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IS AGAIN FILLED WITH
ISTew and Beutiful
And our Friends aro invited to call and examine,
The Stock was NEVER LARGER OR MORE
COMFLETE, embracing ALL the
NOVELTIES OF TUE SEASON.
We will take pleasure in sending Samples and
List of Prices to any who are unable to call and
We are SELLING VERY CHEAP.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
CORNER BY THE PLANTERS* HOTEL,
Mar 24 lm 13
10,000 Lbs. Hides
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MAR
KET PRICE FOR DRY HIDES IN
J. W. BACON & BRO.,
Saddle, Harness and Leather Manufacturers.
No. 169, under Augusta Hotel,
Marl? 2m 12
160 BBLS. FLOUR, different grades.
25,000 LBS. SMOKED BACON.
25,000 LBS. BULK BACON.
5,000 LBS. CHOICE HAMS.
10 TIERCES LARD.
100 Bbls. LIQUORS, all grades.
200 Sacks COFFEE, Rio, Jara and Lr
25 Half-chef to TEA, various grades.
75 Bbls. SYRUP, various grades.
With a full stock of SUGARS, CANDLES,
SOAP, Ac, for sale low by
O'DOWD i MULHERIN.
Augusta, Feb 21 tf 9
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT & CO.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
HAVE and i.re constantly receiving the
best assortment of FURNITURE that has ever
been in this market.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS.
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITS.
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
CHAIRS, SOFAS, TETE-A-TETE,
EXTENSION TABLES, of all lengths.
We particularly call thc attention of purcha
sers to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBER
SUITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
Our IHauufuct tiring Depart mont
Is still in operation. Special Orders ?-?ll be
promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
HAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTH,
REPS, TERRY and SPRINGS, and all article*
suitable T^r Maou'acturers, which we offer at Low
A large Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of eve
ry style and pattern, from thc Cheapest to thc
Finest, with all tlc New Style Fixtures.
Superintended by a competent man. COFFINS,
of all Descriptions aud Quality. M ET ALIC
CASES and CASKETS, of the mo.-t improved
styles, furni.-hed ut ull hours during the Dnv or
UNDERTAKERS can be supplied with TRIM
Augusta, Oct 23 Oui 43
CARPETS ! CARPETS"!
CARPETS ! !
GREAT INDUDCEMENTS OFFERED IN
our eiitire stock of tue following Kew Goods :
ENGLISH, BRUSSELS and YBLVET CAR
Heavy 3-ply Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS
Flux, Jule, Dutch and Hug CARPETS,
RUGS, MATS, CRUMP CLOTHS, DRUG
STAIR RODS, STAIR CRASH, ??ASSOCKS
Floor Oil Cloths.
A beautiful line of NEW PATTERNS, from
3 to IS leet wide, which wu will cut iu any .-hape j /
for Halls, Rooms, Au., Ac.
Table Oil Cloths.
Oil Cloth TABLE COVERS,
PIANO COVERS and TABLE COVERS,
VULCANIZED RU ?BER CLOTH forlufants'
A full assortment of the above gouds just re
Our SPRING STOCK, jost tu band, embra
cing many NEW PATTERN'S (all sizes male,)
with all ncc'.-sury >iuimings.
Red, Checked and White MATTINGS, 4-4,
5-4 and 6-4.
COCOA MATTING?, plain and striped.
Wall Papers and Borders.
PAPER SHADES and FIRE SCREENS,
Our SPRING STOCK of NEW PAPERS, iu
thc Latest Styles, ju.-t opening.
Damask and Lace Curtains.
CORNICES, BANDS, TASSELS and LOOPS,
A Beautiful Stock ?f tho above goods offering
at vtiy Lew Prices fur Cash by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Blt O AD STREET,
Feb 11_?f 7_
O'DOWD & M?LHER1N7
No. 2S3 Broad Street,
A FUL1. STOCK OF CHOICE GRO
CERIES AEWAV'S ON II AND.
.AST-Prompt Attention given to CONSIGN
MENTS and ORDERS.
Augusta, Feb 24 3m 9
HE Firm ot C. A. CH.EATHA'M ? BRO
. was dissolved by mutual oonsent on the
29th Feb. 18C8. AU persons indebted to said
Firm will caU and settle forthwith.
C. A. CHEATHAM,
OSCAR F. CHEATHAM.
MM 15 2t ki2
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.
