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GRAF & TURLEF,
iAxigiist?, Oa. '
PARIS EMBROIDERED ROBES, ontirely new
.styles,;exc?usiv?jy ourown; andjiot to be bad
in any other house ia the city.
GRAY A TURLEY
BLACK AND WHITE HERMANIE,-extra
quality of White and Black Hermanie, full two
yarda-wide,for Shawls. , ai . .. - *
. I . t*Jf-l GRAY A TURLEY.
FRENCH PRINTED BRILLIANTS, rich and
beautiful in design and perfectly 'fast colors,
v GRAY A TURLEY.
BLEACHED AND BROWN DAMASK-Irish,
German, and Barnsby Damask, in great varie
ty, at very low prices.
GRAY A TURLEY.
BISHOP AND VICTORIA LAWKS, in great
GRAY A TURLEY.
Angosta, Mar 24_? ' _- .
JACONET AND CAMBRIC MUSLINS, very
cheap. _GRAY A TURKEY.
NAINSOOK AND INDIA MULL, Plain, Striped
and Checked. Just received.
_GRAY A TURLEY.
SWISS AND SWISS MULL, just oponed.
_ GRAY A TURLEY.
PARASOLS IN GREAT VARIETY-Gold
Shower, Silver Slower, Medallion Beaded, Oro
Grain Crape. Poulard, Ac.
_?'? GRAY a TURLEY.
SPRING COLORS KID GLOVES. Fresh
stock._ GRAY A TURLEY.
LEN OES AND CAMELOTS, a beautiful goods
in new colors, for lodi ea* dresses.
" _ GRAY A TURLEY.
GRANITE LUSTRES, CHECKED POPLINS,
FANCY CHALLIES, MELANGES, JASPER
CLOTHS, all new styles.
_GRAY A TURLEY.
WHITE AND BLACK CRAPE -MARETZ,
two yards wide for Shawls.
J_ Al . ji GRAY A TURLEY.
SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, LONG CLOTH,
PILLOW CASING, COUNTERPANES.
GRAY A TURLEY.
BLACK CHALLIES, of the following classifica
tion : Extra, Super, Extra Super and Sublime.
Just received._GRAY A TURLEY.
Pink,J3nff, Bluo and;Purple CHALLIES, Super,
Extra Super and Sublime qualities.
Just received._GRAY A TURLEY.
Plaid and Checked Patent POPLINS, in beaoti
Just received._GRAY A TURLEY.
Plain French LAWNS, in Bluff, Pink, Blue and
_GRAY A TURLEY.
Printed ORGANDIES and MUSLINS, in great
variety._GRAY A TURLEY.
CRAPE MARETZ and GRENADINES, in plain
colors. Great variety.
_GRAY A TURLEY.
White ALAPACA and LUSTRE, from cheap to
very filie. Just opened.
_GRAY A TURLEY.
GALLOONS, COTTON TRIMMINGS, ALLI
ANCE BRAIDS. COTTON FRINGE, PECOT.
TRIMMINGS. Pequa and Cotton Ball BUT
TONS, in black, white and color*. .
Great variety. GRAY A TURLEY.
TRIMMING RIBBONS, in great variety.
Just received. GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Mar 21 tf. 13
Bloc, Bluff. Pink and Grceu CHAMBREYS, and
Just opened. GRAY A TURLEY.
CSrir o o?iriosf .
TPlIE Undersigned, lately of the Firm of
FLEMING & HOWLAND, offers for sale
a LARGE and WELL SELECTED Stock o
GROCERIES, consisting in i>art of
BACON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE,
Plantation Supplies Generally !
ALSO, AGENT FOR THE
Will be found at thc ol? stand, 29G Broad
CHAS A. ROWLAND.
GEORGE ROBINSON will bc glad to see his
friends AS above.
Augusta, Mar 9 1m ll
RUIT TREES, consisting of APPLES,
PEAR, PEACHES, Ac, Ac.
GRAPE VINES, largely CONCORD and
CLINTON, with a good Stock of all the leading
old and new varieties.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS, mainly WIL
EVERGREENS, FLOWERING SHRUBS,
ROSES, DAHLIAS, BEDDING PLANTS of J
every description Ac , Ac.
Our Stock of Trees and Plants is large and
unusually well grown.
