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"She Always Made Home Happy."
?f "nh old'churchyard stood a stone,
Weather marked and stained.
The hand of time had crumbled it,
So only part remained.
Upon m?o side I could just traee
. " In memory of our mother ;"
An epitapli which spoke of "home"
Was chis: lcd on the other.
' I'd ghzed on monuments of fame,
High t?wer?ttg to the skies ;
, I'd seen thc sculptural marble-stone
"Where a-crrb.it hero lies :
But by this epitaph I paused,
And read it o'er and o'er.
For I had never seen inscribed
Much words as these before.
" She always made home happy." What
A noble record left !
A legacy of memory sweet
To those she loved, bereft.
And'what it testimony -riven
By those who knew her best,
Engraven on this plain, rude stone
'. That marked their mother's rest.
It was an humble resting place.
I knew that they were poor,
But they had seen* their mother sink,
And patiently endure.
They had marked her cheerful spirit,
When bearing, one by one.
Her many burdens up the hill,
'Till all her work was done.
So. when was stilled her weary heart,
Folded ber hands so white,
And she waa camed from the home
She'd always made so bright,
nor children raised a monument
That moue - could not buy,
. As witness ol a noble life
Whose ; Boord is on high.
A noble life ! but written not
. ' In any book of fame,
Among the Hst of noted ones
None ever saw her name.
For only her own household knew
The victories she had won,
And none but they eould testify
How well her work was done.
.Better than costly monument
Of marble rich and rare,
Is that rude stone whose humble lace
Such words of honor bear.
Oh ! may wo chisel on the hearts
Of those ofw hom we love
An epitapli whose truth maj' bo
Witnessed for us above.
A Temperance Story.
Judge Ray, the temperance lec
turer, in one of his efforts, got off the
following hit at "moderate drinkers:"
"All those who in youth acquire
the habit of drinking whiskey, at
forty years of age will be total ab
stainers or drunkards. No person
can use whiskey for years with mod
eration. If there is a person in the
.audience before me whose experience
disputes this, let him make it known.
I will account for it, or acknowledge
that I am mistaken."
A tall, large man arose, and fold
ing his arms" across his breast, said :
"lofter myself as one whose own
experience contradicts your state
men ts."
"Are you a 'moderate drinker?"
asked the ^udge.
"I am."
" How long have you drank in
moderation?"'
" Forty years." .
" And were never intoxicated?"
" Never."
" Well," remarked the judge, scan
ning his subject from head to foot,
" yours is a singular case ; yet I
think it is easily accounted for. I
am reminded by it of a little story.
A colored man, with a loaf of bread
an 1 a bottle of whiskey, sat down to
dine on the bank of a clear stream
In breaking the bread he dropped
some of the crumbs into the water.
These were eagerly seized and eaten
by the fish. That circumstance sug
gested to the darkey the idea of dip
ping the bread into the whiskey ant
feeding it to them. Ile tried it, it
worked well. Some of the fish ate ol
. it, became drunk, and floated .help
less on the surface. In this way fie
easily caught it large number. But
in the stream was a large fish, v ry
unlike the rest. It partook freely ol
the bread and whiskey, wi.th' no per
ceptible effect. It was shy of eyefey
effort of the darkey to take if. Ht
resolved to have it at all hazards!
that he might learn his name and na
ture. He procured a net, -aud. aftei
much dior: caught it, carried it to a
colored neighbor, and.asked his opin
ion in the mat:er. The other sur
veyed the wonder a moment, and
. then said: "Sambo, I understands dis
case.. Dis fish is a mullet head* it
ain't got any brains." "Ju oihei
words," added the judge, "alcohol
affects only the brains, and, of course,
those having none may drink with
out injury.''
The storm of laughter which fol
lowed drove the "moderate drinker"
suddenly from the house.
w. i mil
"Tko Lamp Maa,"
Successor to the Late Wm. Hill,
193 Broad Street,
A-Ttgiista, Ooo.
~X\T J. FAIHt, "Tho Lunn Man."
t > . Suce* ;si?r to thc late W.n. Hill,
193Broad Street, (opposite th?* French
Store.) h:i< secured the services of (he
long and favorably known J. A. GUR
LEY, and will continue to keep
Ala? ??? E vc r y ? st ! ii
(except Dry Goods,) that has ever beer,
foana in any one Store in the Southern
Suites, from a Needle to a Plow.
CROCKERY, GLASS.
TIN'and WOODEN WARE,
CUTLERY and PLATED WAUK,
LAMPS, Kamo CHIMNEYS,
K ER* >SEXE and M A< '11 ? \ K < > I r.s.
Aild expect ; ;.. keep u?> hi-; former repu
tation for Soiling Cheap and Telling tin
Trot li.
?..'Lookout for his FL?CS over tin
Street.
Augusta, Oct 4 8m -ll
Georgi?. Linie & Fertilizer Co.
OKI KR their "SHELL LIME" to the
Pi miing public in full confidence o;
its exe Renee as a
Permanent iff.inure.
It wan'extensively used the past year
on Wit ?at Corn md Cotton, and has giv
en entire satisfaction, as is shown by:
"n.imb c of certificates from some of th
best p niters in < ?eorgia and So. Carolina.
Our X.XX IA M E is equal to any in the
mark t for lill Mason's purposes, and
from its whiteness, superior to any other
foi whitewashing and for hard i??shiug
walls.
Our price for Fertilizing Lime is Si "?.O'
per ton. Cadi, pur up in Casks or Bar
reis, delivered in the City of Augusta, or
ai any ' ading on the Savannah River,
-filie price of XXX or Mason's Lime is
?2,00 per Barrel, delivered as above.
COLES BL SIZER,
' No. 14, McIntosh Street, Augusta, Ga.
- AGJJXT : M. H. Mu?s, Johnson's Depot
;, Aug 8 6m 33
Kinsman & Howell\
Factors and Commission
Merchants*
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores*
Charleston* S. C.
Sept? 4m : 37
Ties! Tics!
125 BUNDLES ARRO Wand ??f?
r: |OR TIES, and for sale at the lowest
market price. JAM ES E. COORT.
