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A.T THE O
To Buy Dry
E are in daily receipt of NEW GO
first hands, the Manufacturers ami Impo
Our Stock is at all timos complete, an
TEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES a
careful comparison of our prices is solicii
We invite the attention of all CASH
UNSURPASSED IN ALL ITS DE?*
LINEN GOODS, HOUSI
.^"Special and Prompt Aiton
Augusto, ?far 10
For b'iiiui/Jiuc Light Bruni, Biscuit, ll ?.ll* or
SlSTLRS OF TUE form-Now that wc h:ivc to
il-? all our house and kitchen work, let us try to
do it to perfection. I ditter myself that I haw
discovered thc true system of bread baking, and
a? such, would respectfully inform my female
frieads that I am prepared to furnUh them with
thc rccept on tho following liberal terms. E -
close to my address, thc amount of one dollar,
ar.d I will feud to any address, by return mail or
soon after, the receipt, neatly printed, post paid,
with all necessary instruction*. I would herr
F ta te that r.o minerals or lard is used in baking,
and thal ths articles us-d arc at thc command ol
every farmer. If you wish to please your hus
band by placing ?n bi* breakfast table a plate of
line light biscuit i or fried rolls, send fur oue of
Address, Mrs. M. P. WALKER, Aiken, S. C.
Mir ll 2t ll
LINENA GOODS I
JUST RECEIVED BY
?AAigiastaa G a.
IO Bales STRIVED OSNABURGS,
5 Bales ASSORTED TICK IN.:.
1 Bale ALHAMBRA QUILTS.
1?O Dozen HUCKABACK TOWELS,
50 Pieces BIRD'S BYE DIAPER, assorted,
100 Pieces RUSSIA DIAPER, assorted,
X. Y. MILLS and W?MSCITA SHIRTINGS
And many other DESIRABLE GOODS.
JAS. A. GRAY & CO,
'.?.?H lt road Street,
JUST OP?KIKG AT
JAS. 1 GRAY &CO;S.,
PLAID LEN OS,
SATIN STRIPE POPLINS)
STRIPED CAM EL ET CLOTHS.
PRINTED jTlESSINE POPLINS,
CHENE 1 OPLINS,
WRITE ALI" '.CA,
Beautiful s it il l>?sirable (?ooils
SPl tl N Gr W TL AJRS
JAS, A. GRAY & CO,,
&28 lircntl Street.
Mar ir. if 12
State of South Carolina,
Willard Brooks and ot'-ers, j.
vs ? I ? i 11 for Paru
T. H. Clark, Ador., and ? and Relief.
Charlotte M. Brooks. I
BY virt-i? of an order of the Court in this cans??,
rv.il r.-iln' Bd?fc6?M C. IC . r.n Mond nv,
th-i Crh of April nixt. the ftllowiog REAL ES
TATE of SAMUEL BROOKS, dee'd., to wir :
THE LOT <?F LAND in the Village r.f Bdgo
ficll, known as the Bushnell Carriage Shop, ad
joining Lots of T. J. Whitaker and other*.
ONE LO.T OF LAND in tho Vilhgo of Edjre
field, containing Fourteen Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands o" M. LebeschulU, 1!. C. Bryan
Sold on a credit until first dav of January
next, with interest Oom day of rale. Except a?
t-> C?sUs of Suit, and Expenses of Sn lo wh?eh
must bc paid in Ca b. Purchaser! to ?-ive Bond
with at leapt two pond surette and a tn rfgnsc "1
the premises to secure the purchase tn nc/. '1 i les
Z W.-CARWILE, C.EJi.D.
Mar H :;< ? 12
Panknin's Hepatic Bit
ASURE and PERMANENT CUKE', for
Dyspepsia and fjener-tl Debility. F<.r ?ale
by TU OS. W. CA ll WI LE, .
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Feb 2(5 tf 9
Mar 1 fi
RETAIL DEALERS IN
ODS, bought exclusively for Cash, from
rters, thereby saving our customers the
id we are constantly adding all thc LA
.s they arc brought into tho market. A
BUYERS to our Stock. It will be found
3 FURNISHING GOODS,
? AND HOSIERY,
IGS, PRINTS, &G,
ti on Paid lo Orders.
L GHAY Sc GO.
IGO ELLS. FLOUR, different grades.
25,000 LBS. SMOKED BACON.
25,000 LB?. BILK BACON.
5,000 LBS. CHOICE HAMS.
10 TIERCES LARD.
100 Bilk. LIQUORS, all grades.
200 Sack? COFFEE, Rio, Java and Lc
25 Half-chetU TEA. vari. ::-- grades.
tr* Rbis. SYRUP, various grades.
With a full stock of SUGARS, CANDLES,
SOAP, Ac, fur sale low by
O'DOWD & M I'Lil ERIN.
Augusta, Feb 2 ? " tf 1?
Dong- Stn pie
UPLAND COTTON SEED !
F\iE A LOVE COTTON SEfiiJ produced last
lesson 1 jo?? lbs. of Seed Colton to ilie Acre, and
told f./r ?7 cents per pi uad. For the present
cr? p 50 per cent over thc best Coti??n was effcrtd
The undersigned purchased the Seed last sea
son at $5 per bushel, Int in vio* of the times
?ill ?ap] ly it :;t $2 per bushel., or if more conve
nient, Rs equivalent in farm produce, fur a now
li vt of bushel;, delivered at this Depot. Put up
An bags and delivered at Aiken Depot.
