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MY FRIENDS and the TRAVELING PUB
LIC GENERALLY are notified that.[ hare
u.cii a NEff LEASE on this House, and trill be
glad to serve thom to the best of my ability on
all occasions, and at all times.
N. B Believe no reports from any quarter
whatever that I have given up the Hotel, or that
I intend doing ?io. My calcul.;: iou is to bs per
manently located, and my friends may rely upon
finding me at home, nnd pleased to see and serve
Witt. Al. THOMAS.
Augusta, duly 27, 3m 29
JONES, SMYTH E Cu.,
19:? ?road Street,
"Wholesale and Retail
STOVES HINGES, TIN WARE,
OFFERTO THTi-PUBLICTHE CELEBRATED
Harvest Queen Cook Stove,
Of various ?'?r"i>, either with or without Copper
This Stove ku been favorably known in tb?
s South for scvvnl years, and from 'be.larg?
nuuibor sold sinco the War we can safely recorn
mend it as being just what is required for this
Faction of country, and when furnished witl
Copper Boiler forms as complete a Cook Stove af
ever < fife red to the public.
We also ke?p a large supply of general House
Furnishing Goods, such a- Silver Plated, Bri
tania and Pla iisbed Ware, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac.
ESTWe wiuld dil the attention of Country.
Merchants to our Stock of Manufactured Th
War**, which *e offer to the trade at very low
JONES, SMYTH & co.,
S. S. JONES A CO.
Augusta. Aug 27 , 3m35
jun rom MEKCT,
stabilster] in Charleston in 1837
And in Augusta in 1848.
T'lE SubiHTihar inker p'e?>ur? iii iaforminj
toe resi Un:* "f -Klgffi?lU ai il 'he adjoin
i:.g JM-triufs th ii he bea'Won ?pp doted Agei
f.rtb? T fl UR IS ?EST PIANO MAKISIO
is rai? iv. ?RI?wi viz.
STKINWA. A SONS, NI w York,
CR ICR EKING A SON'S. Boson,
HAZELTON BROS., New York.
A d he ?vii' se I 'h?ir Io>trnments at FACTO
RV PRICES, wi-h freight added.
Persons wishing to p?r??Lj^c a SUPF.kWI
P/AXO, Fj>RTE will please 8>nd tor Circular
and Illustrated Catalogues, and they will &u>
they can purchase froui tho REST MAKERS, a
as Low Prices as they can of inferior ones.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulors sent fret
of all charges.
GEO. A. OATES,
240 Broad Street,
p3t Also, Agent for Mason A Hamlin's cele
btatcd CABINET ORGANS.
Apr 24_? tf_jl7
Furn i tn re !
THE UNDERSIGNED nAVE
on baud, and .ire receiving,
FINE ASSORTMENT of
Which they ..ffer AT VERY LOW FIGURES
They atc also prepared to MAKE TO ORDEl
and REP AIR.any thing in Oar line of busincs>
at short notice.
Cane-Bottom Chairs RE-SEATED at a livinr
price, at 137 Broad Stre'et, opposite Monument
WEST & MAY.
June ll 6m 24
W. J. BLUR, A. J. S V ITU, W. W. KEEN
Augusta. Augusta, Danville, Va
BLAIR, SMITH & CO..
TOBACCO I (?ENCY,
298 Broad Street,
SPECIAL ATTENTION giren to SALE Ol
TOBACCO, COTTON, FLOUR. GRAIN
BACON, LARD, WHISKEY. BAGGING, ROPE.
TWINE, PRODUCE, and Merchundis? of every
^Sy-Cunsignmonts and Orders resp? ctfully so
Augusta, Oct 1 3m 4?
To my Debtors.
THIS is to inform ALL MY DEBTORS, tba'
if they will come forward and pay me tbcii
Notes and Accounts, that I will Ion half the
amount duo on said Accounts and Notes, together
with all tho interest thereon. I know tbut Un
people are oppressed, and caunot pay all their
indebtedness. My Creditors exact frota me every
cent I owe them, with ioterest added. I expect
no quarters from them. But I will be more
generous to my Debtors than my Creditors aro to
me, If they will como forward and settlo botwecu
this and the first of November next.
H. A. GRAY.
Sept 12_ tf 37
ALL persons indebted to thc Estate of FELIX
E. BOOIE, dee'd, are required to make
payment forthwith, or they will bc sued at the
ii'-xt Court; uni those having demand? ngainst
?.id Estate are required to present them properly
attested hy tho 27th January 1SC7, or they will
bo debarred of all interest in the Estate.