- GrnnitevTUo, S. C., Sept. 20,- im J39*
,. To ?Si?iK^
rp HE PLAXJATION.^on wiiich Mr.
X'Josias lanham resides.. Apply on
the premise^, or to Dr. ?. G. Meriwether.
Woodlawn, rVe?'i '
Cet 4 VJ 3t j 'il ?
LYaluablc Cotton and Grain
FOR SALE!
I. HE Subscriber will sell at public
luction, at Edgefield C. H., on Sale-day
n November next, his VALUABLE
l'LAN'l\vrH>^>'ontaimn? A
1??5 Acres.
Aird aclirbi?innS T^dsjpf Capt. B. T?
Mini*. ;Tas. P. Wells. Wr A.-ColIort, Col:
W. TI. Mo?s. R. Cantelou and others.
Those Lands arc noteA.frr,vthP'r ie.rtiU j
tv, and superior adaptability to either
Cotton or Grain crops. And those seek
ing good farming Lands will do woR to
r>xamin--> this llantation, and inspect thc
rrops raised thereon the present year.
About 200 Acres of this Tract are in
cultivation-whilst thc balance is in na
tive forest and well grown old field pine.
And the entire Tract is well watered by
?printrs and running streams.
On tho premises are comfortable don bio
Cabins, new Barn and Stables, new Gin
House- with an Utley Press, Bottom's
Horse Power and a good Gin.-Black
smith Shop, . ith a new set of Tools, &c.
-Also.
I will also sell at public outcry, at the
snrae time und place, if not previously
disposed of at private sale, nw Desirable
HOTTER A NP LOT pi th?-:Town ?,orj
Ed afield, in which I ' now'reside, fta
ioining Mai. Z. W. Carwilc, Cen. R. G.
M. Dunov?nt, Capt. Lewis Jones, Br;
M. W. Abnev and others.
The Dwollling is large, onmmodious
and conveniently arranged-and hasre-J,
contiv been put in thorough repair and
handsom?ly painted insido and o?t. On
tho premises are all necessary outbuild
ings, all of which are in good condition
-with new Fences enclosing the entire
Lot. The Lot contains some ten or twelve
A cres of L md, which is in a high and
successful state of cultivation.
TERMS-For both Plantation and
Town Residence, One-Third Cash, and
the balance on one and two years credit,
in equal annual instalments,' with inter
est from date of sale, and a mortgage of |
the premises to secure the purchase
mon ev.
C. A. CHEATHAM.
Oct. 4 4t 41
EXECUTORS' SALE
OF . I
REAL ESTATE.
BY Virtue of an Order from tho Court
of Probate for said County, we will
sell at EdgelieldC. H., to tho highest bid
der, on the first Monday in November
next, tho followine LANDS belonging
to the Estate of MARSHALL FRAZIER
late of said County, dee'd., viz:
ONE TRACT OF LAND at Island
Ford, on Big Saluda River, known as
the Home Tract, containing Six Hundred
and Ninety-six Acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of Lod Hill, J. II. Brooks
and others.
Also.
ONE OTHER TRACT at Island Ford,
known as the River Tract, containing
Fight Hundred and Fifty-nine Acres,,
more or less, adioininglam'ls of Jeremiah
Cooper,-Beard, the Home Tract and
others. - . .j
The above Lands are " verv 'valuable
and productive, have good improve
ments, and aro in a high state of culti
vation. A rare opportunity is hero offer
ed to persons wishing real estate to pur
chase the best plantation in Edgelield
County.
Also.
THE HOMESTEAD -whereon the said
Marshall Frazier, resided at thc time of
his death, at Edgofiold Court\House,
with aliout Seventy-live Acres of land
attached This is uno ol* the most hand
some residences at Edgefield,' and- the
place is admirably improved otherwise.
Also.
ONE TRACT OF LAND lying on
Beaver Dam ('reek, containing Two |
Hundred and Fifty-seven Acres, inore or
less, adjoining landa itt' A. A.; Glover.
A. J. Norris, E.. J-. Vouogbl?ud and
others.
Also.
THF T.AHOF STORE HOUSE in
Edgefield Village formerly occupied by
Frazier A- Sanders. '. jg
%J? <L? V?' \fj!&f * "*
THE STORE HOUSE on the South
west corner ol' ?icv Pubdfc'iSqiu'ire,'.a;
Edgofield village, axgoinlng tho present
stand ot' B. C. Bryan.
TERMS.-One-third Cash. -Balance
on a credit of one and two yearst in equal
annual instalments tTt * Bp tCi'?st^?ro?i i
day of salo. Thc <fTdit"^(i-tiorjio!' pur
chase money to h<f sauren ?^moT?g??ge*"
>:' :.?.- -aid lauds. Purchasers to uav lbj
titles and stamps. \M?
W. H. FRAZIER,
\V. A. SANDERS,
: Executors'.'
Septet . . 7t .. a?.- -.-J
?iesid?nee ?PQY Saii?.
?HE Subscriber Ls desirous of selling
lils VALUABLE RFSIDFNCF. iii
the Town of Edgefield, and will si-ll at a
bargain and on reasonable terms. TI ir
Dwollingis large and comfortable, and
. ?nvetllcntly located ; thc out buildings.
Kitchen, Smoke House, Barn and Sta'
blcs, arc all in good order; and thc Lain!
ittttehed to the promises (12 Acres,) is
. cry valuable and produces well.
!5d- If you wish a desirable Town
residence, and one at lou- figures, upplv
soon. JOHN COLGA N. '
Oct. ll tf 42
Public S?le.
"Vin LL be sold at public sale, on Tucs
y T day, Oct. 31st, lS71j at ll o'clock.
Xi M., at tho place occupied by o O
Lynch, one mile from .Mile.-;' Mili, on the
'. C. & A. Railroad, in Edgefield Coun
y. the above named Place, containing
?33 Acres of good Pino Land, linne]
renee. On tha plac?is a good House/and
di iicci?ss?irr ooroMiIdings, in ?noel re
.air. pyer 1000 choice 'Knut Tri '- in
?ll bearing, uxeelleiil well and springs
>f giMul water. Ternis, "one-half :cash ;
Bilanoo in twelve months.
