk Plaid POPLINS ;
Black BOMBAZINES and Canton CLOTHS ; POIL DECHEVIES, &c., &c, ?c.
OUR CLOAK ROOM
Is the largesHn the City, and will afford ample room for the Ex
hibition of CLOAKS and SHAWLS of the'LATEST STYLES of
Ladies Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks
Will be in GREAT VARIETY, and from CHEAP to VERY FINE
LADIES' SHAWLS IN JlOUSELINE DELAINE, ME
RINO AND CA5?HMER?,--Long and Square, iu Black Mode
aud High Colors.
( FULL SUPPLIES of the different Goods coming under the
following headings always on hand :
LINENS, WHITE GOODS,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
FANCY GOODS AND TJOYS,
HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS,
RIBBONS, HABERDASHERY, fcc.
^Packages delivered in any part of the City and Hamburg
FREKOF CHAROS. " 1 J
#EL?1f & T'
Nex? 'Db?r to Masonic Hall.
Angula, Sept 3 tf 36 - j
State of South Carolina,
Ca tb.-i rino Holmes, et. ol., ]
vs. ? .
W". F. Prescott and W. I/. [
Holme?, Adm'ors, et ni. J
B^T Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this case,
I will soil at EcVefioli Court House, on Mon
day the 1st day of October nert, tho REAL ES
TATE of Capt. WYjATT HOLMES, dec'd., to wit:
TRACT NO. ti Contaioing Three Hundred
and Fifty-five Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of P. Thurmond and other lands of the Estate of
Wyatt Holme;, dec'd.
TRACT NO. 2, Containing Two Hundred and
Eleven Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of J.
M. Clark, Thurmond and' others. I
TRACT NO. 3, Containing One Hundred and
Forty-Sir Acres, more or less, adjoining landa of
J. M. Clark and other lands of tho Est?t o of j
TRACT. NO. 4, Containing Two Hundred and
Fifty-Two Acres, more or less, adjoining lands J.
M. Clark, Mrs. Ann Collins, et al.
TRACT NO. 5, Containing One Hundred and
Forty-One Acres, more or less, adjoinings lands
of Pardoe? J. M. Clark and others.
TRACT-NO. C, Containing One Hundred and
Eighty Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands of the
Estato of Lewis danton, Mrs. Ann Collins and
TRACT NO. 7, Containing Two Hundred and
Thirty-Eight Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Ann- Collins and other lands of the Estate
'ot Wyatt Holmes.
TRACT NO. 8, Containing Two Hundred and
Seventy-Five Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Tandy Buckhnltor, Mrs. S. Brunson, et ni.
TRACI1 NO. 9, Containing Four Hundred and
Twenty-Seven Acros, moro or less, adjoining
lands of Mr3. S. Brunson, James Collins, Estate
of Glanton and others.
TRACI' NO. IO, Known as the MERRI
WETHEIl TRACT containing Twenty-One Acres,
more or tasa, adjoining lands of F. W. Burt, Es
I tate of Cr if ton and others.
^i^Plits of tho Lands can bo seen at the
?Sold on a credit of twelve months with intorest
from day of sale, except so much thereof as will
? be necessary to pay the cost of this suit, which
must bo paid ia cash. Purchasers will be re
quired to give Bond with ample personal sureties,
and a Mortgage of tho premisos to secure tho pur
chase money, and pay for titles extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 4, _ 5t 3G.
State of South Carolina,
M. M. Padgett and B. T. 1
R.D. Bryan,Ex*tor.,Eliz. |
Stone, et al. J
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this
causa, I will-soil at Edgoficld C. H., on Mon
day, the 1st day of October next, tho REAL ES
TATE of W. L. STONE, dec'd., described in ihe
pleadings, to wit:
ONE TRACT OFLAND, containing Five Hun
dred and Twenty-Eight Acres, moro or less, ad
joining lands of tho Estate of Dr. E. Bland, Goo.
Bland; Mrs. E. Holmes, J. C. Smyly and .others.
Sold on a credit of twelve months with inter?s
from day of sale, except os to costs of suit, which
must bo paid in Cash. Purchaser to give Bond
with ampio Suroties, and a Mortgage of tho prem
ises to secure the purchaso money. Titlos extrx
Z: W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 4, ISCC '* ' -it-'_M
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa., to me
directed, I will proceed to sell on' tho first
Monday in October next at Edgefiold C. H., tho
following property, in the following cases, viz:
Waldo & Addison vs. Robt. G. Lamar, Thomas
G. Lamar and Thos. W. Whatley, One Tract of |
Land containing One Hundred Acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of L. Churchill, Wm. Hill
and others,-situated near tho Town of Hamburg,
and levied on as the property of the Defendant j
Robt. G. Lamar.--: .1 ;
J. J. Kennedy vs AVG. Nagle/Sr., Ono Tract j
of Land 'containing Fifty Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands ef Thos. Sealy, Mrs. Mary La
mar and othors, situated near tho Town of Ham
WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Sheriff's Office, Sept 5 5t 30'
State of South CaroHna,
Henry F. Green and wife, Applicants,
Amelia Stidbam, Emma Mos?, Jame"! . Partit'n.
