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THE WANDO COMPANY,
OF
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
AN
AMMONIATED
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE
THE REQUISITES for tho largest yield of
Cotton and Cora. Our friends who havo tried
this FERTILIZER, give their unqualified testi
mony of its complete success in largely increas
ing the yield of their crops. Where the applica
tion was doubled, the increase nf yield was fully
as great, and we are assured that it has proved
for cotton
"THE MANURE."
Planters will find it advantageous to work less
ground, to cultivate moro thoroughly, and to ap
ply liberally a preparation such as tho above.
Our
FEETILIZEES
Are made under the supervision of
Or. St. JULIEN RAYEKEL, Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL EN
SURE a reliable article. We have no hesitation
in stating that iu our standard manure tho pub
lic have a FERTILIZER which will give the
most satisfactory results. WE CLAIM THAT
AT THE SAME COST PER ACRE, THIS
ARTICLE WILL DO BETTER THAN PE
RUVIAN GUANO, our friends writing that
Guano loses its effect upon >e plant generally
about the beginning of Sept > cber, and this sus
taining the plant in a green and healthy condi
tion until killed by frost. Directions for use sont
with shipments. Price $C5 dollars per ton of j
2,000 pounds.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
PURE BOSE FLOUR,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
At $65 per ton of 2000 Pounds.
WM. C. DUKES & CO., Agents.
Charleston, Mar 2_lm 10
Ammonia
Phosphate.
500 TONS OF THIS FERTILIZER
now ready for sale. Planters aro respectfully in
vited to visit our works on South Boundary St.,
in this City, and satisfy themselves as to quality
and mode of preparing the article.
Xt is rich in Ammonia and Phosphate, and sui
table for all Field Crops and the Garden.
Below we append an Analysis made by General
RAIMS, on tho 17th February last, of tho Ammo
nia Phosphate, as offered for sale :
Organic Matter Ammonia and necessary Mois
ture, 250.00
Carbonate and Nitrato Potash, Chlorido Of
Sodium and Urate of Ammonia, 70.00
Alumina and Magnesia and Iron each, a
Trace,
C*rbonic Acid, f O.OO
Lime (Protox Calcium.) 75.00
Limo (Phosphate and Nitrate) 1G5.00
Sulphite, and Hypo-Sulphite and Loss,
about S0.00
Sulphur and Sulphuret Calcium, 22.50
Silicions Matter, 277.50
1,000.00
'rice, $10 per ton, Cash. $15 per ton pay
able lit Nov. next,-City acceptance.
^SfirPuuiphloti with full particulars at our
Oftice, No. 300, Broad Street.
J. A. ANSLEY & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS,
Augusta Fertiliziu? Manufacturing Co.
?&-AUo, Aleuts for tho CELEBRATED
CALHOUN & ATKINSON TURNING
PLOW, made at Macsville, Kentucky. All
sizes on hand.
Augusta, Mar 2 2m 10
EDW'D J. EVANS & CO.,
NURSERYMEN
AND
SEEDSMEN,
York, 3?ennsylvania.
FRUiT, SHADE AXD ORNAMENTAL
TREES,
GRAPES, SMALL FRUITS,
ROSES, ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS,
HEDGE PLANTS, &c.
Warranted Garden Seeds
In full assortment, at wholesale and retail. Deal
ers, buding in qnantity, furnished with thoir own
address on bags, if desired.
Our Seeds are all carefully te'ted before send
ing out and WARRANTED TO GROA', if
properly planted and care for.
SEEDS AND PLANTS BY MAIL,
We make a spec'mlity of sending GRAPE
VINES. STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, and
other plants, by mail, putting them up securely,
and forward to any Post Office in the United
States.
The following Catalogues aro issued and mailed
to any address, on receipt of stamp :
1. Amateur's Prico List of Fruit and Ornamen
tal Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, ?tc.
2. Descriptivo Strawberry Catalogue, (with
Supplement.)
3. Wholesale Catalogue of Fruit and Orna
mental Traes, ?tc.
4. Descriptive Seed Catalogue.
5. Descriptive Cireulnr of New and Rare Seeds
0. Descriptive Catalogue of Bedding Plants,
Roses, tte.
Feb 26 4teow 9
F
Just Received,
tESII SUPPLIES of
1 COFFEE, SUGAR, LARD, SALT,
CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH, SODA,
RICE. CHKESR. OYSTERS, SARDINES,
SEGARS. SNUFF,
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO,
CONFECTION BRIES in variety.
Also, new stocks ol DRY GOODS, SHOKS,
HATS, <kc.
Terms, Strictly dish.
S. H. MANO ET.
Feb ll tf 7
Stray Mule.
STRAYED fr":n my plantation, near Silverton,
in Barnwell District, on the afiernoon of the
L';:j inst., a dark BAY MARE MULE, shod in
front, with nu particular mark except perhaps a
frinali white spot or two behind the ear, rubbed
very much by the barnes.', seven or eight years old.
Any ono who will take up this mu!o and delivei
ber to tue, or wara me of having her in possession;
will be liberally rewarded?
Any infonnatii.n on this subject may bo lodged
with Mr. Wimberly at Aikeu, or the mule horse!
m iv be l.?dged with said gentleman.
JAMES COCHRAN.
Feb. 25,1863. 1" _9_
Beeswax Wanted.
LBS. BEESWAX wanned, for which th?
highest Cash price will be paid.
TH OS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Gulden Mortar.
Mar 3 tf 10
50
NOTICE.