-Als ?, will Pe sold al the same time and
?lace; tho CROP; STOCK and TOOLS on
.aid Place, consisting in part of Corn,
. r. J lay, ..me Bay Maro, Hogs, Ac.
l'cr?ll ? ( 'ash.
Sept 27 ?t 40
ll 8. Internal Kevenue,
A>s' i- Asson'sOFFICK, 3d lus. S.C.
COTJTCWRI \, 5th Oct. 1S7L
[.vrOTICE is horcby given to all parlies
Lil interested, that the following d o
.(.ribed packages of Spirits have been
. i/o I lor violation ol' loo United State
internal Bevcrtuc laws', and that i ion?ls
costs of au action in thc, LT. S. Court
>r forfeiture must bc tiled in tho Collect
or's Office 3rd District S. C., in thirty
lays from this date, br tho property will
es* ! under the provisions of Section
?Yet .July 13th, 1806:
Ono (34) Thirty Four (?allon Barrel
spirits.
One (41) Forty-One Gallon Barrel Spir
ts, seized near Distillery of Wm. A Ua
ra v. Beech Island, 3rd September, ?87I,
(ino cut; Thirty Gallon Barrel Spirits,
One (43) Forty Throe ('allon Barro]
spirits, seized two miles from Distillery
?f Wm. Attaway, Beech Island. Edgo
icld County, South Carolina, 3rd Sep
tember, 187?.
G. A. DARLING,
Asst. Assessor and Special Deputy,
1st Division, 3d Dis. S. Cv
Oet. ll, " St 42
jVolice.
THOSE desirous of ridingin the Grand
Tournament, which is ?o,-mk? place
it the State Fair, at Co Ul tn bi Us H c., on
Wednesday the 8th day of.November,
proximo, between the hours of li' and I,
wiU please correspond with Mr. T. Has
oll Gibbes, Secretary of this Board, who
will inform them as to the rules, regula
tions, and all mattersTiertalning th'efCt?.
A. C. HASKELL** *4'jTl\
M. C. BUTLER, %7\f\?\V
J. B. PALMER,
THOMAS TAYLOR;''- .'
WILLIAM WA LL AGE, . -
- Managers.
Oct. ll 2t 42
Saw.Miller Notice ! ,
IH F price of Lumber at my Mill from
, aud aft ci- .this- dato; vii Urbe *s follows
c^?&auVl $lO,^?Aslic?Aflf;livbifv ht trio
M,,.. n .W.^Ap^.
tj 0 BALES of OLD BAOOTNO, care
'ully selected, for Sale at 6 cfs. per pound.
)rders Solicited.
'JAMESE.COOT^
O'ranitovillc, S.' C. Sept. 20 lui 30
r fn^^HrivarVsale, thff^DAXTA
L"TATLQ^ cm ,ydiicdv,TJ?eophiJ?wj'Dfan
LOW lives, contaim^ig'2^Acr<^flmerA0r
ess." . iL'.W.J*ADDISOI?v I
Cotton Faetors,
Commission Merchants,
O?lk-c No. C, McIntosh Street, ^
AUGUSTA, ha A., < \
"YT j" . ?
|\ ILL giro their sjgct attention to
t!ie Storage and Sale of Cotton and other
Produce ojv?onmiission.
" Will furnish Planters with Groceries,
Bagging, Ties, etc., at market rates.
And will mako thousiial; advances on
produce consigned to ut? . '. . ,
AV. GRAHAM,
"o.'N. BUTLER'.
Sc ot 6 Bm.] 3G
?3?*AbbcviIlo Press & Banner and
Laureusville Herald will copy ? months
and forward account.
0( ITTON STATES
Mechauical aud Agricultural
FAIR ASSQCIATfON,
TlIE SECOND Grand Annual EX
IHP.ITION opens Tuesday, Octohcr 31st,
15-71,-continuing Five Days.
* Over $15,000 iu Premiums.
$4,600 ou Field Crops.
$2,150 iu Purses for Speed of |
Horses. V
Grand Tournament, &c.
For Premium List and Information,
address
E. H. GR AV, See'ry.,
Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Sept 20 6t ._39^
"LEWIS JONE S
WITH
i
lil
COTTON FACTORS
And
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Have Thia Day Removed to
No. 5, McIntosh St.,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
(Opposite our former placo of business.)
WlIERE we/have the most ample
Open and Close Storage of any in the
City, which is strictly Fire-Proof.
Consignments Solicited. ^
Taos. J. JENNINGS, ]
.Josjipn T. SiriTH, \
WM V. CKAWFOKD. J
Augusta, Sept. 1,1871. 3m 3S
J
ll j LAIW)
CORN, &c.
5 Hogsheads Bacon SIDES,
25 Hhds. Bacon SHOULDERS,
25 Hhds. D. S. SIDES,
20 Hhds; D. S. SHOULDERS,
IO Tierces HAMS, "
'2'i Tierces LARD,
tiOO Bola FL?UR-varions grades,
10 Car Loads CORN,
?0 Hhds. Demorara SUGAR,
??5 Hhds. Light Brown SUGAR,
100 Barrels Crushed, Powdered and
' fyam?ated.SUGAR,
100 Bbls. A and Extra C,
100 Bags Rio COFFEE,
50;Ba#3_Laguayra^COFFEE; . > v
. agPi?kl;ts fold Gu vc rill noni IA VA
^^O^ON^S^APf* " "
^OO-Bojp^TARCH,
'-75-Bo4rt?s?SCrr3?f.
Also, a full assortment of BUCKETS,
BROOMS, SHIRTING, SHEETING,
BTRIPB& ?gY?tgS, PEPPER, SPICE,
Ac. lu. E[c"r/'!ai^^r sale hy
]Ti M. O'DQWD.
Sept 13 ti' 38
CHAS. BAKKU. JOMJN U. ANSI/I:Y.
BAKER I ANSLEY.
(Successors to Baker, Miller A Vet.,)
GROCERS
-Ami
Dealers in Produce,
NO. 2(57 Broad Street,
A U O U S T A , G E O R G I A.
