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Terms, 83,00 per Aunum.
. We have received an interesting
Railroad article from an esteemed friend
in Aiken, and will take pleasure in giv
ing it publicity in our next issue. Re
gret that it ia out of our power to do so
?&* "SHATTERFUXD" on tho Freo
School law will appear next week.
Gorgeous Display at Oscar Cheat
Oscar is tho latest arrival from New
York, and "his works do follow him."
And women follow him, (ovil to him who
evil thinks!) and men follow him, and
children follow him, and negroes follow
him, and cotton-sellers follow him-and
altogether he is tho best followed man we
know of. And why do all these people
follow him ? Why look at his new ad
vertisement to-day, and you will see
that he offers them all immense induce
ments-yes, eveu to the cotton-sellers
Don't go into Oscar's lightly or unad
visedly; for once in, and having looked
around, you will undoubtedly either buy
or steal !
A Negro Mun Shot and Wounded.
On Tuesday night last, our fellow
townsman, Mr. Lebeschultz, shot and
wounded a negro ? " JU ed Piekens
Stuart, who was beating his wife in a
shameful manner in Mr. L's yard. Mr.
L.f after making vain efforts to rescue
the'woman and quell the disturbance,
was forced to use his pistol. The negro
is wounded in the neck or throat, but not
very dangerously we believe.
Neither Winds, nor Kains, nor Floods,
nor Males, nor Balls.
None of these strong motivo powers
can prevail against the Stokes Intent
Portable Fence. It is built in separate
pannels, and can be moved hither and
thither at will. A fair specimen 01 it
now stretches across our public square,
terminating in a pen for animals. Messrs.
Colby ?fc King possess the right fur the
United States, and wish te sell Stato and
County rights. Messrs. Colby <fe King,
clever and intelligent men, aro now in our
town, exhibiting this admirable fence,
Come and soo them-and see tho fence,
M The Fla7ttation,,, a distinguished agri
cultural paper of Atlanta, commends the
Stokes Patent Portabio Fence in the
strongest manner. Sus fence is attract
ing great attention in our midst.
Planting Irish Potatoes in Mid
Mr. J. F. Boykin, son-in-law of Dr.
M. W. Abney, a gentleman devoted to
agricultural and horticultural interests,
sends us a basket of as fine Irish Pota
toes as we ever laid our eyes upon.
These Potatoes were planted on the 25th
of June. Mr. Boykin has our best
Tremendous Real Estate Sales
Edenfield on Snle-day Next.
Two of the largest and finest private
residences in our town are to be sold on
the firs. Monday in November next
that of tho late Col. Marshall Frazier,
and that of Mr. Charles A. Cheatham.
Both these houses may be called man
sions, and in each case their surround
ings are uncommonly beautiful. Mr.
Cheatham's has been lately thoroughly
painted and repaired within and without.
The famous Saluda plantation of Col.
Frazier, at Island Ford, is also to be sold,
in two tracts. No lands this sido of
Louisiana aro moro valuable than these.
And also Mr. C. A Cheatham's planta
tion three or four miles West of the vil
lage-one of the finest Cotton places in
this range of country-and having on it
a mill site not to be surpassed anywhere.
The advertisements of these sales, to
be found in other columns of the Adver
tiscr, are worth the attention of all de
signing to purchase homes or plantations
in a fertile and healthful country.
Admitted to the Bar.
Our young townsman, Mr. Wm. S.
Tillinghast, a son of the late Hon. R. L.
Tilllnghast, of Beaufort, was admitted
to the bar, before Judge Moses, at New
berry, a few days since.
JOT On last Thursday night, in the Mt.'
