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Make the Best of it.
Life is tatt u flectir-g dream,
Care tbwtroiM the i st ot it:
?witt i' ^lideih lise a stream
Mind you, make the best of it !
Taik not ot yaur weary woes,
Troubles, or the ret of it ;
If we have bet brief repose,
Let u- maka the best of it.
If your fi icu I bas got a heart, .
There is somethiog lino in him,
Cast away his darker part.
Cling to what's divino in him.
Friendship is our best relief
Muko un In-artless jest of it;
It will brighten even- grief.
If we UUtku the ut*: uf il.
Happiness despises state,
'Tis no sago experiment,
Simply that the wise and great
May have joy and merriment ;
Rank i? not i ts spell refined
Money's not the test of if,
Dur fc*cai 1*4 ?ontenfed mind,
That (rill make the best of it.
Trusting in the power above,
Which Mis'ainiog all of us
In one "ominon bond of love,
Riddle<h gi eat and small of us;
Whatsoever may befall
Sorrow or the rest of it
We s'.all oveilome them al),
If we make the best of it.
% Cur Homes.
We have perpetually advocated in
these columns a due attention to the tri
fles thnt makeup the sum of human lite
und balance th? happiness or misery of
mankind; Th? subject; is an exhaustleas
one, and hardly a day passes without fur
nishing us with additional instances of the
importance of iittle things. There is not
one man in ten who does not, half uncon
sciously, look to them for comfort, or is
driven into a thousand excesses by their
want. In the domestic menage especially,
people are themselves unaware of their
perpetual silent influence, and are perhaps
un wit lin?; to acknowledge how entirely
their moods of mind are dependent upon
the minor comforts of their home circle.
If they would frankly concede their
importance, we think it would he one
^r.-.-it sti-p towards tire reformation of
households. The husband who would
rt lietly and calmly, without sulking or
storming, point out to his wife the errors
in her domestic arrangement, and their
adverse influence on his life, would soon
lind them reformed. But he generally
contents himself with feeling that every
tiling is wrong and uncomfortable enough
to put a saint out of temper, and so he
rails in season and out of season, perhaps
against the very things in which she was
most blameless. A sense of dire injus
tice is aroused, and every one knows how
domestic martyrs bear their crowns of
We sec much to deplore, much to
amend iii our home !>.?'. Wo have seen
milch, too, to admire in some individual
c:u>e<, which have given us eloquent les
ts ?ns of thc strength that surmounts and
governs necessities We know instances
of men returning from hard and unaccus
tomed toil, weary and dispirited enough,
but by a stern effort of will leaving their
daily cares at the threshold that their
households may not he saddened. We
know, too, wives who by their strict econo
my, their constant attention to every little
trille of nicety that makes home pleasant,
not only save their husband's credit and
eke out their straitened incomes, but
make their lives warm with a sunshine
they had never known in the prosperous
days of many servants, and much eye
A woman who cannot manage a house
hold judiciously, is lacking in the ele
ments of the best womanhood. It is her
province, for which she was intended by
nature, long before she found out for her
self the thousand and one by-ways, which
she fancies she adorns by her missions.
As certainly as God intended lier for the
mother of children, did he also intend her
to be the " house mother," as the Ger
mans cail thc mistress of' a household
she who makes thc hearth glow, and by
ceaseless care gladdens and warms the
hearts bound to her by thc closest tics
who thinks nothing beneath her attention
that can react o-.i the comfort of the cir
cle uf which she is thc centre.
lt is certainly no more a slavery or
drudgery to give personal attention to all
atlli'rs of the domestic menage, than to
toil at the fripperies that fashion exacts
from her senseless vassals. To cook a
dinner is a less fatiguing process than to
stint, and scheme, and worry over some
adornment that ?nay not comport with a
slender purse, but that Dame Grundy re
quires at her receptions.
We Southern people have no leisure
now for frivolities. There arc countries
and a state of society to which they natu
rally belong-part and portion themselves
ol' a social system that has existed proba
bly since the reign of thc fig leaf, lt is
a system that has its uses, but its uses
and its place arc not here now. Not with
au impoverished people, one half of whom
arc starving, and thc other half making a
light with unaccustomed weapons against
trouble of every form and degree. We
have no political life, no agricultural pros
perity, no prosperity of any kind, and
our horizon is fast narrowing down to thc
domestic life, that alone promises lissome
elements of rational content.
Wc are not expecting impossibilities of
Southern women, when we ask them to
turu their energies and abilities to the
management of their households, and the
comfort of their families; that the hard
earned gains of their husbands should bc
economized or judiciously spent, and
their children encouraged to decided hab
its of industry. They should understand
th.it the highest order of Womanhood
exacts of its members more than James
de Molay ever did of his Knight Temp
lars, for it requires of them to be patient,
helpful, and looking upon adversity as
merely the touchstone of thc noblest ?md
highest attribute of their sex.
With a vertical sun over a man's head,
thc world cannot take his attitude, but as
the shadows lengthen we can measure it
to the inch. So we need only glance at a
menage in these troublous times, and if
not too poverty struck, it is easy to guage
the real nature of her who superintends it.
