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Toe Unclad Horseman.
BV MAJOR JONES.
Widowers should look out for breakers.
Absalom Nippers was a widower, and
one of the mos' particular men, perhaps,
that ever lived, though some people said
that when his wife was alive he used to
dress as a common field hand, and didn't
use to take any pains with himself at all.
Every body knows how he spruced up
about six wqeks after Mrs. Nippers died,
and how he went to church r?gu!ar every
Sunday; but they didn't have no confi
dence in his religion, and used to say he
only won* to church to show his uew suit
of mourning, and to ogle the gals.
With such .1 character among the wim
min, it aint to be supposed tha? ?ie stood
any chance of getting another Mrs. Nip
pers near home; and whether he was as
bad to his first wife as they said he was
or not, one thing was certain; he had to
look abroad for some one to fill her place.
Mr. Nippers was very lucky in finding
a gal just to his mind, what lived about
t?n miles from his plantation. Nancy
Parker w:is rieb; and though she wasn't
very young nor very handsome, she be
bulged tu Mr. Nippers' church, and lilied
his eye exactly ; so he so- in courtiu' her
with all his might. Ten miles was a good
long ride, and as he was an economical
mau, he used to ride over to Mrs. Parker's
plantation every ?Sunday morning to go
to church with the family, take dinner
with them, and ride back in the cool of
the evening. In that way he managed
to kill two birds with one stone ; that is,
to advance the prospect of happiness on
this earth and in the world to come at thu
same time, without losing any of his
week day time.
A ride over a dusty road i? apt to soil
a gentlemans dry goods, and make him and
Ins horse very tired. However, Mr. Nip
pers didn't mind, the fatigue as much a*
his horse ; but in a ma! ter such as he had
in hand, ir. was very important that be.
should make as good an impression as
possible, so he adopted a plan by which
hi was able tfepreseiit himself before t he
object of his affections, in order, with his
Sunday coat as clean, and his blooming
nilUes a\ frosh and neat as if they liait
jlf^t come out. of a baud-box. This was
a happy expodient, and nobody but a
widower lover would think of it. He
used to sturt from home with ins new
colt and shirt tied up in a pocket hand
kerchief, and after riding within a quarter
uf a mile of Mrs. Parker's plantation, he
w mid turn oil* into a thicket of chinka
pin bushes, and there make his rural toil
et. Une bright Sunday morning Mr.
Nippers had arrived at his dressin' ground.
Jt was an important occasion. Every
thing was promising and he had made np
his mind to pop the question that very
day. There was no doubt in his mind
that he would return home an engaged
mau ; and he was reckonin' over to him
self the value of Miss Nancy's plantation
and niggers, while he was settin' on his
horse makin' his accustomed chango of
dress. He had dropped thc reins on his
horse's neck. what, was browsin' about,
making up his la>t night's scanty feed
from inti bushes in his reach, and kickin'
and stain pin1 at such dies as was fecdin'
o i him in return.
" I'll fix the business this time," ses Mr.
Nippers to himself "TH bring things to
a pint this time," ses he, and he untied hio
handkerchief with his clean clothes, and
h-?. spread them on his saddle-bow.
" Wo, Ball," ses he-" I've just got to
say thc word, and-wo !" ses he to his
horse, what was kickin' and rearin' about.
"Wo! you old fool!-and the business
is settled jist like fal I in' off a log."
4 He was drawin' his shirt over his head,
when Ball gave a sudden ?pring what like
to made him lose his balance. 11 Wo,"
ses he-but before he couid get out of
the sleeves, Ball was wheelin' and kickin'
like wrath at something that seemed to
trouble him behind. Down went the clean
clothes, shirt and all, on the ground.
"Wo! Blast yer pictur-wo now!" :->e=.
Mr. Nippers, grabbin' at the reins. But
before he could get hold of 'cm, Ball was
of!" like a streak of lightning with a whole
swarm of yellow jackets round his tail.
Mr. Nippers grabbed hold of the mane
and tried to stop his horse, but, but it was
no use. Away went the infuriated Ball,
and takin' thc road he was used to travel
lin' another moment brought him to th*
house. The gate was open, and in dashed
the horse with the almost naked Nippers
hangin' to his neck hoi ?erin', "Stop him !
hornets!" as loud as he could scream.
On came the dogs, and after the horse
they went round the house, scatterin' the
ducks and chickens, and terrifyin' the lit
tle niggers out of their senses. The noise
brung the wimmin to the door.
" Don't look, Miss Nancy ! hornets !
Wo! ketch him!" shouted the unclad
Nippers, as, with spent breath, he went
dancin' out of the gate agin, with the
dogs still after him, and his horse's tail
switchin' in every direction like a young
hurricane. Miss Nancy got one glimpse
of her forlorn lover, and before she could
get her apron to her eyes, she fainted at
the awful sight, whilst his fast reccdin'
voice cryin' "Hornets! stop him! hor
nets :" still rans in her ears.-N. 0. Pic.
The Schoolmaster's Promise.
A correspondent tells the following an
ecdote of his old schoolmaster, o!d Has
" Boys !" said he, smilingly, one day.
What's up, thought we, and were all
attention, lt was J ikea sun-peep through
a heavy storm-cloud, when "old Haskins"
smiled, and the phenomenon was unac
" Boys," said he, " I am about to bar
gain with you for good behavior," (a
change of tactics, verily;) "1 desire that
you will conduct yourselves with decorum
for one week, and 1 will promise to show
you a curiosity-what no man ever saw ;
and, having shown it you, what no man
will ever sef. again."
