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Great Bargains !
GOODS AT COST!
I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTH
ING, CROCKERY and SADDLERY
My Stock is well assorted and consists of |
GOOD AND DESIRABLE STAPLE GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, Ac.
You will get Bargains.
Cash must bo paid on delivery of tho Goods.
JAS. B. SULLIVAN.
.Feb 3 3t G
CARPETS ! CARPETS
CARPETS ! !
GREAT INDUDCEMENTS OFFERED n
our entire stock of the following New Goods
ENGLISH, BRUSSELS and VELVET CAR
Heavy 3-ply Ingrain and Vonetian CARPETS
Flax, Jule, Dutch and Rug CARPETS,
RUGS, MATS, CRUMP CLOTHS, DRUG
STAIR RODS, STAIR CRASH, HASSOCKS
Floor Oil Cloths.
A beautiful lino of NEW PATTERNS, from
3 to 18 feet wide, which we will cut in any shape
for Halls, Rooms, ?e., ?c.
Table Oil Cloths.
Oil Cloth TABLE COVERS.
PIANO COVERS and TABLE COVERS,
VULCANIZED RUBBER CLOTH for Infants'
A full assortment of the abovo goods just re
Our SPRING STOCK, just to hand, embra
cing many NEW PATTERNS (all sizes made,)
with all necessary trimmings.
Red, Checked and White MATTINGS, 4.-4,
5-4 and 6-4,
COCOA MATTINGS, plain and striped.
Wall Papers aiid Borders.
PAPER SHADES and FIRE SCREENS,
Our SPRING STOCK of NEW PAPERS, in
the Latest Styles, just opening.
Damask and Lace Curtains.
CORNICES, BANDS, TASSELS and LOOPS,
A Beautiful Stock of tho above goods offering
at very Low Prices for Cash by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 BROAD STREET,
Fob ll if 7
WE ARE RECEIVING FRESH SUP
CHOICE FAMILY BRODERIES
To which wc would cal! the attention of all in
want of GOOD GROCERIES.
?S^All Orden faithfully executed.
?S^All Goods Catii on delivery,
JAMES G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Bread Stree',
Feb ll tf 7
Brend the Staff o? Life !
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL-OLD AND YOUNG
NO MORE BAD BREAD.
MTO EXCUSE TOR ANYBODY.
EVERYBODY can now have Nice, Light,
Sweet, Nutritious Bread. Housekeepers
and Heads "? Families aro informed, that they
can now obtain what they have long needed, viz :
a YEAST OR BAKING POWDER, that will
always give satisfaction and NEVER FAIL.
You caa got this by asking your Grocer for
Drew's Infallible Baking Powder.
Not like the ordinary Hop Yeast, which hus to
bo put in tho Flour, and takes all ni-;ht to Raise
it, but with DREW'S INFALLIBLE BAKING
POWDER, you cnn put it right ia y.,ur Flour,
and FIKTEKX MINUTE'S ti'iie is all that is required
to inako delicious Tea, Batter and Buckwheat
Cakes, Corn-bread, Biscuit and every description
of Pastry. While this Baiting Powder not only
?H the cheapest, it is also ta-J BEST and HEAL
THIEST preparation of the kind ever made for
Culinary purposes, and cannot be excelled in
quality by any other Manufacturer*, in this coun
try or elsowhcre.
The Eating of Hot Bread or Biscuits made
with this preparation, causes no flatulence, or
other injurious effects, and is particulady recom
mended to Dyspeptics. It is made from a vege
table preparation of perfect purity, and of Snowy
More Bru.id of the finest quality can bo made
from a Barrel of Flour, by using this Baking
Powder thr.n by any other process yet known.
Full directions accompany each IJox.
For Salo by Grocers everywhere. Tho Trade
supplied by the Sole Proprietors and Manufactu
DREW MANUFACTURING CO.,
2IS Fulton Street, New Y?rk.
Don't forget the Name, but ask for DREW'.S
INFALLIBLE BAKING POWDER.
Feb 12 3in(il. A. ll )
Toothache Instantly Cured !
1 HALL'S LONDON AIME
THIS GREAT TOOTHACHE CURE has the
endoriomont of thc London Medical Facul
ty, and will NEVER FAIL TO CURE THE
MOST DESPERATE CASE OF TOOTHACHE.
While it acts instantaneously apon tho nerves
affected and give.? immediate relief, thcro is
nothing in ils composition in tho sli?host degree
to injure the lir,e->t set of teeth.
Do not throw your money away, and have
your teeth extracted by dentists because they
Hebe yu, but CURE YOURSELF' by using
Hall's Anodyne for tho Cure of Toothache. For
sale by all first class Druggists, or by
DR. EDWARD HALL,
3C John St., New York.
Messr.-. J. WINCHESTER & CO., SC John
street. New York, Wholesale Agent.?.
Price 25 Cents.
