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NEW DRUG STORE I
No. % Park How,
EdgeBeld, S. C.
HE Subscriber takes pleasure in announcing
to the citizens of Edgofield that he is now re
ceiving and opening a LARGE and VARIED
These Goods were selected in person from
tho best Houses in tho City of New York, and
aro marked as low; as such Goods can bo sold in
His motto will be ? QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS," and a ?rm adhcrenco to
tho CASH SYSTEM.
E3>*Cayh Customers will find it to their inte
rest to trade at thc New Drug Store.
ZSTDon't ayk for credit-not oven for a day
-as I ?rn determined to sell for CA":H-AND
FOR CASH ONLY.
/73?~An inspection of my Stock is earnestly so
T. Yv\ CARWILE.
Jan 5' tf 2
1 HAYE A NICE LOT OF LADIES' WOR
STED DRESS GOODS which I will cell at
COST FOR CASI!. Also, many othor articlos
to suit tbe times.
Call and examine for yourselves.
B. C. BRYAN, Agt.
TnE Subscriber has removed his STOCK OF
GOODS to the Store-Room recently occupied by
Mr. John Colgan, next door to T. Roof's, where
he is offoring BARGAINS TO CASH C?STO
He also takes this occasion to urge those in
debted to him for Goods purchased sinco May
1S65, to sottlo up at once. All such claims un
paid by thc 1st February, will bo placed in tho
Provost Court for collection. I want and mutt
J. M. WITT.
Jan 7 lm 2
BY Virtue of an Order from Wm. F. Durlsoc,
Esq., Ordinary for Sdgcfield District, I will
sell on WEDNESDAY, the loth JANUARY, at
the lato residenco of SAMUEL BROOKS, dee'd.,
(in the Village of Edgefield,) ALL THE PER
SONAL ESTATE of said deceased, consisting of
TWO GOOD MULES,
A LOT OF MILCH COWS AND STOCK
CATTLE of tho most improved breed,
A LOT OF SALTED PORK,
ONE TWO HORSE WAGON and HARNESS,
ONE ROCKAWAY and HARNESS,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS, PEAS,
KITCHEN -UTENSILS, Ac, Ac
TERMS-Cash in Gold, or its equivalent in
United States Legal Tender Note:. No property
to be removed, nor tho titles to be changed until
the terms of sale aro fully complied with.
T. H. CLARK, Adm'or.
Dec 31_St 1
OURTEEN HUNDRED AND FOR
TY (1440) ACRES OF LAND, situated
on the Memphis and Little Rock Rail Road,
about twenty miles from the City of Memphis,
will bo exchanged for Lands in South Carolins,
in good location.
^ggrAddress 124, Key Box, Augusta, Ga.
Dec 23_lm 52
State ot South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo
Whereas, Thomas Bladon, has applied to
me for Loiters of Administration, on all and
singular thc goods and chattels, rights and cred
its of James Bladon, late of tho District
Thcso ar?, therefore, to cito and admonish all
ard singular, the kindred and creditors of the
8jid deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to be
holden at Edgefield C. H., on tho 23rd day of
Jan. inst., to show cause, if any, why tht said
administration shonld not be granted.
(j i von under my hand and real, this 9th day of
Jan. in tho year of our Lord ono tbouiand eight
hundred and sixty-seven and in thoninoty-sccond
year of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Jan. 13 2t 3
Tho Ri!\ EDWARD A. WILSON will sond
(froe of charge) to all who desire it, the
prcscripti'Ti wi'h the directions for making and
using the pimple remedy by which ho was cured
of alungafi" ctionand that dread disease Consump.
tion. His "nly object is to benofit thc afflicted and
ho hopes cvtry suffuror will try thin prescription,
as it will cor' them nothing, and muy pro\fc s
blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St., Williamsburg, N. I
Sept IS _Sm_33
Errors ot* Yo nt h.
A Gontleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, nnd all th?
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the rc-ipo and directions for making tho simph
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers wish'
ing to profit by the advertiser's experience can dc
so by addrossing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., Now York
May 27 _ ly 22
Information guaranteed to produco a luxuriant
growth of huir upon a bald hoad or beardie?!
face, also a recipe for the removal of Pimples
Blotehos, Eruptions, etc, on the skin, leaving tht
same s-'ft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtained
without charge by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Craw,
823 Broadway, Now York.
Sept 18_. 8m 38
DURING my absence from tho State, SI. M
PADGETT, Esq., is my authorized Agent
und bus my notes and Accounts in his posscmoi
All persons indebted to me will please call on bin
Jan. 7 2 ta 2
C. H. JUDSON, PresidcBt.
ASSISTED BY FOUR PROFESSORS AND
THREE FEMALE TEACHERS.
THE NEXT SESSION will begin on WED
NESDAY, the 12th of February next, and"
continue Twenty Weeks.