M Yes, s'r !"-" Agreed !"- " I'yi, sir !"
and various other expressions of acquies
cence carne from every quarter of the
room ; and, as a preface to the new state
of things, the school was dismissed at an
early hour, leaving the boys to gaze into
each other's eyes in astonishment, as if to
divine in each other's intuition the answer
to the riddle which had stolen upon them
ns a pleasant dream.
An anxious week /bllowed-a week of
curiosity, bewilderment, hope, and pleas
ure in embryo. Out of school it was all
the talk-" what no man ever saw, and
wheat no man shall ever see again !"-not
even the terrible author of the compro
mise. What could it be/
Another and another day, until at last
tho" identical named one dawned upon the
gladdened young hearts.
Nine o'clock carno-every urchin was
at his post-books and slates, all in readi
ness for the day's battle with thc demon
of darkness aud ignorance-every task
fully committed to memory. Altogether,.(
i charming slate of affairs! An ad
mind, not wedded too closely to ortho
deas, would have divined at once
-reat advantage of rewards and kindr
over oppression and cruelty. But
Did tutor was invincible. Unmake hi
Never. You could not alter his platt:
"Tingle! tingle!" sounded the li
001?-that bell had a voice as well |
tongue. Boys ell attention !-eyes, e
mouths agape ! momentous epoch !
Old Haskins raised the lid of his d
and drew the wonderful thing forth
justed his ominous-looking spectai
astraddle his nasal projection, and proci
ed to thc solemn ceremony.
" Attention, school !" roared the teac
A single order was all that was nc
sary-you might have heard a pin di
The hour has at length arrived ;
hold in my upraised fingers a single
mond," (terrible suspense!) "In
ni mond is a kernel," (ceremoniously bn
the shell and exposes the tiny thii
u This, no man ever saw !" Then opet
his capacious jaws, exposing an inte:
array of decaying ivory and raw il
rhat reminded us of the mouth of a 1
gal tiger-he thrust in thc myster;
kernel-crushed and swallowed it !
"Boys," exclaimed he, with great
phasis," " boys, you will never-1
never-no man will ever see that kc
again ! To your lessons, you rase
every dog of you !"
Caught iu their own Trap.
Once two ministers of the gospel v
conversing on extemporaneous prcachi
" Well," said the old divine, wa?
warm, "you are ruining yourself
writing your sermons and reading tl
off Your congregation cannot boee
interested in your preaching ; and if ;
were called upon to preach unexpected
unless you could get hold of au old :
mon, you would be c?mplely confuse
The yoting divine used all his cloquer
but in vain, to convice the old gcntlen
that the -written sermon expressed
own thoughts and feelings, and if cal
upon he could preach extemporaneous
"As we are of the same faith," said
young minister, suppose you try me n
Sabbath morning. On ascending thc f.
pit you can hand me a text from a
part of the Bible, and 1 will convince y
that I can preach without having loo!
at the text before I stood up. Like wi
? must be allowed the same privih
with you, and sec who will make I
best of it "
The idea seemed to delight the gent
man, and it was immediately agre
The following Sabbath, on mounti
thc pulpit, his senior brother handed h
a slip of paper, on which was writer
"And the ass opened his mouth a
spake ;" from which he preached a gk
rious sermon, chaining the attention
his delighted hearers, and channing 1
old friend with his eloquence.
In the afternoon, thc young broth
who was sitting below the pulpit, hand
his slip. After rising and opening t
Bible, the old manlooked sadly around
" Am I not thine ass ?" Pausing a f<
minutes, he ran his fingers through
hair, straightened his collar, blew his nf
like the last trumpet, and read aloud
" Am I not thine ass ?" Another pau:
in which a deadly silence reigned. Af
reading tho third time-" Am I not thi
ass ?" he looked over the pulpit at i
friend, and in a doleful voice, said,
think I am, brother /"
-? ? .??
The following parlor tricks for win?
evenings arc given in a Western pap?
THE CABLE.-Take a piece of tarr
cable, about fifteen inches in length, c
it carefully in two with a sharp knife, a
then try and chew the ends together. Y
can try as long as you like.
THE NAIL TRICK.-Take two lar
wrought iron nails, and wire them togetfa
in thc form of a cross, k will then
found impossible to swallow them. The
ls no deception about this.
A TRICK AT CARDS.-Select a pack
cards with plain white backs.' Take o
the four jacks and burn them before t
company, letting them see the ashes. Nc
shuffle the cards quickly, md, holding the
in the left hand, give them a sharp ri
with the knuckles of the right. Th<
place them on the table with the fa
down, and defy the company to find tl
jacks. They can't do ir.
There is a moral, ns good as preachin
to (his story, which comes from a ne
Aunt Jenny was a very exemplar
colored woman, and always felt an
showed much concern for thc future we
fare of her numerous children. But litt'
Nicholas had so much of the " Old Nick
in him, that, with all her persuasions an
threats, she could not bring him into th
good way of saying his prayers. On
afternoon Aunt Jenny was startled b
hearing loud erie: from thc barn-yard
"0 Lord ! O Lord !" and, hastening ou
she saw young Nick pinned to the fend
with the hornes of a cow, one on eac
side of him, and now and then she wouh
let him our, but o ily to " hunt" him bael
again. Nick kept up his cries-" O Lorfl !
and all the louder when he saw his mothe
coming. But she didn't interfere. Sh<
stopped, took a good look, set her arm:
a kimbo, and sang ont, " Oh yes ! you'i
mighty willin' to call on de Lord now
you's got into trubul ; but you couldn'
pray wid your mudtir like a 'spectabU
chile!" And turning to thc kitchen she
left Nick to the tender mercies of the
cow, being quite sure, however, that nc
serious harm would come to him."
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE ADVERTISER
OFFICE, in charge of dipt. ED. COVAR, late
of thc gallant 7th Regiment, is well furnished
wita a carefully selocted assortment of the BEST
And ED is there at all times prepared to serve
his friends and customers iu thc most acceptable
Oivo him a call, nil yo that thirst for " Some
thing Good" for tho inner man.
