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SWSpriBg& Simmer Goods
W. H. BRUNSON
IS NOW RECEIVING A SFEElfDID STOCK
First-class Dry Goods,
Rf YOES ?JTD BAlIIMOBE,
Selected with unusual care in regard to Style and Quality, and which will
be offered at
Embracing all the MOST DESIRABLE and FASHIONABLE STYLES
GRENADINES, Plain and Plaid,
LAWNS, " .
MUSLINS, all Stvles,
IRON BAREGES, JAPANESE CLOTHS,
Black and Colored ALPACCAS,
PIQUES in beautiful Stvles, '
JACONET MUSLINS, Plain and Checked,
Plain and Satin Striped NAINSOOK,
SWISS PUFFING for Chemisettes,
All the Novelties of the Season in Ladies CUFFS & COLLARS,
Kid, Silk, Berlin and Lisle GLOVES,
CHIGNONS, something New,
SWITCHES and CORSETS iu great variety,
C?rset.STEELS and LACES,
FANS, PARASOLS, ?fcc.,
A splendid assortment of Ladies' and Misses HOSIERY,
Ladies' aud Misses Trimmed HATS, SUNDOWNS,"
EDGEINGS and INSERTING^, every variety,
Pique and Silk TRIMMINGS, diamond points,
Coat's, Clarke's and'Willimantic 6 Cord COTTON,
Spool SILK and FLAX, best brands.
Mern aad Boys* Wea?.
CASSIMERES, CASMARETTS, TWEEDS, JEANS,
COTTONADES, Black DOESKIN and English BROADCLOTHS, at
' vt-rv low figures,
A splendid assortment of HATS in all the latest styles.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Cheaper than at any time since the War.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Hand sewed TIES and GAITERS,
Ladies' and Misses GAITERS, BALMORALS, SLIPPERS,
Children's COPPER TIPPED, fall lines.
My Stock ia large and complete, embracing all the LEADING ARTI
CLES. Haying made many improvements in this line, I can offer special
inducements in the way of
Pocket and Table CUTLERY,
RAZORS,-'SCISSORS. SHEARS, SHEEP SHEARS,
RAKES, SPADES, SHOVELS, WeedingiHOES,
NAILS, Well BUCKETS, Well WHEELS,
AXES, HATCHETS, Tra -e CHAINS,
HINGES, LOCKS, ?fcc, ?fcc.
Wood and Willum Ware.
Wash TUBS, Foot TUBS,
Cedar BUCKETS, Painted BUCKETS,
CHURNS, Bread TRAYS, BROOMS,
Work BASKETS, Lunch BASKETS, Key BASKETS, ?fcc.
Crockery aad Glass Ware.
A be tutiful find varied assortment, at prices that cannot be undersold.
Oak Tan Sole LEATHER, Welt and Upper LEATHER.
AWLS, HANDLES. Peg CUTTERS,
Shoe THREAD, BINDINGS, ?fcc.
$^My Friends and Customers and the Public Generally are invited to
call and look through my Stock. They will see many desirable articles not
mentioned in this Advertisement, and I am satisfied will find my Prices to
compare favorably with any in the Retail Trade.
j^Make up your Memorandums and give me a call.
