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The Situation in Augusta,
i There were very perceptible indict
yesterday of a continued dirainuti
the panicky feeling created in ccinm
circles in Augusta" on Thursday bj
suspension of currency payments by
ral of om- banking institutions. D>
tors, where assured of the solv? ney i
_ institutions with which they were
busings, begin to appreciate"the utti
ly of lashing themselves into a mid
mer perspiration simplv because the\
not get possession ot their entire de]
in currency, so that they may lock :
in their own strong Loxes against a n
coutiagency that they wi!! requin; i
dollar for business purposes They
tu realize that upon just such food j.
grow strong cud increase their bre
and have mad-.; up their minds to-be
fiod with a .',uiiicio:icy of currency U
swer their most pressing demands,
exhibition of this disposition" has bi
incalculable financial relief*throuji
the city and adjacent country, in en
aging our suspended hanking iusliui
to resume amt continue.th? payniet
small checks, affording in the aggr
great rehef to a class of depositors \
otherwise must have experienced s
deprivations/from lack of inon<-v to
chase food supplies-and seasonable c.
ing. ' The benefits ot even these small
menis permeate the whole ' eommu
and gradually lind their way bi'ck t
individual or institution making tb'ei
A M?ST GElTIFriSG SHOWING.
Tho National Bank of Augusta. \
Jackson, President, throughout yc-sU
stood the pressure just aa if it wc
veritable financial " Stonewall"-me
all demands of depositors Arnon;
heaviest paymeuts were !j#;300 to th'
gusta Factory, to pay the operato:
that establishment : between !>o,000
$6,000 to the city of Augusta, to pa;
canal hands ; and $1,200 on a chec
the Orphan Asylum in favor of W
Goodrich. In addition, a number of cl
for smaller amounts were paid to
chants and other depositors. And yt
the close of the day's business, the dt
its of currency were ?7,000 to SS.00
excess of the amount of currency
which the bank commenced busines
TheGeoigia Railroad Bank rems
firm and unyielding as " Gibralter," \
ing still stronger in its currency suj
. while honoring all checks of depost
This institution is a recognized king o
prient monetary crisis, and just aboi
safe and strong as human institution:
The Merchants and Planters Nati
Bank, ex-Go v. C. J Jenkius, Presit
resumed the psjfcent'in currency of s
checks yesterday, and effected settlei
of larger amounts by certified checks,
current in the city. This institution
pect3 to bfe firmly on its legs next v
doing busines as usual.
The National Exchange Bank, A
Btier President, continued to pay s
checks in currency yesterday, and n
settlements with depositors desiring
accept first class securities.
Messrs. John J. Cohen & Son, ban]
paid-in currency all demands mide
them yesterday, and will gradually
prepared to' pay currency to deposi
dollar for dollar deposited with tl
They will resume business on Monday
der the same schedule as run yesten
Deposits will be received and checks ?
a:Tangements having been made by ti
. for the same.
The Commercial Insurance.and Bi
ing Company continued to meet all
mauds ol depositors
Tha Freedman's Savings Bank rem:
. in possession of its supply of curra
under the sixty days' notice rule,
few notices have been tiled by deposit
and" by the time the sixty days run ?
they will doubtless be fully satisfied
leave their deposits where they are.
Commercial circles* promise to weal
.the storm, and our merchants are he
cally addressing themselves to the labo
turning thc poorly greased wheels ol' J<
traded-doing, thc very best they can. '
aspect of attain is certainly encourag
and hopeful. Money ia expected fi
.New York by' some of our cotton ii
about the middle of the present we
with which to purchase cotton, whe
general contraction of lengthened count
anees will follow.-Constitutionalist, 2?
THE GALT: IX FLORIDA.-The gale
the 19th instant, which caused so mt
disaster in this State and Georgia, is
?resented, to have been very disastrous
'lorida. At Apalachicola the tide ?
increased by the force of the hurrica
and completely flooded the city. Hou
and mills were demolished, and the,stre
of thecity strewn with oranges from I
orange groves, which were in many ca
The loss in tho city is estimated at fr
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars
two hundred thousand dollars. At Gee
Keys the storm is said to have been 1
most terrible which has ever visited tl
portion of the Florida coast. In Gadsd
County, houses, fences and trees w<
blown down, and mills and outhouses cot
pletely swept away. The damage to t
county is variously estimated at from o
hundred thousand dollars to one hundr
and fifty thousand dollars.
Thehttle Village of St. Mark's, ne
Tallahassee, was completely demolishe
The destruction was general and complet
Only one store (and that a very stroi
iron-braced building) was left standin
and but a few dwelling houses. All aloi
the coast the hurricane proved very d
structive. In Leon County over iiftei
houses were-blown, and irreparable inju:
done to the growing crops, The ?tor
kited for about five "hours, and during i
continuance was most severe. No liv
Grant's Last Effort at Oratory.
At Pittsburg, Pa., Piesident Grat
made the following brilliant and chara
teristic speech, at the gathering of tl
Army of tho Cumberland :
" Gentlemen of thc Cumberland, ladh
and gentlemen-It alfords me very gret
pleasure to meet a^ain so many ot m
old comrades. I never had tho pleasut
of being in command with-you, bot
had the pleasure of being inimediatel
. connected with your distinguished leac
er, who has added so much luatrean
glory to the army of tho Cumberland.
?T" The yellow fever continues vic
lent at Shreveport. The destitution i
said to bo nearly as alarming as the pet
tilence. Every ono who can get awa;
from the plague-stricken city has fled
Of course, the markets are closed. Ver
few provisions come into the town. Al
most all business is either langnishinj
or suspended. Many of those who couh
have supportod their families in ordin?r
times have been down with the fever
Bat little aid has hitherto reached thi
city. It needs further help in its agoni
zing oxtromity sorely. Surely stock;
and bonds, panics and failures, shoult
not be allowed cutiroly to stille the crj
o'.' distress that comes to us. Even sligh
a-tsJsti nee would be welcome to the sor
rowfol and sutl'oring people of Shrove
&9~The Abbeville Pres* it Bannet
says: "The Cotton crop is opening rap
idly and is being hastened to market. Ic
many sortions it has boen cut short by
rust, and generally there will be a lese
yield than wan anticipated.
