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I?^WIS JONES
WITH
CO?tTOtf FACTORS
And
C?33lfSSp MERCHANTS,
. ...:HAv^e."Th)8ii)ay Removed to
ASF?ii:5,--MoIntosli .St.,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
(Opposite our forme* plncc-of- business.)
"Wilf?HB Tris have the most, ample
Open .;ind :('l.)>v Storage of any in the
City, which is strictly Fife Proof.
j?5?i^wn?t^s Solicited.
_T?usv jLl^rsvso?i ? i
.T?s?rn T. SMIT?C, V
WM. P. CRAWFORD. J
.August?, Sept., 1; 1871. _3m 38
Rolls Domestic Jute BAG
Biivlea.BestVGunny BAGGING,
&hBales BprrMo BAGGING,
40^"Bundles Arrow TIES,
SW^WsTOo'tfava and Lagnayra COF
200 Barrel's Relined SUGARS,
50 Hhds. Porto Rico and Demarara SU
200 BhLs. R?boned MOT. ? SSES,
lOtf xfiidsl Reboiled MOLASSES,
'JOO Boxes Bar SOAP,
200* *oxe? and Half Boxes Adamantine
. CAN DI. KS,
50 Cajjks C. R Bacon SIDES,
20 f4 Ba^-o? SHOULDERS,
R^JPPER; ifiXGER, STARCH,SODA
WjJQD/ WCARRj and other Goods usu
alfyTwpt fnour nne, at Lowest Prices to
tho Trade.
HORTON & WALTON.
30-2 Woad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
SejJt? 3m 37
mmm BITLER,
Cotton Faetoirs,
AND
Commission Merchants,
Office No-, 0/Mclntosh Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
J.
ILL give Choir strict attention to
thc St-.imgc and Side of Cotton and other
Produce on Commission.
. Will fur.d.-h I'hmtcrs with Groceries,
Bagging, Ties, ito., at market rates.
And will make the asnal advances on
produce . .om.igned to us.
W. GRAHAM,
O. N*. BUTLER.
Sopt ? 3m 3G
ra-* Abbevillo Press & Banner and
LaureusviUe Her.dd will copy 3 months,
?uni forward account.
-AND
Machine Shop.
^THE Undersigned would inform the
poopleof Edgefield County, that he is
still at his old stand, and is prepared to
do -all kinds o?
IRON AND BRASS WORK.
I am also Manufacturing the
WRIGHT'S! BANKS', ALLUM'S and
ARMSTRONGS
Iron Cotton Screw.
Thompson's
Celebrated Morse Power,
Specially got up to run Cotton Gins. A
late improvement in common Gin Gear,
which runs much lighter than any other
of the kind yet offered to the public.
The Hall
Turban Water Wheel,
which ia equal to any Northern Wheel,
Rnd at lu die money.
All kinds of Mill Machinery made and j
repaired. Cotton Gins thoroughly re
paired.
P. ?ALONE.
Augusto. Sept 20 3m 30
. E. S. MI M S
WITH
Stovail &Eo wland
corxox FACTO?S
AND
Commission Merchants,
ri
\J JXTIXUE business as usual at their
Stand, Corner Jackson and Reynolds
Streets.
Best BAGGING and TIES for sale.
Agents tor WANDO and ETI WAN
FertUiz?--s.
COOM .mm"nts solicited.
Augusta, Sept '?0 tf 39
WAREHOUSE
-And
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Continue their business at thoir OLD
STAND, tho Commission Fire-Prooi
Warehouse, No. (J, Campbell Street,
( >/Iic^ and Sales Room, 17T Reynolds St.,
-AUGUSTA, GA.
Ail Business entrusted to them will
have Strict Personal Attention.
Orders for Bagging, Universal Ties, or
Rope and Family Supplies, promptlv
filled.
Liberal Cash Advances mudo on Pro
duce in Store.
Commissions for Selling Colton, 11-4 jir ft
Augusta, Sopt 13 3m 38
3Li i cj. ISL or ss?
fmrto \m s??i?s?
35 Bbls. Pure Baker WHISKEY,
130 Bhls. RYE WHISKY, various
d'? Bbls. BRANDY, GIN and RUM
2/ BM?. Sherry, Portand Madeira
WINE,
23 C-isks Hennessey's old Imported
BRANDY,
23 Ci.;ks Bia ALE,
S3 Ca ks L mdon PORTER,
1 "< L? : :k i Co iper's Half-;md-Half,
AO C.vos C:,A RET,
30 Ca-es Cllquot CHAMPAGNE,
3i> duos Russ SCHNAPPS,
?ll C?.e- Ross BITTERS,
? )i? '.toso* TOBACCO, viriousgrades
?OM ;.i s J ;G \ RS, various brands.