GUARDIANS, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES
Jfci., will u:ake their Annual Returns t<
this Office by the first ?lay o? April next Tho?
failing to do so bvtli&t day will bc Ruled to sho\
cause. ' Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Feb 12_Jm_
INFORMATION.
Information guaranteed to produco a luxurian
growth of hair upon a bald head or beardie?
luce, also a rccipu fur the removal of Pimple;
Blotches, Eruptions, etc., on the skin, leaving th
same s 'ft, clear, arr. hoiutiful, can be obtaine
without charge !>y niMrcsMtig
TH OS. F. CHAPMAN, CHRIST.
823 Broadway, New York.
S,-,-t 18_8m_S8_
To Cousnui.pl. ve*.
The Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will sen
(free of charge) to all who desire it, tb
prescription wi'h the directions for making an
usin? thc simple remedy by which he was cure
of a lung aft" edon ind that dread disease Consump
ti >n. His only object is to bcneGt ibo nlllictod an
be hopes ewry snflurcr will try itu* preseriptiot
M it will coi-t- tb.un nothing, and may prove
Messing. Please address?
RET. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Sc-nd St, Williamsburg, N.
Sept 18 Sm 38
Grocers
-AND
COMMISSION MERCH'TS,
No. 2S3 Broad Street,
.Augusta, G-eorgia.
-0
A FULL STOCK OF CHOICE GRO<
C ERIE S ALWAYS ON HAND.
?rompt Attention given to CONSIGN
MENTS and ORDERS.
Augusti, Feb 24 3m 9
SUNDRIES.
1GO BBLS. FLOUR, different grades.
25,000 LBS. SMOKED BACON.
25,000 LBS. BULK BACON.
5,000 LBS. CHOICE HAMS.
10 TIERCES LARD.
100 Bbls. LIQUORS, all grades.
200 Sacks COFFEE, Rio, Java and La
guayra.
25 Ha!f-ohesti TEA, various grades.
75 Bbls. SYRUP, various grades.
With a full stock of SUGARS, CANDLES,
SOAP, 4c, for sale low by
O'DOWD 4 MULHERIN.
Augusta, Feb 24 tf 9
S?GAR-FL0??....P0TAT0E8!
160
150
150 BBLS. FLOUR.
Arriving and for sale by
A. STEVENS.
j? tgusta, Feb 24 lm 9
CARPETS ! "CARPETS !
CARPETS ! !
BBLS. Refined SUGARS, all varieties.
BBLS. IRISH POTATOES.
GREAT INDUDCEMENTS OFFERED IN
our entire stock of thc following New Goods:
ENGLISH, BRUSSELS and VELVET CAR
PETS,
Heavy 3-ply Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS
Flax, Jule, Dutch and Rug CARPETS,
RUGS, MATS, CRUMP CLOTHS, DRUG
GETS, ...
STAIR RODS, STAIR CRASH, HASSOCKS
$1 each.
Floor Oil Cloths.
A beautiful lino of NEW PATTERNS, from,
3 to 18 feet wide, which wc will cut in any shape
for Halls, Room?, 4c, 4c.
Table Oil Cloths.
Oil Cloth TABLE COVERS.
PIANO COVERS and TABLE COVERS,
VULCANIZED RUBBER C.OTU for Infautt'
Use,
A full aisortment of the above goods juBt re
ceived. 1
Window Shades.
Our SPRING STOCK, just to haod, outra
cing many NEW PATTERNS (all sizes male,)
with all necessary trimmings.
Mattings.
Red, Checked and White MATTINGS, 4-4,
5-4 ?md C-4,
COCOA MATTINGS, plain and striped.
Wall Papers and Borders.
PAPER SHADES and FIRE SCREEN?,
Our SPRING STOCK of NEW PAPERS, in
the Latest Styles, just opening.
Damask and Lace Curtains.
CORNICES, BaNDS, TASSELS and LOOPS,
A Beautiful Stoek of the above goods offering
at very Low Prices for Cash by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 ?ROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, GA.
F,b 11_tf 7
F. A. BRAHE,
At His Old Stand 191 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA. GA.,
OFFERS AT THE VERY LOWEST PRI
CES, to suit the times, a larjje Stoek of
FINE GOLD AXI) SILVER WATCHES and
CHAINS, FINE JEWELRY, FIRST CLASS
DIAMONDS, kno-.rn as old Mine Stones, and a
very lar^e assortment of Sterling SILVER
WARE. Alw>, a largo lot of FANCY GOODS.
Mr. BRAHE ha.iug just returned fr>m Eu
rope will again pav personal attention tu the
REPAIRING of WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Augusta, Dec 2.'! lm 52 '
"THE'GROCERY
ON
THE CORNER!
We
. A. GLOVER announces to tho public
that he bas now in ft oro, and will bo constantly
receiving, ALL SORTS AND STYLES OF
FAMILY GROCERIES,
from the Heaviest to the Lightest and Most
Luxurious.
These he will sell, STRICTLY FOR CASR, at
prices to suit the present hard times.
He respectfully solicits all iu search of Groce
ries to call at the Grocery Storo on the Corner.
Feb. 25, _tf_9_
SALUDA HOUSEr
HAVING Rented thu above well-known HO
TEL, in the Town of Edgeficld, I ain pre
pared, from this dato forward, to ENTERTAIN
TRAVELERS, PERMANENT BOARDERS
and DAY BOARDERS.
The Salada House is situated in a quiet part
of thc Town, and its Rooms and Chambers uro
airv and commodious.
Nothing, either ns regards Table, Lodging or
Service, shall bc left undone on my part to de
serve thc patronage aud confidence of the public.
