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[From the Savannah Morning News, FrT
day, October 27.]
The Charleston iVwj is permitted to
publish tho following dispatch, which
was HCnt from Augusta, Gu., several days
' a go :
ATJOTJSTA, GA., October 15, 1871.
To the Hov. Mayor of the City of Chicago:
Pleaso draw on us for one thousand
dollars and distribute it among your af
BRANCH, SONS ct CO.
Major T. P. Branch, the subscribing
member and leading spirit of the firm,
was a gallant officer, in a prominent Vir
ginia regiment, and as a prisoner of war
was drawn as a hostage, and finally, with
many others, was pleated in range of the
guns of Fort Sumter.
The Rome Commercial sta' es that in
1866 a gentleman wrote from Georgia to
a minister in Chicago, requesting hL> as
sistance'in soliciting funds in that city to
rebuild one of the Georgia churches,
bumtby Sherman's vandals, and received
ibo following in response :
" I am at this time a minister in the
Old School Presbyterian Church, and
D- sent me your petition that I might
try to get something for your aid in re
building your church. "But I had no
heart to d? anything with it. I fear the
people would rather re-burn you than to
aid you. Small, sadly small, is the Chris
tian charity in this part of the world.
Fanaticism seems to reign and riot, while
.hatred and murderous malice would hold
still their bloody carnival "
flow a Colored Convict was Killed
by the Radical Keepers of the
[From the Columbia Union, October 26.]
Coroner ?. H. Coleman held an inquest
on the body of Jefferson Brown, colored, a
convict in" the State Penitentiary, who
died yesterday while in the shower bath
at.that institution. From what we have
been able to learn of the testimony give?
at the inqusi., the following seems to be
the facts in the case: A square box, high
enough for a man to stand" up in, with a
place above ibr the water to fall through,
comprises the shower-bath. On the sides
of this box ure holes, opposite each other,
and at convenient distances, through
which a bar is thrust to keep the man's
?ace turned upwards, the bar running be
neath the chin. It appears that Brown
was placed in the bcx with his head fas
tened Up in the manner before stated, and
?ve or six buckets of water were let into
his face, at the end of which performance
the bar broke, and Brown fell down in
the box. Endeavors to stand lum up
again wete fruitless, and the captain of
tne prison guard, with other assistance>
had a rope placed about the man's neck,
the end of the rope passing through one
of the augur holes above the man, and
the men pulling on the rope while others
ia front helped to raise him. Brown was
got into the position again, and more wa
ter let upon him, when it was discovered
that he was dead. Dr. Gibbes, who made
a post mortem examination of the body,
was of the opinion that the man died
frow congestion of the lungs, the effect ol
the showerings, but was not willing, if we
understood tlie matter rightly, to positive
ly swear thc rope had no effect in causing
death. Brown was a rather delicately
constituted man at the best.
A Desperate Fight at Los Angelos*
Fifteen Chinamen flanged.
SA N* FRANCISCO. October 25.
A desperate fight took place in the Chi
nese quarter at Los Angelos. Officer Bil
deron attempted to arrest a Chinaman for
shooting another. He was resisted, and
called on Robert Thompson, a citizen, to
assist him. The Chinese opened fire on
both of them. Thompson fell, and died
immediatelv. Officer Bilderon was shot
but escaped on horseback. A mob soor.
collected and attacked thc whole Chines
quarter?. They were resisted by the Chi
nese. Five hundred armed men surround
ed the Chinese quarters to prevent any
from escaping. Fifteen Chinamen were
hanged by the mob, and their houses
fired. The tire, however, was extinguished.
At 9 P. M., yesterday, order at Los An
gelos had been partially restored by the
authoritics. No more bloodshed has taken
place. .Several Chinamen have been ar
rested and are lodged in jail.
ACCIDENTS.-Mr. J. W. Lipscomb, of '
the vicinity of Ninety-Six, on Thursda\
evening last, while in the act of mounting
his horse, at one of the racks on the pub
lic square, received a severe kick from
another horse at the same rack, breaking
some of his ribs.
W.H.Bass, on thc 14th inst., whil.
going from tho village to his home in thc
neighborhood ot Temple of Health, wns
thrown from Iiis horse against a tree, am.
three of his ribs broken.
We regret to learn that a very interest
ing child of Mr. James Gilbert,aged seven
years, came very near losing his life tn
ounday last bv "the explosion of a kero
sene lamp. 1 he child, while carrying tin
burning lamp, accidently fell, breaking thi
.lamp and scattering the kerosene over hi.
person. lu an instant he was enveloped
m flameo. By the utmost exertion th'
flumes were soon extinguished. Although
severely burnt, hopes are entertained o
his recoven-.-[Abbeville Press and .Ban
ner. J ._
Z&r The Dallas (Texas) Herald says ti
private letter to a gentleman ofthat place
gives information of the death of Gen.
Sam. Watte, a Cherokee Chief of high
character and reputation. He was a
brigadier-general in tho Confederate ar
my, and distinguished for his intelli
gence, fine appea: ance and gallant con
duct. He was a full-blooded Indian,
though his wife was a white lady.
???r Two of the mon arrested for Ku
Kluxism in Spartanburg, S C., are res
pectively eighty one and seventy year-,
prr- Tho Columbus, Ohio, State Joia
nalanys: "A deformed chicken of com
mon breed, the deformity resulting from
a broken bock, was entered at tho Musk
ingum County Fair as a Hungarian cock
of tito 'Slavi Magyer breed,' and th*
sapient judges, after gravely inspecting
it, awarded it the first premium over om
of the finest poultry shows ever seen iii
?J3S- A young man, aged twelve, in
C.ncinnati, recently stole a trunk full o
his sisttr's clothing and ?700 of his luth
er's money, and eloped with his sweet:
heart, age J cloven. They h tr ' ~-n goiu
a week and no clue is y. ^stuned tc
their where air-uts.
Col. Ixvkett has, in Southwestern
Georgia, planted in cotton last year <?,5<M
acres, and in corn and small "grain 3,5(;(i
acres, making in all 10,000 acres. It is
estimated that his crop will bo worth
$180,000. This is probably the largest
CA>p made by any one person in the cot
ton region. He employs 360 hands.
?SJ- There is a good deal of parade in
Administration journals on the action o!
the Government in the prosecution ol
Brigham Young for bigamy. It is no
doubt a sensation that costs considerable
money, and will end in nothing. The
conviction of Young is a remote possi
bility, which wonld necessarily result in
his pardon, for if the President is com
mitted to any one proposition, It is that
of Executive clemency towards biga
mists. Imagine Brigham Young in the
penitentiary and Bowen in the South
Carolina Senate, or in Congress.-Patriot.
