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MEW GOODS !
HE Subscriber aaa now in Store a Stock of
SUMMER GOODS, just received from Charles*
ton, which he w?l sell at the LOWEST MAR
A sploadid assortmont of CALICOES from 10
to 20 cts. por yard ;
LE?OS, MOZAMBIQUES, Eng. BARAGES,
A .nice lot of Colored MUSLINS;
White. JACONET, SWISS, NANSOOK and
BISHOP LAWN.JPlain, Striped and Checked ;
LadTes' BONNETS, HATS and RIBBONS ;
Ladies.and Misses' LISLE GLOVES,
"Ladies and Misses* SILK MITTS;
Plaid DOMESTICS, TICKING and CHECKS;
TWEEDS and CASSIMERES for Men and
Boys wear ;
COTTONADES and DENIMNS, of all kinds ;
Plain-and Twilled LINEN for Boys and Men's,
Mon's, Youths and Boys Felt, Wool and Straw,
Ladies, Misses and Children'. SHOES, ail
Men's, Youths and Boys SHOE 3, all kinds ;
CROCKERY of all descriptions ;
Brade's Patent "and CrownHOES;
Perkins & Son's Patent HOES ;
Griffin's Bc3t Scythe BLADES ;
NAILS, HINGES, LOCKS, Ac.
CHOICE GROCERIES, a full and varied as
Bi Ct BRIAN* Agent.
May 27 6f . 22
ALL NEW GOODS !
I OW .ON HAND A SPLENDH) STOCK of
GOODS, aonsisting of. .
Blaok and Oolorod CLOTHS,
Black Doe Skin CASSIMERES,
Black Silk VESTINGS,
Col. and White M arse il es VESTINGS,]
Whioh w?l be. manufactured to order in the vary
latest styles. - *
A FIRST RATE Stock of SEASONABLE
Black Cloth Frock COATS,
Black Cassimere PANTS,
Black Silk VESTS,
Black Drap d' Etc Frock COATS, f
Black Drap d' Etc SACKS,
Black Drap d' Ete PANTS,
Black Alpaca SACKS,
Black Alpaca VESTS,
Black Satin VESTS,
White Marseilles VESTS,
Colored Marseilles VESTS,
Brown Linen SUITS,
Colored Linen SUITS?
Colored Cassimere SUITS,
White Linen PANTS,
Colored Marseillos PANTS,
A FIRST RATE ASSORTMENT OF
Consisting of SHIRTS, COLLAR?, TIES, SUS
PENDERS, GLOVES, UNDERSHIRTS and
DRAWERS, Linon and Silk Pocket HAND
KERCHIEFS. Also, COMBS and BRUSHES
of the b^^auality.
All Goods SOLD AT ONE-PRICE, and at tho
VERY LOWEST PRICES. .
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
230 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
June 3 tf 23
Truman Root, "j .
The Bank of Hamburg. J
BY Virtue of an Execution in the above st?t?;d
cose from thc Provost Court, to me directed,
I will proceed to sell at Edgcfield C. H., on the
first Monday in July next, the following proper
ty, to wit :
THREE LOTS in the Town of Hamburg,
owned by tho Bank of Hamburg, and bounded
North by*Mercor Stroot, South by Market Street,
East hy Cook Street, and West by Lots No. 67
and CS, owned by Josiah Sibley. Tho Bank
House is on Lot No. 60. Each Lot is Fifty feet
wide, and one buudred feet deep.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
June 9 4t 24
Benj. Roper, T. C.,
John A. Barker.
vs r Fi Fa
BY virtue of an Execution in tho above stated
cases to mo directed, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday in July
next, the following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Six Hun
dred (GOO) Acres, more or less, and adjoining
lands of Butler Williams," John.Terry and Georgo
. ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Mav 9 4to 20
Thos. H. Marshal,
BY virtuo of an Execution from the Provost
Court, to me directed, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield ?. H., on the first Monday in July
next, -tho following'properly, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND on Mountain Creek,
containing One'Hundrod end Twenty (120) Acres,
more or les?, and adjoining lands of Luke Gal
breath, George Dorn, Jr., and others.
;2?r- Terms Cash.
. ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D
June 9 4t '24
Samuel Brooks, )
B. C. Bryan. J
BY virtuo of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed,
in the above stated case, I will proceed to
sell at Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday in
July next, tho following property, to wit :
TWO BRICK STOREHOUSES AND LOTS
in thc Town of Edgefield, on West side of Pub
lic iquare,-ono occupied by E. C. Bryan. Agent,
as a Dry Goods Store, and thc other occupied by
G. L. Penn as a Drug Store.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
June 9, 18C3 4t 24
John Huiet, ~\
Jumos Kidson, j
BY Virtuo o" a Writ of Fi Fa tn me diroctcd,
in the above stated case, I will proceed to
sell at Edgefield C. H., on the first Monduy in
July next, the following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, levied on as the
property of the Estate of James Kidson, dee'd.,
containing Four Hundred and Fifry (450) Acres,
moro or less, adjoining lands of W. L. Coleman,
Derick Holsontiaek, .- Movers, -Couch,
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
June 9 . 4t; 24
W. Henry Wiso, ")
vs >? I Fi Fa
Flora Sialnaker. J
BY Virtuo of Writ of Fi Fa to me directed in
thc abovo stated case, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. H., on tho first Monduy in July
next, the following property, to wit : ,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT in Granitcville con
taining One Acre, more or less, adjoining lands
of Ueor?e Kelley and B. C. Hard.
. ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
June 9 4t 24
~j uST "RECEIVEDT
WE HAVE just recoivod direct from Now
York, fresh supplies of
LADIES' HATS, in every style,
Sea Lrfand LONG CLOTHS, all grades,
Chocked PANTS GOODS.
CHEATHAM & BRO.
June? . tf 23
Beef and Mutton.
IWILL furnish good BEEF and MUTTON at
rn}' Staad io thc. Purk on Mondays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, "from 5 to 7J o'clock, A. M. The
Cash will be required on delivery of meat.
J. D. HAMEY.
June 3- ? - ? tf -23 "
GALLOONS, COTTON TRIMMINGS, ALLI
ANCE BRAIDS, COTTON FRINGE, PECOT,
TRIMMINGS, Pcqua and Cotton BaU BUT
TONS, in black- white and colors.
Great variety. GRAY ? TURLEY. |
. -, ? ;< . : . ' AND -
ELEGANT ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
JAMBS A. GRAY & CO.,
228 Broad St.,
Beg to inform the public of their new, large and elegant addi
I ? ?' ' 1 ",:?:" ' " ?:. un? Xi..-:
. FRENCH, SWISS, BELGIAN AND ENGLISH
WHICH THEY ARE OFFERING AT
Belgian Embroidered CH A LL I, new, elegant and cxolusive
Belgian Brocade GRENADINE, new, elegant and exclusive .
French Chene and Striped Silk POPLINS, elegant and exclusive
French Silk MELANGE and CHENE CRETONNE, new, beautiful and exclusive
French CHINTZ, ORGANDIES and JACONETS
Swiss Rex ORGANDIES, new and beautiful styles
British Printed Chene POPLINETS
British Printed L1NSEYS, new and elegant goods for traveling suits
British Panted CAMBRICS, Chintz and solid colors
Black Twisted SILK, sublime quality.
Black Twisted SILK, medium and low priced %
B?aok IRON GRENADINE, large, 10-4 wide, sublime quality for suits or shawls
White IRON GRENADINE, 10-4, for shawls
Black BAREGE," 10-4 wide, for shawls, very low priced
Black Crape MURETZ, 10-4 wide, for mourning or shawls
Black IRON BAREGE and GRENADINE, medium qualities, extremely low
Black IRON GRENADINE, single width, (coarse mesh] sublime quality
Lupin's Black BOMBAZINES, (ten qualities) from'mcdium to sublime
Black ALPACCAS, from medium to. very superior
White ALPACCAS, from medium to very fine.
LACE, POINTS AND CIRCULAR
Llama Wool POINTS and CIRCULARS, new and elegant
Light Cloth SACQUES, suitable for morning wear
White Shetland Wool SHAWLS, elegant for evening
Waite Setland Wool SHAWLS, colored and bordered, elegant for promcnande
j purposes. . . ' .
