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Monev borrowfc?^ s t??
Veiled lnikin^ly;??epiing ;
Money wasted'ls ? friend
Lost beyond redeeming ;
Hoarded, it is like a guest
Won with anxious seeking,
Giving nothing for his board
Savo the care of keeping ;
- rr t\ T
Spent in gold, it leaves a joy
And who thus hatlrlowtit here,
Shal I l!ier?ailef-find-it.'
An Enterprising Agent.
An enterprising travelling agent
for a well-known' Cleveland tomb
stone manufactory, recently made a
visit to aema.t^?w? iii 7 a neighbor
i ng countyy?( 5Barihgan>?the ; village
that a man in a remote part of the
township had lost his wife, he
thought he would go and see him,
and offer him consolation and a grave
stone, on his usual reasonable terms.
He started ; the road was a horribly
frightful one, but the agent persever
ed, and arrived at the bereaved manV
house. The bereaved man's hired
girl told the agent that the bereaved
man was sj)K^ii)g^nc^"rails over in
the pasture, about two miles. The
indefatigable agent mOu rited his horse
and started for the pasture." After
falling into all manner of mud hole?,
scratching himself with briars, and
tumbling over .decayed : logs, the
agent found the bereaved man. In
a subdued voice he asked the man ii
he had lost his wife. The man said
he had. The agent waa, very sorry
to he.?r it, and sympathized very
deeply with the man in his great
sorrow ; but death, he said, was an
insatiate archer, and shot down ail,
of both h. Ji and low degree. Hr
informed the man that " what was
his loss was her gain," and would be
glad to sell him a gravestone to marl;
tue spot where the loved one slept
marble or common sto-?, as he chose,
at prices defying competition. The
bereaved man said there was a slight
difficulty in the way. "
" Haven't you lost your wife ?" in
quired the agent.
" Why, yes, I have," said the man.
" but no gravestone ain't necessary .
for you see the cussed critter ain"i
dead ; she scooted with another mun !"
A correspondent of the Herald
?nd Presbyter, writing from Minne
nota, tells the following, " I havi
picked up'a little fdoiy' which 1
think *oo good a reproof for distur
bers of the peace in churches to be
jost. A presiding elder of the Uni
ted Brethren Church was preaching
in thi3 same neighborhood, and was
much annoyed by persons talking
and laughing. He paused, looked ar
the disturbers, and said, I am alway.
afraid to reprove those who misbe
have in church. In the early part
of my ministry I made a great mis
take. As I was preaching, a young j
man who sat just before me was con
stantly laughing and making uncouth
grimaces. I paused and administer
ed a severe rebuke. After the close
of the service, one of the official
members came and said to me, ' Broth
er-, you made a great mistake.
That young man whom you reproved
is an idiot.' Since then I have al
ways been afraid to reprove those who
misbehave in church, lest I should j
repeat that mistake, and reprove
another idiot. During the rest oi
that service, at least, there was good
0. I), GOODMAN,.
(Formerly of Ninety-3ix and Cross Hill,}
BJ .".GS leave to announce to his friends
throughout Edgefield and Laurens, that
he ls now with
McCabe, Costello & Daly,
Thc prominent Dry Goods Merchants of |
Augusta, where he will be glad at all
times to see and servo them-promising j
them advantages, not to be surpassed by
any other Dry Goods Establishment in
Augusta, Oct 25 tf 44
I AM now receiving one of the largest
FALL .4X8 Vn\TFK GOODS
that I have ever had the pleasure of show
ing since the war, among which will be
fmnd nil tho newest styles of DRESS
GOODS in great variety, such as
Silks, Satin de Chines, Poplins, Empress
Velveteens aud Bezequc CSoakings in all
A larg;) variety of Shawls of all colors
Pantaloon Goods of every description.
Cloth? and C.nsiineres-a large lot for
Men's and Boys' wear.
Kentacky Casslracre -a ne w article.
?.>.;. jr.-. Flinn?;!* of every color, Plai
Ula-k Aljwccas of t!i" Hairdo brand, f.
Mourning purposes. These u-r.,-.'
aro warranted not t-? change in color
Ki^h Riblmnsof every color-plain, plaid
10-4. 11-4 and 12-4 Bed Blanket*.
Crib and Cradle Blankets.