Green, Guar, ad litem of Wm. Cook,
Ab. Cook and Samantha Cook, Dcf's J
BY an Order from thc Ordinary. I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in October next, for Partition, thc
REAL ESTATE of MARSHAL STIDHAM,.
dec'd., consisting of a TRACT OF LAND lying
and being in thc District and State aforesaid,
containing Three Hundred and Thirty-one (331)
Acres, moro or less, and adjoining Maj. John II.
Hughes, Estate of Bailey Corley, . John Jennings
TERMS-On a credit of twelve months. Pos
session to bo given lit January next. Tho Pur
chaser to give Bond and Security and a Mortgage
of tho Premises to the Ordinary to secure the
purchaso money. Cos', to be paid in Cash, in
Specie, and to pay for Titles extra.
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Sept 5 il 3G
State of South Carolina,
AV ORDIN?R Y.
Jas. R. Crouch and wife Anna, Plaintiff, ")
vs i p
Simeon Crouch, Guar, ad litem of James ?
A. Ridgell, Defendant?. J
BY an Order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at EJgeGeld Court House on tho first
Monday in October next, for Partition, the
REAL ESTATE of NORRIS J. RIDGELL,
dec'd., all that TRACT OR PARCEL of LAND
situated in the District and State aforesaid, con
taining Ninety Acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of A. Whittle. M. Deloach, Joel Ridgell
TERM.S.-On a credit of twelvemonths. Pur
chasers-to give Bond and Security, and a Mort
gage to thc Ordinary to secure thc purchase mon
ey. Costs to bo paid in Cash jn Specie^ and to
pay for Titles extra. .
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Sept G 5t 36
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDIN'AR Y.
Mathew Abney and others, Plaintiffs 1
- Samuel Posey, Guar, ad litem of , Partition
Picken* Abney, Elvira Abney and I
Jarrett Abney, jr., Def'ts. J -
BY an Order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to soil at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in October nextf for Partition, tho
REAL ESTATE of HOLLY ABNEY, dec'd.,
situated in the District ?ind Sta! ; aforesaid, con
sisting of a TRACT OF LAND, containing One
Hundred (100) Acrop, morp or liss, adjoining
lands of David Mack, Samuol Wobb, Chas. Nick
erson and lands of tho Estate o: - Wallace,
TERMS- On n credit of twelv* months. Pur
chaser to give Bond and Security, and a Mort
gage to the Ordinary to socurc flu purchase mon
oy. Costs to be pnid in Cash, in Specie, and to
pay for Titles extra.
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Sept 5 5t 3G
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whoreas, John Lyon, has applied to mo for
Letter? of Administration, on all and .singular
the goods and chattels rights and credits of
John Leigh*,, late of the District aforesaid
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
und singular, the kindred and creditors of tho said
deceased, to bo andappcarbefore me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said Distiiet,to beholden
at Edgefield Court House, on tho?6th day.of
Sept next, to show cause, if any, why tho said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seul, this 23d day
of Aug. in the year of our Lord ono thous
and eight hundrod and sixty-six, and in tho
ninoyfirst year of tho sovereignty and Indepen
dence of the United Statos of Amorlea.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Aug 28 2t 35
?N .Friday night last, 17th inst, from thc orn
pioyment of ihe Subscriber, a young Nogr'o
fellow, named EMORY, who innerly belonged to
Maj. Geo. Huiet, of this District I have a writ
ten contract for this fellow's labor this' year, ap
proved hy tho Military authorities.' And I'hereby
forwarB any person hlfoing and fccdin'g:him so as
[?to keep him out of ajy'employmon^ If any ono
j Biros, orfo?ds him, thoy (io itvat fho rtric'?f having
to pay to mo damage?. I need his labor.
A. G. TEAGUE.
Edgefield C. H., Aag 2? 3t 34
.2 \ - RECORD.
68 \ A Family Journal. \
2? I CHiJU?STO?,fJ.O. j ^
/ $4 per Annum
g gag aglaia >
H MAMMOTH SHEET, "
Having the largest cona try ci renkt ion in the Stat?
