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Are now prepared for the SP.'
of NEW AND FASHIONABl
We have decided Bargains in
thing Recent and Desirable, in s
Owing to the general stagn?t
with our extended facilities, and
At Astonishingly Low Figures,
In. Dress Goods we offer Bargains.
Japanese, Plaid and Brocade Colored
SILKS, twenty-five per cent, lower than
ever sold before.
Handsome Shades low-priced Colored
Rich and Elegant Heavy Gros Grain,
choice Shades', Col'd and White SILKS,
Elegant Black SILKS, warranted
pure ?lilk ard fast color,
Select Colors in Plain and Chintz
Handsomf Silk GRENADINES, LE
NO, POPLINS, ALPACAS, CHAL
SUITING CLOTHS with Trimming
New and Stylish Japanese CHECKS,
STRIPES and TINTED GOODS,
printed MUSLINS from 12* cts. to
Printed Linen LAWN, new and pret
Plain White, Buff and Grey LAWNS
and LINENS for Suits.
Choice Mourning Goods
Black Silk and Wool, and all Silk
Black GENAUPINES and TAMISE
Black 6-4 Wool MOUSSELAINES
BOMBAZINES, MOHAIRS and
ALPACAS of the purest black. Color
warranted not to turn. The Alpacas
ar? double-faced, Silk finish, with a
very Iyah lustre and extra width.
For deep Mourning we ask an inspec
tion of our new dress material in Gros
de Venice and Australian Crepes, supe
rior Goods at low prices.
For 25 Cts. per Yard.
We sell the best Black ALPACA
ever offered at the price.
All the above and many other Ele
gant and Cheap Goods in great variety,
some of which ar? exceedingly rich, and
worthy the attention of purchasers of
Dry Goods for the superiority of the :
Fabrics and Economy in Price.
FACTORY GOODS of all ki
.?pThe attention of all purct
Goods aiid Prices.
S^-To WHOLESALE CASH
Augusta, Mar. 22
H. PARKER. B. H. TEAGUE.
PARKER & TEAGUE,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
OFFICE next to Jlisonic HHII on West ?ido.
Mar 15 6m 12
The place to find something PURE
and GENUINE in the way of CHAM
PAGNE WINES and BRANDIES, is
at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
If you wish PURE COGNAC
BRANDY for Medical purposes, go to
MARKERT & CLISBY'S.
If You want a PURE ARTICLE of
SHERRY or MADEIRA WINE, go to
MARKERT & CLISBY'S.
If you desire a good article of
OLD JAMAICA RUM or HOLLAND
GIN call at the Drug Store of
MARKERT cc CLISBY.
We will also state that we have a
few gallon* of that GOOD OLD RYE
and CORN still on hand.
MARKERT & CLISBY.
If you wish a superior article of
SHERRY for Cooking purposes, very
cheap, call at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
To gentleman who indulge in the
luxury of Chewing and Smoking, we
respectfully announce, (and do so con
tentiously,) that we have, and are de
termined to keep on hand, Ute BEST
brands of Clawing and Smoking TO
BACCO and SEGARS.
MARKERT & CLISBY.
Mar 15 tf 12
An OYcr-l)ocUh?,ed World. AU gr?a
physicians admit that ?he yorld is overdoctoroc
with violent drugs. In catea of indigestion, bil
iousness, constipation, wind codie, diarrbrea, anc
other ca>nal or oven chronic affections of thi
fltomach, liver and bowels, all that is needed ti
refitoro the regular action of the disordered or
jrans. is adose or two of
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT
tho most delicious and harmless Jebrifugc, laxa
tira and alterative in the whole range of medica
remedie?. It is .-uflieicnt for tho strongest, can
j?ot harm tba weakest, and immediately relicrc
.he nausea which ordinary cathartics aggravate
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Mar. 29 2t 14
ence .the - Spring Seas
IGAINS IN D
L 228 Broad Street, Augu
RING TRA?DE wifch;one of the Li
LE DR Y G O O DS ever br?
every-Line of-Goods. All Depai
bil Classes-of : Qoods,. ariel Materials
ion of Business in all Commercis
ready money, to secure LARGE ]
M DOMESTIC D
in which we give our Friends and
Haudsome Bl'k Lama Lace POINTS
in every variety and price.