Boitins Clothv.all numbers, of the Heft j
Anchor brand, j
In ?i-t, everything to bc fourni in ?
bret <'1IMS Dry Goods House. I feel aat
H.'lrvl t?i it everyone who will examin?
my stock cannot fail to be pleased, botl.
In Htyle, qualityiand price.
These goods wore bought with grea
care, for cash, and I ara determined t<
sell tn I nv n* the lowest. Will be picaren' I
to see nil my om friends and customer
and thp public generally.
MMES MILLER. I
Augusta, Oa.."-Oct. 18 2m 43 j
Kinsman Howell^ \
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston^ S. C.
Sept 5 . K _ 4m 37
COTTON mun nmm
THE GREATEST LABOR-SAVIHC
MACHINE YET INVENTED.
I HAVE invented, and obtained Let
ters Patent, for a Machine under th?
above name, which will be of great ser
vice in laborsaving, to those who have
Cotton or Peas to pick, without regard r>
age or sex, and must therefore-present
great inducements to any who m av do
sire to make and sell, or to become Agents
for its sale.
gar County and State right? for sale. .
Address me at Ridge Post Office, C. C.
<fc A. R. R., So. Ca. * ...
L, M. ASBILL.
Oct 18_tf_ 43
Kerosene 01!. Kerosene Oil.
JUST Received FOUR BARBEL" j
No. 1 KEROSENE OIL. J
G. I* PENN. J
Janett * Sf
Look tb Your Interest !
ATKINSON & GUY'S,
(Formerly J?hn? L. Atkinson)
GRANITEVILL?, S. C.
WE beg to inform -our friends^?nd
customers of Edgefleld 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, Crockery,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR? MEALr
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUP, RICE, MACKEREL,
Spices, Soda, Soaps, dbe.
Also, a full line of DRUGS and MED
VST Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
prepared day or night.
Weare next door to the 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.
Grantville, Oct 4 3m41
Rapidly Increasing Trade!
l&nej Soo?s Store,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
MRS, N. BRUM CLARK
HAS returned from New York and
offers the Largest, Best and Cheapest
Stock of MILLINERY and FANCY
GOODS to be found.
RIBBONS, LACES, COLLARS,
CHIGNONS, CURLS, Ac., Ac,
GIMPS, BUTTONS, Ac, Ac.,
HOODS. CAPS, SACQUES, SCARFS,
Velvet RIBBONS, Ac, Ac, in variety.
[t?r> Now Goods received semi-weekly.
i he pest Muts and Bouoeti iii
Small Profits and Quick Sales !
ITIrn. S. BRUM CLARK,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 . 3m 43
BACON, LARD, FLOUR
5 Hogsheads Bacon SIDES,
25 Hhds. Bacon SHOULDERS,
25 Hhds. D. S. SIDES,
20 Hhds. D. S. SHOULDERS,
10 Tierces HAMS,
25 Tiercos LARD,
200 Bbls. FLOUR-various grades,
10 Car Loads CORN,
20 Hhds. Demerara SUGAR,
25 Hhde. Light Brown SUGAR,
100 Barrels Crushed, Powdered and
! 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,
Ac. In store and for sale by
Sept 13 tf 8t
CHAS. BAKER. JOHN U. ANSLEY.
KR I ANSLEY.
(Successors to Baker, Miller A Co.,)
Dealers in, Produce,
NO. 267 Broad Street,
THE Undersigned hav? associated
themselves together, under the name
and style of BAKER A ANSLEY, for
the continuation of a
General Grocery and Com
At the old Stand of our Senior member,
No. 267 Broad Street, whore we will
take great pleasure in again seeing our
mau y patrons and friends, and ottering
them a selection from our large stocks ol
G R'O C E R I E S, BAGGING, ROPE,
TIES, SALT, BACON, PROVISIONS,
LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, FLOUR, Ac
We have also the Agency for the sale
of the well known FERTILIZERS, im
ported and prepared by Wilcox, Gibbs
it Co., viz :
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's Manipulated
?.?aaao, Salt and Plaster Compound,
Peruvian Guano, Disolved Bone, Plas
The qualities are guaranteed, and or
de-s will command our immediate atten
JOHN U. ANSLEY.