T. A. MOOD & ?. 8. BII'.D, Editors ti Prop'?.
Aug'st.22 tf . 34
LAND FOR SALE.
ABOUT SIX HUNDRED
ACRES, situated in Beech
Island, South Carolina, 0 miles
from Augusta. Town Creek runs
through this Land with water power sufficient for
any kind of Mill. It is well-wcoded and tim
bered. Abont 150 Acros of open'land.
This Land is good for Cotton or any kind of
produce, and would bo invaluable for Fruit Or
chards, Nursery, Ac., as tho land on the West
side of tho Creek lies just right for that purpose
It is also one of the best kind of places for
Apply to J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Aug 27 2m 35
LAND FOR SALE.
THE Subs Tiber ofTers for sale
his VALUABLE PINEY
WOODS PLANTATION, con- ,
taining Six Hundred and. Sev- ????__
en Acres, situated on Horse Creek, abont thrco
miles above Vaucluse, and within one mile of thc
routo of tho Columbia & Augusta Kail Road.
Said place is well watered, has on it a good Mill
site with stone dam already built, is well adapted
to the growth of Corn, Cotton, Potatoes, Peas,
and small Grain ; will produce from 500 to 1000
pounds per acre ; has a comfortable Dwelling and
other necessary out-buildings, and is convenient
to tho markots of Aiken, Granitcvillo and Au
Those wishing to purchase are requested to call
on Mr. JAMES DAY, on the premises, and exam
ine tho present crop, and then call and seo mc.
Aug 28 2m* 35
THE Subscriber announces to bis old friends
and patrons that he is now giving his at
tention to G IN REPAIRING, and warrants sat
isfaction to all who may employ him. His past
success in REPAIRING GINS justifies him in
soliciting the patronage of planters and farmers.
W. B. MAYS.
Edgefield C. H., Aug 22 . 3t34
An Appeal for Assistance
TO thojo whom I have so long indulged, and
are unavoidably in arrears, I apply for help.
I am notified that an action will bc brought
against me for debt, and I do not want to pay
cos.t, neither do I desiro to mako any one else. If
those who owe mc will each pay a little before
Return Day, it will enable mo to pay, and I can
then wait and live a while longer, God willing.
Hopo none will take offence at this cull, which
I would not bavo made this soon, were I not really
compelled to do so in order to kcop tho equili
brium. T. HOOT.
Aug 22 2t 34 '
rfllKE Undersigned will, for tho next ninety
X days, hold themselves ready to Compromise
with their dchtori. All thoso indebted aro earn
estly requited to como forward and avail them
selves of this offer. Tho terms will bo accommo
dating and satisfactory. One of the Firm can bo
found at tho Masonic Building, Liberty Hill, S.
C., at all hour3 of thc day.
LANIER <fe LEW.IS.
Aug 23 Tm3 35
THE BOOKS, NOTES and ACCOUNTS of |
S. E. BOWERS, Agent, have been placed
in my hands for settlement. Parties concerned
are hereby notified that thoy must settle, or legal
process wiH be instituted.
The Books. Ac., may be found until 10th Sept.
at tho Store ?." S. E. BOWERS, Hamburg.
JOHN S. DAVIDSON,
Attorney at Law, Broad St., Augusta,
Opposite Centra' Hotel.
Aug 28_tf_ 35
Call and Settle.
THOSE indebted to tho Subscriber on Account
are requested to call on Mr. JAS. M. HARRI
SON, my authorized Agent, "nd settle thc same by
Cash or Note, immediate.. . My old business
must be closed up.
TIIOS. G. BACON.
Aug. 2'J lu? 5 5
NOTICE ig hereby given that application will
be made to the Legislature at its next sitting
to have thc Estate of NOEL ETHE REDG E, dee'd.,
liable to escheat, vested in his mother NE^LV
PART.VIX, and his brother, JACOB ETSEBEDCE.
Aug'st 20 3m 35
? Fin*! Notice.
ALL Persons in anywise indebted to thc Ecfite
of MATHEW MAYS, dee'd., or Mrs. ELIZ
ABETH MAYS, dee'd., nre notified to pay the
same by Return Day ; otherwiso it will become
my unpleasant duty to place the same in suit.
G. R. MAYS, Ad'or.
Aug. 2!) . 3t ' 33 .
PERSONS indebted to the Estate of L. W.
MAYS, dee'd, are earnestly requested to
come forward and settle up by* Return Day, and
thereby save ine from tho necessity of putting thc
samo in an Attorney's hands for collection. As
Executor my duty is imperative, and I cannot
give lunger indulgence.
GEO. R. MAYS, Ex*or.
_Aug. 21),_ __3_t__35_
ALL Persons indebted to tho Estate of GEO.