Prices as low as the leading Northern Nurse"
rios ; and plants groicn in aud adnpttd to our
Catalogues mailed free. Address
P. J. BERCKMANS,
Augusta, Jan 20 ?,m 4
Same-el Mays; (Col.) ^
Sntnuel Drayton, (Col.) |
Alford Mays. (Col.) I ". "
Frunces Murray. J
BY Virtue of the Exeentiun ia the above stated
ca e, I wi'.! proceed to sell nt the Sraniteville
Depot, on the S. C. Railroad, on Friday thc 10th
dav of A nril next.
TWO BALES OF COTTON lea vied on as the
properjy of the Defendant, Frances Murray.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
State of South Carolina,
Lv ouuixAu r.
BY W. F. DUKISOE, Esquire. Ordinary of
Whereas, L. V. Turner has. applied to me .ror
Letters of Admini.-tr ition, teith thc Will annexed,
on all and singular the goods and c'a ittle-, rights
and credits of James H.ukerson, lute of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These arc, therefor*, to cite and admonish all
and siuguUr, the kindred and creditors of the
?aid decensed. to be and appeitr before mo, ut our
Ordinary's Court fur the said District, to be hol
den at Edgc?uld Court House, ou the 13th day ol
April next, to show cause, if any why the said .ul
lainistrat?oa ?hoiUd bo grunted.
Given -udor in-y baud and*sea1. this Thirtieth
day of March, in thc year of our Lord ono thou
sind eight hundred -.nd Sixty eight and in the
Hind year of American Iudepoocecc.
W. P. DURISOE, O.E.D.
April 1_- ' 2t_J4_
Come all that suffer with
.TUST received and tor sale Dr HALL'S ANO
eJ DYNE-a suro euro for Tooth Ache.
TilOS. W. CARWILE.
At Sign Golden Mortar.
April 1_tf _U_
Bread! Bread! Bread!
1have just recked DREW'S YEAST or LAK
ING POWDERS-the Best ever made. For
?al? vory low bj
TIICo. W. CARWILE,
At Siga Goldeu Mortar.
WARRANTED TO OTJRE. Just recoieved
and for sale by
G. L. PENN.
Pajiknin's Hepatic? Bit
ASURE and PERMANENT CUKE for
Dyapepsi* and Genera 1 Debility. For sale
bj .; THOS. W. CARWILE,
At e;cn Golden Mortar.
Pe* 38 *
SPRIN?; GOODS !
IS AGAIN FILLED WITH
ISTew land Beutiful
And our Friends are invited to call and examine.
The Stock was NEVER LARGER OR MORE
COMFLETE, embracing ALL tho
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
Wo will take _pleasu.ro in sending Samples and
Listfpf Price? tc- any -who are unable to call and
.see us. I**'i ' - - . . 1
We are SELLING VERY CHEAP.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
" CORNER BY THE PLANTERS' HOTEL,
Mar 24 Im M
10,000 Lbs. Hides
WE WILL PAY THE HPGHEST MAR
KET PRICE .FOR DRY..HIDES IN
ANY QUANTITY. ^ vJC?2
J. ?V. BACON-& BRO.,
Saddle, Harness and leather Manufacturers.
No. 1G9 .-'-under Augasta Hotel,
Mar 17 2m 12
100 BBLS. FLOUR, different grades.
25,000 LBS. SMOKED BACON. "
23,000 LBS. BULK BACON.
5,000 ?BS. CHOICE HAMS.
10 TIERCES LARD.
100 Bbls. LIQUORS, all grades.
200 Sacks .COFFEE, Rio, Java and La
\iV f .. guayralf illaJi . fitii-U 3
25 Half-chests TEA, various grades.
75 Bbls. SYRUP, various grades.
With a full stock t>f SUGARS, CANDLES,
SOAP, <fcc, for salo low by'
O'DOWD A MPLHEMN.
Augusta, Feb 24 . tf S
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT & CO.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
I ?> \1 f>i i* ?. > iM?1
WE HAVE and are 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.
Wc particularly call thc ott? ion c f nurcha
?crs to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBER
SUITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
Our Manufacturing Department
is still i? ept/ation. Special Orders will be
promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
HAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTH,
REPS, TERRY and SPRINGS, and all articles
suitable lor Manufacturers, whieb woott':r at Low
A large Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of eve
ry style and pattern, from the Cbeapeat to the
Finest-, with all tho New St} le Fixture*.