228 Broad St.,
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY ARE NOW
LARGEST SPRING STOCK
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
,Yhich has been received at this Establishment for thc past
These Goods have been* purchased EXCLUSIVELY FOR
?ASH from the most eminent Importers of the United States,
rom the Manufacturers1 Agents direct, and in large quantities
rom the recent celebrated Auction Sales ordered by Messrs. BEN
:ARD & HUTTON, one of the very largest Importing Houses in
Having full access to the very best Houses in the world, and
mrchasing side by side with the largest Jobbers in the United
States, we can confidently and truthfully assure our friends that
3upply Their Demands for Dry Goods,
EITHER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
\.s cheap as they can purchase the same in New York.
Merchants visiting the city will please make a note of this facti
?xamine our assortment and judge for themselves. We would
espectfully invite .the closest examination of both styles and
JAB. A GRAY & CO.
328 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GAY
Augusta, Mar 30 tf 14
HE UNDERSIGNED IS AGENT at large
for South Carolina of tho
Piedmont Life Insurance Company
This Company was gotten fairly uudcr way
aboutJst of September 1S07, and to February 1st
JSCS, her receipts have amounted to $54,804.34,
while her losses havobcen nothing. This success
is unprecedented in the history of Life Insurance
Tho solvency of (ho Company, and tho charac
ter and business qualifications of her officers, arc
beyond lisputo. Persons Insuring in this Com
pany, will, without a shadow of doubt, at their
death, have paid to thc Beneficiary, thc sum in
sured for, less tho premium notes not absorbed by
the profits annually declared to policy holders.
S7i per cent of net profits are paid to policy
holders, and theso profits or dividends pay up ul
timately not only thc premium notes given by tho
patrons, but reduco annually thereafter, thc cash
payment, and finally, (success attending thc In
stitution), ?to premium will bo required, and thc
holder becomes possessed of a paid up policy
drawing his annual dividends from thc Company.
Bates: Cash portion-to secure at death, $1,
Atl5ycars ofagc$7.S0. At 20 years of ago $S.S0
" 25 " " 10.00. " ?0 " " 11.50
'*35 " " 13.45. "40 " " 15.86
? 45 " " 1S.45. " 50 " " 22.40
and at egos intermediate, and above 50, at inter
mediato and proportional ratos.
In addition to thc cash payment, a note at 12
months for the above amounts is given, thc inter
est at Ci pr. ct. being paid in advance. It is con
fidently expected that thc payment of theso notes
will never bc called ror, but bo absorbed or paid
by thc profits of tho business. Persons who have
not thc ready cash, can arrange with me upon a
short credit, for thc cash payment. These credit
notes however munt bo promptly met at maturity.
I nm also Agent for thc JAMES RIVER FIBE
INSURANCE COMPANY, and also for a LIVE
STOCK INSURANCE COMPANY.'
JOHN L. BRANCH,
Agont at largo for South Carolina.
Dr. WILLIAM PETTIGREW, j j^,^ Examine?.
Dr. J. ?V. HILL. J
Address tho Agent at Granitcvillo S. C. Resi
dence at Kalmia Mills, Edgcficld District.
?&~ Enquire at Glover's Hotel.
References-Messrs. BUTLEII <fc YOUJIAXS, Att'y's
at law, A. J. Nonnis, Esqr, Att'y. at law, M?j.
JOSKPII ABBEY;, Att'y at law, Rev. L. R. GWALT
NEV, D. R. DvmsoE. Esq., aud A. A. GLOVER,
Esq., all of Edgcficld C. H.
Dr. ISAAC BRANCH, Dr. J. J. WARDLAW, Rev.
D. MCNEILL TURNER, Col. ROBT. A. FAIR, Att'y.
at law, and Geul. S. MCGOWAN, Att'y. at law, all
of Abbeville C. II.
Mar 2 1m 10
.CADY & GRIFFIN, ATTORNEYS AT
LAW and SOLICITORS IN EQUITY, will
Practice in thc Courts of South Carolina, and in
thc United Sta'.cj Courts.
Ofiico in rear of thc Court House.
W. J. READY,
S. B. GRIFFIN.
Edgcficld, S. C., Feb 5, tf <
A. GLOVKlt announced to thc public
that bc has t:ow in st.,rc, and will bc constantly
receiving ALL SORTS AND STYLES OF
FA WILY GRO??'IIES,
from tuc Hoav'.i-et lo thc Lightest and Mist
TUso bc will sell, STBICT LY FOR CA SH, ::i
prie.-.- ii. suit thu present Laid time.-'.