W. LANDRUM, doe'd., or to tho lntc firm
of LANDRUM A MOORE, aro notified lo pay
the samo before noxt Return Day, or make some
satisfactory arrangement for settling, as I havo
no discretion In tho matter.
W. M. LANDRUM, Adm'or.
Aug l l 4t ;\a
ALL Persons indobtcd to tho Undersigned by
Note or Account are requested to see mo at
an early day and make some satisfactory arrange
ment. I hope this notice will bo heeded.
W. W. ADAMS.
Aug 15 4t 83
Notice to Debtors.
ALL persons indebted to thc Estate of JAMES
BOYD, dee'd, are requested to settle with
moby tho first of September next ; after ' that
time they will bo sued on. Thc creditors of tho
Estate forces me to sottlo up tho Estato this win
ter. ' . TIIOS. B. REESE, Adm'or.
Aug. 8 ."t_32
ALL porsons indobtcd to thc Estato of ROBT.
J. DELPH, deceased, are notified to pay the
sumo boforc next return day; otherwiso all claims
will bo placod in tho hands of an AUornoy for
collection. Thoso having claims against said
Estate will plcaso renderthem in accordingto law.
A. J. PELLETIER, Adm'r.
Hamburg, S. C., June 11th, 'fifi. 3ni 24.
ALL Porsons indebted to tho Estato of A. J.
RAMBO, dec'., late of Edgofiold District,
aro requested to mako immediatepaymont, other
wise all claims will bo placed in thc hands of an
Attorney for collection. AU persons having
claims against the Estate will present them with
in the limits prescribed by law.
M. S. RAMBO, Ex'ix.
July 4' 10t 27
ALL porsons indobtcd to tho Estato of JOnN
L. DOBEY, deo'd., ore notified to poy the
same ot an early date. ThoFo having claims
against said Estato are rcquirod to render them in
by tho 15th Octobor noxt, or said claims will be
barred, as on that day a final sottlemont will be
mado in the Ordinary's office on tlie snid Estate.
W. E. DOBY", Ad'or.
July 4_ 3m_ 27
ALL Persons indobted to the Estato of J. P.
BATES, deceased, are requested td pay .Ibe
sauic-na-early as possible Those having claims
against the said Estato are-no'tificd to renderthem
pl ta fae undersign*!, properly attested. .
LUCY J. BATES, Ad'ix.
Jnly SO l?t 31
THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL
will commence on MONDAY, tho 3d of Sept.
Tuition, fier Sent?n of Five Months.
In English Branches,.$20,00
In Ancient Languages and Advanced
Board, including Light and Washing, . 60,00
These charges are in Gold, or its ?quivalent;
payable, one-half in advance, or the whole amount
at the middle of the Session.
As Pupils who enter several weeks after tho,
School begins, or who arc frequently absent, al
ways giro tho Teachor much extra trouble, no
deductions will bc made in such cases. Parents
are earnestly requested to have their children
present the jtmt day, and to keep them constant
ly in attendance till the last day of the Scssiou.
Monthly reports of attendance, doportmcnt,
and scholarship will be sent to parents, and every
suitable oifort will bc made to secure good con
duct, and faithful study on the part of "Pupils.
L. lt. GWALTNEY.
July IS, 2m 29
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Exercises of this
?. INSTITUTION will bo
resumed on the FIRST
MONDAY in SEPTEM-J
Temira per Smr.ion of Tuenty Wrrlcs, pay alic in
Specie, or itu equivalent.
Tuition in Collegiate Course,.S2"),00
" " Academic " . 18,00
" " Primary " . 12.00
" ?' Music " . 20,00
Uso of Instrument. 2,00
Contingent Fee.,. 2,00
Board, exclusive of washing, per month, I2,0n
Boarders must furnish towels, sheets, pillow
cases, blankets or comforts, coverlet, and s?ap.
Payment required in advance. Pupils will bo
charged for tho whole Session, unless they enter
four wcoks aftor its commencement. No deduc
'tion will bc made except in cases of protracted
REV. M. W. SAMS, PKESIOENT.
Aug 8 tf 32
Shady Hill Select School
MRS. WM. GOODMAN will rc
open her SELECT SCHOOL on thc
p?S$ first Monday in September. Terms
for small Scholars, $? per Session of |
lo weeks : SO for thoso farther ad
vanced, with tho addition of 50 ets. each for con
Latin and French, per Session, $5 each.
Music on tho Piano, 810 ; usc of Instrumout $2.
Needle wbrk and Plain Scwiqg taught gratis.