If our remarks on this proli?c subject
seei. to bear entirely upon one sex, it is
because we feel we are dealing with wo
man's province, however she may choose
to ignore it. We know perfectly well
the weight of a man's words and actions
in his domestic circle, but we must say
it is only a hard and rugged nature that
is inaccessible to the softening influences
of a well ordered household. When a
woman stands before his eyes the perpetu
al reminder of what a woman should be;
when he sees the love and unselfishness
that dignify her most homely employ
ments, the good sense that regulates her
expenses, the word helpmate becomes to
him full of. the dearest significance. We
think too, bis home beooiijra to him tho
pweeteefc *pot wi ?irth, what we would
wish al! Southern horneo to bein this sad
nrislo of our country's fate,-New Orleans
STOOD iiht uP i* THE COHNER TO .V?ARB
MORE ROOM.-A woman who lived in 4
small snug cottage in a village, Was Un
fortunata enough to lose herncsbatrd and, I.
set about "malting preparations for thc fu
neral obsequies. A neighboring Mrs.
Gundy, with her cloak and umbrella, call
ed to i-ee things, to condole nnd to specu
late. On coming into the house she looked
nround, raised her spectacles and her
hood, and said : " Why, Lor' me ! how
nicely you are fixed up for the funeral ;
well I do declare, Lor' say ! Dear me !
why, do you tell, you borried Mrs.
Webster's cheers, ain't you, and Mrs.
Stone's roses on the inantl?piece, they look
right smart, ?declare-and there's a clock
too,-why where tm earth did you get
that, 1 want to know ?'' 11 Oh ! no, my
dear, (with a solemn groan) that'* not a
clock, it: my poor, dear, departed hus
band, I stood him up in one corner to
make more room !"
A Phue Rooles.
Mewsick is 1 of the Arts cc sighentsos.
A singer is a artist. & a singin master is
a sighentist if he teaches sighentifically,
utherwise he's a humbug. To them as
wants to excell, a phue rooles will be very
perceptable, & by tbilefin whitch you ken
1. If you sing in a quire ollwaza hold
the last toan after the rest are dim, so
that peeple eau heer you sepereiglit.
2. When you come to a high moat
thro yoor hod back & shet yoor ize, it
inaiks it moar expressive.
H. When you get done with tho hi
toan and want to sec the. next line open
yoor ize again.
-1. If enny boddy else looks on the
book with you, hold it strate in front of
yoor own face, and then it Mont bc in
5. Olwaze objeck to the toon the quire
ieeder selects and chus.e a pirtier one
yourself, it shows your good taste.
6. Ockashunly sit still and let the rest
of the quire sing the him without you ;
it spoils the eli'ect of youre shigiu to have
it two common.
7. Dooring the sermen and prayer
keep a turuin over the Jeeves of yoor
book-it shows you are devoted to mew
7A-. Spend sum of your time in writen
in books and riten noats to sum 1 else in
the quire, fur if you want to sing clear
yon musent weary yoor mind & vois by
listonin two close to thc servis.
8. If ?ts in the evening beet time with
the hand with whitch you hold the candle
with-the oddiencc can see it planer.
9. Doant forget to whisper sum-it
taiks awa embarrassment & helps to pass
10. Fill yoor pockits with peenuts be
fore you go to tn ce till, and throw the
shells on thc lloor-thc scckston ken tell
then where thc quire sets when lie sweeps
11. Olwaze take thc best sect-sum
boddy must hav it, and it may as well be
you as any boddy else.
12. While you ar singin if you meet
the i of 1 of yoor friends in the kongre
gnshen, smile & bow-it shows you aint
too much sot up to recognize an old fi ?end
even if you are in the quire.
13. Never sing cgzactly with the Ieeder
-keep a leetle behind out of respect for
him, or else keep a Icctle abed which will
eucurridge him with your egzample. If
the rest of the quire sings abed of the
ieeder, you keep bellini! ; and the rest
sings behind, you keep ahed, this will
14. Follow these rooles daly every
Sunday, & if you have good sucksess,
you will be sure to suckseed.
P. BENSON, Sr.
Artemas Ward-s Thrashing Machine.
My wife's exceedingly practical woman,
I luv her muchly, however, and humor
her little ways, it's a reckless falsehood
that she henpecks me, and the young
man in our neighborhood Who said to me
:ts I was distendinjr, my diafram' with a
gentleman with a gentle cocktail at the
village tavern-who said to me in these
vary laugwide, "Go home, old mau, on
Icss you wish another tea pot throwed at
you by ?. J." probly regrets having said
so. 1 said, "Betsy Jane is my wife's
front name, gentle youth, and I permit
no person to alood to her as B. J., outside
of the family circle, of which I am it
principally myself. Your other observa
tions I scorn and disgust, and ? must pol
ish you ofT." Ile was a ablebodied young
man, and removin' his coat, he inquired
if I wanted to be ground to powder t I
said yes, if there was a powder griudist
bandy, nothing would ford mc greater
pleasure, when he struck me a painful
blow into my eye, causiu mc to make a
rapid retreat into tlic fireplace.
I hadn't no idcr that thc eiienn was so
I well organized. But J rallied and went
for him in a rather vigris style for my
time of life. His parents lived near by
and I simply state that fifteen minutes bad
only elapsed after the first hit, when he
was carried home on a shutter. His
mamma met thc sollum procession at the
door, and after kccrfully lookin her oil
spring over, she said : My son, I sec how
it is distinctually. You've been foolin
round a thraslin machecn. You went in
, at thc place whar they put thc grain into
the thingamajig, and let the bosses trod
on you, did'nt you, my son?" The pen
of no livia author could describe that dis
fortunit young man's situation more
clearer. Hut I was sorry for him, and I
went and missed him till ho got well. Mis
reg'lar original father hail been sent to the
war. I told him I'd be a father to him
myself. He sniilt a sickly smile, and
said I'd already been wuss than two fath
ers to him.