Augusta, Sept 13 _ _ 2m_ _ 3S
.Ve are Agents for the Manufacturers ol
Swelt, arrow, Anchor, and Butter
-Also of the
Patent Lock Tie.
Just landimr 4000 Bundles of tho EU
REKA and LOCK TIES.
No Tie can surpass tho "Eureka" for,
;implicitly and currabilitv, and we offer ]
..t as a Tie" that is unexcelled.
Tho Arrow is also well.known.
; We ask your orders, guaranteeing'?s
ow prices as they, can be purchased at in
inv Southern port.
We shall bo pleased to handle consign
ments of-your Cotton, and will give all
hipments our.closest attention.
GEC. W. HmiAMS & CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
Sept 27 2m 40
(Formerly C. A. Platt A Co.,) -
214 Broad Street, Angosta, Ga.
Maple and Walnut Bedsteads,
t5 to $101
WE particularly call the attention of I
purchasers to our SOLID -WAL
NUT CHAMBER SUITS for Beauty
Our MANUFACTURING DEPA RT
MENT is still in operation. 8pecial or
ders will be promptly attended to. Re
pairs done in all its branches. . .
UPHOLSTERING DEPARTMENT. ? j
Hair Cloth, Enameled Clothi Reps,'
Terry and Springs, and all articles suita
ble for Manufacturers, wo offer at Low
Prices. i ?
Augusta, May S lym
tor Sale? or>fcease,
rpHE PLANTATION in EdgefieitfDis
X trict, known as Aotint sntage,
residence- of the-late Francis L ^ mnor.
We consider ithto Plantation'too pel?
brated to need a minuta deserl ptiou in
an advertisement, . .. i
We will sell the place for a small por
tion of the purchase money in Cash ; the
balance in Cotton, annually, for ten years.
If we cannot sell, will lease the place
for a number of years on reasonable
terms.- Apply to
JAMES A. GRAY 4 CO.
Oct. 18 tf 43
AFLNE FRUIT, FARM on the Ga.
R. R., 14 miles of Augusta. It con
tains; Iii Acres-75 cleared, and the bal
ance in Timber, y
There is on the place ona'- ?f.the best
Peach and Apple Orchards in Georgia.
Also a "Vineyard of six or more acres.
The Fruitfrbm this place is well known
in Augusta, and is considered Hie- finest
that comes to that market.
There is a comfortable Dwelling, with
four Rooms, and all necessary outbuild
ings, including a Fruit house.
The place is healthy and in a good
neighborhood; there is a fine well, and
plenty of water convenient for stock. '1
The Berzelia Passenger or Accommo
dation Train passes the place twice every
Good Titles can be given.
Any one wishing to purchase can apply
to L <fe A H. : McLaws, Land <fc Mining
Agents, or to Staples & Reab, 278 Broad
Street, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 lm 43
Residence For Sale.
THE Subscriber is desirous bf selling
his VALUABLE RESIDENCE in
the Town, of Edgefield, and will sell at a
bargain and on reasonar le1 terms. The
Dwelling, is large and comfortable, and
conveniently located ; the out buildings,
Kitchen, Smoke-House,-Barn and Sta
bles, are all in good order p and the Land,
attached to the premises (12 Acres,) is
very valuable ann produces well.
If j you wish a desirable Town
residence, and one at low figures, apply
soon. JOHN COLGAS?.
Oct. ll tf 42
Our F?ll Stick
'ST received the largest and most
Of all Grades.
Men, Boys' and Youths' Wear,
Guaranteed to FIT all
AGES AND SIZES AT THE MOST
MODERATE AND POPULAR FIG
URES. . ,
Our Stock is now complete, with a
magnificent line of
GENTS' FIJI!? DOODS,
Hats, Caps, &c,
Which we are offering to our Patron? and
the Public at greatly reduced prices.
Owing to our large stock we are com
pelled to make quick sales, and feeling
the stringency of.the money market, we
.shall endeavor to meet the general de
We name in part:
; 10,000 GRAY'S MOULDED COLLARS
at four boxes for 25c. - .'
20,000 BEST IMPROVED DICK ENS*
LINEN IMITATION BUTTON HOLE
[ LINED, three boxes for 26e.
LINEN COVERED PAPER COL
LARS, fourdifferentstyles, entirely new,
25c, worth 40.