Aug 22 If 34
TUE MISSES SEDGWICK'S
BOARDING IP HAY $1(1,
Corner Washington and Tclfair Streets,
THE SCHOOL will rc
^ open OCTOBER 3d. Tho
i:holastic year consists
of Thirty-five Weeks of
Session, and two of va
cation at Christmas.
Tho MISSES SEDGWICK desire to mako
thoir School ono of superior excollencc, aud no
pains will bo spared to accomplish their end.
Augusta, from its central position, and from tho well
known and universally acknowledged refinement,
of its society, presents superior advantages as a
School. Thc houso secur.d is large and airy,
thc rooms commodious and well ventilated, and
attached is a large ornamental garden, present
ing a desirable place for plensaut and hcathful
exercise, T*hcro will bo a French Governess in
tho family, ol' established ability, with whom* thc
Young Ladies will bo obliged always to convorsc
in French. Tho Pupils will bo under thc con
stant supervision of experienced and refined
toachcrs, and their moral and religious training
will bc carefully attended to.
Thc course of Study will comprise all the vari
ous English branches and Mathematics, necessa
ry for a thorough and accomplished education,
and will also include instruction in Vocal and
Instrumental Music, Drawing, Painting, and in
the Latin, German and French languages. Vocal
music wili bo a daily exercise in thc School.
As tho number of Boarding Pupils will bo lim
ited, preferenco will bo givon those who apply to
on ter tho family for the Scholastic year.
Circulars, containing terms and additional par
ticulars for b th Boarding and Day pupils, may
bc obtained by addressing the Principals.
Tho MISSES SEDGWICK having taught in
Augusta for the lost sixteen years, have no hesi
tation in referring to their patrons and pupils,
and to thc following gentlemen :
Hon. E. J. Jerkins, Col. R. B. Bullock,
Geo. G. McWhortcr. Esq. Dr. T. W. Batley,
Antoine Poullain, Esq. Hon. Wm. T. Gould,
Hon. E. Starncs, Jumes Miller, Esq.
Dr. J. P. Garvin, Geo. M. Thew, Esq.
Aur-S 1m 32
AM NOW prepared to wait upon you to thc
best of my ability, and furnish you whatever
you shall call for in the way of
DBY CO ODS,
AND St NORIE*.
S. F. GOODE, Esq., lately associated with mo
in tho Dry Goods and Mercantile business, hav
ing withdrawn his interest from H12 concern, I
now respectfully solii-it for myself a share of thc
patronage heretofore bestowed upon tho Firm.
.I am to bo found, as h.-rctof?rc for some months
pa?t, at the C'orr.cr-rtho old and well-known
stand of Bland A Butler. 1 have,'sud constant
ly keep on h;md, everything in thc way of _
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
Usually found in a well-conducted Village Store;
all of which I oder for CASH AT THE LOWEST
J. Mi U ITT,
Edgcfield, June IS, rf 26
New Flour, Hains, Buller, Cheese,
* Sugar, Syrup, &c,
50 Barrels Choico FAMILY FLOUR-ground
from New Wheat.
5 Tioroos.SUGAR CURED HAM?.
8 Firkins Prime GOSHEN 1JUTTFR.
Choice STATE CHEESE.
Barrels STUART'S SUGARS, all grades.
10 Barrels Stuart's. Sugar Houso SYR Ult
Also, a General Lino of NEW Gb ?C li RI ES,
just received and for salo wholesale ai.d rotail, by
JAS. G.. li A IL IE & UKO.,
205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Aug 14 tf ..33
A New.and Grand Epoch in Medicine,
Dit. MACUIEI. is tho founder of a new Medical
System ! Tho quantitarians, whose vast internal
dones onfeeblo tho stomach and paralyze tho bow
els, must give prcocdenoc to tho man who restores
health and appetite, with from ono to two of his
extraordinary Pills, nnd euros tho most virulent
sores with a box or so of his wonderful and all
healing Salvo. These two great specifics of thc
Doctor aro fast supors?diog nil tho stereotyped
nostrums of the day. Extraordinary cures by
Muggiel's Pills nnd Salve have opened t.o eyes
of the public to tho inefficiency of thc (so-called)
remedies of others, and upon which people have
HO long blindly depended. Mnggiel's Pills arc
hot of tho class that aro swallowed hy -tho dozen,
and of which every box full taken creates an ab
solute necessity for smother. Ono or two of Mag
gicl's Pills suffices to placo tho bowels in perfect
order, tune tho stomach, create an appetite,, and
render tho spirits light and buoyant ! There is
no griping, and no jonction in tho form of con
stipation. If the liver is affectod, its functions
arc restored ; and" if tho nervous system is focblc,
it is invigorated. This last quality makes thc
mediemos very desirable for the wants of delicate
females. Ulcerous nnd eruptivo diseases aro lite
rally extinguished by tho disinfectant power of
Mnggiel's Salvo. In fact, it is hore announced
that JHaggiel's Billions, Dyspeptic and
Diarrhoea Pills euro whoro .all others fail.