THE Undersigned have associated
'themselves together, timlor.the name
.did style of BAKER A ANSLEY, for
tjie continuation of a
KoB?er;tl i^rocc ^r and Com
mission Business,
At tho old Stand of our Senior member,
No. Broad Street, where wo will
lake great pleasure in again seeing our
many patrons and friends, and offering
them a'selection from our large .?tocks ni
ORO CK lt I ES, BAGGING, HOPE.
TIES, SALT, UACON, PROVISIONS,
LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, FLOUR, Au.
Wo have also the AgeitcV lor the sale
t?f Um well known FKRT? LIZERS, ini
mtrted and prepared hy Wilcox, Gil?,
A Ci?., viz :
Pheonix Guano,
^'?cox. Gibbs <v- (.'.i's Mjii?prffi?^Bd
O tumo,
Guano, Sall and Plaster Compound,
Peruvian Guaiioj Lissi,lved Bone. Plas
te r, Ac.
Tlie qualities are guaranteed, and or
iels will command our immediate atten
tion.
CHARLES BAKER,
.IOUN I'. ANSLEY.
Augusta, Sept 13 2m 38
AUGUSTA HOTEL.
HUIIPHY & .HAY, Proprietors.
W
E take this opportunity of returning our
thank? to thu citizens of Edge-field for their
past kindness to us.
Our House is thoroughly rcr.ovnud fur PU M
MER ACCOMMADATION^-Rooms large
and airy, ind Table alway.- supplied with thc
?cst tho market affords.
Wa will b? pleaded io ^relooao our EdgnCeld
friends and customers, and whl use every
..flori to render their sojourn ' with unpleas
ant and agreeable. . ! '
AU[:UFU. Mar 29 ?,mU
SEW GOODS ARRIYft'ti
? UST received the following articles:
Fine Cognac BRANDY,
y?ffgs O^ttP, WHISKEY, nine
years-'old, - - *" '
.1 Barrais Pure Rye WHISKEY,
SUI : A lt and COFFEE,
SYRUP and MOLASSES,
"^SiM^i^i^l^lKiiids,_.
Fine TJGAS,,CANDY.
?Sfi^W and many oihor articles
, The public are respectfully invited to
call upon me at NpV3F Park Row, Sign ok
oulfcfa floriar. ' - . O '/I
W. A.SANDELS, |
ftlcpu^?-'' - ?. tr " pT?g^^ ,
nOjaOX r.Oj?V,- , 4M I. fr rr A Q j
.pptliYipyi cmoiGalJ?n^i-. oiW.^l ppm
\J..OIL for. buriiiuir Lamps, and yoi
^Vfl^Ttover'rt^rf!l^l^-*otll(>l.. Wc offer sinn
?ewardtofUU^ persOikjWhi. can sot thin
Oil on TO: ?? MAKKHRT A CLISBY
I ffifftfrMia tf:J!)
Manure Your ..Small .Grain ?
rpi IR STONO DISSOT/VRD- PHOS
..?JL BHATE? Mrith'eofton'Sd?d;?l?-eVf rv
instance the lost season has proved "tb bo
as good as the very best ^tiLiul.-yd l'wti
tTze rs -, ?. . .
."?ftilMfl I S'' TOMPKINS, Agt.
(O NEW BUILDING.
o
UR BUYER is now in the NORTHERN MARKETS busily engaged
sending us our Stock of
WHICH, in EXTENT, VARIETY and GENERAT. CHEAPNESS, wc intend shall
surpass anything we have ever liad the pliia.^ute ofc'sli^wi^ig qui'ciiS?onTfcrs.*' 4 j
And;in addition, wc take great pleasure;i^'?i}^ig ^a^pre haye gone td great ex
pense in fitting up our present Sales Rooui?f'bv ra ding* fino^iop l^ildinj^'fpj^y f?et{
deep, and from cellar.to top live stones high, throwing all in one. Thus giving us"an
abundance of room for thc"display of our slock, and adding greatly to thc convenience
and comfort of our Customers. Private Rooms have been added on thc first floor,
where Ladies 'from a distance can'find retirement, refresh themselves, and arrange
their toilet, without the necessity of having io go to a Hotel.
This is a want which has long been felt, .'ind-we have no. doubt will-rbe.approciated.
As to the other arrangements of our establishment, every comfort and convenience
for our: customers whilst making their purchases, also for the successful carrying on of
a large WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE, has been well studied and carried out.
The first and part of thc second fio?rs will pevuscd for ret^pm^qsee/ichere will.be
kept all thc NOVELTIES of thc season, and of which we will ncc speak now, ?s?o?r
reputation for keeping a first class STOCK OF DRY GOODS .suited to thc wants of
all classes, and at thc lowes* prices, is too well known, .by'We'?of?ra?y invit? a?l't?
call and see what we have to show them 1 his season, and judge for themselves the
great advantage of having a large stock to select from. Also, .the great, a4vanj;age^)f
plenty of room ?md good>.light, where (he whole can bo seen lo the best advantage,
and at prices' as LOW as thc LOWEST.
Thc.second, third und fuur?i storied of our new Building will bc used for wholesale
purposes, where wc will offer to CASH BUYERS a stock of Goods well suited to thc
wants of the Southern trade, and at prices a? LOW as the LOWEST. We hope
w holesale buycra purchasing in this market will give our Stock an examination, as
we know it will bo to their interest to do so.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
AT FREDERICKSBURG STORE, .
CORNER BY THE PLANTERS' HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 27 tf 40
PIERCE B. CHRISTIE,
-AT
POPE, MACK & GO'S.
Emporium of Fashion.
TO BUY TOUR
CLOTHING,
Hats, .Trunks Sc Furnishing Goods.
Announce" without j hesitation that we have in Store the Largest
''Stock of CLOTHING, HATS,:'&c, in the City.
Andean offer Greater Inducements to WHOLESALE BUYER
than any other House in Georgia.
ES^Give us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call at ?road Stree*, Augusta, Ga., under Masonic Hall,
and 2ml door below Globe Hotel.