A sample of the Cotton may Leseen at the
.l>/<-. rlhtt Ofiie?, i r f?.Ml by mail on application.
?V. G. MOOD,
Aiken, S. C.
Feb 10 it 7 j
W. H. Timmermun, Ex'or., )
vs. \ Fi. Fa.
J. D. Turner. j
SY virtue of a writ of FL Fa. lo me directed)
in thc nbovo Elated ease, ) I will procoed to
s -ll nt E .IguOcld C. II. on thc 1st Monday in April
next, tiic following property of thc Defendant,
.J. D. Turner, t<i wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, ponlain-hg Two Hun
lire.", and Six*y-Four Aeres, more or less adjoin
ing lands i-f Burrell T. Boalwright and others.
Also. TWO HORSES and Ona Two II.r?o
Term? Cash. ISAAC BOLES, S B.D.
Mar. 12 -ita 12.
William A. Harri.', )
vs. ' Fi Fa.
John Bauskett. j
1> Y "?rino nf a Writ of Fi. Fa. in the above
) Muted case to 1112 dircctod, I will proc?cd to
sell a! Edgefi?ld C. II ,'on ii.? ht Monday in April
next, the following property of tho defendant,
Joh II Banskott, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND; containing Three
Hundred Acres, in.ire or les?, adjoining Lands of
Mrs. Lucy Uettis und others.
TRAC C KO. 2, known ns thc Peter Day Tract,
containing Four Hundred Aeres, more or lo*.*,
adjoining lauds of John Bell, Alfred Hatcher amt
TRACT NO. :J, containing Thirty-Five Hun
Iiv.I Acres, innre <T less, a?ljoiiiiug'land?J of Al
t'lxsd Hatcher., Br. Croft and other*. On tl.ts
t'ract, ilieir i u Saw Mill and 11 filial Mill-both
.11 Shaw's Crock.
I Ci" Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D
Mar. 12 ?Ito 12
JEiTora o?* lo ti Sh.
A Gentrcnian v. ho suTeivd for yeats fro m Ner
vous Debility, Preinatura Decay, and all thc
affects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tue take
iii suffering humanity, Send Hrce lo ull who need
ii., the recipe and directions for making the simple
remedy by which he w*s eared. Sufferer.' wi.-b
ioj: to profit Ly Ilse advertiser's experience can do
at bv addressing, in perfcct!confi?lence,
JOHN B. Ow LEN,Cedar St., New York.
M .y 27 ly 22
KiDg pf Pain !
Ii'-T Received a siapply i.f tba KING OF
l'A IN. For sal? hi
TH OS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Feb 2? tf 0
IN KU 1131 ATI OX.
Information guaranteed to produce a lu:; ur i nut
.nu iii of bair ui.r.Ti' a' Laid bead 6r beardless
?ci-, also a recipe for the removal of Pimples,
l.lotebes, Eruptions, otc?, on the (kio, leaving ike
. :iues it, ?-lear, a::d boauliful, can bu obtaiued
without charge by addressing
Til od. F. CHAPMAN, CneMiST,
S2:i Broadwuj, New York.
Sept IS " 8m 88
Tho Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of charge) to all who desire it, the
prescription wi'.h thc directions for making and
UMII?; ;!ie simple remedy by which he was cured
ol alungaffcctioDand thal dread disease Consump
tion. His only object is tn benefit ibo afflicted und
lit. hopes every Fuff-irer will try tbi< prescription,
as it will cost them nothing, and may ??rove 11
blessing. Picase address
R*V. EIXWJ?RD A. WILSON,
No! f?5 South Second St., Williamsburg, N. Y
Si-pt 1<? iva 83
ALL persons Indebted io the E.lato of MAR
SHALL STE I UH AM, ilco'd., nrc notifktl to
pay tiic saino forthwith, Thojc having e)?ims
cgain?t thc- sail E-tutc will present them, duly
attested, by the 22d August next, as on that day
a Final Settlement on said Eclate will bc in tho
JAMES GREEN, Adm'or.
Mar. S 5m* 10
.LFAVIDSON & RAIS'SOUl bave removed
? o tho Storo formerly occupied by Messrs. II ORA;
".VISE <fc CO., first door above the CENTRAL
HOTEL, where they will bo pleased to seo their
friends, and sell them HATS and SHOES
ut tho LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
Augusta, Mar J. 1m .10
FlIE Undersigned, lately of tho Firm of
FLEMING & ROWLAND, offers for salo
a LARGE and WELL SELECTED Stock o
GROCERIES, consisting in part of
BACON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE,
Plantation Supplies Generally !
ALSO, AGENT FOR THE
Will bc found at the old stand, 290 Broad
CHAS A. HOWLAND.
GEORGE ROBINSON will bc glad to sec his
friends as above.
Augusta, Mar 9 lm ll
FONS PERUVIAN GUANO.
25 TONS WHITLOCK A- CO'S. CE
23 TONS V/OOLSTON'S P II O S
For sale by
J. SIBLEY ? SONS,
No. ti, Warren Bloc!;, Augusta, Ga.
Mario 7t ll
OF ... .
