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For the A dvertiser.
Seymour and Blair Forever!
AIR-McClellan'? March to Richmond.
Come all ye Democrats, aud listen to my song,
That I am going to sing-it won't detain you long;
It ia poorly composed, and has a bad Air,
But I think it suits the party-Seymour 4 Blair.
These two Statesmen advocate our rights
By reserving the ballot box entirely for the whites;
And the Mongrel State Governments, wherever
Will all be dispersed by Seymour 4 Blair.
These great men were by the people chosen
As men who would support the old Constitution
Oar Bights in the Union, without tho kinky hair,
Is the true policy of Seymour and Blair.
That is all we want, and all we would have,
We can all live without the negro as a slave,
With the exception of thencgro, putus as wo were,
And we'll all live in pence under Seymour 4 Blair.
When Grant read the news of the Great Nomina
Ile cursed and swore like all damnation;
He called to Colfax in deep despair,
And says " We will be beat by Seymour 4 Blair."
"I said it would not do-I knew it would not do,
This'Radical Juggernaut we can't get through,
Fall in Scalawags-you havo straight hair,
And help us to pull against Seymour 4 Blair."
Ben Beast Butler proposed thc other day,
To steal all the Silver Spoons, then runaway,
Provided Grant would follow aud keep up thc rear,
For he could not stand the pressure from Seymour
Oh cheer, boys, cheer : raise the joyous shout,
We will overthrow the Scalawags-put them all
Wo can do it easy-we can do it fair,
By ali pulling together for Seymour and Blair.
Ob, tbc Star Spangled Banner, long may it wave.
O'er tho land of the free, the home of tho brave;
Oh, hoist it in pph jdor, unfold it in thc air,
We'll take ? as a watchword for Seymour 4 Blair.
There is ona thing now, beforo I end ray song,
I would like for all Democrats to try and take a
Its the Democratic Badge, so rich and so rare,
It is the Photographs of Seymour & Blair.
The Union of Washington is thc Uaion for us
That Union ^o will have or raise .a big muss,
.We will har., it through the ballot box, or fight
them in the rear,
With the old Constitution-Seymour 4 Blair.
NEGROES ARMING AND DRILLING:-The
Memphis Ledger, of the 1st inst., makes this
" We understand that negro leaguers arc
drilling at several points cn the outskirts of
the city. The diff?rent gunsmiths ol' the city
are kept busily at work by them making re
pairs. The employees ol' our office counted
twelve this morning with guus for repair at
-the establishment opposite. What is thc
meaning ot' all this unusual stir and prepara
tion ? Do they all intern! to quit fa:uiiugand
working and hunt lora livelihood?"
The Nashville Banner, ot the 4th, says:
M Wc have seen it stated that the negroes
iu other portions of the State are adopting a
similar course. This is one of the legitimate
results of Radical teaching. They have been
mad.* to believe that the Southern people,
among whom they propose to ?ive, are their
enemies, and that they should ann themselves
and organize companies and drill, tbat they
may be prepared to resist the encroachments
ol' these enemies. Why is it that no efforts
are made by the civil authorities to put a slop
to this movement on thc part ol the negrees,
and to show them the criminal, folly of such
a course ?';
YAXKEE TRICK PLAYED DPOX A YANKEE.
-A Mr. Foster (Radical,) of the North Car
olina House of Representatives, alludiug to a
silver-spoon report, said such a, charge might
possibly be made again&t Beast Butler with
truth, but not ugainst him. He then attack
ed Mr. Sinclair, who rcpi?t-d as iollows:
Mr. Sinclair said it wculd be unparliamen
tary to call the member a liar, but neverthe
less the assertion that he was a liar was true,
and he did not think his marital relations
were mattet s to be discussed in this House.
The member iroiu Bladen (Foster,) who wish
ed to incorporate in tb.; Bill a pruviaion for
embalming bodies, was greatly interested in
that business, for in th? pursuit of that occu
pation at Wilmington, just after the war, he
received aa order from a Northern gentleman
to disinter his son, who had died in that place
from the eflecis o? the amputation of his left
leg. Foster, being unable to lind the identi
cal body, and disliking to lose his profit, se
lected a body and cut off one of its legs. When
the body ranched home, Io and behold ! it was
found out that the right leg had been cut off
by mistake. Thc gentleman of course dis
covered tLe fraud, returned the body, and th*
carpet bag resurrectionist was left minus his
p?f The Newberry Hcralil says : " Wc learn
that a young lady of our district, desiring a
brace of young pigeons tho other day, bagged her
game with a ti tu ty pistol, at a distance of ten or
a doren yards. Sho took one bird's head off.
Wonder if Newberry can afford a battalion of
sucn sharp ?hooters and of tho feminine gender?
Mrs. F. W. ltOACII was born March 21-t 1S22,
was married to A. W. ROACH, Feb. (iib 1S-10, and
died of Consumption, Aug. Uh, l?oS.
She was a member of the M. E. Church South
about twenty-nine years. She suffered much, l'or
many years, of this wasting disease which ter
minuted her life. Her death is our loss, and es
pecially her dear children's, but her eternal gain.
A mother's love for her children was tho only
reason she could give, for a desire ti liiigeV upon
earth, in a dying condition. Well may her chil
dren mourn her departure, fur when she ceased
to live on earth she ceased to pray for thom. May
the memory of u tn o the i's prayers lead them all
Speedily to Christ. And while her spirit may be
their guardian angel, may she have cause to joia
in the melody of heaven, " thc dead's alive" by
faith in Christ.