Io store and for *tfle bv
M. O'DOWD.
Angosta, S? pt 1? tf 38
Georgia Lime & Fertilizer Co.
OFjEBM tl cir "SHELL LIME " to the
I'lmtfhg public in full confidence of
it-? excellence asa
Permanent Manure.
It was extensively used the past year
ctrWheat,' Com and Cotton, ana ha? giv
en entire satisfaction, as is shown by a
number of certificate? from-some of the
best planters in Georgia and So. Carolina.
Our XXX LIME ia equal to any in the
market for all Mason'.? purposes, and
from its whiteness, superior to any other
for whitewashing and for hard finishing
walls.
Gar price for Fertilizing Lime is $15,00
per ton. Cash, put up in . Casks or Bar
rels, delivered in tho City of Angosta, or
at any landing on the Savannah River.
The price of XXX or Mason'-i Limo is
$2,00 per Barrel, delivered ss above.
COLES & SIZER,
No. 14, McIntosh Street, Augusta, Ga.
AGBNT: M. H. Mi MS, Johnson's Depot'
Aug 8 --^0ur: 33
PIANO FOR SALE.
A.GPQD Second Hand Chickoring
' Pf ANO can be "bought cheap, by
application at this Office.
*&>V1 ? 45 J
0. I). GOODMAN,
(Formerly pf Ninety -Six and Cross Hill,)
8 EOS leave to announce to his friends
throughout Edgefield and Laurens, that
he is now with
McCabe, Costello & Daly,
The prominent Dry Goods Merchants of |
Augusta, where he will be glad, at all
times to see and servo them-promising
them advantages not to be surpassed by
any other Dry Goods Establishment in
the city.
.? Augusta, Oct 25 tf 44
Kinsman Howell,
Factors and Commission
Merchants.
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
Sept 5_Hil?_37_
Look to Your Interest!
OBE?T BABS AOS
AT
ATKINSON & GUFS,
(Formerly John L. Atkinson)
QRANITEYILLE, Sr C.
WE beg to inform our friends and
custoniers of Edgefiold and adjacent
Counties that wc are opening our
FaH Stock of Goods,
Consisting of DRY GOOPS, NOTIONS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Hardware, Tiuware, Crockery,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL,
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUP, RICE, MACKEREL,
Spices, Soda, Soaps, Ac.
Also, a full line of DRUGS and MED
ICINES.
r?Thysicians' P/oscriptions carefully
prepared"day or uighi. ^
Wo aro next door io the Post Office,
.ind most cordially invite ali to call and
examine our Gooda and Prices.
We will also Sell Cotton in this market
Free of (.'ommis^ions.
J. L. ATKINSON,
B. F. GPY.
Graniteville, Oct 4 3m41
Rapidly Increasing Trade!
THE POPULAE
Millinery
AND
Fancy Goods Store,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
MRS, N, BRUM CLARK
HAS returned from New York and
offers the Largest, Best and Cheapest
Stock of MILLINERY and FANCY
GOODS to be found.
BONNETS, HATS,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, LACES, COLLARS,
EDGINGS, INSERTINGS,
CHIGNONS. CURLS, ftc, ?fcc,
VELVETS, VELVETEEN,
SILKS, FRINGES,
GIMPS, BUTTONS, Ac., Ac..
HOODS, CAPS, SACQUES, SCARFS,
HOSIERY, HD'K'FS.,
CORSETS,
Velvet RIBBONS, Ac Ac, in variety.
New Good? receivedsemi-weekly.
i?ST- Cheapest Hats and Uonnets in
the City.
Small Profits avd Quick Sales !
Mrs. IV. BKU.II CLARK,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 8m . 43
'liq Miling
CORN, &c.
5 Hogsheads Bacon SIDES,
25 i?hds. Bacon SHOULDERS,
23 mm. D. s: SIDES,
20 Uh As. D. S. SHOULDERS,
10 Tierces HAMS,
25 Tierces LARD,
.?00 Rbis. FLOUR-various grades,
IO Car Loads CORN,
20 Ilhds. Demerara SUGAR,
25 Ilhds. Light Brown SUGAR,
100 Barrel* Crushed, Powdered and
Granulated SUGAR,
100 Bbls; A and Extra C,
400 Bags Rio COFFEE,
50 Bags Laguayra COFFEE,
50 Pockets old Government JAVA
300 Boxo.i SOAP,
200 Boxes STARCH,
75 Boxes SODA.
Also, a full assortment of BUCKETS,
BROOMS, SHIRTING, SHEETING,
STRIPES, YARNS, PEPPER, SPICE.