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
AM MONTATE I)
)MBINING IN THE IIIGIIEST DEGREE
THE REQUISITES for thc largest yield of
Cotton and Corn. Our friends who-have tried
this FERTILIZER give their unqualified testi
mony of ifs completo suecoss in largely increas
? *, _ - i i <. .i _. __ .?fl_ IL. _I :_
mg thc yield of their crops. Where the applies
?ion was doublnd, the increase of yield was folly
ai print, and wc are assured that it has proved
Planters will lind it advantageous to work les:
ground, to cult?valo more thoroughly, and to ap
ply liberally a preparation such as thc above,
Aro ma le up.dcr the supervision of
Dr. S?, JULIEN RAVENEL, ( iifinisi,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL EN
SURK a reliable article. We have no h?sitation
in ^tating Ibat in ?ar standard manure thc pub.
lie h.ive a FERTILIZER which will give the
maxi satWaoi>.rv results. WE CLAIM THAT
AT TUE SAMS COST PER ACRE, THIS
UlTlCLK V. I LL DO BETTER Til AN PE
RUVIAN GUANO, oar friends writing that
Guano loses ?ls effect upon (?ie plant generally
iiUout Ibo beginning of September, and tit i J SUS
tainihe the'plaiit iu a green nod healthy condi
tion until killed by frost. Directions for use sent
with shipment's. IVico $05 dellars per ton of
A Ml* KB IO ll ARTICLE OF
S^i?EO BOXJB FLOUR,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
At Soi per ton of 2?0fl Pounds.
YOU C, KtXEa & CO., Agents.
Charleston, Mar2 lin 10
500 TONS OF THIS FERTILIZER
now ready for sale, Pl'mtsrs are ?espctifully in
vitr ! lo VI '! Stir w?rlc? on South Boundary Si ,
lu tai; City, and s.CAifj themselves as to quality
and mode of pr?p .ring the art:- ! ..
Ii is rich in Ammonia nod Phosphate, and sui
taMo for a'l Fio'd Crop; nr.d the Gnrdeu.
Below wo append an Analysis t.iad.s by Ccncra!
RAIN?, on the 17th February last, of the Ammo
nia Phosphate, as offered for ea?c:
Organic Maller Ammonia ?.nd necessary Mois
ture, ' 2jll.!iU
Carbonate and Nitrate Potash, Chloride ol
Sodium and I'rato ol' Ammonia, 70.00
Alamina and Magnesia ami Iron eac , a
Carbonic Acid. ' r.O.no
Lime (Protox Calcium.) 7"I.IM1
L:aa IPbos-ohau- and Nitrat*) Hij.OII
Sulphite, ?m l Ujpo-Sulphito and Liss,
Sulphur and Sulphurcl Calcium, 23.50
Siiicious Mailer, 277.50
Price, i to per lon, Cash. :>'C per ton ?
abie 1st Nov. mxl,-C'y acceptance
^"Tninp'hleis with full patiieuiors nt our
Office, No. "(iii, Bf.md Street.
J. A. ANSLEY & CO.,
Aiiaiislti Ferlilurn? Ma?iifarliiring Co.
JtCi'Also,-Agents fir tho CELEBRATED
CALIIOI \' .V ATKINSON V IIRNI fi G
I* I. O W , made at Macsville, Kentucky. All
size? on nan i. . *
AtiKosta, Mar 2 2in lu
HWING l?ei'ilcd the i boee well-known HO
TEL, i.-i Ilia Town of Ed ge fi eli!.' T am pre
).a-d. Iron this .I-.?., forward, io ENTERTAIN
TRAVELERS, PERMANENT BOARDERS
and DAY lu'ALDER*.
Thu tinda Tfr r? f i. ?i,- J ;., a (,"i,.t part
of tho Town, and its Rooms and Chambers are
alrv and coiiiiu*/du,us.
Nntoiug, either ns regards Table, Lodging ur
Service, shall be left undone un my pan to de
serve tho pair 'nage and confidence of Gie public
? A. A. GLOVER.
Feb 11_tf_ _ 7_
OlWD & MULHER?N,
- AND -
No. 2S3 Broad Street,
A TI gu st; ?, G eorgia.
A FULL STOCK Ol' CHOICE G KO
C?RIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
r-y-V: nipt A tien I ion given to CONSIGN
MENTS and ORDERS.
Augusta, Fob 24 Hm ii
EDGAFIELD, S. C.
nMilK Undersigned takes (hi's oeennon tn an
il noonee to tho publie that she hay just re
furnished Fcvoral of the Rooms of the Plantera
Hotel, and is prepared to accommodate TRAN
SIENT and PERMANENT BOARDERS on thc
inosl reasonable term-.
lier Tables wi ! be well supplied with thc best
the market afford-. : und attentive Servants will
bli present to attend thc w nts of guests.
Tho Stables oonncefrd with this House, nre
also open, and Horses will be well cared for/
A fhnro ol public patronn?e i* solicited.
FRANC KS A. RYAN.
.Feb 12 .11 7_
ALL Person.! indubted to the Estr.to of SIM
EON CROUCH, dee'e., and that of JOHN
CROUCH, jr.j'deo'd., are requested to come for
ward and settle thc sjmo. Those having claims
agitinst either of said Eilatcs will pienso render
them, in forthwith, pricer!;' a?tt*stiea. An enrly
sottlcmcut on said Estates is desired.
E. J. (100GAN'S, -
Har S 3t I?
DE UNDERSIGNED IS AGENT ac largo
for South Carolina of the
Piedmont Life insurance Company
This Company was gotten fairly under way
about 1st of September I8G7, and to February 1st
1SGS, ber receipts have amounted to $54,S04.34,
while her losses h-.vo been nothing. This success
is unprecedented in tho history of Life Insuranco
The solvency of the Company, and thc charac
ter and business qualifications of her officers, arc
beyond dispute. Persons Insuring in this Com
pany, will, without a shadow of doubt, at their
death, have paid to thc Beneficiary, tho sum in
sured for, less tho premium notes not absorbed by
thc profits annually doolared to policy holders.