300 ALL WOOL VESTS at 81 50.
HEAVY MERINO UNDERSHIRTS
ALL WOOL SUITS at $10, $12, $15, $18
and upwards, and many other goods too
numerous to mention. The very best
Fabric In French, English and American
CASSIMERES to suit the most fastidious.
All tho latest styl s in Bows, Ties, Scarfs,
(fcc., at prices that cannot fail to please.
Call early at
250 BROAD ST., Under Globe Hotel. '
Great Inducements offered to country
Augusta, Oct 18 2m43
A. T. CRAY
HAS MOVED TO CORNER
Broad and McIntosh Streets,
ENTRANCE THROUGH CRIS.
' GRAY ? CO'S.
.-. Intending to discontinue, the'Clothing
Business, he will sell any and every
READY' MADE SLOTHiNfi
PM TO PLEASE ???R? OE
Not necessary to say at Gost-roany Ar
ticles Below Cost.
CALL ! EXAMINE !
GOODS WILL BE FREELY- SHOWN
TO EVERY ONE. ,
Oct 18 .' 2m 43.
FOUND AT LAST,
L ?. LOTION for ' '??M&VZNG PIM
PLES THOM THE'FApE. Wait?nifl??
to euro when used by'directions,' Cali
and got a bottle. Propared and sold by ;
G. L. PENN, Druggist, j
Oct 25 U H 1
MATCHLESS Dfi? GOODS.
MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY;
AUGUSTA, Cr A.
WE greet our friends and the citizens of Edgefield generally with the opening
of the Fall Trade, and assure them of our being in the very'best position to pros
ecute it to a success.
We have now in Store a Stock of Goods which we have spent much time in so
letting, and which is acknowledged by all to be one of the best assorted Stocks of
GENERAL DRY GOODS
In ?the City.1 We will receive Goods from our Buyer regularly every week. So
that we shall . able to show EVERY NOVELTY as soon as it appears in New
We have a uniform Price to AIL and dur fixed principle is THAT NO ONE
UNDERSELLS VS !
We do not propose to enumerate our Stock in detail, but call attention to the fol
lowing Departments, as Specialities :
DRESS GOODS-Embracing Black, Colored and Fancy SILKS,
Silk VELOURS, Silk REPS, Irish POPLINS, Manchester POPLINS,
French and English Medium and Low-Priced DRESS GOODS, in great variety,
The Celebrated Buffalo, Queen and Crown Brands of BLACK1 ALPACA,
.... French and German CORSETS,-the finest Stock we ever saw in the City.
The most famous brands-all. the new styles-of French KID GLOVES.
HOSE, in English, German and Balbriggah;
.LACES and LACE COLLARS, in Thread, Guipure, Cluny, Duchesse, Maltese,
Italian and real French: Valenciennes,; cfcc., &c.
TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE TRADE, we would say we have spacious and
well lighted Rooms up-stairs, where we keep a large stock of DOMESTIC
? tiJO O D H of 'Every Kind? which we will sell by.theBaleor Piece, at Prices
that will repay those who give us ? call.
We will advertise no Goods we have not got ; No prices that we will not sell at
We will not falsely represent oin- Goods, or knowingly use any deception to effect
sales. To those we sell once, we generally sell again, as our increasing.trade testifies
Our motto is : COURTESY AND INTEGRITY, AND ONE PRICE TO ALL
MCCABE, COSTELLO A DALT,
388 Broad Street, under Ceutral Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Oct.18 8m 43
To the Citizens of Edgefield.
Persons visiting Augusta will find it GREATLY TO
THEIR INTEREST to stop at
WHITMAN1 & BOSON'S,
(One of the Finest MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENTS in the City,) previous to buying elsewhere.
We Guarantee EVERYTHING which ' we represent will
GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION.
So remember that at No. 229, Broad Street, op
posite Masonic Hall, you can be fitted out most fashionably
and genteelly at VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
Augusta, Oct 18 . 3m. 43
New Cotton and Produce
The Planters' Loan & Savings Bank.
Subscribed Capital, ?1,000,000,00!
THE WAREHOUSE OF THIS BANK, corner of Reynolds and
Campbell Streets, Augusta, Ga., is now reatlv to receive COT
TON. ' ' '
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will be made upon Cotton in Ware
house, or upon Railroad Receipts. *
Parties Storing Cotton with the Bank will be furnished with receipts foi
same that will be available in this city or any other for borrowing money.