. Wild Cherry. Balsam.-The memory
of Dr. Wistar is euiblamed in the heart*?
of thousands whom his Balsam, of Wild
Clarry lias cored of coughs, eo.ds, con
sumption, or some other form of pulmo
nary disease. It ls now over forty years
since this preparation was brought be
fore tho public, and yet the demand for
it is constantly increasing. '
?Sf WP "see that Proctor & Gamble's
Extra O.lve ^ap is becoming very pop
ular in our city. Its quality we know ls
superior, and being nicely perfumed wo
-emit surprised that tonsumers prefer
; ,and that it has a largo sale. 3m 27
Wi^i>r>w-*.GnAW*- -Great attention of
now de^rvedly paid to the kinds is
Window ''):iss;u-sed in dwellings, stores
and . i.urc'i <s All qualities of American
-.ind Freud) lindow. Picture, Photo
graph, ifni, Orotind, Enamoled and Col
ored Glas*.v wholesale and retail, from
Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Sayne street,
-Charleston, ti. CV > Send for price card.
Edgefield, S. C., Oct. 2,1873,
The Rhine, The Elbe, The Savann;
'A Triple Alliance,
i Whero, thoreforo, lies the German's U
Na?ie now at last that mighty land !
Where'er resounds the German tong
Whore German hymns to God are au:
There, gallant brother take, thy stau
That is the German's Fatherland !
That is the land, the land of lands.
Where vows bind less than clasped ha
Where Valour lights the Hashing ey
Whero Love and Truth in deep h ear ti
And Zeal enkindles Freedom's br?j
That is the German's Fatherland !
That is tho Gorman's Fatherland !
?ireatGod! lookdown and bless that li
. And give her noble children souls
I To cherish while existence rolls,
j And love with heart, and aid with lu
[Their Universal FarthcrJand!
j This " Universal Fatherland'' .
j f mud last week in our fair sister eil
Augusta; and there the noble Gern
met, with " Love and Truth" inei
beau; and .ibero the historic Rhine,
mighty 12'be and the broad Savan
shook hands, and swore a vow of]
and generous friendship. Was this
so ? Who that saw thc mutual love
brotherhood of the Germans and nat
of Augusta on this occasion, shall si
Wits not ?
We love the Germans from out
mast soul, and it would bea labr
love to write a lons aud minute acct
of their lirstSchuetzen Festin Angus
j s.) gl?nzend, so gl?cklich !-but the s]
at our disposal will allow us to noto c
a few salient features.
In April or May last, thc German
Augusta bought a half dozen acre:
ianimproved woodland, a mile from
city, in tho direction of the Sand Hi
and there-with enclosures, and ga
and gradings, and avenues, and ton
alleys, and restaurants, and merry
rounds, and clim hing poles, and ?hool
galleries, and, last but not least, a \
and noble dance .saloon-they held tl
first Fest in the close of Septem]
Wonderful and admirable energy ! .
' ? The overture to tho Fest was tho C
cert on Monday evening in Girare
Opera House, tendered the Augi
Schuetzen Club by the Augusta Qi
tette Club. This Club-of whom
loading spirits are Prof. John Wiegi
and Mr. Charles Spaeth, who have d
much to elevate musical taste in Aug
ta-was assisted by the Palmetto Bi
of Charleston. This is the old Eui
Band, of the war-famous for their i
playing, and for their fine spirit. Besi
this, two eminent amateurs came fr
Baltimore t? grace the'occasion- ]
Martin, ii tenor singer, and Mr. Gibi
a violinist, both superbly gifted by
turo and superbly finished by art. 1
audience was au exultant and brilli;
ovation to the Schuetzen Club. The p
gramme was high art and the spirit
the dance very judiciously combin
The performance was almost faultlc
The community that has a basso who <
render Mozart's noble aria, "Witl
These Holy Halls," as Mr. Char
Spaeth did on this evening, has so
cause to congratulate itself. And
Prof. Wiegand's original composition
honor of the - ccasion, the spirit of i
Galop and thc spirit of the March app
iu their most brilliant and fascinati
And from music to female beaut}- h
easy the step ! At this concert, while r
ears drank in the beauty of tho music, c
eyes drank in the loveliness of the t
most beautiful blondes in ail this brc
world-daughters of the old French fa
ily, D'A-c, of Augusta. Thc rome
branca will bo a joy forever!
On Tuesday morning began the Scii
elzeu Fest proper. The city was o
scene of joj-, enthusiasm, flowers, gi
lands, banners, soldiers, and Schuetze!
The Augusta Schuetzen .Club, with
guests from Charleston and Savannr
was escorted to the Platz by the lo<
military organizations of the city-t
procession marching through several
the principal streets. This process!
was as gay and brilliant as the great di
mond sash of the Shah of Persia,
the carriage of honor rode, alone, o
distinguished Gorman fellow citizen
Charleston, Major Franz Melchers-t
lather of Schuetzen Clubs in America, ti
founder of the Charleston Club ?went;
two years ago, and still, if we mista]
not, its head. The Schuetzens wo
black pants, and gray sacks with brig
green collar' curls and facings.
The military organizations of the ci
-of which she is, and ought to be, e
ultingly proud-are the Richmond Hu
sars, with uniform of gray and brig;
yellow ; the Oglethorpe Infantry, dai
blue, Prussian blue, and white ; the Iris
Volunteers, gray and green; and tl
Clinch Rifles, dark green and orang
These companies-old and honored lon
before the war-have been reorganize
within the past few years, and aro no
uniformed, equipped, and kept np, in
style and with a spirit seldom seon oi
of France, Prussia or Austria. On tili
occasion, gleaming, glittering, brigh
with all the gay ttnd festive trapping
that belong to regiments in full pom
of dress, and to the glory of the soldic
in the science of his craft-by whic
wiole companies of men move and a<
as if with but a single thought-they ar
peared in the perfection of their march
ing, and in the height of th?ir generou
elan towards their German brothers.
And now we must sum up rapidh
Th reo days of crowd, bustle, pleasure
target-shooting, game-playing, dancing
lager-beer, lire-works, and receptions
?peeches, congratulations, .prizepresen
tations, (Src, ifcc, ?fcc,, without an unto
ward event to mar the general joy.
The bird shot at on these occasions, ii
so constructed that each individual par
can be shot away without dislodging th<
remaining parts; and to each part be
longs a distinct prize. A thick woodcr
heart, called the "corpus," which ismaxU
very fast to the polo, forms tho middle
This is, of course, the last to bo brougbl
down, and whoever succeeds in doinj
this, is called the " King," and is the bert
of the day, and of the coming twelve
month. Ho receives tho handsomest
prize, and has the privilege of selecting
and crowning a " Queen."