Tabor vicinity, a negro by the name of
Aaron Stalnaker was called upon and re
quired to pay the penalty of an old debt
somewhat on a novel if not severe plan,
It appears that Aaron was indebted to
one Abram Miles, another colored friend,
in the sum of $5,00, for a pair of boots ;
that Abram had implored Aaron time
and again to settle for the boots, but that
Aaron would'nt pay, and failed to make
any satisfactory arrangement ; and that
finally Abram's patience became ex
hausted, and securing the assistance of
three sympathising friends, they all four
"went for" Aaron; arming themselves
each with a hand full of hickory switch
es, they marched up to Aaron's house,
took him out, carried him to a swamp
about a mile off, and then and there they
"hit him" two hundred stripes-can
celled thc debt, and left Aaron to his ror
lloctions, a sadder if not a wiser man.
^?0-At the Railroad meeting held in
Laurens on last s;de-day to send Dele
gates to tho Railroad Convention to be
held in Columbia, on tho loth November,
the following gentlemen were authorized
to_represent Laurens County, in said
Convention, viz: Hon. W. 1>. Simpson,
Col. R. P. Todd, Capt. H. L. Met iowan,
Dr. S. M. Hunter and Col. J. W. Watts.
??r* There were slight frosts in several
Counties in this State on the 29th.
?jf- Thc Port Royal Railroad will be
completed to Beaufort by thc 1st Nov.
^**Tbo business part of tho town of |
Crocket, Texas, has been burned. Insu
rance, $50,000. Loss not stated.
A curious incident of the Nelson
Clantou killing affcur in Ten'WPHsec js that
an Old man named W. B. Smith, at whose
house the shoriff stopped to ask after the
fugitive Nelson, when informed of the
affair, evinced high excitement and died
in five minutes.
In Robeson, N. C., a United States
soldier belonging to company "f;," -1th
United States Artillery, while in a state
Of'intoxication shot and killed a negro
man ?i \fy futir years of age, without the
$Or- Th? Fulutka (Fla.) Herald Hays :
"Miss Prescott, of this County, killed a
largo bear on Thursday night last. Bruin
had mudo nn attack upon the swine, and
was in tho act of carrying off a large
sized saoat, when the young Miss pitch
ed into him and killed him with a light
f&* Minis* post office, or Ninety Six
Ntatjoji, in Barnwell Comity, has been
changed to that of "Elko." There isa
Mims' station on the Augusta and Co
lumbia Railroad, and a Ninety-Six sta
tion on tho Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, and this chango of name will
Newspaper Mat fe rs in Lexington.
Lexington, which yas ?gruarfuNy rav
aged aud desolated during (be war, has
jiow, wo aro rejoiced to say, r,s fine a
County papor as any in the State. The
Lexington Dispatch, started only a year
ago, entered upon its second volume last
week, much enlarged, with considera
ble new type, and decidedly improved
JU many respects. .We congratulate bur
friends, the Messrs. Harman A ll. W.
Rico "Esq., very cordially upon the hap- :
pv result of . their useful tabors* The j
Dispatch is published every Wednesday
at Two Dollars per annum.
Augusta Still, With Its Alluring Foo
plc nuil Places.
MRS. LECKIE AND THE CHAME
LION GODDESS.-The chamelion god
dess is, of course, Fashion, ever change
able and ever changing. And as to MRS
LECKIE-the gentle, refined and tasteful
lady, unchangeable and unchanging
lives there a woman with soul so dead as
not to know who she is ? Not in Edge
field, we ween ! No indeed ! for every
woman in Edgefield-and every decent
man too-knows that Mrs. Leckie is a lead
ing Modiste of thc bright city of Augus
ta-a Modiste who has tho chamelion god
dess under her thumb, moulding her as
a potter docs his clay.
And on this very day, Tuesday, Oct.