Ac. In store and for sale by
M. O'DOWD.
Sept 13 tf 38
We are Agents for the Manufacturers ol
"Eureka,"
Swelt, Arrow, Anchor, and Cutter
TIES.
-Also of thc
Pa tc wt ??eek Tic.
Just landing 4? ?00 Bundles of thc EU
HEKA and LOCK 1*1 ES.
No Tie can surpass the "Eureka" foi
-.implicitly and durability, and Ave offer
it as a Tie that is unexcelled.
The Arrow is al so well known.
Wo ask your orders, jruarrmtoeiug a>
low prices as they can bc purchased at in
my Southern port.
We shall he pleased to handle consign
.nents of;your Cotton, ?nd will give all
.hipmcnts our closest attt-nfion.
GEO. W. lt lLMAMS & CO,,
COTTON FACTORS.
Church Street,
Charleston, s. C.
Supt 27 2m 40
F ?"R"?7Tt?f?l
OF
* ALL DESCRIPTION'S,
AT
(Formerly C. A. Platt A Co.,)
214 ?road Street, Augusta, Ga.
1,000
Maple and Walnut Bedsteads,
85 lo 810!
w
E particularly call the attention of
purchasers to our SOLID WAI.
NUT CHAMBER SUITS for Beauty
DirrablMty and Cheapness.
Our MANUFACTURING DEPART
MENT is still .in operation. Special or
ders willJbo ?romptlv attended to. Re
pairs done in all its branches.
UPHOLSTERING DEPARTMENT.
Hair Cloth, Enameled Cloth, Reps,
Terry and Springs, and all articles suita
ble for 'Manufacturers, wo. offer at? Low
Prices.
Augusta, May 2 lylo
Buy Your Tibket?T
AW<H*^. the Aganey for tho sale of
TICKBTftdnth?iJrarJd Land and Immi
gration scheme of M essrs. BJLJTJLEH^CIIA D
WIOX.GART & Co. '' ~
Call' ?arly'dnd secure the lucky Tick et !
The Drawing will, positively, beheld in
Charleston, on the,8th Januaryinext. .
' MARKERT&OLJSBY.
Oct, ll ti .blisWjKfc
MW FALL
-AND
I
AM now receiving one of the largest
assortments of
FALL mi WINTER GOODS
that I have ever had the pleasure of show
ing since the war, among which will be
found all tho newest styles of DRESS
GOODS iu great variety, such as
Silks, Satin de Chines, Poplins, Empress
Cloths.
Velveteens and Bozeque Cloakings in all
colors.
A largo variety of Shawls of all colors
and patterns.
Pantaloon Goods of every description.
Cloths and Cassimercs-a large lot for
. Men's and Boys' wear.
Kentucky Cassim ere-a new article.
Sacque Flannels of every color, Plaid
and Plain.
Black Alpaccas of the Buffalo brand, for
Mourning purposes. These Goods
are warranted.jiot to change in color.
Sash Ribbons of-every color-plain, plaid
and figured.
10-4, ligand 12-4 Bed Blankets.
Crib and Cradle Blankets.
Bolting Cloths, all numbers, of the Hett
Anchor brand.
: In fact, everything to bo found in a
first class Dry Goods House. I feel sat
ined that every one who will examine
my stock cannot fail to be pleased, both
in style, quality and price,
j These goods were bought with great
caro, for cash, and I am determined to
Isell as low as the lowest. Will be pleased
?to see all my old friends and customors
and the public generally.
JANES MILLER.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 18 2m 43
lOur Fall Stock
CHACE GOODS.
HEW ASE1TALS
-AT
IKUSEL BROS'.
JUST received the largest and most
complete stock
Ready-Made Clothing,
Of all Grades.
?Men, Boys' and Youths' Wear,
Guaranteed to FIT aU
.AGES AND SIZES AT THE MOST
'MODERATE . AND POPULAR FIG
HT RES.
: Our Stock is now complete, with a
magnificent line of
Hats, Caps, &c,
Which we are offering to our Patrons and
the Public at greatly reduced prices.
Owing to our large stock we are com
pelled to make "quick sales, and feeling
the stringency of the money market, we
shall endeavor to meet the general de
mand for
LOW PRICES.