PKOVEIIKS or JOSH BILLINGS.-'1 Human
nature-is the same all over the world,
'cept in New England, and thar it is
'cordin to sarcumstances."
" Rum is good in its place, and hell is
the place for it." v
" If I had a boy who didn't lie quite
enuff to suit me, 1 would set him to tend
ing a retail dry goods store."
" When a feiler get-; a goin down hill,
it dus seem as tho' everything had been
greased for the "kashun."
" He who kan ware a shjrt a whole
week and keep it klean, ain't fit for enny
" I never knu a fool who hadn't a good
, "Thieves hunt, in couples, but n iier
has no accomplice."
"Give the devil his due, reads well
enuff in a proverb; but, my friend, what
will becum uv me and you if this ar
rangement iz carried out?"
CAN ANV ONE Tell ?-Can any one tell
why men, who cannot pay small bills can
always find plenty of money to buy
liquor, ?nd treat when happening among
their friends t
Can any one tell how yoma men, who
dodge their washerwort??h anclare alwnvs
behind with their landlord, can play bil.
Hards night and day, are JllWflys ready
for a game of poker or seven Up?
Can any one tell how men live and
support their families, who have DO in
come-and do ont work; while others,'
who are industrious and constantly em
ployed, half starve? .
Can any one tell how , it is that a man
who is too poor to pay for a newspaper,
is able to pay a doilar or two a day for
tobacco, cigars or whisky ?
NECK TWISTING IN CHURCH.-A good
story is told of an eccentric old parson,
who was sorely annoyed by a habit his
people had acquirod (and which prevails
by-the-way, in all other churches, even
now and hereabouts to some extent) of J
twisting their necks around every, time
any body entered the door, and passed up
the aisle of the meeting-house, tu see
what manner of person it might bc.
Wearied with the annoyance, thc old man
exclaimed one Sunday:
" Urethren, if you will only cease turn
ing your heads round whenever the door
opens, and will keep your attention on
me, I will promise to tell vou, as 1 preach,
who il is that comes-in."
Accordingly he went on with the ser
vices and presently made a stop as one-of j
the deacons entered, saying
"That is Deacon-, who. keeps.the.
And then he announced, in turn, the
advent of each individual, proceeding-th^
while with his sermon aa composedly as
dic circu? istances would admit, when at
last a stranger came, iii, when he cried
" A little old mai: in green spectacles,
and a drab overcoat-'lon't know him
you can all turn round and look for
yourselves this time."
It is hardly necessary to add that the
good man carried his point, and there was
but little neck-twisting seen in his con
gration after that day.
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p lily as at our Store.
All our Seeds are carefully feted before send
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If properly planted out and cared for.
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Mar ll 2m ll
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perfect a crop.
We offer choice seed of this valuable variety
from seed of Mr. Taylor's own raising. Descrip
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^-?fPrice by mail (pottage paid,) 25ct?. per
EDW'D. J. EVANS k CO.,
No. 'J, N. George Street, York, Pa.
Marl! 2m ll
ANDREW J. PELLETIER,
Hamburg, S. C.
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Cosmetics, Soaps, Combs, Brashes.
SUPERIOR TEA S,
Dental, Surgical and Obstetrical In
Tlioiusoninn Medicines, .
S POX*, es, SNUFF,
NUTMEGS IN HULL,
Aud Fresh Imported Spices.
All of which wc take pleasure in offering to thc
publie at reasonable rates.
A. J. PEILLETIEB,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Hamburg, Feb 13 (5m 7
CHEAPER THAN THE
HAS BEEN. AND IS STILL MY MOTTO.
HE Subscriber is now receiving a SPLEN
DID Stock of
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, &c,
For Gentlemen, Youths and Children.
HATS--A superb assortment of the latest
SHOES--An excellent Stock for Ladies and
CLOTHS and CASSOIERES, a beau
.SHIRTINGS of all description?.
CALICOES in great array, selected with
can, and very handsome.
A One lot of PIPES,
Tho very best S EG ARS. . .
The best Chewing and Smoking TOHACCO
NOTIONS in great variety.
A good supply or WEEDING HOES, Ac
COOKING UTENSILS and HARD
WARE generally, together with many other ar-,
ticlch tor- numerous to mention.
In consideration of tho Hard Times, I intend
to sell my Gooda at " Live and Let Lire" prices.
A continuation of the liberal patronage hereto
fore extended to mo is respectfully solicited.
M. LEDESCHULTZ, Agent.
Apr 10 tf lo
THE Undersigned gives notice that he is now
prepared to have REPAIRED in a good and
workmanlike manner, WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES, nod otbor Vebielei that may be
brought to bis Shops, at fair and rcasocablo pri
?es for Cns h.
NSW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will
alco be put up In (bc be?t .?trie, and on ai ronson.
?hie terms ni can be afforded.
Having EFf'lCI?NT and fiXfKRIENCED
WORKMEN In my Shops, and n got fl supply of
the BEST SEASONED TIMBER, no pains will
be sparod to give entire satisfaction lo those who
may sond their work to those Shops.
M. L. BONHAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A >* D
Solicitor in Equity,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
ILL Practice in the Courts of this Stato
and in August^ Qa. Also, in the United States
District and Circuit Cuurts for So. Ca.
April 2nd,- 3in .14
M. 0. BUTLER,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office, LAW RANGE,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Fob 27 tf 9
TV. J. READY. JAS. T. CULBIIEATII.