Feb 12 Cm(j.'. A. A ) 7
The Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of charge) to all who desire it, the
prescription wini the direction.-; for making and
u?ing thc ?imple remedy by which he ?ns cured
of alung affection and that dread di.?oase Consump
tion. His only object is to benefit the afflicted and
he hopes every sufferer ?ill try thu prescription,
as it will co.-t them nothing, and may provea
biassing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 1C5 South Second St, Williamsburg, N. Y
Sept IS Sm 33
Errors of* Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, and nil tho
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tho take
of suffering humanity, send free te all who need
it, the recipo and directionsfor making the ?implo
remedy by which ho was cured. Suffcreri wish
ing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do
80 by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Codar St.. New York.
May 27 _ly 22
Information guaranteed tn produce n luxuriant
growth of b:iir upon a bald head or beardless
face, also a recipe for the removal of Pimples,
Blotches, Eruptions, etc., on thc >kin, leaving iho
same s "ft, clear, and be lutiful, ow bc obtained,
without charge by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, CHEMIST,
823 Broadway, New York.
Sept 18 8m 88 ?
Offer Their Entire a
AND VARIOUS OTHER A
IN ORDER MAI"
A GOOD SE *
OFFERED IN RETAIL BEL
JONES & NORRIS, |
At'torneys at Law
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
w ILL PRACTICE in tho Courts of this
Stato and of the United State?.
Particular attention given to casos in Bank
Nov 5 3in* 45
DR. R. T. JENNINGS, who has been j
engaged in tho PRACTICE of MEDICINE for
tho last two years in Brozoria County, Texas',
having returned to South Carolina, often hi.~
Professional services to the citizens of Ed ge field
and vicinity ic the Practico of Medicine in its
various bran o nes.
Office, at Dr. A. G. TKACI E'S residcuco, three
miles East of Edgeficld Village, the benefit of i
whose long experience bc will have in all critical '
cases. And Lc hopes by assiduous attention to !
thc duties of his Profession to merit a liberal j
share of public patronage.
Jan U lm? 3
The Due West Female!
OVER ONE HUNDRED NAMES aro on our
RolL There is still room. Pupils received j
at any time.
BOARDING, $12.00 a month in Currency, not '
including Washing and Fuel.
TUITION, S20,0?, Currency, for Five Months, j
Music (Puno) $24,0*0 Vocal Music, French !
and Latin taught free of charge
J. I. BONNER, Pres.
Due West, S. C., Jan 11 lin3
The Dom's Mill School
"tTjTlLL commence on MONDAY, the 10th
Thc year will be divided into two Sessions of
Five Monti's cadi.
Rates of Tuition, in Specie, per Session, of
Five Months :
First Class, 8S.00
Tuition payable at thc close of School.
C. M. MAY. Principal.
Feb 3 2t 8
January 2Sth, ISO*.
A LL EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATOR :
J\. a::d GUARDIANS who have received thc - .
appointments of the Court of Ordinary, arc rc-1
quired, in conformity with thc Acts of thc Gen1 ,
ra! Assembly of this State, to render Inventoria
and Appraised Account Salo*, and Aunual Re
turns of the Receipts and Disbursements of ti
Assets of tho several Estates committed to t!.
charge, until thc entire Estates hare been petite .
up with all parties interested in iuch E?tut.:.
I therefore notify all Exoc-utors, Ailministr
t irs and Guardians to make their RETURN?
FORTHWITH, and thereby save me thc t:
pleasant duty of issuing Rula against them a
W. F. DUR IS OE, 0. E. D
Jan 20 tf 5 ?
BEEF MARKET. i
I WILL CONTINUE TO FURNISH GOOD |
BEEF aud MUTTON to thc people of Edgelk I '
on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday meroin
at reasonable price?, but STRICTLY FOR CAS ti. j
A. A. GLOVER, Agent, j
Jan 22 tf 4 j
?E HAVE LEFT OUR NOTES AND AC
COUNTS with Messrs. JONES ? Nunn*. \
Attorneys, for collection. 1?' not paid by Hie- j
14th inst., they will hu sued Upon ?udiscrimihnt? ?
ly in the Provost Court. Wo need njoii'-y un . i
must have it. Parties will govern themselves ac- j
cordingly, and save ons s.
W. A. MERRITT ,t CO.
Fd. 3 2t S
THE Estate of JAMES SHEPPARD, dee'd.,
must bo settled up. Those indebted to suhl
Estate, and who fail to make satisfactory arrange
ments by the 10th February ncx', will have tc
pay costs. Parties having demands against said
Estate are hereby notified to render them iu, duly
0. SHEPPARD, Ex'or.
Jan. 22 .it 4
lOiOAft LBS* GOOD FODDER,
JL /d?\J\J\J delivered at my residence four j
miles holuw tho Court House, for which thc high
est musket prico will be paid.
J. W. BARR.
Feb 3 2t
AFinal Settlement will bo made on tho Estate
of STANMORE JOHNSON, dee'd., in the
Orninary's Office, on Wednesday, the 22d April.
16GS. Those having claims againj-t said Estate
will present them by that tirr-p, duly attested.
All indebted to said Estate, p.re expected to pay
up by the 10th February next.