The writer, as her Fastor, visited her several
times last year a~d thi>, and always found ber
ready, waiting, and eager to entor her heavenly
home, that she might rest from thc sufferings of
this world,-which wc trust she now enjoys in
the paradise of God. When the hour came for her
to go sho was sitting on the lounge, and fell into
the arms of her sun sitting by, ?nd died without
a struggle. How tranquil mid peaceful the be
liever in Christ passes away !
W. A. CLARKE.
Shady Hill Select School
WILL RE-OPEN on MONDAY. August
31 sc Terms the same as heretofore.
Those wishing t-i join the Dancing Class, who
do not belong to tho School, ilium lefter their
names previous to Friday, the 4'.h S-pt.
Mns. ANNETTE S. GOODMAN, Pm?.
Aug 2j lt 85
TnE Undersigned is prepared to do ANY
AMOUNT OF HAULING, and 'fould respect
ful^ ask the citizens of Edgcfield for a share of
All orders left at the Augusta Bridge, or sent
by mail, will receive prompt attention.
Aug 25 6: S5
THE Subscriber will offer at public sale, on
the premises, on the FIRST MONDAY in
September text, the PLANTATION formerly
owned by J. Y. L. PARTLOW, in Edgefield Dis
trict, known as the
INCLUDING THE MILL, STOCK AND SUP
PLIES on the Place, with the CROP. '<>
MISS BELLE PABTLOW.
AuglO 4t 33
DEMOCRACY OF EDGERELD
On Wednesday, 2d Sept. 1868.
GENS. HAMPTON, KERSHAW,
MCGOWAN AND GARY,
Of South Carolina, and
GENS. TOOMBS, WRIGHT, &C,
Of Georgia, and
Other Distinguished Speakers,
Are confidently expected to Address the Meeting.
MUSIC, DINNER, Ac, &c.
THE DEMOCRATIC PUBLIC aro invited to
attend tho DEMOCRATIC MEETING AND
BARBECUE, at Edgefield C. H., on Wednesday,
And tho Ladies are especially requested to
grace the occasion- with their prosence,-and
bi i'nn their Pic Nie Batkcte.^
M. C. BUTLER, ") Committeo
GEO. BOSWELL. )? of
JAMES A. DEVORE J Invitation.
Aug 2G lt -36
HE undersigned beg leave to present their
mest respectful compliments to tho LADIES OF
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, aud to invite them
to attend a
To bo held in thc Masonic Hal!, at Edgefield C.
H., on the evening of Wednesday, the 2nd Sept.,
commeucing at S o'clock.
Tho Ladies, ono and all, arc respectfully re
quested not lo await further or more formal in
vitation, as circumstances render it almost im
possible to send out cards.
Gentlemen also aro respectfully invited to nt
teud thc Ball. Price of AduiL-Hoa for Gentle
Ex-Gov. F. W. PICK ENS,
GEN. R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
GEN. M. W. GARV.
Ex-Gov. M. L. BONHAM.
JUDGE JOHN E. BACON,
GEN. M. C. BUTLER,
COL. A. P. BUTLElt,
Hox. G. D. TILLMAN,
JAS. J. GREGG, ESQ.,
MAJ. Z. W. CARWILK,
COL. B. E. NICHOLSON,
COL. J. H. BROOKS,
Hos. TILLMAN WATSON,
BE NJ. BETTIS, ESQ.
JAS. T. BACON, W. T. GAUY,
J. n. CIIEATHAM, W. H. Bnrxso.v,
RICHARD BONHAM, ll. W. ADDISON,
T. W. CAUWILK, C. A. CllEATBAM,
ALBERT NICHOLSON, BE.VJ. STROTHE?,
JOS. WISE, W. A. COLLETT,
SOM. BOATWRICHT, WM. INLOW,
DAN. TOMPKINS, FKANK WAUHEN,
NEWTON FAIK, AUGUSTUS TOMPKINS.
Aug 25 2t ::5
?S. V. MN l ull &
ILL give their PROMPT PERSONAL
ATTENTION to tho SALE OF PRODUCE
Consigned to their care.
j??>"Comni????ons charged ?ill bc One and a
Quarter per Cer.t.
S. D. LINTON.
R. L. GENTRY.
GEO. K. MOORE.
Augusta, A\i? '2~> Cuiili
State of South Carolina,
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
AV COMM OX OLEAS.
A. J. Ruuntree, 1
vs > Attachment.
Wiley Ilarriion. J
WHEREAS thc Plnintill' did on thc 20th day
of August, A. D., lSoS, file his Declara
tion against the Defendant, who (as it is said,)
is absent from and without thc limits of thisStatc,
and has neither wife nor Attorney known within
thc same, upon whom a copy of tho said Declara
tion nji^bt bc served, It in therefore, Ordered,
That thc Defendant do appear md plead to the
Declaration on or before thc 2llth day of August,
which will be in the year of our Lord LSii9,
otherwise final and absolute judgment will then
bc given and awarded against him.
S. HARRISON, Clk. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Aug 20, 1S0S. qly 35
Slate-o?" South Cardilla,
IN O RD IX AR Y.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Tillman H. Clark has applied to mc
for Letters of Administration, on all and singular
the guods and chattels, rights and credits of
William Littleton, lato of tho District afore
These arc, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to bc and appear before mc, at our
next Ordinary's Court for thc said District, to be
holden at Edgefield C. H., on tho 'Arl day ol
Sept. next, to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not bc granted.