Superintended by ii competeat man. COFFINS,
?f ull Descriptions and Quality. METALIC
CASES and CASKETS, of thc most improved
style.-, furnished at oll hours during the Day or
Night. "? I
UNDEPTAKERS can be supplied with TRIM
Augusta, Oct 23 ; Cm 43
CARPETS ! CARPETS^!
CARPETS ! !
GREAT INDUDCEMENTS OFFERED IN
our entire stock of the following New Goods :
ENGLISH, BRUSSELS and VELVET CAR
Heavy 3-ply Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS
Flax, Jule, Dutch and Rug CARPETS,
RUGS, MATS, CRUMP CLOTHS, DRUG
STAIR RODS, STAIR CRASH, HASSOCKS
Floor OU Cloths.
A beautiful linc of NE AV PATTERNS, from
3 to IS feet wide, which wo will cut in any shape
for Halls, Rooms, ?c., ic.
Table Oil Cloths.
Oil Cloth TABLE COVERS.
PIANO COVERS and TABLE COVERS,
VULCANIZED RUBBER CLOTH for Infants'
A full assortment of the above goods just re
Our SPRING STOCK, just to hand, embra
cing many NEV," PATTERNS (all sizes made,)
witli all necessary trimmings.
Red, Checked and White MATTINGS, 4-4,
5-4 and 6-4,
COCOA MATTINGS, plain and striped.
Wall Papers and Borders.
PAPER SHADES and FIRE SCREENS,
Our SPRING STOCK of NEW PAPERS, ir.
the Latest Styles, ju.-t opening.
Damask and Lace Curtains.
CORNICES, BANDS, TASSELS ?nd LOOPS,
A Beautiful Stock of'tho above goods offering
at very Low Prices for Cash by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 BROAD STREET,
Feb ll tf 7
O'DOWD & MULHERIN,
No. 283 Broad Street,
A FULL STOC K OF CHOICE GRO
CERIES ALWAYS ~oN HAND.
?rar-Prompt Attention given lo -CONSIGN
MENTS 'and ORDERS. ? ** * *
Augusta, Fob 24 , 3m 91
mHE Firm ot C. A. CnEATnAM ? BRO.
X was dissolved by mutual consent on thc
28th Feb. 18C8. All persons indebted to said
Firm will call and settle forthwith.
T5i C A. CHEATHAM,
OSCAR F. CHEATHAM.
MarlC ? W 13
'tiif -*t v "Z- fy?y ?:T Xx? f** A '?-:' ??
/ i ? r
rate i UJJ ?iil ? IMlj
2 . M
Y. J1 A?lwf
MIES A. GRAY & CO,
'?.> /'i?lT^a.Jir^ Of??.) A
228 Broad St.,
asoTa GHSS ATSU A
bi A :
/1 i re
cC?33? aMl OHA ?WdflA??
BE? ?0 INFORM THE PUBLIC. TH?T THEY ARE NOW
? a; Ci
? t HI
til g il l f l
.: ar ? sxfi ; [i *. t...
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Which has been received at this Establishment for the past
These Goods have been purchased EXCLUSIVELY F J R
CASH from the most eminent Importera of the United States,
from the Manufacturers' Agents direct, anet in large quantities
from the recent celebrated Auction Sales ordered by Messrs. BEN
KARD & HfTTON, one of the very largest Importing ' Houses in
Having full access to the very best Houses in the world, and
purchasing side by side with the largest Jobbers in the United
States, we can confidently and truthfully assure our friends that
Supply Their Demands for Dry Goods,
EITHER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
As cheap as they can purchase the same in New York.
Merchants visiting the city will please make a note of this fact,
examine our assortment and judge for themselves. We would
respectfully invite the closest examination .of both styles and
JAS. A. GRAY & 00.
238 BROA B STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
|; Augusta, MAT 30 ? ! . tf 14
THE UNDERSIGNED IS AGENT at largo
for SouthCarolina of tho
Piedmont Life fnsuranee Company
_This Oojnpairj__waj .gotten fairly underway
about 1st of September 1567, and to February 1st
1868, her receipts have amounted to $54,?04.34,
while her losses?ave been nothing. ? This success
is unprecedented in tho history of Life Insurance
The solvency of the' Company, and the charac
ter and business qualifications of her officers, are
beyond dispute. Persons Insuring in this Com
pany, will, without ? shadow of doubt, at their
loath, have paid to tho Beneficiary, tho sum in
sured for, less the premium notes not absorbed by
thc profita annually declared to policy holders.