READY & CULBREATH
attorneys at Law
i-v fi Ax'0. '
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY.
EDG?FLELD, S. C.
Fob 27 >f _9_
; Law Notice.
TUE Undersigned have this dar associated
themselves un purtoers iu thc PRACTICE
OP LAW AND EQUITY.
M?- W, GARY,
WM: T. GARY. .
Edgcficld, S. C , Feb ll, 1807._|f 7__
THE Undersigned have associated themselves
as Partners in the PRACTICE OF LAW for
Edgcficld District, under the style nf ADAMS 4
W. W. ADANS,
mi M. TJANDRUM.
Jan. 8, 1867. tf 3
R. T. J. TEAGUE has moved to the
Dwelling recently occupied by Mr. J. B.
Carwfle, next door below Episcopal Church.
He may bo found at thc Drug Store of Teague
k Carwile during the day, and at his residence
during the night, whon not out on professional
business. , \
Having been engaged in the practioe of Medi
cine, inits various brauche?, for tho last Thirteen
Years, ho feel? that he doe? not arrogate to him
self undue merit when he solicitg a liberal share
of patronage at the hands of this community, jj
Jml If 1
m. II. PARKERJrcspectfully announce?
that he is well prepared to execute in tho best
manner aud promptly all work in tho business,
-and at greatly reduced figures.
Having tcquaintcd himself with the late ines
timable improvement? in .the profession, and se
cured a full stock of material/, ?c., he warrants
good anJ satisfactory work tf .11 who ritay desire
Edgefield, S. C., Aug. 1, tf al'
The Friends of Capt. A. 1?. WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Caudidate for Sheriff ol
Edgefield atth'e noxtelection.
Nov 7 te? 45
7CSr~ Wc have been authorized" by the Friend!
oT Capt. H. DOULWARE to announce him a
Candidate for Sheriff of Edgofiold District at thc
Apr 12 te* 16
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friend.-- of D. A. J. KELL, Esq.,
respectfully nom?nate him as a Candidate foi
Tax Collector at the next olection.
Oct 18 te 43
THE many Friends of Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL rospcetfully nominate him as a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR at the next election.
Dec ? ' te* 50
Wc have been requested by many friend? Pl
Mr. JOHN A. BARKER to announce him a Can
lidate for Tax Collector of Edgefield District al
the ensuing election.
Oct. 2, te?_4
J/ZS!" Wc have been authorized by friends ol
Capt. STUART HARRISON to onuouncc bim s
Candidato for re-election lo the office of Clerk ol
the Court of Couimou Pleas for this District, ci
tho next election.
April U te lj
?E?rWebave been authorized by the manj
friends of Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN tn an
nounce him a Caudidate for Clerk of tho Courl
of Common Pleas for Edgefield District at th(
next olee ti ou.
June 20 to" 27
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A Liberal Discount to Ponier-.
200,000 Furnished lo the I , S, Gov
A ?ur REVOLVER, 44-100 in. Calibre
NAVV REVOLVER, 36-100 in. Calibre.
BELT REVOLVER. Navy Size Calibre
POLICE REVOLVER, Navy Sire Calibre
NEW POCKKT REVOLVER. 31-100 in. Calibre
PUCKET REVOLVER, (Rider's pt.) 31-1011 in. Cal
IIEI'EATINO PISTOL, (Elliot pf.) No. 22 & 32 Car
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(H'S CASE, NO. 22 and 32 Cartridge
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Poultney and Trimble, Baltimore,
Henry Folsom k Co., Now Orleans.
Johnson, Spencer k Co., Chicago.
L. M. Rumsey <fc Go. St. Louis.
Albert E. Crane, San Francisco.
Circulars containing cut* and description o:
ourArins will be furnished upon application.
E. REMINGTON k SONS, Ilion, N. Y.
Mar 12_tf ll
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And Music Books,
WE would respectfully call tho attention ol
Choir-Leaders and Singing School Teach
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The loni: experience of our Mr. PJSRXIXS, in
Musical Conventions, Choirs, tho Concert Room
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and information un all points of musical interest
as to the selection of proper works of instruction,
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Sheot Music furnished on tho usual torras, with
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... v !
E were induced last season to accept (be
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AMMONIATED ALKALINE PHOS
PHATE. Tho success of this compound'.ii.
truly wonderful, making crop amid- a most disas
trous drought, when Peruviin Guano?, costing
double, utterly fn?ud.
ALKALINE PHOSPHATE, very rich
in Potnsb, Soda and Phosphates.'"
These MANURES all are absorbents and con
tain elements efpccially adapted to the COTTON,
CORN and VEGETABLE CROPS.
Certificates on band from our best Planters in
Richmond and Hancock counties, which will be
exhibited or supplied upon application to f
W. HENRY WARREN & CO,,
General Agents for Georgia and South Carolina.
Jan 2? ' .;m . 5
Top and Wc-Top Buggies,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, v
Carriage Makers' MATERIAL,
RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING and STEAM PACKING, LACE, PICKER
and ROLLER LEATHER. AND ROLLER
A full aiiortinc?t iu Store,. and constantly ar
Reduced Prices I
SHERMAN, JESSUP & CO?,
No. 225, Broad St., Sign of the Golden Saddle,
Augu.-tu. Dec 17 . (Tra51
Newly Furnished and Refitted,
Unsurpassed by any Hotel South,
Was Reopened to tho Public Oct. 8, lSfit).
T. S. NICKEHSON, Proprietor.
Jan.*. . tf . 1
G. W. COXWAY, . S. TtJBSKB,
Of Kentucky. Of Kdgeficld, S. C.