M. M. PADGET, Ex'or.
Jan 22 3m 4
A FINAL SETTLEMENT of thc Eatatn of |
A. JOHN M. JONES. deo.VL, will t.ko place
in tho Ordinary's Office, on Tuesday, the 3d day
of March next. All persons holding seal Notes
against tho said Estate will meet me at that limo,
or they will bo debarred of their claim.
A. JONES, Ad.n'or.
Feb :t *t ?
Strayed or Stolen,
ON tho 10th January from the premises of the
Rev. J. P. Mealing, a small deep bay RIG
HORSE, left eye out, simd in front, bind feot
vory much worn. Any information thankfully
received. A liberal roward paid for his reoovcry.
Address the undersigned, caro of Rev. J. P. Meal
ing, Edgefield, S. C.
I MOSES MURRAH.
Jan 27 St? *
lid Splendid Stock of
JtTICLES IN THEIR LINE,
.T 5. "Ss? M " 0 'is?
U ,7 W ; F. .1.13 PR: ' 1.3.
. SfMO^ & BRO.,
*d Sivcri, ?.t~?usta, Ga.
Dir CO ; FROM IRELAND,
?J?A . zan LADIES- A^r? GENTLE
O?HJ LTNKN CAMBRIC HEMMED
DIRECT FROM IRELAND,
I OU SALE BY TUE DOZEN ONLY,
AT LESS TUAN
NEW YO RX WHOLESALE PRICES!
FIFTY PIECES MOST BEAUTIFUL
QUALITY ?UI??? Lf?Effi
C^Thcs'i Gooda myst bc soc:: to bc apprecia
ted. Just received to-c?:iv ky
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.,
r>N Broad S'.. Augusta, Ga.
Jan 2fr- tf 4
KID GLOVES !
LEXANDER'S BLACK, WHITE AND COL
OBED HID GLOVKS, IN ALL NOS.
JAMES A. GRAY ? CO.,
22S Broad St., Augusta.
J.ia 20 tf 4
Double purple CALICOES,
Small figure! CALICO]:.*,
Bett cotton SHEETINGS,
P:,hw caye COTTON,
Single ami doubla SHAWLS,
WHITE and COLORED JEANS,
Just received and fur .?ale CH KA I' at
JAMES A. Gt:AV A CO'S.,
22S Broad .-trect.
.Tau 21 lt I
FlYE CASES LONG CLOUT, variouj favo
rite brand}. Ju:t received at
JAMES A. (?RAY & CO'S.,
22? Ar . >?! St., Augusta.
Jan 20 tf 1
fl / : .. . i od an UNUSUAL
LY LAB .. D :'t'I L SVPPEY of
Bli'? t*s h : :\ nv irirden Seeds,
Ali ?I n f icc iii.ST QUALITY and
V>" . RR A N r':'.]? AS KL]-RESENTED. Also,
in -.?!?. sunly Choice ONION SETTS
G. L. PENN.
j.... : tr_2
; Arhurit? LANDS
Ol i'KFN ii-- H?I CED AND FOR.
TY ?1 -i??>J RES OT LAND, situated
. .*J ? *.?. t - a-ul Lr'l> Hork Rail Road,
.?I. ...i '/.vc:. ? ii,.;s from thc City ff Memphis,.
. 1! l,M '?xc?s.r.go'1 lor Lindi in South Carolina,
t in gesd location.
p?<~A-??re. . Vi-i, Key Box, Angust?, Ga.
THE PLANTATION formerly ownod hy
Capt. R. MERIWETHER. Tho PLAN
TATION is aitua'od in bagc?cld District, four
mile* from ( urryton, und ?bout thirteen I'roui
. Hamburg, S. C.
T!ii?? J'! vUtion conlans MXTEEN IIUN
DRED AND TWELVE ACRES, and adjoins
lands cf Sninii.-l 'Golton, ''Sur Adams, James
Callisoo, T louas McKie and o;!iers. It will be
divided into Tracts io auil purchasers, and will
bc sold at private sale or. very favorable terms.
?3B**Fur further particular?, apply to Messrs.
GARV & (J.vnv, Attorneys, who aro fully empow
ered to sci!, mrike titles, ic, ic.
Jun l-l oin 3
State of South Carolina,
Harriet Salter, Applicant, )
M. M. Padget, Guar, ad litom of \ Par?itio?
tho minor children. Jane Salter, |
Caleb W. Saker ind n. A. Salter)
BY an Order from thc Ordinnry, I shall procet
to sell nt EdjM-field Court House, on th? Ara
Monday in March nett, fi r Partition, tho
LANDS OF THE ESTATE OE WILLIAM R.
SALTEE, tle?'8 , situated in tho said District, on
waters of Richland Creek, waters of Little Sulu
dr. River, bounding on lands of Liiko Rodgers
and others, and containing Eighty-six Acres,
moro or less.