Given under my haud aud seal, this 20th day
of August in thc year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and Sixty-eight, and in the 'J'Ml
year of tho Independence of thc United States
W.F.DURISOE, O.E.D. '
August 21 2t 35
NOTICE-$10 REWARD !
T?LEN, from Mr. DAVID MACK, at Dr. J. W.
PITTS', six miles from Chappell's Depot, on thc
night of tho "th inst., a large Bay nORSE and a
middling sized Sorrel MARE. The Horse is about
ll years old, with some grey hairs on each sid?
of his Shoulder from marks of the collar, with a
sink in his neck where tho top bamestring works,
aud a high lump on his wethers; when moving
carries his tail on one side, and his hci<d on n
level with his body : he trots well, walks with a
long, swinging wallt, and is perfectly gentle.
The Sorrel Mare U about 13 years tdd, with a
small blazo in ber face : with a small notch in
ber right upper e?e lid; light mane anti tail;
round rump and elf se built, and when go'mg up
to her she looks ill, but is perfectly gentle.
Twenty Dollars each will be paid for tho re
covery of tho horses, or for information that will
load to getting them.
Richardsonvillc, Edgefield District, S. C.
Aug 18 3t* 34
ALL Persons engag? 1 in Merchandize, Manu
facturing, or Distilling Spirituous Liquors,
will make their Returns for the Quarter ending
30th June, lRf>?, forthwith, either to me or my
Agent Maj. Z. W. Carwilo, nt this place.
Those neglecting will bo linble to double tax.
BENJ. ROPER, T. C.E.D.
Everybody Speaks in its Favor.
DREW'S YEAST, or BAKING POWDER, in
highly spoken of by all who have given it
a trial. ,. ?
Just received another Gross. Single box 30
Conts. Two or moro Boxes 25 cts. each.
T. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
July 1 tf 27
THE LATEST STYLE.
JUST OPENED AT
JAS. A. GRAY & CO'S,,
228 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Aug 3 tf 32
OPENED THIS WEEK,
SHEER SWISS MUSLINS,
E .VIBRO IEE RED SWISS,
DESIRABLE GOODS FOR THE SEASON.
JAS. A. GltAY & CO.,
228 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Aug.'! tf 32
INE IO-4 SHEETING, UTICA, Pep
erel ami Bates' manufacturo.
FINE 5-4 QUARTER PILLOW CASE
COTTON, Tuicarora anl Wam?utta brands.
LINEN SHEETINGS AND PILLOW
CASE LINENS, very low.
GAUZE FLANNELS; very .-heap.
JAS. A. GRAT & CO.,
228 Broad St., Augusta, Cn.
Augusta, Aug 3 tf 32
?J CASES LIGHT AND MEDIUM PRINTS,
IO cents per yan!.
CHINTZ BRILLIANTS, reduced.
ORGANDIE MUSLINS, reduced,
Li?:ht colored LENO?, reduced,
French MUSLINS, reduced.
Solid colored CREPE M ABETS, reduced.
Brown and Grey CHENE SILK POPLIN, re
Embroidered Colored CHALIES, reduced.
8-4 White CREPE MARETZ, reduced.
S-4 Black CREPE MARETZ, reduced.
8-4 Black BAREGE, reduced.
Black Silk GRENADINES, reduced.
JAS. A. GRAY ?fe CO.,
228 BROAD ST., AUGISTA, GA.
July 27 tt 31
WARRANTED TlliP SEED !
*JUST received and for sale thc following va
YELLOW RUTA BAGA,
EARLY FLAT DUTCH,
WHITE FLAT RED TOP,
TIIOS. W. CAI!WILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
July 29 If 31
LAYING been appointed by tho Manufactu
rers, Agent for thc exclusive salo ? f tho
Cotton Plant Cooking- Sieve
Tor tiie Districts of Pickers, Greenville, Spar
tan burg, Laurens, Abbeville, Yoikf Union, New
berry, EdgcOeld, Chester, Fairfield, Lexington,
Richland, Orangebuig and Kershaw, I would re
spectfully inform tho citizens of the above named
Districts iii nt I will keep on hand ii iargo supply
?f these STOVES, which I will sell at low prices
for cash only.
Wholesale doalcrssupplieJ at a liberal discount.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 27 2t 31
Stolen and Reward.
PROM the subscriber on tho 12th iust., a light
iron Grey MARE, marked-'as follows: A
small collar sear on point of each ? boulder,-right
hind foot white from fetlock joint down,-ii little
white oa thu other hind foot.
I will give fifty dollars for thief and horse, or
twenty-fivo fur horse alono.
N. A. WHETSTONE,
Orangeburg. C. II., Aug. IS 2t 31
Valuable Soap Recipe,
. HOSE wishing to have well-washed Clothes
will save timcasd expenso by calling on, or ad
dressing tho undorsigned. This Soap is unri
valled us to cheapness and utility.
Price of Recipe, SI,00.
MKS. EMMA M. KEARSEY, ACT.
Edgefield, S. C., Aug IS 2t
Notice to Debtors.
JAMES B. SULLIVAN, of Rome, Ga., hav
ing placed all his NOTES and ACCOUNTS
in my hands for collection, all persons indebted
to him will call and settle, or make satisfactory
arrangement?, by the fir?t Monday in September.