The "King" of the first August Schu
etzen Fest is Mr. Henry Stelling, ol
Augusta, a very handsome young gen
tleman, who crowned his " Queen," re
ceived his prize, and bore his honors,
with prepossessing dignity and un
affectedness. The prize was a magnifi
ent silver medal and collar, in antique
style-a work of-exquisite artr-oflered
by Mr. Leonhardt, of the firm of F. A.
Brahe & Co.
. A prize for target-shooting with rifle,
offered by the Augusta Schuetzen Club
to the military companies.o? Augusta,
was won by tho Richmond Hussars.
Each company was allowed fifty shots.
Tuo Hussars scored five centro shots,
considerably mor-1 mat any other com
pany, and bore off a huge and magnifi
cent silver goblot, with gold lining.
At the conclU8ioi>of the Feston Thurs
day afternoon, the.Augusta Schuetzen
Club and its guests were escorted back
to the city bv the military, whero the
whole procession-Schuetzens and mili
tary-were received at Clara Hall as the
guests of the Richmond Hussars. And
hero was enacted a soene of soldierly
hospitality, wine, champagne, mirth,
music, song, congratulations, and good
fellow-sblp, which it would be dirBoult
to describe. Capt. Cumming of the Hus
sars, being absent from the city during
the Fest, the company was wielded, ably
and gracefully, by ,1st Lieutenant John
Clarke, son of ocr old feilow-afcizen,
John M. Clarice, Esq., and himself bom
on Edgefield soil. Indeed .many-.?f thc
Hussars are Edgefield boys, and
daresay it !-accounted i ?best riders
Robinson. Twiggs,'- Lamar, Ransom,.
Shaw, Butley, ana perhaps others. A
more thorough and ^high-bred discharge
of hospitality v. than was -achieved by
Liout. Clarke, and his officers arid mor?
at this entertainment, wo havo'Vnever
witnessed. Our young townsman, Mr.
John li. Abney, being present, and loud-'
ly <udlcd foi-, very gracefully pledged
the Hussars and thc Gormans, oflbring
tho - congratulations, .good-wishes and
hospitality of Edgelieldv
And tims closed Url first an tn'al Sehnet
zcii Fest of thc Germana of Augusta
aud tims defied tho labors, and tho vvatehr
fulness, and the courtesy, of our friend
Brahe--Secrotary of tho Club-thc best
: and bravest of then all.
,Thc Financial. Situation.
Tho latest, of decided importance, upon
this question', in that the President bas
promised to prepay thc November in
terest on the coupou and registered bonds
of the United States. This (says the
.Augusta Chronicle <k Sentinel, in an ex
cellently condensed financial articlo) will
add fourteen uiiUious ol' dollars to the
currency iii circulation, and though most
of it will go to Europe, enough will be
loft iu this country to relieve tho strin
gency in some degree.
' lu Augusta the prospect is much
brighter than it has been since tho panic
commenced. Several of the suspended
banks resumed on Monday last, and bu
siness promises to move on, in a short
time, as usual. Confidence has iu, a groat
measure been restored, depositsvare rap
idly being returned, and no fears arc
entertained of another run.
In the meantime we would simply re
mind our farmers and planters that cot
ton is always money We would not ad
vise them to hold their colton until the
crack bf doom, no matter what maybe
tho circumstances. Nor. yet would wo
advise them to break their necks just
now to uko it to market.
Further Notes of liiislness Places in ?
A visit to thc extremely popular Cloth
ing Establishment of Jordan--our coun
tryman Jordnn, who spent his early
years in the section half way between
this and Ninety-six-will well repay the
trouble taken by gentlemen in search of
elegant suits, garments, or furnishing
goods of any description. Jordan is im
mediately under the Central Hotel, where
people now-a-days most do congregate.
Indeed you can" lean out of the upper
front windows of thc Central and call for
what you want from Jordan's. You
needn't look, and you neod'nt be trou
bled about the price. On those pointai
take our wordier it, all will bc right.
Mr Horton.H. Jordan, another Edge
field man, is also at this house. Between
him and Jordan suuior, Edgefield people
cannot fail to be profoundly accommoda
CHILDREN CRY FOR THEM.
Children cry for the delicious "Ladies'
Hitters" that are now sold by Davidson
it Brummel, the rectifiers aud redistil
lers ol' Augusta. They arc near the cor
nor above the Globe Hotel. The "La
dies* Bitters" is a now thing and its
popularity is totally unprecedented. And
if you have a taste for pure Rye and
Corn Whiskies, old Cognac, good Port,
Madeira, Sherry, etc., ifec:. tte, go to
Davidson cc Brummel. Davidson it
Brummel have a magnificently selected
stock of everything they profess to keep.
AUGUST BORR COES TO TH K
3CHUETZEN PLAT/ -Butais beaiiti
ful goods go to his patrons ! Our old friend
is one of the bravest and handsomest of
the Schultzens. And his shingle luis
swung invitingly from his well-known
Merchant Tailor's Bazaar through the
melting summers and windy winters of
manya long year. And still,"determined
that no kindred establishment in the
South shall compete with him in either
the style, quality or prices of his goods,
he has again replenished his stock with
all the latest, richest anil.most fashiona
ble styles from Paris, Berlin and New
York. August Dorr retains ali his old
customers, mid, season by season, secures
hundreds of new ones.
OPPOSITE NEIGHBORS THAT
DIDN'T SUSPEND.-Right opposite
the National Bank of Augusta, which
didn't suspend, is the Brandt Shoe Store,
which also didn't suspend. Brandt has
at present a very unusually beautiful
stock of Boots, Shoos, Hats, Trunks and
Umbrollas. Brandt senior is also a
prominent ?>chuctz<'?, and handles his
rifle as if he were only twenty-one. Let
us all go and buy our Shoos,' Boots and
Hats of him this fall, and at thc next
Schuetzen Fest he will treat us to Lager
aud show us the different "trieks."
ANOTHER ONE OF THE GRAN
ITE VILLE HOWARDS.-As will be
soon by r?f?renc? to his card in another
'.oluiiin, another of these brothers-John
T.-turns up at the great One Price Dry
Goods House pf H. L. A. Balk. This
announcement will be andi. ,\i to rally
around him his thousands bf friends iii
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHS
AND GENTLEMANS' (JOODS.-Those
have arrived and been opened at Ben
son's in Augusta-Mr. Wm. E. Benson,
the fashionable Merchant Tailor. Ben
son's shelves, counters, and all his availa
ble space, are heavily laden-arni with
the most beautiful goods for gentlemeus'
clothing wc have over seen. Now, gay
and fashionable young gentlemen, who
want lavender pants, and broadcloth
frock and dress coats, and wedding suits,
and immaculate shins, and all that, now
is your time, and Benson is your man.