TERMS-On a credit until the first day of
Janu.iry isf>9. Purchaser to give Bond and good
securities and a Mortgage lo fie Ordinary to so
curo tho purcha^o money. Cost to bo paid in
Cash, in Spocie, ami tu pay for Titles cxtru.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Fehl -lt A
ALL Person? having demands ngainst tho Es
tato of SAMUEL BROOKS, dee'd., will
present them, properly attested, to the Under
signed ; nnd those who nro in nnywiso indebted
to the Estato of tho said Samuel Brooks, dee'd.,
will please como forward and ?ettie.
T. H. CLARK, Ad'or.
Dec 31 3m 1
?i-... .... . . aS; ?* .
JON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NAN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailiug
rcmody fur all Discases of tho Digestivo Organs
and thc Liver. For salo hy all Druggists.
)ON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE*
DRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANJv
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
roincdy for all Diseases of the Digestivo Organs
and tho Liver. For salo by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
"KIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Disca:os of tho Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For salo by all Druggists.
NEW DRUG STORE I
No. 1, Park Row,
EdgcGeld, S. C.
THE Subscriber takes pleasure in announcing
to the citizens of Edgeficld that ho is now re
ceiving and opening a LARGE and VARIED
There Goods were solocted in person from
the best Houses in tho City of New York, and
are marked as low as such Goods can bo sold in
His motto will bc " QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS," and a firm adh?rence to
the CASH SYSTEM.
SS?*Cash Customers will find itt to their inte
rest to trndc at tho New Drug Store.
EST Don't ark for credit-not oven for a day
-as I am determined to sell for CA-H-AND
FOR CASH ONLY. 1
.#53* An injpection of my Stock is earnestly so
T. W. CARWILE.
Jan 7 tf 2
Wilcox, Gibbs it Co., *| Distress Warrant
vs. > for
George W. Dorn. J Lien on Crop.
BY Virtue of an Execution in tho above stated
case, I will proceed to sell at thc residence
of GEO. W. DORN, Defendant, on Monday, the
17th Feb., thc following property of said Defen
dant, to wit :
One Hundred and Seventy-five Bushels CORN,
Three Thousand Pounds of FODDER,
Twenty-live Bushels PEAS,
Two Slacks PEA VINES.
Seventy-five Bushell COTTON SEED.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Jan ll 3t 3
W. P. Roberts,
Vi. Fi Fa.
Bacon ? Butler,
BY Virtue of Writs of Fi Fa in the above
stated cases, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. H., on tho Itt Monday in March next,
ONE Tit ACT OF LAND, containing Twelve
Hundred Acre.-, m ire or less, adjoining lands of
Th .ma.- Bates, L. W. Youngblou.l, M. N. Hol
stein and other.-, levied ou ns thc property of
the Defendant, Wade Holstein.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Jan 23 it ?
M. W. Gary, 1
vs. \ Lion on Crop.
Jus. M. Harrison, J
BY Virtue of an Execution in tho above stale:
enfej I will proceed to .'ell at tlic residence
ut' JAS. M. HAILI'. ?SON, thc Defendaut, on
WEDNESDAY, the. I2.h February, tho following
property of said D?tendant, to wit:
Ten Bales of COTTON,
Fifty Bushels CORN,
^3- Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, g. cn.
Jan. 28. 3t 5
Sheriff 's Sale.
Luke S. Smith, )
rs. > Fi Fa.
Riebard T. Mimr. j
Berg. L. -cr, |
vs :. Single Tax Exec'n
Bichar i T. Mini.'. J
BY Virtue-of Writ of Fi Fa and Tax Execu
tion to mc directed in tin iib..ve .-tated
caye.-. I will proceed to sell nt Edgeficld C. II.,
' i: the lit Monday in Mareil next, thc following
property levied on as thc property of thc Defen
dant, Richard T. Minis, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing O.io
Thousand Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands of
W. H. Moss and otheis. A splendid Steam Saw
and Flouring Mill is on thc preiniics.
TWENTY-EIGHT HEAD OF SHEEP.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. 1?.
Feb 3 4t 0
Waldo A Addison,.Ex'ors. |
. Robert G. Lamar, ?- Fi Fa.
Thomas G. Lamar
Thomas AV. Whatley. J
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi PS, 'o mc directed,
in tito above sliUed cate, I will proceed to
sell at Elgefield Court House, cn the 1st Munday
in March next, ONE TRACT OF LAND, con
taining One Hundred Acres, moro ur lens, lying
on Savannah River, near thc Town of Hanihurjr,
now in tho possession of Thomas Dunuegan, for
merly the Land of tho Defendant Robert G.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Feb t it fi
State of South Carolina,
ED GEFIELT) DISTRICT,
AV ORD IN A R Y.
R. G. Smith, II. Laman nnd wife and "I
vs. j Partiti'n
Max. Sallat, Defendant. J
BY an Order from tho Ordinary, I shall pro
ceed to sell at Edgeficld Court Houfc on tho
first Mondny in March next, for Partition, thc
LANDS belonging to thc ESTATE OF WM.