He respectfully solicits all in search of Groce
ries to call ut thc Grocery Store on thc Corner.
Feb. 25, _tf_!>
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFJKLl) DIS'J RIOT,
IX OU DI NARY.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
U'hore ts, Theodore N. Lundy hui applied ti.
me for Letters ol' Administration, on all and
singular ilic goods and ch.ittels, rights und crcd
Xii of Walter I. Wells, late of the DistrLci
These uro, therefore, to cite ?nd admonish ni'
and singular, the kindred and creditors of tb?
laid deceased, t'> bc mid appear before un-, at on;
next Ordinary's Court for thc said District, to be
holden at EdgcGeld C. H.. on th;; til h dny ol
April next, to tho?- causa, if tiny, why the s
administration *koii!d ri'.: l-e granted.
(.'ive-: under my hand and eal, lhi>? 23d dav
Mur. in thc year of mir Lord mic thouraud ????ht
hundred and sixty-eight, and in thu ninety-second
veur of American Independence.
W. F. DnUSOE.O.E.D.
Mar 21 2t -1::
State of Soutli Carolina,
r>V W. V. DU Ul.* OK, Ks.j., Urdinary of Edrc
> field Dariel.
Whereas, William W. McDowell ba.-- applied
to me for Lette? of Administration, on all and
singular tho good* and chattels, rights and credit*
nf William McDowell, late of the District ature
Thrse are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and rihgular, the kindred and creditors cf thc
said deceased, to bc and appear before nie, at our
next Ordinary's Court fur tho said District, to be
holden at EdgcGcld Court House on the ."J day
of April next, tn ...bow cause, if any, why tho said
administra ion should not be granted.
luven under loy band and seal, this t'Otb day ol
Mar. in tho y-nr of utir Lord one thousand eiifhl
bundl ed and sixty-seven end in thc ninety-second
year of American Independence.
VV. F. Dl'KISOE, O.K.D.
Mar 24 _2t_ 13
State of South Carolina,
JN Ol! DINA ICY.
EX PARTE THEODORE N. LUNDY, Ad
ministrator (iu right of wife,) of the Es
tate of W. J. WEI,LS, deceased, Petition that
thc Property of raid Eslalc bc rc-a; praised.
On the application of T. N. l.unJy, Adm'or.,
of the Estate of W. J. Wells, dee'd., These arc to
cite and admonish all and singular tho next ol'
kin of said deceased, ns also nil ond singular thc
purchasers of properly at thc sale of said estate,
and all und singular tho creditors thereof to bo
and appear in my Office on Wednesday, tho 15th
of April next, to show cause, if any they have,
why the Sale Bill of snid Estato should not be
revised and the true value of tho property ascer
tained with a view to tho final settlement of said
WM. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
Mar 23,18GS. _ 3t 13
Errors ol* Youth.
A Gentleman whosufTcrcd for years from Ner
vous Debility, Prematuro Decay, nnd nil the
effects of youthful indiscretionj will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, tho recipe nnd dircctionsfor making the simple
remedy by which be was cured. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by the advertiser's experience cnn do
so by addressing, in porfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
May 27 ly 22
Information guaranteed to produce a luxuriant
growth of bair upon a bald head or bcurdloes
face, nlso a recipe for the removal of Pimples,
Blotches, Eruptions, otc, on tho skin, leaving tho
samo .?.'.!:, clear, and bonutiful, can bo obtained
without charge by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, CHEXIST,
823 Broadway, Now York.
Ropt 13 Sm 38
Tho Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of charge) to all who desiro it, tho
prescription with the directions for making and
using tho simple remedy by which he was cured
of alung affection and that dread discaso Consump
tion. His only object is to benefit the afflicted aud
ho hopes every sufferer will try thu prescription,
as it will cost them nothing, and may provo a ,' j
blessing. Please addross 1
RKV. EDWARD' A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St., Williamsburg, N. Y '
Sept 13_8m 33 | -
King of Pain I ! :
JUST Received a supply of tho KING OF
PAIN. For salo by
THOS. W. CARWILE, .
At Sign O'oldon Mortar.
Feb 26 tf ?
State of South Carolina,
"Willard Brooks and otbcrs, 1
vs [Bill forPar'n
T. n. Clark, Ad'or., and ! and Bolicf.
Charlotte M. Brooks. J
BY virtue of an order of the Court in this cause,
I will sell at Edgcfield C. II., on Monday,
tho Gth of April next, tho following BEAL ES
TATE of SAMUEL BROOKS, dee'd., to wit:
THE LOT OE LAKD in thc Village cf Edge
field, known ns tho Bushnoll Carriage Shop, ad
joining Lots of T. J. Whitaker and others.