Don't put oil* your visit until" tho most
beautiful lavenders are picked out of thc
M MIDDLING COTTON TAKEN AT
SIXTEEN CENTS PER POUND."
Appended to the new card of James A.
Gray cc Co., the largest Dry Goods house
in Augusta, is the announcement that
they will tako middling cotton at 1G cents
per. pound in payment for goods or ac
The fall and winter stock of Janies A.
Gray it Co. is, as usual, perfectly enor
mous. Among other things, their adver
tisement mentions ?O?O yards of black
and colored Alpacas, good quality, at
only 25 cts. a yard.
Their whole card is worth studying,
and we hope all our readers will give it
THE GREAT DOWN TOWN FUR
NITURE DEPOT.-This is the estab
lishment of E G. Rogers in tho old Eagle
and Phoenix Hotel, down noar the lower
market. This well known old building
is now a depot of Furniture of all kinds
-.-from tho costliest and most splendid
to the plainest and cheapest. At Rogers'
wo do not think a person could possibly
fail to find exactly what he wishes in the
way of Fui ture-let it be what it may
-nor do we think he could possibly be
dissatisfied with Rogers' prices.
"AT PRICES THE MOST REASON
ABLE IN AUGUSTA."-Thus speaks
Mr. John Whitman, tho Merchant Tailor,
formerly of Whitman it Benson, Augus
ta, but now alone, and removed toShaok
elford's old stand, Noi 25, Jackson St.
Mr. Whitman is himself au extremely
accomplished cutter and fitter. His
stock of goods is largo, varied, new and
rich. And tis a man, ho is obliging and
kind hearted. Gentlo.-ien of our section
ordering clothes in Augusta, will not
be wise to pass by Mr. Whitman.
W HO EVER HEARD OF A CARPET
FROM ELSEWHERE THAN BAI
LIES ?-Or an Oil Cloth, or a Lace Cur
tain, or a Window Shade, or anything of
that sort ? Really wc have never known
merchants who s? thoroughly monopo
lized the patronage of a vast region* of
country as the Bailies. Nor is this to bc
wondered at when wo call to mind tho
grand and liberal scale upon which tho
Bailies have ever conducted their busi
ness. Persons designing to furnish a
house-or to purchase auytbing possible
in the Carpot. Curtain or Upholstery lino,
cannot do better than to very carefully
pr? use the new card of the Bailies in an
WHERE ARE ?ilLLER, HACK &
HOWARD?.-By reference to the an
nouncement of dissolution <fee. in anoth
er column you can at least find out the
exact whereabouts of one of the old firm,
to wit, Mr. Edward T. ?ftller. He-is still
in the Grocery business at. Stevens', old
stand, next door, below the Richards
Brothers. Andjudging from the bottle
of superb wh'iskcy iic sen?,, us a few days
back, ho has good' things on hand.
/j?r There is a ne0ro woman in Mon
roe, Ga., wb.o is -the mother of thirty- ;
three living children, v. j
For? tho Advertiser.
MK. EDITO IL-Within thelastfe^days
it has como to my knowledge, that ru
spoused the cause of.Rt-pnbli
Radicalism. There is int:'one W.ord <
troth, in these reports, .and i hereby, .pr?r
clafm said-rumors muligiiaiit'fabricationsi'.
and base falsehoods.
J. C. LANIER.
Sept "2Ut5, 1S73.
Di KD, at Meeting Street, Edgefield
Countv, ou thc 10th September, 187U,
LANGDON S. TOMPKINS, son of Dr.
1). G. and ELLA S. TOSIPKINS, aged two
years, eleven months and-twenty six
days. f!i.? . -, ? ..' *
He was a child' of quick arid percep
tivo intellect, unnaturally tenacious
memory, cheerful and happy disposition,
very active and sprightly in his habits,
and up to tito time of bis fatal illness
was always in excellent health, having a
stout and"robust constitution. In all, ho
formed that perfection iu mind, body,
disposition, and habits .which made him. I
an object ol' so much hope, affection, and |
happiness, not only to his parents and
relatives, but all who know him Ho
was, too, at> that young and teudor ago, |
when the .mantle of innocence protected*
iiiiji from tlie sins of tho world., To his
loving parents he was thc source/ of all
those close knit and deep-rooted: affec
tions, which are so bountiful in.tbe breast
ol' a kind-heated father, and . especially
of a young mother tb. her only child.
How their minds delighted in the plea
sing- anticipations of his future ability I
B?lalas! this chill blast of trouble has
nipped their springing' joya, and all their
fond hopes are obliterated^ ' " .' '
After lrigoriug in . the excruciating
equipoise of life und death for one week,
choked up by tho stilling hand ol' Diu
theria, his even as yet hardy arid youth
ful constitution wits compelled to yield'|
to the power of the disease ; then his
tender soul, uncontaminated,, by tho
follies.and Climes of this world, peace
fully returned to the arms of Iiis glad
lened Maker, who loved him too dearly
to expose him to tho misfortunes and
trials of this uncharitable hind.
Y"ot how he is missed athis late homo!
His vacant chair, his empty crib, his idle
toys, indeed every scone calls up sorrow
from the breast, * pierces the full heart,
and compels it more and more to rise.
Though now gone he is doubly blest,
having love ?in earth and glory ruthe
heavens. * .
DIED, Sept. 10,1873; near Augusta, Ga.,
at tlie residence of his parents, JAMES
11 EX KY M IMS, onl v sen of EKASMUS
S and TALLUDA it Muts, a-^ed S years.
I? the death of (ins little boy, the hope
of his parents and tho beloved of bia
family, a void lias been made which
earth cannot fill, and a sorrow that only
heaven eau cure.
" Thy Will bc done "
DEPARTED this lifo, in Granit avilie, S.
C , on the 1.1th dav of Sept 1R73, Miss
SUSANNA C JENNINGS, in the 21)th
year of her ago.