MERCHANTS WILL FIND THE LARGEST STOCK OF
From which to select from that has been in this establishment for the past twenty
. years, such as
Calicos, Ginghams, DeuimslStripes, Hickory, Shirtings, Sheetings, Long Cloths,
Pillow Case Cottons, Linens, Toweling, Diapers, Damasks, Crash, Huckaback,
Swiss Muslins, Organdies, Jaco?ieis, Mull, Book, striped and checked ; Cambrics,
embroidered, dotted, tucked, revoked; Handkerchiefs, hem-stiched, plain, bordered,
embroidered, revered ; Broad Cloth, Cassimeres, Jeans. Linen Drilling, Duck, Cot
tonade, Cuban Tweeds, Notions, Thread, Buttons, Pins, Needles, Tape-Braid and
Trimmings, which we will guarantee in PR?CE AND QUALITY.
To all of which we would respectfully invite the attention of the public.
JAS A. GRAY Sc CO.
228 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
Augiista,-May 9 . tf 14
TH? FREBERKKSBURG ST?RE.
. .-O-7-- . .
EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE
DAILY REPLENISHED BY
NEW ANS BEAUTIFUL BOOBS.
Another supply of Lama Lace POINTS afi CIRCULARS, :
Beautiful DB?SS GOODS, in the gratest profusion,
New CALICOES, BRILLIANTS, PIQUES, TUCKED MUSLINS, MARSEILLES and
JACONETS, '. . . . -
.MOURNING GOODS of all kinds,
A large invoice of French worked LNSERTINGS and EDGINGS just opcned?
CLUNY COLLARS, bia? and'white,
8 4 BLACK SILK, suitable for shawls,
8 4 GRENADINE BAREGE apd GRENADINES, ;
Colored and Black NETS for'Veils, - >
Best makes HOOP SKIRTS,
GAUZE MERINO ?NDERVESTS,
A large variety of TRIMMINGS and TRIMMING RIBBONS, . . -
Full line of HOSIERY and GLOVES, ' ? - I
Beautiful assortment of FA?CY LINENS, TWEEDS, CAMMERS, for Boya and Gents,
IRISH LINENS, TA?LE DAMASK, TOWELINGS, MARSEILLES QUILTS, ?c., ?c.
All aro invited to call and examine. The Stock, tobe appreciated, must be seep. Wo
keep no trashy or commoaauction goods, but every piece is selected with the greatest care.
Our stock, suited to the wants of COUNTRY MERCHANTS, is unsurpassed in variety,,
and should be examined by every one making-purchases in thia market.
We buy at tbe lowest cash prices and Bell 'upon the same terms.
V. RICHARDS & BROS,,,
7 Corner by the Plantera? Hotel,
May. 5 . tf 19
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING
KEMME! ? GRAY*
AND DEALERS IN
ftl? M ?
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, G-a.
ARE OFFERING FDR SALE AT THE
. VERY LOWEST PRICES FOfc CASH,
AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
UNTE W SPRING SUMMER
FOR MEIST AjSra.BO^S WEAR.
A SELECT ASSORTIRENT CF FURNISHING GOODS,
REPLETE WITH ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
WE HAVE CHOICE GOODS IN
FANCY COATING CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS OF THE
NEWEST STYLES AND PATTERNS?
Thc Finest Brands of Imported
AND DOESKIN CASSIIMERES,
Which wc make, lo order in the MOST FASHIONABLE' MANNER and at the
LOWEST TRICES. W
All -Kinds of Custom Work made in the Best Manner, and Warranted to fit.
03-v o have GOOD BUSINESS SUITS from ?0 to ?JO.
KENNEY & GRAY,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, April 27 : .. . . 2m 18
Assignee's Notice of Appointment*
Tu the District Court of thc United Stute? far the
Vintrict of South Carolina,-J:< BANKRUPTCY.
I? THE MATTER OF RUSSEL PADGETT,
Alo Whom it may Conten? :
TUE Undersigned hereby gives notico of bis
appointment as Assignee of the Estate of
RUSSELL PADGETT, of the District of Edge
field, in said District, an<l who was to wit :* on
tho 20th day of-April, 136S, adjudged,a Bank
rupt, upou thc petition of himself, by Henry
Summer, Esq., Rogistor ianthe Court of Bank
ruptcy. Dated :it Edgcfi?ld Court House, tho
23d day of May, 1SUS.
Z. W, CARWILE, Assignee.
May 27 3t 22
Assignee Notice of Appointment*
In thc District Conti of the United States for the
District of South Carolina,-In BANJ?II?J'TCY.