ONE LOT OF LAND in the Village of Edge
field, containing Fourtoon Acres, moro or less,
adjoining lands of M. Lcbcschultz, B. C. Bryan
Sold on a credit until first day of January
next, with interest from day of sale. Except as
to Costs of Suit and Expenses of Salo which
must bo paid in Cash. Purchasers to givo Bond
with at least two good sureties and a mortgage of
tho premises to secure the purchase money. Titles
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Mar l l 3t 12
W. II. Timmerman, Ex'or., ")
vs. [ Fi. Fa.
J. D. Turner. J
BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. to me directed,
in thc ahovo stated case, j I will proceed to
sell at Edgcficld C. II. on tho 1st Monday in April
next, tho following property of tho Defendant,
J. D. Turner, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing TwoITun
dred and Sixty-Four Acroo, moro or less adjoin
ing lands of Burrell T. Boats-right and othors.
Also, TWO HORSES and Ono Two norse
Terms Cash. ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Mar. 12 4 ta 12
William A. Harris, }
vs. I Fi. Fa.
John Bauskctt. J
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa. in tho above
stated case to mo directed, I will proceed to
sell atEdgcfield C.H.,on theist Monday in April
noxt, tho following property of the defendant,
John Bauskctt, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Three
Hundred Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of |
Mrs. Lucy Bcttis and others.
TRACT NO. 2, known as thc Peter Day Tract,
containing Four Hundred Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of John Bell, Alfred Hatcher and
TRACT NO. 3, containing Thirty-Five Hun
dred Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Al
fred Hatcher, Dr. Croft and others. On this
Tract, their is a Saw Mill and a Grist Mill-both
on Shaw's Creek.
jjSr Tcrm3 Cash.
' ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D
Mar. 12 Ito 12
W. W. Adams, ]
vs [? Fi Fa
Ambrose Watts. J
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to mc directed,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
tho Its Monday, in April next, the following
property of thc Defendant, to wit:
Ono Two Horse BUGGY.
ISACC BOLES, S. E. D.
Mar 1 ll _ot_lj_
Joseph II. Bouknight, Trustee, ")
vs [ Fi Fa.
William Bouknight. J
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed in
tho above staled case, I will proceed to sell
it Edge-field C. IL, on the 1st Monday in April
next, the following property of the Defendant
to wit :
THE HOME TRACT OF LAND, containing
Six Hundred and Sixty Acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of C.V. Hamilton, Mrs. Wells and
others, aud lying on Saluda River.
TRACT NO. TWO, known ns thc Berry Tract,
containing Fifty-eight Acres, moro cr less, ad
joining lauds ol' Tolivcr Perry and others.
TRACT NO. Till!EE, known as tho Wells
Trnct, containing Ono Hundred and Twenty
seven Acres, more or les?, adjoining lands of Jas.
Merchant .-.nd others.
I will als.-? sell at thc residence of tho Defen
dant HI 1'riday thc 1 Oth of April, thc following
Persona! Pro) crtv of said DnVndunt, lo wit:
STOCK OF HOUSES AND MULES,
CATT I .E. Ili)?;S. SH KEP,
WAGONS, OX CART,
150 BUSHELS CORN,
1000 POUNDS BACON,
BUGGY, CA RR IA (iE, Ac.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Marin -lt lt
Sheriff 's Sale.
H. M. Fol!:,
BY Virtue nf Writ ot' Fi Fa to me directed in
thc ah-.,v.; stated cate. I will proceed to sdi
it Edgcficld C. IL, on the ht Monday in April
nix', the following property levied on as the
pmpcrly of the Defendant, Wilson Helston, tu
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Three
Hundred and Fifty Acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Ibu Estate of A. S healy, -Holstein
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
MarlO 4t . ll
James Pe:ry, )
vs > Fi Fa
Wesley Ferry. J
jj? Y Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa tn mc directed,
?J I wi.l proceed to sett at Edgefield Court
lli.itse, on the lir.a Monday in April next, thc
following properly, !.. wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing One
Hundred and Seventy Three Acre--, more or I. s.?,
idjoining lands ol' Mike Long, Crawford Perry,
I5':ii Perry m..I others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
MarlO 41 ll
Daniel P. Holloway,
George W. Dorn.