White Lama Lace POINTS in hand
A large and handsome stock of Fancy
and Striped Challi and Barege Shawls
Bargains in thin Summer Barege and
Challi Arab SE?UVLS,
New and Fashionable Black Silk
SACQUES, Black Thibet, Merino, Iron
Barege and Silk Grenadine SHAWLS
Bleached SHIRTINGS in all tho fevorite
brands, Lonesdale, ?Wamasutta, New York
The heaviest and finest jard wide Bleached
SHIRTING for 12J eta., iii the market.
Cotton SHEETINGS, Pillow Case COT
TONS, ic all widths, Bleached and ?ubleach
ed, selling at correspondingly low prices.
LINEN SHEETINGS and Pillow Case
LINENS, all widths, of the very best manu
French MARSEILLES QUILTS, White
and Colored,, from $2.00 to $15.00.
Great variety Summer QUILTS and
COUNTERPANES,-" Honey comb" " Al
lendale," Manchester and Lancaster Good6,
at the lowest prices.
Heavy and fine Bleached and Brown TA
BLE DAMASKS, in handsome patterns.
New Designs NAPKINS, D'OYLIES,
FRUIT D'OYLIES, &c, 75 eta per Dozen,
to the finest.
HUCKABACK, DAMASK and BATH
TOWELS, all prices.
We keep Richardson Sons & Owden's 4-4
IRISH LINENS, and would respectfully call
attention to these Good?, as the BEST
LINEN for durability in thc market. They
are celebrated wherever sold, for their weight
and evenness of Thread .
The largest and most complete assortments
of FRENCH and SWISS WHITE FAB
RICS, of all styles and qualities, we have
ever shewn, consisting in part of
Stripe-!, Figured and Plaid PIQUES.
French CORDS and WELTS, Yosemite
STRIPES, Plaid STRIPES and Plain'NAIN
French NAINSOOKS, and India Mull
Victoria and Bishop LAWNS,
Striped and Tape Check CAMBRICS*
Plaid and Striped SWISS,
nds at Factory. Prices.
Lasers of Dry Goods is invited. T
BUYERS we will give the lowest
WARRANTED FREE FI
ON TIME, $70, WITH
DICKSON COMPOUND -
ON TIME, $75, WITH
DR A YAGI:,.
We use no inferior or adulterating ma
Planters are invited to visit our works
JAMES T. (
LEWIS JONES, Agent, Et
~P? INTS, OILS, fcc.
JUST received a splendid assortment of supe
perior PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, anti ult COL
ORS. Also, a fall Stock of VARNISHES cin
WHITE D.ARNAR VARNISH,
All of which will bc sold us near the Augusta
?fi ri oe h? possible,
Come and give mo a call and be convinced.
G. L. PENN, Druggist.
Mar 22 tf 13
Valuable Towu Lot For Sale.
HAVING made a change in my business, I
desire to sell my HOUSE AND LOT ia
Edgefield, situated on Main Street, in the heart
of the town. The house is comfortable and in
good repair. Terms easy.
T. W. CAR WILE.
Mar. 22 tf 13
ALL Persons having dntnunds against the ES
TATE of Mrs. ESTHER RAINSFORD,
ur? rcqucEti'd to present thc samo properly ait*>t
ed : and all persone iii anywise indebted to said
Estate are notified to make payment to
R. CANTELOU, Ex'or.
Mar 22 tf 13
ion of 1871
* . f i '? -i
trg?st and Best Selected Stocks
aught to ?ngnsta.
rtmerits Complete, with Every
f?r Spring and Skimmer Usej and
il circles, we have been enabled,
PURCHASES of SPRING and
Patrons a participating interest.