IN TUE MATTER OF TILLMAN WATSON, Jn.,
To Whom it may Concern : .
TUE Undorsingned horeby gives notico of his
appointment as Assignee of tho Estate of
TILMAN WATSON, JR., of tho District of Edge
field, 'in said District; and who was, to wiP: on
tb?:20thday of April A. D. 1S68, adjudged n
Bankrupt upon the petition of himself, by Henry
Summer", Esq., Regietcr in tho Court of Bank
ruptcy,-Dated at Edgcfield Court House, tho 23d
May, A. D'. 1868.
E. WATSON, Assigner?.
May 27 _. 3t _22_
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
?TED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT. OF
SOOTH CAROLINA, IN THE MATTER OF
JOIIN M. WITT, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF
BANKRUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 20TU
DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT
-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This is to givo notice
that on the ticenticth-fifth day of May, A. D., j
1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against
tho Estate of JOIIN M. WITT, in the Dis
triptof EdgofieM and State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on bis own
petition ; that tho payment of any debts and do
livery of any Property bolonging to said Bank
rupt, to bim or for his uso, and Ibo transfer of
any property by him aro forbidden by law ; that
a mooting of tho creditors of tho said Bankrupt,
to provo their debts, and to choose one or more
Assigncos of his estate, will bo held rita Court of
Bankruptcy, to bo holdon at Newberry Court
House South Carolina, bofore HENRY SUMMER,
Register, on tho hecntiath day of June, A. D.
1868, at ll o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Mosscnger.
By GEO. LARSEN, Dep. Messenger. .
Juno 2 -2t 23
Save Your Grain.
FRE Sn and GENUINE RAT POISON, war
ranted to kill. . For sale at tho old "stand,
under Masonic Hall.
T. J. TEAGUE, Agent.
May 27 tf 22.
MY MILLS will hereafter bc under, tho Con
stant Supervisioh'of'a'reliablo white man,
[ and ovpry attention will be given to givo entero
' satisfaction to Customers. .
Tho Milla will soon bo put in thorough repair
for tho growing Crop.
! li R, T. MIMS. 1
May 18 if 21 J
APPLICATION IN TOE COURT OF COM
MON PLEAS for Edgefield District, South Curo
linn, fur the Creation of a Private Corporation,
for carrying nu the MANUFACTURE OF PA
, FER. ' " . v
j The Undersigned, applicant for their creation
into a Private Corporation tor the purpsse of car
ary inj-on tuc Business of Manufacturing Paper
I in Edgetield District, 'South Carolina, (without
j their or their succcsiors incurring an individual
j liability for the indebtedness of said Corporation,)
! DO DECLARE : That thc object and particu
lar business which they proposo to carry on, is
the Business of Manufacturing Paper in EJgc
licld District, South Carolina, un tho site lately
known as tho Lath Paper Mills, under tho name
of " THE BATH 'SOUTH CAROLINA PAPER
COMPANY." Tho amount of Cnpit:il by thom
employed is Soventy Thousand ($70,(100) Dollars,
current funds, consisting of cash paid in, Six
Thousand Four Hundred ($0;-100) Dollar?, und of
the Land, Mill, Building?, Improvements, Ma
chinery and Fixtures, owned by tho applicants,
and valued at Sixty-three Thousond Six Hun
dred ($63,000) Dollars.
Tho time for which tljcy desire to bo incorpo
rated is a period of thirty years, from tho dato
of tho filing of this Declaration in tho Office of
tho Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas for
Edge'field District, with snch privileges to in
crease tho Capital Stock, as are by statute in such
.And therefore, Dd Pray, That after this Decla
ration, and tho affidavit hereunto attached, shall
have been filed in thc stiel Office, nn l publication
thereof be had once' a weak' for two months, in
terms of-tho law,'tho said Clerk may render to
tho applicants tho proper Certificate, .to bo | held
and deemed as evidence of tho Charter of Incor
poration^ tho 6aid F?th South Carolina Paper
Company, in accordonco wiih the provisions of
an Act of tho Legishy.ure'of Soiuh Carolina, en
titled "An Act to authorize and regulate tho
Creation, bf Private Corporations within, this
State," approved Doo. 20th, 1866.