OKAY, dee'd., consisting of
ONE HOUSE AND LOT in tho Town of
Hamburg, S. C., known as Lot No. 72, (at pres
ent occupied by M. Sallat,) containing Fifty feet
front and 176 feet deep, and bounded by J. Rose
man's Lot No. 71 and Lot No. 73.
Also, the adjoining HOUSE AND LOT in tho
Town of Hamburg, S. C., containing Fifty feet
front and 17? feet deep, and bounded h. hots No
72 and Geo. Kramor's Lot No. 74.
&TFRMS- On a credit until thc first day of Jnn
n:.ry, 1869. Purchasers to givo Bond and good
securities, and a Mortgage to tho Ordinary to se
cure tho purchaso money. Cost to be paid in
Cash, in Specie, and to pay for Titles extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Tob 4, 4t G
To the Public.
ITnHE Subscriber is engagod In the BLACK
Jt SMITH BUSINESS; in nil its branches, at
tho Brick Blacksmith Shop in ronr of Park Row.
Having secured tho services of a pood WAGON
BUILDER, I nm prepared to REPAIR ALL
WAGONS and BUGGIES sent to my Shop. All
work entrusted to my care will bo warranted to
Prices reduced to tho lowest rato?, but terms
Mr. A. A. Paul, Gunsmith, may bo fount' at
my Shop, ready to Work on Guns, Pistols, 4c.
Jan 13 tf 3
NEV/DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Whole,ale and Retail Dealers
. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
262 Broad Street,
At the- Store Lately Occupied by
I. KAHN & co.
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
thanking our friends for that liberal sharo of
their patronago oxtended to us whilo connoctod
with thc late firm of GRAY, MCLLARKV 4 Co.,
hoping, by close attention to business and fair
dealing, we may still merit a continuance of tho
One of our Firm is now and will constantly ro
main in NEW YORK, and will BCY ALL OUR
GOODS FOR CASH EXCLUSIVELY, which
will enable us to
SELL AS LOW, IF NOT LOWER,
THAN ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA. It is
unnecessary to enumerate the different Goods in
tho several Departments. Suffice it to say we
aro now DAILY RECEIVING and OPENING
NEW GOODS, which wo offor to our friends and
tho public at
Greatly Reduced Prices !
Owing to the GREAT DECLINE in all classes
of DRY GOODS.
All Orders entrusted to our care shall have our
immediate and most careful attention.
ONE PRICE ONLY,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
iZa-All Parcels DELIVERED FREE 07
CHARGE in any portion of tho City or Hamburg
AUSTIN MULLARKY | JAS. H. MULLARKY
Augusta, Jan 28 Inn
J. A. VANWINKLE,
liAS now on hand a SPLENDID and FASH
IONABLE Stock of
Fino Black Cloth Frock COATS ;
" Business SUITS ;
Medium fino Business SUITS ;
Common do. do.
Fine and Common OVERCOATS ;
Fine Black Cassimere PANTS;
" Fancy do. do.
? " Silk Velvet VESTS ;
" Black do. do. do.
" Silk VESTS ;
" Fancy do. do.
" Black Cassimere VESTS.
Tho Subscriber still continues the MER
CHANT TAILORING BUSINESS, and has on
hand a splendid Stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, VESTINGS, Goo BEAVER, English
CORDUROY, and all kinds of Goods, which
will be mude to mea-urc in tho MOST FASH
SIIIRTS, nil kind.- of UNDER GARMENTS.
TIES, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, Ball' BOSE.
F-pcr ?md Linen COLLARS, Hair BRUSHES
und COMBS, ic, .tc.
^-C-All Goods sold at tho LOWEST CASH
J. A. VANWINKLE,
230 lirond Street,
Under Central Hotel,
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE I
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT A CO.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
E HAVE ami are constantly receiving the
bcit assortment nf FURNITURE that bas ever
been in this market.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS,
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITS.
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
CHAIRS, SOFAS, TETE A-TETE,
EXTENSION TABLES, of all len/rtli?.
Wc particularly c:ill tho attention of purcha
sers to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBER
SUITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
Our Manu fae I uri it;? D?partaient
Is still in operation. Special Orders will bo
'promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
HAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTH,
REP.5, TERRY und SPRINGS, and nil articles
suitable for Manufacturers, wLich weoffer at Low
A largo Stock of WINDOW SHADES, ofovo
ry style and pattern, from thc Cheapest to thc
Finest, with all the New Stylo Fixtures.
Superintended by a competent man. COFFINS,
of ali Descriptions and Quality. METALIC
CASES and CASKETS, ol' tho most improved
stvlcs, furnished ut all hours during tho Day or
UNDERTAKERS can bo supplied withTRIM^
Augusta, Oct 23 Gm 43
THE undersigned, having routed Mr. W. W.
Adams' Blacksmith Shop, is prepared to exc
cuto promptly all work in his line. And from an
experience of over twonty years in tho business
ho feels confident of giving entiro satisfaction to
nil for whom it muy bc hi? pleasuro to work.
HORSESHOEING, SETTING TIRES, and
nil kinds of PLANTATION SMITH WORK will
bo done to ordor at thc shortest notice, and at
prices cheapor than elsewhere.