John Taylor and Miles Freeman,
the two colored men who were under ar
rest upon the charge of having fired thc
town of Golds boro, N. C., by which it
was nea-ly destroyed, have been bailed
by the Radical judge in the sum of $200
gy* The Mormons threaten to burn up
what they have and leave if the prosecu
tions don't cease.
?grThe family of John A. Justice, in
Rutherford County, N. C., have beon
mostsevereiyafflicted. Onlyafew weeks
?ince three daughters were buried, last
Monday the father anda son died, and
several other members of the family are
Edgi-neltl, S. C.. Nov. 2, 1871.
Will it be Popular Government or
Our columns are filled with accounts'|
if the troubles in several of our upper
Districts. Innocont men are being ar
rested by scores ; and hundreds of the
best citizens are still flying from their
homes. After tho unscrupulous trials
presided over, and the terrible sentences
imposed by Judge Bond, at Raleigh late
ly, no Rane man would stand the danger
t)f arrest. Better a life in the woods or
exile in a foreign land, than six years at,|
hardlabor in a Northern penitentiary- '
with a fineuof five or six thousand dol
The Presidency elec?on is to take
Place next year, and looking upon the
rampaiffn of 1872, as Grant has begun It
in South Carolina, it must result either
In the restoration of popular government,
with the success of the D?mocratie par
ty, or the establishment of a despotism,
with the re-election of Grant. Truly if |
ever the Democracy of the nation had
stimulous and incitement to fight brave
ly and in a solid body, that time is now.
The work foreshadowed by the Buspen
sion of the Writ of Habeas Corpus in
nine Counties of South Carolina, is sim
ply the reducing of the Southern States
to the lowest condition of political vas
salage. All these tronbles in our up
country are bnt forerunners of even
sra ver work. Grant means to re-elect
himself if possible, and to do this he is
ready to seize upon the Southern States,
and under the suspension of civil la v,
hold them as conquered provinces, so
they cannot vote in the Presidential el tc
tion. The pretexts for this coup aV tat
are now being manufactured in the dif
ferent Southern States by the Radical
partisans of the Graut administration.
As remarked by a contemporary, the is
sue in the great approaching contest, dis
guise it as we may, is not whether the
Radical or the Democratic party shall
prevail, but'whether the people or the
President shall rule ; whether we shall
have a Federal Republic or a Central
Despotism. People may smile at such a
suggestion, but it ls justified by facts.
In the present state of our government,
what popular verdict can be rendered
that the President cannot set aside with
the aid of the prerogatives which Con
gressional laws have conferred on him ?
He is in possession of all the machinery
of Government. The country, especially
in the South, swarms with his official
creatures ready to support his usurpa
tions. He is the head of the army
and the navy, and the centre of a mon
eyed aristocracy. He commands both
the sword and the purse. He controls
an influential force in every State, of j
Custom-house and internal revenue of
ficers, United States marshals and depu
ty marshals, who can be multiplied at
He has, it is said-and we have no
doubt of it-an organization of armed
men bound by oath, and secret pass
words, and ready to rally to his support.
The interest of every postmaster, asses
sor, collector, with their clerks and mes
senger?, is identified with his perpetua
tion in power. Ho can march United
Statos soldiers and marines to the polls
on pretexts which are never wanting to
justify such an expedient, and by that
means can dictate the result of any elec
The suspension of Habeas Corpus in
our up-country is but such a pretext.
And still the masses of the North seem '
to stand by idly, too blind to perceive or
too indifferent to realize and provide
against the coming evils. When we see
them under the heel of a vulgar, grasp
ing despot, as we are now, we shall shed
not a tear.
six Whiten nod Six .Negroes Charge
Grant with Lying.
The grand jury of Chester County,
I composed of six whites and six negroes,
made a presentment embodying the re
sult of their investigation of the alleged
Ku Klux outrages there, and conclude
"We, tho grand jurors, upon our oaths,
are eomj>elled to say, from the testimony,
which wo have taken, and from our
knowledge of the different parts of the
County, that the allegations contained in
Hie proclamation of the President of thc
U nited States ar<> without foundation, and
must be the result of falsehood, commu
nicated to him by persons equally re
gardless of good order and the peace of
Lu II renn Seemingly Resolved Upon
We highly appreciate and commend
the spirit of Laurens in the Railroad
matter. At her Railroad meeting held
on Sale-day last, she appointed fivo Del
egates to represent her in the Convention
to bc held in Columbia next week : Hon.
W. D. Simpson, Col. R. P. Todd, Capt.
II. L. McGowan, Dr. S. M. Hunter, and
Col. J. W. Watts. And now the Chair
man adds to the list tho following seven
gentlemen, making twelve Delegates in
all:-Joel W. Anderson, S. J. Craig, Col.
A. W. Burnside, Capt. Albert Dial, Capt.
ITugil Fai ley, Dr. J. A. Barksdale, and
Col. B. W. Ban.
In our own District we have but eight
Delegates-quito enough if all attend.
\We urge upon these gentlemen-as well
as upon the alternates-the necessity of
a punctual attendance, that Edgefield
may be fully and strongly represented
in the Convention. All true citizens of
Edgefield-and all having at heart the
material interest of their native District
-should regard this Railroad project with
thc deepest and bravest earnestness.
AnvKnTisixo Aa Ey cv.-A business
acquaintance of the eighth of a century
with the Advertising Agency of Messrs.
Coe, Wetherill it Co., of this city, enables
us to say, from our own knowledge, that
it possesses all tho attributes ot' a first
cia.'? house. It is high-toned, reliable,
and has great facilities for beneiitting its
customers. Advertisers can give their
orders to this firm with an assurance that
justice will be done them in every par
The above flattering compliment to
Messrs. Coe, Wetherill <t Co., of Phila
delphia, wc clip from the U. S. Business
Journal, of that city. We have had con
siderable business transactions through
this Agency, and have ever found the
gentlemen connected therewith "high
toned, reliable, faithful." It is a positive
pleasure to have business intercourse
witli such men, and we are glad to know
that Messrs. Coe, Wetherill ct Co. occupy
the honored position at home, to which
we, who arc far away, think they emi
The Washington Chronicle states that
a clerical error caused Marion to be in
serted in Grant'? proclamation, instead
of Union, which was the County intend
ed. The Marion Crescent explains the
matter as follows :
" Our explanation of the matter is,
that Union County owes its exemption to
its name ; and that the stupid Grant sup
posed the people of Union must, of course,
all be 'loyal;' that is Radical. He had
probably heard somewhere that 'Marion'
was the name of a 'rebel' general ; there
fore, he included Marion County in the
proclamation ; and if he had known that
this County was also named after a ' reb
el ' general, no doubt Sumter County
would also have been included."