Jan 30 tf 5
rhe Life, Letters, Speeches, &c,
IN. AMIR H. STEPHENS.
BY IIENRY CLEVELAND,* .
[iSto Editor of tho Augusta (Ga) Constitutionalist
gasend for Circulars and see our terms, and
i full description of the work. Address
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Hain Mts., Richmond, Va.
JM* 4t fi
M. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office, LAW RAXGB,
EDGEFIELD, 8. C.
Feb 27 tf 9
W. J. READT. JAS. TJ CPLBUEATD.
READY & CULBREATH
.Attorneys at Law
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Feb 27 tf 9
R. W. CANNON,
Attorney at Law,
OrncB, ox LAW RANGE,
EDGEFIELD C. II., S. C.
Feb IS 2t 8^
THE Undersigned bavo thin day associated
themselves us partners in tho FRACTICE
OF LAW AND EQUITY.
M. W. GARY.
WM. T. GARY.
Edenfield, S. C.. Feb ll, 1667._tf 7
THE Undersigned have associated themselves
ut Partners in the PRACTICE OP LAW for
K l?eGoM DUtricr, under tho stjlo of ADAMS A
W. W. ADANS,
W. M. L ANDR UM.
Jan. S, 1SS7. tf 3
R. T. J. TEAGUE bas moved to the
" Dwelling recently occupiod by Mr. J. R.
(Jarwilo, next door below Episcopal Church. (
He may be found at the Drug Store of Teague
? Carw?e during the day, and at bis residence
during tho uigbt, when not out on professional
Having been engage! in the practice of Medi
cine, ia it.? various branches, for the last Thirteen
Tear/, he feel? that be does not arrogate to hiui
.??!f undue merit when be solicits a liberal share
nf patronage at tho bandi of tliia community.
Jan 1 tf 1
R II. PARKERlrcspectfully announces
that he is well preparod to execute in thc best
manner and promptly all work in the business,
-and at greatly reduced figures.
Having acquainted himcelf with tho late ines
timable improvements in thc profession, and se
cured a full ?tock of materials, Ac, bo warrant?
good un i satisfactory work to nil who may desiro
Edgefield, S. C., Aug. 1, tf 31
The Friends of Capt. A. P. WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff of
Edgefield attho nextelection.
Nov 7 te* 45
?31- We hava been authorized by the Friends
of Capt. H. J?OULWARE to announce him a
Candidate for Sheriff of Edgefield District at the
Apr 12 te* 16
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friends of D. A. J. BELL, Esq.,
respectfully nominate him as ji Candidate foi
Tax Collector at thc next election.
Oct 18 te 43
THB many Friends of Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL re.'poetfu'ly nominate bim nu a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR at tho next election.
Dec 6 te* 50
Wc have been requested by many friends of
Mr. JOnN A. BARKER to announce?im a Can
didate for TAX Collector of Edgefield District nt
che ensuing election.
Oct. 2, to? 4
j7S?r*Wc have been authorized by the many
friends of Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN to an
nounce bim a Candidate for Clerk of tho Court
of Common Pleas for Edgefield Dittric: at tho
June 20 to 27
JL'ST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORTMENT
Philadelphia G ?in!cu Seeds.
AU, EXTRA EARLY FLINT CORN and
WHITE and RED ONION SETTS.
TEAGUE & CAR WILE)
I'ndor Masonic Hall.
Jan 30 tf 5
J. E. COOK. JILES M. BERRY
COOK & BERRY,
LATE J. E. COOK A CO.,
Granite ville, S. C.,
IIY GO ?I IDS.
Groceries, Drugs and Medicines,
COOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Granitcvillc, Oct 1 f.m40
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce thai
i h" v aro noir prepared to do all work in the
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that tu ty be entrusted to them, in a work
manlike min ncr, and with neatness and dispatch
We have on hand ii few CARRIAGES aed su
perior BUG GI ES, of our own manufacture,which
ive will sell low.
Allkindsof REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted to give satisfaction.
?52TAs wor.ell ONLY FOR CASU, ourprices/
ir unusually reasonable All wo ask is atrial.
S.HIT1T & JONES.
Mar 7 tf 10
1 EDGEFIELD !
AM NOW prepared to wait upon you to the
liest of my ability, and furnish you whoever
you shall cull lor in tho way of
S. F. G OODE, Esq.. lately associated with mo
in the Dry floods and Mercantile business, hav
ing withdrawn his intercut from the concern, I
r.owrenpertfully solicit for myself a sharo of tho
I atrona?e heretofore bestowed upon the Firm.
I am to bc found, as heretofore for some months
fast, at the Cornor- the old nnd wellrknown
stand of Blnnd ? Butler. I have, and constant
ly koop on hand, everything in the way of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
Usually found in a well-conducted Village Store;
all of which I offer for CASH AT THE LOWEST
J. M, WITT.
Edgofiold, June 18, tf ?fl
* LL Persons indebted to tho Estate of MOSES
2\. HOLSTON, deceased, are requested to inako
payment of the lame.
WILSON HOLSTON. Adtn'r.
y*j>* ia tf
3orn Meal, Grits,
(Corn and Oats,).
Bran, Fine Feed,.
nnerfine, Extra and Family
[ADE, and for sale at tho GRANITE MILLS,
i quantities to suit purchasers.
BOLTED CORN MEAL, fresh ground daily,
t $1,45 per bushel, of 20 bushels or more. ?
GROUND FEED, (beingequal parts Corn and
lats ground together,) a most excellent Feed for
tock of any kind, nt $3,00 per 100 pounds.