. The Bank is prepared at all times to make Loans on Iroducc or Provi
,sions, on the most reasonable terms. /
Parties would do well to applv at the "Warehouse, or communicate with
CHAS. J. JENKINS, President.
JNO. P. KING, vice-President.
T. P. BRANCH, Cashier.
Augusta, Sept 20 tf 39
Y0UNGBL00D I BUSH,
AND DEALERS IN
FAMILY ABD PLANTATION SUPPL
JNO. 127 Eroad Street
APTER ab acknowledgement of thanks to our Friend) ?mci Customers for
the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us, we askli coniinuance of thc
same, aivi wouW-beg leave to inform them that we dal in All Goods
BeioDffinir to OMI* lillie. (Liquors excepted.) inch as COFFEES,
S?GAIt? BACON, MOLASSES, FLOUR. BAGGING, TIES, &c, &c.
B6r"Special attention paid to the Sale of Colgon and other
YOUNGBLOID A BUSH,
Augusta, Oct 4 ' 3m 41
GR AND PRIZE DISTRIBUCION
TICKERS TO THE CONCERTS
i i ii Ai maim nUH
Ready for ?tale a nd delivery. Orders promptly filled)
V 3. S. S. TOMPKINS, Agent,
Oct ll , ? -42
slioes ! Slioes ! Shoes !
HOOTS IND SHOESL
E. 0. SAMS,
No. 4, Park Row,
Has opened a large and . complete portaient of SHOES ind BOOTS for
Minset ;, Roys,
And ia daily making accessio ?ns to his large and varied sick. an<*
[ get Buited from the latest styles.
Copper-Tipped Boots and Slioes for Children.
Kid, Morocco and,Calf. Skin Shoes.for Ladie3 and'??sses^ith a full sup
ply of Congress and Laced - Gai ters, ,
j . Calf S?in ?pots and* Shoes for Gentlemen am! Boys, with ither Sinei
Double Uppers and Soles.
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ah..-.. .' - . i. ? . - J j .
,, . ;. i 13 . . J I, v I I
DRY GOODS IAND GROCERIES.
A f?ttU? line of DRY GOODS and ^GROCERIES kept conantly on hand
&?'A: S 3 0. SAMS.
L'. 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 39
We have now in Store, and constantly receiving :
50 Hhds. BACON,
75 Tierces and Packages, LARD,
300 Packages FISH,
250 Sacks SALT,
10 Hhds. SUGAR,
100 Barrels "
50 Barrels LIQUORS,
25 Barrels WINE,
100 Boxes SOAP,
25 Boxes Self-washing SOAP,
15 Hhds. Cuba MOLASSES,
25 Hhds. R. boiled "
50 Bass Rio COFFEE,
100 CHEESE, best Factory,
30 Tubs choi;e Butter,
25 Barrels Amber SYRUP,
15 " N. O. ."
10 Tierces Ne v Carolina RICE;
100 M. CIGARS, all brands,
BAGGING, all kinds,
TIES, best arrow,
All kinds CANNED Goods,
Family GROCERIES in full sup.
ply and very choice,
WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES,
Wrapping Paper, Twine,
Matches, Paper Bags,
Pepper, Spice, Mustard,
CORN, STARCH, Table SALT,
All at Lowest Prices, Wholesale and Retail.
Mr. GEO. C. ROBINSON still serves his friends as usual.
Commission for Selling: Cotton, 1 1-4 per Cent.
STAPLES & REAB.
278 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 8t 43
Whitcomb's ASTHMA REMEDY
Radway's PILLS and READY RELIEF,
" ' MUSTANG LINIMENT,
COD LIVER OIL,
Tarrant's SELTZER APERIENT,
Hall's HAIR RESTORER,
Barry's ?RIC?PH KRUS,
Burn?Vs COG OA IN G-r the Hair.
BUR KAiLLTSTON PT tho Complexion,
A Genuine Stock of Drugs and Medicines.
George L. Penn,
EBGEFEBD. 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 Spts. TURPENTINE,
75 Lbs. Spanish BROWN arid Venetian RED,
10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY, ?