Improvement in the Laurensville
Our spirited contemporary, the Lau
rensville Herald, despite the troublous
times up there, comes out lately with
new and improved type in certain of its
columns, and promises to go on improv
ing its appearance until it shall become
the pride of friends and the envy of its
an?mies. Teat's the right way to talk.
The New York xaerald on Martial
Well says the New York Hemld,
which is friendly to Gen. Grant:
M No doubt there have been deplorable
outrages upon individuals bv local bands,
and probably the Civil Rights bill of]
Congress may have been violated in some
cases. No pood citizen would attempt to
justify these. But such crimes are not
S' ecul'iar to South"Carolina. Crime as
ad or more heinous are committed in
all the States, and it would be easy
enough to attribute them to Ku Klux if
It should suit the Federal Government
to do so for political ends Indeed, there i
might be no limit to Federal interference
in the local affairs of the several States,
or even in this city of New York, if the
proclamation of martial law is to follow
the commission of similar crimes as
those perpetrated in JSouth Carolina.
Should the clamor of a few partisan pol
iticians be heeded more than the princi
ples of local self-government, upon which
the fabric of our institutions rests, there
will be an end to civil liberty."
The Herald well asks : " If it be ne
cessary to put a portion of South Carolina
under martial law for crimes against in
dividuals, what should be done in North
Carolina, where a few bandits (the Lowry
gang) have successfully defied all the
Again, how true are the following re
flections, from the same journal :
" And will he not have some regard for
the anomalous and trying situation of j
those poor Southerners, who, though
they erred, are a brave and high spirited
Eeople of our own race and blood ? Can
e not see the humiliating position they
are placed in, particularly in South Caro
lina, in being political slaves to their
former domestic slaves-an intelligent
and cultivated population put under the
rule of ignorant and semi-savage negroes
and corrupt strangers, who have little or
no interest in the State, except to rob lt?
Has he no bowels of compassion for these
unfortunate people of our own blood un
der such trying circumstances? We
think, as we said before, that he means
well ; but he has been led, doubtless, to
extreme measures, which are cruel to
the people of South Carolina and dan
gerous to civil Uberty, by partisan and
narrow-minded politicians, who care on
ly for their own immediate interests.
The President should know that ho con
make more political capital and win the
goo? will of the generous American peo
Ele, both North and South, more by a
Ind and liberal policy to the Souther
ners than by military coercion. "Let us
have peace" seems to be his favorite mot
to, and he can have peace in the South,
as well as goodwill everywhere, by aban
doning his military idea of government
and making the oivii law supreme in eve
ry eec ti on of our common country."
The Charleston Mandamus Case.
[From the Columbia Union.]
"The writ of Mandamus in the Char
leston election case was summarily dis
Eosed of Saturday evening. Judge Gra
am^very properly figured the matter
down to two points, the first of which
was tho singular fact that the contestants
hod failed to produce the protest ; second
K, the Supreme Court, in the caso of
llsbury and others, hod decided that
the City*Council of Charleston had no
right to pass judicially upon the validity
of an election. The matter came to an
end as if the bottom had been knocked
out, and the many prominent men of the
legal fraternity bf Charleston departed
gleefully. We trust that those dissatis
fied Republicans, who were unwilling to
abide by the 'decision of the people at
the ballot box, are now satisfied of one
thing, and that is, that contesting seats,
where there are no legal grounds, is an
up-hill business. All true Republicans
ought to feel gratified with the result of
Mayor Wagner and the Aldermen
elect at the late election, were no doubt
duly, inaugurated on tho 1st. And now
three cheers for glorious old Charleston.
?3r Read the following endorsement
of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary from
the President of Cumberland (Tenn.)
University-a learned and distinguished
gentleman-and send on for a copy of
thc work :
LEBANON, TENN., May 27th, 1871.
Messrs. G. <? C. Merriami In defini
tion, Webster is incomparably superior
to all others. This great volume, (Web
ster's Unabridged) in its present form, is
a library in itself; a work of reference
which no scholar can afford to do with
out. Its extensive circulation is as ne
cessary as the establishment of common
B. W. McD?NNOLD,
President Cumberland University.
Handsome Cotton Premiums.
The following statement, as to the
awards made in St. Louis, Mo., by the
[ judges at the late Fair, held at that placet
is taken from the St. Louis Democrat, of
October 7th, 1871 :
"SOOTH. CAROLINA".-For best bale,
same rais'od in South Carolina, $500-R.
H. Henderson, Society Hill.
For the second best balo, raised fn
South Carolina, $250-E. J. Meaus, Winns-'
For the third best bale, raised in South
Carolina, ?100-Frank E. Taylor, Char
ATLAST.*, October 30.-Governor Bullock
resigned bis office on tb? 23d, to Uko ?fleet to
day, and at 3 p. m., Benj-uuin Conley, Presi
dent bf the Senate, was initialled as Governor.
The resignation was written before bis flight
to New York.
Great excitement prevails. The statement,
a few days buck, that Charles h. Schlatter,
Superintendent of the Brunswick and Albany
Railroad, had left with railroad property, is
incorrect. There is nothing wrong charged
Tho Constitutionalist, of Tuesday, says :
Our people were surprised last evening by the
telegraphic news from Allan tu nf the resigna
tion of Bullock, and the installment of Mr.
Benjamin Conley as Governor. The resigna
tion, though dated the 23d inst, to take effect
on yesterday, the 30th, was kept secret, 'fbi?
resignation of Bullock and abandonment ol
the State, at Ibis time, and the secresy with
which be clonked his designs, are strong pre
sumptive evidence of guilt. Ile dared not face
nu investigation of bis < fficial acts.
SALT LAKE, October 30.-Thc prisoners
nrp quartered comfortably. Eldor Ooo.
Cannon arrived this morning from San
Francisco, and preached this p. m. in
the largo tabernacle to an audience num
bering at least ten thousand. He coun
selled his hearers to abstain from any
act of violence and submit to the lav?,
and God would protect them and deliver
them from their persecutors Tho cru
sade against them, he said, would onlv
strengthen and glorify them In the end.
Their Church could not bo overturned.
Their faith was the inspiration of the
Divine Spirit, and wouldondnro forever.
Elder Pratt was not so conservative.