ARIEL ABLE, ) , , ,
L. R. BODIE, J ADM ?"'
May 28 1866. 8m* 2*
ALL persons indebted to me either by NOTE
or ACCOUNT, previous to LEE'S, surrender,
and where there is no discount or trinsfer, tho
remaining p irtion can be settled with fifty cents
in tho Dollar, if settlement be made within the
nexr sixty days.
J. M. WITT.
Sept IS 1866 2m 38
THE LAW FIRM of BACON A BUTLER is
tbi? day dissolved, by reason of the formor
having been commissioned Dictricf Judge.
The uulinisbed business of the Firm will be
settled by either of the uodersieno-l.
JOHN E. BACON,
M. C. BUTLER.
Oct. 31,_3t_ 44
For Tax Collector.
We have been requested by many friends of
Mr. JOHN A. BARKER to announce him a Can
dilate for Tax Cd'cctur of Edgefield District at
the ensuing election.
Oct. 2, te* 40
/?AA LBS. WHITE LEAD,
Dl/li 1 Barrel LINSEED OIL,
1 Barrel Spts. TURPENTINE,
For sale low by
TEAGUE A CARWILE,
. Under Miltonic Hall.
Oct. 31,_tf_ 44
Blue Stone ! Blue Stone !
IAH L,5S- BLUESTONE, for mb. br
l\?J TEAGUE A CARWILE.
Oct. 17 tf 42
rU.aT arrivod a largo .?upplv of very fine Frosh
HOPS. TEAGUE A CAI.WILE.
Sept 12 tf 37
IN Storo a large supply FACTORY THREAD,
of ali Nos.
. CHEATHAM .t BRO.
tfjJQffc A MONTH t-A^GSWTS wanted for I -
SfpvXJtix entirely neu artiest, jqjt ont. Ad- '
ext? C. T. GABEY City BsiMsg, Bideford, ]
?te. Jowl* inri/ & i
ONE PRICE^ STORE ?
IP YOU WISH GOOD BARGAINS, AND FOR'
YOUR MONEY GET REAL VALUE,
Call at the One Price Store
FRAZIER * SANDERS,
Wno have just received and now open on
exhibiten a FULL LINE OF FALL AND
WINTER GOODS of tho latent style? and de
Particular attention has been paid totbe^elec
tiou of OO-MJ? suited to Ladies and Missen, such as
French ME KINOES; ?
DELAINES, all wool and mixed;
POPLINS: and LUSTRES ;
ALPACCAS and BOMBAZINES;
Black SILKS ;
French, English and American PRINTS;
CLOAKS. SHAWLS, Opera HOODS;
BALMORALS and HOOP SKIRTS;
Ladies' COLLARS. SETTS and LACES;
A full line of GLQMfiS, French Kid. Ac;
HOSIERY and Merino UNDERVESTS ;
A Eeaui'-ul variety or BONNETS. H\TS.
RIBBONS, PLUMES, FEATHERS, CHAINS,
J:ST ORNAMRNTS, and other notions toonunie
rcus to mention.
While remembering the Ladies we did tot for
.;:t tht gentlemen, and invite their attention to
oar S'ork of
READY MADE CLOTHING and OVER
COATS, which will bear inspection and give sat
Alea, to our neat election cf CLOTHS, such
is French Broadcloth, French Doeskin, Cassi
.nere, Satinet, Cadet Cloth, Jen33, ?C.
HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, ?fcc, full stocks and
COTTON AND WOOLIES GOODS.
Bleached and Brown SHIRTING;
Striped nnd Plain OSNABUKGS;
Bleached and Brown SHEETING ;
Blotched and Brown JEANS;
KINSEYS and KERSEYS;
Kentucky JEANS ;
White and R?d FLANNELS ;
OPERA FLANNELS and BLANKETS;
WHITE GOODS of al! kines.
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
We would r?Nn call attention to our Stock of
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS AND SHOEMA
Al??... t.. our fresh supply of MEDICINES,
PAINTS. VARNI H. OILS. Ac.
^Prescriptions carefully pul up. Personal nt
-II i ci^'-n '.. th s dispart...put In Dr. SANPEKS.
ll *t ot BRANDT and WINE, strictly frr Med
(tn ? ns II call, and if you do not .?ec what
you wieh. ask tor it.
,B3rHi>rh.st tu.rket price paid for COTTON.
50RN. RA< ON, ic.
Oct 23 tf 43
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
THE SUBSCR'.'iER bas now in St-ro bi.?