FINE FEED, at $2,50 per 100 pounds..
Those nrticles cnn bc bad at nny limo nt the
lill, or No. 248 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., by
3OO. T. JACKSON & CO
Augusta, Feb IS 3t S
Augusta Seed Store!
JUST received THIRTY BARRELS of thc
PENNSYLVANIA GOURD SLED FIELD
30RN. Also, an assortaient of Wbito Flint,
fellow Dalton, Tuscarora and ExtraEarly CORN.
I have also TWENTY VARIETIES of PEAS,
md nearly as many of CABBAGES, together
?Uh GARDEN SEEDS in large quantities, all
)f which are warranted as represented.
Augusto, Feb 4 3t?
Top and No-Top Buggies,
Carriage Makers' MATERIAL,
RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING and STEAM PACKING, LACE. PICKED
and ROLLER LEATHER AND R0LLE11
A full assortment in Storo, and constantly ar
SHERRIN, JESSUP & CO.,
No. 225, Broad St., Sign of thc Golden Saddle
Augusta, Dec 1* Cm51
G. W. CONWAY, S. TURXKR,
Of Kentucky. Of Edgeficld, S. C
CONWAY & TURNER
\Campbell St., Retirent Broad and Hcynoldi,
NEAR PLANTERS HOTEL,
LLL KINDS of VEHICLES and SADDLl
HORSES for Hire. Also, Fine CARRIAGES
strictly for Family usc.
Match Horse?, Single Harness Horses, am
Saddle Horses bought, or sold on Commission.
Coverod accommodation on the Premises fo
Two Hundred Head of Mules.
Augusta, Oct 15 3m42
Gro o ? ries.
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK Ol
?. GROCERIES just received, embracing cl
F a IB e y Groceries,
Required During the Holidays ?
Table WINES and COOKING WINES ;
Old BRANDY, Old WHISKEY;
RUM and GIN:
5 kgs Pure Old Irish and Scotch WHISKE"!
Just received ?nd for salo by
JAS. G. BAILIE & ?HO.,
'?05 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Dec 22 tf 52
HE Undersigned gives notice that ho is noi
prepared to havu REPAIRED in a good an
workmanlike manner, WAGONS, CARRIAGES
BUGGIES, and other Vehicles that may b
brought to his Shops, at fair and reasonable pri
ces for Cash.
NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES wi
also bo put up iu the bc?tsty!e, and on as reason
?hie terms as can he afforded.
Having EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCE]
WORKMEN in my Shops, and a gord supply f
tho BEST SEASONED TIMBER, no pains wi
bc spared to give entire satisfaction to these wh
may send their work to these Shoj t.
W. W. ADAMS,
Sept. 20 tf
BOOTS AND SHOES
THE Subscriber announces to tho public Um
ho has commenced tho BOOT AND S1IO]
Business, and will manufacture all the
Different Styles and Qualities,
Embracing in part
Ladies' Fine Steel GAITERS and BOOTEES
Misses and Childrou's superb SLIPPERS au
Gentlemen's Fine Pump Sole, Dress and Watoi
proof BOOTS. SHOES and GAITERS ;
Boys' Walking and Fine SHOES, 4c.
All of which sro warranted to bo made of th
host material and by thc most competent workmei
Complote satisfaction will be rendered to all wh
may favor me with their work.
I fcol satisfied that I can OFFER INDUCE
MENTS in tho way of good Work and Lo1
Prices heretofore unknown in this Town. All
ask is a fuir trial.
.gr Orders for BOOTS, SHOES, ?c., of evor
kind filled on ibortost notice.
63T REPAIRING neatly rind promptly don<
CST TERMS STRICTLY CASH. No wor
delivered until paid fer.
W. D. RAMEY,
Next door to J. B. SULLIVAN.
Jan. 7, Sm 2
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
.AND CASKETS !
rllE Subscribor has just received an assoi
mont of those boautiful Rosewood Sn isl
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Vir-tight and indestructible-forprotccting am
?reserving the D-jad-which he will sell at but
noderate advance on original cost and transporta
ion. Whorovcrintroducod those Casosbaveth
?roferonce ?vor all others.
?g?"Ordors promptly li Hod. TormF.of course
(Hotly Cash. J.M.WITT.
Edgefi<:ld,Mor 13 tf ll
Hack Line to Augusta
[ AM NOW RUNNING, botween EDOEFIELD
ind AUGUSTA, three times a week, n comfnrtn
ile Two Horse HACK, ana nm ready nt all times
b transport passengers nnd baggnge between tho
I will leave Eil-efield for Augusta on Tucs
lay?, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7J A. M.
Ap'ply for passage nt tho Carolina IVtcl.
JOHN S. HARLINO.
Marli U ll
WHOLESALE GROCERS, !'
INO. 397 Broad Street,
Throe Doors Bolow Planters' Hold,
E?AVE OE hand and for sale at LOWEST
MARKET PRICES FOR CASH a Complete
Assortment of Groceries, consisting iu
part of thc following articles :
100 Bbls. PLANTING POTATOES;
100 Boxes Factory, Slntc and English . Dairy
100 Boxos ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
100 Boxes Soda, Butter, Oyster and Sugar
125 TM?. "Crushed," ".A," " Extra C" and "C"
50 Eng.? RIO COFFEE,
50 Pockets Java COFFEE,
50 B-tles Georgia Factory Cotton YARNS, as
50 M. SEQ ARS, ali grades,
125 Bags SHOT, nil sizos,
50 Bbls. AV n IS KEY, all graces,
50 Half Bbls. Fine Old Rye WHISKEY,
10 J Ca?ks BRANDY, Palo and Dark,
5 Bbls. Old HOLLAND GIN,
5 Bbls. DOMESTIC GIN,
10 i Gucke 0!d SHERRY, PORT and MA
100 Cases WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, G IN,
50 Cuses Gin, Brandy, Whiskey COCK TAILS,
25 Cases CHAMI'AIGNES,
. 50 Boxes Family SOAP,
50 Cases OYSTERS, 1 and 2 lbs. Cans,
50 Boxes Assorted and F.incy CANDIES,
25 Cases PLANTATION BITTERS,
SMOKING and CHEATING TOBACCO, all
SNUFF in Jars and Bottles,
TEAS, STARCH, SODA,
# PICKLES in Cases and Keg?,
'RAISINS, SARDINES, MUSTARD,
SPICE, PEPPER, GINGER,
MACKEREL, all Sizes and Nos.,
SALT, BAGGING and ROFE, ic, .tc.