W. H. BRUNSON.
Edgefield, April 4, . 4tl5
LIFE INSURANCE GO,
The Original Joint Stock Life Insu
rance Company of the United
The hutinett of thu Company it EXCLUSIVE
L Y confined to the Inturance of firtt elan
The Distinctive Feature
of the Stuck system of Life Insurance, as oppos
ed to the Mutual, is a low rate, pf premium for a
stated sum insured, which is IMMEDIATE, SECURED
and CERTAIN ; in lieu of a high rate of premium
with a promised dividend, which is DISTANT, CON
TING EN T and UNCERTAIN ; this so called dividend
being morely a return of a portion of the exces
sive and unnecessary premium charged in the
Suppose that an individual aged thirty desires
to devote $200 a year for the purpose of effecting
an insurance on his life; this amount will imme
diately secure him in the UNIVERSAL the sum of
$11,751, payable on his decease. This Bum, paid
to a company charging the ordinary mntual rates,
would secure him the sum ef $8,474-different*
immediately secured, in favor of the UNIVERSAL,
To illustrate the importance to the policy hol
der of low premiums in more general terms, it
may be statod that by a reduction of twenty-five
per cent, in tho rate of premium, the same amount
of money will SOQUTO a policy thirty-three and one
third per coat greater, and likowise that a reduc
tion of twenty-five per cent, in the rate of premium
is precisely equivalent to an annual cath dividend
of thirty-three and one-third percent, payable in
advance, or to a dividend of forty-five per cent.
payable at tho end of five j oars.
By the Stock plan the fall cath effect of tho ?
premium is immediately secured to tho insured,
he Company taking all the risk. By tho Mumal
lan the full value in insuranco of tho premium
aid is not secured to the policy holder, who takes
portion of the risk himself.
charged by tho UNIVERSAL are as low as the ac
tual exporionco of insured lifo in this country
will justify, and on the ordinary Life and Ten
Year Non-forfeiture policies are NEARLY ONE
THIRD LOWER than those charged by the ma
jority of Mutual Companies.
Special attontion is asked to our "Return Pre
mium Plan," by which the amount of the policy
is secured simply by tho temporary deposit of the
annual premium?, which are returned in full, to
gether with the amount assured, to the holder of
policy when it shall become a claim upon the
A olauso is inserted in tho politics issued by
the UNIVERSAL, in which these results are di
tinctly specified and guaranteed.
GEO. B. LAKE,
gg^Good Canvassers wanted.
Edgefiold, S. C., Jan 25, tf
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of a Laxativo
Perhaps no one medi
cine is so universally
required by every
body as a cathartic
no r was ever any be
fore so universally
adopted into use, in
every country and
among all classes, aa
this mild but efficient
purgative FUI. The
obvious reason is,
that it is a more relia
ble and far more ef
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried lt, know that it cured them ! those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends ;
and all know that what it does once it docs al
ways - that it never fails through any fault or neg
glcctof its composition. We have thousands upon
thousands of certificates of their remarkable cures
of the following complaints, but suoh cures aro
known in ?very neighborhood, and we need not
publish rhcin. Adapted to ul) ages and conditions
in sdi climates; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious diup, thpy in" ay bu taken with safety
by anybodf Their sugarcoating preserves them
ever fresh, and makes them pleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, uo liana eau arise from
their use in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on tho
Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into hcnlthv action -remove thc obstructions
of thc stomach, bowels, liver, and oilier organs of
the body, restoring their irregular action to health,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de
rangements as aro thc llr.-t origin of diseuse.
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
the box, for thc followiug complaints, which these
Filia rapidly cure :
For Drapepaia or Xmllgewtloti, ?LlxileM.s
neaa, luu^-uor and JLOK* of Apposite, they
should bc taken moderately to stimulate thc'stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone und action.
6}r JLiver Complaint and its various symp
S, J?)liou*f Meailache, Mick Mead
ache, CT^ua?ici- ur ??t<-?5? SUCLOICN*, Ifil
foaa Colicoli". JS?ili W? JE'cvcr?; th^y slrorild
be judiciously taken for each c:t.-"c;'to cerrcct fha
diseased action or remove thu obstructions which
S'or Wyaentery or l>larrhoca, but one
d dnsu is generally required.
* 'For ?*i|eumi?ti<?yi, Go?t, Crave]. Bals
gitu$iOM of tho Heart, JPatu ip th?j
ide, Vach and lom?, they should bc con uri:
uously taken, as required, te chango thc diseased
action of the system. With such change those
For 9rop?j and Dropatcal Swelling*
they should oe taken in large and fr?quent doses
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Mnpprcttsion a large dose should be
taken as it produces the desired effect by sym
As a Dinner Till, take one or two Pills to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An ppnasmna) dose stimulates the stomach and
?Dwell into Malta! action, restores thc appetite,
rid invigorates the system. Hence jt i. own nd
yAntageous where no serious derangement ciistj.