87A percent of net profits are paid to policy
holders, and those profits or dividends pay up ul
timately not only the premium notes given hythe
patrons, but reduce annually thereafter, the cash
payment, and finally, (success attending thc In
stitution), no premium will he required, and tho
holder becomes possesed of a paid np policy
drawing bis annual dividends from thc Company.
Rates: Cash portion-to securo at death, $1,
At l.r) years of agcjw.Sn. At 20 years of age SS.SO
" 25 " " 10.00. " 30 " " 11.50
"35 " " 13.45. "10 " " 1?.S5
"4j " " 18.45. "50 " " 22.40
and at ages intermediate, f.nd above 5?. at inter
mediato and proportional rales.
In addition to thc cash payment, a note at 12
months for tho above amounts is given, the inter
est at C pr. ct. being paid in advance. It is con
fidently expected that thc payment of these notes
will never bc called for, but bc absorbed or paid
by thc profits of tho business. Persons who havo
not thc ready c?sh, cnn arrango with mc upon a
short credit, for thc cash payment. These credit
notes however Mitti be promptly met nt maturity.
I am also Agent for thc JA.uES RIVER FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY, and also for a LIVE
STOCK' INSURANCE COMPANY.
JOHN L. BRANCH,
Agent at large for South Carolina.
Dr. WrttiAM PETTIGREW, | Medical Examiners.
Dr. J. W. HILL.. J
Address the Agent at Orangeville S. C. Resi
dence at Kalmia Mills, Edgefield District.
Enquiro at Glover's Hotel.
References-Messrs. BUTLKR A YoritAXS, Att'y's
at law, A. J. Nonius, Esqr, Att'y. at law, Maj.
Jos ern ABXKV, Att'y nt law, Rev. L. R. GWALT
NKV, D. R. DDRISOF., Esq., and A. A. GLOVER,
Esq., all of Edgefield C: H.
Dr. ISAAC BRANCH, Dr. J. J. WARALAW, Rev.
D. MCNEILL Tin.NKit, Col. ROUT. A. FAIR, Att'y.
at law, and Geni. S. MCGOWAN; Att'y. at law, all
of Abbeville C. H.
Mar 2 Ira 10
READY & GRIFFIN, ATTORNEYS AT
LAW and SOLICITORS IN EQITTY, will
Practice in thc Courts of South Carolina, r.nd in
the United States Courts.
Office in rear of the Court House.
W. J. READY,
S. B. GRIFFIN.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 5, tf 7
Come and Bee
MY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
HOOTS AND SHOES,'
HATS AND CAFS,
MISSES' li ATS,
AND IX FA CT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE than ii usually kept in a first elah
Come and see, an 1 judge for yourselves,
and rt member that mv arms, arc STRICTLY
.552r*A!l (.rd, r.- aeci mrnr.i.d wish tho Cub will
hc'strictly and faithfully li.bd.
C. .J. SHEPPARD.
Longreircf; S. C., tf 42
" THE GllOOERY '
T 7 . A. (.LOA ER announces to the public
iii -1 !.c hat row in store, and will bc constantly
receiving. ALL SORTS AND STYLES OF
fr. m thc Ilea vii st t-. ike Lightest and Mos!
Ti es, be ?ill .-.li, STRICTLY FOR CASH, .<*
pi ir. s to suit ibo present Laid times.
He respectfully solicits al! in search of Groce
ries t > call at tko Grocery Store on tuc Corocr.
Feb. 25, If !l
ii SS AI
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT Jt CO.;)
214 Itroail Sired, Augura, (Ja,
"V^' C HAVE and .itv constantly receiving Ike
best assortment of FURNITURE (bat ha3 ever
been in this market.
ROSEWOOD l'A RI.OR SUITS.
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITS,
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
i;I KKAI'S, BEDSTEADS.
CHAIRS, SOFAS. TETE A-TKTK,
SI LEIH ?ADS,
EXTENSION' TABLES, of all lengths.
Wo particularly call: Gio attention-of puraka;
sers to our SO MD" WALNTT CHAMBER
SUITS for Beauly, Durability and Cheapness.
Our Itfriuiifuciiii'iiiK Deuai'traeni
ls ktill in operation. Special Orders will Lc
promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE TN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
HAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTH,
REPS, TE It RY and SPRINGS, and nil articles
Bailable for Manu'nclurcrs, which wcotfer at Low
A large Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of cvo
ry stylo and pattern, from thc Cheapest to tho
Finest, with all tho New Style Fixtures.
Superintended by a competent man. COFFINS,
of ?ll Descriptions and Quality. METALIC
CASKS nnd CASKETS, of thc most improved
Ftvlcs, furni.-hed ut all hours during tho Dav or
UNDERTAKERS can bc supplied with TRIM
MI Nt:S. ' ?
Augusta, Oct 2:t f,m 43__
F. A. BRAHE,
At His Old Stauri 194 Broad Street,
OFFERS AT THE Y H RY LOWEST PRI
CES, to suit t' i limes, a Jaree Stock of
FINE GOLD AND ?ILVER WATCHES and
CHAINS. FINE JEWELRY, FIRST CLASS
DIAMONDS, known as old Mino Stones, anda
very largo assortment of Sterling SILVER I
WARE. Also, a largo lot of FANCY GOODS. I
Mr. BRAHE having, just returned from Eu
rope will again pav personal attention to tho |
REPAIRING i.r WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Augusta, Dec 2:i lin * 52 '
and for sale by
G. L. PENN.
Feb. 18 If 8
CARPETS! CARPETS !