BY Yirlue of a Writ of Fi Fa, to me directed,
in thc nbovo stated case, I will proceed to
tell at Edgefield Court House, off the 1st Monday
n April next. ONE TRACT OF LAND, con
dining One Hundred and Seventy live Acres,
non: or less, belonging to tho Defendant Gcorgu
IV. Dorn, and adjoining lands of Mark Johnson,
William Watkins and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Mar ?J 5t Ol
James A. Dozier, ")
vs. \ Fi Fa.
M. N. Holstein. J
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa in thc above
stated case, I will proceed to sell at Edgo
icld C. H., on tho 1st Monday in April next,
JNE TRACT OF LAND, containing FivcHun
Ired Acres, more or less, levied on as tho propcr
y of tho Defendant M. N. Holstein, and hounded
i"y lands of Wm. Powell, Jas. Boatwright, Rich
ird Holstein nnd'Thonns B.itcs.
Also, TUREE HORSES and THREE MULES
p?3~ Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D. .
Mar 3 5t 10
Ira Golding, |
Win. T. Golding. j
BY Virtuo of a Writ of Fi Fa, to mo directed,
in tho above stated case, I will proceed to
lell at Edgefield Court House, on tho 1st Monday
n April next, (at tho risk of tho former purcha
cr,) the following property belonging to tho De
endant W. T. Golding, viz :
One Storc-Honse and Lot adjoining James B.
One Black Mule,
?&f Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Feb. 19 7t 3.
BBLS. Refined SUGARS, all varieties.
150 BBLS. IRLSn POTATOES.
150 BBLS. FLOUR.
Arriving and for salo by
Augusta, Fob 24 1m 9
AYING accepted several Agencies, I am
propared to relievo the Ladies almost entirely of
tho hardships of household business, such as
SEWING, WASHING, MAKING SOAP, CAN
DLES, ?c., and to furnish them, and tho gentle
men, with GOOD and USEFUL BOOKS to read
at their leisure.
I have thc
Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
Tho ONLY SELF-GUIDING SEWING MA
CHINE IN TUE WORLD! Costs only T went/
Dollars. I also havo a
Jackson's Universal Washing Com
Tho greatest labor savers known, and which strip
wash-day of its terrors. The COMPOUND will
removo Paint, Grease, Stains, &c, and cure
Chapped Hands, ?c. It is worth five times tho
cost of thc Right for a toilet article alone. Try
it, and you will uso nothing else.
The Eureka Illuminating Oil.
CHEAP, CLEAN and NEAT ! Makes a bril
liant Light! No Smoko ! No offensivo Smell!
No Grease! Not explosive ! Not dangerous to
use like Kerosene !
The Pictorial Sunday Book,
Containing an Account of thc Manners, Rites and
Traditions of thc Jews and other Eastern Na
tions, Ac. Tho wholo explanatory of many por
lions of tho Old and New Testaments. Ry Robt
THE YOUTH'S OR PEOPLE'S HISTORY
OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR,-Tho only
History of thc War from a Democratic stand
point. By R. G. Horton.
These Books should be in every house.
CgTAgents wanted in each Battalion to assist
kW. L. PARKS, Agent.
Mar IG tf 12
500 TONS OF THIS FERTILIZER
now ready for sale. Planters aro respectfully in
vited to visit our works on South Boundary St.,
in this City, and satisfy thcmselvos as to quality
and mode of preparing tho article.
It is rich in Ammonia and Phosphate, and sui
table for all Field Crops and the Garden.
Below we append an Analysis made by General
RAINS, on tho 17tli February last, of the Ammo
nia Phosphate, as offered for sale:
Organic Matter Ammonia and necessary Mois
Carbonate and Nitrate Potash, Chloride of
Sodium and Uratc of Ammonia, 70.00
Alumina and Magnesia and Iron each, a
Carbonic Acid, 60.00
Limo (Protox Calcium,) 75.00
Lime (Phosphato and Nitrate) 105.00
Sulphite, and Hypo-Sulphite and Loss,
Sulphur and Sulphuret Calcium, 22.50
Siliceous Matter, 277.50
_/2s9~Prico, $10 per ton, Cash. $45 per ton pay
able 1st Nov. next,-City acceptance.
^?"ST-Pamphlets with full particulars at our
Office, No. 300, Broad Street.
J. A. ANSLEY & CO.,
Augusta Fertilizing Manufacturing Co.