Ile did not want a;>y whining judge to
say to him as he did to Hawkins, " I am
sorry for you.' ' Ile wanted no sympathy
from any'Federal Official. He was ready
to go the jail for twonty years, but did
not want any pity from such a source.
Ho predicted that God would totally
overthrow and annihilate the present
prosecutors of the Mormon pooplo. Noth
ing further has been heard from Orson
Hyde, tho apostate.
? ? . m?> + m ?
_?a?f- A rancontre took place in Chaileston
on the morning of the 27th, between T.
Mackey and W. J. Whaley, looal editor pf the
Daily Neics, in consequence of an nrticU
that appeared in that paper against Mackey.
Six shots were exchanged, both parties at about
twenty-fivo pnces, when Mackoy drew a fresh
pistol an? advanced, when hy-standers inter
fered an I the belligerents were separated. No
The Columbia Pnonix, of Sunflay,
says : " We learn that three ladies in York
hnve been arrested and pot in prison, on the
charge of aiding and abetting the "Kn Klux."
It seems that tho war on the women has begun.
Shall we hear next of the arrest of children ?"
A Kv KLUX OR JAMES ISLAND.-On Wednes
day morning, a small colored girl fell into
James Islnnd Creek. The water was about
I forty feet deep and the ebb tide ran very strong,
j A crowd of negroes who were on the bank saw
the accident, and ran to and fro sores ming
with terror. They made no attempt to pave
the girl, but a gentleman from Georgia, who
wai several hundred yards off, hastened to the
?pot, undressing as he ran. He sprang-into
the water, and, at the peril of hi? own valua
ble life, saved the drowning girl from death.
" Jem" Island may expect tn be pnt under
martial law, for unless the habeas corpus be
suspended, tome other poor body may oe res
cued from -v watery grave.-Char. Courier.
For the Advertiser.
NEWBERRY C. H., Oct., 1871.
A large number of citizens assembled
his afternoon in the Court House, ot 5
/clock, the object of which will be seen
Dy reading the Resolutions below ap
On motion Judge JohnT. Paterson was
ailed Jo the Chair, and O. L. Schumpert
0 act as Secretary.
After the object of the meeting was ex
plained, the following Resolutions were
presented, and after some discussion,
wanimously adopted :
Resolved, That a Railroad connecting
Newberry with the great Railroad thor
oughfares of the South-West at Augusta,
3a., and with the Eatft and North at
Chester. So. Ca., is indispensable to the
prosperitv and full development of our
Town and County.
Resolved, That it is the paramount
3uty of our people to avail themselves
jf the present condition of things to so
sure the co-operation of the people of the
jeveral towns and Counties interested in
the construction of such a Road.
1 Resolved, That the people of Newberry
rill co-operate with the people of Lau
rens, Spartanburg, Edge?eld p d Au
rista in the construction of a - ^d to Au
arusta, provided ? " _,<J located by
Qie town of Newberry.
Resolved, That a Committee of three
be raised to commuicate with the towns
And Counties along the said contemplated
line*; with the view of securing their co
operation in carrying through said enter
The following gentlemen were appoint
ed by the Chair on this Committee: Messrs
R Moorman, E. S. Coppock and W. G.
Oii motion, ten Delegates were then ap
pointed by the Chair to attend the Colum
bia Convention, on the 10th day of No
vember next, to wit: Messrs. S. Fair,
T. F. Greneker, E. S. Coppock, L. J.
Jones, Y. J. Pope, W. G. Mayes, T. S.
Moorman, B. 8. Chick, J. F. J. Coldwell,
and J. M. Baxter.
A motion was then passed that these
proceedings be handed to tho Columbia
Phoenix, Newberry Herald, Edgefield
Advertiser and Chester Reporter, for
There being no further business before
the meeting, it then adjourned.
JOHN T. PETERSON, Chair.
O. L. SCH?MPERT, Sec'ry.
For the Advertiier.
There is a line, the bearing of which il N,
38? E., and the length 75.42 oh. What ie the
latitude and what the departure of said line?
The answer must not be taken from the
Traverse Table, but must be accompanied with
the process of obtaining it. QUI.
GREENVILLE, S. C., Oct. ,27th, 1871.
MR. EDITOR:-As your recent visit to
this place was one fraught with so much
pleasure, judging from your letters, I
presume you still have pleasant remin
iscences of thc place and people, and
would not'object to a few items concern
Greenville's gay season is about at an
end ; and the crowded hotels and board
ing houses are beging to look rather
lonely, though there are still quite a
number of Charleston people here, wait
ing, as they say, for a " black frost," be
fore venturing to tho city again. Sum
mer residents of Flat Rock and Crcsar's
Head are slowly returning, seeking gent"
1er breezes than the piercing blasts of
those mountain regions ; but even here,
it is now becoming quite cold, and I
think the low country people will soon
have the desired "black frost," and go
home sated with tho pleasures and enjoy
ments of mountain life.
The gay season has passed, but Green
ville is by no means dull ; quito the con
trary. It is full of life, but of business
life. All thc merchants have purchased
larger stocks of goods than they have
ever done before, and all day long they
are hammering away, opening them.
However, that part of the work is almost
done now; but they aro kept busj'.dis
playing them to the ladies. Yon
know ladies aro not like men, easily
pleased, and quick to make up their mind
as to what they prefer _ Tho ladies must
have every thing on the counter before
they think of choosing anything; and
then examine, and deliberate, and think
whether to get this or that, and wonder
if Miss Somebody elso wont get such and
Vu ch a thing if they leave it, and make a
finer show at Church Sunday, and fre
quently depart having bought nothing,
leaving the weary clerk "cursing and
ripping" because he pulled down all his
g?ods just to bo looked at, not bought.
And so it goes ! The 1 ail i cs are shopping
all day, and tho men-well they have
quite a variety of employments.
There are still to be seen a few gentle
men of leisure lounging around the Man.
sion House, but by far ?he majority have
something to engage their attention.
Some are merchandising, others are en
gaged in agriculture around the outskirts
of the city, while others still, are in their
rooms poring over Latin or Greek, or
sweating over some mathematical prob
lem which they cannot solve. And 0,
what a heavy time this class does have !
I often wonder if our old friends, Thucyd
ides and Herodotus, Cicero and Horace,
ever imagined, that so many a poor fol
low would grow pale over the midnight
lamp looking out words, and thinking
out constructions for some perplexing
sentence of thei r's, knowing that "a Zero"'
will be the result ot an unprepared les
son. But all this is not Greenville nows.