75 Gallons MACHINE OIL,
25 " TRAIN OH-,
9 Doz. GLASS LAMPS, ail styles,
35 " LAMP CHIMNEYS,
100 Lbs. each SODA, SALTS, SULPHUR, COPPERAS,
SOO Lbs. Family and Toilet SOAPS,
4 Bbls. best KEROSENE OIL, &c, ?fee. /
Patent Medicines and Invaluable Remedies.
Hegcmau's Elixir CA LASAYA BARKS.
Bradfield's FEMALE REGULATOR,
Dr. Simmons' LIVER MEDIC INE,
Ap r's HAIR VIGOR!
" CHERRY PECTORAL,
" AGUE CURE;
'. CATHARTIC PILLS,
Allen's LUNG BALSUM,
Cook's WINE OF TAR forConghs, Cold?,
A full Stock of all kind of BITTERS,
For Cooking Purposes.
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE. ORANGE, VANILLA, PINE APPLE.
A full linc of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICES of all kinds.
Toilet Articles lor the Ladies.
POWDER BOYES, von- handsome. I PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL,
CAMPHOR ICE* VINEGAR ROUGES, PREMIUM HEARS OIL.
TOOTH POWDERS AND PASTE,. HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, | TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, ?cc, Ac.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES,' SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACCARONI, and all Goods
kept in a first class stock, which will be sold low for Cash.
Tobacco and Cigars,
. Always on hand a supply of Choice TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
It will afford rae much pleasure to serve my friends and customers at
all times. And while tendering thanks for trie confidence and support
given through the many long years of the past, I respectfully solicit a
continuance of their patronage, with the assurance that I shall use my best
efforts to give entire satisfaction,
fisf Prescriptions carefully Compounded day or night.
Sept. 27 ._tf_ 40
JOSIAH SinLEv, S. H. SIBLEY, GEO. R. SIBLEY, ROBT/ P. SIBLEY
J. SIBLEY.& SONS,
Cotton Commission Mercha'ts
DEALERS IN GUANOS,
No. 159, Reynold Street,
We agaiif offor our Services 'in "the' WAREHOUSE BUSI
NESS to the .PtfWfc-. . ? *'
LIBERAL CASH A^^CES made on Cotton in Store.;,
ORDERS for BAGGING aim Jfpmpty filled. ? .
At Greatly Seduced Prices !
WYMAN, ?AY & CO.,
Manufacturers 4 Dealers,
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of all in want of .a Vehicle of
any kind to their Large and Varied Assortment, comprising all the LATEST
and MOST DESIRABLE Styles of
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, ROCKAWAYS,
Carry-alls, and Open and Top Buggies,
Which have been manufactured specially for them by the best makers in the
country. We also solicit attention to
WYMAN, MAY ?D CO'S.
FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES.
These Wagons, made in Walcottville, Ct., of the Best Seasoned Timbe?
and Best Materials throughout, have been used in the South for the last
fifteen years, and for Light Draft, Great Capacity and Durability, are un
equalled by any Wagon sold in the South.
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CX*.U tf 42
THE CAUSE AND CURE OF CONSUMPTION,
-The primary canse of Consumption Is derange
ment of tbe digestive organs. This derangement
produces deficient nutrition and assimilation. By
assimilation I mean that process by which the no*
triment of the food is converted into blood, and
thence Into the solids of the body. Persons with
digestion thus Impaired, having the slightest pre
disposition to pulmonary disease, or If they take
cold, will be very liable to have Consumption o?
the Lungs In some of its forms ; and I bold that it
will be Impossible to cure any case of Consumption
without first restoring a good digestion and healthy
assimilation. The very first thing to be done Is to
cleause the stomach and bowels from all diseased
mucus and slime, which is clogging thesoorgana so
that they cannot perform their functions, and then
rouse up and restore the liver to a healthy action.
Por this purpose the surest and best remedy ls
Schenck's MunJrake Pills. These Pills clean the
stomach and bowels of all the dead and morbid,
sll me;that ls causlngdlsca.se and decay In the whole
system. They will clear out the llvcrof all diseased
bile that has accumulated there, and rouse lt up to
a new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile ls secreted.