Owing to the scarcity of money the Rates have
been reduced as follows :
Boarding for 20 woeks, (Currency,) $80,00
Tuition, Higher Eng. Course, " 30,00
M Latin or French, " 20,00
Lossons on Piano Forte or Guitar, " 30,00
Special Vocal Lessons, " 25,00
Drawing and Painting, " 20,00
Singing and Incidentals, " 5,00
Fer further information, apply for lato Cata
C. H. JUDSON, President.
Greenville, Dec 23 3t52
Edgefield Male Academy
THE NEXT SESSION of this School wfll
commence on MONDAY, the 3d Febrnasf,
and continue Five Months.
From that date, I shall reduoe my chargos to !
the following :
Tuition in the advanced Classes, per Session of
Five Months, (Currency,) f $25,00
Taition in the Lower Classes, per Session of.
Five Months (Currency,) 20,00
I will, as heretofore, devote my best energies
to the moral and mental culture of my pupils.
L. R. GWALTNBY.
Jan 7 2t 2
Sweet Water Academy.
TUE Exercises of this Institution will com
mence on the THIRD MONDAY of JANU
ARY (20th) under the charge and instruction of
Mr. GEO. GALPHIN, as Principal.
The Terms (wjjich are moderate and accom
modating,) and any other information may be ob
tained from thc Principal, or either of the follow
ing gentlemen, the Trustees of the Academy,
viz : Col. A. P. BUTLER, Rev. J. S. MATHEWS, T.
B. REESE, Dr. H. A. SHAT:, W. J. WALKER and
W. Q. GARD.SER.
Jan 4 24 t 2
NEAR LITTLE 6TEVENS' CREHK
CHURCH, will commence tho SECOND
MONDAY in January, 1S6S.
Nothing of an earthly nnture is oqual to educa
tion. It is this reflection that makes mc cheerful
and persevering under difficulties. And then the
people aro always ready to co-operate.
Rates of Tuition, in Currency, per Session of
Five Months, payable at tbo close of the Session :
Primar- Class, $12,00
Medium " 1?,00
Advanced " 20,00
It ha3 so happenod that I have taught a great
er number ot girls than boy?, and it may bc" so
in the future. An accomplished MUSIC ::EA?H
ER will bo present to instruct all who may de
sire to tako lessons.
Good Board can bo procured in the neighbor
Dec 17 4t $1
F. A. BRAHE,
At His Old Stand 191 Broad Street,
OFFERS AT THE VERT LOWEST PRI
CES, to suit tho time?, a larjfc Stock of
FINE GOLD A?CD SILVER WATCHES tfnd'
CHAINS. FINB JEWELRY, FIRST CLASS
DIAMONDS, kpowri as old Mine Stoioi, and a
very largo assortment of Sterling SILVER
WARE. Also, a large lot of FANCY GOODS.
Mr. BRAHE having just returned frjm Eu
rope will again pay ptrsnnal attention to thc'
REPAIRING of WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Augusta, Dec 23 lm 52
WHEREAS reformation has been communi
cated to this department, that a bold and
outrageous robbery was committed upon the por
tons ofthc clerks of J. Sulzbachcr ?k Co., merchants,
at Chesnut Hill, in Edgetield District, and that
money ind property wa3 forcibly carried away
from the said store, in the night time, by at least
eight person?, supposed tobe w". -.e, and all ef
forts to tnko the said parties having heretofore
proved fruitless :
Now, know ye, that I, JAMES L. ORR, Gover
nor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the
Stato of South firolina, to the ond that tho said
robbers and outlaws may be brought to trial and
condign punishment, do hereby offer s reward of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for tho arrest, with
proof to convict tho said parties, and a propor
tionate amount of that sum for the arrest and safe
delivery of one or more.
Given under my band and tho great wal of the
Stato, tbis 2d day of January, 1SC8, and
[L. s.] in tho ninoty-second year of the iniep%a
denee of tho United States.
JAMES L. ORR, Governor of S. Cf.
E. CAPERS, Secretary of State.
Jan. S 2t 2
New Rule for 1868 !
ROM and after this, tho 1st January 1SCS.
wo will adhere rigidly to the CASH SYSTEM,
and in no instance, or under any cirouinstuncc?,
will we allow our Goods to leavo the Store until
paid for. Orders for Goods, to receive attention;
must bo accompanied with thc Cata.
?^^"Our friends will please remember that we
are selling as LOW AS THE LOWEST, bul
ONLY FOR CASH.
J5?*AU persons indebted to us for Goods pur
chased in 1867, and previous, aro notified tba:
we expect early settlements.
C. A. CHEATHAM A BRO.
Jan 1 2t 1
On the evening of the 21th of Dec. last, betweer
August* and my Residence, a PLAIN GOL!
WATCH, Single Case with Gold face, and :
heavy long GOLD NECK CHAIN attach?e, will
tho letters *' J. S. R." marked with a pin on tb>
insido of tho ca?e. Number not recolected.
Tho finder will bo liberally rowarded by leavin:
the samo at Willio Garre t's, Hamburg' S. C., o:
at my residence near Cur.yton, S. C.