I expect yon would like to hear some
thing from the popular City Club. Well,
it is still flourishing, though its balls arc
not so frequent as they were during thc
summer months. There was ono a few
weeks since, to which I was iipnored
with an invitation and of course attended.
Who could keep away ? There was quite
a display of beauty from all parts ol' the
State, and, as is always the cave at the G.
C. C. balls, every body had a most do
Thc schools here are progressing very
well, but have small numbers of stu
dents ; irluoh too small for tho people of
tho State to allow. The University has a
most competent corps of Professors, and
lacks only patronage to make it ono of
the first institutions of tho South.
The Baptist Theological Seminary, the
moving of which has been so much dis
cussed recently, will certainly be con
tinucd hero during tho balance of this
session. It has recently lost one of its
most esteemed professors, Dr. Manly,
who has accepted the presidency of some
college in Ky. It still has however four
very ablo divines as Professors, with
about forty students.
The Female College is in operation,
with Prof. Judson at its head, and is bet
ter patronized than either of the others.
I sincerely hope they will all soon rank
among the first schools of tho country.
HEAVT ROBBERT OF SILVER.- On lost
Wednesday morning or Tuesday night a party
-whose name, for good reason, we do not give
-living at Burton's Forry, in Barnwell coun
ty, South Carolina, was robbed of twelve hun
dred dollars in silver coin bj a negro who wus
well acquainted with the premires. The ne
gro made his escape and came by steamboat
with his spoil to this city. The victim follow
ed after him, but the thief succeeded in mak
ing good bi? escape.-Chronicle ? Sentinel, j
HOMICIDE.-The police yesterday received
Information that a negro named Issaac Brad
ley had killed Lewis Heath, a man of his own
color, at Upper Three Runs, South Carolina,
and that he was probably lurking somewhere
about Augusta. The men, it seems, had plant- '
ed together, and had a quarrel about the di vi- 1
sioa of the crop. After a dispute of some
time in length, Bradley lowered a shot gun
which he had with him, and shot Heath, kill- ?
iog him instantly. Bradley is described as a I j
mulatto, wl'h landy bair, and about six foot ]
in heigh t.-ConetitutioLalief, 30th. I
JtSr- The Rev. E. A. BOLLES, Agent A
t. S. S. C., will preach In the Baptis
Church, in this place, on Sunday morn
A Goon MOVE.-Wo learn ihore ?a amove
Html nu funt in Ciili.'jibiu tr? rnine a fand fo
ho purp iso of employing the most eminen
egal uutubp] in the couniry lo defend thon
ler.-ons arrrsted in this Stute under the Ki
Clux la?. We mnst henrtlly endorse the move
aent. Nearly every one of our host Suutheri
awyers aro ruspected by the Federal and Stat
juvernment? ol' either belonging to the mys
ic band or sn strongly sympathizing with i
hat their efforts before the court ure almos
>owerle?a. We rue confident that every gooi
titizon in every .County in the Stato will en
lorse tho move . and contribute to the fund
Keep ihn ball moving. All we ask is a fai
rial, and, as American citizens, we deman
hat, and nothing more.-Union Times.
1^ Gov. Scott recently lpst his boot
?ather mysteriously, and the question ii
Columbia nowis, "yrbo stole the Gover
?or's boots?" Another question mi.tr h
?veil be asked^n this connection, " Whos
noney bought the Governor's boots?'
The last question however is not a har*
>ne to answer^
??Gr- Tho locomotives of this eountr
?ave consumed, it is said, during th
past twelve months, $56,000,000 worth c
wood; and it is estimated that 150,00
teres of the best timber land in the Rc
public are cutdown every year to suppl;
the demand for railway ties alone.
ggr GUESS WHO IS THE NEATES
HOUSEKEEPER in oui town" vVe knot
tier. She cleans her '/.nives, china, wir
dows, paint, di cloths, tables and floor
md brightens her tin, brass and coppe
wares with Enoch Morgan's'Sons' Sapc
lio. Ask for ty. It is a good thing. Fe
sale by MABKEBT & CLISBV. - 4t 45
From the Chicago Tribune, June 30,187!
The alarm from'Box 125. at 6:45 yestei
day evening, was caused by a defectiv
brass moulding-furnace, tear room, se<
ond floor of PlatieA Co's, two story fram
Bteam engineworks, Nos. 60 and 62 Mic!
?gan, and alsofrontingon Franklin stree
Loss, $1.000; insured in tho JEtna, Han
ford. The Babcock obviated the neces
sity of flooding the floors and damagin
thousands' worth of patterns kept in th
room below. A fire here, resulting froi
the same cause, was put out with a Bat
cock machine May 14. 45
tSkT MANUrACTUBINO ENTEBPBISE I
CHARLESTON.-Charleston is fast becorr
lng a manufacturing as well as .a con
merdai city. The largest manufector
of doors, sashes, blinds, dec., in the Souti
ern States is that of Mr. P. P. T?ALE, O
Horlbeck's Wbarf in that city, sale
rooms at No. 20 Hayne street. Mi
TOALE'S advertisement appears in ar
MABRIEO, on tho 8th Oct. last, at til
residence of the brides' uncle, Mr. J. I
Eidson, by Eev. I. N. Bouchelle, Mr. 1
L. EIDSON and Miss LAURA BOU*
NIGHT, all of this County.
AUGUSTA, October 31.
GOLD-Buving atlll and selling at ll
COTTON.-Duriug the morning ou
market was quiet at 17c for Middlinj
but in the afternoon it became moi
stead}*, and dosed firm at 17@17ic, hoi?
ers having advanced to these figures ui
der lavorable advices; Sales, 883. Ri
cepts, 911 baleSf
BACON-Stock large and market ni
changed ; C. Sides, 9A ; C. R. Sides, !
Shoulders, SJ ; Hams, 16? 18; Di
Salt Shoulders, 7 ; Drv Salt C. R. Side
8j ; D. S. Clear Sides, 9.
CORN-Prime white is selling at 98 ct
by thc car IoacLfrom depot ; retail, $10
WHEAT-Vf quote choice white, $18
amber, $1 75. *
FLOUR-Cito* Mills, $7 50@1050 ; at r
toil, $1 barpl higher. Country, $7 i
@9, according'to qualilv.
CORN MEAL-$95 at wholesale; $1
OATS-55 @ 65.
Be Guide Vb y what you Know.