J. L. ADDISON, Atty, in Fact.
Aug IS 2t 34
ALL Persons indebted to thc Estato of Dr. R.
BRADFORD, dee'd., aro requested to rauko
?arly payment; ?ind all parties having auy claims
whatever against said deceased, either on his own
account, or as surety, aro notified to present tho
same to mo forthwith.
C. G. TUTT, Ex'or.
Aug ll 3m* 33
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM my Pasture, on Thursday night, tho fith
inst., ii small sized BAY MARE, in good
order. I will give ii liberal reward for tho lodg
ment of tho Thief at Edgefield C. H., or tho Maro
at my house, five miles North of Meeting Street,
in Edgefield District.
Aug ll 4t. 33
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
WHICH tho owner can recover by proving
property, and pnying for this advertise
ment. Apply at this Office.
July 28 8t 31
GENUINE TURNIP SEES !
JUST received a largo supply of BUIST'S
TURNIP. SEED-WARRANTED GENU
INE. Thc assortment embraces
EARLY FLAT DUTCH,
EARLY PURPLE TOP,
G. L. PENN.
July 1 tf 27
BIGHT KIND OF MANURE
TURNIPS AND WHEAT!
PURE FLOUR OF RAW BONE.
ALL BONE AND NOTHING ELSE BUT
BONE,-for salo by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,Agts.
- - No fi, Warren Block,
Aug 10 St 33
. A. Eland, ct al, Ex'or., "1
for C. Lowery,
vs. 1- Fi Fa.
, R. Johnson and wife j
Harriet E. J
BY virtuo of a Writof Fi Fa to me directed,
in the abovo stated case, I will proceed to
sell at Edgefield C. II.,"on "tho" first Monday in
September next, tho following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Two Hun
dred and Seventy (270) Acres, morcorless, known
as tho Egypt Place, adjoining lands of F. W.
Pickcns, Estate of R. J. Burton, dee'd., II. B.
Gallman and other?.
. .Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Aug. 13th 1SCS. 3to 34
Bcnj. Roper, T. C., j
;E. Z. .Hussey, Ad'or. of thc Estate f T'dX Ex'
of Emerson Hussey, dee'd. J
BY virtuo of an Execution in tho above stated
caso to mo directed, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. H., on tho first Monday in Sept.
next, thc following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Four
Hundred and Forty (40) Acres, moro or less, and
bounded by lands of John Archer, Joseph Hussey
and A. Sbarpton.
TRACT NO. TWO, containing Two Hundred
and Fifty (250) Acres, innre or less, and hounded
on tho North, South and West by lands of A.
Sbarpton, and on thc East by Tract No. 1.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Aug 10 4t 33
Eonj. Roper, T. C., )
vs V Tax Ex.
John Bauskcit. J
BY virtue of en Execution to mc directed,
in the above stated case, I will proceed to
sell at Edgefield CU., on the first Monday in
Sept. next, the following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Three
Hundred (JtOOJ Acres, more or less, adjoining Mrs.
Lucy Butler's lands, known as the Good Spring
ONE TRACT OF LAND known as the Peter
Day Tract, containiug Four Hundred (-100) Acre?,
more or leis, ndjoining lands of John Bell, A.
Hatcher, ?nd others.
ONE TRACT, known as thc Mill Tract, con
taining Threo Thousand Five Hundred Acres,
moro or less, adjoining lands of Alfred Hatcher,
Dr. Croft and others. On this Tract thoro is a
Saw Mill and Grist Mill.
?S?" Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D
~ Sheriff's Sale.
Ben. Roper, T. C., )
vs [ Tax Ex.
George W. Dorn. J
BY Virtue of an Execution to mo directed in
thc above stated case, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. H., on thc first Monday in Sept.
next, tho following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing One Hun
dred and Seventy-five Acres, more or less, bo
looping to the Defei'dnnt, and adjoining lands of
Mark Johnson, William Watkins and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Aug 10 4t 33
State of South Carolina,
Z. W. Carwiic, C. E. E. D., )
vs V Bill for Foro.
.Tolin H. Hodges, ct al. J
BY Virtuo of an order of Court in this cause,
I will sell at Edgefield Court Houso on tho
first Monday in September next, THE HOUSE
AND HOT iu tho Village of Edgefield, wnere?T
Ii. F. McEwen now resides, containing One Acre,
more or lc."?, adjoining lands of E. J. Mims, Mrs.
E. Christie, et ul.
TEHM.S-One-third of thc purchase money
and the costs of suit to bc paid in Cash. Tho re
mainder on a credit until the first day of January
1 SOU, with interest from tho day of sale, to bc
secured by bond with good personal sureties. Ti
Z. W. CAP.WILE, C.E.E.D.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
TlIE- UNDERSIGNED, late of Edgefield
District, and a native of Abbeville District, hav
ing purchased thc Stock in Trade of W. A.
RAMSAY A CO., GROCERS and COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS, would respectfully solicit
a continuance of the patronage so liberally be
stowed upon them.
He respectfully requests thc citizens of Edge
field, Abbeville, and the adjoining Districts who
trade in Augusta, to givo him ti cull before pur
chasing anything in his linc of trade elsewhere,
ns he flatter.-- himself that he will give them as
good bargains, if not better, than they can ob
tain elsewhere in thc city.