SAIE UH LIVERY STABLES
p.y. . ? * -
CONWAY & TURNER,
,Campbtll St., Between Broad nnd P.eynohh,
NF.AK Pi.ASTK.ns JIOTKL,
A U G IISTA, G E OR G I A.
LTJL KINDS of VEHICLES and SADDLE
HORSES fir Hire. Also, Fine CARRIAGES,
strictly fe Family use.
Match Jlor?f?, Single Hjirn?xp Horses, and
Saddle Horse." bought, or tiold on Commission.
Covered accommodaiion on tho Premises dor
Two Hundred Hoad of Mules.1 ,
Augusta, Oct 15 . 3m42
The Great English Remedy !
A CERTAIN A?DTPEEDY MRI
INCONTINENCE OF URINE,
WEAKVESS OF THE BACK,
PAIN IN THE BACK. U
DISEASE OF BLADDER.
STONE IN BLADDER, :
" KIDNPT DISEASE,
DIABETES, . .
". AND GLEET !
jjaB-This preparation is offered to tho afflicted,
with the greatest confidence.
Sold nt Edgeficld by TEAGUE A C^nwn.E.
W. H. TUTT, .
Oenoral Agentfor the Southern States.
August*, Ga., Jan 30 3m 5
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce thoi
they aro now prepared to do all work in the
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that nny bo entf?st?d'to tbeia^in'? w?fk
manlikcmanner, and with neatnessand dispitcb
We havo.on hand afow CARRIAGES ar.dau
porior BUGGIES,of our own manufacturo,which
we will sell low.
Allkind'of REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted to givo satisfar lon.
ySTAs woscll ONLY Jfc <.?R CA8H; onrprlces
ar unusually reasonable All we ask is atrial.
SMITH ?fe JONES.
Mor 7 tf. .10.
JUST rooelved A lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-of thc
Al<o, on band, nf my own ?anufaeturo- and
finish, n beantlfol p.esorftneftt of MAHOGANY,
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS. "
Allof wbioh Tam selling at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CA8H.
M. A. MARK EUT,
Next door to Ad vcr ti? er OS cc -,
ju? f * wsw it i
Np. 2975Bi??ad Street,
Three Boors ?ehrirPlIiptcrs' Hotel,
Al? GUST A, CA.,
HAVE on. hand, and .fur ut LOWEST
.?ARK?PRICES ??,'?k:,C??H"U C?wpl?tte
Assortment . of tGrocer??s', consisting in
part of the following articles :
10p. Ebls.. PL ANTING POTATOES;
lob Boxes Factory, Stile and English Dairy
100; Boxes >AP4MA&T?NE CANDLES,
100 Boxes'Soda, Batter, Oyster and Sugar
"^CBACKKUS^ ^ <
*SgJW*. "Crusfiej^5 ".Q^isiT?'&'yfa "C"
50 Bugs RIO COFFEV?, . , . : n, ,
50 Pncfcets Java COFFEE, '
5L> finies Georgia Factory ' Cotton YARNS, as-?
50 M. SEO A RS, all grades,
125 Bags ?HOT, irll BizoV/ '??">'
50 Bbls. WHISKEY, ill grades,
50 Half Bbls. Fine Old Ryo WHISKEY,
jlO i Ca<ks BRANDY, Pale and ftxftf ^>V Jj
'5'Bb?s. Old HOLLAD (?IN, *
5 Bbls. DOMESTIC 3 IN,
IO-? Casks Old SHERRY, PORT and MA
100 Casen WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, GIN,
50 Cases Gin, Brandy, Whiskey COCK ?AILS,
2*5 Cases CIIAM>A1GNES, .
.. 50 3oxes F.aoily-SOAP, ...
5,0 Cases OYSTERS, I und 2 lbs. Cans,
50 Buses Assorted and Fancy CANDIES, , ?
25 Cases PLANTATION BITTERS, .
SMOKING and-CHEWING TOBACCO, ah
SNUFF ?a Jars and Lottie.', ?. ^ . /
TEAS, STARCH, SO OA, . - - ? ?
PICKLES iu Cases and Keg;,
. RAISINS, SARDINES, MUSTARD,
SPICE, PEPPER, GINGER, ... .
.MACKEREL, all Sizes and Nos., '?""*? .';
SALT, BAGGING and ROPE, <fcc, 4c.
Augusta; Feb 12 tf 17
stBb?sa?d ii Ciirlaston in 1837,
And in Augusta in 1848,,
rTnUE'Sabscrtber takcr-ploasuTo In ?n?orm?bg"
X the residents of Edgefield aud the adjoin
ing Districts that/he has been appointed Agent
for tho Til II EE BEST PIANO MAKERS
til THE WOULD, viz: 0
STEINWAY & SONS, New York,
CHICK BRING ? SON^.JJoatoa, . . r )?*
HAZELTON BROS"', New-York. '- \
And he will soil their Instruments at FACTO
" RY PRTCES; mWfre?g?i actdedr*
-Person* wi?hing-'to pursbajo a SUPERIOR
.PIA if0 FORTE will p'.easessend for^JCircular?
arid Illustrated Catalogue:", find tney "will find
th?7_can purchase from the BEST MAKERS, at
as Low Prices as ib'<y can of inferior ones.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent free
of all charges, ; . : : ; , .,,
GEO. Ai OATES,
240 Broad Street,
" AUGUSTA, OA.
^SJ^Also, Agent for Ma?on & HamliTr's cele
brated CABINET ORGANS. .