Bayipg been a great su ocrer, from that
distressing disease, asthma, from early
childhood, shu was to a great extent exit
oil' from the enjoyment of tlie social cir
cle of life ; and served and suffered out a
brief existence, under thc kind care of a
fond mother, affectionate sisters, and de
She sought her Savior in her youth,
and found peuce in believing in tho aton
ing merits of a crucified Jesus, and uui
ted with the Methodist Church at Gran
iteville, whilst under tho pastoral care of
the late Rev. J. R. Pickett.
" We sorrow not even as others which
have nb hope ; for if we believe that Je
sus died and rose again, even so thom
also which sleep in Jesus will God bring
" Peaceful bo thy silent slumber, .
Peace fill in the grav? so low;
Tlion no more shall join our number
Thou no more our songs shalt kuow.
Yet again we hope lo meet thee,
When thc day of life is lied.- '
Then in heaven with joy to greet thee,
Where no farewell tear is shed."'
T; II. C.
IWILL be at Pine House tlie remain
der ot the week, and at Edgefield C.
FT., on Sale-day, with a lot of HORSES
R; H. QUATTLE BAU M.
Oct. 1, lt 41
THE subscribers to thc Edgf leid Po
n?ale Academy are requested to call
at my office, and pay their subscription
within thirty days from this date.
Hy order of the Board of Trustees.
J. L. ADDISON, Treas.
Sept. 29. 3t 41
HREE HEAD OF llORSES-gootl
j work Stock-work gentle in single or
double Harness. Will be sold low, for
cash; or if the purchaser prefers, cotton
will bo received at li! cts. por pound.
J. L. ADDISON.
_Sept. 20 _ . 2t _41_
INSURE AGAINST FIRE!
DELA YS ARE DA NGERO O'S.'
Incur po rat rd, 18$9.
Capital and Assetts, Over sGOO.OOO.
M. HR Georgia Home Insurance Com
pany insures property against loss by
lire at the National and State Board rates.
The "Georgia Homo" is a good and re
liable Company-pays all hisses prompt
ly -and is worthy of the confidence and
patronage bf tho people of Edgefield.
Call?n thc undersigned and secure a
Policy on your Dwelling, Furniture, and
Merchandize. Insure at once!
J). H. DUKISOE, Agent.
Mr. J. H. HU??T, at BatesvIUe, and
Mr. SAM. C. CARTLEDGE, at Rutee
Spring, or Mr. ELIJAH KEESE, will
furnish Applications and give all neces
sary information to parties wishing to
insure in the "Georgia Home." Call on
_Sopt. 24,_3nv_ 40
(CANEBRAKE, or tho DEARING
J PLANTATION, situated on Little
Saluda River, Edgefiold County, contain
ing 12(10 or 1300 acres, uplands" and bot
toms, host quality. A Magnificent Resi
dence, and other improvements.
The said Lands will bo sold as a plan
tation, or in lots to suit purchasers, at
Etlgcneld CH, on the first Monday in
TERMS.-One-third cash ; the balance
on one, and two.years timo. Notes with
interest from date, with Mortgage on
premisos for security.
L. CHARLTON, Agent.
Ridge, S. C_,_0?:t. 1,_ot_41 _
APPLICATION will bo ni ade to tho
next Legislature for a Charter of a
Public Road from Johnston's Depot, C.
C. ?& A. R. R., West, intersecting .the
Blocker Road near Pleasant Lane.
CITIZENS ON THE ROUTE.
bushels SEED OATS for sale
by O. SHEPPARD it CO.
Kirk-ovs X Roads, S. C.
State of South Carolina
BY D. L. Turner Judge of Probate In
Whereas, Geo. W. Robertson hath ap
plied to mo for Letters of .'Administra
tion on the Estate pf. Ceo. C.'Robertson,
late bf ?aid County, doe'd
. Those aro therefore to gito and ad .
mcnish all and. singular the kindred
and creditors of-thc said -deceased; to
be and appear before me. at a Court
of Probate for'- the said County, to be
boldon at Edgefield on the 15th day of
October 1S73, at 10 o'clock A. M.,.,to show
cause, if any, Why the said Ad nil ni st ra.
tion shotlldnot bo granted.'
Given und'-r my ?hand nivd the Seal of
the Court, this lsfc-dxv of October, A.
. LL.1673,.apd iq ibo ?Sih ye^r of'Auujri
caii Independence, ...
D. L. TURNER, J. P. E. C.
Oct.!, 2t ? 41"
.? .*$ ??
JOH) J. RAMIS?X.
?to tn?'p'ublii? thaine has ..pened a GRO
.CEKYTS?OR131it:4b?-Briok Store North
of Mr, B.'. C.' Bry?'n'H'-NKtore, where he
will keep 011 hand a weil)selected stock of
,-.EY?lR,Y ARTICLE "USU.ALLY KEPT
IN A FIRST CLAS 5 FAMILY '
I also have on hand the BEST WHIS
KIES? WINES, 13RAN1>?FS^TOS*rMJ^
co, $mmfm$$&3: i?ii?wi
??r-Please cal l ?ud look at my stock,
and you will lie certain to find bargain's.'
I - . .-J. J* HARRISON., J
TO ??E. PATHO? S.
OWING to the financial crisis over tho
country we make the following proposi
tion to our customers, viz: We will take;
all Cotton at ?5 cts.'per pound , where we
have ad vanced half or more, and pay. 1 >al
ancesinCasb. Will'hold Cotton thirty
days, and give our patrons every cent we
can realize above 15 cts. p?'r?b\-and if
Cotton declines further this will secure
to our patrons 15 cts. for their Cotton. So.
gents hurry on your Cotton.' Weare
prepared to make. Cash advances, or pay
Cash for all Cotton odored at. this place
from this time onward.
* , T. JONES. <fcJ30N.
Johnston's, Oct 1 Lui 41 '
To Our Customers.
OWING tn the' panic in the Jnoney.
market, we will take Colton from
our customers, anddiold the same until
the storm passes over, and will guarantee
them the price th e.Cotton is bringing at
the day they flellvor tho same, and give
them th? advantage of tho advance, if
any, when tho Cotton/is sold., .'.
J. Mi RUSHTON & CO.
Oct 1, 2t . 41
Cotton ! Cotton !
SAVE ?? Tim V by. selling
your Colton in Kdgefield. I have made
arnnigemi'iits to bny au-unlimited'num
ber of liiries^and- will always give the
Augusta market price, less the expense
J. II. CHE?TRAM.
Oct. 1. lm 41
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
ElHilTFIKLO C. H., S. C.,
ALL persons holding chocks against
the County, dated previous to .Ian.