- ' . WM. CRAIG,
President Thc Bath So. Ca. Paper Co.
JOHN D. BUTT,
Sec'ry Jc-Treas'r. Bath S. C. Paper Co.
JOHN T. MILLER, ,
-GEO. T.' JACKSON,
W. E. JACKSON,
J. W. BUTT,
JNO. D. BUTT,
State of South Carolina, ?
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. $
PERSONALLY appeared bofore mo, Benjamin
Baird, Magistrato for Edgefield District, S.
C., a person authorised to administer oaths under
tho laws of -BaidStoto, William Craig, who being
duly, sworn, deposes and says, That ho is tho
President of Tho Bath South Carolina Paper
Company, tho Stockholders of which have ?ade
tho foregoing1 Declaration, and that the amount
o'f Capital in property actually, owned by said
Company, consisting of Land,-Mill Buildings,
Improvements, Machinery and Fixtures, is of tho
value in current funds tho sum of Sixty-three
Thousand Six Hundred.(63,600) Dollars, and that
tho.amount of Capital in current funds oash paid
in is Six Thousand Four Hundred ($6,400) Dol
lars,-the wholo amounting to Seventy Thousand
Dollars in Currency.
Att'y for JAS. P. BOYCE.
Sworn to before mo, th ii 9th day
of May, A. D. 1FJB. .
BENJAMIN BAIRD, M.S p. .
May 12, . 2m
More New Goods
THE Subscriber would respectfully call the at
tention of tho citizens of EdgeCeld and vi
cinity to his well selectod Stock of Gooda, con
sisting in part of
; JACONETS, '
THREAD OF ALL KINDS,
BRAIDS AND NOTIONS,
Ladies, Missos and Boys SHOES, in groat va
SUGAR, COFFEE, MEAL, HAMS,.
SPICES, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,'SALT,
TIN WARE, CROCKERY, ? ' '
BLACKING, MATCHES, Ac, Ac.
Give mo a call, and you will find my prices as
low as tho lowest.
^SB-Terms strictly Cash.
S. H. MANGET,
Under M isonic Hall.
Apr 28 tf 18
THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Edgefield and' the public gene
rally that he has Removed his BOOT AND SUOE
SHOP to No. 5, Park-Row, formerly occupied by
R. H. Mims, Agent, where he is prepared to eje
cuto, iii the best possible manner, ALL WORK
in tho Boot and Shoo department, and at prices
at which none can complain.
He will keap constantly on hand
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGAR,
And everythiag^sually kept in a retail Grocery
Store, whioh ho will sell at Augusta retail prlcei,
A liberal share of public patronage il s olid tod.
W. D. HAMEY.
Apr 29 tf 18
_?S*-Tho Pott Office hat also boen ?romovod to
No. fi Park Row.
LEAD Y & GRIFFIN, ATTORNEYS AT
LAW and SOLICITORS IN EQUITY, will
Practice in thc"Courts of South Carolina, and in
the United States Conrts.
Office in rear of tho Court House.
W. J. READY,
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 5, tf 7
LAVING accepted several Agoncies, I am
propared to relieve tho Ladies almost entirely of
tho hardships of household business, such os
SEWING, WASHING, MAKING SOAP, CAN
DLES, ?c., and to furnish them, and tho gentle
men, with GOOD and USEFUL BOOKS to rend
at their leisure.
I hare tho
Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
The ONLY SELF-GUIDING SEWING.MA
CHINE IN THE WORLD ! Costs only Twenty
Dollars. I also have a
Jackson's Universal Washing Com
The greatest labor savers known, and which strip
wash-day of its terrors. The COMPOUND will
remove Paint, Grease, Stains, ?c., and cure
Chapped Hands, ?c. It is worth five times the
cost of tho Right for a toilet article aloue. Try
it, and you will usc nothing else.
The Eureka Illuminating Oil.
CHEAP, CLEAN and NEAT ! Makes a bril
liant Light! No Smoke! No offensive Smell 1
No GroasH ! Not explosive ! Not dangerous to
uso 'ike Kerosene !
Thc Pictorial un da y Book,
Containing an Account of the Manners, Rites and
Traditions of thc Jews and otter Eastern Na
tions, Ac. The whole i-xptAfUpfy of many por
tions of the Old and New Testaments. By Robt.