He will keep everything usually found in a
WELL STOCKED GROCERY STORE.
EgrTho best WINES, WHISKEY, BRAN
DY, GIN, ?c., always on hand, and very cheap.
Mr. W. A. RAMSAY may bo found at the
Store ut all times to wait upon customers.
JOHN C. PORTER,
No. 270 15 rond St., Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, jluly U_tf 20
County Commissioners5 Notice.
OTICE is hereby given to all County Officers,
and all citizens having business with thc County
Commissioners in reference to the County over
which tho County Commissioners have control,
will hereafter send all communications, petitions,
and other matter addressed to the Office of Coun
ty Commissioners at Hamburg.
Also, all persons retailing Liquors, or intend
ing to do so in the County of Edgefield, whose
License have expired, or thoso wi. lng to procuro
License, will apply aa usual ut this Office. Tltoso
failing to do will bo doalt with according to law.
FRANK ARNIM, Chair. C. C.
July 21_'?_tf_ 30
THE ABOVE GIN is superior to any ever
used in this country, and has taken many
premiums at Agricultural Fairs in tho Statos of
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
In it groat advantages aro gained, both in quan
tity and quality of staple cleaned, bringing in
price at least one cent per pound moro than cot
ton ginned on tho best gins of our country.
Wc havo on hand pamphlets showing tho
merits of this Gin, and giving certificates from
many of tho largest planters and cotton fnctors
in the South, which wo will furnish to any plan
ter wbo desires to purchase.
The GULLETT GIN can bo seen at our office,
cr.rnor Reynold and McIntosh stroets, Augusta,
^Sf-Every Gin Warranted.
ISAAC T. HEARD & CO.,
. Cotton Factors, Agents.
Augusta, Juno 1 t?m23
To the Public.
THE Subscriber is engaged in the BLACK
SMITH BUSINESS, in all its branches, at
tho Briok Blacksmith Shop in rear of Park Row.
Having secured tho services of a good WAGON
BUILDER, I nm proparod to REPAIR ALL
WAGONS and BUGGIES sent to my Shop. All
work entrusted to'my caro will bo warrantod to
Prices reduced to tho lowest rates, but terms
Mr. A. A. Paul, Gunsmith, may ho found at
my Shop, roady to work on Guns, Pistols, <fec.
Jan 13 tf 3
JUST Received TWENTY BUSHELS GOOD
From this dato, I will keep constantly on hand
a good supply of MEAL.
S. H. MANO ET.
JAMES G. MOFFETT,
And General Commission and Pro
No. 22, East Uay, Charleston, S. C.
TjIE Subscriber offers bis services to tho FAR
MERS, PLANTERS and MERCHANTS of
Fdgcfield District, for the SALE and SHIP
MENT of PEACHES, APPLES, Ac.
Shipments made from any point on the South
Carolina Railroad, near Augusta, nn Friday, will
be for sale in Baltimore and New York ou Tues
Freight on Crates 9x16x22, containing ono
Bushel, to Charlcstop, 31) cts.; to New York 60 cts.
Drayage in Charleston 3 cts per Box.
Promising strict and prompt attention to your
interest, I respectfully solicit your patronage. .
JAS. G. ill O FF ET 1',
(LATE MOFFETT A BOYCE.)
Charleston, July 13 lm29
AUGUSTA SEED STORE,
Xo. 15, Washington Street.
TlIE Subscriber has commencoil to receive
his Stock of thc above, comprising a largo as
sortment of IMPORTED AND AMERICAN
SEEDS, tho latter grown to my order nt the
North this yonr.
English Improved SWEDE, assorted,
Largo White OLOBE,
Large Whito NORFOLK,
Large Whito nnd Yellow FRENCH,
New Yellow FINLAND,
Early YELLOW STONE, fine,
HANOVER or TANKARD,
. American PURPLE TOP,
Waites' ECLIPSE, Iorgo,
. RED or PURPLE TOP STRAPED LEAF,
WHITE FLAT DUTCH,
Robinson's GOLDEN HALL, fine,
WHITE RUTA BAGA,
And others not enumerated.
Also, the finest qualitv of WINTER AND
SPRING CABBAGE SEED, BEETS, Ac.
p?*l will prepay thc Postage or Express on
all Seeds ordered, from a ? pound to a pound,
when tho Cash is sent.
pSrk liberal deduction to Merchants.
Augusta, July 23 6t 29
Corner Drug Store,
No. 1, Park How,
T. W. CARWILE.
? HAVE just received a FRESn SUPPLY of
ROODS pertaining to my line of business, con
Tieman'i LAUNDRY BLUE,
Hurly's WOK M CANDY,
Essence of JAMAICA GINGER,
Costar's INSECT POWDERS,
Hosteler's STOMACH BITTERS,
Hall's Sicilian HAIR RENEWER,
Spear's FRUIT PRESERVING SOLUTION,
Mrs. Winslow's SOOTHING SYRUP,
Radwav's READY RELIEF,
Effervescing SM. CITRATE MAGNESIA,
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND,
Aycr's CHERRY PECTORAL,
Sylvester's BENZINE, or STAIN REMOVER
Beckwiths Anti-Dyspeptic TILLS,
A. Q. Simmons' LIVER MEDICINE,
Genuino Old PORT WINE,
SHERRY and MADEIRA WINE,
< wBR-BNCH BRANDY,
, Fine Family WHISKEY,
Bringer's Old London Dock GIN,
Frosh SEIDLITZ POWDERS,
COOKING EXTRACTS-Lemon, Orange, Va
nilla and Rose,
Durkee's Concentrated POTASH,
NATRONA SAPONIFIER for making SOAP
Cox's SPARKLING GELATINE, Ac.