10th, Mrs. Lockie is making her first
Grand Display of Fall and Winter Fash
ions. And, oh ! what a day in Augusta
And, oh! what a Divinely Beautiful
Stock of Feminine Frivolities ! And, oh
how our fair compatriots of Edgefield
will pore over Mrs. Leckie's charming
New Advertisement, and fiock to lier
soon with pockets full of money, and
come back home with the Most Ravish
ing Millinery Articles beneath the sun
MR. JAMES M. ANDERSON TO HIS
EDGEFIELD FRIENDS:-In our ad
vertising columns stands a card from Mr
James M. Anderson io his old friends
Edgefield. We bespeak for it the most
particular attention. No youth ever grew
ap in Edgefield, in our day and genera
tion, more deservedly honored and be
loved for all good qualities, than "Jim
alie Anderson." And the man does not
belie tho boy. For a year past he has
been living in Dearing, Ga., but latelv
tio has returned to Augusta, and is now
ready to serve his friends at Kean, Lan
iram <t Co's.-old stand of H. P. Russell
t Co.-a new Dry Goods Establishment
ind one of tho handsomest in the city.
THE CAROLINA DRY GOODS
STORE:-Messrs. Walter Powell of
Barnwell, and Wm. Muller of Columbia
lave lately established a First Class Dry
joods Store in Augusta, and we take
rreat pleasure in introducing the New
[louse to our people, and recommending
t to their patronage. The Establishment
>f Powell cfc Muller is complete in all it
rarious and well-stocked departments
md affords to purchasers means of se
ecting choice articles from largo varie
ies of similar classes of goods. A visit
o Powell it Muller will provo the truth
>f our assertions. Read the Advertise'
ncnt of the now Firm, and, remember
ng that they aro South Carolinians, al
vays leave part of your money with thenif
THE BAILIE BROTHERS IN AN
OTHER CAPACITY:-Last week we
?poke of Jas. G. Bailie ifc Bro., of Au
rusta, as famous dealers iii Carpets and
Jpholstery. This week wc present them
o their old friends in Edgefield as Foul
ly Grocers. Not that this is anything
lew, for numerous people in these re
rions havo bought Groceries, Plantation
Supplies, and Wines and Liquors from
ho Bailies for many a year past. And
n no single instance have these numer
als people been disappointed or dissatis
ied. Jas. G. Bailie it Bro. stand proudly
>n tho topmost round of tho ladder in
heir reputation both as gentlemen and
msiness men, dealing always fairly and
iberally with all who purchase goods
rom them. Do not overlook their new
3 roce ry advertisement.
A New Editor.
Mr. T. Ross Robertson succeeds Jlr
[icu Stuart as Editor of that popular pa
ler, tho Fairfield Herald. We beg leave
;o otter Mr. Robertson kindliest greeting
md welcome. In his salutatory, he says :
' The political tone of this Journal will
>c uncompromisingly Conservative. Thc
ibuscs in the government, both State and
National, will be fearlessly and unceas
?9" Fon HOUSE CLEANING, washing
fishes, doors, oil cloths, tables, cleaning
.vindows, paint, knives and polishing
in, brass and all metals, use Enoch Mor
gan's Sons' Sapolio. It is cheaper and
>ettcr than soap. Get it from your grocer,
)r at 211 Washington street, N. Y. it
Trust what Time has Sanctioned.
The maxim that Hie voice of the people is the
roice of the divinity, may in some cues, be open to
loubt, but thc testimony of honest and tnlighhncd
tue ?sos extending through a Serien of yean, and
di to the same purport, is worthy of credence, ad.
nits of no <iucstion. Upon such testimony the n?pu
ation of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters as an antidote
md cure for many ailments is based. During the
wenty years that it has been before the world, iu
lumerable preparations intended to compete with it,
lave gono up like rockets, and come down like ex
tinguished sticks. Meanwhile the progress of (hat
incomparable tonic has been sw iii and steady-al
ways upward and onward like the eagle's flight Its
introduction produced a revolution in therapeutics,
md it proved to bc one of those salutary' revolutions
that cannot go backwards. To-day Uostctter's Bit
ters is one of the most popular remedies in christen
Jom, aili commando ? larger salo than any other
medicinal preparation, domestic or Imported, on this
side of the Atlantic. As a cure for dyspepsia, bilious
disorders, nervous affections, general debility, and as
1 preventive of epidemic fevers, it takes precedence
t>f every other remedy. This fuct should teach the
iiiubitious country dealers who endeuvor lo foist their
local abortions on thc public in its stead, how futile
their small attempts to cajole thu community mutt
necessarily be. Where the game Ash have failed
there is no chance for thc "suckers."