We name in part:
10,000 GRAY'S MOULDED COLLARS
?at four boxes for 25c.
i 20,000 BEST IMPROVED DICKENS'
COLLARS.
LINEN IMITATION BUTTON HOLE
LINED, three boxes for L'5c.
1 LINEN COVERED PAPER COL
LARS, fourdlherentstvlcs, entirely new,
25c, worth 40.
\ ?00 ALL WOOL VESTS at $1 50.
HEAVY MERINO UNDERSHIRTS
atti.
ALL WOOL STJITS at $10, $12, 815, $18
?ind upwards, and many other goods too
?numerous to mention. Thc very best
[Fabric in French, English and American
jCASSIMERES to suit the most fastidious,
?All tho latest styl s in Bows, Ties, Scarfs,
acc.. at prices that cannot fall to please
?Call carlv at
KU*EL BRO*?.,
! 250 BROAD ST., Under Globe Hotel.
1 Great inducemonts offered to country
bierchants.
Augusta, Oct 18 2m43
NO HUMBUG,
CLOTHING !
CLOSING SALE.
HAS MOVED TO CORNER
Broad and McIntosh Streets,
ENTRANCE THROUGH CRIS.
GRAY & CO'S.
Intending to discontinue the Clothing
?Business, he will sell any and every
thing in
READY MADE CLOTHING
AT
Not nejeesary to say at Cost-many Ar
ticles Below Cost.
CALL ! EX AMINE !
GOODS WILL BE FREELY SHOWN
TO EVERY ONE.
Oct 18 2m < 43
FOUND AT LAST.
AL LOTION for. REMOVING PIM
'jg??S'EROMTI????CE. Warranted
to cure when used ,'by/,dlroct?ons.. Call
and' get a bottle* Prepared and'sold by
G. L. PENN; Druggist.
Qct25 <j tf
Fall. 1871.
MATCHLESS BRI GOODS.
-o
IcC?BE, COSTELLO & SILT,
AUGUSTA, GA.
WK greet onr friends and the citizens of Edgefield generally with the opening
of the Fall Trade, and assure them of our being in the very.best position to pros
ecute it to a success.
"We have now in Store a Stock of Goods which we h ave spent much time in se
lecting, and which is acknowledged by all to bc one of the best assorted Stocks of
GENERAL CRY GOODS
Tn the City. We will receive Goods from our Buver regularly every week. So
that we shall bo able to show EVER? NOVELTY as-soon as it appears in Now
York.
We have a uniform Price to All, and our fixed principle is THAT NO ONE
UNDERSELLS US J
We do not propose to enumerate our Stock in detail, but call attentien to the fol
lowing Departments as Specialities :
DUE** GOOPS-Embracing Black, Colored and Fancy SILKS,
-Silk VELOURS, Silk REPS, Irian POPLINS, Manchester POPLINS,
French and English Medium and Low-Priced DRESS GOODS, in great variety,
The Celebrated Buffalo, Queen and Crown Brands of BLACK ALPACA,
French and Germnn CORSETS,-the finest Stock we ever saw in thc City.
The most famous brands-all the new styles-of French KID GLOVES.
HOSE, in English, German and Balbriegan,
LACES and LACE COLLARS, in Thread, Guipure, Cluny, Duchesse, Maltese,
Italian and real French Valenciennes, ?fcc., &c.
TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE TRADE, we would say we have spacious and
well righted Rooms up stairs, where we keep a large Stock of UO?1K8TIC
(> u o' lt s ol' Every Kind, which we will sell by the Bale or Piece, at Prices
that will repay those who give us a call.
We will advertise no Goods we have not got ; No prices that we will not sell at,
We will not falsely represent our Goods, or knowingly use any deception to effect
sales. To those wc sell once, we generally sell again, as our increasing trade testifies
Our motto is: COURTESY AND INTEGRITY, AND ONE PRICE TO ALL
fflcCAEE, COSTELLO & DALY,
238 Broad Street, under Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Oct IS 3m 43
To the Citizens of Edgefield.
Persons visiting Augusta will find it GREATLY TO
THEIR INTEREST to stop at
mw
,1
Sj
(One of the Finest MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENTS in the City,) previous to buying elsewhere.
We Guarantee EVERYTHING which we represent will
GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION.
So remember that at No. 229, Broad Street, op
posite Masonic Hall, you can be fitted out most fashionably
a?d genteelly at VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
Augusta, Oct 18 3m 43
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD. S. C. L. BUSH.