??-Al.?n, Agents for tho CELEBRATED
CALHOUN & ATKINSON TURNING
PLOW, made at Maysville, Kentucky. All
sizes on hand.
August?, Mar 2 2m 10
St) TONS PERUVIAN GUANO.
Zo TONS WHITLOCK & CO'S. CE*
25 TONS WOOLSTON'S PHOS
For sale by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No. 0, Warren Block, Augusta, Gu.
MarlO 7t ll
THE WANDO COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
PARKERS AND PLANTERS
C3M11IX?NG IS THE HIGHEST DEGREE
TUE REQUISITES for thc largest yield of
Cotton and Corn. Our friends who have tried
thu FERTILIZER giro their unqualified tcsti
inuny of iu completo success* in largely ?aereas*
lng the yield of their crops. Where the applica
tion w.is doubled, tho lacrean of yield was fully
as great, nnd wc are a.-<urcd that it has proved
Painters will find it advantngcMis to work les*
ground, tn cultivate moro thoroughly, and to ap
ply liberally n preparation such us tho above.
Aie ma !c under thc supervision of
Dr. St. JULIEN KAVEXEL, Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL EN
SURE a reliable article. Wo have no hesitation
in "tating that in our standard manure thc pub
lic have a FERTILIZER which will give tho
most satisfactory results. WE CLAIM THAT
AT TilE SAME COST PER ACRE, THIS
ARTICLE WILL 1)0 BETTER THAN PE
RUVIAN GUANO, our friends writing that
Guano loses It* effect upon th? plant generally
about the beginning of .September, and this sus
tainine tho plain in a green and healthy condi
tion until killed by fro.<t. Directions for usc sent
wiih shipments. Prico $05 dollars per ton of
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
PURE BONE FLOUR,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
At $05 per ton cf 2000 Pounds.
WM. Ci DUKES & CO., Agents.
Charleston, Mir 2_lm 10
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 is usually kept in a first class
j"J?f"Como and sec, and judge for yourselves,
and remember that my terms are STRICTLY
JZST'AW orders accompanied with tho Cash will
bo strictly and faithfully filled.
JG. J. SHEPPARD.
Longtime, S. C., tf 42
havo removed our BAR-ROOM from
next door to tho Adctrtiier Office, to tho Bar
Room stand recently ocoupiod by W. T. Golding,
whore CHARLIE GRAY will bo pleased to wel
eomo and wait on our old friends and customers.
C. A. CHEATHAM ? BRO
Mar 16 tf 12
CASH, OR CREDIT FOR APPROVED
XTLS we are constantly receiving GUANO which
can be shipped without the expense of storage
and other expenses, und in orrler to increase our
sales for Cash, to meet heavy payments, we hare
determined to reduce our prices at Savannah and
Augusta S5 por ton, for all ORDERS ACCOM
PANIED WITH TEE MONEY. Our prices
will therefore bo uniform, as follows :
PII OIYIX GUANO.
Imported direct to Savannah from McKean's
Island. Price per ton of 2,000 lbs. at Savannah,
$50 Cash, or $62 payable 1st November; at Au
gusta, $55 Cash, or $70 payable 1st November.
Wilcox^ Gibbs & Co's. Manipulated
A mixture of PHOENIX and PERUVIAN, well
pulverized and mixed under our personal super
vision. Price at Savannah, $65 per ton of 2,000
lbs., Cash, or $80 payable 1st November ; at Au
gusta, $70 Cash, or $35 payablo 1st November.
Pore No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
Direct from Peruvian Agent, at lowest market
prico at Savannah and Augusta, for CASH.
^Sf*We would advise those who wish to buy I 17
GUANO on time, to apply at once as drafts must ' A
be executed, and approved, or other satisfactory
irrangements effocted befcro shipments arc made
Orders solicited and promptly Ulled. Address
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN GUANO
No. 96 Bay Street, Savannah, or
No. 241 Broad St., Augusta.
Augusta, Jan. 20 3m 4
NEW DRUG STORE! -?
No. 1, Park Row,
Edgefleld, S. C.