For the Hair.
Mrs. Allen's ZYLAB A LS A M U M,
EUREKA HAIR IN VIGORA TOR,
Antique HAIR OIL,
Bear's OIL and Creole HAIR OIL,
Pure OX MARROW, ?c.
For thc Uautlkercliief.
LUBIN'S GENUINO EXTRA CTS-asserted,
Genuine BELL COLOGNE,
NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS, Ac.
Highly Pcrfumod RICE FLOUR fur the Toilet
Puru LILY WHITE,
Lubiu's TOILET POWDER,
Fancy PUFF BOXES,
Bazin's SHAVING CREAM,
Military Shaving SOAP,
TOILET SOAPS of all kinds,
The very best TOOTH BRUSHES.
Fine assortment ni HAIR H RUSH ES,
nat and Clothes BRUSHES,
Dreeing COMBS, Fine Tooth COMBS,
Tooth WASHERS and POWDERS, Ac.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment of
LAMPS, Lamp CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, Ac.
PURE KEROSINE OIL,
NURSING BOTTLES, improved style/
PENS, INK, STATIONERY,
Faber's LEAD PENCILS, Ac., Ac.
^r-All sold for thc most reasonable price, but
T. Vf. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
June 23 tf 20
LADIES, ATTENTION !
HAVING accepted several Agencies, I am
prepared to relievo the Ladies almost entirely of
tho hardships of household busices*, such as
SEWING, WASHING, MAKING SOAP, CAN
DLES, Ac, and to furnish them, and the gentle
men, with GOOD and USEFUL BOOKS to read
at their leisure
I have tho
Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
The ONLY SELF-GUIDING SEWING MA
CHINE IN THE WORLD ! Costs only Twonty
Dollars. I atso havo a
Jackson's Universal Washing Com
Tho grcatost labor savers known, and which strip
wash-day of ?ts terrors. The COMPOUND wiii
removo Paint, Grease, Stain?, Ac, and cure
Chapped Hands, Ac. It is worth five times the
cost of tho R.ight for a toilet article alone. Try
it, and you will use nothing elso.
The Eureka Illuminating Oil.
CHEAP, CLEAN and NEAT ! Makes a bril
liant Light! No Smoke! No offensivo Smell !
No Grease ! Not explosive ! Not dangerous to
use Uko Kerosene !
The Pictorial unday Book,
Containing an Account of the Manners, Rites and
Traditions of thc Jews aud other Eastorn Na
tions, Ac Tho whole explanatory of many por
tions of tho Old and New Testaments. By Robt.
THE YOUTH'S OR PEOPLE'S HISTORY
OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR,- I ho only
History of tho War from a Democratic stand
point By R. G. Horton.
These Booka should be in every house
CyAgonts wantod in each Battalion to assist
W. L. PARKS, Agent.
Mar 16 ti 12
L. C. DUNCAN, Proprietor
OPPOSITE NEW TAMMANY HALL,
NEW YOBK CITT-.
Jut?. 22 ly 6
New Firm I
THE Undersigned have thin day entered int?
Co-Partnership in the GENERAL Gi'.u.
CERY BUSINESS under the Firm r.utn* <.!
0I1KATIIAM A BRUNSON. By cloie plica
tion to business th?iy hope to merit ond reavivo a
liberal patronage. *
0. F. CHEATHAM,
W. H. BRUNSON.
June 8th, ^863.
The People's Store
THE Subscribers have now in Store a full sup
ply of Goods, which they warrant of the FIRST
QUALITY, ?nd which they are offering at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. Their Stock
embraces in part
Bacon SIDES and SHOULDERS,
Choice- HAMS-very fine,
Superior Leaf LARD,
Dried BEEF, Smoked TONGUES,
MACKEREL, in Kits and Barrels,
1000 Bushels CORN,
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, GRIST,
Cairned OYSTERS, SARDINES, LOBSTERS
PICKLES, SAUCES, Brandied FRUITS,
SPICES of all kinds,
RAISONS, CITRON, CURRANTS,
Hard and Soft Shell ALMONDS,
Sugnr, Butter and Soda CRACKERS,
Choice WINES ond CORDIALS,
BEST LIQUORS-in great variety,
Superior PORTER and ALE,
SUGARS of all grades-a heavy stock,
IO Bbls. SYRUP and MOLASSES, *
Java, Rio and Lnguira COr FEE,
Splendid White Wine and Apple VINEGAR,
Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES,
STARCH, SODA, SOAP,
A No. 1 Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
SEGA RS, SNUFF, PIPES,
TIN WARE, POT WARE,
Garden HOES, RAKES and FORKS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, PITCH FORKS,
Brade's WEEDING HOES-a splendid orticle,
SCYTHE BLADES-the very best,
H^IES and TRACE CHAINS,
WiLL BUCKETS, CHURNS, Ac, AC.
j^-The public are invited to call and give my
stock an examination.
CHEATHAM & BRUNSON,
At Sullivan's Old Stand.
June S tf 24
NEW GOODS !