Y0UNGBL00D I BUSH,
Grocers
AND DEALERS IN
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
No. 127 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.
AFTER an acknowledgement of thanks to our Friends and Customers for
the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us, we ask a continuance of the
sa me; and would beg leave to inform them that we deal in All Goods
Belonging to OOP Lille, (Liquors excepted,) such as COFFEES,
SUGARS, BACON, MOLASSES, FLOUR, BAGGING,?"IES, &c, &c.
??rSpeci?il attention paid to the Sale Of CottOlt and Other
Produce.
YO?H?BL??B & BUSH.
Augus'a. Or t 4 Bra 41
Shoes I ?iioes ! Slioes I
.B00TS_^D_SH0ES.
E. 0. SAMS,
Wo. -fj Park Row,
Has opened a large and complete assortment of SHOES and BOOTS for
ladies, ticiitlcinen,
Misses, Roys,
And Children.
And is daily making accessions to his large and varied stock. Call and
get suited from the latest styles.
Copper-Tipped Boots and Shoes for Children.
Kid, Morocco and Calf Skin Shoes lor Ladies and Misses, with a full sup
ply of Congress and Laced Gaiters,
: Calf Skin Boots and Shoes for Gentlemen and Boys, with cither Single or
trouble Uppers and Soles.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
A full linc of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES kept constantly on hand
at : H. O.SAMS.
Oct 4 tf 41
Gr o To
PIERO K B. CHRISTIE
?A T
POPE, MACK & CO'S.
Emporium of Fashion
TO BUY YOUR
CLOTHING,
Hats, Trunks &-Furnishing Goods.
i^E Announce without hesitation Ihat we have in Store Ihe Largest
Stock bf CLOTHING, HATS, &c, in the Citv.
Andean offer Greater Inducements to "WHOLESALE BUYER
dian any other House in Georgia.
??rGive us a trial. Satisfaction fmnr;;nteed.
Call at 248 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., under Masonic Hall,
ind 2nd door below Globe Hotel.
Sept 20 3m 39
Kavanagh | Lpch,
No. 36, Jackson Street, Augusta, Ga.,
(In tear of Globe Hotel, and opposite Schneider's,)
Have in Store a Large, Perfectly New and Very Fashiona
ble Stock of French and English Oassiraeres, Broadcloths1
testings, Scarfs, Ties, &c, &c.,and will nrnka
.GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING
' TO ORDER, IN A STYLE UNSURPASSED.
'v .r'Sr .'?
EAGANAG-H & LYNCH.
. Augusta/ '0ct.25. 2? ii
\4 ufo) \j.pa " J"
D. W. CAEWILE. W. E. CAKWILE. Z. W. CAEWILE, JE.
T. W. CAR WILE & CO.,
GBQGEES
-AND
Commission Merchants,
207 Broad-St., Augusta, Ga.,
RESPECTFULLY announce to their Edgefield friends that they have
entered into Co-Partnership for the purpose of conducting a GENERAL
GROCERY and COMMISSION BUSINESS, and will devote all their ener
gies towards building up a First Class Grocery Houss, promising to make
every exertion to give the nust perfect satisfaction to all who may favor
them with their patronage.
We are now receiving full lines of
BACOxN,
LARD,
COFFEES,
SUGARS.
TEAS,
CHEESE
SYRUPS,
MOLASSE*,
MACKEREL,
RICE,
SALT,
BAGGING,
TIES,
CANDLES,
BUTTER,
SOAP,
STARCH,
WHISKIES,
BRAND 3?*,
WINES,
ALE,
PORTER,
TOBACCO,
SEGARS,
CANNED FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES,
And in fact EVERYTHING usually found in First Class Grocery
Houses.
We are also Agent? for thc sal? ol Wm. Massey & ('o's. Celebrated Phila
delphia ALES.
Will he glad at ??ll times to see our Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Grade of Goods nt the Lowest Market Prices'.
Sept 20 tf _ 39
IQ
We have now in Store, and constantly receiving :
50 Hhds. BACON,
75 Tierces and Packages, LARD,
300 Packages FISH,
250 Sacks SALT,
10 Hhds. SUGAR, .
100 Barrels
50 Barrels LIQUORS,
25 Barrels WINE,
100 Boxes SOAP,
25 Boxes Self-washing SOAP,
15 Hhds. Cuba MOLASSES,
25 Barrels
25 Hhds. R. boiled "
100 Ban els
50 Bags Rio COFFEE,
100 CHEESE, best. Factory,
30 Tubs ohoiie Butter,
25 Barrels Amber SYRUP,
15 " N. 0.