A. A. GLOVER.
Feb 1'_|f_7_
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
THE Undersigned takes this ocension to an
nounce to the public that she has just re
furnished several of tho Rooms of the Planters
Hotel, and is prepared to accommodate TRAN
SIENT and PERMANENT BOARDERS on thc
most reasonable terms.
Her Tables wi'l be well supplied with the beU
the market affords ; and attentive Servituts will
be preseut to attend tho wauts of cu<rsts.
The Stahl, s connected with this H nose, are
also open, and Hur?es will be well cared r.jr.\
A share of public patronage is solicited.
FRANCES A. RYAN.
Feb 12_"_3t 7
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
I WILL hereafter carry on A REAL ESTATE
I AGENCY for tho PURCHASING ai>d SELL
ING OF HOUSES, LOTS and FARMS in
Edgefield District. Reliable Titles mode, aud
Titles examined promptly nod corroctlv.
Persons wishing to Purchase or Sell Real Ka*
tate, will find it to their interest to confer with
mc, or address mo through the Post Office.
A fee of Ten Dollars will bo required In ad
vance, in each case, and if a purchaso or sale is
effected the amount will bc deducted out of my
commissions.
Parties wishing their Roal Estate advertised,
can notify me, enclosing funds to pay for the
same.
I will continue to Practice in the Courts ol
Law and Equity in all tho Courts of Record ir
thia State.
Office, Law Range.
* J. L. ADDISON.
Edgefield C. IL, Feb 10_tf_7
Kerosene Oil!
ALWAYS on hand and warranted pure ant
genuine For sale by
THOS. W. CARWILE.
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Feb 2? M *>
Dennison's Condition
Powders.
FOR-Horses, Males, Cattle and Hogs. Fo
sale by TH08. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Feb 26 tf ?
334.
I SIMON
Offer Their Entire a]
HEADY MAK
Gents' Purni
AND VARIOUS OTHER A
-A
GREATLY RED
IN ORDER MAKE
SPRING
A GOOD SEI
Oaths, Cassim*
OFFERED IN RETAIL BEL
I
224 Bro?
Jan 27
Professional Card.
Ri
?EADY & GRIFFIN. ATTORNEYS AT
LAW aaa SOLICITORS- IN EQUITY, will
Praotice in tho Courts of South Carolina, and in
tho Uoitsd State? Courts.
Office in roar of tho Court House.
W. J. READY,
S. B. GRIFFIN.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 5, tf
Pissolution.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under j
. thc style of RFADT S? CULBREATII is
hereby dissolved hf mutual consent. W. J.
RiUi>T, wHI olcns# %p the unfinished busi
ness of the JPlrui.
W. J. READY,
?AS. Y. CULBREATII.
Feb S, 8t 7
Ooma and See
MT LARGE AND WSLL SELECTED STOCK
OF
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
COOTS AND SHOES,'
HATS AND CAPS,
LADIES' HATS,
MISSES' HATS,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
CROCKERY,
WILLOW WARE,
WOOD WAKE
AND IN FACT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE than is usually kept in a first class
Rctt?l Store.
jE2?~C"i!io "Od see, and judge for yourselves,
and rem ember that my Hans arc STRICTLY
CASH.
j2.Pr All orders accompanied willi the Cash will
be strictly and faithfully filled.
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Longmires, S. C., tf 12
Sheriff's Sale.
Wgcox, Gibbs it Co., "j Distress Warrant
vs [ for
George W. Dorn. J Lieu ou Crop.
BY Virtue of ?n Execution in the ul.ove (tated
case, to tue directed, I will proceed to sell
at tho residence of UEO. W. DURN, Defendant,
on THURSDAY, tho lUih March, tho following
property of ?aid Defendant, to wit:
Fifty Bushels CORN,
Two Thousand Pounds FODDER,
Twenty-five Bushel; PEAS,
Two Stael;:, I'LA VINES,
Seventy Five BuakeU COTTON SEED.
Terms Cash.
ISAAC EOL^S. S. E. D.
Mar 3 8t 10
Sheriffs Sale.
Daniel P. Holloway, "I
vs. \ Fi Fa
George W. Dorn. J
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa, to me directed,
in thc above stated case, I n ill proceed to
soil at Edgcfield Court Hou?0, on thu 1st Monday
in April uext, ONE TRACT OF LAND, con
taining One ll andrej and Seventy fi vo Acre?,
more or less, belonging lo tho Defendant Goorge
W. Dorn, and adjoining lands of M.'.rl: Jobn.-ou,
William Watkins and othor6.
jSirTormH Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
MarS 5t Ul
Sheriff's Sale.
James A. Dopier, ]
vc. \ Fi Fa.
M. N. Holstein. )
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa in tho above
stated case, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. ?'I., on thc 1st Monday in Ar-ril next,
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing FiveHun
'rcd Au a?, moro or less, levied on as the proper
ty of thu Defendant M. N. Holstein, and bounded
by lundi of Wm. Powell, J.iS. Boatwright, Rich
ard Ho!; (jin and Thom is R ites.
Also, THREE nOKSES and THREE MULES
^?r* Tenus Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Mar 3 St 10
Sheriff's Sale.
Ira Golding,
Fi Fa.
Wm. T. Golding.
>Y Virtuo of a Writ of Fi Fa, to mo directed
} in thc above stated oa.se, I will proceed ti
?ell nt Edgcfkld Court lieuse, on tho 1st Monday
in April next, (at thu risk of thc former pureba,
ser,) the following prnpefrty belonging to tho De
fendant W. T. Golding, Viz :
Ono Storc-HoHse and Lot adjoinixg James B,
Sullivan.
One Mack Mule,
?Cit- Terms Cub.
IflAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
F-h.it) 7t R.
Long Staple
UPLAND COTTON SEED I
1
HE ABOVE COTTON SEED produced las
Benson 1500 lbs. of Seed Cotton to tho Acre, am
waa sold for 57 cents per pound. For tho presen
crop 50 per cent over tho best Cotton was offeree
and refused.
Thc undersigned purchased tho Seed last soa
son at $5 per bushel, but in view of the time
will supply it at $2 per bushel., or if moro convc
nient, its equivalent in farm produce, for a num
ber of bushels, delivered at this Dopot. Put u
fa bags and delivered at Aiken Depot.
A sample of the Cotton may bo socn at th
Advcrtirer Office, or rent by mail on application
V/. G. MOOD,
Aiken, S. C.
Feb 10 St' 7
BEEF MARKET.
I WILL CONTINUE TO FURNISH GOO'.
BEEF and MUITON to thc people of Edgcfiel
on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday morninj
at reasonable prices, but STRICTLY FOR CASI
A A. GLOVER, Agent.
Jan 22 tf 4
)?
& BRO.,
ad Splendid Stock
shing Goods,
.RTICLES IN THEIR LINE
T
UCED PRICES
ROOM FOR THE
TRADE.
.ECTIO?? OF
sresy JLjeeskiifiSt
OW WHOLESALE PRICES.
. SIMON & BRO.,
id Street, Augusta, Ga.
tf 5
JONES & NORRIS,
Attorneys at Law'
? ?" AND
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Wi
ILL PRACTICE in Ino Courts of this
S ta to and of tho United States.
Particular attention given to cases in Bank
ruptcy.
Nov 5 3tn* 45.
DIRECT FROM IRELAND,
QKA DOZEN LADIES' AND GENTLE
OtJ\J MEN'S LINEN CAMBRIC HEMMED
STITCHED
B?ANDKERCmEFS,
DIRECT FROM IRELAND,
FOR SALE BY THE DOZEN ONLY,
AT LESS THAN
NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES !
FIFTY PIECES MOST BEAUTIFUL
QUALITY IRISH LINEY.
Cjs^ These Goods must bc seen to be apprecia
ted. Just received to-day by
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.,
'?'?? Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Jan 20 tf . 4
IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF STOCK.
AND
Farmers' DIU] Stock Breeders'
AD VEETISE5.
ONLY $1 PEI? ANNUM IN ADVANCE
Firtt-class Monthly Journal, devoted to
Farming and Stock Breeding. Each number
contains .'.ti large double-column pages, ?Hustrated
with numerous engravings. Specimen Copies
free, for statup, with list of .-plendid PrcwiuiUO*
to Agents.
HORSE AND CATTLE DOCTOR. FREE.
Thu Publishers .<f the AMERICAS STOCK Jori:
..?AI. have ustablishe I a veterinary Department in
the columns "1 ibe loi RN.M., which is placed un
der the charge of H diniug.tiihcd Veterinary
Professor, whose duly it i-- lo receive questions as
10 the ailuiKul* or injuries nf ali Linds ol' stock,
and tb auswar in print, in connection with thc
?|U?slion, how they ?h .ul I be treated for a rim.
Ibcio prescriptions ?no riven oralie, and (but
tv. i y cnbsoriber lo tba J;,i H . AL ha?? always at
11 i -i command a Veterinary Surgeon, freeof cknrgr.
Every Farmer and Stock Breeder should sub
r ibo for it.
Sent Free, 3 Months for Nothing.
Every new subscriber for ISC.H, received by the
fi Ttl of February, will receive Hie October, No
vember und December 11 umbers of IM'.T, free,
making over 500 large double-oolutun pages of
reading mutter in thc I ? numbers. All fur the
low pri?e of $1.00. Address
N. P. LOVER .t Co., Pallishcra.
G CM TUF.?:, Chester Co., Pa.
Feb. ?fi 2t 9
BREAD ! BREAD! BREAD !
Bread the Staff ol' Life ?
GOOD NEWS FOR ATL-OLD AND YOUNG
NO MOUE BAD BREAD.
USO EXCUSE FOB ANYBODY.
EVERYBODY can now have Nice, Light,
Swcit, Nutritious Bread. Housekeepers
and Heads of Families ure informed, that they
eau nov obtain what they have loni; needed, vi/.:
a YEAST OR BAKING POWDER, that will
always give satisfaction and NBVER FAIL.
You can got thia by asking your Urocer for
Drew's Infallible Baking Powder.
Not like the ordinary Hop Yeast, which bas to
bc pul in tho Flour, and takes all night to Raise
it, but with BREWS INFALLIBLE BAKING
POWDER, you cnn put it right in your Flour,
and FIPTKK2I MINTTK'S ti-no is all thatfs required
to maka delicious Tea, Batter and Buckwheat
Cakes, Corn-bread, Biscuit nnd every description
of Pastry. While this Baking Powder not only
is thu cheapest, it is also tho BEST and HEAL
THIEST preparation of tho kind ever made for
Culinary purposes, and cannot bo excelled in
quality by any other Manufacturers, in this coun
try or elsewhere.
Thc Eating of Hot Brend or Biscuits made
wiib this preparation, causes no flatulence, ot
other injurious effects, and is particularly recom
mended to Dyspeptics. It is mad? from a vegu
table preparation of perfect purity, and of Snowy
Whiteners.
Moro Bread of tho finest quality can be made
from a Barrel of Flour, by using this Baking
Powder than by any other process yet kuown.
Full direction? accompany each Hos.