Aususta, Feb 12 tf .7
" nm 'Wf?mr
stBU?hdd ii iiiiirid3ioa in 1337,
And in Augusta in 1848.
THE Subscriber takes pleasure ?II informing
the residents of EdgcGcld and iho adjoin
ing Di* trie ts that hu has been unpointed Anent
for th a THREE? E S T VIA N O ill A K E R S
IM THE WOKE D', vir.
STEINWAY ft SONS, New York,
CIIICKEEING ft SONS, Boston,
HAZELTON BROS., New York.
And he will sell thoir Instruments at FACTO
RY PRICES, withfroightadded.
Persons wishing tn pursa??e a SUPERIOR
PIANO FORTE will pleise send for Circulars
and Illustrated Catalogues, ar.<! they will fnnl
they can purchase from tho BEST MANEES, at
a's Low Prices as they can nf inferioronos.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars ;cr.t freo
of all charges.
GEO. Ai OATES,
240 Broad Street,
jZiO*Also, Agent for Msson ft Hamlin's cele
brated CABINET ORGANS.
Apr 24 if .17
ESTABLISHED IN 1850
lier w iu bl re- cc*.ff?f!?&3?\
forra thc citizen? of Eilgefield and r?ir- ?urround
inz country, that he. keep- a S PH CIA L ESTAB
LISHMENT for the REPAIR:of WATCHES
and JEWELRY. All work ontrusted to bis
care will he executed promptly, neatly, and
warranted f?r one year.
AthisStorc ?rill be found ono of thc largest
Gold and Silver Watches,
Ortho hwt European and American manufacture
in tho S lUtaern States, with a select assort
RICH AND STEW STYLE . ETRUS
CAN COLD JEWELRY.
Set with Diamonds, Pear's, Rubies, Oriental Gar
nets, Coral, ftc. Also, SOLID SILVER
WARE, consisting cf foll
TEA SETS, WAITERS, ICE ANO
WATER PITCHERS, CASTORS,
GOBLETS, CUI'S, FORKS, SPOONS.
Anil everything in thc Silver Ware lino.
FINE SING Lt: AND DOUBLE BARRELED
G li ?V S.
Cult's, Smith .1 Weston's, Cooper'*, Ramming
ton's, Sharp's, Derringer's,
F I S T ? ? 3.
And many others of the latest invention.
FINK CUTLERY. SPECTACLES. WALKING
CANES, PERFUMERY, P0RTM0N1AES,
AND FANCY GOODS
Of ovcry variety t- he found in it first class Tow
o!rv EstabiUbm .it.
One Doorbolnw Augusta TloteT,
lf>:j Bronc! Street, Augusta, Cn.
Oct l? nm 12
JOHN C, BOELES
H. WARNER k C?.,
Family and Fansy ?ysvjcers??,
TOBACCO, CIGARS ' AND SNUFF,
PIPES OF ALL KINDS,
IPo-cc-doz-, S?ixo-i:. Caps,
AND ALL KIND OF STRINGS.
ALSO, DEALERS IH
Beatty Alacie Clothing:,
Staple and F?ncv Dry fioods,
BOOTS.SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
PERFUMERY AND SWEET SOAPS,
No. 112 mid 144 Br oatt Street,
Nov.,6, . Cm -15
THE Subscriber respectfully nunounces to the
citizens of EdgeQeld Di.-triet, that ho is mi'>
prepared to cxecut- ALL BUILDING AND
CARPENTER'S WORK with fidelity and dis.
patch, and on rcasunablo terms.
Ho ia also engaged, next door to the Advertiser
Ofiico, in tho
And has on hand nn assortment of BEAUTIFUL
COFFINS, Roscwtod finish, neatly trimmed, and
of the latest styles. Pri?es very moderate.
My fine NEW HEARSE, with gent?o Horses
and a good Driver, will attend Funerals when
During mr absence from the shop, Mr. JAS.
PAUL, wh -'is conducting the CABINET BUSI
NESS in the sninc Rooms, will give luj? individual
attention to all orders for COFFINS, ftc.
M. A. MARKERT.
Nov. 27. tf 43
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
? Principal Oilier, GIG B rond way,
GREAT IMPROVEMENT in Sewing Mn
ehino. Empire Shuttle, Crmk Motion
Sewing Machine. It is rendered noiseless in na
tion. Its motion being all positive, it'is'nntHa
hlo to ge? mil of order. It is thc host Family ,
Machine! Nnttee Is called to our new nod Tm-I
proved Manufacturing M.^'hine, for Tailmsand ?
Bo'if and Shoe Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom ;
a I ?boral discount will ho given. No consign- j
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aag S lyn ir j
Ko. 153, Meeting Street,
?EORGE C. GOODRICH, )
PHILLIP WINE MAN, V South Carolina.
TOUX ASHHURST, )
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF .
"Charleston, S. C.,
Nov. 20, Om -17
The Best Tonic New in
0. F. PANKN?N,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
. Cha rici! on. Jan I j ly .",
LIGIiCK J SELL,
importers mid Wi?o?esnl? Dealers
Korlh'East Corner Meeting and Market SU
?NYREE the Ti ado to examine their full anc
varied assortment of
BONNETS and .HATS, trimmed and untrimmed
RIBBONS, d nil descriptions,
DRESS CAPS, NETS,
VEILS, of newest designs,
R UCHES, LACES.CRAPES
HOOPS, fcc, Ac
Charleston, Oct 1 tim 40
State of South Carolina
/.V CO.H M OS PLEAS.
tv*. H. Tim merman ]
r*. > Foreign Attachment?
Mathew il. MfiJH, J
THE l'?ain(?IT in tho above stated case bavin;
this day Hied hi* Declaration in my office ant
thc defcuuaut having neither wife nor Attorney
known tn reside within the limits of this State ot
I whom copies i '.' said Declaration with rules ti
plead can be served: ?'.'o motion of .T. L. Addison
Pl aie ti li's Attorney, ordered that said Dcfendun
! iippcar r.rul 1 to said Declaration within :
year lind a .'.;>.. from the date hereof or final am
absolute Judgme 't will be given against him.
S. HARRISON, c.c.K.n.
May 2?. ISfifi ly 22
Stats ci South Carolina
/.V <'l>M.YO.V PLEAS.
G. V.". Murphy .t S loe uni, )
is ? For. Attach.
J. A. Bass, j
THE Plaintiff.- in thc above Sta'cd case bavin
this day fileil their Deelnration in my <.!':':";?.
and tho Defendant having neither wife nor Attor
ney known to riisbta within tho limits of Uti
St.-.tc un whom' copies of said Declaration will
rules to plead car lie served j On motion of W
W. Arians, Es?]., Plaintiffs' Attorney, Ordered
thar inid Defendant appear and plead to fab
Declaration within a year and II day from the dat
hereof or linai and absolute Judgement will b
given against him.
S. HARRISON, C.C.E.D.
Sept. 2$ ISM lyn, 4 1
State of South Carolina
fAT CO UJ??N PLEAS.
Guthridge Chcnthaio, bearer,')
M * \ Fur. Attarhm't
Y.. W. Strom; J
TT^ilj; 1* I ?? : :? . i tr" in thc above stated case bavin,
.Ll this dey filt? his Dcclnrnticn in my?iflic<
and the Defendant having neither wife nor A'ttoi
ney known ;? rc-iiio within the limits ol i li i
State on whom epics of said Declaration witl
rules io plead cur, 1": served ; On motion ul W
W. .?danisj Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered ibat .?ai
Defendant appear ?md plead to said Deciuratini
within a year and a day from the dato hereof a
finn] and absolute Judgincn' will he given ng-iins
him. S. HARRISON, ccu i?.
Mar 7, 1$fi7._ly_ll.
Suite of South Carolina
ED G KFJ E LD DJS'! lil CT.
IN CO M il OM PLEAS.
Guthridge Chcathaiu, )
r* '. Foreign Attachment.
O. W. Strom. )
THE Plaintiff in tim ibovc stated case ha vi? ?
this day filed !;is Declaration in' my office
and tii<' !\. . ..'....it having neither wife nor A ttor
uey ko own to r:-.-i lo v. itl.i'. the limits of this Stat
on whom copies ot said Declaration with rules ti
plead can bo servid; On motion of W. W. Adams
Plaintiffs Attorney, ordered that said Defondan
appear nhd pied to r-aid Declaration within :
year anti n day from the date hereof or final an<
absolute Judgment wiii be p?ven acninst him.
S. HARRISON, cet: n.
Mar II. 1SG7._ ly ll
State cf South Carolina
BY W. E. DUR [SOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Gcorgo W. Wisc has applied to mt
? for Letters of Administration, on all and singulai
tho goods and uhattcls, rights and credits o
Jesse Mcnchiim, lato of tbo District afore
said, ii ee'd.
Thc-: i are, th crt foro, to cite and admonish a]
and singular, the kindred and creditors of th?
said deceased, to 1 c and appear before mc, at oui
nest Ordinary's Conrt for thc said District, to b<
holden at Cdgcfiold C. H., on tho 2nd day ol
April next, to shaw cause, if any, why tho mic
administration should not ho granted.
Given Under my hand and sea!, this 10th daj
of Mar. in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and Sixty-icvcn, and iii thc 9'sl
year of :!ic Independence of the United State?
Mar. 20, 2t 12
State of South Carolina,
Zedekiah Watkins. Adm'or, ) p.,, ff)r s?]n o|
John F?Clark and others. J Liind" ar,d Uulid'
VftY Virtue ol ar Or.?cr of tho Court in this
:*> cause, all and singular tho Creditors of
VIRG-TL A. CLARK; dec'd.i are required to
present and provo their claims before the Coin
mis-?oner on or before tho fifteenth day of May
next, i r in de'nu:" 'hereof they will bo barred
from all benefit ol' the decree t? b* pronounced
herein. Z. W. CAUW1LE, c.n.u.ii.
Mar 1", ISI57. -Si 12
?AM now running a WA <ipN from this place
to Augusta twice a woe!;, and will have all
Good? entrusted to my care properly ar.d prompt
A. A. GLOVER, Agt
Feb 32 if ;
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AND FAMILY JOURNAL.
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Aiken, Jan 22 2m 4
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Every Fanner, Planter .md Horticulturist in
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22j?"Spccimcn numbers may be seen at th?.
Adi-:, lint 02":co,
D. It. DURISOE.
Sej-t 17 t:' 3
State of South Carolina.
IN '? JUITY.