THE YOUTH'S OR PEOPLE'S HISTORY
OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR,-'tho only
History of the War from a Democratic stand
point. By R. G. Horton.
Thcso Books should bo in every house.
Agents wanted in each Battalion to assist
W. L. PAHKS, Agent..
Mar 16 tf 12
10,000 Lbs? Hides
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MAR
KET PRICE FOR DRY HIDES IN
J, W. BACON.& BRO.,
Saddle, Harness mid Lent!)er Manufacturers,
No. ICU, under Augusta Hotel,
Mar 17 2tn . 12
100 P.BLS. FLOUR, different; grades.
25,000 LBS. SMOKED B.lCON.
25,000 LBS. BULK BACON.
5,000 LBS. CHOICE HAMS.
10 T?ERCES LARD.
100 Bbls. LIQUORS, all grndes.
200 Sacks COFFEE, Rio, Java and La
25 Half-chosts TEA, various grades.
75 Bbls. SYRUP, various grndes.
With a full stock of SUGARS, CANDLES,
SOAP, ?c., for salo low by
O'DOWD A MULHERIN.
Augusta, Fob 21 tf 9
F. A. BRAHE,
At His Old Stand 194 Broad Street,
OFFERS AT THE VERY LOWEST PRI
CES, to suit the times, a largo Stock of
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES and
CHAINS, FINE JEWELRY, FIRST CLASS
DIAMONDS,?known as old Mine Stone?, and a
very largo assortment of Sterling SILVER
WARE. Aiso, a large lot of FANCY GOODS.
Mr."BRAHE having just returned from Eu
rope will again pay personal attention to the
REPAIRING.of WATCHES; and JEWELRY.
Augusta, Dec 23 lm .52
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Prematuro D:cay, and all tho
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tho sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, tho recipo and directions foi making the simple
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufforcrs wish
ing to profit by tho advertiser*;! experience can do
so by addressing, in perfect cc nfl dence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., Now York.
May 27 ly , 22
Information guaranteed to produce a luxuriant
growth of hair.upon a bald head or beardless
face, also a recipo for tho removal of Pimplos,
Blotches; Eruptions, etc., on tho skin, leaving tho
samo s"dt, clear, and beautiful, can bo obtained
without cbargo by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, CHKXIST,.
823 Broadway, Now York.
Sept 18_ . 8a 33
Tho Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of charge) to all who dosiro it, the
prescription with tho directions for making and
using the simple remedy by ?hieb ho wag cured
of a lung affection and that dread disease Consump
tion. His only objectis to benefit the afflictod and
ho hopes ovtry sufferer will try this prescription,
as it will cost thom nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St, Williamsburg, N. Y
J5??Rcv. Mr. WILSON'S preparations for tho
Cure of Consumption may be obtained from G.
L. PENN, Edgefield, S. 0.
Sept 18 8m 88
raS?*??li Barrel No'. 1 kerosene
9 G. L. PENN.
Fob 12 til
Great R?duction !
W E EEO TO ANNOUNCE to our Friends
and Customers that we are in receipt ot' a VERY
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF GOODS,
150 PIECES BEST PRINTS,
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS,
Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS,
Plain and Stripe'd OSNABURGS.
Striped and-Figured Brown LINEN DRILL,
Brown LINEN DOCK,
Wbito LINEN DUCK,
White and Brown' Tsble DAMASK,
DOILEYS, TOWELS, CRASH, Ao.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Beautiful LENOES and MOZAMBIQUES, "
Handsome CHALLIS* and POPLINS,
Rich and elegant PIQUETS,
TOMATINES, latent styles,
Fashionable Silk GRENADINES,
Beautiful CRAPE MARET, .
Plain and Figured LAWNS.
Bishop LAWNS, .
Swiss and Juckonet MUSLINS,
Nansook and Mull MUSLINS,
Black SILK, a splendid article,
Trimmed and Untrimmed HATS,
BIBB0N8 and LACES,
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS,
TRIMMINGS of every variety,
50 Doz. COAT'S BEST THREAD,
GLOVES and HOSIERS in great virlity,
nO0P SKIRTS, a tremendous itoolt, and at
uncommonly low prices.
FOR THE GENTLEMEN.