For Sale by Grocers everywhere. The Tradi
supplied by the Sole Proprietors and Manufactu
rers, the
DREW MANUFACTURING CO.
218 Fulton Street, Now York.
Don't forgot tho Name, but ask for DREW'f
INFALLIBLE BAKING POWDER.
Feb 12_3III(M. A. it.) 1
Toothache Instantly Cured !
BY USING
Dil. HAIL'S Mil UHU
THIS GREAT TOOTHACHE CURE has th
endorsement of the London Medical Facul
t", and will NEVER FAIL TO CURE Till
MOST DESPERATE CASE OF TOOTHACHE
Whilo it acts instantaneously upon tho nerve
affected and gives immediato relief, thero i
nothing in its composition in tho sligbest degre
to injuro the finest sot of teeth.
Do not throw your monoy away, and hav
your teeth extracted by dentists because the
nebo you, but CURE YOURSELF by usin'
Hall's Anodyne for thc Cure of Toothacho. Fo
salo by all first-class Druggists, or by
DR. EDWARD HALL,
3(1 John St., New York.
Messrs. J. WINCHESTER k CO., 3G Joh
street, New York, Wholcsalo Agents.
Price 25 Vente.
Fob 12 oinfM.A.A.) 7
NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Mullarky Brothers,
Wlioleiale and Retail Dealers
-IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
262 Broad Street,
?A.TJC3-TTST-A.3 GEO.,
At thc Store Lately Occupied by
f. KAHN & CO.
? ? E TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
thanking our friends for that liberal share of
their patronage extended to UR while connected
with the late firm of GRAY, MULLARKY ic. Co.,
hoping, ly close attention to business and fair
dealing, we may still merit u continuance of the
same.
Ono of our Firm is now and will constantly re
main in NEW YORK, and will BUT ALL OUR
GOODS FOR CASH EXCLUSIVELY, which
will enable us to
SELL AS LOW, IF NOT LOWER,
! THAN ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA. It ii
unnecessary to enumerate the different Goods in
tho several Departments. Suffice it to say wc
aro now DAILY RECEIVING and OPENING
NEW GOODS, which we offer to our friends and
the public at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Owing to the GREAT DECLINE in all classos
of DRY GOODS!
All Order; entrusted to our care shall have our
immediate and most careful attention.
ONE PRICE ONLY,
' ,i . AND .
CHEAP FOR CASH!
jferAU PorceU DELIVERED FREE OF
CHARGE in any portion of tho City or Hamburg
MULLARKY BROTHESS.
AUSTIN MULLARKY | JAS. II. MULLARKY.
Augusta, Jan 2S Im?
NEW GOODS.
Very fino Black Alpacca,
Very Uno Black Mohair,
Plain Poplins, very cheap,
Very fine White Alapacca,
Brown Table Damask,
White Table Damask,
Large lot of Towel.?, very cheap,
Hoop Skirts, the very best,
Coriolis, all mc?, good and cheap
Jaconet Muslins,
Swiss Muslin?,
Nainsook Muslin?,
Wide soft finished Cambrick,
Tucked Linen Collars,
Tucked Linen Cuffs.
The above goods ore just lo hand and for sale
chop.
The public are respectfully Invited to examine
the satue.
JAMES A. GRAY 4 CO.,
22S Broad Street.
Augusta, Jan. 30_-tf_5_
SPLENDID STOCK
-OF
NEW GOODS
J. A. VANWINKLE, '
HA S now on hand a SPLENDID and FASH
IONABLE Stock of
Fine Black Cloth Frock COATS ;
" Business S li ITS :
Msdiuin line Burine?* SUITS;
Commun tl". do.
Fine and Common OVERCOATS!
Fine Bleck Caisimcrc PANTS ; '
" Fancy db. do.
" '. Silk Velvet VESTS ;
" Black il... do. do.
" Sill; VESTS;
'. Fancy do. do.
" Black CasMintre VESTS.
MERCHANT TAILORING.
The Subscriber still continues thu MER
CHANT TA I LOBING BUSINESS, and has on
hand a splendid Stock o? CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, VESTINGS, (ino BEAVER, English
CORDUROY, and all kinds of Good?, which
will bo nada to uicu-ure in ibo MOST FASII
IONADLE STYLES.
-ALSO
. SHIRTS, all Undi of UNDER GARMENTS.
TIES, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, Half HOSE.
P-pcr and Liuun CULLA RS, Hair BRUSHES
and COM HS, ic , Av-.
?ir-k\\ Good* fold at tho LOWEST CASH
PRICES.
J. Ai VANWIXKLE,
.2.10 JJrontI Street,
Under Central Hotel,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Nov ll SmilS
FOR SALE,
THE PLANTATION formerly owned by
Capt lt. MERIWETHER. Thu PLAN
TATION is situated in Edgolitdd District, four
miles from Curryton, and about thirteen from
Hamburg, S. C.
This Plantation contains SIXTEEN HUN
DRED AND TWELVE ACRES, and adjoins
lands of Samuel ^Oetzen, John Adams, James
Callison, Thomas MoKia and ofhors. It-will bc
divided into Tracts to suit purchaser?, Bnd will
bo sold at privato sile on very favorablo terms.
f?fBor further particulars, apply to Messrs.
GARV k HARV, Attorneys, who aro fully empow
ered to sell, niako titles, ?c., kc.
Jan U 3m 3
Errors ol" Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, . Prematnre Decay, and all the
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send freo to all who need
it, the recipe and direclionBfor making tho simple
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by tho advertiser's experience can do
so by addressing, in porfect confidonce,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Codar St., Now York.
May 27 ly 22
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN OR DINAH F.