Ono who feels tolerably well, often find* tftii?'4
dose of thesoJP?ffs makes him feel decidedly "bet.
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYVK <t CO., Practical Chemists,
LOWELL. MASS., V. S. A.
tt^*Forsah by T. W. CARWILE, Druggist
Aug 17 _ly_34_
Tbe Tin Business.
TlIE Subscriber has secured the services of up
A No 1 TINNER, and will be prcpnrcd on
Monday, the 27th, at his Tin Shop, (next door
East of Advertiser Office,) tu make ALL KINDS
OF TIN WARB, and to REPAIR TIN, COP
PER and S UK ET IKON WARE, at short no
ROOFING und GUTTERING attended to
promptly, aud warranted.
My prices will bo reasonable, and I hope to
accommodate the people, aud givo them entire
Call at the new Tin Shop and leave your or
der?. You will lind Mr. Carlton a competent
workman, and a polite gentleman.
W. F. DURISOE, Jr.
Feb 22_tf 9
TuST received SEVEN BARRELS FLORIDA
SYRUP. A splendid artirlp For ?nie cheap.
W. F. DURISOE, Sr.
Tooth Ache Drops.
OR Sale by
G. L. PEFN, Druggist.
NOT?CE is Hereby Given that sn Electif will
he hold in the Town of Edgefleld on Mon
day, the 10th April next, foran INTENDANT
and FOUR WARDENS for the said Tom of
Edgefleld. Polls will he opened at 6 A. V , and
remain open until 7 P. M., after which tl elec
tion will be dep'ared.
Ey prde'r of tho Council.
fi. P. COVAR erk.
Har SO _ at J 4
HORSE FOR SA:
FOR Sale a good work and plant?t? iorse, 0
years old. Price, $100 Cash.
D. R. I) ?SOE.
Mar 20_St 14
Captured at h stT
]VoT A RAT, ROACH or BED LUG can bp
found at theStore of MARKERT ? CLISBY.
Why ? Becauso thoy use and sell SURE POP.
Mar 29 tf 14
F y.u want NICE CANDY", bur from
MARKERT & CLISBY.
Mar 29 tf 14
H I i I -^P""""^ " . ' -
A Cholee Lot of Genuine Bmgsan? Medicines.
George L. Penn,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
?AS in Store another large and superior Stock of Goods in the DRUG
TRADE, which he warrants Fresh and Genuine, and which he will sell as
low as the same Goods can be bought in any other . Southern market. His
Stock embraces in part,
500 Lbs. WHITE LEAD,
One Barrel each of LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
50 Gallons Sots. TURPENTINE,
75 Lbs. Spanish BROWN and Venetian RED,
10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY, #
75 Gallons MACHINE OIL,
25- " TRAIN OIL,
9 Doz. GLASS LAMPS, all styles,
35 " LAMP CHIMNEYS,
100 Lbs. each SODA, SALTS, SULPHUR, COPPERAS, .
800 Lbs. Family and Toilet SOAPS,
4 Bbls. Best KEROSENE OIL, &c, &c.
Patent Medicines and invaluable Remedies.
HEGEMAN'S ELIXIR CALESAYA BARK,
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR.
DR. SIMMONS' LIVER MEDICINE, .?A ? t
AYERS HAIR VIGOR, CHERRY PECTORAL, SARSAPARILLA, AGUE
CURE and CATHARTIC PILLS,
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSUM,
COOK'S WmE OP TAJt for. Coughs and Colds,
A full Stock of all kind of BITTERS.