By giving c^osc attention to business, and a
prompt, faithful nnd workmanlike porformanco of |
nil work entrusted to him, he hopos to merit aud
roceivo a liberal shnro of public patronago.
$g~ All work warranted. TERMS CASH.
ROBT. NESSFIELD, (Col.)
Jan. 22 tf 4
The Quicker the Better !
PARTIES indebted to mo oro expected to como
forward and settle. I want money, and am
lorcod to mako it out of thoso indebted to me.
Tako wnrning. All of my unpr.id Notes and Ac
counts will, in n very short time, ho placed in
tho hands of au Attorney for collection.
Persons having Watohos or Jowolry in my
hands for repair will ploaso call, pay for repair
ing, and get them. I am tirod holding them, and
yet do not wish to havo said Watches and Jewel
ry sold morely to got my dues for repairing. But
I must havo monoy. Tako wnrning.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Jan 13 2t 3
No. 15 Washington Street
THE SUBSCRIBER has just received
ENGLISH and AMERICAN
Which cannot be surpassed for quality au
ALSO--ONION SETS, Red and
KENTUCKY BLUE, ORCHARD and
ALSO?The Celebrated Early Good
Pennsylvania Gourd Seed and other early
(K/~Country Merchants and Farmers si
ages, from one ounce to a pound, sent by ;
Augusta, Jan G.
CASH, OR CREDIT FOR APPROVED
.A. S wo aro constantly receiving GFANO which
can ho shipped without; tho expenso of storage
and other expenses, and in order to increase our
sales for Cash, to meet heavy payments, we hare
determined to reduce ocr prices at Savannah and
Augusta $5 per ton, for all ORDERS ACCOM
PANIED WITH THU MONEY. Our prices
will thcrcforo ho uaiforni, as follows :
Imported direct to Savannah from McKean's
Island. Price per ton of *\000 lbs. at Savannah,
$50 Cash, or $G2 payablo 1st November; at Au
gusta, $55 Cash, or $70 payable 1st November.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's. Manipulated
A mixture of PIIONIX and PERUVIAN, woll
pulverized and mixed under our j-orsonal super
vision. Price at Savannah, $65 per ton of 2,000
lbs., Cash, or $30 payablo 1st November; at Au
gusta, $70 Cash, or $85 payable 1st November.
Pure No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
Direct from Peruvian Agent, at lowest market
price at Savannah and Augusta, for CASH.
ffrVTt would adrice those who wish to buy
GUAZCO on time, to apply at once as drafts must
be executed, and approved, or other satisfactory
arrangements effected before shipments are mode
Orders solicited and promptly filled. Address
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN GUANO
No. OG Bay Street, Savannah, or
No. 241 Broad St., Angosta.
Augusta, Jan 20 3m 4
BOOT AID SHOE HOUSE!
J. % APEL,
209 Broad St., Under Planters Hotel,
AUGUSTA, G J.,
HAS just roceived from Now York 150 Cases
BOOTS AND SHOES, embracing
Every Style and Quality.
And all of which he has marked down to tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES. This Stock was
bought direct from tho most rcliablo Manufactu
rers, and is warranted to bo as represented.
My old Edgefields friends and customers aro
urgently requested to givo mo a call, and look
through my large and varied Stock. No better
Bargains in tbo Shoo Trade are to be had in tho i
city than are offered at my Store.
J. IV. APEL.
Augusta, Nov li ti 46
? TAKE THIS METHOD of announcing to
you that I am still at n y old stand, wbcro I am
conducing the daine old line of business, which
comprises the u tul assortment of
SUELF AND HEAVY
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Which I manufacturo ia all itt Styles and Pat
A large assortment, such as Buckets, Tubs and
COOKING A IV D HEATING
A mon sr which are thc justly famous Cook Stoves
"DIXIE/' " SUMTER," "GOOD SAMARI
TAN," "SOUTHERN STATES" and "FIRE
SIDE." Tbesu Stoves aro adapted to Southern
Housekeepers, and there should bc ono in every
family in order to facilitate and make Cooking
Call and make a close inspection of tho Goods
and Prices before you go further.
I ara not paying $2000 a yjar for rent of
Store as many others aro. Bear this in mind, as
these expenses aro not to bo added to prices paid
TV itt. HILL,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Oct 6 -f 41
TO OWNERS OF WATER POWER, MILL
THE Subscriber would respectfully announco
that he is now prepared to SURVEY, LO
CATE and PUT IN OPERATION ANY KIND
OF MILLS or MACHINERY, propelled by
cither Water or Steam.
Added to a lifetime's oxperionco (16 yoars of
which is rocordod in this and adjoining Districts,)
ho has since the war been to thc North inspecting
and Etudying tho latest improvements in his line;
nnd has mado his selection in Steam Engines,
Water Wheels, Model Flouring, Grist and Saw
He now possesses all tho latest Improvements
worth having, at Maker's prices,-which Im
provements he will guarantee to give satisfaction
when put in oporation by himself, or under his
Residence, Six miles below Pine House on the
Aiken Road. Post Omeo, Granitevillo, S. C.