Ist. IST:'?, aro requested to have the same
Registered it? the office of the County
Commis>ion??rs, ou or before tho. ! otb
November next .
By order of Board.
W. D. RAMEY, C. B. C. C.
Oct. 1, ' 4t 41
TliE UNDERSIGNED'liavc mutually
agreed to enter into copartnership, under
. tiie name andstyle of SMITH, JONES
& CO., for the!purposeof GINNING and
PACKING COTTON, HULLING COT
TON SEED, GRINDING GRAIN, ?fcc.
And for that purpose, ? have put up a
Steam Engine ?na .Cotton Press, willi
commodious Buildings, atEdgefitld Vil
lage, and n ronlow read j' to rftcoivo Cot
ton, and hope by honest; fair dealing, to
merit a liberal patronage.
Our terms .for Ginning and Packing
will bo One-Filtoen'th.of tho quantity re
ceived; -and if weiTarnish Bagging and
Ties, our charge for them will be 32.(10
for ? yards of .best Double Anchor. Bag
ging/weighing 24 lbs', to the yard, and t:
Ties to the Bale.
We have pu 6 up two of Carver's Im
proved Ghi.-,--faiiibli? for picking clean,
and line sample; lt is a settled ?act, that
colton ginnet] by .'-foam or water power,
will turn ont J?'pounds'' more lint, toa
five hundred pund bain, than that -gin
ned by li'>r-o p* wer ; and we hope soon,
?to COHV.IB?P tiiv-plnnters of this vicinity,
that it is cheaper t<> l.-ivo us (Jiu their
Cotton than to Gin it at Imo ic
We have not yet put our Muller and
Grain Mill in operation, but expect to do
so os soon ns the Oiuninir season is (-ver,
of which event the public will be ad
vised through tho Advertiser.
V. L. SMITH. .
Edgt'liold, S. C., Sept. 22, KS7". tf 40
One Mile Below Pine Kcuse.
L. G. SWEARIXGEX,
HAS now on hand and receiving, a
fine'Stock of .
tl ?tl MMMT, (?ROfEiyE?i,
HARDWARE ASM CKOCKUIT.
And everything usually ? kept in a
Country Store, to which he solicits un in
spection before purchasing elsewhere
CASI! FOR COTTON.
T will pay the highest market price lor
all Cotton delivered at my Store.
Persons indebted to mo by Note or Ae
count will.please come forward and set
tlo'by the first of November nest. After
that time I will be compelled tn place all
unpaid claims in tho hands ol' an Attor
ney for collection."
L. ?. SWEARING E.V.
Sept. 24, -, 2m_ 40_
147 & 149 Broad Street, :
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
OF ALL GRADES. ! ,..
COFFINS, CASKETS and BURIAL
CASES, of every, description always on
Augusta, Sejpt 24 3m 40
THE Firm-of MILLER, HACK &
HOW ABD was dissolved oh July
1st; 'ltf-a; by mmnalco-nsent. Thc assets
ol' tho ririn-nre left entirelv in the hands
of EDWARD.T.^ILLER, who, ls alone
authorized tb sign thc Orin name in liqui
dation, or in the roncwal of tho outstand
ing debts of the firm.
EDWARD T. MILLER,
EDWIN W. HACK,
WM. 8. HOWARD, Ju;
? >0-. .-r -.J-- . ?-. '<
? [ Notice.
THE-UrrderSltniedwiircoudnct a Goti
: eral -GROCERY-BUSINESS. ' at 2519
Broad Street, and will-be pleased to serve
his old patrons and tho public, generally.
? 'EDWARD T. MILLER.
^Augusta, Qa., Aug. 24, ISTH lm' 40
_ eii?ap Humes.
X-OOR MEN who want homenViiVbuy
from 50 to 100 or 200 acres very Cheap
from tho snbacritWrT" "
* Twill sell'fgurtra'nt?e?rig 'good tl?J?jJ at
th?lo*r price of $2 jf?r nero-half'ciuvh
anddialf cr?dlh ; v
The lands aro Joining Col. G T> 'Mims,
-^'.Fulmer-'and'??hers.-'on both side'?'-of.
Edlsto river. "If not':disposcd of tit pri.'
vate salo, thesald lands (l&O'a?res'j'-witt
be offered ai-pubii0 sal o', . a* 'Edpt?fl?ld C.
JLf onxth e -first Mmdayv/iirr?Nov.t?mlrt?r
next, in lots.towrit purchasers.' ?ul ?? .?
ti '. ..?'VP .n-;V'v1. -;jO'Hii.'ibBAeaNl7.v;
:,Apply>al? Of?ra.-of Bacon ?s.Aidaios,,
Edgefleld'O/'Hin."-. . v. ! ii; r*i ti-JI".n;;.:'.
Sept. 17, .Jm
, . , . . A T JOIiySTOm DEPOT,
Rjfe?3te(sfflig a ,"V?L ?E?gED Stoc||f
Which.have b?'c>n bought in New York mostly for CaBh.siSe'tnW?cline in
Cottcn. : . ' v
.'".'The?i?''Gbode,hkre''b?en selected with great care, and will besold at very
examine our Stock of Goods and
j jjjw rlsp?c?fbily invite our friends to
.?..Ia^ditbn-ifO'the^ioEe. we-haaeia J3tore. a. jdipjb3e"sl?ck^.of.J^A^X.
?^p?^GLG??giNG-^ which-;wer.a^e selling _at.extremely.iow prices.
fON?? ST R?TftEiR.,:
Johnston's Depot, Oct 1
FOR THE " '
FALL A ?MD Wi NTE R TRADE
mVHtOAU O K? A
QST received and receiving a MOST MAGNIFICENT Stock of the most
KlVgant, most: Fashionable and'most Stylish Fabrics, that could b? foundin,
500 Pieces Best PRINTS,
50 " BLEACHING, best brands, splendid
yard wide, at onIyl2.1-2 cte; per yd./ hythe Piece/'
200 Dozen Coats' COTTON. ' V '
Full Jiue of Sheetings, Sealsland Goods, Bed TiokingB, Osnaburgs, Brown/
and Bleached Twills, &c, ??c. '! , ' . ?