J. S. REYNOLDS.
Jan. 7 2l* 2
Boot and Shoe Business
THE Subscriber returns his warmest thanks ti
the people of Edgefield and vicinity for tia
generous patronage extended to him during thi
past year, and will, by prompt and fait ifni at
teation to tho wishes of bis customers, strive ti
merit a continuance of their favors.
ne will carry on tho BOOT and SHOE BUSI
NESS at his old stand, in rear of tho Post Office
and is prepared to do all kinds of work in hi
line, In tho BEST STYLE and with tho BBS?
^3r~Prices to correspond with the times.
SST Terms, STRICTLY CASn. No wwi
will be suffered to loave tho Shop until paid tor.
W. D. RAMSY.
Jan 1 ti 1
HE Subscriber wishes all those indebted t
him to bear in mind that ho now wants his due
-hard-earned dues for work that should hav
been paid long, long ago. Those who vespoDd t
this appeal promptly will confer a favor on mo
those who fail to respond promptly, will most at
surcdly have to settle the same with on Office
vested with authority to force payment
Jun 7 3t 2
Tax Collector's Notice
MY BOOKS aro open and will stand open a
this pinje until the 25th inst., fortho Collec
ti on of the Quarterly Tax on Sales of Liquor
Goods, Wares and Merchandize, for the Quarte
ena?ng 31st Deo. 1867.
B. ROPER, T. C. E. D.
Jan 6 2t 2
FOR sale at this Office, LAW BLANKS 0
ALL KINDS at tho most reasonable price
May 1* tf 18
JONES & NORBIS,
Attorneys at Law,
SOLIC?TOBS IN EQUITY,
T^ILL PRACTICE in tho Courts of this
Stat? and of tho United States.
Particular attention given to casos in Bank
JOHN H. HOLMES,
BOYCH & CO'S. WHARF,
Charleston, 8. C*
Refer to?Hox. GEO. A. TREXHOLM.
ANDREW SIMIMS, Prendont 1st National
F. S. HOLMES, Preridont S. C. Mining and
Charleston, Dec 17 51 51
EVERY K?ND OF PLANTATION and Mi
cisj Machinery, Portekle and Stationery
>???u) Ka'gfnet, flaw ?tha SQlls, Sugar
Miils, HOT.??: Power, AgfleuVeutd implements,
Sbafliudr, Pulli&s, Hangers, tSapliajs, and all
da f trou r.ud Wow! WArklag Machinery
hvili to order, on ibort no'tiec. AU kinds of
Promptly repaired, und aH kinds of BRASS and
ICON CASTINGS furnished.
?->G_V? US A TRIAL.
UUSE & NEAL.
?iiinistil Dao 17
(STAND OP LATE J. E. MCKGEB,)
i 00 ."Broad Street,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
RB PAIRED IN THE BEST MANNER,
Fine French and other kinds of CLOCKS, to
gether with a lasgo assortment of WATCHES,
JEWELRY, ?o., of tho finest quality, constantly
on hand, and sold as low as they can bo obtah ed
SILVERING and GILDING done promptly
Plcaso givo me a call.
Augusta, Oct 22 3m 43
D. L. FULLERTON,
OPPOSITE- A*GEj*T*A. HOTEL,
COOKING AND HEATING
&c, ?ki'., ?.Vc.
Also, Agent for the Salo of tho
Hydraulic Slothes Washer and thc
Patent Union Churn.
HE groRtost want of tho Southern House
Keeper at present is LABOR, TIME AND
MONEY-SAVING INVENTIONS, to facilitate
and promoto home comforts. The first and most
^dispensable of those, is tho COOKING STOVE,
to procure which it has been my caro to select the
BEST, and -ach as aro most suitable for our
0HIEF COOK STOVES
Arc so constructed that tho mo*t perfect baking
ualilics are insurc-1, together with economy in
the uso of fuel, and simplicity Mid convenience,
which render them easily managed by any one,
however inexperienced. These advantages have
btained for tho Stoves a popularity unparalleled
n every section of tho country. Thcso Stoves
aro kept constantly on band, together with tho
Charter flak, Civilian and Texana
ll '.f which nro warranted as good operators.
Wu refer to some of the persis in Edgeficld
ho are using tho CHIEF COOK and CHAR
Mr. S. NICHOLSON.
Ruv. I,. It. GWALTNEY,
if.r. JULIUS DAY,
Hov. F. W. PICKERS,
<?<-v M. L. BONHAM,
iir. E. J. COLEMAN,
]1r J. A. DEVORE,
Kev. U D. BKUNSON,
Mr. .1. T. BACON,
Mr M. LBBilaCHULTE,
ii a beet \ others.
?tW.?* sn?? ant* earl n ?. B.190CLERTON,
?pp?*t<? itri-if H?t?l. IT? Hfam aejtlew keep
Hi? ian:* Stoves.
A?K??ta, D?? U 4m 52
Ye Old Customers !
TAKE THIS METHOD of announcing to
you that I am still at my old stand, where I am
conducting the cumo old lino of business, which
comprises tho usual assortment of
SHELF AND HEAVY
HARDWARE 4 CUTLERY.