There is an oRP^wtVb which says, " Experten
1* the s?test guide." To this guide thu sick tu
when casting about f.* the mean? of relief. Th
lnqulru whut a medicine lins dune for othcil, befr
they adopt it themselves. Of nil the remedies a
preventives in use, Hosteller'* Stomuch mtiers me
the test mott triumphantly, and In-nee Us iininei:
popularity and vost sales. Tin- sufferer from in'
gestion is sure to And some < III: among his frien
who hus been cured of that ailment by the fume
vegetable stomachic. The victim of fever r.inl agi
liver complaint constipation, ucl vow prostration,
general debility, lins only to make Inquiry In t
neighborhood where he r. sides in ( riler to discos
what this standard restorative has rinded inca:
similar to his own. In thu published testimony
Its merits he will find a ViJumn of prn-f* of its sai
lury properties, which it is impartible for Iiis c>
moil sense to resist. Hu irles it ut d Ibo effect it pi
duces on his syMein mids another lo the h< st of w
n esses In its favor. Thus, its reputation, founded
facts, not assertions, continually gr?w? undspri ai
Charlatans anil Impostors, rome of lin m mere loi
tricksters, and others who take n somewhat will
range, attempt to tlirui-t Into the hands mid do
llie Ihromts nf invalid?, their haphazard cnncoctioi
as substitutes f?r the tonic Which for so ninny yet
has been a medicinal staple throughout Hie Unit
St iles, Spanish America, Canada, and thu West I
die, but only succeed lo a very limited extent,
this reasoning age. thc people, hating ascertain
what is really deserving nf their confidence, decli
" running after rtrangc gode."
THE undersigned will pay the big]
est Market price for COTTON deliver'
at their Store.
MARKERT & CLISBY.
Nov. 1 lin 45
Fancy Articles for thc tad ii
-ARKEllT A CLISBY are daily r
ceiving New Goods in the way of Han?
some TOILET SETS, Photograph Al
BUMS, PERFUMERY, Fancy Toil
Nov. 1 tf 45
Cotton & (iraiii Lands for Ren
Offer to rent privately, for tho yen
_ 1871, my PLANTATION, contain ir
about Twelve Hundred Acres--Fi"
Hundred of which is in a condition i
yield remunerative ('tops. I will roi
lt in a body to one party, or in Huudre
Acre parcels, or less, to suit tenants.
R. G. M. ?UNOVANT.
Nov. 1 tf 45
IN pursuance of an Order from til
Judge of Probate, I will sell atti:
late rcsidenco of Mrs. ELIZABET]
S WE A B ENG IN, dee'd., on Friday, tl
17th Nov., all the PERSONAL ESTAT
of said deceased, consisting of
One Horse and ono Mule,
Cattle and Hogs,
Corn, Fodder, Peas, Potatoos,
Wagons, Plantation Tools,
Household and Kitchen Furniture. &
a?r Terms Cash.
L. G. SWEARENGIN, Ad'or.
Nov. 1 3t 45
F ? B N ? T y R ?
(Formerly C. A. Platt & Co.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Maple and Walnut Bedsteads
85 to 910 !
WE particularly CA\1 the attention c
pnrchusers te our SOLID WAI
NUT CHAMBER SUITS for Beauty
Durability ond Cheapness.
Our MANUFACTURING DEPART
MENT is still in operation. Special ot
ders will bo promptly attended to. Rc
pairs done if ?U its branches.
Hair Cloth, Enamoled 'Cloth, Reps
rerry and Springt-, and nil articles suita
Pie for Manufacturers, wo offer at LOY
Augusta, May 3 jylfj
WILLIAM H, BOULWARE
Come and Get Your Share in
X respectfully invite the attention of my
customers and the public genorallv to
the complete and well-assorted stock of
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, HATS. TRUNKS, and the "cel
ebrated" UMBRELLA, now ready for
inspection at my old and well known
Two Hundred and
Broad street. In my stock of Clothing
you will find a novelty of choice Goods
never exhibited and never excelled in
this market, and especially the new styles
Suits of Clothing
will give satisfaction even to those that
wish to,avail themselves of a mero ex
amination. My salesmen are ever ready
to show tho large stock of Goods, and
their attention and time
Are Given Away
To the benefit of those that visit my
Clothing Hall, and make them acquainted
with the low prices at which my Goods
are sold, and the convenience offered ir
* Free of Charge
to any part of the city. To specify tht
different styles and qualities of Goods
and the well known manufacturers of th(
celebrated "makes" of fine Goods, woult"
outreach an advertising medium, anc
may it be sufficient to say that all lover?
of fine and neat-fitting Garments will fine
At Simon's Clothing
In the GENTS'FURNISHING GOODS
DEPARTMENT I can offer you Gooch
imported from the best European manu
facturers, and in fact, never before seer
in this market, among which I mentior
tho "real" crimson and "scarlet" UN
DERVEST and PANTS and the fines
Lama Wool UNDERVEST, called tin
" Chest Protector,"
"I And Large Quan
of other useful articles in daily use leno WT
in the linc
Of Gent's Furnish
I have a full line of MEN'S and BOYS
HOSE, CRAVATS, GLOVES, SCARFS
KID GLOVES, the " LINDEN " CRA
VAT, SUSPENDERS, Fine POCKE'.
KNIVES, BRACES and the latest lash
Hats and Umbrellas
To the working class I will say that
have on - hand a good assortment of nie
dium Goods, which I sellso low that it i
witliiu the reach of "small earnings " t
be supplied with sufficient clothing t
shielcl you from the coming cool weathei
Therefore, wait not ; come one and all
Get your supplies while it is wann, thu
you may be provided
With it on Rainj
Remember, 224 BROAD STREET i
nd I thc place .where Goods are sohl witl
eu I " One Price " marked in plain (teures
and the inexperienced boy buya ofiuca
. i cheap as the best expert of Goods.
224 Broad Sired,
Nov i tr
PIANO FOR SALE.
AGOOD Second Hand Chicker
PIANO can be bought cheap, b
? j application at this Ollice.
du I Nov 1 tl" 45
' A SPLENDID INVESTMENT
FOR SALE a very choice Stock, Grail
and C otton farm, where (nour i
easily procured, and in a healthy am
i/itiet neighborhood, situated six mile
North-West ol' Blackville Depot, S. (
The said Farm contains Six or Sevc:
Hundred Acres,-about One Ulindra
and Fifty Acres cleared. It is bound?
on the North by Edisto River, East aw
West by two Creeks ; one linc ol' leno
is only required to keep tho stock in th
hammock, which is capable ol' support
ing several hundred head ten months i:
twelve without any extra feed. Whit
Oak, Hickory, Pine, and other timb?
are or immense growth. The upland i
The natural advantages of the plac
are great, in many respects. The nativ
grass grows from four to six feet high
md if properly cured and baled wodli
yield a large revenue if sold in Charlen
ton or Augusta. The beef Cattle wouli
also pay largely. The swamp afford
any Quantity of Muck for fertilizing th
On tho place is a fine young Orchnn
of the choicest Fruit Trees; a quarter o
an acre of Wilson's AW?any Strawberries
with a large collection of tho best Grnpi
Vines-all of which aro now bcariuj
There is also on this place a Cottogi
House, with numerous buildings for ?