Apr 21 tf [lt
ESTABLISHED IN 1850
ber wo jld re
form the citizen? of Edgetiold and the aurround
inccountry, thatbo keeps a SPECIAL ESTAB
LISHMENT for tho REPAIR of WATCHES
and JEWELRY. All work entrusted to hi.?
care will bo executed'promptly, neatly,- and
warranted f?r one. year.
AthisStoro will bo found one of thc largest
Gold and Silver Watches,
Of thc'bct Europeiinaatf American manufacture
. in thc S lutheru State;, with a select assort-.
: mont,of ,
RICH AND NEW STYLES ETRUS
CAN ?OLD JEWELRY.
Sot with Diamonds, Pearls, Rubie.", Oriental Gar
nets, Coral, .fcc. Also, SOLID. SJLVER,;
WARE,, cons.sting offull
TEA SETS, WAITERS, ICE AND
WATER PITCKI3RS, CASTORS,
GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS, SPOONS,
And everything in the Silver Ware line.
EINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE- BARRELED.
' (?'V IS s.
Cult's, Smith & Weston'*, CooporV." Reuuiiing'-'
ton'i, Sharp's, Derringer's,
PISTOLS*. ,, .
t- '. > y ?*! t v ; SI j.,. ( , iiiji'*
And ninny others'"of ihelatcst inventidn."''"
FINE CUTLERY. SPECTACLES. WALKING
CANES. PEPnFU-ME?Y, PO RTA! ON J A'ES,.
AND FANCY (iOODS
Of every variety t> bc f-nind in n first class Jew
elry lvstub?shuient., .. V
A. "PEONT??T, '
0 io Door below, Augusta Hotel,
IG'.i Brond Street, Augusta, Gi.
Oet 15 . ' 1 ?m 42
J O H N: G^ - B?
H. WARNER & CO.,
. DE A LE.IS TN '
F l N E hi I O'li 0; fl S ,
Family and Fa?ry Groceries.
TOBACCO. CIGARS AND; SNUFF,
PIPES OF'ALL KINDS," : 3QJ
Powder; - SHao-fc. Caps,
FANCY NOTIONS ' ' '
?ni? *fit . (??DTM lf-> to'* ? a
AND ALL KIND OF STRINGS.
ALSO; DEALERS IN
Ready Mhilv ?lp11iiii?, \
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ANO CAPS;
PERFUMERY AND SWEET SOAP*,
No. 1?2 and 1 li Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, ii A.-'
Nov. C>. Oin 45
??jj_. .jaQt?ggb g ggsg^s^
. ... . 'J?t?f . -'" ..."
npHE Subscriber, respectfully announeos to thc
, L ritizens of Edgefield Dintrict, lliat.ho is sow
prepared to cxecut* AL?J BUILDING; AND
CARPENTER'S WORK with fidelityiind. di?
patcji? and on reasonable t'irm?.;
Of is Hls? erigagod, next door to the Aflyertisor
Officf, in thf .
Undertaking Business,. .
And has-On handgun aysortmont'of ITEAilTI F UK
COFFINS, Rosewood finish, neatly trimmed/arid
o/.tao latest styles. PHoej very moderate.
My fine NE^ HEARSE) with, gent?o.H?r??
and B good Drivp'r, will intend Funerals when
desired. " -r
During my absenoo from tbp shop. ,Mj. JAS.
PAUL, wbo.is oonducting tho CA BIN Et BUSI
NESS in tho same Rooms, will ?it e hi? individual
attention to all prdors for COFFINS, Ac.
\ M. A. MARKERT. ,
NOT. 27. ? .. , tf . 18
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
, Principal Ofliue, titi Bron?way
; THEW YORK.
GREAT IMPROVEMFNT-lD 'd?^? Xr.
chine. Empire Shul?',,- fv"t^? 5.a
Sewing Machino, XM?tt)$ed2?Il. ^?Hcl
Houri It* hiotlor, bola, slrw/m? ur"1?,?0
Witt Mt .Ut Ol orfer; .uTihe'he^?
Machine! Nutlo,g^f/^?--, "?ffi
proved Mwaf??fur?B*^ft(BiB-,, %t Rfrffi??
PHILLIP WlNSUAHJ. : ?L frutM Carolina. . J
" , '?l??0^??iWP''?^t?RS'b?*<-;? t*
Ttt?,,Best 'T0ni?i ??o# ili
Use ! "rr
ft CHARLESTON, tfjfeii 1] olOKJ
fia ys -. -^rng'l Birx rn i
Is used by
FLrst-Class Hotels* Laundries. Tens
of Thousands of Families, ?n<d
(}. ? fpWld beyir*eey-hy aff. j / \
* It giw* t, beautiful ?po?shV making ^thp ijon
pass smoothly?vor the^l^hj;_j?ving njjaeV tT00
and labor, ?o'ods done'?p with it kenp clean
longes, consequently will not wear out so soon.
IT MAKES OLD' LINEN. 1*0 0B>LTKM ???V?(
Sohlby Druggists.and ?rpejers geacia \y? . j, .
? IS THE LEST IN THE WOHLD!
: It is soluble in hard as well as soft wetsr. It
ls put up in thc safest, noatest,.ar;d mostconrepi
ont form of-any offered^ tojthcjpubliQ., , A f T,
IT TS' WAR RANTED N?f:TO 6T2uaVK%fft?
.Sold by Grocer and Druggists genernllyj. ..
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we' offer
extraordinary-inducements. Address ?