Which I manofiKitero ty all ias Styles Pat
large assortment, soeh as Buckets, Tubs and
COOKING AND HEATING
Among which are tho justly famous Cook Stoves
" DIXIE," "SUMTER," "GOOD SAMARI
TAN," "SOUTHERN STATES',' and "FIRE
SIDE." These Stoves aro adapted to Southorn
Housekeepers, and there should be ono in every
family in order to facilitate and make Cooking
Call and make a close inspection of the Goods
and Prioes before you go further.
I am not paying $2000 a year for rent of
Store as many others aro. Bear tbis in mind, os
thcpc expenses are not to be added to prices paid
TV all. HILL,
HAMDURO, S. C.
Oct 6 tf 41
FOR Sale at this Office a large lot of OLI
NEWSPAPERS. For tale m parcels to eui
m, MU? k to.
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PUMPS,
Acc., Acc., Acc.,
265 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
WE invito tho attention of tho public to our
well selected Stock, embracing soveral patterns
of FIRST CLASS COOKING STOVES, among
which will be found
The Olive Branch,
The Denry Clay,
THE AUGUSTA COOK, a new and beautiful
Stove, manufactured expressly for us to Bopply
tho wants of our people. It being lower in price
than others, brings it within the reach of many
who are .unable to get moro expensivo ones.
In addition to our large Stock of Cooking
Stoves, we have all sizes of HEATING STOVES,
GRATES for coal or wood. PORTABLE RA
DIATING GRATES, FURNACES, Ac, Ao.
nOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of every
variety, may always bo found in our Stock.
Our facilities for ROOFING and GUTTER
ING, or MANUFACTURING TIN and SHEET
IRON WARE are unsurpassed. Thia depart
ment is under tho personal supervision of our
Senior Parta er, who is a practical Tinner of 32! j
years' experience in this City.
6COFIELD, WILLIAMS & CO.,
265 Bread Street, Augusta, Ga.
Oot 22 3m 43
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT A CO.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.
WE HAVE and aro constantly receiving thc
best assortment of FURNITURE that has evor
been in this market.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS,
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITS,
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
CHAIRS, SOFAS. TETE-A-TETE,
EXTENSION TABLES, of all lengths.
Wo particularly call thc attention of purcha
sers to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBER
SUITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
Our Manufacturing Department
Is still iu operation. Special Orders will bo
promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE IN
ALL ITS BRANCHS*.
HAIR CLOWI, ENAMELLED CLOTn,
RBPS, ?BRAY and SPRINGS, and all articles
suitable for Ma?u/actn;crs, wkich we offer at Low
A largo Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of eve
ry style and pattern, from thc Cheapest to thc
Finest, with all tho New Stylo Fixtures.
Superintended by a competent man. COFFINS,
of all Descriptions and Quality. METALIC
CASES and CASKETS, qi tbe most improved
styles, furni.?hed at all hours during tho Day or
UNDERTAKERS can bc supplied with TRIM
Augusta, Oct 23 Cm 43
ESTABLISHED IN 1845.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, nnd have in store,
a full supply of thc abuve article?, imported direct
from thc English manufactories, and offer them
at prices to salt tho times, consisting of
DOUBLE-BARRELED GUNS, nil qualities
and prices. Arning them arc a number of POW
ELL'S CELEBRATE!' MAUS, in cases.
SINGLE-BARRELED GUNS, Foreign and
Culls, Remington, and other Repeating PIS
POCKET KNIVES of Rogers and Weiton
h ol m's ranke, a splendid assortment
A few dozen Ridgers'best TABLE CUTLERY.
SHOT BAGS, POWDER FLASKS, and GAME
Ely's Waterproof Gun and Pistol CAPS.
Ely's GUN WADDING, all qualities.
FIXED AMMUNITION for all sized Pistols
METALLIC CARTRIDGES forall sized ?un?
BLASTING POWDER and SAFETY FUSE.
Kentucky, Rille and Sporting POWDER, in
kegs and cans.
150 Bags SHOT, all sizes.
A fine stock of RIFLES, of my own moko, ol
a superior quality.
REPAIRING dono in a superior manner and
warranted, at iii Broad street
fi. U. RODGERS.
Augusta, Nov. 5, 3m 40.
BACON, LARD, CORN,
HnDS. Clear RIBBED SIDES,
Hhds. CLEAR SIDES,
Casks SUGAR-CURED nAMS,
125 Sacks Liverpool SALT.
With a FULL ASSORTMENT OF EVERY
THING IN THE GROCERY LINE. . .
??H-For sole itt tho lowest figures by
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 34
Pkg?. LEAF LARD, in barrels, tubi
Hhds. Primo Muscovado MOLASSES,
nhds. Cloyod Cuba MOLASSES,
Sacks Primo White-bread CORN,
Boxes Adamantino CANDLES,
O OW?HB?S OJ WATER POWER, MIL]
THU Subscriber would respectfully announc
that ho is ndw prcpnred to SURVEY, LO
CATE and PUT IN OPERATION ANY KIN]
OF MILLS or MACHINERY, propelled b;
olthor Watcr or Steam.