TlIE Subscriber has now in Store a Stock of
SUMMER GOODS, just received from Charles
ton, which ho will sell at the LOWEST MAR
A splendid assortment of CALICOES from 10
to 20 cts. per yard ;
LENOS, MOZAMBIQUES, Eng. BARAGES,
A nice lot of Colored MUSLINS;
White JACONET, SWISS, NANSOOK and
BISHOP LAWN,: Pla in, Striped and Checked;
Ladies' 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 Twillod LINEN for Boys and Men's
Men's, Youths and Boys Felt, Wool and Straw
Ladies, Misses and Children's SHOES, all
Mon's, Youths and Boys SHOES, all kinds ;
CROCKERY of all descriptions ;
Brade's Patent and Crown HOES ;
Perkins A Son's Patent HOES;
Griffin's Best Scythe BLADES ;
NAILS, HINGES, LOCKS, ko.
CHOICE GROCERIES, a foll and variod as
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
COME AHEAD 1
MY MILLS are now in fine trim, being
THOROUGHLY REPAIRED IN EVERY
PART, and in good condition to promise entire
satisfaction to customers.
ty Days for Grinding may be engaged,
which will be a convenience to all concerned.
j2S-Get all the Oats out of Wheat, if possible;
which may bc done by dissolving salt in water
until it will bear up an egg. Then pour in the
Wheat slowly, and all the Oats, imperfect Wheat,
and nearly all the Cheat, will float. Then pour
into clear water and dry it.
?ser-Customcrs are invited to inspect the man
agement of the Mills, and every part of the ma
chinery for Cleaning and Grinding Grain, and
report any negligence on the part of employees,
and any defect, any where, by which they may
possibly sustain any loss.
ty I have concluded to grind Wheat irre
spective of tho Oats contained in it, as the crop
generally is so full of Oats.
R. T. MIMS.
H. J. WEBB, Superintendant.
July I tf 27
Best Vinegar and Spices
FOB BAKING PICKJLJES.
JUST received a full supply of 8PICE8 OP
ALL VARIETIES for Pickling purposes
consisting in part of
WHITE MUSTARD SEED,
One Bbl. No. 1 VINEGAR.
For sale at the most reasonable prices by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
THE Sale Notes of the Estate of W. J. WELLS,
dee'd., aro in the bands of W. W. ADAMS,
Attorney, who is authorised to compromise the
said Notes according to the revised Salo Bill of
said Estate All parties who are indebted on
%ny such Note aro earnestly requested to come
forward and settle at home.
T. N. LUNDY, Adm'or.
June 23 2m 27
American Washing Compound !
THIS COMPOUND is considered the Greatest
and Best Invention of the Age, and the
Housewife's True Friend. Wash Boards and
Machines are entirely out of dato. Instead of
consuming half to three quarters of a day in te
dious washing, it can all be done in fron- One to
Two Hours with thia WASHING COMPOUND.
It only costs ONE QUARTER as much as the
old fashioned Soaps.
Mrs. M. C. FULLMER, Frog Level, Newber
ry District, S. C., the Agent, will furnish the
"Family Right" with full Instructions, on receipt
Julo 6 tf 28
ALL Persons having demands against the Es
tate of Mrs. NANCY TALLY, dee'd., are
hereby notified to present them to me by Thurs
day, the 1st day of October next. The heirs of
said deceased are also notified to meet mo in the
Ordinary's Office on that day for the purpose of
having a final settlement on said Estate.
A. HOLSON, Adm'or. .
July 6 3m 28
EW FLOUR-Granite Mills-in i Sacks,
Three Bbls. LEAF LARD, very Soe, .
Two Hhds. BACON SIDES,
Two Boxes LEMONS,
Five Cases BROGANS, all prices,
BEST SMOKING' TOBACCO, comprising the
favorite brands " Fruits and Plowers, "Jockey
Club," "Durham," Ac.
CHEATHAM A BRUNSON.
July 14_ tf_29_
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of MAR
SHALL STEIDHAM, dee'd., are notified to
pay the sumo forthwith. Those having oleJnuv
against the said Estate will present them, daly
attested,-by the 22d August next, as on that day
a Final Settlement on Mid Estate will be in the '
. JAMES GREEN, Adm'or.
I Max. 3 6a* io
THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE.
EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE
DAILY REPLENISHED BY
H Ml lEIiTTRL IMIS.
Another supply of Lama Lace POINTS and CIRCULARS,
Beautiful DBE.SS GOODS, in the greatest profusi'".,
New CALICOES, BRILLIANTS, PIQUES, TUCKED MUSLINS, MARSEILLES and
MOURNING GOODS of all kinda,
A large invoice of French worked INSERTINGS and EDGINGS just opened,
CLUNY COLLARS, black and white,
8 4 BLACK SILK, suitable for shawls, *
8 4 GRENADINE BAREGE and GRENADINES,
Colored and Black NETS for Veils,
Best makes HOOP SKIRTS,
GAUZE MERINO UNDERVE.STS,
A large' variety of TRIMMINGS and TRIMMING RIBBONS,
Full line of HOSIERY and GLOVES,
Beautiful assortmentof FANCY LINENS, TWEEDS, CASSIMERS, for Boys and Gents,'
IRISH LINENS, TABLE DAMASK, TOWELINGS, MARSEILLES QUILTS. ?c., 4c.
All are invited to call and examine. The Stock, to be appreciated, must be seen. We
keep no trashy or common auction goods, but every pi?ce- is selpcted with the greatest care.