A splendid Uno of READY-MADE CLOTH
ING, cheaper than evor,
Elegant CLOTHS and CASSIMEREiS,
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, full Hock,
Felt, Fur and Straw HATS at low figures.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.
In Storo a very large and select slock of La
dies, Mioscs, Gent?, Boys and Children'!; SHOES,
at'prices within tho reach of all.
Good BROGANS from $1,65 to $2,50.
On band a large and well selected stocks of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
All of which were bought from the largest and
best Houses in New York prior to tho groat rise
in Cotton, and we propose to sell them as low as
they can possibly be bought in Augusta.
C. A. CHEATHAM & BRO.
AprilM tf 16
Tax Collector's Notice.
IWILL be at the timo and places hereinafter
mentioned, ta receive the Assessment and Tax
Returns, and also .Collect the Taxes due on the
samo for the year 1807,* viz :
Red nill, Monday and Tuesday, ISth and 19th
Cheatham's Store, Wednesday and Thursday,
20th and 21st.
Liberty Hill, Friday and Saturday, 22d and
Lybrand's, Monday and Tuesday, 25th and
Granitcville, Wednesday and Thursday, 27th
Edgefield C. H., Monday and Tuesday, 1st and
Mt. Willing, Wednesday and Thursday, Sd aud
Richardson's, Friday and Saturday, 5th and
Haltawanger's Store, Monday and Tuesday,
Sth and 0th.
Edgefield C. H., Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
11th, 12th and 13th June.
Hamburg, Wednesday and Thursday, 17th and
After which time my Books will positively
Persons having Roturns to make,. will bear in
mind that the Tax Order requires all parties due
individual Taxes to make their own Returns in
porson, unless they are sworn according to law.
E3^*All' persons engaged in Merchandize or
Salo of Liquors will mako their Returns for the
last Quarter of 1867, and also for tho Grst Quar
ter in 1S68, by Saturday, the ?6th May, or thoy
will bo liable to double Tax.
BENJ. ROPER, T. C. E. D.
May 5 tf 19
State of South Carolina,
James A. Devore, Ad'or., j B?" to Mftnha,
Susan Lanham, et al. ' J Asselts? *?
BY Virtue of an Order of thc Court in this
case, the Creditors of JAMES M. LAN
HAM, dee'd , are required to present and prove
their claims before the Conimissiouer on or beforo
thc 15th day of July next, or in default thereof
bo barred the benefit of tho decree to be pro
Z. W. CARWILE, I'.E.E D.
May 18, 10^_20*
State of South Carolina,
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
. Fronkliu Harris, Ex'or., ")
vs > Partition, Ac.
Win. Littleton ct al. j
THOSE who claim to be Heirs at Lr.w of the
Estato of SIMPSON HARRIS, doe'd., are
hereby notified to appear before me and identify
themselves as such, by the first day of August
next, ox bo barred (ho benefit thereof.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
May 4 4t 19
AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Just received and for sale hy
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Morar.
Apr 27_ tf_lii_
HAVING Rented the above well-known HO
TEL, in tho Town of Edgefield, I am pre
pared, from this dato forward, to ENTERTAIN
TRAVELERS, PERMANENT BOARDERS
and DAY BOARDERS.
The Saluda House is situated in a rtaiet part
of tho Town, and its Rooms and Chambers are
airy and commodious.
Nothing, either as regards Table, Lodging or
Service, shall bo left nndono on my pivrt to de
serve the patronage and confidence of the public.
i "? A. A. GLOVER.
Feb ll tf 7
Tb the Public.
THE Subscriber' is engaged in tho BLACK
SMITH BUSINESS, in all its branches, at
the Brick Blacksmith Shop in rear of Park Row.
Having secured th* services of a good WAGON
BUILDER, I am prepared to REPAIR ALL
WAGONS and BUGGIES sent to my Shop. All
work entrusted to my caro will be warranted to
Prices reduced to the lowest rates, but terms
STRICTLY CASH. "
Mr. A. A. Paul, Gunsmith, may be found at.
my Shop, ready to work on Guns, Pistols, Ac.
Jan 13_._tf 3
ALL persons indebted, to the Estate of MAR
SHALL ST?IDHAM;.dec'd., aro notified to
pay rho samo forthwith. Those having clains
against tho said Estate will present them, duly
attested, by the 22d August next, as on' that-day
a Final Settlement on said Estate will.be in tho
JAMES GREEN, Adm'or.