87i per cont of net profits are paid to policy
loldors, and these profits or dividends pay up ul
:iraately no? only thc premium notes given by tho
patTv.ns,'?iit reduce annually thereafter, the cash
payment, and finally, (success attending the In
ititution), no premium will be required, and tho
jolder becomes possessed of a paid up policy
lrawing his annual dividends from tho Company.
Rates: Cash portion-to secure at death, $1,
100.00. ' ' .
Ul 5 years of ago $7.80. At 20 years of ago $8.80
" 25 " " 10.00. " 30 " " 11.50
"35 " ? 13.45. "40 " " 15.85
"45 " f . 18,45. "50 " " 22.40
ind at ngos intermediate, i.nd aboyo 50; at inter
nediate and proportional rates.
In addition to thc cash payment, a note at 12
nonths for theabove amounts is given, the inter
ist at ? pr. ct. being paid in advance. It is con
tently expected that the payment of these notes
viii never be called for, but be absorbed or paid
>y tho profits of tho business. Persons who have
lot tho ready cash, can arrange with me upon a
hort credit, for the cash payment. These credit
lotes however must be promptly met at maturity.
I am also Agent for the JAMES RIVER FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY, and also for a LIVE
!TOCK INSURANCE COMPANY.
JOHN L. BRANCH,
Agent at largo for South Carolina.
ll'. TwMl^%$ } Mo?ical Examiners.
Address Ibo Agent at Granitovillo S. C. Rcsi
ience at Kalmia Mills, Edgcfield District.
?3~ Enquire at Glover's Hotel.
References-Messrs. BUTLER L YOUMANS, Alfy's
.t law, A. J. Nortnis, Esqr., Att y, at law. Maj.
osErn ABNEY, Att'y at law, Rev. L. R. GWALT
;EV, D. R. Drrtison, Esq., and A. A. GLOVER,
?iq., all of Edgefield C. H.
Dr. ISAAC EUANCR, Dr. J. J. WARHLAW, Rev.
). MCNEILL TunxEn, Col. ROBT. A. FAIR, Att'y.
,t law, and Geni. S. MCGOWAN, Att'y. at law, all
f Abbevillo C. H.
Mar 2 lm 10
,EA1)Y & GRIFFIN, ATTORNEYS AT.
J AW and SOLICITORS IN EQUITY, will
Practice in tho Courts of South Carolina, and in
.he United States Courts.
Office in rear of the Court House.
W. J. READY,
S. E. GRIFFIN.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 5, tf 7
. A. GLOVER announces to thc public
:hat he has now in store, and will bc constantly
?eceirirfg, ALL SORTS AND STYLES OF
from thc Heaviest to tho Lightest and Most
, Tlicsu he will sell, STRICTLY FOR CASH, at
prices to tuit the presont hard tiiuc:;.
He respectfully solicits all iii search of Groce
ries to cull ?il the Grocery Store on tho Comer.
Cash! (ash! (ash!
Wo cannot afford to send thc Advert fi tr to any
ino un a credit. Orders for tho papers not ac
joinpanied with thc cash, will receive no atten
tion from us. ? r :
All Advertisements of a transient nature, must
be paid for io advance. Wo aro forced to do a
strictly caih business.
Jub Work must bc paid fur on delivery.
HAVING Rented tho above well-known HO
TEL, in thc Town of Edgefield, I nm pre
parad, from thu date forward, to ENTERTAIN
TRAVELERS, PERMANENT BOARDERS
uud DAY HOARDERS.
Tho Saluda House is situated in n quiet pnrt
of ibo Town, and its Rooms und Chambers aro
uirv and com mod ioud.
Nothing, cither us regards Table, Lodging <-r
Service, shall be left undone on my part to de
serve the patronage and confidence of thc public.
A. A. GLOVER.
F. A. BRAHE,
At His.OM Stand 104 Broad Street,
OFFERS AT TUE VERY LOWEST PRI
CES, tot suit the times,, a larne Stock of
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES and
CHAINS. FINE JEWELRY, FIRST CLASS
DIAMONDS, known as old Mino fc'touc?, and a
vi v large assortment of Sterling SILVER
WARE. Also, a la-go lot of FANCY GOODS.
Mr. BRAHE having ju.<t returned fr-ra Eu
rope will again pay personal attention to tho
REPAIRING of WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Augusta, Doc 23 .' lm 52
State of South Carolina,.