Stock of TALL AND WINTER GOODS,
ootuistiog in part of
French ME KINOES;
Figured and Solid Col'd DELAN ES ;
Beautiful POPLINS and ALPACAS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
All W"ol Red and White FLANNELS;
SHAWLS, NUB IA?, SONTAG
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS :
Colored CAMBRICS ;
HOSIERY, GLOVES and COLLARS;
Ladies' and Gent's UNDERVESTS ;
Ladies* and Misses HATS-splendid variety;
RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS ;
BELT RIBBONS-Rich and BeAStiful ;
Fancy Doeskin CASSIMERES;
SATTINET5, TWEEDS aid Ky. JEANS;
Bleached LONG CLOTHS ;
TICKINGS aud STRIPES ;
Plaid HOMESPUNS ;
BLANKETS,-a fine supply ;
Men's and Bay's HATS-all kinds;
Ladies', Misses, Men's, Boys and Children's
SHOES and BOOTS, in great variety ;
GROCERIES, HARDWARE CROCKERY;
With many other articles too numerous to men
ion, all of which will be SOLD LOW FOR
B. C. BRYAN, Agt.
EJgeficld, S. C., Oct 2 tf 40
I. AM*NOW prepared to wuit upon you to the
oap* of ray ability, and furnish you whatevei
. DU shall call for in the way of
S. F. GOODE. Esq., lately associated with me
ri the Dry Goods and Mercantile business, bnv
ng withdrawn bis interest from the concern, I
i iw respcctfu'ly solicit for myself a share of the
,ntr<inage heretofore bestowed upon thc Firm.
I am to be found, as heretofore for some months
. ast, at the Corner-tho old and wcU-knoivn
. land of Bland Jfc Butler. I bave, and constant
y keep on h >nd. everything in tho way of
Dry Ooods, Groceries, &c
Usually found in a well-conducted Village Store;
?ll of which I offer for CASH AT THE LOWEST
J. M. WITT.
Edgefield, Juno 13, tf 2d
GROVESTEE1V & CO.,
499 Broadway, New York.
THESE PIANOS received the Highest Award
of Merit at tho World'* Fair, over the best
makers from L'-ndon, Parin, Germany, the cities
of New Yolk. Philadelphia. Baltimore and Bos
ton ; also, the Gold Medal nt the American
[netitute, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS.'!
Our Pianos contain the French Grand Action,
Harp Pedal, Overstrung Boss, Full Iron Frame,
and all Modern Improvements. Every Instru
ment ir?rren'cd FIVE YEAHS! Made nuder
the supervision of Mr. J. H. GROVESTEEN,
who has a practical cxporience of over thirty-five
years, and is thu maker of ?rcr eleven thousand
Piano-Forte*. Our facilities for manufacturing
enable us to sell these instruments from $100 to
$200 cheaper than any first class piano forte.
Aug 8 lyiup 32
T"HIE Subscriber respectfully announces to the
. citizens oi Edg?-field District', that he-is now
prepared to execut* ALL BUILDING AND
CARPENTER'S WORK with fidelity and dis
patch, and on roasonablo terms.
He is also engaged, next door to tho Advertiser
Office, in the
And has on hand an assortment of BEAUTIFUL
COFFINS, Rosewood finish, neatly trimmed, and
of the latest styles. Prices very moderate.
M. A. MARKERT.
N. B.-My Hearse will not bo finished beforo
the 1st Nov., but COFFINS can be hud at any
time at my Shop.
Oct 16 tf 42
APPLICATION will bc made to the next Ses
sion of tho Legislature to discontinue the
f Aikon Road from Holmes' Tavern via SiegleKs
Mill to Adkorson's fence, nnd to open andstraight- j
en the old Aiken Road from Holmes' Tavern via |
Addison's (now Lucas') Mill to Randa'li, the Pub
lic Aiken Road.
Sept 1 . 3m 38.
APPLICATION will bo made at the regular
Session ol the Lecislnture to?Cbnrtera branch
Road from Edenfield C. H. to intersect thc Colum
bia & Augusta Railroad at the most accessible
point, for tb? parposo of running Card thereon,
cither by Steam or Horso Power.
Sept 1 3m 37
Glass and Putty.
Lnrcolotof WINDOW GLASS, of different
six??, - and Ono Uar rel. of PUTTy jptt rja
eived sod for falo bj
TEAGUS & CABWTLE.
WHOLESALE* AND RET AI DEALERS IN
Has on Hand and receiving daily a large and well assorted Stock of
LADIES, ?MISSES, CHILDREN, GENTS and BOYS
?F EVERY DESCRIPTION Ant can be had in A?Y MARKET.