Sept 20, 3m 39
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES AT
JESSUP'S
Wk mm
IVo. 225, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
Adjoining Merchants' and P1 ant e r|s N at i on al Bank,
THE ATTENTION of the Otreens of Edgefield and vicinity is respect
fully invited lo a Lanie Slock of Vehicles manufactured to my own order
by the'best makers in the ?ountry, comprising
GARRIALES, PHMOAS, BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS,
DEPOT AMIT PEDLER'S WAGONS,
' ' ? ?nd a very full line of
OPEN J^JSTJD TOP BUGGIES.
A S so, the Justly Celebrated
Jackson Plantation "Wagon
For Ono, Two, Four and Six Horses,-In Thimble Skein ?nd Iron Axles,
With and without Bodies,-UNSURPASSED FOR DURABILITY and
LIGHTNESS OF DRAFT !-Capacity Guaranteed !-Warm nt cd in Ma
terial and [email protected]"The Cheapest Wagon in any
Market HBa Foi-sale by
WM. C. JESSUP,
v (Successor of SHERMAN, JESSUP & Co.)
' Broad Slregt, Augusta, Ga.,
Adjoining Merchants' & Planters NSfaonal Bank.
J^^Orders by mail promptly executed. Carriages an.d Buggies, of every
'description, made to order, at shore notice, and satisfaction pledged.
Augusta, May 9 Gm 20
IS ovelties ?
GEORGE WEBER,
AS just returned from the North
with an elegant assortment of PALL
and WINTER -J
BRI GOODS..;.
To meet Hie wants ol' ;i constantly iri-j
creasing patronage, I have remodelled
th? interior of the spacious establishment
3??. S5i*oa<i street,
' -Opposite the A:?i"usia Motel, '
making it ono .-of-, thc lines! Stores in live
City. " '
.'T IfcrV'c'also origageVl the services of a
number of, polite Mia eflleicnl Salesmen,
who. will bo happy lo serve tlieir nuinc
roh.s friends iii this cohiiiiunitj',
?'.The Ladies will lind it tn their interest
to examine my Stock. They will always
"find bargains at
The Beehive Store.
dept20; '...1 V. { * '.tr ' .".ii
?. ^ofie? :-'
IS hereby given thal application will be
made at Ihojioxt session ol' Hie, Lcg
i si ativavrif'th hf Kt/itril?r iviAHttaS t'?1 n i i 1 d
a Hail road from Laurens C. ll. via Erlg?
fiold (.'. If. to ' AllCllstit,' Ort;, oi- some
point on ?l\e f^O^A, (}tyiikQad South of
EUne House Depo*. , , ,
C5?dgefiord'; S. C., Aug 7 * &?331
. 5$ *r-AND
Macmh? Shop.
Till' Undersigned would inform the
people ol' Edgefield County, that lie is
Blill ut his old stand, and i's prepared to
do all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS WORK,
I am also Mauufacturiug the,
WRIGHT'S, BANKS', ALLUM'S and'
ARMSTRONG^
hun -^S^MW^TO^' .
Thompson's
Cclcbratc^lorjsc #pwer,
Specially got up to mil Cotton nins. A
late improvement in common Gin Gear,
which rims much lighter than anv oilier
of the kind yet offered to the public.
Tho Hall
TsBB'Iinii Water Wheel,
which is eipial to anv Northern Wheel,
and al liai I* thc moilOV.
''J All' kinds of-Jill] ->'rneh1ner^ made aijd
repaired. Cotton.- ailis thoroughly re
paired.
P. MALONE.,
Augusta, Sept 20 ; ma 3?)
BUY Youri
AT
AUGUSTA, GA.
Juiy2G 3?t- 3m 31
Ti
lew Fall G-oods 1
.0
BY;..-W?BS
fr}
. .te... i
B
263 Broad Street,
?A-TTGr-TTST^, GrEOBGIA,
EG to inform their Friends and, Customers of Edge-field and vicinity
that1 the/ have now Received their EXTENSIVE STOCK of
JD RY GOODS
For ike tall Tirade of mi I
These Goods are all of the FINEST and BEST DESCRIPTION OF
QU^LTyi;thev'Purchases being very Heavy, and all for CASH, have been
bought fvvitn 'Extra Facilities and Advantages, andar? well worth the in
spection of Visitors to Augusta.
To the Cash Wholesale Trade they offer the most liberal
inducements, feeling assured that all purchases made at their Establishment
cannot fail but give complete satisfaction.
MULLARKY BROTHERS,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
Broad Street, A.ragusta3 Georgia.
Sept .13 3m 38
CHOICE
New Pall and Winter Goods.
.AUGUST DORR,
Mero liant Tailor,
AND DEALER IN
Heady Made Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
220 Broad St., A-ugusta, Ga.,
DESIRES to inform his friends, patrons and the public generally that he
has just returned from the North with the largest, best, most desirable and
complete stock of French, German and West of England
Black Broadcloths and Doe Skins.
-ALSO
Colored Cloths of all Descriptions.
Fancy Cassimeres, Beavers, Castors, Eskinnos, Edridons, Armures, Tri
cots, Meltons, Chinchillas, Fur-Beavers, Pellisions, Kerseys, Elastic, London
and Scotch Coatings, Silk Velvet and Fancy Vestings, unequalled for extent
and variety and novelty, and will be made up in the latest and most fash
ionable styles and best workmanship at the verv lowest prices.
I have, also, the finest and largest assortment of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS in the city, consisting of Shirts, Collars, Ties, Suspenders, Cashmere,
Merino. Flannel and Cotton Undershirts and Drawers ; French and English
Half Hose. Also, all sizes of Fine Kid Gloves, Rayner, Pique, Paris Cas
tor, Berlin, French Dog Skin, Buckskin, Kid Lined, Cloth and Silk Gloves.
Also, Gauntlets of every 'style and size, which I offer with a fine Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING, principally of my own manufacture, for the
inspection of the public.
AUGUST DORR,
220 Broad Street and 25 Jackson St., AUGUSTA^pA.
Sept. 13 2m 38
W. A. SANDERS,
NTo. 3, Park Bow,
SEDGEFIELD* S. C.5
-Dealer in- s,.7 .