EDGKF1ELD DISTRICT, .
IN ORD?SAR Y:
EX PARTE THEODORE N. LUNDY,.Ad
ministrator (in right of wife,) of tho E;
Uio of W. J. WELLS, deceased, Petition that
thc Property of said Estate bo re-appraised.
On the application of T. N. Lundy, Adm'or.,
of tho Estato of W. J. Wells, dee'd., Thcso are to
cite and admonish all and singu'ar the next of
kin of ?aid deceased, as also all and singular the
purchasers of property at tho sale of saidi estate,
and all and singular the creditors thereof to bo
and appear in my Office on Wednesday, thc 15th
of April next, to show cauFC, if any they have,
why tho Sale Rill of raid Estate should not bo
revised and the true vnluo nf the property ascer
tained with a view to tho final settlemont of said
WM. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
Mar 23, 1863._ 3t_ 13
Errors ol' Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for thc sake
of suffering humanity, sond freo to all who need
lt, tho recipe and directions for making tho simplo
romedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by tho advertiser's experience can do
so by addressing, in pericoe confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Codar St., Now York.
May 27 ? . _ly 22
Information guaranteed to produco a luxuriant
growth of hair upon a bald head or beardless
f?co, also a recipe for the removal of Pimples,
Blotches, Eruptions, etc., on tho Fkin, leaving the
sarao B"ft, clear, and boautiful, can bo obtained
without charge by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, CHEMIST,
823 Broadway, New York.
Sept 18_Sm 38
Tho Rev. EDAYARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of charge) to all who dosiro it, tht
prescription wiih tho directions for making am)
using the simplo remedy by which ho was cured
of alungnff.ctionand that dread disease Consump
(ion. His only object is to benefit tho afflicted and
he hope? eviry sufferor will try this prescription
as it will cost them nothing, and may prove s
blessing. Ploase addroRR
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 1C5 South Second St., .Williamsburg, N. 1
tS^Rov. Mr. WILSON'S pr?paraiious for thi
Cure of Consumption may bo obtained from G
L. PENN, Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 18 . 8m_38_
King of Pain !
FUST Received a supply of the KINO Ol
PAIN. For salo hy
TH?S. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Fob 2 ? tt 9
LADIES, ATTENTION !
AYING accepted several Agencies, I am
prepared to relieve tho Ladies almost ontirely of
tho hardships of household busines?, such as
SEWING, WASI?INO, MAKING SOAP, CAN
DLES, Ac, and tb furnish them, and tho gentle
men, with GOOD and.USEFliti LOOKS to read
at their leisure.
I bavo tho
Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
Tho ONLY SELF-GUIDING SEWING MA
CHINE IN THE WORLD J Goats only Twenty
Dollars. I also bave a
Jackson's Universal Washing Com
Tho groatest labor savors known, and which strip
wash-day of its terror?. Tho COMPOUND will
remove Paint, Grease, Stains, ic, and euro
Chapped Hands, ic. It is worth five times the
cost of tho Eight for & toilet article alono. Try
it, and you will use nothing else.
The Eureka Illuminating 0?,
CHEAP, CLEAN and NEAT! Makes a bril
liant Light ! No Smoko ! No offensi vc Smell !
No Grease! Not explosive ! Not.dangerous to
uso like Kerosene !
The Pictorial sunday Book,
Containing an Account of the Manners, Rites and
Traditions of tho Jews and other Eastern Na
tions, io. The whole explanatory of many por
tions of the Old and Now Testaments. By Robt.
THE YOUTH'S OR PEOPLE'S HISTORY
OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR,-The only
History of tho War from a Democratic stand
point. By R. G. Horton.
These Books should bo in every house.
Cy Agents wanted in. each Battalion to assist
tW. L. PARKS, Agent.
Mar 16 tf 12
500 TONS OF THIS FERTILIZER
now ready for salo. Planters are respectfully in
vited to visit our works on South Boundary St.,
in this City, and satisfy themselves as to quality
and mode of preparing the article.
It is rich in Ammonia and Phosphate, and sui
table for all Field Crops and the Garden.