Iar^e loree, a new Gin House and Shed
new (?in, and a Screw of great power.
Tho health of tho place is exeellent
not a death for over ten years Gaine o
all kinds are abundant, particularly Dee
and wild TnrkicH. The Crocks ant
River afford the finest fish in greates
Physical disability renders it imposai
ble for thc present owner to attend to tin
This very valuable and desirable Farn
can bc had for Six Thousand Dollars, (ni
less,) if applied for soon.
Apply to R. S. Miller, Blackville P. O.
S. C., or to Mr. M. on tho premises, (wi?
will take pleasure in showing tho place,
or to C. Pemble, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Oct. 2S, 3t 45
NOTICE THIS !
WILL bc sold at Public Sale at Edge
field C. H., on the First Monday ii
November next, bv consent of Legatees
tho VALUABLE PLANTATION o
IRENA A. PITTS, deceased, being ii
one milo of Ridge Depot, C. C. & A. R
Five Hundred und Fifty Acres,
Adjoining lands or R. B. Watson, B. T
Boatwright, Thos. Smith, Dr. Lewis As
bill and others.
On this place is acommodious and wei
finished Dwelling House, nearly new,
Gin Houso, Screw and necessary oui
This is one or thc most valuable place.?
in tho County, nearly all the land being
lovel, and or the best quality, and suffi
cient Land to employ thirty hands is ir
Terms ol' Sale-One hair Cash, to bi
paid in thirty days l'romsale; rcmaininc
half twelve months from payment of first
half, to bo secured by Note anil Mort
gage of premises, or othor satisfactory
<asr- Can bc treated for privatelv until
day of sale.
M. M. PITTS,
Oct. ll 4t 42
IWILL deliver good Hickorv and Oak
FIRE WOOD at reasonable rates.
Orders left with Mr. R. O. Sams will re
?oive prompt attention.
? J. D. ROPER.
Oct 18 tf 43
More New Groods
Full lines White and Colored AIT Wool FRENCH MER]
NOS, just received at ? BRUNSON'S.
Double-fold SCOTCH PLAIDS now opening at
Two Bales San Domingo and Pekin JEANS, extra heavy,
just arrived at BRUNSON'S.
Two Cases Brown aud Bleached 44 SHEETINGS, bes*
brands, just opened at BRUNSON'S.
Two Cases Bleached and Brown DRILLING, just-received
Two Cases Bleached and Brown Canton FLANNELS, just
received at BRUNSON'S.
All Numbers Coats' Spool COTTON, Colored Spool SILK,
Colored and Plain Alpacca BRAIDS, Lily FRILLINGS, Im
perial FRILLINGS, Coventry RUFFLINGS, &c, just received
and for sale at low figures by
W. H. BRUNSON.
No. 3, Park Row,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
PUBE DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, PUTTY, GLASS, DYE STUFFS,
BITTERS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FAN
CY ARTICLES, TOILET AND FANCY SOAPS,
CONGRESS AND VERMONT WATER,
ALL OF THE LATE AND POPULAR REMEDIES 'OF THE DAY,
SEGARS AND TOBACCO, *
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, &c,
Begs to announce to the public that his Stock is Full, Complete,
Fresh and Genuine, and all articles sold as low as the same can be
bought in any market in the State.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared, day and night, and warranted
from tested Medicines.
NOW IN STORE,
A CHOICE SUPPLY of FAMILY GROCERIES, embracing all arti
cles for family purposes. My Groceries are choice, and special attentionis
called to them. I have also received #
10 Barrels Pure RYE WHISKEY, from 6 to 10 years old,
10 " " " ;| . from 4 to 6 years old,
5 " " Old RYE " 2 years old,
4 " " Copper Distilled CORN WHISKEY,
2 ?' " Mountain WHISKEY.
Also, Pure FRENCH BRANDY, Holland GIN,
Imported Jamaica RUM, WINES of all kinds, &c.
My Liquors are nure and unrectified. Persons wishing to purchase will
please call, and I know satisfaction will be given.
Nov 1 tf 45
W. H. GOODRICH & SON,
265 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, GRATES,
Mantles, Tin Ware, Wood Ware, &c, &c.
^^Manufacturers of all Kinds of TIN WARE,
^rSpecial attention given to ROOFING and JOB WORK.
They keep constantly in Store a full supply of the "HENRY CLAY"
Cooking Stove. This Stove has no superior in this or any other market, as
hundreds who have used it in Edgefield, Abbeville, and Barnwell Counties
can testify. Ask for the "Henry Clay" wheuwanling ?1 first class Cook
ing Stove. Each Stove warranted to give satisfaction in every respect.
W. if. GOODRICH ?c SO*,
265 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 1 3m 45
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION,
TO BE GIVEN AWAY!
Secure Yowr Tickets ai Once in the Braning on the
J)th, JANUARY 1872.
A SERIES OF CONCERTS WILL BE GIVEN?
?NDER THE AUSPfC KS OF THE "SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICUL
TURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY," will give a SERIES OF CON
CERTS, at th?- Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing January S th, 1S72.
fiUTLEK, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Ag<nls,
Refers to all thc Bankers, Brokers, and prominent gentlemen of the Country, both
North and South.
151).OOO Season Tickets of Admission, At $5 Each.
If you have not received a Circular, send for one, giving full particulars. All or
ders Strictly Confidential.
2,405 Gifts, Amounting in all to &500,000..
The Drawing of this Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted under the super
vision of thc following well known gentlemen:
Gen. Ai R. WRIGHT, of Ga. ? I Col. B. II. RUTLEDGE, of S. C.
Gpn. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Va. | Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, of N. Y.
Money for Tickets can bc sent cither by Express or Postofiice Order, and the Tick
ets will be promptly forwarded.
Direct all Let.ers to
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
Principal Office, Charleston, 8. Ci
Gen. M. C. BUTLER.JOHN CHADWICK.Gen. M. W. GARY.
?STTickets can be procured of Mr. M. Lebeschultz, General Agent for
Edgefield County, anti Messrs. Markeri &Clisby :.nd Maj. S. S. Tompkins,
Edgefield, S, C.