II. T. Wright, Adm'...-., ) P.ill to
rs I Call in
V. A. Kerlong and olin rs. J Creditors, ii
?T5Y Order of fonrf, the Creditors of J! KN
k5 HY C. IIERL-JNG, dec'., ::re required ti
present and prove their res|?eefirc demand* lit
:'nre the Commissioner of dis C art un or befon
the :ir;t Monday in A|iril next.
Z. W. CAltWILE, c.r.n n.
Jan 21, isr.r. itt ."?
Tho State of South Carolina
* ED GEFIELE DISTKI?T.
Jno. C. Linier k Jane E. Scig ) ?
1er, Adm'ors, I f K(W, w?.
M. C. Selgler ct al. j U,c' *C"
BY Order of thc Curt thc creditors ot DA VII
S EIC LEU, dee'd., uro required tu present
.md prove their claims, before Ibo Cotcmiscionei
mi or before the first day of April nf st.
Z. AV-. CAR W LE, C.E.E.D.
Jan 24, lSfi7._ _5
State ci Soutii Carolina
R. J. Davaar., Com'r., 1
M..rv Wei b, Adm's. J
APPLICATION will Le'made I cforo his IL>n-1
Judge MOSE?, at Gil.Uoaviiie. thirty da;:
alter tbe du to hereof, for leave ti substitute t
new record for tho rec .rd of thc Judgment ii
this case in tho Common Pleas, beaufort District
destroyed during (bo recent war.
LEROY P. x OUMANS, Plff 's.At'y.
Mar 5,1867. lm IO
State of South Carolina.
t'or., ct al. l
Thos. J!. Reese, Adm'
BY Virtue of an Order of thc Court in thii
cause, nil and singular the Creditors of JAS.
120YD; dee'd.', arc required to present and prove
their claims before the Commissioner cn or before
thc liri,', dav of April next.
Z. W. CARWILH, C. E. E. D.
Fob 20, ISC7. 5t 0
?SSa?e o?'Soai?h Cr.a*?3ma,
Wilson Rolston 1 Hill to Marshal
] Hill to Marsha
\ Assetts, Call ii
J Creditors, ifcc.
A. AV. Asbillct ux, et al.
ST appearing to my satisfaction lint F. M. Cole
R man and Louisa his wife, two of t?e D?fen
dent* tn this cause, aro absent from and resit!.;
beyond the limits of this State, On motion by
Messrs. Joxss A Nonius, Compliquants' Solici
tors, Ordered, That they do appear and plead,
answer ur demur 'tb this Dill within forty days
from th-.* publication heieo?: or ir default thereof
Judgment trill bo rendered against them pro
Z. AV. CARAY ILE, C-.E.E n.
Mar 5, IS67. fit 10
State of South Carolina,
T>Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinarv of Edge
ll field District.
AA'horons. Z. AV. Carwilc, C. E. D., hos ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration, dr loni*
I ?on, on alt and singular thc goods and chattels,
j rights and credits of Summerfield Mallard, late ol
? the District aforesaid, deceased.
These aro, therefore, lo cito nnd admonish nil
I and singular, Ibo kindred ?n>.i creditors of thc
': snid dorensed, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden at Kdgcficld Court House un thu Itch day
ol Apr. next, tc show cause, if any, why the raid
administra ?"ti should not be emu ed.
Given under my hain1, avd se il, ibis 2Sth day of
Feb. in the year of our Lord one Ihbusana eight
hundred and sixty-seven and in ?he ninety-first
year of American Indorcndrnri?.
AV#F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Mar.') Ct ll)
Glass and Putty.
Lar.cc lot of WINDOW GLASS; of difT-ircnl
_ rft7.es,- and Ono Darrel of PUTTY just re
ceived and for sale by
TEAGUE ? CARWILE.
Oct 17 t? 43
' BROWN lt'PERKINS,
l'l ( ??U&ISHf?RS_03? S-ii:
SH;!E).ET , M.p-.SI C3
: -Aad,nitsi9 Booksy:?j??
WE would." rcspct tfuny cid! (tie attention of
, ?hpir^paders;.nd.Singing -School Teach
ers to our establishrocr.t, where all kimlsbf Church
Music, Glee and Anthem Looks can be obtained
on thc most favorable terms..
Tho long experienco of our Mri PERKINS, in
Musical Conventions, Choirs, thc Concert Room
and Sunday School, ?nablos him to give advice
and information on all pointsrof musical interest
tis to the selection of proper works of instruction,
formation of Musical Schools-progress in musi
cal studies, and items of general interest to com
posers, leaders, teachers and students.
Sheet Music furnished on the usual terms, with
promptness and dispatch. Country orders solici
ted-and selections made for pupils, teachers, con
certs, ?c., ?c., ?c.
WUi ho True to Mc.T. E. Perkin's,.30 cte.
The Orphan Wanderer,....T. E. Perkins,.30 cts.
Tho Rose Bush,....T. E. Perkins.30 els.
Fairy of tho Wildwood,...II. A. Brown,..-"30 els.
Memory, (for Bariton :,)..H. A. Brown,...."30 cts.
Four of any of tho above will bc forwarded on
receipt of ono dollar.
??)~Scnd for a Circular...
BROWN ? PERKINS,
420 Brcoine St., New York City.
New Y"ork, Jan 1 4ml
Is used by
First-class Hotels, Laundries, Tens
of Thousands of Families', und
Should be used by ail.
It gives a beautiful polish, making tho iron
pass smo.oihly over tho cloth, saving, much time
and labor. Goods doce up with it keep clean
lortgss, consequently wili; not wear cut so soon.
IT MAKES OLD LINEN LOOK LIKE NEW !
Sold by Druggists and Grocers generally.
?UK II??PERIAE BIJVE
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD!