Below wo append an Analysis made by General
RAINS, on tho 17th February last, of tho Ammo
nia Phosphate, as offered for sale:
Organic Matter Ammonia and necessary Mois
Carbonate and Nitrate Potash, Chloride of
Sodium and Urato of Ammonia, 70.00
Alumina and Magnesia and Iron each, a
Carbonic Acid, 00.00
Lime (Protox Calcium,) 75,00
Limo (Phosphate and Nitrato) 165.00
Sulphite, and Hypo-Sulphite and Loss,
Sulphur and Sulpharet Calcium, 22.50
Siliciou3 Matte . 277.50
03f*Price, $10 per ton, Cash. $45 per ton pay
able 1st Nov. next,-City acceptance.
jS?f-Pumphlets with full particulars at our
Office, No. 300, Broad Street.
J. A. ANSLEY & CO'.,
Augusta Fertilizing manufacturing Co.
j?r-Also, Agents for thc CELEBRATED
CALHOUN i ATKINSON TURNING
PLOW, made at Macsville, Kentucky. All
sizes on hand.
Augusta, Mar 2 2m 10
PERIVIAN_ GUANO !
25 TONS PERUVIAN GUANO.
25 TONS WHITLOCK ?fe CO'S. CE
25 TONS WOOLSTON'S PHOS
For salo by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No. fl, Warren Block. Augusta, Ga.
Mar 10- 7t ll
THE WANDO COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
PARKERS AND PLANTERS
A M MO NI ATE D
COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE
TUE REQUISITES for the largest yiold of
Cotton nn>l Corn. Our friends who have tried
thi> FERTILIZER sive their unqualified testi
mony of its complete success in lurgely 'increas
ing ibo yield of their crops. Where tho opplica
lion VMS doubled, the increase of i ?o?d was fully
as prout, and we are assured that it has proved
Planters will find it advantageous to work less
ground, to cultivate moro thoroughly; and to ap
ply liberally fi prejt.-irjtion such as the above.
? " FERTIEIZEES
Arc" ma le undor tho supervision of
Dr. St. JULIEN RAVEXEL, Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL EN
SURE a reliable nrticlo. Wo have no hesitation
in stating that in.our standard manure the pub
lic bave a FERTILIZER which will give the
most Ratisf.ictiry results. WU CLAIM THAT
AT THE SAME COST PER ACRE, THIS
ARTICLE WILL DO BETTER THAN PE
RUVIAN GUANO, our frioods writing that
Guano loses its effect upon tho plant generally
about tho beginning of September, and tbis sus
taining tho plant in. a green and healthy condi
tion until killed by frost. Directions for uso sent
wiih shipments. Price $65 dollars per ton of
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
PURE BON JE FLOUR,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
At $n; per ton of 2000 Pounds.
WM. C. DIKES & CO., Agents.
Charleston, Mur 2_Im 10
Come and See
MY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
HATS AND CAPS,
? WOOD WARE
AND IN FACT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE than is usually kept in a first class
^rCoiu-j and soo, and judgo for yourselves,
and remember that my terms aro STRICTLY
?ST"A\\ orders accompanied with the Cash will
bo strictly and faithfully filled.
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Longmircs, IL C., tf 42
E have rcmovod our BAR-ROOM from
next door to tho AaWrtW Office, to tho Bar
Room stand recently occupied by W. T. Golding,
whore CHARLIE GRAY will be pleased to wol
come and wait on our old friends and customers.
C. A. CHSATHAH <fc BRO
Har 16 If li
CASH, OR CREDIT FOR APPROVED
A.S we are constantly receiving GUANO which
can be shippod without the expense of storage
and other expenses, and in order to increase our
sales for Cash, to meet heavy payments, we hare
determined to redure our prices at Savannah and
Augusta $5 per ton, for all ORDERS ACCOM
PANIED WITH THE MONEY. Our prices
will therefore be* nniiorm, as follows :
PHO MX GUANO.
Imported direct to Savannah from MoKean's
Island. Price per ton of 2,000 lbj. at Savannah,
$50 Cash, or $62 payable 1st November ; at Au
gusta, $55 Cash, or ?70 payable 1st November.
Wilcox, dibbs & Co's. Manipulated
A mixture of PHONIX and PERUVIAN, well
pulverized and mixed under our jtersonal super
vision. Price at Savannah, $65 por ton of 2,000
lbs., Cash, or $30 payable 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.
#3*" We would advise those who wish to buy
GUANO'on time, to apply at once as drafts must
be executed, and approved, or other satisfactory
arrangements effected before shipments ar? made
Orders solicited and promptly .Ilkd. Address
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN GUANO
No. 96 Bay Street, Savannah, or
No. 24 ; Broad St., Augusta.