Whilo for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts, and all
abrasions of the .'kin, JHaggiel's Salve is in
fallible.. Sold by J. MACOIEL, ll Pino Streot,
Now York, and ail Druggists, at 22 cts. per box.
Aug-15 \ ,. ' ly ' 33
Cry?tal Kerosene Oil. "1
JUST received ono Barrel PURE CRYSTAL
KEROSENE OIL. For sale by .
TEAGUE & CARWILE.
July 17 tf 29
JONES, SMYTH & CO.,
102 Broad Street,
"Wholesale and [Retail
DEALERS IN .
STOVES, RANGES, TIN WARE,
OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE CELEBRATED
P Harvest Queen Cook Stove,
Of various sizes, cither with or without Copper
Tm's Stove has been favorably known in Ibo
South for several years, and from tlje large
number sold sinco the War we can safely recom
mend it as being just what is .required for this
section of country, and when furnished with
Copper Boiler forms as completo a Cook Stove as
ever offered to tho public
Wo also keep f, largo supply of general House
Furnishing Goods, such ns Silver Plated, Bri
tania and Planished Ware, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Cutlery, .Co., Ac.
ESTWc would call tho attention' of Country
Merchants to our Stock cf Manufactured Tin
Waro, which we offer to the trade nf very low
JONES, SMYTH & ?o"
S. S. JONES & CO.
Augnsta, Aug 27 ' Sm.li
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO!
E ARE NOW RECEIVING A PURE
ARTICLE OF No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
Plantera will send in their ORDERS FOR
TITI : WU RAT CROP.
CRUMP, DAVISON k CO.,
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Aug 27 lui 35
~J. S. CO LUS,
FACTOR AND FORWARDING
Ml Reynold ?street,
(Near South Carolina Depot;)
Will Sell Cotton and Produce (!en
OR RECEIVE THE 'SAME ON STORAGE.
Will Furnish or Purchase Planters'
Augusta, Aug 15 - Cm 33
FLEMING & WRIGHT.
No. ?, Warren Block,
BUY AND SELL ON C 0 M MIS SIO N
BACON; LARD, FLOUR, GRAIN,
AND SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS;
pQ-Consignments of COTTON particularly
rolicitcd, for which wc havo CLOSE, FIRE
PROOF STORAGE. #
Augusta, Aug 13, 4aa 33
CEOi R. CRI MP, I W. D. DAVISON, | WJf. A. WRIGHT.
CRUMP, -DAVISON & CO,,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
Bacon, Lard, Flow, Grain..
BAGGING, ROPE AND GUANO,
209 Broad Street,
AUGUST A, GEORGI A.
WITH a view of extending our business, wc
have this day taken in Partnership Mr.
WM. T? DAVISON, who for many years TVHS a
prominent Merchant of this City, and whu is
well known throughout thc South. Wo present
to thc trade facilities second to no house in tho
South, and shall keep constantly on hnnd such
leading articles as arc set forth in our Cr.nl,
guaranteeing to give entire satisfactio i. ..
G KO. P. CRUMP A CO.
We an- also prepared to do a- COTTON BUSI
NESS, and solicit Consignments from Plantors,
pledging ourselves to obtain the highest Ci?b
market prices, our MR. DAVISON having had
fifteen year; experience in the business.
In addition to our supply of Oroccries, etc.. we
arc IMPORTING THE PURE NO. 1 PERU
VIAN GUANO, which wc will punrantce gc.au
inc.nnd will also ktep thc BEST PHOSPHATES^
;;nd only those we can recommend to Farmer: as
a genuine article.
Your business is most earnestly solicited.
CRUMP, DAVISON & CO.,
?00 Broad St.,
Aug 14 -m 3::
JOHN &.?H0S. A,"EDIES,
IO?AVE on hand a Diroet Importation of
' Rodger's TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY :
PAD' LOCKS with Master Keys j
ANVILS, BELLOWS; VICES j
TRACES, Olobo Work FILES ;
SHOVELS, SPADES, AXES ;
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, ?c., ic.
\V< will continue to receive a fino assortment of
HARDWARE,-which wc offer low.
Augusta, Aug 7 'lt "2
CORN MEAL, G-EITS,
AND STOCK FEED ! ' .
^ORN MEAL, fresh ground daily, Bolted ar
Unbolted, from selected White Com, at One Del
lar and Sixty Cents u "bushel.