Ex Parte L. D.PADGET, Administrator, Petition
that the proporty of R. W. ADAMS, deceased
he re-appraised.
ON tho Application of L. D. Padget, Adminis
trator of R. W. Adams, decoosed, These aro
to cite snd admonish all and singular the next oi
kin of said dee'd, as also all and singular tho pur
chasers of property at tho sale of said estate aud
all and singular the creditors thorcof to bo and
appear in roy offioe on Thursday, tho 10th day o?
March next, to show c*uso, if any they have, why
the salo bill of said Estato should not bo revised
and thc truo value of property ascertained with a
viow to tho final settlement of said Estate.
. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Feb. 17 ?t S
King of Pain !
?UST Received a supply of tho KING Ol
PAIN. For salo by
THOS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Fob 2 fi tf fl
Itch Ointment,
ARRANTED TO CURE. Just rcceicvci
and for Bale by
G. L. PENN.
Fob. IS If 8
W
AUGUSTA S
Noi 15 Washington Street
J?TJGcTJSr.
THE SUBSCRIBER has just received t
ENGLISH and AMERICAN
GARDEN AND
Which cannot be surpassed for quality and
ALSO-ONION SETS, Red and 1
KENTUCKY BLUE, ORCHARD and I
AJLSO--Tho Celebrated Early Goodri
Pennsylvania Gourd Seed and other early
O^rCountry Merchants and Farmers suj
ages, from one ounce to a pound, sent by n
Augusta, Jan 6
^??DR?G^STOREI?
NV>. 1, Park How,
Edgefleld, S. C.
T\lE Subscriber takes pleasure in announcing
to tho citizens of Eugene! J that he is now re
ceiving and opening a LARGE and VARIED
Stock of
DRUGS,
MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
PAINTS,
OILS, J
GLASS j
PERFUMERY,
TOILET ARTICLES, ?
BRUSHES, ,
STATIONERY,;
&C., A.C.
These Goods wero seloctod in person from
tho best Houses in the City of New York, and
are marked as hw as such Goods can bo sold in |
this market
His motto will be " QUICK. SALES AND ,
SMALL PROFITS," and a firm adherence to
the CASH SYSTEM.
Ci?" Cash Customers will find it to their inte
rest to trade at thc New Drug Store.
Jg?*Don't ask for credit-not even for a day
-as I am determined to sell for CASH-AND )
FOR CASH ONLY.' Z" ;
^SB*An inspection ol' my Stock is earnestly so
licited!
T, W. CARWILE. ;
' Jan 7 ': . ."if 2 '
I
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK- |
NAN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing |
remedy for all Diseuses of the Digestive Organs 1
and the Livor. For sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of the Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For salo by all Druggists.
DON'"' FAIL TO TRY THE CELE
BRATED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, an unfailing
remedy for all Diseases of tho Digestive Organs
and the Liver. For sale by all Druggists.
GUANO!
CASH, OK CREDIT FOR APPROVED
CITY ACCEPTANCE.
j\.S wo are constantly receiving GUANO which
can be shippod without tho expense of storage
and other expenses, und in or?er to increase our
sales for Cash, to meet heavy payments, we hare
determined to reduce our prices at Savannah and
Augusta $5 per ton, for all ORDERS ACCOM
PANIED WITH THE MONEY. Our prices
will therefore Vu unilorui, as follows :
PHOJVIX GUANO.
Imported direct to Savannah from McKean's
Island. Price, per tuu of 2,000 lbs. at Savannah,
$50 Cash, or $62 payable 1st November ; at Au
gusta, $55 dib, or $70 payable 1st November.
Wilcox, Gibbs &, Co's. Manipulated
Guano.
A mixture of PHCI?NIX and PERUVIAN, well
pulverized and mixed under our rersonal super
vision. Price at Savannah, $05 per ton of 2,000
lbs., Cash, or $S0 payable 1st November : a< Au
gusta, $70 Cash, or $s? payable 1st November.
Pure No. I Peruvian Guano,
Direct fruin Peruvian Agent, ut lowest market
price at Sk van uah und Augusta, for CASH.
$SSV*We would ad viso those who wish to buy
GUANO on timo, to apply at once as drafts must
bc executed, and approved, or other satisfactory
arrangement? cU'eeted beferc shipments nrc made
Orders solicited nr.d promptly filled. Addrcus
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN GUANO
Nu. yo liny strict, Savannah, or
No. 241 Broad St., Augusta.
Augusta, Jan 20 3m A
Boot and Shoo Business
For 1868 !
THE Subscriber returns his vrai most thanks to
thc people of Edgefleld and vicinity for tho
generous patronage extended to him during the ,
paJt year, ?md will, by prompt and faithful at
tention to :he wishes of his customers, strive to
?erit a continumco of their fuvors.
Ho will carry on tho BOOT and SHOE BUSI
NESS at his cid stand, in rear of the Post Office,
und is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
linc, in tho BEST STYLE and with tho BEST
MATERIAL.
?ST'Priccs to correspond with thc times.
E$>"Tenns, STRICTLY CASH. No work
will bc suffered to leave the Shop until paid for.
W. D. RAM EY.
Jau 1_tf 1
Ordinary's Office,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
January 2Sth, 1SC8.
ALL EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS
aud GUARDIANS who have received their
appointments of tho Court of Ordinary, aro re
quired, in conformity with the Acts of tho Gene
ral Assembly of this State, to render Inventories
and Appraised Account Sales, and Anntlal Re
turns of tho Receipts and Disbursements of tho
Assets of tho several Estates committed to their
charge, until thc entire Es ates have boen settled
up with all parties interested in such Estate.