Merchants and Planters
Would do well to call and examine my Stock before purchasing
elsewhere. It is my determination to keep a
My motto is .
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
ONE PRICE, AND CHEAP FOR CASH!"
Dont forget the place.
. 182 1-2 Broad Street, next Door above Mrs. A. Fredricks,
STJFT. W. HENRY, late with BONES & HENDERSON, will bc
pleased to see his old friends at M. COHEN'S Shoe Emporium.
Augusta. Sept 0 3 m 3C
JOHN M. CLARK & SONS,
(OLD STAND OF ESTES & CLARK,)
278 Broad Street,
Wholesale dh Hetstil
Would call the attention of purchasers to their LARGE and
WELL SELECTED Stock of
Which they offer to the Trade at VERY LOW RATES.
Augusta, Oct 15, 3m ? 42
JENNINGS, WARD & SMITH,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION MERCH'TS.
HE Undersigned have formed a Copartnership under the name and style of
JENNINGS, WARD <& SMITH.
They will transacta Warehouse and ftencral Commission Da
si ness, and otter their services to their friends and the public. They pledge their
undivided attention to all business entrusted to them.
Their Fire-Proof Warehouse is located on McIntosh street the
Centre of the Cotton Trade of Augusta, and they have pleasure in announcing that
they have secured the services of Air. E. BCSTIX, who will take charge of the Cor
respondence and Books.
j^?Liberal Cash Advances will be made on Consignments.
T. J. JENNINGS, Augusta.
R. ET. WARD, Green County, Ga.,
JOSEPH T. SMITH, Elbert Co., Ga.
Augusta, Oct 15 1m 42
NOTICE TO PLANTEES f
WE ABE RECEIVING
AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Pure No. 1
WHICH WE WARRANT GENUINE.
CRUMP, DAVISON & CO.,
No. 209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
A. A. Ii CA LL.
J. O. 8P2ATIB.
w. H. pon?an.
BEALL, SPEARS & CO,,
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION
Fire-Prooi Warehouse, No. 6, Campbell Street,
WILT, GIVE STRICT PERSONAL ATTEN
TION TO STORAG E and SALE of
COTTON, GRAIN, BACON, FLOUR,
AND OTHER DRODUCE.
^SErOrders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMI
LY SUPPLIES promptly filiad.
The usual CASH ADVANCES mado OD pro
duce in store.
Thc patronage of their Friend? and thc Public
generally respectfully solicited. *
Augusta, Sopt 25 3m29
J. S. COLES,
FACTOR AND FORWARDING
144 Reynold Street,
(Near South Carolina Depot,)
J. W. BA COK.
J. J. BACON.
Will Sell Cotton and Produce Gen
OR RECEIVE THE SAME ON STORAGE.
Will Furnish or Parchase Planters'
Augusta, Aug 15 .
J. W BACON & BRO,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers and Dealers
in all kind.? of
RUBBER ANO LEATHER BELTING,
Wood Hames, Whips, Valises, Carpet
Bags, Shoe Findings,
French and American Calf Skins,
And ull other kinds of Leather, Ac,
169 Broad Street,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL
SADDLES aad HARNESS Repaired sad i
aado to or?/tr.
Axt^uU,0*m ta 43 I
I. SIBLEY SONS,
No. 6, Warren Block,
HAVE excellent CLOSE STORAGE ROOM
for COTTON, and will give their porsonal at
tention to its SALE and STORAGE.
Also offer for sale
100 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING ;
200 Coila Green Leaf ROPE;
200 Half Coils Green Loaf ROPE;
500 Pounds Bagging TWINE;
50 Barrets SUGAR;
25 Boxes CANDLES;
20 ]Ih?l?. BACON SIDES ;
5 " " SHOULDERS;
100 Boxo CHEWING TOBACCO;
20 Barreta ASSORTED WHISKIES;
Ac, Ac, kt.
Aogurto, Sept lt) fe 91
?EW ERA IN MEDICINE 1
. DR. MAGGILL'S
PILLI AND" SALVE.
f ET tho SUFFERING and DISEASED read
I A tho following.
Kjr Let nil who have boon given up by Doc
ors, and spoken of as incurable, read the follow
tZ?T Lot all who can beliovo facts and can
lave faith in evidence, Tead tho following :
Know all Men by these Presents,
That, on this, thc 20th day of June, in tho year
>f our Lord 1866, personally carno Joseph Hay
lock, to tuc knowu as such, and beins duly sworn,
leposed ns follows : That he is the sole General
Agent for tho United States and dependencies
hereof for preparations or medicines known as
MAGGIEL'S PILLS and SALVE, and that the
Following Certificates are verb itim copies to thc
best of h A knowledge and belief. ?