YELLOW CORN MEAL, unbolted, at O-io
Dollar and Fift.y-fiyo Cents a bushel.
Also, that CELEBRATED STOCK FEE'.),
good fur Stock of all kinds, pronounced by judges
thc best ami cheapest feed now used, selling at
thc price of- Three Cents per pound.
For Falc at 218, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., ><r
" (?ranitc Mills," by
GEO. Ti JACKSON & CO.
N. B.-Wo will Exchange thc above Articles
for Wheat, allowing thc highest market price for
all Primo, While or Red.
Augusta, July 30, lnv.'!l
A Great Preventive of Sickness!
THU PUREST AND TI?E REST !
TTSEFUL in any disease in which a Medicino
\J is necessary to net on tho Liver, keep the
Bowels frov and healthy or purify tho blood, lt
produces an evacuation of tho 'morbid bile in
cases of lilliousness, and improves thc complex
ion and general health.
If it is taken at tho first symptoms of disease
but little medicino will bo necessary in a famil/
Proparcd by J. DENNIS, M. D., Augusta, Gi.
Augusta, July 30 lm 31
Tor Picking Cotton in thc Field !
ASIMPLE and compact Instalment weighing
about two pounds-pjck tbroo or four time!
faster thnn by hnnd, leaving tho Cotton clean
and freo from trash. Price $20.
; Ordcrs.can bo filiad by *
THE HOWE MANUFACTURING CO.,
. 81.Cedar St., New York.
Or by our Agents thronglic-ut the South.
Now York, Aug 22 *Cmii.tr31
\n~Invcnlion of Kare Merit;,
MET AT.- .! TOP
THAT WILL NOT BREAK
BY ll E.VT, '
Burns up all gas and smoke.'
never breaks by puttinson a .
shade.; short, and not top
heavy : is easiiy cleaned by
removing top; in fact, tho
most perteot chimney known
-and is fast superseding all
others whero it has been in
? Wo dealer can afford to bo 1
without them. ?
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY-CO.,*
73 Warren St., W.' Y.'
Aug 14 Cm" . . . 33 .
NEW ERA IN MEDICIKE!
? ET tho SUFFERING and DISEASED read
S A thc following.
Lot all who have been given up bj Doc
tor.-, and spoken <>f as incurable, read the follow
ing, li ;. ~; .
5^*" Let all who can bclicvo facts and can
have faith in cvldenco, read thc following':..
Know nil Men-by these Presents," ?
That, or. this, tbc Zfllh dciy of June, in the year
nf our Lord .18r"(?, personally carao Joseph Hay
cock, tu mc known an such, and being duly sworn,
deposed us follows : That he is thc 'sole General
Agent for the United States and dependencies
(hereof for preparations or incdiciues known as
MA (Kl IE L'S PILLS and SALVE, and that tho
following Ccrtifi<-!iic3 are verbatim copies lo tho
host of his knowledge and helief.
~->) JAMES SMEITKE,
L. s. f Notary Public,
Wall Street, New York.
? JUNK 1ST, 1 SCO.
Du. MACCIEL: I tako my pen to write you
of my great relief and that the awful pain in my
fido has loft lac atlast-thanks to your Medicine.
Oh, Doctor, how thankful I am that I can get
some sleep. I can never write it enough. I
thank you again and again, and am sure that
you arc really the friend cf all sufferers. I could
not help writing to you, and hopo you will not
tako it amiss.
110 Avenue D.
55^"* This is to certify that I was discharged
frora the Army with a Chronic Diarrhoea, au?
have been cured by Dr. MAGGIEL'S TILLS.
27 Pitt Street.
NEW YORK-, April 7th, 1S0G.
?53- The following is an interesting case of a
man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pour
ing melted iron i a to a Hail: (hat was damp and
wet, caused an explosion. Thc melted iron was
threwn around aud on him in a perfect shower,
and ho was burned dreadfully. The following
Certificate was given to me, by him, about eight
weeks after thc accident :
NEW YORK, Jan. ll, 1800.
My name is J::c"b Hardy ;? I am an Iron
Founder : I was badly burned by hot iron in No
vember last ; my bums healed, but I had a run
ning sore on my leg that would not heal ; I tried
MAGGIEL'S SALVE, and it cured mo in a fer/
?.recks. This is all true, and anybody can now
see mc at Jackson's Iron Works, 2d Avenue.
119 Gocrick Street.
Extracts from Various Letters..
" I had no appetite : MAGGIEL'S PILLS gave
mo a hearty one.''/
"Your PILLS aro marvelous."