PUKE MIT'SS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, PUTTY, GLASS. DYE STUFFS,
. BITTERS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FAN
CY ARTICLES, TOILET AND FANCY SOAPS,
CONGRESS AND VERMONT WATER,
ALL OF THE LATE AND POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY,
SEGA RS AND TOBACCO,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES,
. LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, &c,
Bogs to announce to the public that his Stock is Fii??, Complete,
Fresh aiad & rn ii znr, and all articles sold as low as the same can be
bought in any market in the Stale.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared, day and night, and warranted
from tested Medicines.
ALSO OIV M?IYD,
A Choice Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES,
Good SYRUP and MOLASSES, at low figures.
Two Barrel.- Pure VINEGAR for Pickling",
FnU ?apply of White .MUSTARD SEED, TU M ERIC, &c.
IQ ARRIVE.-A full and fresh supply of TURNIP SEED, from the
best House in the United States.
Persons visiting Edgcfield to purchase Medicines, Groceries; &c., will do
well to call at SANDERS' DRUjG STORE, and learn Iii? price*, whieli in
the e?dwill bc a saving to all purchasers.
At SANDERS' DRUG STORE yon can get anything you want o l low
prices. Call and luuk.
June 7 If 24
OLDEST .SHOE HOUSE IN TBE OTY!
Established 1820.
Boots, ?hoes. Trunks.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
IX AUGUSTA, GA., CAN BE FOUND AT
Alfred C. Force's,
258 Broad Street, -A/iigusta, Gal
Augusta, July 20 3m3I
Watch.es ?fis Jewelry
-o- - ]
ESTABLISHED 1850.
-o
THE Subscribers would respectfully inform tho Citizons of Edgofield and surrounding
country, (hat ttiey liavo just received a Lurge Assortment of WATCHES, of tho Best
Manufacture, which thoy will offer at lower rates than any House in the City.
In addition, will bc found a Wee Stock of FINE ?OLD JEWELRY, ret with Dia
mond?, Rabies, Garnets, Cora.,-BRIDAL SETS OF PE ABL-NUPTIAL RINGS-WATCH
CHAINS, CHARMS, Ac.
A Fine Assortment SOLID SILVER WARE, embracing FULL TEA SET?, WAI
TERS. Ice and Water PITCHERS. CASTORS. B?rry nnd Butter DISHES, Card RECEIV
ERS, eprdtfTid Cake BASKETS, Cordial STANDS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS,
an* evetyrVih* in'^h? Silver Ware linc.
Always on band a superb stock of GUNS AND PISTOLS, consisting of Fine Single
and Double r.Barrcl GUNS, and Colt. Smith & Wessen, Remington, Cooper, Sharp nnd Der
-ingor PISTOLS, and many others nf the Intest invontiun.
Also, FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES, PORTEMONNIES, and
FANCY GOODS of every variety to be found in a first class Jewelry Establishment.
We would ?Iso remind the public that wc keep a Special E.-tnblishmcnt for tho REPAIR of
fino WATCH ES and JEWELRY. All work entrusted to our caro-will be executed promptly,
neatly, and warranted for ono year.
A. PRONTAUT & SON,
163 BROAD ST., one Door below Augusta Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA.
' Augusta, Dec 10 ly 61
Fancy fioods^Pcrfwncrj, &c.
* \\niito TOILET'SETS.
PERFUMERY of all kinds,
rd Doz. Lubing Extracts,
fi "* Genuine Hell Cologne, assorted,
1 " < ' crinan Cologne,
1 " Magnolia Water, very linc,
2 " Lubi n's Powder,
4 " Lily White, .
Hair. Nail, Tooth and Shaving Brushes
All the above Goods of tho best quality,
and for s:de cheap.
MARKERT & CLIS 15 Y.
Sept 20; .... tf 30
Lamp*. LaiiiD"*
Chimneys. Chimneys.
6Dozen LAMPS now in Store, and
. uiftxc tn arrive, ol'tho latest styles,
with the Improved * Burner;* which is
warranted to give a better light, and is
moro du rabio than any ever offered in
this market. ' ^ ,
Otir"C0^1^Ms^.?uyerior/br du
rabilitv. . , " " . .
Call and cxfatfilib'roF vWlrselvfc? ?i *
.. M.ARKEHT cfc CLISBY.
Sept 20 391
?s[ BEST IN,THE WORLD.cj> }
?pam
New York Offley 27 BEEKMAU ST.
May 81_ly__ 23
!IU>HEIt EDUCATION.
H E L IM UT HCO LIE ? ?
Unard and Tuition pur mm urn, (226.
IIELLJI1 TJPii LADIES' ?QUKGE
Inaugurated by ll. li. H. Prince Arthur. Hoard and
Tuition p?-rannum, $W0. PRESIDENT : The Vea" K?v.
t Iiellmuth, Di D., Dc*n of.Huron. For Parflclare
apply to Maj. Evans, London, Canada Weet. Iv80 <
FURNITURE
OP
ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
s : ..:< ia AT (1 . . . ?: . .? .?
PLATT BROTHERS,
(Formerly C. A. Platt & Co.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, fia.
1,000
Maple and Walnut Bedsteads,
t5 to $10 !
WE particularly call the attention of |
purchasers to our SOLID WAL
NUT CHAMBER SUITS for Beauty,
Durability and Cheapness.
Our MANUFACTURING DEPART
MENT is still in operation. Special or
ders will be promptly attended to.. Re
pairs done in all its branches.
UPHOLSTERING DEPARTMENT.
Hair Cloth, Enameled . Cloth, F?eps,
Terry and Springs, and all articles suita
ble for "Manufacturers, we offer at Low
Prices.
Augusta, May 2 ly 19
WILEY A- SMITH
WITH
WILBERFORCE DANIEL,
Cotton Factor,
Agent
Cotton Food Guano, |
3 Warren Block, opposite Globe Hotel,
AUGUSTA, GA.
All Business entrusted to him will
have strict personal attention.
Orders for Bagging, Ties or Rope and
Family Supplies promptly filled.
Commissions* 11-4 per Cent.
. REFER ENCES:
Judge JOHN P. KING, Pres't Georgia
Rail Road.
WM. E. JACKSON, Pres't Nafal B'k
of Augusta and Augusta Factory.
J. T. GARDNER, Esq., Pres't Dick
son Fertilizer Comp'y.