Sacharilla STRIPES, Muslin PLAITS, Re
verse and Plain, Tucked all ever,
Nainsook Tucked SKIRTINGS,
Swiss MUSLIN, FRENCH, SWISS and
White and Colored TARLETAN,
Cambric LAWN and Swiss Quadruple and
Soft finisb CAMBRICS, &c,
One Case Good Striped PIQUES, 25 cts
100 Pieces, Assorted Stripes, Swiss MUS
LINS, 25 eta. per yard.
For Gentlemen's Wear.
The Largest and Cheapest Line of COT
TONADES, TWEEDS, OASHMARETTES.
JEANS. LINEN DRILLS, DUCKS and
COATINGS to be found South,
CJboice Goods in fancy CASSIMERES,
. Black CASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS,
Embroidery, Hosiery &
Will be found very full with many NEW
and INTERESTING NOVELTIES.
Handsome Real and* Imitation Lace COL
Elegant Roman SASHES,
Choice SASH RIBBONS,
Cambric, Linen, Swiss and Nainsook Em
broidered EDGINGS and INSERTINGS,
Cash's Snow Drop Pique TRIMMINGS,
New and Beautiful Gooda, and cheap,
Pique BRAIDS GIMPS and FRINGES,
Allua New Designs in handsome Silk,
Ivory apd Wooden FANS,
Real Valeneieunes EDGINGS and IN
SERTINGS, the handsomest selection we
have ever offered,
Ladies L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS,
" Hemstitched HANDKERCHIEFS,
" Embroidered HANDKERCHIEFS,
" Lace HANDKERCHIEFS, ?c.
Gents L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS,
" Hemstitched and Hemmed HAND
Gents' SHIRT FRONTS, French Plait,
Wove and Plain Tucks.
English Hosiery of the
A Full and Complete assortment Ladles
and Children, all qualities,
Children's English Striped HOSE,
B?lbrvg.'.n and Silk HOSE, &c.
Gents Half HOSE, Bleached, and Un
[re only ask an examination of j
; Jobbing Prices. We will not
IES A. GRAY & CO.
$60 per toa Cash.
$65 per (on Cash,
. $1 PER TON.
terial in our manufactures.
I. Send for circulars.
iigiiiflri, 3. C.
Russ' Celebrated Prepa
Now in Store a full Stock
I RUM' SCHNAPPS,in qu.irts and pints,
" MADEIRA WINK,
" SHERRY WINE,
" POUT WINK,
?' CHERRY BRANDY,
" BLACKBERRY BRANDY,
" RASPBERRY SYRUP,
" LEMON SYRUP, Ac, Ac.
All warranted of tho best quality, and fur salo
at Au gu; ta prices.
W. F. DURISOE, Sr.
Mar3 3m U
TuST received SEVEN BARRELS FLORIDA
SYRUP. A splendid article For Falo cheap.
W. F. DURISOE, Sr.
FOR PIES, PUDDINGS, CAKES, Ac, at
G. L. PENN'S DRUG STORK.
Foutz's Celebrated Horse and Cattle
A G. L. PENN'S DRUG STORE.
W. ll. BRI.\SON S
1 Case NEW PRINTS, very handsome. .
1 Case Bleached HOMESPUNS, all widths, "
1 Case Sea Island do. ,
1 Piece Italian CREPE,
1 Piece .English CREPE-,
2 Cases Ladies' French Calf Walking SHOES,
2 Cases Misses French Calf Walking SHOES,
2 Cases Kip BALMORALS, . .
I Case Gents" Walking SHOES; "
1 Case Children's Copper Tipped SHOES, &c., &c.'
.? ;. i
20 Doz. WEEDING HOES, best make.
SPADES, SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
Garden RAKES, Garden SUB-SOiLERS,
NAILS, TRACE CHAINS,' HAMES,
Painted BUCKETS, BROOMS, .
Cotton and Jute ROPE,
Smoking aud Chewing TOBACCO, SEGALS, &c.
B?RGAI iSTS i B ARO AI2STS1
The remaining Stock of DRESS GOODS, Ladies and Misses Trimmed HATS,
Gentlemen's READY-MADE CLOTHING, &c, will be sold at
NEW YORK PRIME COST!