WHITCOMBS ASTHMA REMEDY,
PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND,
RADWAY'S PILL'S AND READY BELIEF,
MUST ' NG LINIMENT,"
CO^ .JIVER OIL,
"..xvRENT'S SELTZER APERIFNT,
HALL'S HAIR RESTORER,
BURNET'S COCOAIN for the Hair,
BUR KALLESTON for the Complexion,
For Cookin? Purposes.
EXTRACT LEMON. ROSE. ORANCE. VANILLA, PINEAPPLE,
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, tr"i B?'?C'ES of all kinds. -
Toilet Articles for the Ladies. .
POWDER BOXES, very handsome,
CAMPHOR ICE and VINEGAR ROUGES,
TOOTH POWDERS AND PASTE,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE,
LUBIN'S GENUINE EXTRACT,
PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL,
PREMIUM BEARS OIL,
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, in frrest variety,
HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS, in great varietv,
TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, Soc., ?fcc.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES, LARD,' FLOUR, MEAL, Crushed, Loaf, Pow
dered and Brown SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE,
CHEESE, MACCARONI, and all Goods kept in a first class . stock, which
will be sold low for Cash.
It will be a pleasure to wait on my Friends and Customers at all times.
??"Prescriptions Carefully Compounded day or night.
Apr 5 tf 15
BOOT?S? ?t*PXlD SHOES.
Spring and Summer Stock, 1871 !
AT HIS STORE,
No. 930, Broad St., Under Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
HAS THE BEST STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ever Brought to the City.
He promises his patrons to oiler nothing but the BESf WOJIK that can be
Totten up iii BALTIMORE and PHILADELPHIA. That he'will
aold himself responsible for the faithful representation of every article sold ;
That No Second Price is permitted to be asked, and that the principles
)f Honor and Fair Dealing ^11 be strictly adhered to.
Ho luis taken particular pains, when in the above markets, in getting work
nada, to combine Econcwy', ifeatuess and Stylp; ?ind to this cr,d he takes pleas
ire in offering to hit; friends a :d the public, the following list of styles and
Misses' Pebble Leather, High, Scollop Boo ta, ll to 2,
Child'* " " " " " 6 to IO,
Misse/ Gout, Doubl? Sole, Silver Toe, 13 to 2,
Infant?' Antoinette Slippers, :>1I colors. 0 to 5,
Ladies' IS thread Lusting Gaiters, bow and buckle,
do. 1? " " Polish, - "
do. ll" " " u t
? do. 14 " " Scollop Top,
Child's Bufl* Luiton, 5 to 10,
10. Child's Bronze Button, 5 to 10,
11. Child's English Ladling Button Boots, ? to 10 .?
15. Child:? Black Kid, Scollop Booti, fi to lb,
13 Child's Pudblo'Solc Morocco Anklets, 6 to 10,
l i Milus' Luce Haiten (new rtylej
la. Boys' Calf Jersey Tics, 1 to 5,
lil. Muii's Calf Pump Brogans,
IT. Mefc'j Olore Kid, Mutton, Gougr;.-:* Qajtor^
ii. UtnH french-?ali? ijapd Stitched" ?\ionroes,
)U. Men'* French Cajf-flaiU-w, Cloth Top (extra fine,)
20. ?cnt?' Fiue Hand Stitched Dress Boot?,
21. Gent?' Calf, Sewed Congress Gaiter!,
EVERY ARTICLE in the above list will prove all that.is claimed for-it.
Shoes exchanged inside of three months, or Money Refunded.
Don't fa\l to search out and find the place. ; By naming any of the above
numbers you cm be convinced of the truth of every word contained in this
230 Brpafl Street, under Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Mar 20 ' . 3tl4
More New Dry Goods For Spring 1871 !
Goods As Low as Before the War ! !
More Specials Bargains ! ! !
Only One Price !
H. L ?T B A L K/
172 Broad Street, -&.ugusta, Ga.?
30,000 Yds. NEW PRINTS for Dresses and Shirtar embracing all the best
makes; thc latest styles, fast colors, at only 121 cts. per yard.