IMPROVEMENT ix CHARLESTON.
Among tho recent improvements in
Charleston is the ware house and build
ers' depot of Mr. P. P. TOALE, the manu- j(
facturer of Doors, Sashes and Blinds, ex
tending through from No. ?o Haync
street to No. 33 Pinekncy street, and said ]
to be the most extensive as well as most
complete establishment of thc kind South
of Baltimore. ]
A Valuable Colton and Grain
TlIE Subscriber wjll sell at public
auction, at Edgefield c. H., on Sole-day
in November npxt, his VALUABLE
And adjoining Lands of Capt. B. T.
Minis, Jos. P. Wells, W. A. Collett, Col.
W. H. Moss, lt. Cnntelou and others.
These Lauds aro noted for their lort iii
ty, and superior adaptability to either
Cotton or i i rai n crops. And those seek
ing good fanning Lands will do well to
examine this plantation, and inspect thc
er?os raised thereon the present year. i
About ?flU Acres of this Tract arc in
cultivation-whilst the balance is in na
tive forest and well grown old field pine.
And the entire Tract is well watered by
springs and running streams.
On Ute premises are comfortable double
Cabins, new Barn and Stables, new Gin
House,-witli an Utloy Press, Bottom's
Horse Power and a good (Jin,-Black
smith Shop, with a nev/ set of Tools, &C.
I will also sell at public outcry, at the
sinne time and place, if not previously
disposed of at private sale, my Desirable
HOUSE AND LOT in the Town of
Edgefield, in which I now reside, ad
joining Maj. Z. W. Carwile, Gen. R. (1.
M. Dunovant, Copt. Lewis Jones, Dr.
M. W. Ahney and others.
The Dwcllling is large, commodious
and conveniently arranged-and has re
cently boen put in thorough repair and
handsomely painted ipsido and out. On
thc prcnusbs'urc all necessary qutbllUd
tngs, all of which are iii irood condition
-with new Fences enclosing the entire
Lot, The Lot contains someten or twelve
Acres of Land, which ls in a high and
successful state of cultivation.
TERMS-For both Plantation and
Town Residence, One-Third Cash, and
tiio balance on one and two years credit,
in equal annual instalments* with inter
est froth date of sale, and u mortgage of
the premises to secure the purchase
C. A. CHEATHAM.
Oct. i . it i).
NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS
W. H. BRUNSON
IS NOW RECEIVING HIS FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Hosiery, Notions, Boots,
Shoes, Hardware, Crockery,
Hats, Caps, &c., &c.,
Po which he respectfully invites the attention of his customers and the
A.re especially invited to examine my Stock of DRESS GOODS, in
full lines cf Double Warp ALPACAS, the best ever offered in this market.
Empress CLOTHS, Corded BROCADES and REPS,
Alpaca LUSTRES, DELAINES, SHAWLS,
Ladies' and Misses FURS,
Bonnet, Trimming and Sash RIBBONS, something new,
Boulevard SKIRTS, beautiful designs for Ladies and Misses,
UNDERVEST8, CORSETS, BUSTLES,
Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Hemstitched and L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Trimmed HATS, latest styles,
Linen, Lawn and Lace SETS,
Velvet RIBBONS, Black aud Colored,
PERFUMERY, Toilet Soaps, &c, &c.
I have a splendid line of PANTS 'GOODS in Doeskins, Cassimer?,
?atinetts, Jeans, Sheep's Greys, Broadcloths, &c.
Heady Made Clothing,
[n Cassimere and Satinet SUITS, UNDERVESTS, and DRAWERS, Dri
ping and Dress GLOVES, Best English HOSIERY, Travelling and Buggy
Have given special attention to this Department, and can ofter induce
nents in 9-4 and 10-4 Bed BLANKETS, all grades.