CARPETS ! !
HEAT INDUDCEMENTS OFFERED IN
our entire stock of the following New Goods :
ENGLISH, BRUSSELS and VELVET CAR
Heavy "-ply Ingrain ?ind Venetian CARPETS
Flax, Julo, Dutch and Rug CARPETS,
RUGS, MATS, CRUMP CLOTHS, DRUG
STAIR RODS, STAIR CRASH, HASSOCKS
Floor Oil Cloths.
A beautiful linc of NEW PATTERNS, from
3 to IS ?"cot wide, which wc will cut in any shape
for Halls, Rooins, Ac, ?c.
Table Oil Cloths.
Oil Cloth TABLE COVERS.
PIANO COVERS ?ind TABLE COVERS,
VULCANIZED RUBBER CLOTH for Infants'
A full assortment of thc above goods just re
Our SPRING STOCK, just to hand, embra
cing many NEW PATTERNS (all sizos made,)
with ull necessary trimmings.
Red, Checked and White MATTINGS, -l-l,
5-1 and C-4,
COCOA MATTINGS, plain and striped.
Wall Papers and 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 ol' Ihc above goods offering
at very Low Prices for Cash hy
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 BROAD STREET,
Feb IT_tf 7
Wilcox, Gibbs ? Co., ] Distroas Warrant
VJ > for
George W. Dorn. J Lien on Crop.
BY Virtue of an Execution in tho above stated
case, lo mc directed, I will proceed to sell
nt the residence of GEO. AV. DORN, Defendant,
sn THURSDAY, the 19th March, the following
property of said Defendant, to wit :
Fifty Bushels CORN,
Tiro Thousand Pounds FODDER,
Twenty-five Bushels PEAS,
Two Sticks PEA VINES,
Seventv-Fivo Bushels COTTON SEED.
ISAAC BOLES, S. F J.
Mar 3 3t 10
W. W. Adams, A
vs [ Fi Fa
Ambrusc Watts. J
BY Virtue of a AVrit'of Fi Fa to mc directed,
I will proceed to sell ?it EJgcfield C. IL, on
Monday, thc :10th March inst., thc following
property of the Defendant, to wit:
One Two Horse BUGGY.
ISACC BOLES, S. E. D.
Joseph II. Bouknight, Tiustce, "I
vt \ Fi Fa.
William Bouknight J
8Y virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed in
tin: above staled case, I will proceed to sell
it Edgtlield C. IL, on thu 1st .Monday in April
icxt, tbo following properly of thu Defendant
to wit :
THE HOME TRACT OF LAND, containing
???x Hundred and Six-'y Acre?, more or less, ad
joining land.-of C. V.'jlatnilton, Mrs. Wells and
?thers, and hi::g ?n Saluda River.
TKACT NO. TWO, known as thc Berry Tract.
? attaining Fifty-eitht Acre*, muru or les.?, ad
outing lands ot Toiiver Perry and others.
TRACT NO. Ti!P.EE, known as tho Wells
Tract, containing One Hundred ?md Twenty*
i.-ven Acre?, mor-* or less, adjoiuing land.- of Jas.
Merchant and nih STA.
Al.--.. One Four Hor/e WAGON and FOUR
ISAAC BOLES. S. E. D.
M.ir IO lt ll
n.M. F.F.-, 1
vi. Fi Fa.
WPMB HL-l-n. 1
BV Virtue i-f Writ of Fi Fa to mc directed In
the ab-ivo elated caie, ['will proceed to ?ell
it EJg. tie! i C. H., ia the lat Monday iu April
?...xi, tl.c fnllowinR property levied on as the
property of ike Defendant, WHsou Holston, to
ONE TRACT OF BAWD containing Three
Hundred ai ! l'tftj Aere-, luoro or le-.*, adjoining
isadjV.f the Kilala of A. Shealy,-Holstein
?i. Terms Ca.-li.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. I).
Mar in -it ll
.Tames Po rv, )
V? ' V Fi Fa
AWby Pony. J A
fl Y Virti.r a Wi it .,f Fi Fa t" inc directed,
*B J will proceed to sell ;.t J'..leefield Court
Wu,, oii tho fir.=t Monday ia April next, the
id'owmg property, to wit:
ONE TRACT ur LANI?, containing One
Hundred and Sevenjy Three Ai;ros, moro or less,
i l.i lining I .ind.- of .Milco Long, Crawford Pei ry,
Lien I'crry and others.
ISAAC BOLES,?. E. D.
Mar 10 -lt. ll
Daniel P. Hollo'way, "i
v--. I Fi Fa
George AV. Dorn. J
BY VTirlua ot' :i Writ of Fi Fa, lo mo directed,
in thc above stated case, 1 will proceed.to
.?ell al EdgcSeld (.'.mr: House, on the Jil Mouday
in April next, ONE TRACT OF LAND, con
taining Am Hundred and Seventy-five Aere?,
nmrc or loin?, belonging lo thc Defendant Georgo
W. Born, and adj dning lands of Mark Johnson,
William Watkins and others.
ISAAC BOLES; S. E. D.
-Mar:! ?t Ol
James A. Dozier, A
vs. \ Fi Fa.