5,000 Yds. Verv Good PRINTS for Quilting, only 6 cte.
2,000 Yds. MOZAMBIQUES, LENOS and other Foreign New Dress Goods,
onlv 20 cts per yard.
2,000 Yds. JAPANESE CLOTHS and other Imported. New Styles Dress
Goods, at 25 cts., 30 cts., 35 cts. and 40 cte. per yard. '
1,000 Yds. Pure MOIIAIPy for presses, a New Speciality, at only'50 cte.
2,000 Yds. BLACK ALPACAS, of the very best makes, very low.
A New Assortment JEANS and CASSIMERES at convincing low prices.
20,000 Yds. Factory PLAID GINGHAMS, new and very desirable, only 15 cts
2 Cases BLEACHED HOMESPUN, very fine 4-4 only 12? cts.
500 HONEY COMB QUIETS, 11-4 only $2,00, very cheap. :
50 Doz. Ladies' HOOPSKIRTS, 35 Springs only ?0 cts.
50 Doz. Glove-Fitting, Hip-Gore CORSETS, only $1,00 ! ! ! '
50 Doz. Enchantress CORSETS, 75 cts., cheap.
50 Doz. Ladies' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, at $1,50 per Dozen.
6 Cases Ladies' GAITER*,-10 Cases'Ladies' Walking SHOES,-8 Cases
Men's BOOTS-2 Cases Men's GAITERS.-1 Case JERSEY TIES,
10 Cases Men's BROGANS,-10 Cases BOTS' BOOTS,-5 Caser. Boys'
SHOES-3 Cases Misses' GAITERS,-2 ?ases Misses BALMORALS,
-1 Case Child's SHOES,-10 Cases BOOTS.
00,000 Men's PAPER COLLARS, best quality, only 12* cte per Box.
qO I)oz. Ladies' White STOCKINGS, only $1,20 per Dozen.
SHIRTFRONTS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, BELT RIBBONS,
SASH RIB?0?TS, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, arid many other Goods, all of
which are offered at very popular prices.
H. L. A. BALK,
172 Broad Sired, Aiiguskt, Qa.
Jf?^Cut out this Advertisement, and be sure to giye me a call.
Mar 29 " 4t 14
JUST RECEIVED, .
ALARGS Lot of VBRT PINE II AIR
BRUSHES and COMBS.
MARK BR T k CL?SBY.
If You Wish Delightful Bread,
CALL at MARKERT k CL?SBY^ and get
a box of DOOLY'3 YEAST POWDERS.
Mar 29 tf 14
P?fjw Spring Dry Goods S
James W. Turley,
BSOAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.,
DEALER IN FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS,
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK, and is now frilly prepared
to offer to the public a completely assorted Stock of SEASONABLE FIRST
CLASS DRY GOODS.
Great care has been taken to supply each Department with EVER YTB7ING
NEW AND FASHIONABLE, as well as the more staple articles of the
The Cash System will be Strictly Adhered to, and it is
much cheaper to pay 25 per cent, for money, and buy your Dry Goods for Cash,
than to buy them on time.
The best judges of Dry Goods, ?and the closest buyers, are particularly re
quested to examine my present schedule of prices.
JAMES W. TURLEY.
Mar 29 tf 14
READ AND BELIEVE !
CALL at SANDERS' DRUG STORE, No. 3, Park Row, and be
hold the largest Stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, SPONGES, TOILET ARTI
CLES, &c, &c, ever offered in the Edgefield market,-all Fresh and warranted
Genuine. P?ces nearly at Cost.
Do You Want or Need Anything
In the way of TRUSSES, BANDAGES, TROCARS, LANCETS, &c, call at
SANDERS' Drug Store, where you will find them of the latest improvement.
Are You Really Pond of Something Good?
Call at SANDERS' Drug Store and get of him
A Bottle of CHAMPAGNE, the best known to Importers.
" " PALE SHERRY, not to be surpassed.