The stomach, bowels, and liver are thus cleansed
by the use of Schenck's Mandrake Pills; but there
remains In thc stomach an excess of add, the
organ ls torpid and the appetite poor. In thc bow
els the lacteals are weak, and requiring strength
and support It Is In a condition like this that
Bchenek's 8eaweed Tonic proves to be the most
valuable remedy ever discovered. .It ls alkaline,
and its use will neutralize all excess of add, mak
ing tbe stomach sweet and fresh; lt will give per
manent tone to this Important organ, and create
a good, hearty appetite, and prepare the system
for the first process of a good digestion, and
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood.
Arter this preparatory treatment,, what remains
to cure most cases of Consumption ls the free
and persevering use of Schenck's Pulmonlc Syrup.
The Pulmonlc Syrup nourishes the system, purl-,
fies the blood, and ls readily absorbed Into the
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There lt ripens all morbid matters, whether
In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
ossLsts Natu re to expel all the diseased matter, In
the form of free expectoration, when once lt ripens.
It ls then, by the great healing and purifying
properties of Schenck's Pulmonlc Syrup, that all
ulcers and cavities ore healed up sound, and my
patient ls cured. . ? , '
The essential thing to be done In curing Con
sumption Is to get up a good appetite and a good
digestion* so that the body will grow in flesh and
get strong. If a person has diseased lungs,-a
cavity or abscess there.-the cavity cannot heal, the
matter cannot ripen, so long as the system ls below
par. What ls necessary to euro is a new order of
things,-a good appetite, a good nutrition, the body
to grow lnllesh and get fat ; then Nature Is helped,
the cavities will heal, the matter will ripen and be
thrown olf In large quantities, and the person
regain health and strength. This ls the true and
only plan to cure Consumption, and If a neraon ia
very bad, If the lungs are not entire!}' destroyed,
or even If one lung ls entirely cone, lr there ii
enough vitality left Tn the QlfcW to. heal up, there la
I have seen many persons cured with only one
sound lung, live and euloy Hf* to a good old ace.
Shin ls what Schenck s Medianes will do to cure
presumption. They will clean out the stomach,
sweeten and strengthen lt, get up a good digestion,
and give Naturo the assistance she needs to clear
the system of all the disease that ls In the lungs,
whatever the form may be.
It ls Important that while using Schenck's Hedi,
cines, care should be exercised not to take coldi
keep ln-doors In cold and damp weather: avoid
night air. and take out-door exercise only in a
genial and warm sunshine.
I wish lt distinctly understood that when I recom
mend a patient to be careful in regard to talc inc
cold, while using my Medicines, I do so for a special
reason. A man who has bnt partially recovered
from the effects of a bad cold ls far more liable to
a relapse than one who has been entirely cured;
?.nd lt ls precisely the same In regard to Consump
tion. So long as the lungs ar eliot perfectly healed,
just so long ls there Imminent danger of a mil re
turn of the disease. Hence lt ls that I w> strenu.
ously cutlon pulmonary patients against exposing
themselves to au atmosphere that ls not genial and
pleasant. Confirmed Consumptive/,' lungs are a,
mass of sores, which the least change of atmos
phere will Inflame. The grand secret of my suc
cess with my Medicines consists in my ability to
subdue inflammation Instead of provoking lt, aa
many of the faculty do. An Inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, be exposed to tba biting
Kasts of Winter or the chilling winda of Spring
11 Autumn. It should be carefully shielded from
ill irritating Influences. The utmost caution
should be observed In this particular, as without lt
a cure under almost any circumstances ls an impos
sibility. .. -
The person should be kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the Medicines continued
mtil the body bas restored to lt the natural quantity
of flesh and strength.
I was myself cuaed by this treatment of the worst
kind of Consumption, and have lived to get fat and
hearty these many years, with one lung mostly
gone. I have cured thousands since, and very
many have been cured by this treatment whom I
have never seen.
About the First of October I expect to take posses
sion of my new building, at the Northeast Corner ol
Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall be pleased to
give advice to all wbo may require lt.
Full directions accompany all my Remedies, so
that a person In any part of the world can be
readily cured by a strict observance of the same.
J. H. SCHENCK, M. D.,
JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place,
New York, wholesale Agents
Feb 22 ly 9
To The Public.
THE undersigned respectfully informa
the public of ?dgeheld, that he has
opened a TIN SHOP at the Post Office,
whore he will be found at all times pre
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