A large assortment of Plain, White, Red Twilled and Shaker FLAN
A beautiful line of the celebrated Gilbert's OPERA FLANNELS.
LINSEYS and KERSEYS, &c, &c.
Bleached and Sea Island SHIRTINGS, all the favorite brands,
Grantville SHIRTINGS, all widths.
10-4 Bleached and Brown SHEETING, all grades,
Bleached and Brown Canton FLANNELS,
Bed TICKINGS all qualities.
Striped and plaid OSNABURGS, Marseilles QUILTS,
Huck, Crash and Damask TOWELLING,
Table and Fruit NAPKINS,
Cotton and B. E. DIAPER,
Hickory STRIPES, DRILLS, DENIMS,
Coats' and Clarke's SPOOL COTTON.
A Full and Varied Assortment of the
Boots and. ?hoes.
Have given extra attention to this Department, and can offer a First
31ass Article in all grades. I KEEP NO SHODDY STOCK. '
I have a beautiful line of Ladies and Misses Dress and Walking SHOES,
nade to order in Baltimore.
Also, Hand-Sewed GAITERS, TIES and BOOTS, Double-Soled Water
proof, for Gentlemen.
Large Stock of BROGANS, all grades and sizes.
All the latest styles for Gentlemen, Youths and Children,-a large stock,
md magnificent assortment.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
A beautiful and varied stock of China, Granite, Glass Ware, Fancy Ar
ticles,-all of the ucwest and most handsome designs.
Hardware, Brooms, Buckets, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy aud
Carriage Whips, Saddles, &c, &c,
jgpl haye spared no pains in the selection of my Stock as regards
Prices and Quality. | feel satisfied that jt ^yill compare fayprably with
any brought'to this market.
SS?"Will take great pleasure in sending Samples or Exhibiting my Stock
to any who may favor me with a call or an order,
W. H. BRUNSON.
IV. B.-Liberal Cash Advances made on Consign
ments of Cotton.
Edgefield, S, C., Oct 2 4* 41
GARY & GARY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLI
TCRS IN EQUITY,
Will Practice in the Courts of the State,
and Augusta, Ga.; and also in tho U. S.
Courts lor South Carolina.
Edgefield, S. C., Oct 4, 3in
DRS. JOEL W. PEARSON ?fe A. S.
DOZIER have associated themselves
for the Practice of Medicine in ita vari
ous branches. And will give prompt at
tion to any and all cases that may give
them a call.
Oct 4 Gt 41
TlIE Undersigned have formed a Part
nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW.
Office at Edgefield C. H.
The Junior Partner may be consulted,
for the present, at Batesville, C. C. <fe A.
M. L. BONHAM,
R. G. BONHAM.
Edgefield, Aug 8,1871._tf 34
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ILL Practice ia Edgefield, Lexington,
Barnwell and Richland.
Columbia, Mar 8 ly ll
X HE Subscriber is now receiving his
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
To which he invites all to call and ex
amine for themselves, as I SELL FOR
CASH, and will SELL AS CHEAP AS
THE CHEAPEST. Now in Store
A nice lot of Winter CALICOES,
Plaid POPLINS, Striped POPLINS,
Ladies' Velvet HATS, Trimmed and
Bonnet RIBBONS and PLUMES,
1 Bale North Carolina PLAIDS,
1 " Brown SHIRTINGS,
Sea Island SHIRTING,
KERSEYS, JEANES, CASSIMERES,
Geo. PLAINS, LINSEYS,
White and Bed FLANNELS,
Opera and Canton FLANNELS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEET
Men's, Boys, Youth's and Children's
Ladies, Misses, Mens, Youths and
Childrens SHOES and BOOTS, of all
Gloves, Hosierv, Handkerchiefs,
Ladies SHAWLS, Large and Small,
GROCERIES, aU kinds,
HARDWARE and CROCKERY,
FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, and
all other articles kept in a Dry Goods
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Oct. 4 tf 41
Look to Your Interest!