Wall Street, New York.
lit Ul ll .1
JUNE 1ST, 1866.
DR. MAGGIF.L: 1 take my peu to write you
of my grc.it relief and that thu awful pain in my
side hns left nie at last-[Lanks to your Medicine.
Ob, D JU tor, how thankful I am that I can get
sumo sleep. I cm never write it enough. I
thank you again aud again, uud am sure that
you ure really the friend of all sufferers. I could
not help writing to you, and hope you will not
take it amiss.
116 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was discharged
from the Army with a Chronic Diarrhoea, and
have boen cured by Dr. MAC GI EL'S PILLS.
27 Pitt Stroet.
NEW YORK, April 7th, ISO?.
The following is an interesting case of a
mao employed in. an Iron Foundry, who, in pour
ing melted iron in o. a flask that was damp and
wet, caused'an explosion. The melted iron was
thrown around and on him in a perfect shower,
and he was burned dreadfully. The following^
Certificate was given to me, by him, about eight
weeks after the'accident:
. Nuw YORK, Jan. ll, 1866.
My nama, is J.i?ob Hardy ; I am an Iron
Founder; I was badly burned by hot iron in No
vember'last ; my burns healed, but I bad a run
ning sure on toy lejf that would not heal ; I tried
MAGGIEL'S SALVE-, and-i t cured mo in a few
weeks. This is all true, and anybody can now
seo me at JucksonV?ron Works, 2d Avenue.
119 Goeriek Street.
Extracts from. Various Letters.;
"I had no appetite: MAGGIEL'S PILLS gave
mo a hearty one."
" Your PILLS arc marvelous."
" I send for another Box. und keep them in the
house." . .
" Dr. MAGGIEL has cured my headache tba'
"Igavo half of ono of your PILLS to my
babe for cholera morbus. Tho dear little thing
got well in a day."
" My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Your Box of MAGGG?EL'S SALVE cured
me of noises in tho bead. I rubbed some of your
SALVE behind: my ears, and the noisojeft."
" Send me two Boxes ; I want ono for a poor
"I enclose a Dollar; your price is 25 cents,but
the Medicino to me is worth a Duflar."
*' Send me five Boxes of your PILLS."
" Let mo bavo toreo Boxes of your SALVE hy
#gy* I havo ovor Two Hundred such Testimo
nials as these, but want of space compels me to
J. MAGGIEL, M. D.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Aro sold in Edgefield by G. L. TENN.
??f~ Notice.??Nono genuine without tho en
graved trade-mark around euch pot or box, signed
by DR. J. MAGGIEL, 11 Pine street, New York
to counterfeit which is felony.
t3?" Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medi
cines throughout tho United States and Canada:
-at 25 cents per box or pot.
Aug. 15, _Ijr_3^
State of South Carolina.
Wm. G. White 1
Joseph V. White |
Newell T. White, \ Bill for Partition.
Blumer White, j
Wiley Harrison |
and his wife Sa- j
rah and others. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
danu Joseph V. White, Ncwoll T. White, Blu
mer White and Wiley Harrison and his wif?
Sarah, and Pickens Minor, reside bejond the lim
its of this State, It is therefore ordered that th?
above warnod Defendants do appear and ple.fl
answer or demur to the bill in this case, witbit
three months from thc publication of this order
or tho said bill will be taken prn confuta againsi
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 20th I860. 3:n. 43
Sate of South Caroling
Zedekiah Watkins, Adm'r, | m for fal(J of Lftn(]
John F. Clark, et. al. j and Relief.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that John F
Clark and John B. Vance, two of thc Defen
dants in this cause, reside beyond-tho limits ol
tho State, On motion by Mr. JONES, Sol. for Com
plainant, It is Ordered tb?t they do plead, answei
or demur to the bill within three m?nthsfrom thc
publication of this order, or on default thereof,
that a decrco pro eon/etna ho rondored acainsl
them. Z. YV. CARWILE, C.E.E.D. .
Sept 7, 1S6G 3m 37
State of South Carolina,
James A. Dozier, Adm'or.,
Frunces H. Tillman, ot. al.
BY virtue of an order of the Court in thii case,
the creditors of BENJ. P. TILLMAN, dee'd.,
are required to como in aod bare their claims be
fore me on or btforo the first dity of December
next, ard on failure to do so they ahull be deprived
of all benefit from any decree to be mado in tbc
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E.D.