" MADEIRA, a feast to the palate. .
? MALAGA, PORT and PURE GRAPE WINE unequalled.
The Grape Wine made by one of our own citizens of reputed fame for Wine
A Word to House-Keepers and Young Ladies.
Are you in search online TOILETS, Choice PERFUMERY, Superior EX
TRACTS, Lubin's COSMETICS, POMADES, HAIR OIL, BRUSHES,
COMBS, Extra TOILET SOAPS, &c, call at SANDERS' Drug Store, and
examine for yourself, and you will find his prices at a very slight margin above
Five Barrels PURE OLD RYE WHISKEY-Such Liquor as is seldom
ayer offered for sale.
Also, just received 1 Barrel OLD HORSEY WHISKEY, too well known
n this community to need commendation.
|3"?F?A11 I ask is a call, and I know you will purchase,
W. A SANDERS,
DR UG GIST d- GROCER.
Edgefield, Mar 22 tf 13
57. H. BARRET. R, H. LAND. S. H. SHEPPARD.
BARRETT, LAND & CO.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS AND DRUGGISTS' GLASSWARE,
291 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga*,
QFFER the following at lower figures than th6 same class ol Goods can be
S. & C. WOOD MATCHES, .
BITTERS of all kinds,
Augusta, Feb 7 . 3m
w. B. POTASH;
LINSEED QIL, "
OLIVE OIL, .
WHITE LEAD, COLORS, &e.
JAMES E. COOK,
STJaCE@S03PlS TO COOK Sc BERRY,
GRANITEVIL&E, S. C.,
BEGS to- inform the Citizens of Edgefield and the adjacent
Districts, that he has just Tetujned from New York and Baltimore
vrift A OfiOICE, WELL SELECTED AND COMPLETE
ST? CK OF Q O ODS, embracing every artiole usually kept in a
First Class Country or Village Store, consisting in part of
CHOICE DEY GOODS,
BUNCH IT ARN i KNITTING COTTON,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
SADDLES, BRIDLES, BUGGY HARNESS,
S0JL? 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,
All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Market Price for
I still Continue to Sell Cotton in this Market Free of Com
Oct2G tf . 44
The place to find something PURE
and GENUINE in the way of CHAM
PAGNE WINES and BRANDIES, ?a
at tie Drug Store of "_"
MARKERT & CLIS??5.
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, po to
MARKERT & CLISBY'S.
If you desire a good article of
OLD JAMAICA RUM or HOLLAND
GIN call at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
We will also state that we have a
few gallons of that GOOD OLD RYE
and CORN still on hand.
MARKERT & CLISBY.
If you wish a superior article of
SHERRY for'Cooking purpose, very
cheap, call at the Drug Store of'
MARKERT & CLIFFY.
To gentleman who indulge in, tue
luxury of Chewing and Smoking, we
respectfully announce, (and do so con
cientiously,) that we havp, a.i? are de
termined to keep on hand, thc BEST
brands of Chewing and Smoking TO
BACCO and SEGARS.
MARKERT & CLISBY.
Mar 15 tf ( 12
The Place to buy
Your Shoes !
? HE Subscriber has recently ?'arenare d in the
best Market.! iu tho United Stato3 a LARGE AND
W'ELL SELECTED STOCK bf SHOES, eonsi?r
iag in part as follow*.
Mens' Wax BROGANS of the best make,
.Boya* Wax BROQANS ol the beM inrke,
Ladies'Calf Pegged nr.d Sewed SHOES,
Ladies'Morocco and Lasting Congress GAI
Misses' Morocco' and Lasting Congress GAI
Children'.- SHOES tn all style?.
Call and examine my Stick. I will sci! to
suit thc timos, at No 1 Park Row.
0. F. CHEAT1IAM.
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND among them several Thousand* CIRCU
LAR RRICKS :or Walling Wolli,-BAH
ready for delivery.
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar C tf 11
Change of Location.