To make room for the new Spring Stock.
fl??rCall and examine. I intend to sell the above Goods at the lowest possible
JAMES E. COOK,
SUCCESSORS TO COOK Sc BERRY,
GRANITEYILIsE, S. C.,
BEGS to inform the Citizens of Edgefield and the adjacent
Districts, that he has just returned from New York and Baltimore
with A G ROI GE, WELL SELECTED AND COMPLETE
STOCK OF GOODS, embracing every article usually kept in a
First Class Country or Village Store, consisting in part of
CHOICE ill ??QBS,
BUNCH YARN, KNITTING COTTON,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
SADDLES, BRIDLES, BUGGY HARNESS,
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, NOTIONS,;
PATENT MEDICINES, &c,
I also keep constantly on hand
Bagging, Cotton Ties, Iron, Nails,
Corn, Corn Meal, Flour,
MACKERAL IN KITS, BBLS,, AND HALF BBLS,,
IW All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Market Price for
fW I still Continue to Sell Cottonin this Market Free of Com
Oct ?6 tf 44
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
iiioruey and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL P.-uutioo in Edgefield, Lexington,
Barnwell ?ind Richland.
Columbia, Alar S
The Original Joint Stock Life Insu
rance Company of Hie United
The I tm i ness of this Company i? EXCLUSIVE
LY confined lo the Insurance of frit chut
The Distinctive Feature
of tho Stock iyptem of Lifo lnsurni.ee, as oppos
ed to the Mutual, is a low rate of premium fur a
statod i-uin ?Mureil, which ?? IMMEDIAT*, SECURED
und CERTAIN ; in lieu of a bi^b rate ' f premium
with a promised dividend, which ii PISTANT, COS
TISOKXT and EXCBP.TAIS ; thia so called dividend
being merely a return of a portion of the exces
sive and tinneecs.-Hry premium- charged in trio
Suppose that an individual aged thirty desiree
to dtvoi.c $L'0li a year for the purpeso of inseting
an iusuruRCa on his life; this amount will imme
diately s.eur? him in thc UNIVERSAL thc sum ol
$11,"fil, piyablo m his decease. This sum, paid
to a company charging the ordinary mutual rates,
would secure him thu rum of $S,l"l-difference,
inmediately teeured, in favor of the UNIVERSAL,
To illustrate the importance to the policy hoi
dor of low premiums in more general terms, it
may be stated that by a reduction of Intuit y-fi te
per cunt, in the rate ul' premium, the rana amount
of muuey wili?edire a policy thirty-three and one
third per cen*, greater, and likewise that a reduc
tion of twouty five percent, in the rate of premium
il precisely equivalent to au annual ca*h dividend
of thirty-three and one-third ?tercent, payable in
adour.cr, or to a dividend of forty Jive per cent,
payable, at the end of five jaar*.
Ly the Stvck plan'ho fu l cash iffnt of the
premium is ?iuui.sCla.tely secured to tho insured,
he Company taking all tho rick. Hy the Mutual
lan thc full value in insurance of tho premium
aid is not secured tu the policy holder, who takes
portion uf tho risk himself.
charged by tho UNIVERSAL are as low as thc ac
tual Kxpcrienco of iusurad life in this contilry
will justify, and on tho ordinary Lifo and Ton
Ye.ir Non-forfeiture policies are NEARLY 0XE
THIHD LOW EH than those charged by the ma
jority of Mutual Companied. .
Special aftentjon is asked to our M Return Pre
mium Plan," by which tho amount vt thc policy
is secured simply by tho temporary deposit of tho
annual .premiums, which aro returned in full, to
gether with tho amount assured, to tho holder of
policy when it shall be?oino a claim upon tho
4 clause is inserted in tho policies issued hy
the UNIVERSAL, in which these results are dis
tinctly specified and guaranteed. ? ?
GEO. B. LAKE,
ty Good Canvasser wanted.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 25, tf
Best Watermelon Seed.
GrO to Markert A ClUby's if you want SUPE
KIOR WATERMELON SEED, raised by Rev.
J. W. Barr.
Mar 8 tf ll
FRESH GROCERIES !
CHEAPER TUAN EVER.