Addod to a lifctirao's experienco (lfi years o
which is recorded in this and adjoining Districts,
ho has sinco tho war been to the North inspectin
and studying tho latest improvements in his line
and has mado bis selection In Steam Enginei
Wator Wheels, Model Flouring, Grist and Sal
He now possesses all tho latest Improvement
worth having, at Maker's prices,-which Im
provemonts ho will guaranteo to givo satjsfactio
whon put in operation by himself, or under hi
Residence, Six miles below Pine Houso on th
Aiken Road. Post Offico, Orangeville, S. C.
Mechanical Enginoor and Millwright.
Oct 22 tf 43
ALL Persona having demands against tho Ei
tate of SAMUEL BROOKS, dee'd., wi
presont them, properly altostod, to tho Undoi
signed ; and those who aro in anywise indebte
to tho Estato of tho said Samuel Brooks, doe'd
will please come forward and fettle.
T. H. CLARK, Ad'or.
Dee 31 3m l
FALL TRADE, 1867.
JAS. G. BAILIE & C0.3
HAVING just received their full supplies ol
CARPETS of DIRECT IMPORTATION, res
pectfully call tho attention of tho citizens of Au
gusta and vicinity, to tbair large ai*d beautiful as
English BRUSSELS, in entirely new styles
English Vclvot CARPETS'~
Thrc6-ply CARPETS of superior quality, in new
Ingrain CARPETS of best quality nnd latest de
All Wool Dutch, and Jute CARPETS
Venotir.u CARPETS, all widths, for Halls and
List and Rag CARPETS
Other grados of CARPETS, at very low prices
STAIR RODS, all widths required
%. large stock of RUGS, of all qualities and prices
Velvet MATS and Mosaio MATS, in new patterns
Tufted MATS and Worsted Bordered Cocoa MATS
Sheepskin MATS and Manilla MATS
Plain and fancy best quality Irish Cocoa MATS
Chain MATS, of all shapes
Felt DRUGGETTS, H yards wide
Felt and Woven DRUGGETS, 3 to 4 yards wide
English CRUMB CLOTHS, of best quality of all
sizes made, with borders
Stair OIL CLOTHS, CARPET BINDINGS,
Velvet and Brussels HASSOCKS, and
CARI ETS made and laid with dispatch.
ef the be3t quality, and newest patterns manufac
tured, just received in
SHEETS of 12 and 18 feet wido
Cheaper OIL CLOTHS, 3 to S foet wide
5-4 and 0-4 OIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS
5- 4 and 6-4 TABLE OIL CLOTHS
6- 4 FLANNEL BACK TABLE OIL CLOTHS, in
Walnut, Oek, Mahogany and Fancy Colors.
OIL CLOTHS measured for and laid.
Wo aro just in receipt of tho largest stock of
WINDOW SHADES ever offered by us in this
Market, from tho finest to thecheapost, made from
6 to 10 feet long, with all improved fixtures.
Buff, Blue, Green and White HOLLANDS, for
Shades, all widths.
WINDOW SHA DES squared and put up promptly
REPS and DAMASK, for Curtains
DRAPERY TASSELS. CENTRE TASSELS
Silk and Worsted and Worsted LOOPS, largo and
small, in great variety
GIMPS of all colors, for Curtains.
LACE CURTAINS of very fino quality
LACE CURTAINS of cheaper qualities
MUSLINS, for Curtains
CORNICES of now and beautiful designs
CURTAIN BANDS, PINS and HOOKS
BELL CORDS and TASSELS of all kinds
Fino Embroidered Cloth Piano COVERS
Embossed Piano and Tallo COVERS
PICTURE TASSELS, PICTURE CORD and
A new nnd full STOCK, just roccived in
GOLD PAPERS, of beautiful designs, and COLI
BORDERS lo match
SATIN PAPERS, latest styles, and proper BOR
DERS, to match.
A largo stock of low priced PAPERS and BOR
DERS, to match
PAPER SHADES, in a variety of patterns, al
vory low prices
FIRE PRINTS and BORDERS, to match.
To thc abo vc ne wand beautiful stock of GOODS
I just opened, wo would call the attention of those
in want of any of the above articles enumerated
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
JAMES G. BAILIE & BRO.
205 Broad S?rce?,
Augusta, Oct. :3 tf 43
THP S) MB
E HAVE A FULL STOCK of tho abov
nauic.l STOVES which wc propose offering at a
low prices as any FIRST CLASS STOVES il
Tbcso Stoves have the reputatiun of being th
Used, and ara especially adapted to this .?ei tio
of country. Wc feel confident iu rccommendinj
them, when out of i.early FIVE HURDRE1
SOLD DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS
WE HAVE NOT HEARD OF ONE Tn.VT Dil
NOT GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
WE WARRANT ALL STOVES SOLI
And i-lways furnish a COMPLETE SET 0.
UTENSILS, with PRINTED DIRECTIONS f?
u/intf them, so that one can chance from tho ol
way of Cooking in a Fire Place to tho Ufo of th
Store with little ox no inconvenience. .