Augusta, Jan 20 3m 4
No. 1, Park Row,
Edgefleld, S. C?
'THE Subscriber takes pleasure in announcing
to the citizens of Edgeficld that he is now re
ceiving and opening t LARGE and VARIED
These Goods were selected in person from
tho best Houses in the City of New York, and
are marked as low as such Goods can bo sold in
His motto will be " QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS," and a firm adherence to
the CASH SYSTEM.
EgTCi?h Customers will find it to their inte
rest to trade at the New Drug Store.
jgTDon't ask for credit-not even for a day
-as I am determined to sell for CAsH-AND
FOR CASH ONLY.
?S"Au inspection of my Stock is earnestly so
T. W. CARWILE.
Jan r tf 2
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANE
NAN'S HEPATIC LITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Disease* of the Digestiva Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANIC
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestivo Organs
and the Liver. For sala 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 tho Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
BREAD ! BREAD I BREAD !
Bread thc^taff -of Life!
GOOD NEWS FOR??L^OLD AND YOUNG
NO MORE BAD BREAD.
HO EXCUSE TOE ANYBODY.
EVERYBODY ci?n aow have Nice, Light,
Sweet, Nutritious Bread. Housekeepers
und Heads cf Families are informed, that they
can now obtain what they have long needed, viz :
a YEAST OR BAKING POWDER, that will
.ilwoya give satisfaction and NEVER.FAIL.
You can get this by asking your Grocer for
Drew's Infallible Baking Powder.
Not like tho ordinary Hop Yeast, which has to
bo put in the Flour, and takes all night to Raise
it, but with DREWS INFALLIBLE BAKING
POWDER, you can put it right in your Flour,
and FIFTEEN MINCTK'8 time is all that is required
to inuko delicious Ten, Batter and Buckwheat
Cakes, Corn-bread, Biscuit and every description
of Pastry. While this Baking Powder not only
is tho cheapest, it is also tho BEST and HEAL
THIEST preparation of tho kind ever made for
Culinary purposes, and cannot bo excelled in
quality by nny other Manufacturers, in this coun
try or elsewhere.
Thc Eating of Hot Bread or Biscuits made
wi>h this preparation, causes no flatulence, or
other Injurious effects, and is particularly recom
mended to Dyspeptics. It is made from a vege
table preparation of perfect purity, and of Snowy
More Bread of the finest quality can be made
from a Barrel of Flour, by using this Baking
Powder than by any other process yet known.
Full directions accompany each Box.
For Sale by Grocers everywhere. Tho Trade
supplied by thc Sole Proprietors and Manufactu
DREW MANUFACTURING CO.,
218 Fulton Street, New York.
Don't forget tho Name, but ask for DREW'S
INFALLIBLE BAKING POWDER,
GP*For salo at Edgefield, S. C., by THOS. W.
Feb 12 3 m : M . A . M . ) 7
Toothache Instantly Cnred !
DR, HilL'S MM ANODYNE.
THIS GREAT TOOTHACHE CURE hos the
endorsement of the London Medical Facul
ty, and will NEVER FAIL TO CURE THE
MOST DESPERATE CASE OF TOOTHACHE.
Whilo it acts instantaneously upon tho nerves
affected and gives imoediato relief, there is
nothing in its composition in tho slighest degree
to injure tho finest Bet o? teeth.
Do not throw your money away, and have
your teeth extracted bj dentists because thoy
ache you, but CURE YOURSELF by using
Hall's Anodyne for tho Curo of Toothache. For
salo by all first-class Drifrjri >te, or by
DR. EDWARD HALL,
33 John St, New York.
Messrs. J. WINCHESTER AV CO., 36 John
street, New York, Wholesale Agents. .
?89"*For sale at Edge Sold, S. C., by THOS. W.
Price 25 Ceirt*.
Fob 12_6m(M. A. A.)_7
160 BBLS. Refined SUGARS, all varieties.
150 BBLS. IRISH POTATOES.
150 BBLS. FLOUR.
Arriving and for salo by
Augusta, Feb Si lm 9
YOUR INTERESTS ARE AT STAKE.
PURE FLOUR 0I: RAW BONE,
AND GUARANTIED TO BEPUEE
CSr It is one of the Best Fertilizers for Gar
For sale by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No fl, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga
Jan 27 tf 5
J. W. BACON & BRO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
1?UBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
French and American Calf Skins,
And All Other Rinds of Leather,
?tc, ?c., tc,
169 Broad Street,
Under Augusts Hotel,
^Sc^*SADDLES and HARNESS REPAIRED
and Made to Order.