ATKINSON & GUY'S,
(Formerly John L. Atkinson)
GP.ANITEVILLE, S. C.
E beg to inform our friends and
customers of Edgefield and adjacent
Counties that we are opening our
Fall Stock of Goods,
Consisting of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Hardware, Tinware, Crock erv,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL,
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUP, RICE, MACKEREL,
Spices, Soda, Soaps, Ac.
Also, a full lino of DRUGS and MED
IS"*'* Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
prepared*day or night.
We arc next door to thc Post Office,
and most cordially invite all to call and
examine our Goods and Prices.
We will also Sell Cotton in this market
Free of Commissions.
J. L. ATKINSON,
B. F. GUY.
Granitovillc, Oct 4 3m41
ZHE COTTON PLANT
Cooking Stove !
SlNCE the death of tho late WM. HILL
and closing up of his business, I have
taken thc Agency for tho Salo o? the
Persons wanting a good Stove, such as
the " Philanthropist," " Chief Cook," or
" Cotton Plant," can be supplied by call
Di L. FULLERTON, Stove Dealer,
No. G Stoves for $20,00 and ?26,00.
No. 7 Stoves for ?25,00, $31,50, $M,00
No. 8 Stoves for ?28,00, $37,50, ?40,00,
Augusta, Oct 4 Gm 41
Branch, Sons & Co,
Planters' Loan & Savings Bank,
iLizgxista, Gr ix.
CONSIGNMENTS respectfully solici
ted, and Liberal Advances made on same
Bagging, Ties and Provisions furnish
ed Customers at lowest rates.
Storago on most favorable terms in the
large and commodious Warehouse of the
Planters' Loan cfc Savings Bank.
Augusta, Sept 13 3m 38
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Hamburg, S. C., Sept. 12, 1871.
In accordance with Section 4, of an
Act of thc General Assembly of thc
State of Soutli Carolina, passed tho 0th
day of March, 1871, to amend Section 2G
of an Act of the Generul Assembly, of |
the Stato of South Carolina entitled " An
Act to Define the Jurisdiction and Duties
of County Commissioners," passed the
26th day of September 18G8, I herewith
transmit tho following Report, showing
tho amount of Compensation audited
and paid to tho Members of tho Board
of County Commissioner for Edgefield
Paid to Philip Dozier, C. C., for 10 days
services rendered in Session at ?3,00
per day. ? 30,00
For GO days services rendered,
not in Session, at ?3.00 per day, 180,00
For 2500 miles traveled while in
service as County Commissioner
at 5 cts. per mile, 125,00
Paid to J. R. Sen tell, C. C. for 10
days service rendered in
Session at ?3.00 per day, ? 30,00
For G5 days servico rondcr.
cd not ip Session at $3.00
For 1780 miles traveled
while in serviere as'Coun
ty Com'er at Sets per m.
Total amount paid to members
of tho Board. ?049,00
JOHN S. SIMMS, Clerk.
Oct, 4_2t_ 41
THE PLANTATION on which Mr.
Josias Lanham rosides. Apply on
the promises, or to Dr. S. G. Meriwether,
Woodlawn, S. C.
Oct i St il
JAMES W. TURLEY,
First-Class iry Goods S
OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FABRICATION.
HAVING spent many weeks in New York during the Summer, collecting
together the best and newest styles of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FAB
RICATIONS, I have great pleasure in announcing that I have NOW
OPEN full lines of
FALL Al WINTER DRY GOODS,
Which I will distribute to my customers at CONVINCINGLY LOW
The accumulated experience of many years, together with my intimate
acquaintance with the wants and tastes of our people, gives me superior ad
vantages as to PRICES, STYLES and QUALITY.
I beg to call special attention to the departments of DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS and CLOAKS, which are unusually attractive.
??-DOMESTIC MANUFACTURED GOODS always at Lowest Prices.