M. N. Holstein. j
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa in tho above
.-tated case, I will proceed lo sell at Edge
held C. II., on Ibo 1st M juday in April next,
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Five Hun
dred Acres, more or lc.-s, levied ou ns thc proper
ly of tho Defendant M. N. Holstein, and bountied
by linds of Wm. Powell, Jas. Bnatwright, Rich
ard Holstein and Thomas Bates.
Also, THREE HORSES and THREE MULES
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Mar 3 St 10
Wm. T. (.'olding.
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa, to mo directed,
in tho nhovc stated ense, I will proceed to
sell at Edgcficld Court House, on tho 1st Monday
in April next, (nt thc risk of thc former purcha
ser.) tho following property belonging lo thc De
fendant AV. T. Golding, viz :
One Slorc-Houso and' Lot adjoining James B.
One Black Mule,
??3" Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Feb. li) 7t 8.
160 BBLS. Refined SUGARS, all varieties.
150 BBLS. IRISH POTATOES.
150 BBLS. FLOUR.
Arriving and for sale by
Augusta, Feb 24 lir 9
NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE.
WIiGiCwiIc and Retail Dealers
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
262 Broad Street,
At the Store Lately Occupied by
I. KAHN & CO.
E TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
thanking our friends for that liberal share of
their patronage oxtended to us while connected
with tho lalo firm of Git.vv, MULLARKY <fc Co.,
hoping, by close attention to business and fair
dealing, wo may still merit a continuance of tho
Ono of our Firm is now and will constantly re
main in NEW YORK, and will BUY ALL OUR
GOODS FOR CASH EXCLUSIVELY, which
will onalilc us to
SELL AS LOW, IF NOT LOWER,
THAN ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA. It is
unnecessary to enumerate tho different floods in
thc several Departments. Suffice it to say wc
are now DAILY RECEIVING and OPENING
NEW GOODS, which wo offer to our friends and
tho public at
Greatly Reduced Prices !
Owing to tba Ci RE AT DECLINE in all classes
of DRY GOODS.
All Orders entrusted to our caro shall have our
immediate and most careful attention.
ONE PRICE" ONI
CHEAP F.OR CASH!
^Z?^All Parcels DELIVERED FREE OF
CHARGE in any portion of the City or Hamburg
AUSTIN MULLARKY | JAS. H. MULLARKY
Augusta, Jun 2S lm5
Very line Dlack Alpacea,
Very fine Ulick Mohair,
Plain Pop?D?, very cheap,
Very line White Alapacca,
Drown Table Damask,
White Tablo Damask,
Large lot of Towels, very cheap,
Hoop Skirt?, thc very best,
Corsc-tts, all sizes, good and cheap
Wide soft finished Cambrick,
Tucked Linen Collar?,
Tucked Linen Cuffs.
Thc above gi.ods ore just to hand and for sale
Thc public arc respectfully Invited to examine
JAMES A. GRAY 1 CO.,
228 Broad Street.
Augusta, Jan. 80 tf_5_
J. A. VANWINKLE,
U?S now on hand a SPLENDID and FASH
IONABLE Stock of
Fin? Black Club Frock COATS :
" Business SUITS :
Medium linc Bushiutd SUITS;
Common do. do.
Fiuo ?nd Common OVERCOATS;
Fino Black Ca??iincrc PANTS ;
" Fancy do. ?lo.
" " Silk Velvet VESTS ;
'. Bl? ck do. dc?. do.
" Silk VESTS;
'. Fancy do. do.
'.' Black Cashmere VESTS.
Thu Subscriber (till continues the MER
CHANT TAILORING PUS1XESS. and has on
hand a ?;.'.. ndid Stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES. VESTiNOS, fine BEAVER, English
CORDUROY, ?nd ?ll kinds of Goods, which
will ba uiadd to mca.ure in thc MOST FASH
IONA BLE STYLES.
SIltRTS. nil Vi'ndi of UNDER OARMENTS,
Tiki?, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, Half HOSE,
p-per and Linen COLLARS, Hair BRUSHES
and COM LS, ?vc , Ac.
p??-Ai; Goods sold ;.t tho LOWEST CASH
J. A. VANU1NKLE,
2;i0 Brond Stiert,
Under Contra! Hotel,
Nov 11 3in4A
DIRECT FROM IRELAND,
3?"f\ DOZEN LADIES' AND GENTLE.
DUME.VS LTNKN CAMBRIC HEMMED
DILIECT KROM IRELAND,
VOll SALi: HY TJ1E DOZ? >' ONLY,
AT LESS THAN
NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES!
FIFTY PIECES MOST BEAUTIFUL
QUALITY IRISH LINEN.
g^TTbcso Roods must bo seen to bo apprecia
ted. Jnst received to-day by
JAMES A. (.'HAY & CO.,
Broad St., Augusto, Gu.
Jun 20 If 4
P&ESH SUPPLIES ?f
COFFEE, SUGAR, LARD, SALT,
CANDLES, SOAP. STARCH, SODA,
RICE, CHEESE, OYSTERS, SARDINES,
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO,
CONFECTIONERIES in variety.
Also, new stocks of DRY GOODS, SHOES,
Term?, Strictly Cash.
S. H. M AN G ET.
Feb ll tf 7
fffk LUS. BEESWAX wanted, for which tho
t?\? hiebest Cash price will bc paid.
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Mar 3 tf 10
GUARDIANS, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES,
Ac, will make their Annual Returns to
this Office by tho first day of April next. Thoso
.failing todo ?o byth.-.t day will bc Ruled to show
eau?. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
ALL persons hoviug claims against the Estate
of AV. E. MIDDLETON, doe'd., aro notified
to present tho same to tho undersigned without
delay, ami those indebtod to said Eatato are re
quested to pay up forthwith.