Mechanical Engineer and Millwright.
Oct 22 tf 43
Boot and Shoe Business
For 1868 !
THE Subscribor roturns his warmost thanks to
thopooplo of Edge?old and vicinity for the
generous patronage oxtondod to him during the
past year, and will, by prompt and faithful at
tention to tho wishos of his customers, strive to
merit a continuance of their favors.
Ho will carry on tho BOOT and SHOE BUSI
NESS at his old stand, in roar of tho Post Office,
and is prenarcd to do all kinds of work in his
linc, in tho* BEST STYLE and with the BEST
fl^-Prices to correspond with tho times.
J^Tenns, STRICTLY CASH. No work
will bo suffered to lcavo tho Shop until paid for.
W. D. RAMEY.
Jan 1 tf 1
-One Door South of Broad,
a SPLENDID STOCK of FRENCH.
d variety, in the Southern Market.
White CLOVER, LAWN GRASSES,
HEARD GRASSES and LUCERNE.
rich and Harrison 'IRISH POTATOES,
CORN, EGYPTIAN MILLET, &c.'
ipplied as low as elsewhere. . Small pack
mail free of postage.
' C. PENIBLE.
YOUR INTERESTS ARE AT STAKE,
PURE FLOUROF RAW BONE,
MARIETTA, Or A.,
AND GUARANTIED TO BE PURE.
?^It ia ono of tho Best Fertilizers for Gar
For sale by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No 6, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga
Jan 27 tf 5
WE nAVE A FULL ,rT0CK of the above
named STOVES which wc propose oiTering at as
low prices as any FIRST CLASS STOVES in
These Stoves have tho reputation of hoing the
Usod, and ara especially adapted to this section
of country. Wo feel confident' in rec imuiending
them, when out of noarly FIVE HCRDRED
SOLD DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS,
WE HAVE NOT HEARD OF ONE THAT DID
NOT GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
WE WARRANT ALL STOYES SOLD
And always furnish a COMPLETE SET OF
UTENSILS, with PRINTED DIRECTIONS for
using them, so that '.no can change from th? old
way of Cooking in a Fire Place to tho use uf th?
Stove with littlo or no inconvenience.
We always keep on" hand ALL tho different
Styles of COOKING STOVES, BANGES,
&C, prepared to please the tastes of any ono
who may examine our Stock.
We have a large Stock of HEATING
STOVES suitable for Churches, School Rooms,
Stores, Parlors, ?fcc.
Wo manufacturo largely of TIN WARE,
which wo ofFor at low prices.
Our Stock of PLATED GOODS, PLANISHED
and BRITTANIA WARE, WOOD and WILLOW
WARE is very full and complete.
Wo would bc pleased to seo our friends from
EdgcCcld and surrounding country.
JONES, SMYTH & CO.,
192 Broad Street,
Oct 15 3m 42
D. L. FULLERTON,
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
CO KING AND HEATING
~ &C, Ac., &C,
~ . Also, Agent for tho Sale of the
Hydraulic Clothes Washer and the
Talent Union Churn,
THE greatest want of the Southern House
Keeper at pr?sent is LABOR, TIME AND
MONEY-SAVING INVENTIONS, to facilitate
and promote homo comforts. Tho fir;t and most
indispensable of those, is thc COOKING STOVE,
to procure which il has been my care to select thc
BEST, and euch as aro most ruitablo fer our
CHIEF COOK STOVES
Are so constructor that the nio;t porfect baking
qualities aro in.-urcd, together with economy in
thc uso of fuel, and simplicity and convenience,
which rcnJtr them easily maonged by any one,
however inexperienced. These advantages have
obtainod for tho Stoves a popularity unparalleled
in every section of the country. Theso Stoves
are kept constantly on hand, togethor with the
Charter Oak, Civilian and Tex ana
All of which are warranted as good operators.
Wo refer to ?omc nf the persons in Edgefield
who aro using thc CHIEF COOK nnd CHAR
TER OAK :
Mr. S. NICHOLSON.
Rev. L. R. GWALTNEY,
Mr. JULIUS DAY,
Gov. F. Wi PICKERS,
Gov. M. L. BONHAM,
Mr. E. J. COLEMAN,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Rev. D. D. HRUNSON,
Mr. J. T. BACON,
Mr. M. LEBESCHULTZ,
And a host of others.
?STBo sure and call on D. L. FULLERTON,
opposite Augusta Hotel. No other dealers keep
tho same Stoves.
Augusta, Deo 24 4m 52
inVERY KIND OF PLANTATION and Mi
LVJ ning Machinery, Portable and Stationery
Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Sugar
Mills, Horse Power, Agricultural Implcmonti,
Shafting, Pullies, Hangers, Coupling?, and all
kinds of Iron an-i Wood Working Machinery
built to order on short notice. All kinds of
Promptly ropaired, and all kinds of BRASS and
IRON CASTINGS furnish-.d.