I therefore notify all Executors, Administra
tors and Guardians to make their RETURNS
FORTHWITH, and thereby suvo me the un
pleasant duty of issuing Ruh? against them at
tin I y COSt.
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
Jan 20 tf 6
Fisk's Metallic
Burial Cases.
JUST recoived a lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-of tho
latest styles.
Also, on hand, of my own manufacture and
finish, a benutiful assortment of MAHOGANY,
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS.
All of which I ara selling at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
M. A. MARKERT,
Next door to Advertiser Office.
Jan IA tf I
Estate Notice.
ALL persons having claims against tho Estate
of W. E. MIDDLETON, doe'd., are notified
to present tho s nm o to tho undersigned without
delay, and those indebted to said Estoto are re
quested to pay up forthwith.
J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm'or
Oct. 9, 1867 *ly 41
BED STORE,
-One Door South of Broad,
i SPLENDID STOCK of FRENCH,
FIELD SEEDS,
variety in the Southern Market.
Mite CLOVER, LAWN GRASSES,
?EARD GRASSES and LUCERNE.
ich and Harrison IRISH POTATOES,
CORN, EGYPTIAN MILLET, fcc.
jplied as low as elsewhere. Small pack
lail free of postage.
?. PEMBIiE.
3m 2
Ye Old Customers !
i - '
L TAKE THIS METHOD of announcing to
you that I am still at my old stand, where I am
:onducting the same old line of business, which
:omprises the usual assortment of
SHELF AND HEAVY
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
ALSO,
Tin T^are,
?Vhich I manufacturo in all its Styles and Pat
terns.
WOOD WARE,
A large assortment, such as Buckets, Tubs and
Pails.
COOKING AND HEATING
StQv?s.,.
Among which aie tho justly famous Cook Stoves
" DIXIE," " SUMTER," " GOOD SAMARI
TAN," "SOUTHERN STATES" and "PIRE
SIDE." These S to vos are adapted to Southern
Housekeepers, and there should be one in every
'amity in order to facilitate and make Cooking
?asy.
Cali and make a close inspection of the Goods
md Prices before you go further.
I am not paying $2000 a year for rert ot
Sh-re as many o'hers aro. Bear this in mind, as
:hese expenses are not to be added to prices p lid
by you.
WM. ???LL,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Oct 6 tf 41
DEALERS IS
STOVES, GRATES,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PUMPS,
&c., &c, &c.,
265 B?'oad Street, Augusta, Ga,
WE invito the attention of the public to our
well selected Stock, embracing several patterns
of FIRST CLASS COOKING STOVES, among
which will be found
Thc Olive Brauch,
The Henry Clay,
The Comforter,
The Hearthstone,
The Housekeeper.
THE AUGUSTA COOK, a new and beautiful
Stove, manufactured expressly for us to supply
tho wants of our people. It being lower in price
than others, brings it within the rcuch of many
who arc unablo to get more expensive ones.
In addition to our large Stick of Cooking
Stoves, wo have all sixes of HEATING STOVES,
GRATES for coal or wood, PORTABLE RA
DIATING GRATES, FURNACES, Ac, ie.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of every
variety, may always b? lound in aur Stock.
Oar facilities for ROOFING and GUTTER
ING, or MANUFACTURING TIN and SHEET
IRON WARE arc unsurpassed. This depart
ment tl under tho personal supervision of our
Sonior Partner, who is a practical Tinner of 32
years' experience in this City.
SCOFIELD, WILLIAMS A CO.,
?G5 Broad Sired, Augusta, Ca.
Oct 22 ?rn 4.1
DENNIS' SARSAPARILLA !
THE PUREST AND THE BEST !
FOR DISEASES OF THE LIVER. FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, OR 'PUiilFYINO
TUE BLOOD !
.^f-For salo by tho Druggists.
Aug 23 tf 35
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!
OF
A Lis DESCRIPTIONS
AT
PLATT Mi
'5
(FORMERLY* C. A. PLATT k CO.,)
211 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
HAVE aii<J arc constantly receiving tb<
best assortment of FURNITURE that has cvei
been in this market.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS,
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITS,
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS.
CHAIRS, SOFAS, TETE-A-TETE,
CENTRE TABLES,
SIDEBOADS,
EXTENSION TABLES, of all lengths.
We particularly call thc attention of pureba
sers to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBEI
SUITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
Our Manufacturing Dcpartmcn
Is still in operation. Spocial Ordors will b
promptly attended to. REPAIRS DONE I?
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ITpItoIstcriiifT Department.
FAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTS
REPS, TERRY and SPRINGS, and all article
suitablo for Manufacturers, which wc offer at Lc
Prices.
Window Shades.
A largo Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of ev?
ry stylo and pattern, from tho Cheapest to tb
Finest, with all the New Style Fixtures.
Undcrtakf-r's Department,
Superintended by s competent man. COFFIN*
of all Descriptions and Quality. METALI
CASES and CASKETS, of the moet improve
stvlcs, furnished at all hours during tho Day <
Night.
UNDERTAKERS can be supplied with TRIfii
MINGS.
Augusta, Oct 23 6m 43
UNIVERSALIST HEMM
NOTASULGA, ALA.
JOHN C. BURRUSS, Editor k Proprietor.
Terms, $2,00 por Year in Advance.
THIS PAPER has entered upon its 16th Vc
uno. It is tho Organ of tho Universali
denomination in the South and Southwest. Ti
it a year. Money can be sent by mail, at tl
risk of the editor.