Wo always keep on hand ALL tho differer
Styles of COOKING STOVES, RANGES
.Si; c., prepared to pleaso thc tastes of any on
who may oxaininc our Stock.
Wo have, a large Stock of HEATING
STOVES suitable fur Churches, School Room
Stores, Parlors, Ac.
Wo manufacture largely of TIN WARE
which we offer at low prices.
Our Stock of PLATED GOODS, PLANI8HE
and BRITTANIA WARE, WOOD and WILLOI
WARE is very full and completo.
Wc would bc pleased to seo our friends froi
Edgefiold and surrounding country.
JONES, SMYTH & CO.,
192 ?road Street,
Oct 15_ Sui _42_
J. M. YOUNGBLOOP
130 Broad Street,
At thc Old Stand of R. C. & H. II. EASTERLIX
-?.TXGrTTST.A., Gr A.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I
PROVISIONS & GROCERIE'
Of Every Description.
BAGGING, ROPE and PATENT TIE
jfor Baling Cotton.
Also, we will sell ALL KINDS OF COUNTR
PRODUCE, and will fill Cash orders at tho vo;
lowest Cash prices.
July 25,_ Om 31
"j, W,. BACON & BRO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER
IN ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
French and American Calf Skin
And AU Other Kinds of Leather,
?fcc., ?fcc., ?fcc,
169 Broad Street,
Under Augusta notel,
^-SADDLES and HARNESS REPAIRI
and Made to Order,
Augusta, Oct 7_ 6m41
BAGGING, ROPE, &C
BALES GUNNY BAGGING,
COILS ROPE-best brands,
KEGS OLD DOMINION NAILS-i
For salo by
Augusta, Aug 20_ _ tf 34
WE havo on hand n good supply of MAGI
May 16 tf 21
224 Fall and VU
Nos. 176 and 224 Broad
WHOLESALE AND ?
FOR GENTS, BO1
HAVE RECEIVED their large an
YOUTHS' and BOYS wear, which they
not only in Edgefield District, but to ?
which must be considered by every one i
You will find when you call at 224 Br<
THE LARGEST STOC
THE BEST MADE Ul
THE MOST FASHION
THE CHEAPEST GOC
To be Fo-qncl in th
HEAVY SUITS, well made up, from $10
to 825 ?
Fine Cassimere SUITS, extra sizes ;
" Silk Mixed Cassimere SUITS, extra
" Beaver COATS, extra sizes;
COATS, PANTS and VESTS, of every grade
and style, at
I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Fine French Cloth Dress COATS ;
Fine French Doeskin Dress PANTS ;
Fine French Cassimera_PANTS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Fine Black Silk VESTS;
Fine White Silk VESTS ;
French Black Cloth VESTS,
At I. SIMON ? BRO'S.
A full Stock Gents'FURNISHING GOODS ;
Fine Linen Bosom SHIRTS ;
Cotton and Woolen UNDER VESTS;
Merino and Flannel UNDERVESTS.
;^At I. SIMON ? BRO'S.
Wc call special attention to the above
eceived, and are selling at ASTONISH!
Call when in thc City, and examine ot
283 Broad Stn
AVE NOW ON HAND FOR T
ihe largest and most completo Stock o?
laving been purchased before thc au van
LOW .A.S r
erchants and Planters and Plat
before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta. Oct 22
To the Boot an?
S nth ?
WE AHE SELLING ONE OF T.
Stocks of LOOTS AND SHOES eve
wenty years, and buying strictly fo
35 to 3?5 per Cent Che?pe
227^Call and examine. A trial will
MILES' CELEBRATED LOOTS
WOOD'S CELEBRATED BUCCA:
MIC. CARROLL wishes his ol
there is no Shoddy or Paper Stufled Sh<
????k1 "Orders respectfully solicited.
Augusta, Nov 4
202 Broad ?
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE
J. AV. APEL,
209 Broad St., Under Planters Ilote
HAS just rcecivod from New York 150 Cns(
LOOTS AND SHOES, embracing
Every Style and Quality.
Ami nil of which ho has marked down to tl
VERY LOWEST FIGURES. This Stock w
bought direct from tho most reliable Mnnufact
rer.-?, and is warranted to l>o ns represented.
My old Edgefieldd friends and customers a
urgently requested to give mo a call, and lot
through my largo and varied' Stock. No bett
Bargains in tho Shoo Trado aro to bo had in tl
city than arc ofTerod at my Storo.
J. Wi APEL.
AuRustn, Nov ll _ tf 4C
SALES & LIVERY STABLE
KER&AtiMN & WISE.
Tl HE Undersigned have opened LIVER
AND SALES STAHLES on Ellis Strc<
in rear of GLOBE nOTEL, AUGUSTA, &
to which thoy invito tho attontion of their n
Fino Carriages and Buggies aud Gentle nors<
and good and enroful Drivers can at all times
Horsos well fodnnd tho host caro taken of tho
Givo us a call.