Oct.,10, 1866, 7t
State of South Carolina,
W. J. Ready, Ex'or., )
Camilla Blalock, ot. al. J
IN pursuanco of an order of the Court in this
cause, all and singular tho creditors of P. R.
BLALOCK, doe'd, are required to come in and
jrove their respectivo claims, before the Commis
sioner, by the first day of January noxt, nnd in
default thereof that they bo barred from all bene
fit of the decreo to bc pronounced heroin.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E D.
Nov. 1, 1365, 8t 45
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Principal Office, 01G Broadway,
GREAT IMPROVEMENT in Sewing Ma
chino. -Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion
Sewing Machine. It is rendered noiseless in ac
tion. Its motion being all positivo, it is not lia
ble to get out of order. It is the best Family
Machine! Notice is called to our new and Im
proved Manufacturing Machine, for Tailors and
Boot and Shoo Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom
a liberal discount will be given. No consign
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aug S lyiiir 32
ALL persons are forewarned from trading for a
Noto givon by E. I. Anderson to the under
signed on or about tho 1st January 1866, fur Four
Hundred and Fifty Dollars in Gold, due one day
after tbc date thereof. Said Note was lost by the
undersigned on or about the ?5lh August last.
Oct. 30, 2t 44
ALL persons indebted to the estate of TEMPLE
MARTIN, deceased, aro requested to make
pnymf to tho undersigned at an early day, and
all persans having claimca against said o*tnto aro !
roques'- d to present them duly attested to thc un
.. it to present them duly attested to thc un- i
oed at the late reaid^nce of thc decoaaed. j
JABEZ MARTIN, Ex'tor.
99, ?. 44 *
JONES & NORMS,
ittorneys at Law and Solicitors
WILL Practico their Profession in the Courts
of EDGEFIELD and LEXINGTON.
Ofico at Edgefield, in Law Range.
LAJIBERT J. JONES, A. J. NORRIS,
Newberry, S. C. Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 5 3m 36
__FR. H. PARKER respectfully announces
that ho is well prepared to execute in. th? best
manner and promptly all work in tho business,
-and at greatly reduced figures.
Having acquainted himself with the late ines
timable improvements in the profession, and se
cured i full stock of materials, Ac, he warrants
good and satisfactory work to all who may desire
Edgefield, S. C., Aug. 1, tf 31
The Friends of Capt. A. P. WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Candidate for Shcriff.'of
Edgefioldatthe next election.
Nov 7 to* 45
??~ We have bcon authorized by the Friends,
of Capt. H. BOULWAltE to announce him
Candidato for She ri?' of Edgefield District at the
Apr 12 te* IC
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friends of D. A. J. BELL, Esq..
respectfully nominate him as a Candidato fo
Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct 18 - ' : %$ te < 43
For Tax Collector.
THE many Friends ol Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL respectfully nomin&to him as a Candidat*
for TAX COLLECTOR at tnVfciext election.
Bec 8 te* 50
^SJ^We havo boen authorized by the many
frionds of Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN to an
nouncc bim a Candidate for Clerk of tho Cour
of Common Pleas for Edgcfiold DUtrict at thr
next election. , .
June 20 te 27
11IIIS WRINGER has again taken the FIRS1
. PREMIUM in tho Great Fair of thc Atneri
eau Instituto-it bas also taken the FIRST PRE
M CUM at the State Fair* of New York, Vermont,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois
Kuiitucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut Rive
Valley Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, and ot mo.?
of the County aud Institute Fairs throughout tbi
Over 200,000 have been sold and arc now ii
usa in the United States, and ice never heard o
ono that teat not liked.
The UNIVERSAL is superior to all otbe
Wringers, in having lanjc rolls of solid Indi
Rubber, so protected by strong COCWIIEELS tb?
ihoy cannot slip or hreuk loone from ihr. shaft. I'
strong wood trame cannot be broken, and doe
not rust or soil the clothes. Every Universi
Wringer is WARRANTED.
Wo select a few testimonials from person
widely known to thc public, who speak from ac
tunl experience, and arc above suspicion of mi:
" My family would as soon give up the cookiu
<toro as thc CLOTHES WRINGER. It cannot be tc
highly recommended.-[Soliu Robinson. ?