H. F. RUSSELL, Esq., ex-Mayor City j
of Augusta.
ANTONIE POULLAIN, Esq., Direc
tor Georgia Rail Road, Augusta.
Col L. M. HILL, Director Ga. R. R.
Wilkes County.
Aug 16 8m 34
1000 Rolls Domestic Jute BAG
GING,
100 Bales Best Gunnv BAGGING,
50 Bales Borneo BAGGING,
4000 Bundles Arrow TIES,
500 Bags Rio, Java and Laguayra COF
FEE.
200 Barrels Refined SUGARS,
50 Hhds. Porto Rico and Demarara SU- !
GARS,
200 Bbls. Reboiled MOLASSES.
100 Hhds. Reboiled MOLASSES,
200 Boxes Bar SOAP,
200. Boxes and Half Boxes Adamantine |
CANDLES,
50 Casks C. R. Bacon SIDES,
20 " Bacon SHOULDERS,
PEPPER, GINGER, STARCH, SODA
WOOD WARE, and other Goods .usu
ally kept in our line, at Lowest Prices to
tho Trade.
HORTON & WALTON,
302 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
Sept 6 3m 37
BEST BAGGING AND TIES
Notice to Planters !
W E are now receiving, and arc pre
pared to furnish our customers,
Ho. 1 Bengal Bagging
And
"ArroTF Ties,"
In quantities to suit their requirements,
and would bc glad to have your orders.
All who have no Brand to mark their
Cotton, if they will so state when they
order Bagging and Ties, we will send
them free of charge,
^-Orders left with Maj. Z. Y '. CAR
WILE or Capt. T. W. CARWILE, at Edge
field, S. C , or sent direct to thc House,
will receive carl v attention.
WARREN, WALLACE & CO,
Augusta, Aug 2 tf 32
E.S.
WITH
StovaU&Rowland
COTTON FACTORS
AXD
Commission Merchants,
G?NTINTJE business as usual at their
Stand, Corner Jackson and Roynolds i
Streets.
Best BAGGING and TIES for salo.
Agents tor WANDO and ETTWAN
Fertilizers.
Consignments solicited.
Augusta, Sept 20 tf 39
Wc are Agents for the Manufacturers of |
"Eureka,"
Swelt, Arrow, Auchor, and Butter
TIES.
-Also of the
Patent Lock Tie.
lust landing 4000 Bundles of the EU
REKA and LOCK TIES.
No Tie can surpass tho "Eureka" for
simplieitly and durabilitv, and wo offer
t as a Tie that is unexcelled.
The Arrow is also woU known.
We ask your orders, guaranteeing as
low pri?es as they can be purchased at in
auv Southern port.
We shall bo pleased to handle consign
ments of your Cotton, and will give all
shipments our closest attention.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS.
Church Street,
Charleston, S. C.
Sept 27 2m 40
A. A. BEALL.-J. H. SPEARS.-W. H. POTTER
BALL, SPEARS & CO,,
WAREHOUSE
-And
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Continue their business at their OLD
STAND, tho Commission Fire-Prool
Warehouse, No. 6, Campbell Street,
Office and Sales Room, 177 Reynolds St.,
-AUGUSTA, GA.
All Business entrusted to them will
have Strict Personal Attention.
Orders for Bagging, Universal Ties, or
Rope and Family Supplies, promptly
filled.
Liberal Cash Advances mado on Pro
duce in Store.
Commissions for Selling Colton, 11-4 pr Ct.
Augusta, Sept 13 3m 38
For Sale,
100,000
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND among thew dt-veral Thousands CIR
CULAR KRICKS :or Walling Wells
-now ready for delivery.
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar fl ?f 'll
Kerosene OH. Kerosene Oil.
JUST Received. FOUR BARRELS
No. 1 KEROSENE OIL. . ,
G. L. PENN.
Juno 14 tf 25
Croup Drops.
SPEEDY and*n effectual Remedy
for tl int alarming and often fatal di?
ease^ ami the bostTtenicdy'ibr' Whelping
Cough and Asthma. Foi sal? by
.< ,..:.-...?... .(j; ?,!' PE?N, Druggist,.
A
COTTON FACTORS
-And- *
3ommiss9? Mereiaats
.Office: ..
Hanter ? Loav. ? Savings. Bank, .
. Warehouse:
Campbell-Street,
CONSIGNMENTS rcspc<*fuUy-soUci
cd, and Liberal Advances made on some
Bagging, Ties and Provisions furnish
sd Customers at lowest rates.
Storage on most favorable t-crma in the
arge and commodious Warehouse pf the
Planters' Loan <fe Savings Bank; .
Augusta, Sept 13 8m , - 38
Sheriff's Sale.
Cook & Berry, )
vs \ Fi. Fa..
A. P..Norris, J ..
BY virtue of a;. Execution pa,, sae
directed, in the above stated caw?, I
lyiR sell at Edgefield C. H.,,on the. first
Monday iri "November next, ttflYolI?w
ing property' of' 4Ue Defendant, A. P.
Norris^to wit: ? 1 . .. ..
ONE TRACT OF. LAND, containing
Two Hundred and Five Acres, more or
Less, adj oiningdahds of George Shartiton,
Samuel Glover,- Sarah Morris and otters.
Terms Cash. ' Titles and Stamps extra.
JOHN H. McDEYITT,.fi^a
Oct 12 . ... . ..; 4t;< ,..,/ t ,42
S??nff's Sale.
Elijah Keese, Assignee, ) . .u."i
vs } RFC
Lewis J.'Miles, . ' ' j : . H"
BY virtue of~a Writ o'f F} Falo me di
rected, in the' above stated 'case, I
?ill proceed to sell' at'EdgefieldC-'H.,
on the first Monda? inf November.next,
the following property pf the Defendant,
Lewis J. Miles, rtp wit: , _
ONE TRACT OF LAND, co?to???g
Three Hundred Acres,' mor'e or les?, ad
joining lands of Mrs: Maiy'S. Miles, B.
F. Landmm and others.
.???Terms: Cash, i Titles ?nd .Stamps
extra.,,*,;'.' ,,r.-.,, , i^%r..^t
JOHN H. McDEVTTT,' S.E.C.