"I send for anuthci Box, and keep them in tho
"Dr. MACGIEL has cured my headache that
" I gavo half of ono of your PILLS to my
babe for cholera morbus. The dear little thing
got well in a day." .
" My nausea of a morning is i>ow cured."
"Your Lox of MAGGGIEL'.S SALVE cured
mc of noises in thc head. I rubbed somo of your
SALVE behind my cars, and the noise left."
" Send mo two Boxes; I want ono for a poor
"I enclose a Dollar; your price is 25 cents, but
thc Medicine to mc is worths Dollar."
" Send me five Boxes of your PILLS."
.V Let mo have three Boxes of your SALVE by
pB" I havo over Two Hundred such Testimo
nials as these, but want of space compel? mc to
J. MAGGIEL, M. D.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Aro sold in Edgclield by
??" Notice.--None genuine witho?t tho en
graved trade-mark around each potorbox^cir-ned
by DR. J. MAGGIEL, 11 Pine street, New York,
to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medi
cines throughout thc United States and Canadas
-at 25 cents per box or pot.
Aug. 15, ly 33.
CR?VESTEEN & CO.,
499 Broadway, New Yorit.
THESE PIANOS received the nighest Award
of Merit at tho World's Fair, over tho best
makers from London, Paris, Germany, the cities
of .New York, Philadelphia, Ballimore and Bos
un : also, the Cold Medal at thc American
institute, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE VEARS ! !
Our Pianos contain thc French. Grand Action,
Harp Pedal, Overstrung Bass, Full Iron Frame,
and all Modern Improvements. Every In.?lru
inent warrentetl Fl VF YEARS! Mado under
thc superv'uion of Mr. J. II. GROVESTEEN,
who bas a practical experience of over thirty-Cvo
year?, and is thc maker of over eleven thousand
Piuno.Fortes, Our facilities for manufacturing
enable.us to sell thcsti instruments from $100 to
S200 cheaper than any fir.-t class piano forte.
Aug 8 . lyu&r " 32
DECEASED SOLDIERS OF SOITII
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WITH the partial resumption of mail facili-'
tics, I again, under appointment of the
Legislature, request thc names of all who died in
service, of disease, from accident or wound?, or
who fell in battle. . Givo thc namo in full-Dis
trict-Rnnk-Company-Regiment and arm of
?enrice-Data und causo of death, and whero ho
died and age.
Tho Record cannot bo completed without tho
assistance of all who lake an interest in this rao
morial. Especially to cur returned soldiors do I
now make this appeal. If it be but a single
name VDU can furui;!;, send t to me at '..nee.
WM. J. RIVERS,
State Agent for Rccon i::g, Ac.
July Ul St 2?
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
THE. Subscriber respectfully announces to Iho
public that ho has commenced thc CAR
RIAGE and WAGON BUSINESS at his resi
dence about ?i miles North of Good Hopo Church,
and about onc mile from Trinity Church, in this
District, whero he will execute in th? BEST
POSSIBLE MANNER, all work in the line, and
on short notice.
REPAIRING-either Wood Work or Black
smithing-done well and promptly.
H'JsT'l will keep on hand, and make to order,
COFFINS of all kind?, and at very low rates.
. I keep nono but tho BEST MATERIAL, and
will warran Um y work to givo satisfaction.
I am also prepared to havo BOOTS and SHOES
made to order in good stylo, and by an experi
j2TJ*Gi,vc mc s trial, and encourago home en
JAS. St HUGHES.
Juno 12 Om 24
4f?1 p?V^PEItArEAR!'-Wowant AgcntB
^JLOvrvF evdrywhero to sell our -iiimovan
$20 Sowing Machines. Three new kinds. Under
and upper feed. Sent on trial. Warranted Jiy?
years, .ibovo salary or largo commissions paid.
Thc rjs?T machines sold in United States for lets
titan ?10, which aro/M%Z?ccii*eo,6yi/ptr?,,ir?f<- .
lev ? Wilson, Grover & Baler, Singer ii: Co., mM
Baehelder: Al! other cheap machines are tn-'
fr inarm cats and the seller, or user are italic to ar
rest, /inc and imprisonment. Illustrated efren
l irs s'ont 'free. Address, or coll upon Shaw &
Clark, at Biddfeford, Maine, or Chicago, 111.
JunoO _ j ""ly- 3&
j . ~~ Notice.
THE Notes of the Estato.of W. ;J..W.ELLJia
deceased, havo been placed in my kand^far
collection. AU persons interested wiumca^pjv
Iheirmatlors-in thls'Estato carly-attention,, os the-.
W. W. ADAMS, Attorney at Law.
Aug. 7, " 4t 32