_^-GIVE US A TRIAL.
HUSE & NfiALi
Augusta. Dec 17 3m 61
THE BAR, next door to tho Advortiser
Offico, ie well supplied with tho FINEST LI
QUORS, WINES, SEGARS, 4c. Call there for
your HOT WHISKEY PUNCH, MILK PUNtfH,
SHERRY COBBLERS, TOM & JERRY, Ac.
Mr. Charlie Gray will bo on hand at all limos,
and will make o very exertion to please his custo
CHEATHAM & BRO.
Jan 14 tf 3
I HAVE just received a COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT OP GARDEN SEEDS, ONION
SETTS, and Adams Extra Early CORN-which
will be sold at thc very lowest prices for Cash.
TIIOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign of Golden Mortar.
Jan 13 1 tf .
FRUIT TREES, consisting of APPLES,
PEAR, PEACHES, ?co., Ac.
GRAPE VINES, largely CONCORD and
CLINTON, with a good Stock of all thc leading
old and new varieties.
S TR AW BERRI' "LANTS,mainly WIL
EVERGREENS, FLOWERING SHRUBS,
ROSES, DAHLIAS, BEDDING PLANTS of
every description Ac , Ac.
Our Stock of Trees and Plants is largo and
unusually well grown.
Prices as low as the leading Northern Nurse
ries ; and plants groton in and adapted to our
Catalogues mailed free. Address
P. J. BERCKMANS,
Augusta, Jan 20 3m 4
FRUITS AND FLOWERS!
IF YOU WANT
Apple, Pear, Peach, Fi nm, Apricot,
And other cu lice grafted and budded Fruit Tnef:
If yon desire the finest
Grapes, Figs, Strawberries, &c?
If you would beautify and render your Homo
Roses, Evergreens, Flowers, Shrubs,
?kc, ic, ?tc,
Send your orders, AT ONCE, to
REDMOND A HILL,
'Catalogues supplied free.
Augusta, Jan 20 2t 4
J, W, BACON & BRO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER AND LEATHER PELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS/
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
French and American Calf Skins,
And All Other Kinds of Leather,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
169 Broad Street^
Under Augusta Hotel,
^-SADDLES and HARNESS REPAIRED
and Made to Order.
Augusta, Oct 7 Gm4l
f?~M?LL~0 WNER S~
FRENCH BIMI, ESOPCS & COLOGNE
AND ALL KINDS OF
Mill Furnishing Ware,
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE,
By WM. BRENNER,
107 Broad Strrect,
Augusta, Jan 13 OuiS
Gome and See
MY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES,;
HATS AND CAPS,
AND IN FACT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE thin is usua'ly kept in a firs', class
?StJ^C'.ine and see, and judge for 3 0urseive>.
and remember tbat my terms arr STRICTLY
J3S!T~A11 orJcrs accompanied wiib thc Cash xiii
be strictly and faithfully filled.
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Longmircs, S. C., tf 42
Return Day Approaches.
THERE is a largo amount due on our Books.
Wo have worked for it-have waited, for it
longer than wo expected-but now must havo it.
We havo neither timo nor inclination to cull ou
each ono indebted, und mako a personal appeal,
but throngh this medium wc announce to o ve ry une
on whom wo have claims that, unless they set
tle all, or a large proportion of their indcbt?d
ness with us by the 1st Monday in February next,
we will, without discrimination, place all of mil
claims in an Attorney's hands for collection.
SMITH A JONES.
Jan 15 2t 3
MILL NOTICE. ~
THE Customers of MRS. FULLER'S MILL,
will please send their Corn to Mill on Mon
diy, Wodnesday or Saturday from this dale. The
Mill grinds only on those days.
Wagons sent for Lumber must be accompanied
with the Cash.
R. G. LANHAM, Agr.
Jan 29 4t?5
ALL persons having claims against thc E.'tste
of W. E. MIDDLETON,|dcc'd., are notified
to present the same to the undersigned without
dolay, and those indebted to said Estate are re
quested to pay up forthwith.
J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm'.ir
Oct. 9.1S67_?ly_ 41
ALL persons having any demands against tho
Estate ot WM. R. SALTER, dee'd., will
present tho same, propeny attested, by or befor?
Wednesday, the 22d April next, as on that day a
final settlement will be made, in the Ordinary's
Office, on said Estate. Those indebted to said
Estate will pay up forthwith, ortho Administra
tors will bo forced to place all such claims in
suit. M. M. PADGET, Ad'cr.
Jan. 22 3m 4
ALL Pereons having claims against tho Estate
of JAMES MoCARTY, deceased, will picase
render them in to the undersigned, properly attest
ed. Those indebted to said cstato, can save money
by paying up immediately ;-longer indulgence
cannot and will not bo granted. An early settle
ment of said Estate is desired. Those who fail
to profit by this notice, will have ;to sottlc, on
and after 10th February next, with my Atiornoy,
or the Sheriff.
D. P. LA GRONE, Adin'or.
Jan. 28 3t fi