JAMES W. TURLEY,
Third Door above Globe Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA.
Sept 26 tf 40
Shoes ! ?laoes ! Slaoes !
BOOTS AND SHOES.
E. 0. SAMS,
No. 4, Park Kow,
. Has opened a large and complete assortment of SHOES and BOOTS for
And is daily making accessions to his large and varied stock. Call and
get suited from the latest styles.
Copper-Tipped Boots and Shoes for Children.
Kid, Morocco and Calf Skin Shoes for Ladies and Misses, with a full sup
ply of Congress and Laced Gaiters,
Calf Skin Boots and Shoes for Gentlemen and Boys, with either Single or
Double Uppers and Soles.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
A full line of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES kept constantly on hand
at1 E. 0. SAMS.
Oct 4 tf 41
T. W. CARWILE. W. E. CARWILE. Z. W. CARWILE, JR,
T. W. CARWILE & CO.,
297 Broad St.. Augusta, Ga.,
RESPECTFULLY announce to their Edgefield friends that they have
entered into Co-Partnership for the purpose of conducting a GENERAL
GROCERY and COMMISSION BUSINESS, and will devote all their ener
gies towards building up a First Class Grocery House, promising to make
every exertion to give the m. st perfect satisfaction to all who may favor
them with their patronage.
We are now receiving full lines of
And in fact EVERYTHING usually found in First Class Grocery
We are also Agents for the sale of Wm. Massey & Co's. Celebrated Phila
Will be glad at all times to see our Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Grade of Goods at the Lowest Market Prices.
Sept 20 tf 30
"E. Ss MIMS
C^ONTINUE business ns usual at their
Stand, Corner Jackson and Reynolds
Best BAGGING and TIES for sale.
Agents lor WANDO and ETIWAN
Augusta, Sept 20 tf 39
COTTON TIS !
Wc arc Agents for thc Manufacturers of
Swett, Arrow, Anchor, and Butter
-Also of the
Patent Lock Tie.
Just landing 4000 Bundles of tho EU
REKA and LOCK TIES.
No Tio can surpass the "Eureka" for
simplicitly and durability, and we olfcr
it as a Tie that is unexcelled.
The Arrow is also well known.
Wo ask your orders, guaranteeing as
low prices as they can be purchased at in
any Southern port.
^Vo shall be pleased to handle consign
ments of your Cotton, and will givo all
shipments our closest attention.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO,,
Charleston, S. C.
Sept 27 2m 40
Manure Your Small Grain !
THE STONO DISSOLVED PHOS
PHATE, with Cotton Seed, in every
instanco the last season has proved to be
as good as tho very best Standard Ferti
It is highly recommended for small
Price, $33 Cash per ton of 2000 pounds
at Factory. Orders solicited.
S. S. TOMPKINS, Agt.
Oct 4 8t 41
ITItJRPIir & MAY, Piopiictors.
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thanks to thc CUUCLS of Edgefield for their
past kindness to us.
Our House is thoroughly renovated for SU M
MER ACCOMMADATION-Rooms large
and airy, and Table always supplied with the
best the mnrkot affords.
We will bo pleased to welcome our Edgelield
friends aud customers, and will use every
effort to rendor their sojourn with us pleas
ant and agreeable.
Augusta, Mar 2? 3ml4
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Sept 26 lm 41
ISTew IJ'all Goods
James E. Cook,
Graniteville, S. C.,
Desires to inform his Friends and the Public Generally that
he has just returned from the North with the LARGEST,
BEST, MOST DESIRABLE and COMPLETE STOCK OF
GOODS that he has ever brought to this market, consisting iu
SUPERB DRY GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS,, OAPSj TRUNKS, VALISES,
Hardware and Cutler*)',
BAGGING, TIES ARD NAILS,
SOLE L EAT H EE, CALT AND KIP SKINS,
BACON, L?T>'*> SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, CHEESE, HICE, SYRUP,
MOLAL Surf, MACKEREL, BUTTER. SALT, CANNED FRUITS,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,
In fact Everything usually found in a First Class Country or Village Store.