GEO. H. KERNA G HAN,
J. MUNROE WISE.
Augusta, Oct 7 3m 41
THE Next Regular Communication of C(
cordia Lodgo. No. 50, A. F. M., will bo hi
on Saturday, tho If th Jan. A full attendance
Bv order of tho Lodgo.
y T. H. CLARK, Sco'ry
Deo 18 3t W
1 ' . -xa."
'inter Goods. 224.
Street, Augusta, Georgia,
DETAIL DEALERS IN
1 H 1 Mil
FS AND YOUTHS,
d splendid stock of Goods for MENS',
offer to their Friends and to the Public,
ill in the adjoining Districts, at Prices
is equivalent to GIVING OUR GOODS
K OF GOODS,
.e Southern States.
HATS, a large Stock and the latest styles j
Fur and Silk HATS;
Boys and Youths' HATS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Woolen and Cotton DRAWERS ;
Merino and Jeans DRAWERS ;
Boys and Youths' DRAWERS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Linen and Paper COLLARS :
Silk HANDKERCHIEFS ;
Linen and Cotton HANDKERCHIEFS :
CRAVATS, NECK TIES, BOWS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Cloth and Cassimere GLOVES ;
Silk and Lisio Thread GLOVES;
Woolen and Cotton Half HOSE ;
Silk and Lisle Thread Hali ITOSE,
At_I. SIMON & BRO'S.
BOOTS and SHOES, a splendid Stock;
TRUNKS. VALISES, CARPET BAGS ;
UMBRELLAS, fcc, kc.
At I. SIMON & BRO'S;
Stock of Goods, all of which we have just
NGLY LOW PRICES.
ir Goods and Low Prices be/ore buying
M & BRO,,,
I 221 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3et, Augusta, G-a.,
TIE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
f GROCERIES in the City. Our Stock
co in Guld, we vre prepared to sell
Tiers visiting our City would do well to call
? Shoe Buyers of
jtioil in Prices !
[IE LARGEST AND BESTSEDEGTE
r opened in this Cjty; An experience
r Cash, enables us to sell our Goods from
r than aw y oilier Blouse.
I convince. Goods freely shown, and one
AND SHOES always on hand. Also,
sS, and all other Manufacturer's work ol
d friends and customers to understand that
Des kept in this Establishute't. Our Guodi
E. F. BLODGETT & CO.,
Street., Augusta, Ga. ' ^
J. A. VANWINKLE,
??.VS now on band a SPLENDID and FASH
IOX ALL ti Stock uf
Fine Black Cloth Frock COATS ;
'.?. Businosa SUITs :
Medium f.nc Business SUITS;
Common do. do.
Fine :uni Common OVERCOATS)
Fine Black Cassiincro PANTS-;
" F:incy do. do.
? Silk Velvet VESTS;
" Blnck do. do. do.
" " Silk VESTS j
" Fnncy do. do.
V Blac,!: Cassimere VESTS.
Thc Subscriber still continuos, tho MER
I CHANT TAILORING BUSINESS, and has oi
' hand a splendid Stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, VESTINGS, uno BEAVER, Englisl
CORDUROY, and all kinds of Good?, wbicl
w'tU. bo mndo to moas uro in tho MOST FASH
? IONABLE STYLES.
SIIIRTS, nil kinds of UNDER GARMENTS
TIES, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES. ILtlf HOSP
Paper and Linen COLLARS, Hair BRUSHE,
and COMBS, ?tc, Ac.
prr-AU Goods sold nt tho LOWEST CASI
J. Ai VANWINKLE,
230 Broad Street,
Under Central Hotel,
Nov ll 3m46
ALL persons having claims against tho Estai
of W. E. MIDDLETON, dee'd., aro notifie
to prosont tho smile to th", undersigned withnt
delay, nnd those indebted to said Estate are.n
nUcstod to pay np forthwith.
J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm'or
Oct. 9,18C7 *ly 41
Come and See
MY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
AND IN FACT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE than ia usually sept in a first class
Retail Store. .
/2S?"*Come and ECO, tnd judge for yourselves,
and remember that my terms are STRICTLY
^3*A11 orders accompanied with the Cash wiU
be strictly and faithfully filled.
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Longmires, S. C., tf 42
NEW FALL AND WINTER
From New York and Baltimore !
? HE Subscribers are now receiving their
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which were
bought in the best markets in this Country, and
which in point of STYLE, QUALITY and
PRICE defy competition.
Our Stock consists in part of
Brown and Bleached SHEETING." ;
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS ;
Pillow Ciao LINENS and COTTONS; .,.
Cotton and Linen DTA PER ;
Brown and Bleached JEANS;
French and American MERINOES;
Figured and Solid DnLAINES;
Beautiful POPLINS and ALPACAS ;
LUSTRES and Ornamental TWILLS;
Ornamental LUSTRES in variety;
Opera and all Wool FLANNELS ;
Canton FLANNELS ;
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, NUBIAS, SONTAGS,
Balmoral and Hoop SKIRTS :
COLLARS, .GLOVES, HOSIERY ;
Ladies' and Gents' UND ER VESTS ;
RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS;
READY MADE CLOTHING-a large and
well selected Stock, from thc cheapest to tho
Doc Skin CASSIM ERE:
CASSIMERES and SATINETS ;
TWEEDS and Kentucky JEANS ;
Bed BLANKETS, Saddle BLANKETS; .