IVciW in Store A FULL- SUPPLY OF FAMI
LY OR0CERIES which I am selling at the
very bottom prices.
W. F. DURIS0E, Sr.
?BJ unka 0 aatmm aj
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onoc agreeable,
healthy, and effectuai
for preserving lite
Lair. Fade-l or tji i'tj
hair is soon rcslom!
io its original color,
willi thc yloss ami
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thiik
ened, falling hair checked, ami bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles arc destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can he paved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling thc hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional usc will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, ami
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some pr?parations dangerous, and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor cm
only benefit but not harm it. If w;.n!eti
merely for a
nothing else can be found to tier h ?I.ie.
Containing neither oil nor dye, i; tl. e.
not soil wlrjte cambric, and yd I;.-,
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glosyy"
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr, J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL ANO ANALYTICAL Cu?rt;;T?*,
PBICE SI 00
J3?*For salo by T. W. CARWILB, pruggist
Angl'/ . .'- - ly- M
SOAPS. SOAPS. -
800 Lbs. FAMILY AND TOILET SOAP,
for said at
L. PENN'S DRUG STORE.
FOR SALE BY
L. PENN, Druggist.
ffmrrer G U A N a ?OMPM??
Soluble Pacific Guano?
This Guano is now so well known in ?ll the Southern States for its remarka
ble effects as an AGENCY for increasing the products of labor as.not to require
especial commendation from me. Its use for five years past has established
ita.character for reliable excellence. The large fixed capital . invested by. the
j, Company in this trade affords the surest guarantee of the continued excellence
of its Guano: ' . . > > >? -
Owing.to the uncertainty'of transportation, and tile difficulty in obtaining
supplies when the season opens, the Company have built a warehouse jUst outside
the city limits, -with a capacity of 3,000 tons, which .is now ready for
delivery,. The warehouse is open at all times, so that parties can inspect the
Guano before purchasing if they wish to do so.
Cash Price, $60 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
Time Pric?, $70 per Ton of S,OGO lb*.,-without in
terest, with approved acceptance.
The Guano will be delivered to any boat or depot in the city free of drayage.
This year I offer to the Patrons of the rt Pacific Guano Company"
A CASH PREMIUM
Five Hundred, Dollars
Greatest Yield of Cotton from One Acre,
BY THE USE OF
Under the auspices of the " Cotton States Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair
Association," of this City.
J. O. MATHEWSON, Sole Agent,
285 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Jan 15- 3m 4
PACIFIC GUA IVO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
_ HIS GUANO IS. NOW SO WELL KNOWN
in all the Southern States for its remarkable cf
foct8 na an agency for incrcjsing ibo products of
labor, as not lo require speci.il recommendation
, from us. Its uio fur live years past hos estab
liahed its character for roliable oxcellonco. The
large fixed capital invested by the Company in
this trade, alfords the surest guarantee of the
continued excellence of its Guano.
J. N. ROBSON,
Sellin? Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agent, Bal
^Charleston, Jan 25 3m 5
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
THIS ARTICLE IS MANUFACTURED by
the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY at Charly
ton", S. C , under the Superintendence of Dr. ST.
Whon composted with an equal weight of Cot
ton Seed, its results hove been found fully equal
to tho best standard ferlilizcrs. Its cconon.y
must commend it to tho notieo of plnntors gen
For specific directions for composting and for
supplies, apply to
J. IV. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agents, Bal
Jan. 23 3m 5
?No. 193 Broad Street,
THE FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES of the late WM. HILL are re
spectfully informed that the BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AS' HERE
TOFORE at the Old Stand No. 193, Broad Street, where the following Goods
may be found AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES :
NAILS, AXES, HOES,
TRACE CHAINS, PLOW LINES,
HAMES,. SHOVELS, SPADES, MANURE FORKS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES, BLACKSMITH TOOLS
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES, &c, &c
A Fine Assortment of WOODEN WARE, consisting of BUCKETS TUBS
CHURNS, PAILS, &c.
TIN WARE of Every Description, by the Dozen or Piece.
bly and promptly Mone.