COTTON consigned to me for sale in this market, will receive my perso
nal attention, FB.EE OF COMMISSIONS.
Graniteville, Oct 4 3m 41
GRANITEVILLE, S. C.,
EG to inform their Friends and Customers of Edgefield and adjacent
Counties that they are now opening their Stock of
And tak'- great pleasure in proclaiming it the BEST SELECTED and
MOST COMPLETE STOCK they have ever offered.
These Goods were bought in Nev. York and Baltimore, from the Best
Houses, and for Cash, for which we obtained a liberal discount, and are
therefore enabled to SELL VERY CHEAP, and this we intend to do.
We keep EVERYTHING usrally found in a First Class Village
Store, such as
Dry Coeds and Notions,
Ready Made Clothing,
BOOTS ?&D SHOES,
Ii ard war e3 Tinware, Crockery,
BAGGING AND TIES,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUP, RICE, MACKEREL, SPICES, SOAPS, SODA, &c.
Also, a full line of SHOE FINDINGS, Sole LEATHER, Kip and Calf
B?*We are at the same old place on the Corner, and most cordially invite
ill to call and examine our Goods and Prices.
BOT We continue to SELL COTTON in this market Free of Commis-ions.
C. K. HENDERSON,
F. B. HENDERSON.
Graniteville, Sept 20 3m 39
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
&reat Clothing Emporium of Augusta
[ HAVE just returned from the North with the LARGEST, FINEST,CHEAPEST
md BEST SELECTED STOCK of
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
br Fall and Winter wear, ever brought to this city, comprising all the latest and most
ashionablc styles of the best make and finish. Lon;.' experience in tho business has
iiven me great advantage in selecting a stock to suit thc tasted and wants of all.
.fails rang?; iu price from S3 to *7?.
Also, keep a full line of Gents' FURNISHING (?ODDS, HATS, &c.
Merchants, our friends and the public generally will lind it to their interest to ex
unine our stock before buying.
Mr H. S. JORDAN, of South Carolina, long connected with the house, will give
special attention to his friends and all wh 'nay favor him with a call. Good Coods,
good Iiis and polite attention guaranteed.
Special attention paid to country orders.
Augusta, Oct 4 Ct 41
J. M. YoUNOBLOOD.
S. C. L. BUSH.
Y0UNGBL00D & BUSH,
AND DEALERS IN
? AID PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
No. 127 Broad Street,
i^FTER an acknowledgement of thanks to our Friends and Customer;! for
the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us, wc ask a continuance of the
same, and would beg leave to inform them that wc deal in Ail Goods
fiSeioii??ng' to bur Linc. (Liquors excepted,) such as COFFEES,
SUGAR?, BACON, MOLASSES, FLOUR, BAGGING, TIES, &c, &c.
j?sTSpecial attention paid to the Sale ol* Cotton and other
Y0MGBL00D ? BUSH.
Augusta, Oct 4 3m 41
Miller, Hack & Howard,
HEAVING secured the well known and commodious Store, No. 298 Broad
Street, opposite M. O'DOWD, Esq., have on hand a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Bagging, Ties,
And all Goods in their line adapted to Merchants' and Planters' trade.
Intending to have many Goods put up forour own trade, we have selected
as a name for our House and Trade Mark, "-The Empire and Palmetto Gro
We have now in Store, and daily receiving, large Stocks-of -
BACON, LARD, HAMS, FLO?R, SYRUP, MOLASSES,.
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, RICE, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, Soda, Soap, Can Fruits, jellies, Preserves,. '
Pickles, Mustard, Maccaroni, Buckets, Tubs, Measures,
Osnaburgs, Stripes, Sheetings, Shirtings,
BAGGING, TIES, WINES,.LIQUORS, &c, &c,
All of which will he sold on the most reasonable terms to dealers and con
MILLER, HACK & HOWARD,
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.