JL HE Subscriber takes pleasure in announcing
:o the citizens of Edgefield that he is now.ro
:eiving and opening a LARGE s.nd VARIED
These Goods were selected in person from
he best Houses in tho City of New York, and
ITO marked as low os such Goods can be sold in
His motto will be " QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS," and a firm adherence to
he CASn SYSTEM.
tS*"Cash Customers will find it to their inte
;est to trade at thc New Drug Store.
ty Don't ask for credit-not even for a day
-as I am determined to sell for CASH-AND
?OR CASH ONLY. :
jS?~An inspection of my Stock is earnestly so
T. AV. CARWILE.
Jan 7 tf 2
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
IE AN'S HEPATIC HITTERS, an unfailing
.cmcdy for all Diseases of thc Digestivo Organs
ind thc Liver. For ?ale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTUKKN TONIC, PANK
S'lN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, n:i unfailing
-cmcdy for all Diseases of the Digestive Organs
ind tho Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
SIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
emedy for all Diseases of thc Digestive Organs
md tho Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
BREAD! BREAD ! BREAD !
Bread the Stair of Life ?
300D NEWS FOR ALL-OLD AND YOUNG
NO MURE BAD BREAD.
N*0 EXCUSE FOB ANYBODY.
EVERYBODY can now hivo Nice, Lijphr.
Sweet, Nutritious Dread. Housekeepers
md Heads of Families arc informed, that thoy
.an now obtain what they have long needed, viz:
i YEAST OR BAKING POWDER. that_ will
ilwuys give satisfaction and NEVER FAIL.
L'on can get this by asking your Grocer for
Drew's Infallible Baking Powder.
Not like thc ordinary Hop Yeast, which has to
>e put in thc Flour, and takes all nihill to Raise
t, but with DREW'S INFALLIBLE BAKING
'OWDER, you can put it right in your Flour,
iud nt'TEKN MINI TE'S timo i? all that is required
o make delicious Tea, Batter und Buckwheat
}iikes, Corn-bread, Biscuit aud every description
if Pastry. While this Baking Powder not only
s the cheapest, it ls also tho BEST and HEAL
THIEST preparation of thc kind ever made for
Culinary purposes, and cannot be excelled in
liiality by any other Manufacturers,in this coun
ry or elsewhere.
Tho Facing of Hot Bread or Biscuits made
viih this preparation, cause.) no flatulence, or
Iber injurious effects, and is particularly recoin
Bended to Dyspeptics. It is made from a vtgo
ablo preparation of perfect purity, and of Snowy
-More Bread of tho finest quality can be made
rom a Barrel of Flour, by using this Baking
*owdcr than by any other process yet known.
Full direction* aceomitaujf each ?lox.
For Sale by Grocers everywhere. Tho Trade
upplicd by tho Sole Proprietors and Mnnufactu
DREW MANUFACTURI?YC CO.,
21S Fulton Street, New York.
Don't forget thc Namo, but ask for DREW'S
NFALLIBLE BAKING POWDER.
Feb 12 3m(M.A.M.) 7
Toothache instantly Cured !
BY USING .
I HUI'S \
rlllS GREAT TOOTHACHE CURE has tho
endorsement of the London Medical Facul
y, and will NEVER FAIL TO CURE THE
JOST DESPERATE CASE OF TOOTHACHE.
Vhile it nets instantaneously upon thc nerves
fleeted and givos imm?diate relief, there is
Kithing in its composition in the slighest degree
0 injure tho finest sot of teoth.
Do not throw your money away, and have
our teeth extracted by dentists because they
che you, but CURE YOURSELF by using
Iall's Anodyno for the Cure of Toothache. For
ale by all first-class Druggists, or by
DR. EDWARD HALL,
36 John St., Kew York.
Messrs. J. WINCHESTER A CO., 36 John
trect, New York, Wholesalo Agents.
Price 25 Cents.
Fob 12 6m(M. A.A.) 7
f/\ LBS. BEESWAX wanted, for which tho
?\f highest Cask pri?e will bc paid.
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Mar 3 tf ]0
LL persons having claims against the Estate
._ of W. E. MIDDLETON, doe'd., are notified
0 prosent the same to the undersigned without
clay, and those indebted to said Estate are re
nested to pay up forthwith.
J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm?pr
Oct, 9, 1867 *ly tl
lt OUR INTERESTS ARE AT STAKE.
PURE FLOUROF RAW BONE,
I ND GUARANTIED TO BE PURE
tg^It is ono of th? Beat Fertilizers for Gar
For sale by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No 6, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga
Jan 27 tf 5
J, W, BACON & BRO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
renell and! American Calf Skins,
And All Oilier Kinds of Leather,
?Icc., J.e., kc,
169 Broad Street,
Un 3er Augusta Hotel,
.^SB-SADDLE S and HARNESS REPAIRED
d Made to Order.
Augusta, Oct V tim-! 1
"O MILL OWNERS.