It is Eolublo in hard as well as soft water. It
is put np in thc safest, neatest, and mostcunveni
cnt form of any offered to the public.
IT IS WARRANTED NOT TO STREAK THE
Sold by Grocers ami Druggists generally.
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom wo offer
extraordinary inducements. Address
NEW YORK STARCH GLOSS CO.,
No. 218 Fulton St., New York.
Jan 1 Cm 1
GROYESTEEN & CO.,
PIANO FORTE 1IMI.111,
499 Broadway. New -York.
THESE PIANOS received thc nighest Award
of Merit a: the Yorld's Fuir, over the beet
makers from London, Paris, Germany, thc cities
of New York. Philadelphia. Baltimore cul Bos
ton ; al<o, the liokl Medal at thc American
Tnttitntc, for Fl YE SUCCESSIVE YEARS ! !
Our Pi-.nos contain the French Grand Action,
Harp Pedal, Overstrung Bass, lull Iren Frame,
and all Modern Improvements. Every Instru
ment irarren'rd Fl YE YEARS! Made under
thc supervision of Mr. J. H. GROYEST?EN,
who has a practical experience of over thirty-five
years, and is.tho maleer.of 'Stier ilevin ihi.fsmd
I'tano-F/trtefi. Our facilities for niaLufr.c?urifg
enable RS to sell thc-<! instruments from S1 CO lo
$200 cheaper thar! any first class piano forte.
j?S-GE0. A. OATBS, Augusta, Ga., is tho.
authorized Agent for tho sale of these PIANOS,
and will alway? keep a number on band for the
inspection of thc public.
Aug S lyitiP 32
GREAT ISFBOTBSENT IR SBWIMACBIKE,
EMPIRE HHS MACHINE !
Salesroom, 536 Broadway, New York,
250 WASHINGTON.ST., EOSTON,
921 CHESNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
Patented Feb.'14, 1SC0.
nnTIIS MACHINE is constructed cn entirely
I new principles of mechanism, possessing
many rare and vnloobic improvements, bavicg
been examined by ih*? most profound experts, and
pronounced to be
Simplicity and Perfection Combined.
It has a straight needle, pcrpen?iculpr action
makes thc LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, which
will neither RIP nor RAVEL, end is alike on
both siiijs: performs perfect scwins cn every
description uf material, from Leather to thc Gncst
Nonsook muslin, with cotton, linen r.rsi'k thread,
from tic chariest to thc finest number. Having
neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and the least pes
s?Me friction, it ruin as smooth as glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFI! PER CENT, less power to
tlrive than any other machine in thc market.
A ?rirl twelve years ct ?ge ean work it steadily,
without faticue or injr.ry t<? health.
It? Strength and wonderful simplicity of con
struction nuder- ii .-ilir.ost impossible to get out
of ur i.-r. and is GUARANTEES by thc compa
ny to give entire s iti.-.factior.
Wo respectfully invite all those who maydesiro
to iupply themselves with a superior article, to
com" and examine this UNRIVALLED MA
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to ena
ble any person to w<?rk this Machine to their en
Agents wanted for all towns in tho United
Slate?, where agencies aro not already established.
Also, for Cuba, Mexico, Centra! and South Ameri
ca, to whom a liberal discount-will be given.
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MANU
53G BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Aus 1 u.ir.-7m 31
An Invention cf Kare Merit!
TH?T WILL NOT BREAK
Burns up all tas and smoko,
never breaks by putting on a
nhade; short, and not top
hoavy ; is easily clc-.ncd by
removing top; in fact, tho
most perioct chimney krlpwn
-and is fast superseding all
others whcr.o it has boon in
No dealer can afford to bo
writho at tl .em.
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.;
*t>^ 73 Warren St., TX, Y.
Aug 14 Gm
Alum and Dry Plaster. Fire mid Burglar Proof
WARRANTED THE BEST IN THE
WORLD ! Never corrode the Iron. Never
lose their fire-proof qualities. Arc tho only Safes
Glied with Alum and Dry Piaster.
Please send or call for an Illustrated Catalogue
MARVIN k CO.
Principal f No. 2fi5 Broadway, New York.
Warehouses. \ No. 721 Cbcsnut St-, Philadelphia.
Feb 27 10 ra fl
A LL persons having demands against thc Es
?3L tate of JAMES M. LANHAM, deceased, are
requested to present them, duly attested, to tho
undersigned, or to W. W. Adams, Esqr., at once ;
and those in any wiso indebted to said Estate aro
earnestly requested to roako payment without de
lay to tho undersigned.
J AS. A. DEVORE, Ad'or.
Jan. 23, 3m 4 .
<K1 PFAl VEAR? -Wc want Agents
ilpXt>v/vr everywhere to sell our liipnovnn
?jti Sewing Machines. Three cow kinds. Under
and upper feed. Sent?n trial. Warranted five
years. Above salary or large commissions paid.
Thc ORl.r machines snid in United States for less
than S-ifl. which arc/- Hy limited hy Hare, Whit
ier if- Wiho?, Groterti linker, Singer <?. Co.I and
Bnchc.lder. AU other cheap machines are I'M.
fringciiicut* and thc tr. '1er or ??er ore Italic lo c/r
rent, fme. mid impr?onmtnl. Illustrated circa,
lars sent free. Adare**, or call upon Shaw ??
Clark, at Biddlcford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill#
June fi iswly 23 *i
LL Person; having demands ngainst the Es
_ tate of JAMES IL WHITE, deceased, are
earnestly requcsted-to present them at nn carly
dav *" tho undersigned; and those indebted to
said Estate arc requested ls mako iromcdinte pay
meut. * J". W. HQRNE,
Adm'or.. ir righi of his wife, on tico
Estate of J. H. White, decU
JinW 3m ? t