.NEW,YORK STARCH GLOSS .?O.,?i
No-. 218 Fulton St., N?* "5 ?rk. 1
Jan 1 , :. f>m J -J -,,
GR?VESTEEtt & co.,
.199 Hro?dwa?^N?\v. YorJ .
raj " ^ J Ji .
THESE PIANOS rcceh-e?lMhc*H?g^e5r'Aws?o.v
of Merit at rbe World'* Fair, over tho best
makers from London, Paris, Germany, bo cities
of New York. Philadelphia;Baltimore snd Bos
ton ; also, the Gold 31'j(InI at tho ^Iwcrican
httjtnte, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS!!
Our Pi.-nos contain tho French Grand Action,
Harp Pedid, Ov'er&Uunjr, .?J^-S-Full IrpiiTsame,
ind ?ri'*oderu*Huprov?^nt.s. N?^very 1 ttistraJ
ment learreu'ed Fl VE YEAJtSJ Maco under
ibo supervision of Mr. J. ,11. UHOVESTEEN,
who has a practical experience of niki ?.thirty-live'
years) and is thc maker bf on?p\ ../?reu .hotmoud
Pian?-F?fte*.' Our facilities for manufacturing
/?nable us to sell these instrumenta from S100 to
.$200 cheaper than any dwi class piano forte.
fSBfGEO. A. OATES, Augusta, Gr... is the
lutborizcd Agent for thc sale of these PIANOS,
ind will a! ways keep a number on hand for thu
inspection of thc public.
Aug S ? .A lyiur v"... 02
_--"i . -a . ^-i
State of Sbtitli Carolina,
'/.V COMMON FLEAS.
W; H. Timmerman
r?. / Foiteigu Attachment.
Mathew M. Mays,
TUE !'laintiff in thc above stated case- having
this day filed his Declarltion in my < Rice ami
thc defendant haring neither wile nur Attorney
known to reside within thc limits o. this State oi.
L ^rh/im copies of said D?claration arith j rules toy
? plead can bc seryedi ffciJnotian o/^L^^ldig?o?,
Plaintiff's At^novorfle^d^tliar strrd B^fendiim
appear and plead to said Declaration within n
year and a day from the dato hereof or f nal aid'
?ubsoluto Judgment will bo given against h?ni.
S.HARRISON, c.c.R.n. .
1 J?ay 22,18615 ly 22 1
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
LG. W. Murphy & Slocum, )
vs For. Attach.
.T.A.Bass, J . .
FUE Plaintiffs in the above staled, casu having
this d:iy filed their Declaration ifr my office,
ind thc Defendant having neither wife nor Attor
ney known to resido within, lh? limits of this
State on whom copies of sojd? De dar? ifn^ttf
niles to pltfia^lra^e^ci^e^Ori motT?Tr ?Tl?C.
W. An.uts, Bsq" Plaintiffs' Attorney, Ordered,
rhat said Defendant af pear randi plead? to said
Declaration within a year and a day from the date
hereof or Ona! end aVolutc, Judgement will be
?ten against bim. ' ' ' ' . , '
. S.H.XRR?S?NrC.V.E.Tl. ?'
Sept. 29, lsr,?_lyn.' ?; ;
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRIGtZ^ ~?
IN COMMON PLEAS.
' Guthridg?.Cheatliaai?b??.ror,') ' n < -.i?.i
vu '. VJhrx Attkchitnt
'\0. W. Strom. .; ! . . J '
THE Plaintiff in the aboye slated onso having
this day filed bis Declaration in myoinec,
and the Defendant hading ngUhcr wi/kyrorAitor.
ney known to rjsidjj^iihin jrbc^iim?isl^MB)?
Statt on whom copie? 'Af\aTfl^jr)ccTafaticn1iwilli
cures to plead can be. ^prved ; On motion of W.
W.iX'daras, Plaintiff?s A?tfoney.^rsTet^'f^ra?ard
Defindaiit appear and plead to said Declaration
within a year'and ii day from the date htreof bx
.final andubsolutc-ludgmcnt will bc ?jiven-agsinsl
i\?n, J jj^t ,-S.r?IARRISON, CU.K.DV
,'MILT 7, 18?7.?/ . y t \,,. > ."1 y. .. \\.
State of S?tith Carolina,
,. Gftthridge Cbeatham,
THE Plaintiff in the above stated ci/se L'slvitij
this day filed his- Declaration in my o$c4
tirid thc Defendant having neither wife ?or Attor
ney known to reside within tj.o U^ii.tj ni this St^
on whom copies of said'.lVlai'Mion wi?h
plead can b<?i4ftisiit^?JuLti^ ?
Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered thnt sa^ "ai
appear apd' plead Ay .$ald, $e?ty?f4t>,: - . .is+d?
y^arsnd ?day 'fr?m tbo ^a,t? ? ?iithui
absolute Judgment will ^ ' or or tlnal ai
t'A R'^ cn against bim.
,JtfarU,l?ftf. - vRIrISt)Nrc.c:K:D:
i-j-=?=B- ly . ll
* GE;PiIE L?3itD18.T?RJCT.'1
? LN COMMON PLEAS, i- "i ?
*H. A. Shaw, b?areff ?f.*5 ^ 1' ' 'I '
.' ? y For. Attacl.. >
..'Welcome Martin. J
T^HE Piainiiff'in ihV abovc jUted^?aSe ?noVin
X, this day flied his Dcclarstlon .In mrofBci
and the.D^feii^oothj^ At
torney known to reside within the limits of th!