Our Stock of STOVES is complete! THE COTTON PLANT,
Four Hole Square Top Stove is first class. The Oven is large and commodious
and that part of it under the Fire-Box is unusually high and reomy. Not being'
complicated in its arrangement, it is very easy to manage, and does not, like
manv of the other first class Stoves, require a course of instruction to know how
to uk it. Give the COTTON PLANT a trial and satisfy yourself. Every
THE GRAY JACKET is a New and Beautiful Step or Premium
STOVE, gotten up expressly for the Southern market, and is adapted particular
ly to plantation use. The GRAY JACKET is an up-draft Stove with heavy
plates, large oven and flues. It never fails to operate well. Every Stove War
Jan 18 3 m 4
ITO ?if MT
FOR SALE BY
The Great Fertilizer for Cotton
and all Crops !
The unparalleled success of this Great Fertilizer on ALL CROPS, proves it
to be the BEST and CHEAPEST MANURE now offered in the market.
It has been used by many of the most eminent Planters in the South, and
In Every Single Instanqe it has Given Entire Satisfaction,
On COTTON its effects have been particularly marked. It is no rare, thing
for WHANN'S PHOSPHATE to increase the yield from ONE HUNDRED
f? TWO HUNDRED PER CENT., or even more !
Mr. Qeo. C. Dixon, an eminent planter of Cameron, Ga., in a letter to the
Banna' ? Planter, says that in an experiment with seven leading' Superphos
phates and Guanos, the WHANN'S proved itself the best of all those tried,
paying a net ^-ofit at the low market rate of $20,90 per acre of Cotton. A copy
of Mr. Dixon s letter furnished on application.
FOR SALE BY
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Charleston, S. C., and Augusta, Ga.
Jan ll 3m 3
~ - Your Shoe s !
TEE Subscriber hos recently purchased in the
best Markets in tho United States a LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK cf SITOES, consist
ing in part as follows.
Mens' Wax BROGANS of the bott make,
Boys' Wax BROGANS of the b??t make,
Ladies' Cali Pegged and Sewed SHOES,
Ladies' Morocco and Lasting Congress GAI
Misses'Morocco and Lasting Congress GAI
Children'] SHOES in all styles.
Call and examine my Stuck. I will sell to
suit the times, at No 1 Paik Row.
0. F. CHEATHAM.
Mar. 1 ... -tf . 10
The Tin Business.
HE Subscriber bas securedtho.services of :in
A No 1 TINNER,- und will bo prcp;.r.!a \,u
Monday, tho 27th, ut bis Th Shop, (m.v oor
East of Advertiser Office,}'tn make ALL KINDS
OF TIN WARE, and to REPAIR TIN, COP
PER and SHEET IRON ^W A RE, at short co
ROOFING^'and GUTTERING attended to
promptly, and warranted.
My prices will bo reasonable, and I hopo to
accommodate tho peoplr, and give them entire
Call at tho new Tin Shop: end loare your or
ders. You will find Mr. "Caril-ra TL competent
workman, and a polite j:eritlcman.
W. F. DT-RISOE.Jr.
Feb 22 . . . if y
For salo by WILCOX. GIBBS A CO., Im
porters and Deniers in Gncnos, 14S Bay Strwot,
Savannah ; 241 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., and
151 East Bay, Charleston, S. cv And by B. A.
rone?, Ninety-Six, James Lipscomb, Chappoll'i,
Wm. Butler & Co., Pine House..
For further information, apply or address n.s
. bovo for pamphlet.
Nov 23 4m 43
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND among them several Thousands CIRCU
LAR BRICKS lor Walling Wells,-now
ready for delivery.
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar 6 .If . ll
Change of Location.
I beg leave to announce to my friends and
patrons thatthe'Firm of C. A. Cnn ATH?it A BROS.
has been dissolved by mutual consent.
In the name of thc firm, I hereby fonder many
?hanks for past favors and patronage which tb??
public have so liberally bestowed upon us during
the pavt four years.
I have recently established myself at the old
and well-known stand of SULLIVAN, and hope te
ji.il! merit a continu^n? of public patronage.