Oct 12 4t . ,LILI42
_._-?- -
State bf South Carolina,
EDGEFT?T.D'' COUNTY.
D. L. Turner, )
Judge of Probate, Foreclosure
vs j? of Mortgage.
R. W. Bledsoe, J
BY Virtue ot the Decree cf Foreclosure
in this action, I will sell to the high
est bidder ot public outcry, at Edgefield
C. H., on tho first Monday In November
next, the following REAL ESTATE,
viz:
THE TRACT OF LAND whereon the
Defendant resides in said t^junty and
State, containing Two: Hundred Acre?,
more or less, and bounded by landa of
Henry Hart, Jesso Hart and others.,
TERMS.-The ccsts and .one-half the
Ku rebase money to be paid in! Cash.' The
alance* of the pnrcJiase money dil a
credit of twelve month 9 from day of Halo,
with interest from said date.- Thc credit
portion of the purchase money to,'he se
cured by the bond of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises sold. Stomps
and titles extra. . ;
JOHN H. MCDEVITT, S.E.C.
Oct 12 -4t. M 42
State of So nth Carolina,
EDGEFIELD JOCNTY, .
IN PROBATE COURT.
Mary Morgan,
Evan Morgan,
Joseph Bu ss cy and wife eta!,
vs
Geo. W. Nixon, Exor.
A. P. Morgan,
John Nixon and wife et al.
BY virtue of an order from the Hon.
D. L. Turnor, Judge of Probate, ;in
the above cause, IwiUsellat Edgefield
Court House, on the first Monday Tn No
vember next, at public "otftcry, to the
highest bidder, the following Lands be
longing to the Estate of DRURY MOR
GAN, lato of said County deceased, viz:
Tract Ko. 1, containing Three Hun
dred Acres, moro or less. adjoiningTract
No. 2 on tho East, and bounded ny Sa
vannah River on the West. . .
Tract No. 2, containing Two Hun
dred and Seventy Acres, moro or loss,
and adjoining Tract No. 1 on tho Weet
and Tract No. 3 on the East. ... ,
Tract No. 3, containing Two Hundred
Acres, more or loss, adjominb Tract-No.
I on tho West and Tract No. 4on the East.
Tract No. 4, containing One Hundred
and Fiftv Acres, moro or less, adjoining
Tract No. 3 ou the West, and lands of the
Estate of James Tompkins on the East
The Parks Tract, containing One
Hundred and Sixty-Seven. Acres,- .more
or less, adjoining lands of W. T. Porks,
Joseph Holiday and others'."
TERMS.-One Third Cash. t-The bal
ance on a credit of tw elve months,! with
interest Loin day of sale. ,((The.. credit
portion of the purchase money to ho se
cured by the bond of the purchaser and
.t mortgage of the premises soldL
i , Titles and Stamps extra.
.j. IL MCDEVITT, s. E. c.
Oct 12 " 4t 42
_-_! ....'?'_I
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS. ?
D. L. Turner, ] -
Judge of Probate ? Foreclosure
vs [of Mortgage.
James Rushton. J . . .
BY Virtue of the Decreeof Foreclosure
in this action. I will seU to the high
est bidder at public outcry, at Edgefield
Court House, on Sale-day in November
next, all that TRACT or PARCEL OF
LANB sitnate in the County and. State
aforesaid, containing One Hundred and
Twenty Acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Allison Deloach, Mark Ether
edco ami others.
TERMS.-Tho Costs and one-half of
the purchase money to be paid in cash.
The balance of the purchase money on a
credit till the first of January 1872, with
interest from day of sale.. The credit
portion to bo secured by tho bond of .the
purchaser; titles to be executed but not
delivered till tho credit portion of the
purchase money l>e paid, ard if it be not
paid when due the property to be re-sold
for cash. Stamps and Titles extra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Oct 12 4t 42
Petition
for.,
Partition.
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
T. H. Clark )
Emeline Edwards, et al 1 Petition
vs I for
Hillery A. Clark, ( Partition.
Joseph A. Clark, Adm'ors., 1
eta! j
BY virtue of an order of the Hon. D.
L. Turner, Judge of Probate, in the
above stated case, I will sell to the high
est bidder, at Edgefield Court House, at
public outcry, on Sale-d?y in November
next, the following Real'Estate belong
ing to the Estate of B. E. CLARK, de
ceased, viz:
Tract No. 1, known as tho Homestead,
containing One Hundred and Ninety
Eight Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Thornton Coleman, W. P. Trotter,
Estate Henry Trotter, and others.
Tract No. 2, known as the Etheredge
Tract, containlngTwo Hundi-ed and Thir
ty-Five Acres, more or les-}, adjoining
lands of Thornton Coleman, Tract No. L
Estate of H. Trotter and others.
These lands are well watei-ed and well
timbered with Oak, Hickory and Pine,
and each Tract has on it a quantity of fine
Creek and River bottom lands.
TERMS.-Tho costs of suit and expen
ses of sale to be paid in cash. The bal
ance of tho purchase money on a credit
of twolvo months with interest from day
of sale, to bo secured by Bond of the pur
chaser with two good sureties, and a
mortgage of the premises sold.
Stamps and titles extra.
J. H. McDEVTTT, S. E. C.
Oct 12 4t 42
State of South Carolina
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
IN THE COURT OF PROBATE.
BY D. L. TURNER. Esq., Ju4gehPro
bate Court, of Edgefield'Cotrirfy1.
Who rons, James Neal bath, applied to
me for Letters.of Administration on tho
Estate of Nancy Neal, late of said,County
dec'cL
' These aro therefore to cite and admon
ish all and sing alar, the kindred, and
creditors of the said deceased, to be And
appear before me, at a Court of Probate
for the said County, tobe hold?nl?tr ESge
field C. H., on th? 23d dav of Oot/iuBt.,
1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. to shaw cause if
any, why thesaiq Administration should
not be granted.
Given undermv hahd an?'tbe-Beal of
the Court, this' 7th:.'day. of Oct,./A.\D.
187L and in. the 96th year, .of American
Independence.
D. L. TURNER^. P. C.
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