J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm'or
Oct. 9,18(37 *ly 41
NEW DRUG STORE !
No. 1, IPark Row,
Edgefield, S. C.
TClIE Subscriber takes plcnsure io announcing
to tko citizens of Edgefield that he is now re
ceiving and opening a LARGE and VARIED
These Goods wero selected in person from
the best IIouscs in tho City of New York, and
arc marked as low as such Goods can bo sold in
His motto will bc " QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS," and a firm adherenco to
the CASH SYSTEM.
JSPCash Customers will find it to their inte
rest to trade at thc Now Drug Store.
iS^Don't ask for credit-not even for a day
-as I am determined to sell for CASH-AND
FOR CASH ONLY. *
pS"An inspection of my Stock is earnestly so
T. W. CARWILE.
Jan 7 tf 2
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NAN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of thc Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTER8, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
EDW'D J. EVANS 6s CO.,
FR??T, SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL
GRAPES, SMALL FRUITS,
ROSE Si ORNAMENTAL SHRIWS,
HEDGE PLANTS, &c.
Warranted Garden Seeds
In full assortment, at wholesale and retail. Deal
ers, buying ia quantity, furnished with their own
address on bags, if desired.
Our Seeds are all carefully tested before send
ing out and WARRANTED TO GROW, if
properly planted and care for.
SEEDS AND PLANTS BY MAIL,
Wc make a speciality of sending G lt A PE
VINES, STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, and
other plants, by mail, putties them up securely,
and forward to any Post Office in the United
Thc following Catalogues arc issued and mailed
to any address, on receipt of stamp :
1. Amateur's Price Li.-tof Fruit and Ornemen
tal Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, ic.
2. Descriptive Strawberry Catalogue, (willi
:i. Wholesale Catalogue of Fruit and Orna
mental Trous, .lc.
4. Descriptiva Seed Catalogue.
.j. Descriptive Circular of New and Rare Seed.
0. Descriptivo Catalogue of Bedding Plants,
Fob io' 4tcow ii
BilEAfl! BREAD ! BREAD !
Bread tlie^t?ff of Life!
GOOD NEWS F?R?LL-OLD AND YOUNG
NO MORE BAD BREAD.
NO EXCUSE POU ANYBODY.
EVERYBODY can now have Nice, Light?
Sweet, Nutritious Bread. Housekeepers
and Heads of Families are Informed; that they
cnn now obtain what they baya long needed, viz:
a YEAST OR DAKING POWDER, that will
always give saii-faction and NEVER FAIL.
You can get this by asking your Grocer for
Drew's Infallible Baking Powder.
Not like thc ordinary Hop Yeast, which has tn
he put in the Flour, and lakes iii] night In Rain;
ir, but with DREW'S INFALLIBLE BAKING
POWDER, y:.u cm pul it right in your Flour,
and rt rm er? MISUTR'S time i: all dint is required
to maka delicious Ten, Ratter and Buckwheat
Cakes, Corn bread. Biscuit and every description
of Pastry. While this Baking Powder n>.t ouly
is thc cheapest, it is also tho BEST and HEAL
THIEST preparation of thc kind ever mada fur
Culinary purposes, and cannot bc excelled in
quality hy any other Manufacturers, In this coun
try or elsewhere.
Tho Eating of Hot Bread or Biscuit.-! made
with this preparation, causes no flatulence, ?>r
other injurious c Dec ts, and ir pan?cula'ly recom
mended to Dyspeptics. It is made fruin ri vego
Inblc preparation of perfect purity, and of Snowy
Mote Bread of the finest quality can bc made
from a Barrel nf Flour,, by using this Baking
Powder than by any otbor process yet known.
Full direction* nccutujiauy each Box.
For Sale by Grocers everywhere. Thc Trade
supplied by tho Solo Proprietors and Manufactu
DREW MANUFACTURING CO.,
218 Fulton Street, New York.
Don't forget thc Name, but ask for DREW'S
INFALLIBLE DAKING POWDER.
Feb 12 3m(ji.A.it.) 7
Toothache Instantly Cured !
Bli, HALL'S LONDON ANODYNE.
TTIIS GREAT TOOTHACHE CURE hns tho
endorsement nf tho London Medical Facul
ty, and will NEVER FAIL TO CURE THE
MOST DESPERATE CASE OF TOOTHACHE.
While it nets Instantaneously upon the norves
affected and gives immediate relief, there is
nothing in its composition in the slighest degrco
to injuro tho finest sot of teeth.
Do not throw your money away, and have
vour teeth extracted by dentists because thoy
?cbo you, but CURE YOURSELF by using
Hall's Anodyne for thc Cure of Tooihacho. For
salo by all first-class Druggists, or bv
DR. EDWARD ?IALL,
36 John St., New York.
Messrs. J. WINCHESTER & CO., 36 John
street, New York, Wholesale Agents.
Price 25 Ceiiii.
Feb 12 Gm(>t. A.A.) 7
ALL persons having anv demands against the
Estate ot WM. R. SALTER, dee'd., will
present tho same, properly attested, by or before
Wednesday, tho 22d April next, as on that day a
fmnl settlement will bo made, in the Ordinary's
Office, on said Estate. Those indebted to mid
Estate will pay up forthwith, or tho Administra
tors will bo forced to place all- such claims )
tait. M. M. PADGET, Ad'or
FOR salo nt this Office, LAW BLANKS OF
ALL KINDS at the most reasonable prices
May 15 tf Jg;
YOUR INTERESTS ARE AT STAKE.