Elegant and Fashionable Dress Goods, in all the new shades, consisting^
of . French Twill, at only 50 cents per yard-looks 'quite as well as.French
Merino. . .. . /. * ' ;'-> t
. Grey Mohairs,-very much, worn,
Beautiful; Brocade .Poplins, at 45 ct* penyard,\t< .': i ;. , . .'
with all of the very latest Little Thiiigsi-'Luckas";-Tortoise' Shell 'Ttfcking
COMBS,-immeasurably high nn<! all the rage. Prices range from-50cent*
to $2.00 each. Black Velvet, BEi/fS,'with' lirge'-Steei-andOxydized'Buck
les.-are entirely worn. Chatelaines j'or Belts, Hat Buckles,' Ornaments for
Hair. Short Braids for the Fi not o? ;be Head, Elizabethan Ruffs for the
Neck, arni numerous other thing.1?.
My Stock of RIBBONS is better than ever before.
Splendid Sash Ribbons, all.?n?flss 'rom 50 cts to ?jft.QO per yard.
Sashes, Brochet, Striped and Plain, froin $1.50 to $5.00 ?acb. Perfectly
? i '- y, ? \? i ' ' ' .j*4t K.#???>o?j.& ta,.Ut
. A beautiful line of SCARFS, fi r ladies Mnd gentlemen..
My Stock of Shawls, Breakfast Capes and Sacks, are unsurpassed in
beauty and Cheapness. . ; 1
. ' 7:" .'.' ': *''......' ? > s-t if:* ;i ;<? $?$rf?1
A beautiful line of ORTOLANS, Komething quite unique,
Full line of HOSIERY, ,.., .
" ? V GLOVES,
Kid Gloves in Alexander and thc 1 wo Button Seamless, Q I K? J j TA
Splendid Gauntlets for Gent's driving. .' :?? j |J jj I j
I have a beautiful line of these Goods from 15 cents to $1.75 per yard,
Lace Collars, Cuffs and Collars, Tis. .ue Veils trimmed with Fringe,.
Large Stock of Blankets,
Ladies Hats, Trimmed and untrimmed,
.French Flowers from 25 cts. to il/>0 per sprig,
Full line ??Gents Fashionable Hais.'? . - .
$ 1500 worth of Fine CLOTHING, made to order,
ALSO, SHOE?! KESOBS! SHOES! ;"
- My Goods were bought since tl : ia il of .Cotton, at; extremely; low ??f?ffti
I took a great deal of pains in sclccti i^ them, and?e'?'l qi?it?i'c'onffderit bf
being able to please my friends in every, particular'. J never:'snaxe any
pains in showing up my good's. 7 25 fc-H'ts ."? ? -J ? s .1
I gratefully acknowledge the kind ancMiberal patrogage-extended tourne
retoforer and beg .ta assure jay. friends and^tho -public-that I-v^^<waya
'j margin above liew .York Cost.
J. H. CHE ATH A1VL n
- -V.: A- . V -W U> ip
use my best efforts to please them.
My goods will be sold at a very lo v margin above New .York Cost
For the mW. Tracie !
TOILET AID FANCY ARTICLES,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, <fcc
, E take in pleasure in informing our friends and the public;-that we.are
daily making-additions to our Stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, GROCE
RIES,-all of the purest and best quality-and all' of, which wc have
marked down to the lowest possible rates.
! Our stock embraces in part
Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Tu tts Expectorant,
Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy,
Allen's Lung Balsam-the bes-t remedy for Coughs and Colds.
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER.
Ayers Ague Cure, Dennis' Rem "dy for Chili?,
Dr. Shallenberger's Fever an?! A 'ueTjlk Morse'* Fever & Ague.Pills
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Ayers Hair Vigor, Hall's Hair Renewer.., '.'."
' Tibbitt's Hair Regenerator; < hiv*W* Life for the Hair,
Wood's Hair Restorative, Tuft's Hair Dye.
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Bouquet.Holders, all styles and -.-oiors,
Penn's Bouquet Cologne, hnhin'.- Extrnets, . .
Lundbargs Handkerchief Er-ti-f C??, (. ,
Pomades,, Toilet Powders, Tooth Fowders and Soapsv
".r.Fine Toilet.Soaps, Hair, Tooth and'Nail Blushes,?e\ I"1 ' ' : -u|
GO TO G. Ii. PEIVIV. <fc SOr?;S For the' latest styles Lamp "Chim
neys and Burners. A full stock
For "Fine Italian Violin " and
GO TO G. L; PE]%f? Ac SO IV
Liri -Jj ?'.'. Vii' -,*<i h.r; i>n: * n. ? . ... .
I' ' /'% :-i r .-(ti . ? Oil'*' .Vi?' ..-:.->/? ;
Guitar Strings. Also, Violin*)
Bows, Tail Pieces, Bridges and
Violin Bow Hairs. - ;
CALL ?N G. L. tffelW ? S*fl Foi- Fine .CheWing .Tobacco
. the Genuine Virginia Leaf.
CALL OW G. L.'PBW?V & S?? For Fine Segara and the Genu
ine Durham Tobacco.
For Machine OiLfor Gins.
For Pure K?ros?ne Oil.
' For Pure Cider.Vinegar. -
TO 'G, L.'i'?'^IV St S?IV'S .-For a Box of Ho. 37 Pills, and
cure your sick Headache.' War,1
. ranted to cure.. No cure, np
-f. ...rf A * -1
GO TO G. L. PENIS & ?0|?
. ,:MV fbi
Also, Oysters, Mackael.^ah,ion. Lob&cers,
. Prescriptions; Careful];. Ccmrouudodvat all bonrs^by W.'BV?>?rin.'
I ??^-Evet^body in general, mid the Ladies in particular, are cordially in-.
" to look-through-our- took. . . . .
*fafli?A\ : bag ... M.m ui -- -T ' ? ? ,iu" *
1 " ' '^ ' ' 1 ' ' '",;' j lm^ ^. - j 41?
?ii ^pare?t^^ttlm^t^k,^j WILL disp^?t?of"my ^hth^^tockof
.Itosewortdiabd .MahOfmav^Monid'-i^ A CTOOCIH at CosUvi-fec^hfrom th-s date.
COMPRISING ALL THE
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS,
Large and Handeome Collection of NOTIONS, containing ail the
A Complete Stock of Hats, Caps, Clothing, Crockery, Glassware,
BuJjag tllte?rese? s?nl^y^ tl money^^bpefc/ ai
GafctojJ wetwi? &dll)njy Jr O^afif orin shoft t?jb^ith Qpftpi . _
rar. In the latter case we will hold the Cotton'.until, tiie mariet1 becomes
GRIFFIN ?fe COBB.