Men's and Boys' HATS-all kinds;
Ladic, Misses, Men'?, Boys and Children's
SHOES, in groat variety ;
GROCERIES,-Lir;ce stock and linc variety;
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE;
Fino FRENCH BRANDIES :
B iker's and Gibson's best WHISKIES :
MADEIRA, PORT and SHERRY WINES;
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO ;
Havana aud American SEUARS ;
TRUNKS, VALISES. CARPET BAGS ;
ERIDLES, Ac. Ac.
Call and examino for yourselves beforo pur
chaser eLcwhcrc. You will CERTAINLY SAVE
Ci Ai CliEATDAW & BRO.,
No. 3, Park Row.
Ti i? Undersigned har on hand a very HAND
SOME LOT of
Metallic Cases and baskets,
Which he is nor: SELLING AT COST, ?ans
pornten nd'?ed. Alii, r. large and elegant stock
of COFFINS of Lis own manufacture, embracing
all styles nnJ sizer, whicMiO offers at prime cc?t
of ma'erial and manufacture.
tS^Parties buyij;' Cases or Coffins will have
thc usc of my HEARSE free of charge.
^3-Terras, strictly Cash.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 tf 2??
mm mm nmm\
CfNDAY SCHOOLS can bo supplied wita tho
following Books, AT COST, by applying at tho
Stnro of B. C. BIIVAS, Edgcliold C. H.
S. S. C?l?bration Hymns,
New Sunday-Srhool Primer,
Infant C!.is> Question En.,k,
Little IiO--son': for Litt!.; Pcf plc,--P;irt T.
Littlu Lessons for Little Pop?.-.-Part IL
Bric! pateebU?i ot' ??J?O Doctrine.
Child's Question Bock on thc Four Go;pc!s.
Child's Question Book on the Four Gospels.
Questions on the Four Goipcls,-with Harmo
ny,-for Bible Classes.
Notes on the Gospels. .
Mnlcom's Bil'lc Dictionary.
'Child's Soripnire Question Book.
Bibles and Testaments.
" Kind Wurds,"-S. S. Paper, moniLly, at $1
for 10 Copies.
Arv Books needed by Teachers, or religiuu;
Books desired Ly any persons, will bc procured
at short notice, and suppiicd at Cos: hy thc un
Testaments and Catechisms given to those who
are not able to buy, when application :? raado
through any S. S. Teacher km.wn to B. C.Bryan,
Agent of tho Depository,
por any information, address
L. R. GWALTNEY, Chair.
Ex. Board of Edgcfi.oid Association.
Nov 20 tf 4?
NOW ON HAND and for sale at REDUCED
RATES, a good assortment of
Which in point of mar jfacturo, finish and price,
cannot tail to g?V? satisfaction to parchases.
Furniture bartered for ALL KINDS OF
COUNTRY PRODUCE, and good trades given.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 tf 2tl
State of South Carolina,
Ty THE COURT OF O lil) IX Ai: Y.
WHEREAS, Patrick M. Stevens and Lis wifo
Martha L. Stevens, have filed their Peti
tion hi the Ordinary's OCiec for tho District and
State aforo.aid, praying that a paper purporting
to bo thc last Will and Testament of Ivcrson
L. Brooks, dee'd., late of said District, may bo
proven in " Du? Form of Lnr." And it appear
ing to my satisfaction that S. Virginia, wife of
W. F. Ayer, and M. .loscphino, wife of Ashley
C. Hood, resido from and bcyoud thc limits of
this State: It is therefore ordered and deerecd
that tho said pnrtios, together with all and singu
lar tho heirs and distribu?es, of tho said Ivcrso>i
L. Bruoks, deceased, bc and appear nt thc Court
of Ordinary to be held at Edgeficld Court HOTISO,
for Edgeticld District, on Monday, tho 30th day
of March, 18SS, to show cause, it any they can,
why said paper should r.ot be proven in " Duo
Form of Law."
Givnn under my hand and sonl, this 30th day
of Decumber, A. D., lSl>7.
W. F. DU1USCE, [L. S.l
0. E. D.
Jan 1 3m 1
?. S. Internal Revenue.
DEP. COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 3D DTST. S. C.
January 4th, ISC7.
H" WING received another List from tho Col
lector for the months of October and No
vember, Tux Payers arc hereby notified that I
will recoivo their Tax until 1st February, after,
which timo the penalty will bo onforecd. Alf -y
persons on Moseley's List who Live not paid can
o .R. AV. CANNON, Dep. Col.
Jan 7 2t 2
LL persops hnving claims against tho Estafo
. of THOMAS McKIE, dco'd., aro requested
to prevent tho samo, duly attested, at an oarl
date. Thopo indebted to said Estate are horeb)
notified to fay said indebtedness forthwith. .
E. F. McKIE, I , , ,
T. J. MCKIE, j Admors
Jan. 7 .**