" This is thc first Wringer I have found tbi
would stand tho servie* required of it."-[J. 1
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
" We think the Machine MUCH MORE THAN TAY
roil ITSELF EV EUT TEAR IX THE SAVING OF CAI
KENTS. Wo think it important the wringcrsboul
be fittod with COGS."-[Orange Judd, Editor i
" I heartily commend it to economists of tim
money and contentment."-[Thc Rev. Dr. Bc
Large Wringer? "A" 812,0
Medium ** "H" fl,O
Doty's Washer, Family Size, J4,0
" ??. Hotel ?? 18,0
Merchants or good canvasscrscan make mon?
rapidly selling them in every town. Exclusii
sale'guaranteed and liber* 1 terms given to re
ponsible parties who first apply. Descriptive Ci
eular and terms sent free.
The celebrated DOTY'S CLOTHES WASIIEI
which hus jual taken the first premium at tl
5-eat Fairof the American Institute, is also sol
by thc undersigned.
B. C. BROWiMIVG,
No. 317. Broadway, New York.
Feb 21 10m 8
State of South Carolina
B' .Y W.F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgi
> fiold District.
Whereas, Z. W. Carwilc, C. E. E. D. bas applie
to me for Letters of Administration, on a
ind singular the goods and chattels, rights an
crodits of Tho8. D. J. Howie, late of tho Djstrii
Theso are, therefore, to cite and admonish a
ant! singular, tho kindred and creditors of tl
said deceased, to be and appear beforo ne, at ot
noxt Ordinary's Court for thc said District, to t
holden at Edgefield Court House, on the 19th da
if Nov. next, to show cause, if any, why tl
laid administration should not bc granted.
(liven under my hand aud seal, this Sib day <
O'jt. in tho year of our Lord one thousan
eight hundred and sixty-^ix, and in the 91:
yonr of the Indopendonco of the United Stab
W. F. DURISOE,O.E.D.
Oct. 9 6t 41
State of South Carolina
* EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Z. W. CarwiloC. E. E.D.,hasappliod ti
mo for Lottors of Administration, on all and sin
gular the goo?!s and chattels, rights and credit
of George H. Timmerman, lato of the Distrie
Those arc, thcreforo, to cito and admonish al
and singular, thekindrcd and creditors of the sait
deceased, to bo and appcarbefore mo, at our ncx
Ordinary's Court for thc said Di: trie t, to be holder
at Edgcfiold Court House, on tho 6th day o:
Dec. noxt, to show cause, if any, why the sait
administration should not be granted.
Given under my band and seal, this 26th dj;
of Oct. in the year of our Lord, ene thous
and eight hundred and sixty-six, and in th?
ninetyfint year of tho sovereignty and Indepen
dence of the United States of America.
Oct. .11 Ot 44
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary cl
Whoreas, Z. W. Carwile, C.E.E.D., has applied
to mo for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular tho goods and obattols, rights and creditf
of Edward Howlo, lato of tho District aforosaid,
T bose are, therofore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to bo and appear before mo, at int
noxl. Ordinary's Court for tho said District, tobo
j holden at Edgefield C. H., on tho 6th day of Dec.
nc:tl, to show cause, if any, why tho said
administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 25th day
of 0:t. in the year of our Lord, one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-six, and in thr
91st yoar of American Independence
W. F. DURISOE,O.E. D.
Oct 3a 6t 44
MAGGIELS PILLS and.SALVE. Price 25
cu. per Box, for sale by
TEAGUE A CAB WILE.
Oct 17 tf ?
E. REMINGTON & S?NS,
Muskets and Cai bines,
For tho United States Service. Also,
POCKET BELT & REVOLVERS,
; REPEATING PISTOLS,
Rifle Canes Revolving- Hilles,
Rifle and Shot G-m Barrels, and Gun Material?
sold by Onn Dealers and the
Trade Generally.. .
In these days cf Housebreaking' and Robbery,
every House, Store, Bank, and Office,Aonld have
REM72?G TON'S REV OL VERS.
Parties desirinjr to avail themselves of the late
improvements in Pistols, and superior workman
ship and form, wijl find all combined in the New
Circulars containing cuts and description of
our Arms,will furnished upon application.
[E. REMINGTON A SONS, HioirN. Y.
;MOOfl E & NICHOLS, Agents,
Ho. 40, Courlland St., New York
Aug 15 . 4m _S3
Au Inven lion of Rare Meriti
THAT WILL NOT BREAK
Burns up all gas and smoko,
never breaks by putting on a
shade; short, and not top
heavy; ia easily cleaned by
removing top ; in fact, the
tiost perfect chimney known
-and ia-fast superseding all
ethers where it has been in
No dealer can afford to be
vrithout them. ' Sj
MEW LAMF CRIMNEY ?O.;
73 Warren St., K*. Y.
Aug l i 6m 33 "
THE Subscribers respectfully announce that
they aro mw prepared to do all work in the
OACII -MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that may be entru.-tcd to them, in a work
manlike manne r, and with neatness and dispatch.