Fob 24 lm 9
YOUR INTERESTS ARE AT STAKE,
BUY THB
PURE FLOUR OF RAW BONE,
MANUFAGTUKED AT
MARIETTA, Gr A.,
AND GUARANTIED TO BE PURE.
t^*It ia ono of tho Best Fertilizers for Gar
dona. _
For salo by
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
No 6, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga
Jan 27 'tf 5
J, W, BACON & BROr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF .
Saddles, Harness,
Leather, Trunks,
RUBBER ABD LEATHER BELTING,
WOOD HAMES, WHIPS,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
SHOE FINDINGS,
French and American Calf Skins,
And All Other Rinds of Leather,
?C., ?.C., ?3.)
169 Broad Street,
Under Augusta Hotel,, ? ?
AI7GUSTA,1GX]b.
_^E?r*SADDLES and HARNESS REPAIRED
and Made to Order. .
Augusta, Oct 7 6m41 ,
TO MILL OWNERS1:
FRENCH" BURR, ES0P?S & COLOGNE
MILL STONES,
BOLTING CLOTHS,
SMUT MACI?IN???,
.ii. ' 'Mit . ll ??1? -j Hilir. 4!?tJ
- AND ALL KINDS .OF ... .
ffli? Furnishing Were,
. /.I . _ ::fi .iJtifi 'I VJ V.>\.
Fon SALE. .
Af THE LO WEST ?ASB^ f MICE,
By WM. BRENNER, -fl
V c.% ?':v .. ' . :1Q7 Broad Strr??t,r. ;
AUGUSTA*.GEORGIA., ..j
Augusta, Jan 13 6m3
- ?gog . . ;. ; .
B. L. FULLERTON,
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
AUGUSTA, GA.,;
DEALER IN .
COKING AND HEATING
5
dec?, &c, &c.
Also, Agent for the Sale of the
II y ti ra ul ic Clothes Washer and the
Patent Union Churn.
TlIE greatest want of tho Southern Hcusx
Kccper at'present is LABOR, TIME AND
MONEY-SAVING INVENTIONS, to facilitate
and promote home comforts. Thc first and must
indispensable of these, is the CO0KTNG STOVE,
to procure which it has been my caro to select the
BEST, and such as arc most suitable fer our
market. Tho
CHIEF COOK STOVES
Aro so constructed that thc nioit perfect baking
qualities arc insured, together with economy in
tbe use of fuel, and simplicity and convenience,
which render them easily managed by any bzc,
however inexperienced. Thcso advantages havr
obtained for the Stoves a popularity unparalleled
in every section of thc country. These Stoves
are kept constantly on hand, together with thc
Charter Oak, Civilian and Texana
COOK: STOVES,
All of which aro warranted aa good operator.--.
We refer to some of tho perenna in Edgcfield
who are using thc CHIEF COOK and CHAR
TER OAK :
Mr. S. NICHOLSON,
Rev. L. R. GWALTNEY,
Mr. JULIUS DAY,
Gov. F. W. PICKER'S,
dov. M. L. BONHAM,
Mr. E. J. COLEMAN,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Rev. D. D. BRL'NSON,
Mr. J. T. BACON.
Mr. Mi LEBESCHULTZ,
And a host of others. .
^S?TBc sure and call on D. L. FULLERTON,
opposite Augusta Hotel. . No other dealers keep
the same Stoves.
Augusta, Deo 2i 4m 62
JSLEW SHOP
AND
New Tools.
GEORGIA FOUNDRY
AND
Machine Works.
KELLOCK STREET,
Augusta, Georgia.
EVERY KIND OF PLANTATION ard Mi
ning Machinery, Portable and Stationery
Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Suga"
Mills, Horse Power, Ag wei/turn 1 Implements
Shafting, Pullies, Hanger?, Couplings, and al
kinds of Iron and Wood Working-Machine-?
built to order on short notice. All kinds ?f
Machinery
Promptly repaired, and all Vmds of BRASS at ?
IRON CASTINGS furnished.
^GIVE US A TRIAL.
IIUSE & NEAL.
Augusta, Dec 17 3m ? 51
TO OWNERS OF WATER POWER, MI
SEATS, 4c.
THE Subscriber would respectfully annoir '..
that ho is now prepared-to SURVEY,*! I
CATE and PUT IN OPERATION ANY Kl? ?
OF MILLS or MACHINERY, prcpeUed I ,
cither Water or Steam.
Added to a lifetime's oxpcrieuco (IC year.?
which is recorded in this'Tand adjoining-District* 1
he has sinco tho war been to the North inspoci :;...
and studying the latest improvements in his lr, j
and has mado his selection in Steam Engi ....
Water Wheels, Model Flouring, Grist and ' Sw*
Mills.
He now possesses aU the latest Impr cment:
worth having, at Maker's prices,-which lui
provements he will guarantee to give satisfueik
when put in oporation by himself, et und? hts
superintendence.
Residence, Six miles below Pine House on- the
Aiken Road. Post Office, Grantville, S. C.
SAItPL. BAKER,
Mechanical Engineer and Millwright.
Oct 22 . tf . 4? -
_'_'
Administrator's Notice.
ALL persons having any demands again:-1 thc
Estate ot WM. R. SALTER, dcc.'d., will
prosont tho same, properly attested, by or before
Wednesday, tho 22d April next, as on that dr.;.- :i
final scttlcmout will bo made, in the Ordinary'<
Office, on said Estate. Those indebted to :
Estate will pay up forthwith, or the AdmbV
tors will be forced to place all such claimi ;
suit. M. M. PADGET, Ad'or.
Jau. 22 3m ?

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