State on whom copies of said Declaration wit1
wies to plead cap he ?erred : ? Orrmq?Bl t
.Defendant npfUhA? ?*ifl
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April 15 . la lo ?
. - fi. ;' " ?Saffi:
State of South Carolina,
Jarret Wise, Adm'r., et al. *)
. vs.. ,, . j Bill Xor Par., ?c.,
FK*CIIS Bridal An? W?ft?t al) : - SV Q i-i VOrl
?T appearing to my .satisfaction that Picken3
B^dsvjdi and wife Mary, Defendants' to tbi&
canse, reside. beyond thc lin:its of this. State, On'
motion by. Mr. IL W. A nm SIN, Compl'ts Solicitor,
drdcrcd Thai tfie sat?* Defendants do appear,
plead, answer ordemur to tais ?BiR.iwithiq ??r?y.
days from the publication hereof, ?nd in default
rhcrcof judgment pro coufico will be awarded
Z. W. CARWILE, CE.E.D.
Aprii^isor. t ??, .-et . ir
State bf Soiith Carolina,
, .. ... !>'EQUHa?H. ?.
W. J. McKio and wife, ct al, )
J. T. Middleton, f Bill for Acct, Ac.
.B. ff. Hidd4c(^B*"ojfc'etal^^- M?f
fi. dletuu, Charles Alexander and wife Ida, Rosa
Calhoun, H ober t IL MiddleUn. Jato, Ware, Mury
flewitt at?d-7-Ilewitt he- husband, Frohecs.
.Sashraml- Nash-her husband, George Waa,
Jennie Wore, Defendants in thc above cause, re
side beyond the limits of this State, On-'motfen! "A
by Mr. BACO.V, Solicitor, It is ordersd That they
?lo respectively appear and plead, nntwer or de
mur, tu this Bill within forty days from the publi
cation hereof, or iu Jefault thereof that judgment
/tro coujeuo will be award? d rgainst tbtm by dc
fuulU^ Z. W. CARWILE, CE E.h.
? , Apr?2 n;:- ;w YiWSCjtfliWf
State of South. Carolina,
EDGEPIELD 'DISTRICT, ' "7,
Syfirr's Morse and ' ") '...-...'
MoryAnn, his wife, ! ^ ^ LjUl jtfjg^Jm
R?izabeth.T. Adams- j ??5 ^f ?)-?bl5'
and others. - ; ? ? t..i? ,- Oi'TOO
IT appearing to my satisfaction that P. M. Brad
Icy, one of thc Defendants to this eujiffj, re
sides beyond'he limits, of^tbis .State, (Jd motion
by^If.- ?ojinX.?r; <?ot^Ft^3olfriteK ^Aj$^?j^Tnat
t?e do appear and plead, answer or demur to this
Bill within forty days after thc.pubJkeUon^f this
orfler, or'in'd?i'aiilt'theTeof, jndgw?nt1vlll*B? r?n
dcrcd ogilni^bun./*? eo?//.V(i. ? . ; >.
.J >.; . Z. W. CARWILE, CE.E.D.
AprH2n, M?j, g ,? .Gt-. . . ;.K
The State of South Carolina,
M:Jaca Corar, by her nest fricad, ', Bill for Spe
.v*, .' ' .. [-cific paridrrn
Lcwis Covar, J. B. Sul'iivan and I ance, Relief,
wife, and others. . -J Ac.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Is<ts c A.
Read and Ellen A., his wife, two of tho Defea^.
Solicdtorr Ordered, That they do appear ?nd plead,
answer or demu* to this. Bill viibia forty days
after the publication *r~th& P<fde**i br in dtfa'ult
thereof, judgment'wi^^'renderei agaln? ^etp/
jiro roufct'?. ' '. ..' .' ??.- .''
' : ?^WL-CARWILB, ??E;EJD,. J?
April 23,1867. ; . j Ct.<: , , . '?\X.ii
^tate of South Carolina,
k.J. -l^ EQUITY.
C. Bruce AV ulk cr, Assignee, .
Lewis Covar and
Al'J. Bul kiev and Susan Ann
his wife, and others. '
^?il? 'for Foree?o**" -?
^clo?tire of Me** w"
JT appearing to my salisfrct?on tha>* A J*
??nlklry ?nd. Susan Ann,v-his wife; ?wo 1?' tk?
?. D>fe4idants..ta.i*aii oan<^.'^Jc^^^t^^nl,lJ
retido beyond thc limits of ih\? gtRte 0n
km Mr. Bo.snA?, Coopk.^,,.. ;soli?itet,. Ord-rf^-?-***
ed, That they do a^p,, -n4.pk*4, amstrcr -6f . J
demur to this BUI withU?, .crty 4*J- Stam ihn , ,.\
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Apr 23,1.8*i7.;, ?U ti " "-*'.:
J^?r. "d?^V ?B ? Cancel ' ?
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Smith* and I <lc.
Rr i resido? cv.
plead, answer or demur to this bill wuhan ?oriy
.thtyfrri-JU! tbP'publiWtttnrtfcreof, and ia default
tbcreor, that judgment pro rouftnto will be ren
dered against him.
, j opened in tfce J?laa^n^tHlj * FIR?T ?Ct?SB .'
BAR\ well'supplied with EVERY Y?R?^Do'fiT
j tho BEST -WINES, LIQUORS. ST^?Rs,
\ JnWtt, <y*aWtt^Mti attentiv?, who will at? .1
tinto-ftbein attendance to givo entire satisfaction
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