"We havo on land a few CARRIAGES aad tu
porior BAGGIES, of our own manufacture, which
ve will sell low.
All kinds of REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted tn giro satisfaction.
As we sell ONLY FOR CASH, ourprices
ir c unusually rcusonable. All we ask is a trial.
SMITH & JONES.
Mar 7 tf 10
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
THE Subscriber respectfully announces to the
public tbtt he hus commenced the CAR
RIAGE and IV AG ON BUSINESS at bis rcsi
lenee about 5 J miles North of Good Hopis'?ourcb,
md about ont mile from Trinity Church, in this
District, where he will execute in tho BEST
POSSIBLE MANNER, oil work in the line, and
m short nolie.c.
REPAIRING-either Wood Work or Black
'mithing-done well and promptly.
^?r*I will keep on hand, and make to order,
COFFINS of all kind.-, and at very low rates.
I keep nose but the BEST MATERIAL, and
>rill warrant my work to give sut ?'faction.
I am nho prepared to huve BOOTS and SHOES
roado to order in good style, and by an experi
^SJ-Givc me a trial, and encourage home en
JAS. S. HUGHES.
June 12 Cm 24
ri finn ivn ni uvoiiiirn u
J. HE Undersigned cives notice that he is now
prepared to have REPAIRED in a good and
<7orktnnnliki manner, WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES, and other Vehicles that may bo
brought to b.s-Shop5, at fair and reasonable pri
ces for Cash.
"NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will
dso bc put up in thc Lust style, and on as reasoa
?Lle terms an can bc afforded.
Having EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCED
.VORKME? in my Shops, and a good supply of
.he BEST SEASONED TIMBER, no pains will
ic spared to give entire satisfaction to these who
may iend th.ir work to thctc Shops.
W. W. ADAMS,
Sept. 2C - tf 39
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Eldred M. Bird has applied to me
or Letters of Adm in is tm Lion, on all and singular
he -goods and chattels, rights and ?redits of
lohn E. Harris lato of the District aforesaid,
These aro, therefore, to cito and admonish all
md singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear b j ,t me, at our
next Ordinary's Oourt for the said District, to bc?
-olden atEdgefield C. H., on the 17th day ol
SOY. inst., t-j show cause, if any, why the said,
administration should not fee granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 3rd da j
of Nov. in tho year of our- Lord one thousand
tight hurdled and Sixty-six, and in th*e 91 Bl
rear of the Independence of the United States
Nov. C St 45
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Eldred M. Bird bas applied to me
or Letters it Administration on all. and sin
gular tho goods and chattels, rights and credits
.f Holloway Harris, late of tho Distrietaforesaid,
Thtso are, therefore, to eite and admonish all
.nd singular the kindred and creditors of th? said
ieceased, to be andappear before me, at our next
Ordinarys Court for the said District, to be holden
it Edgefield C. H., on the 17th day of Nov. inst,,
to show canso, if any, why tho said ad min i a tra Iii n
should not b i granted.
Given nnder my hand and seal, this 3rd day of
N'ov. in tho year ofonr Lord, ona thousand eight
hundred anc sixty-six, and in the Vlst year of
the Independence of thc United States of 'mur
W. F. DURISOE, o.i.n.
Nov. 6 2t 4?
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, Thomas S. Daniel has applied to
me for Lottcrs of Administration, on all and
dogular thu goods and chattels, rights and
credits of William M. Hill, late of tho District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, tho kindred andereditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to be holden
at Edgcfielo. Court House, on the ICth day of
Nov. inst^ to show cause, if any, why the
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 1st duy of
Nov. in the year of our Lord, one thousand ei?-ht
hundred and sixty-six, and in the 91st year of the
independence of the United States of America
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. ?
Nov 30 it 4i
ALL perseus indebted to the Estate of JOHN"
QTT AT^LEBAUM, dee'd., will please mako
Imm^d'atc payment, and all persons having de
mand? npnitst the said Estate are requested tc
present them, duly attested,to the undersigned at
the late residence of tho deceased, on or before
tho 30th daj of January 18C7, as there will be t>
final sottlement of thc Estate on that day
8IME0N COaBXTWI, fc?or.
Jan M 1 j ?.