Oct.L j,:: j fa ?j ^..^ Qj-r^m^Wfe-OJ fett^^
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
r select-on of .Fashionable DRESS GOODS, S^?T^'gA^Bj^c.,
&c., is perfectly superb, and prices as low as tHy^can \^ ^^o^? inliuj
market. ?/ . .- "V- >.> v-'>,' ^ - -,,.- j* ?.?te ??*? <$|
In the line of WHITE GOODS, FANCY GO^D^an? FOTIO?S, we
defv competition. . , - L-'--- 'J
" Our CLQTHLNQ ?EP<^MEN?T is/co^Je, ^ar|l a>|>Y,^l^8uit Ae
Our DOMESTICS are from the best manufacturers,-and marked down to
I all as cheap as any House can afford to sell them. '-&?U(Mfl'>ffit?s?
We also:are ireceiyyjg' bj^Very :trajn an....; }? ^$0?;?:^? \'?tVi 8?
Immense Stock of rG?^^r?e?i^^
--Consisting in part of--? . ^^j*! ? mlltlrt
BAt?'ifSixjjS OATS, MEAL,
v . SOAPS, dec;, &c. . ;.; .? .
^ ?il Cirwh&hi we jja?bse
j Market in the'South: .
rnd>,o?jCrapt. W. H.
and where, soliciting the presence and patronage of his old friends, he will
beefed tb^e^o>efte???|DA| A A *\ -OBStS??"
CSfet.jop]?la| ind ?^J^o^^^q^manf^^jB;^^
also be found on lT?nd at our House, ready
B?r We ask a^liberahshare of. public patronage," apdfl
faction to all wh"o'favor us with their frau o. '?g ?5-?r
HP**1?? 3m -'?rV^??
Pine House, Gel;.
(FORMERLY WHITMAN & BENSON.)
erclian t Tail o r,
moved t^SiS Jackson Street,.G. }V. Sh^kelfpr^.'s ofrl Stand,
he ha/3 ^t?cejivedihifi ?; ? ?}<j I ffftjfi ' rill I i li? .
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS* R
OF. all the LATEST STYLES and PATTERNS, of.all Shades. and Col;
ors, which he will MAKE UP in the most Fashionable sty'lesV ano! In *t!he
best marme^ bv-first cla^s-wor^p^ni) "JUT \/1UT
All work*g^ia??nieed to give satisfaction;! [ind aj?fri^?| th*Jjjsf reasona
ble in Augusta. ,
Come and examine my goods, and See for yourself. ^ ;.. .. . . .>..'?.."
. ; ' . MEECHAJfT'-TAILOB,* -v ? ..
25 Jackson .Street,: Augusta, GaSi-*
Oct, 1, 3m . ' ' >1
CLOTHING AND HAT HOUSE,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., , ^>
Is again filled to .itsutraost capacity witt the vLATKrT STYLES and
FABRICS, from a Jeaus Snit to the finest Cloths and Diagonals, of the
very best material and workmanship, which cannot be surpassed. A splen
did'Stock of , Il
Furnishing Goods, of the Best1 Q?a???y.
'.v ' i. ?' ; I 1 ?** > 'Vi ii %$] WV ? ' ?j 'f* i Jfl
Perdons wishing anything - in the way of Mens', Youths', orUoy* Cloth
ing, Hats or Ca- s, will do well to give him a call. Prices guaranteed satis
factoiy. _ .. ; bar, . . ..:.;'?>*S ...'Cf?^'??-t^X? .
Thanking ray Edgefield friends for favors in the past, I respectfully so
licit a; continuation o'f; their:Kber?l:rjatrons?e. f . Ut& ?f'.M Of>$??^
Mr. HORTON H. J?RDAN is now with me'; and asS'a ?arfroff his
friends,-and he will.give them fits. , - '.
Augusta. Gu., Oct, 1, 3m 41
SHATTERFIELD LANDS FOR
? SALE. ,
IOFiE^ht pHv^fe silo 'St Homestead,
containing 170 acres.- On this place
more trw uewrframed bouse, containing'
?vc rooms. Also,, a good Score liou^e,
andan excellent cofentry stand .to sell
goods. There* ils a jgootl 'Barn, Onbins,
and all neceklaT^ Out biilldrntfsjthe wa
ter is unsurpassed, and the place is one
of tho most desirable inNorth-west Edge
field-as ?io Doctors'sa?' itk'.fe (fistr?s?
ingly healthy; no 'malaria-no chills.
Wo have lived on tho place eighteen
vcars, and 'never had a chillon our fami
-ALSO- ., ? .
100 Acres known as the Cheatham.tract,
? - ALSO
210 Acres, Lving on Reedy Creek,
th is , place thoro'Ss 4?ty-iteres; of
creek bottoms/ wmch Vvitf t?ake fro:
to 30 bushels of corn?>er, 4ore. ;Ahw
about one hundred acres of heavy Um
herod pino forest,-and aStei?rVSa?rMllL|
located.ou this.place tbat.Avill sawjdl.the
stockhau3ed'toitdnshai-e8. -, ?
There is timber enough on all these
places to:pay..th? purchase money /r?hon
made'into lumber. The land is well
adapted to Corn, Cotton, and Small Grain,
and ^p??t?u1??S*to^ats. ?
I will soll all collectively, orsoparately,
ssthe ?bjave_nam.ed. tracts^fto^uit. pur
I will tnko pleasure ix\ shdwfcg tbo
places to any one wishing rophrenase.* I
,,TERMS<T^One-half cash; balance on a
hrc??t of ^ne'and two" yoarsT with infereitt
frohidatbat 10 per. cent.'per annum... .
-XJdress,' Phoenix. Abbeville, S. C
.. JAME? CALLIS9X
Sept 17, . ?tt- -H?V,
Land For Sale.
THE Subscriber toffers fot ' s^e
HUNDRED-ACRES of good ?ne
Land, W-ell adapted ta Cotton, and lying
five miles East of ]Sdgeti?eui .Villago eud
The said Land will be ?old in a body,
or iff lots to su?l^ui^hasejaaf For terms,
**? : I JlBLANa
Edgefield.T beg to announce that I,jsni
at H. L.:?. RALK'S Popular One Price
0 my friends and acquaintances of
TIES at AuguaU pric^^^^'lJWtt*?
antee the prices to bo'as cheap as in An?
gusta. ' ; j s?Bf??4*.- .
>p^rffii*i^ii -O. F. CHEATHAM.
^AngjO ' ' -tf 86
i^O.W 'iii Store'a iuper^'Jlb^
IM Segars, which wo