PORE FLOUR OF RAW BONE,
A ND GUARANTIED TOBE PURE.
t^It is one of the Best Fertilizers for Gar
For sale by
J, SIBLEY & SONS,
No 6, Warren Block, Augusta. Ga
Jan 27 tf o
J, W. BACON & BRO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURERij AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
French and American Calf Skins,
And AU Other Kinds of Leather,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
169 Broad Street,
Undor Augusta lionel,
_.?Z?J~SADDLES nad HARNESS REPAIRED
and Mado to Order.
Augusta, Oct 7 6m41
TO MILL OWNERS.
FRENCH BURR) ESOPFS & COLOGNE
AND ALL KINES OF
Mill Furnishing Ware,
AT THE LOW WIT CASH P?l?E,
By . WM. BRENNER,
1S7 Broad Strreet,
Augusta, Jan 13 8m3
D. L. FULLERTON,
OPPOSITE AUG USC A HOTEL,
COKING ANS HEATING
&c, &c. A:c.
Also, Agent for tho Salo of the .
Hydraulic Clothes Washer and thc
Patent Inion Churn?
TTnE greatest want of Ihc Southorn Rousc
Kocpcr at present is LABOR, TIME AND
MONEY-SAVING INTENTIONS, to facilitate
and promote home comforts. Tb.e first and most
indispensable of these, is tho COOKING STOVE,'
to procure which it has been my caro tosolcet tho
BEST, and such as -vc most suitable 'for cur
CHIEF COOK STOVES
Aro so coustructcd that thc uio;.t perfect baking
qualities arc insured, togodior with economy in
thc usa of fuel, and simplicity and convenience,
which render them easily managed by any one,
however inexperienced. Those advantages havo
obtained for the Stoves a popularity unparalleled
in every section ?>? l!?o couutry. Those Steves
arc kept constantly on baud, togot'aer with tho
Charter Oak, Civilian and Tex ana
AU of which aro warranted as good operators.
V.'c refer to some of the persons in Edgelield
who arc u.-ir.g thc ClllLT COOK and CHAR
TER OAK :
Mr. S. NICHOLSON,
Rev. L. It. GWALTKEY,
Mr. JULIUS DAY.
?or. F. W. PIC KENS,
dov. M. L. BONHAM,
Mr. E. J. COLEMAN,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Rev. D. D. BRUNSON,
Mr. J. T. BACON,
Mr. M. LEBESCHULTZ,
And a host of others
pd-Bc sure and call on D. L. FULLERTON1",
opposite Augusta Rot?l. No other dealers, keep
tho same Stoves.
Augusta, Deo 24 4m 52
EBAL ESf?TE AGENCY.
?WTLL hereafter narr? on A REAL*ESTATE
AGENCY for the PURCHASING and SELL
ING OF HOUSES. LOTS and FARMS in
ridgefield District. Reliable Titles mad*, and
Titles examined promptly atnl correctly.
Parsons wishing to Purchase or Sell Rral Es
tate, will find it lo their interest to coiMsr with
inc. ot address mc through thc Post Office.
A fcc of Tin D illars will lie required in ad
vance, in'etch case, and if a purchase or sole is
. Ifcetcd tho amount will ko deducted ont of my
Partiel wishing thilr Roal EHatc ruMrtiscd,
can notify me. enclosing funds to pnf for the
I will continue to Practico in thc Courts of
Law nnd Equity ih all the Cou^s cf Record in
Office, Law Range.
J. L. ADDISON.
EdgcCcld 0_. H., Fob 10 tf 7
THE FLAN PAXTON formeiy owned by
Capt. R. MERIWETHER. The PLAN
TATION is situated \p Edgcfiold District, four
miles from Curry ton, and ?bent thirteen from
Hamburg, S. C.
This Plantation contains SIXTEEN HUN
DRED AND TWELVE-ACRES, and adjoins
lands of Samuel *Getz?n,"Joha Adnms, .Tamra
Cali ?.?on, Thomas McXie and olhcrs. It will be
divided into Tracts to suit purchasers, and will
bo sold at private salo on very favorable terms.
?SST*For further particulars, apply to Messrs.
GARV A G.?nv, Attorneys, who are fully empow
ered to soil, make titles, Ac, Ac.
Jan 14 ' iva S
Boot and Shoe Business
TUE Subscriber returns his warmest thanks to
tho people of EdeofielJ and vicinity for the
genorous patronage extended to him d?hng thc
past year, and will, by prompt and' faithful at
tontion to tho wishes of his customers, strive to
merit a continuance of their favcra.
Ho will carry on tho BOOT and SHOE BUSI
NESS at his oki stand, in rear of the Post Office,
and is prepared lo do all kinds of work in his
linc, in the BEST STYLE and with tba BEST
^SffPricos to correspond ,vith tho times,
ty Torrn?, STRICTLY CASn. No work
will be suffered to leave the Shop until paid for.
W. D. RAMSY.
Jan 1 tf 1
Butter and Lari
JUST received and for sale very low, TWO
FIRKINS FRE3R BUTTER, and ONE.
BARREL PURE LEAF LARD. w
Qi B. PEN?. '
Feb 12 . y tf . - fr
WARRANTED TO KILL. For sale by
THOS. W. 6ARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortars
Mar 3 tf 10