Mar. 3 5m* IO
Hoes ! Hoes !
IN Ster<y and for salo very low, TWELVE
DOZEN BRADE'S SUPERIOR WEEDING
?. F. CHEATHAM.
AS I have left the State, I Lave sppninUd
RANSOM TIMM ERM AN my legal Agent
to transact iiny business of my own, or ar Ad
ministrator on tho Estate of J< hn B. Timmermen,
dee'd. TILLMAN JENNINGS.
Apr 27, 11183, St* 18
New Drug Store !
Undersigned takes pleasure ia informing
bis friends that be has just received an ENTIRE
NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF
Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, &c,
A.t tho Old Stand under Masonic Hall, wbere'he
will constantly on hand full Stocks of everything
in tho Drug line. .
Persons wishing to purchase will find It to
their advantage to call at the Old Stand.
T? J. TEAGUE. Ag?.
May 12 tf 20
JUST received at -he SALUDA HOUSE, one
of tb? bett assortments of
Pure Old Liquors, Wines. &c,
Ever introduced into this market.
ICE ALWAYS ON HAND, families sop
plied at reasonable rates.
May 13 lm 20
Now in Store,
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES, embracing in
PECAN NUTS, .
CHOICE CIDER VINEGAR,
SOA^ \ND CANDLES,
POWDER, SHOT, ?c.
Just received and for sale at reasonable nricts.
O. L. PENN.
May 19 * If il
O'DOWD A MU?.HERIN,
No. 288 Broad Street.
-A-ugnsta, G-eorgia. ,
A FULL STOCK OF CHOICE GRO
CERIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
i^Prompt Attention given to CONSIGN
MENTS and ORDERS. . ;
Augusta, Feb 24 . 3m fl
JL HE Subscriber bogs leave to remind Lis
friends throughout Edgcfield District, that ho is
still at the famous FRER1CKSBURG STORE
Augusta, Ga., on the Corner below the Planturs
Hotel, where he is ever ready to welcome the ai,
and exhibit to them ALL KINDS AND QUALI
TIES of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, a ad
to offer them the. MOST ADVANTAGEOUS
He will consider it a privilege at all times to
seo and serve his Edgcfield friends at the Frede
rick s burg St?re.
Augusta, Apr 13 3m 10
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No. of Policies issued in 1867, 15,251.
Amount insured oa same, $44,86-1,872.
Assetts Jan. 1, 1867, $4,401.833,36
Receipts for year ending Jan '68. 5,129,447,34
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CHAS. W. HARRIS, MANACER.
F. M. NICHOLAS, Special Travelling Agent
for South Carolina.
Apr 21 lm 17
Toilet Soaps and
JUST received a LARGE and COMPLETE
assortment TOILET SOAPS from the cele?
brated Factory of Colgate & Co. Also,
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS for the Handkerchief,
: ? POWDER for the Toilet,
FRbNOH RICE FLOUR for the Toilet.
For sale very low by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Apr 27 . tf . .18
THE Commissioners of Roads, Bridges and Fer
ries throughout tho District, and tho Coun
cils of the Towns of Hamburg and Edgt-field, will
tako notice, That under Orders from Gen. Canby,
proceeds of all Licenses tor the Salo of Spiritu
ous Liquors aro required to be paid over to the
Commissioners of tho Poor for the Di- riot, t > be
applied by them to tho support of tho Poor.
Payments aro required at once, and mu.-', bc
made to H. T> Wright, Treasurer of the Bt?:ird,
who is authorized to receipt fer th? sn me.
W. L. COLEMAN, Chair. Board.
May 27_?_at 22
THE Subscriber has in Store the fullowing
DYE STUFFS of No. 1 quality and for
ale at prices all right
'COPPERAS, BLUE STONE,
VENETIAN RED, Ac
Arr 21 G. L. PENN.
APr21_ . tf U.
ALw?!??W baebtcJ *. ??. Estate, of W. N.
MOORE, deo'd., by collin* on W. W. An
AX3, E*q., can compre miso said debit OD reasona
J: P. MOORE.; h
T. L. MOOAE, ! J A<r?T
Jone 1 5t 23
A RR ANTED TO CURE. Joft recoieved
and for sale hy
G. L. PINN. :