Oct 25 Ht 44
E. S. HMS
ONTINUE business as usual at their
Stand, Corner Jackson and Reynolds
Best BAGGING and TIES for sale.
Agenta tor WANDO and ETIWAN
Augusta, Sept 20 tf 30
BY order of the Court, I will sell on
Sales-day in Nov. noxt, the uncol
lected Choses In Action belonging to the
assigned Estate of S. P.'Goodo.
W. J. READY, Assignee,
of S. F, Goode.
Oct? ll . 4t 43
1 State of South Carolina,
IN THE CO JJ RT OF PROD A TE.
BY D. L. TURNER. Esq., Judge Pro
bate Court, of Edgefield County.
Whereas, M. P. Walton hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration on the
Estato of Payton Herrin, late of said
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to be and
appear before mo, at a Cotirt of Probate
for tho said County, to be .holden at Edge
Held C. H., on Hie ?th day of Nov., next, j
1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. to show cause if
any, why the said Administration should
not be granted. *
Given under my hand and thc Seal of ]
thc Court, thia 25th day of Oct. A. D.
1871; and in tho 90th year of American
D. L. TURNER, J. P. C.
Oct. 27_. 2tc_44
THE Estate of R. W. ADAMS, doe'd.
must be settled. Longer indulgence
will not bo gi von. Therefore, all persons
concerned, will please settle up forthwith
T. D. PADGETT, Ad'Or.
? Oct 25 3t U
?AIM LARD, FLOU, -
5 Hogsheads Bacon SIDES,
25 Illida. Bacon SHOULDERS,
25 Hhds. D. S. SIDES,
20 IIluls. D. S. SHOULDERS,
IO Tierces HAMS,
25 Tierces LARD,
?00?Bbls. FLOUR-various grades,
10 Car Loads CORN, ?
20 Hhds. Demerara SUGAR,
25 Hhds. Light Brown SUGAR,
100 Barrels Crushed, Powdered and
Granulated SUGAR, v
100 Bbls. A and Extra C,
400 Bags Rio COFFEE,
50 Bags Laguayra COFFEE,
50 Pockets old Government JAVA
300 Boxes SOAP,
200 Boxes STARCH,
75 Boxes SODA.
Also, a full assortment of BUCKETS,
BROOMS, SHIRTING, SHEETING,
STRIPES, YARNS, PEPPER, SPICE,
fee. In store and for sale by
Sept 13 tf 38
WILEY A. SMITH
Cotton Food Guano,
3 Warren Block, opposite Globe Hotel,
All Business entrusted to him will,
have strict personal attention. I
Orders for Bagging, Ties or Rope and^v
Family Supplies promptly iUled. .
Commissions, 11-4 per Cent,
Judge JOHN P. KING, Pres't Georgia
Rail Road. ' . ."
WM. E. JACKSON, Pres't Nat'al B'k
of Augusta and Augusta Factory.
J. T. GARDNER, Esq., Pres't Dick
son Fertilizer Comp'y.
H. F. RUSSELL, Esq., ex-Mayor City
ANTONIE POULLAIN, Esq., Direc
tor Georgia Rail Road, Augusta,
Col L. M. HILL, Director Ga, R. R. .
Aug 16 3m 34
1000 Rolls Domestic Jute BAG
100 Bales Best Gunny BAGGING, .
50 Bales Borneo BAGGING,
4000 Bundles Arrow TIBS, %
500 Bags Rio, Java and Laguayra COF
200 Barr?is Refined SUGARS,
50 Hhds. Porto Rico and De marara SU
200 Bbls. Reboiled MOLASSES,
100 Hhds. Reboiled MOLASSES, *
200 Boxes Bar SOAP,
200 Boxes and Half Boxes Adamantine
50 Casks C. R. Bacon SIDES,
20 " Bacon SHOULDERS,
PEPPER, GINGER, STARCH, SODA
WOOD WARE, and other Goods usu
ally kept in our line, at Lowest Priceu to
HORTON & WALTON.
302 Broad St.', AUGUSTA, GA.
.Sept 6 3m 37
BEST BAGGING AND TIES
Notice to Planters !
WE are now receiving, and are pre
pared to furnish our customers,
Ho. 1 Bengal Bagging
Tn quantities to suit their requirements,
and would bo gftd to have your orders.
AU who have no Brand to mark their
Cotton, if they will so state when they
order Bagging and Ties, wo will send
thom free of charge,
?SJ-Orders left with Maj. Z. W. CAR
WILE or Capt. T. W. CARWILE, at Edge
field, S. C , or sent direct to the House,
will receiveearlv attention.
WARREN, Vi ALLA GK & CO.
Augusta, Aug 2 tf 32
CHAS. BAKER. JOHN U. ANSLEY.
BAKER ? ANSLEY..
(Successor^ to Baker, Miller ?fe Co.,)
. GROCERS * -
Dealers in Produce,
NO. 267 Broad Street,
THE Undersigned have associated
themselves together, under the name
and style of BAKER ?fe ANSLEY, for
the continuation of a
General Grocery and Com
At the old Stand of our Senior member.
No. 267 Broad Street, where we will
take great pleasure in again, seeing our
many patrons and friends, and offering
them a selection from our large stocks of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE,
TIES, SALT, BACON, PROVISIONS,
LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, FLOUR, Ac.
We have also tlie Agency for the sale
of thc well known FERTILIZERS, im
ported and prepared by Wilcox, Gibbs
<fc Co., viz :
Wilcox, Gibb:* <fe Co's Manipulated
Guano, Salt and Phisicr Compound,
Peruvian Guan ), Dissolved Bone, Pilas
The qualities are guaranteed, and or
ders will command our immediate atten
. CHARLES BAKER,
JOHN U. ANSLEY.
Augusta; Sept 13 * 2m 38
We are Agents for thc Manufacturers of
Swelt, Arrow, Anchor, and Butter
-Also of thc
Patent Lock Tie.
Just landing 4000 Bundles of the EU
REKA and LOCK TIES.
No Tie car*surpass the .'.Eureka" for
simplicitly and durability, ahd.we offer
it as a Tie that is unexcelled.
The Arrow is also weil known.
We ask your orders, guaranteeing as
low prices as they can be purchased at in
any Southern port.
Wo shall be pleased to handle consign
ments of your Cotton, and will giye all
shipment4- our closest attention.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO,,
COTTON FACTORS. ;
Charleston, s. C.
Sept .27 2m 40
Kinsman f?f Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
?Charlestoh) S. C*
Sept 5 im 37