Our stock, suited to the wants of COUNTRY MERC H \NTS, is unsurpassed in variety,
and should be examined by every one making purchases in thi9 market.
We buy at the lowest cash prices and sell upon the same terms.
V. KIT H A RDS & BROS.,
* Corner by the Planters' Hotel,
May 5 tf 19
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING
KENNEY & lEIY,
M! er oh. ant Tailors,
AND DEALERS IN
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
ARE OFFERING FOR SALE AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH,
AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
NEW SPEING J^?JD SUMMER
READY MADE CLOTHING,
FOR MEN AJSTD BOYS WEAR.
A SELECT ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING COORS,
REPLETE WITH ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
WE HAVE CHOME GOODS IN
FANCY COATING < ASSIMERES AND VESTINGS OF THE
NEUEST STYLES AND PATTERNS.
The Finest Brands of Imported
Ai\D DONKIN CASSIMERES,
Which wc make to order in the MOST FASHIONABLE MANNER and at the
AU Kinds of Custom Work made in the Best Manner, and Warranted to fit.
r We have GOOD BUSINESS SUITS from S6 to ?30.
' KENNEY & GRAY,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Apr!' 27 2m 18
More New Goods
TUE Subscriber would rcs;-- cffully call the at
tention of the citizens ol' Edg-.fiuld and vi
cinity to bis will selected Stuck of Goods, con
sisting in part of
XII BEAD OF ALL KINDS,
BRAIDS AND NOTIONS,
Ladios, Misses and Boys SHOES, in great va
SUGAR, COFFEE, MEAL, HAMS,
SPICES, CANDLES. SOAP, STARCH, SALT,
TIN WABE, CROCKERY,
BLACKING, MATCHES, Ac. ?c.
Give me a call, and yon will find my prices as
low as the lowest.
^?rTerins s'rictly Casb.
S. H. .VANGET,
Under Masonic U:i!l
Apr 28 tf 18
ALL Porsons indebted to the Estate of THOS
D. J. HOWLE doe'd., will please nmke pay
ment, and those h.n'ing demands ajrainst aid Es
tate will render them in properly attested.
Z. W. CAR" ILE, Ad'or.
July f. _tf_28
MR M. LEBESCHULTZ has plnccd lu>
NOTES und ACCOUNTS io our hoods fm
I collection. All parties interested wi o will com
forward will be allowoJ the ni"St liberal term." ..
BUTLER k YOUM NS.
A'tor'y.- at Low.
Juno lfi_lm 25
JUST received Ono Barret Na? 1 Kerosene
Oil. G. L PENN
Rah 12 tf_t
Bread? Bread! Bread!
(have just recived DREW'S YEAST or BAK
ING POWDERS-tin- V*ti ercr rando. For
sale very IMw by
THO?. W. CARWILE,
At Sign O'.Iden Mortar.
Save Your Grain.
FRESH and GENUINE RAT POISON, war
ranted to kill. F- r sain at the old stand,
under Masonio Hall
_T. J. TEAGUE, Agent.
Dry Hides Wanted.
HE highest market price paid for good DRY
HIDES. W. D. HAMEY.
July 21_ tf 30
" In a Day or Two."
WE have a few Memorandums in our D aw
for Goods purchased, by parties who prom
ised to pay " In a Day or Two." Tho time ha
expired-and wo want our money. Como for
ward and redoem your promises.
CHEATS AM k BRO.
July 1 tf 27
Rice I Rice!
UST received TWO TIERCE CHOICE CAB
CHEAIHAM k BRUNSON.
July 21 31 tf
EDWARD J, EVANS & CO.,
FRUITS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
GRAPE VINES, SMALL FRUITS, ORNA
MENTAL SHRUBS, HEDGE PLANTS, kc,
for the coming season.
A good assortment of SOUTHERN APPLES
NEW SEED WnEAT, SEED POTATOES,
HST"Descriptivo Catalogues mailed to appli
July 14 5m 29
JUST received a LARGE and BEAUTIFUL
SUMNER CALICOES, fast colors, and cheap.
25 Pieces BLEACHED HOMESPUN, very
2 Babs BROWN HOMESPUN, of excellent
qu tlity, and cheaper than over.
CHEATHAM k BRO.
Ju -. 8 tf 28
THE undersigned has just received
Blm k and Groen TEAS, very fine,
Superior Applo VINEGAR,
Tw. B ios Frosh LEMONS,
One C-ise Old London Dock PORT WINE,
A choice variety of EXTRACTS for Han'k'f.
T Tranf's Seltner Ai^r?ent,
INDIA CHOLAOOi?UE, an unfailing remedy
;nr Fever and A^'ue,
CASTOR and TRAIN OIL, 4c, ?c.
All of which aro offered cheap for cash.
G. L. PENN.
June 16 tf 25
WARR \NTED TO KILL. For sale by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Mar 3_tf 10
frcselic or Carbolic Soap!
JUST r.?*eived a supply of the above celebra
ted SOAP, for Kilting Fleas, Mites on Chick'
ens, and protecting Horses from Flies, kc.
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
July 29 _tf 31
"SUGAR ! SUGAR!
J UST received FIFTEEN BARRELS SUGA?
-all grades-which we are offering at very lo*
figures. CHEATHAM ? BR UNS ON.
Joly 8 tf 28