I beg leave to announce lo my frirnds and
patrons that thc Firm of C. A. CnKATD/.xi t Bnos.
has been dissolved hy mutual consent.
In tho name of the firm. I hereby tenJer mary
thanks for -past turor* und patronage w'i?eb tho
public have so liberally he.ncv.cd upon us ?uring
the past four year?.
I have recently established myself it the old
and well-known stand of SILLIVAN, ami hype to
still merit a continuance of public patronage.
J. H. CH KATH A M.
Edgefield, Mar 1 tf 1?
An Over-Doetciod *t\<?rld. All great
physicians aJtiit that the world \> over doctoib.l
.vith violent drug?. In ctt?os of indigestion, lil
i'<u>ii0s?, constipation, wind colic, diarrhoea, un ri
othercii-ual or ivtu chronic affections of ibo
-icitiflch, liver and bowell?, tt 11 thut ii needed i?
restore the regular action of thc disordered < r
gans, is a dose or two i f
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT,
the most delicious and harmless febrifuge, laxa
tive a?d alterative in tho whole rsn?ie Of medical
remedie?. It is sufficient f-r thc strongest, CJC
a?t ham the weakest, ?nd j inmediately relieves
the nausea who'll ordinary ?-u'ha-tios aggravate.
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGIST*.
Mar. 29 2t li
Russ5 Celebrated Prepa
OTC in Si .'.re a full Stock
Rusi-' SCHNAPPS, ir. quam and pinta,
? MADEIRA MINE,
" SHERRY WINE,
" ' PORT WINK
.* CHERRY BRANDY,
? BLACKBERRY BRANDY.
* ? RASPBERRY SYRUP.
- LEMON SYRUP, Ac., Ic.
AU warranted of thc ben quality, and for .-,.lc
at Augu-'ta prices.
W. F. DURISOS, Sr.
Mar 8 3m 11
THE DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT in
.tho Village of Edgefiuld, thc l.i io residence
of Mrs. Christie, und recently occuidc.J by Capt.
ti. A. DarliDg. To an acceptable tenant tho
price will bu reasonable. Apply carly to
T. W. CARWILK.
State of South Carolina,
! Ellen C. Chappell, A? tux.. "J Bill ta Sell Lands,
vs \ Marshal As-ctts,
Chas. J S. Bacon et a!. j ?o , ?\
UNDER au Order from H.? Honor Jude? Mid
ton, made in the above eau*-, .ill und rdngn
l.r tho Creditors of STANMORE B. CHAP
PELL, dee'd., are hereby required to prcsei.t and
prove their demands helore me, ou cr before thc
10th day of May next.
A. J. NORRIS, Special Referee.
Mar 22 7t 13
LL Persons indebted to WILLUM HILL,
, dec-wed, are b--et-y notifie! t. m-'kc nay
men: to me as bis A >mim .in-. r -? id n i per
sons holding claim; a-.'. i.i. t uk; a; .nctificd to
prenmt the s tnio fot totiytuoDt wit* : i iLc tims
prescribed hy law.
WALLACE J. DET.lMfj Adm'or.
Mar2Q tit 12
NOTICE is hereby given that tho Undersigned
will make a Final Settlement on the Erste
ot TABITHA ABNEY, dee'd., rn Monday, the
24th April next, iu thc office ol thc Probate Jti.lgo
for Edgefieid County ; ned that they will on ho
same day apply lor a FiUal DbeLarge as Admin
istrators of said Estate
R. J. SMITH, I . . .
J. K. SCHU.MPERT, j Adm or5'
Mar. 22_ it_13 -
Valuable Town Lot For Sale.
HWING mad* n chango in my bnsine*?, I
desire t.. s !! tuv HOUSE AN . LOT in
DUi.ifiwM, Mtn.itcd on M-iu ."'..u'i, iu Hie heart
of tho town, 'lin house in cutnfurtable and in
good repair. Torrn.? easy.
T. W. CARWILE.
Mar. 22 ti y