Augusta, Oct 7 6m4L
TO MILL OWNERS.
FRENCH BUBB, ESOFCS & COLOGNE
AND ALL KINDS OF
Mill Furnishing Ware,
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE,
By .WM. BRENNER,
/ 107 Broad Strreet,
Augusta, Jan 13 6m3
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
COKING AND HEATING
&c, ?kc, ?kc.
Also, Agent for the Sale of the
Hydraulic Clothes Washer and the
Patent Union ?Churu.
THE greatest want of the Southern House
Keeper at present is LABOR, TIME AND
MONEY-SAVING INVENTIONS, to facilitate
and promote homo comforts. Tbc first aid most
indispensable of these, is the COOKING STOVE,
to procuro which it has been n y caro to select the
BEST, and such as are most suitable for our
CHIEF COOK STOVES
Are so constructed that the most perfect baking
qualities arc insured, together with economy in
tho use of fuel, and simplicity and convenience,
which render them easily maaaged by any one,
however inexperienced. Thesis advantages have
obtained for the Stoves a popularity unparalleled
in every section of the country. These Stoves
are kept constantly on hand, together with the
Charter Oak, Civilian and Texana
All of which are warrantod as good operators.
We rofcr to somo of tho persons in Edgefield
who are using tho CHIEF COOK and CHAR
Mr. S. NICHOLSON,
Rev. L. R. GWALTNEY,
Mr. JULIUS DAY,
Gov. F. W. PIC KEN'S,
Gov. 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 af others.
^S^"Be suro and call on D. L. FULLERTON,
opposito Augusta Hotel. No other dealers keep
tho samo Stovw.
Augusta, Dec 24 4m 52
BEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
IWILL hereafter carrv on A REAL ESTATE
AGENCY for thc PURCHASING and SELL
ING OF HOUSES, LOTS and FARMS in
Edgofiold District. Roliable Titles made, ard
Titles examined promptly and correctly.
Persons wishing to Purchase or Sell Real Es
tate, will find it to their interese to confer with
me, or address me through thc Post Office.
A foe of Ten Dollars will b? required in ad
vance, in each case, and if a purchase or ?al: is
effected tte amount will be deducted ont of my
Parties wishing their Real Estate advertised,
can notify mc, enclosing funds to pay for tl.d
I will continue to Practice in the Courts of
Law and Equity in all thc Courts of Record in
Office, Law Range.
J. L. ADDISON. '
Edgefield C. H., Feb 10 .tf 7
THE PLANTATION formerly owned hy
Capt. R. MERIWETHER. The "PLAN
TATION is situated in Edgefield District, four
miles from Curryton, and about thirteen from
Hamburg, S. C.
This Plantation contains SIXTEEN HUN
DRED AND TWELVE ACRES, and adjoins
lands of Samuel 'Oetzen, John Adams, James
Callison, Thomas McKie and others. It will bo
divided i: to Tracts to suit purchaser?, and will
be sold at private salo on very favorable terms.
?3*Tov further particulars, apply tb Messrs.
GART & C ARY, Attorneys, who are fully empow
ered to sell, make titles, ?c., Ac.
Jan 14 3m 3
Boot and Shoe Business
THE Subscriber returns hit warmest thanks to
thepoople of E.leefield and vicinity for tho
generous patronage extended to bim during the
past year, and will, by prompt and faithful at
tention to the wishes of his customers, strive to
merit a continuanco of their favors.
He will carry on the BOOT and SHOE BUSi
NESS at lois old stand, in rear of the Post Office,
and is prupared to do ?ll kinds or work ir bis
line, in the BEST STYLE and with thc BEST
^O-Prices to correspond with the times.
ES1*Terms, STRICTLY CASH. No work
will be suffered to leave thc Stop until paid fer.
W. D. RAM EY.
Jan?l tf 1
Butter and Lard.
JUST r ?coived and for ral? very low, TWO
FIRKINS FRESH BUTTER and ONE
BARREL PURE LEAF LARD.
G. L. PENN.
Feb 12 tf 7
WARRANTED TO KILL. For ?ale by
. THOS. W. CABWILE.
At Sign Golden Moria*
Mar 3 tf ld