J. II. CIIEATnAM.
EdgefielJ, Merl if IC
DISTMCT COURT UNITED STATES
Dl?PlOT OJ'" Sul-TU CAROLINA-.-:
I Petition to cs'ti' -
] lieh Lien, ?c.
Ex Parto "
Muses N. Holstein, Bankrupt J
BY virtue of au order fruin the Hon. Geo. S.
Bryan, U. S. D2.stri.-t TiiS^ f.r South Ca -
lina, I will sell to the highest kidder i\t Ed g<-rn-li
?Juurt House, South Carol;un, on tba first Monday
.11 April next, 0JS? TRA J LC F LAND belong!:.!*
.o tho Estate of said Bar.krtipt, containing TWo
Hundred au>l Nineteen Acre?, more or lew, kn?
.is :he L-impkin Tract, and adjoining thc pl <-c
thereon thu Bankrupt nw resides, and other:.
TERMS. On* half tho pnrchans money .n*bo
paid in cash. Thu balance on a credit till the first
lay of December next, willi inter.'S' from daj . f
.aie. The credit portion t-> be teared by a b. n i
md mortgage of the premise*.
J. A. DO/.IER, Assigne.-.
Marli . 4to 12
State of South Carola,
EDGF.FI li Ll) COUNTY
IN PROBATE COURT.
BY D. L. TURNEE, Judjn of Probat ) in
' Edgefieid County.
Wboreas, Joseph W. B mks hath in- 'ed 'o tc?
for Lsfpr. of \<2ininistr;>tioh r,n tho Eita'.c of
Thomas Banks late of sai d County dee'd.
Ttiuso are therefore to cite mid admonish r.ll
and .-dngular thc kindred und creditors < T thc
said deceased! to bc and appear biforeme ct a
Court o?* Probat? fur the sai'i Count}*, to he bei
den nt Edgefieid C. IL. on thu l?t lay of April,
1S71, nt lil o'clock A. M . to th.-w e.iu.c v.t.y tho
said Administration should r>o! be grantc<:.
Given under my hand rni.l the Seal itt tlc
Court, this loth day of March, A. D. 5871, ard
in tho 95th year of American [niti'jiandei <-?.
D. L. TURNER; J.P.t i. C.
Mar 15 2t 12
THE DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT in
tho Village of -Edgefieid, the I .to rc-ldcnco
of Mr?. Chrirtie, rind recently niccu, ?ed l.y Ca-1.
G. A. D.'irii-:^-. To.cn acceptable tei snt ?lie
price will bc reasonable. Apply . tu ly to
T. W. CARWILE.
Mar 15 tf 12
State of South Carolina,
Ellen C. Chappell, A Im'x.y') Bill :o Seli Lands,
vs VMarthal" As.-etts,
Chas. J. S. Bacon ot al. J Ac, Ac.
UNDER an Order from His Honor Ju ige Mi l
ton, mulo in tho above cause, ?'lr I sngu
hr thc Creditors of STANMORE I- CHAP
PELL, dee'd., aro hereby required t p: i: . and
prove their demands Iief?ro mc, on ci I fore tho
I Otb thy of May next.
A. J. NORRIS, Spcci.l r.cferee.
Mar 22_; 7t !:'.
ALL Persons indebted to WILLIAM IT I LT/,
deceased, are hereby notified to mako pay
ment to mo as his Administrator Aud al] lar
sons holding claims against bim :ir>: notified to
present thc same for payment within thc limo
prescribed bv law.
"WALLACE J. DELPn, Admor.
Mar 20 ?t 21
NOTICE is hereby given that the Undersigned
will make r. Final Settlement on ibo Es'ato
ol TABITHA ABNEY, dee'd., on Monday, ihe
24th April next, in the offic.? of tho Probate Judge
for Edgefieid County; nnd that they will on thc
samo day apply for a Final Discharge as Admin
istrators of said Estate.
R. J. SMITH. 1 . . ,
J. K. SCUUMPERT, ] A<Xm
Mar. 22 4t 13