HENCH BUKE, ESOPDS & COLOGNE
AND ALL KINDS OF
Mill Furnishing Ware,
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE,
By WM. BRENNER,
107 Broad Strreet,
Augusta, Jan 13 6m3
L L. FULLERTON,
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
OKING AMD HEATING
?kc, ?kc, ?kc
Also, Agent for the Salo of the
vd ra ii lie Clothes Washer and the
Patent Union Chum.
. HE greatest want of -tho Southern Hou?e
leper at present is LABOR, TIME AND
QNEY-SAVING INVENTIONS, to lacilitato
e. promote Lt mc comforts. Thc first and most
lispcnsable . i these, iii tho COOKING STOVE,
procuro which it has been my cara to select the
DST, and such at: are most suitable for our
IHIEF COOK STOVES
e so constructed thr-t the most perfect baking
alitkf ?rc insured, together with economy in
s usc of fuel, and simplicity and convenieuco,
lich render them easily mauaged by any one,
wever inexperienced. Theso advantages have
tained for the Stoves e popularity unparalleled
every Eection of the country. These Stoves
; kept constantly on lund, together with the
larter Oak, Civilian and Texaua
1 of which are wurrauiod as good operator;-.
Wc refer to some of tho persons in Eigs.icld
ie are using the CHIEF COOK aud CHAU
HL OAK :
Mr. S. NICHOLSON,
Rev. L. R. GWALTNEY,
Mr. JULIUS DAY,
Sov. F. W. PJCKEXS,
Hov. M. L. BONHAM,
Mr. E. J. COLEMAN,
Or. J. A. DEVORE,
Rev. D. D. BItUNSON,
Mr. J. I. BACON,
Mr. M. LEBEtiCIiUITZ,
id a host of others.
??T~Ee sure and call on D. L. FULLER? ON,
posite Augusta Hotel. No other dealers kee y
Augusta, Dec 24 -1m 52
BEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
WILL hereafter carry on A REAL ESTA TH
AGENCY fer the PURCHASING nnd SELL
G OF HOUSES, LOTS and FARMS ii)
gc?cld District. Reliable Titles made, and,
les examined promptly a".i correctly.
Persons wishing to Pnrchosa or Sell Real Er?
c, will find it to their interest to confer with
, or address me through the I'ostOfiice.
V fcc of Ten Di/llars will be requirod in : A
icc, in each case, and if a purchase or talc H
jeted thc amount will bc deducted out ot my
L'artics wishing their Real Estate advertid ii,
i notify me, enclosing funds to pay for ti c
[ will continue to Practice in thc Courts rf
w and Equity in all thc Ciurts of Record tn
)ffice, Law Rango.
J. L. ADDISON.
Idgefield C. H., Feb 10 tf ?
HIE PLANTATION formerly owned bv
Capt. R. MERIWETHER. The PLAN
-TION is situated in EJgc?eld District, iou
les from Curryton, and rbout thirteen fro?
mburg, S. C.
rbis Plantation contains SIXTEEN HUN
tED AND TWELVE ACRES, and adj des
ds of Samuel 'Gctzen, John Adams, JI.UK <
llison, Thomas McKio and others. It will
ided into Tracts to suit purchasers, and wiil
sold at private sale on very favorablo term?.
^S0**For further particulars, apply to Messn
Ri" k GARV, Attorneys, who are fully emp<
d to sell, make titles, ?.c., kc.
fan 14 3m 3
oot and Shoe Business
For 1868 !
UlE Subscriber returns his warmest thankc n
thopcoplo ofEdgeficld and vicinity far ha
iorou8 patrorage extended to him durir g (Le
it year, and will, by prompt and faithlul at .
ti'jn to tho wishes of his customers, strive tu
rit: a continuance of their favors.
Ie will carry on the BOOT and SHOB BUST
?SS at his old stand, in rear of thc Post Offio-.
1 is prepared to do all kinds of wrrk bi h\
?, in tho BEST STYLE and with the BEST
?-&*Price8 to correspond with tho times.
ST Terms, STRICTLY CASH. No work
1 bo suffered to leave tho Shop until paid f-.r.
W. D. RAM EY.
r?a 1_tf 1
Butter and Lard. .
UST received and for sale very low, TWO
FIRKINS FRESH BUTTER and ONE
.F.REL PURE LEAF LARD.
G. L. PENN. .
ITARRANTBD TO KILL. For sale by
? THOS. W. CARWILF.
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Jiu 3 tf 10