10 Tierces Ne v Carolina RICE,
100 M. CIGARS, all brands,
BAGGING, all kinds,
TIES, best arrow,
All kinds CANNED Goods,
Family GROCERIES in full sup.
plv and very choice,
WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES,
Wrapping Paper, Twine,
Matches, Paper Bags,
Pepper, Spice, Mustard,
CORN, STARCH, Table SALT,
&c, ?cc.
All at Lowest Prices, Wholesale and Retail.
'5
-o
Mr. GEO. C. ROBINSON still serves his friends as usual.
Commission for Selling Cotton, 1 1-4 per Cent.
STAPLES & REAB,
278 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 St 43
Established 1849.
-o
A Genuine Stock of Brags and Medicines,
Penn,
EDGER ELD.
1
AS in Store another large and superior Stock of Goods in the DRUG
TRADE, which he warrants Fresh and Genuine, and which he will sell as
low as the same Goods can be bought in any other Southern market. His
Stock embraces in part,
500 Lbs. WHITE LEAD.
One Barrel each of LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
5C Gallons Spts. TURPENTINE,
75 Lbs. Spanish BROWN and Venetian RED,
10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY, Z
75 Gallons MACHINE OIL,
25 " TRAIN Oil.,
9 Doz. GLASS LAMPS, nil styles,
35 " LAMP CHIMNEYS.
100 Ll*, each SODA, SALTS. SULPHUR, COPPERAS,
SOO Lbs. Family and Toilet NOA PS,
4 Bbls. best KEROSENE OIL, &c., etc.
Patent Medicines and luYaiuafclc Remedies.
foreman's Elixir CALASAYA BARKS. I Whitcomb's ASTHMA REMEDY
Sradfield's FEMALE REGULATOR, PHILOTOKEN,
Radways PILLS and READY RELIEF.
MUSTANG LINIMENT,
COD I.IYER OIL,
Tarrants SELTZER APERIENT,
Hairs HAIR RESTORER;
Barry's TRICOPH GRUS,
Barnet's COCOAIN for '?ic Hair,
BUR KALLISTON I'-v ila i 'cmpVxion,
CONGRESS WATER.
Dr. Simmons LIVER MEDICINE,
iver's HAIR VIGOR,
" CHERRY PECTORAL,
" SARSAPARILLA,
" AGUE CURIO,
" CATHARTIC PILLS,
Mien's LUNG BALSUM,
book's WINE OF TAR forCouahs, Colds,
V full Stock of all kind of BITTERS,
For Cooking Purposes*.
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE, ORANGE, VANILLA. PINE APPLE,
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICES of all kinds.
Toilet Ar j ?c?es for Hie Ladies.
POWDER BOYES, verv handsome. I PENN'S EXC ELSIOR HAIR OIL,
CAMPHOR ICE*VINEGAR ROUGES, PREMIUM REARS OIL.
TOOTH POWDERS AND PASTE, HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS.
JENUINE BELL COLOGNE, HAIR POMADES. TOILET POWDERS
JUBIN'S EXTRACTS, | TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, <fcc., ?fcc.
CHOICE GROCERIES.
HAMS. Clear R. SIDES, LARD. FLOUR. MEAL. SUGARS, MOLAS
JES, SYRUP-', TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, .M ACCARONI, and all Goods
:ept in a first class stock, which will be sold low for Cash.
Tobacco and Cigars,
Always on hand a supply of Choice TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
It will afford mc much pleasure to serve my friends and customers al
ill times. And while tendering (hanks for the confidence and support
liven through the many long years of "he past, I respectfully Folicit a
lontinuance of their patronage, with the assurance that 1 shall use my best
?fibrts to give entire satisfaction.
Prescriptions carefully Compounded day or night.
Sept. 27 tf 40
rosiAH SIBLEY, S. H. SIBLEY, GEO. R. SIBLEY, ROBT. P. SIBLEY
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
Cotton Commission Meroha'ts
-AND
DEALERS m GUANOS,
No. 159, Reynold Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.
We again offer xm? Services in-the WAREHOUSE BUSI
NESS to the Public.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Colton, in Store.
ORDERS for BAGGING and TIES promptly filled.
Sept 5 . , .3m 37 ;
* ? - liv", vj
: ' . . ?VJ HUT
Carriages, Buggies,
AND
Plantation Wagons,
AT.
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
WYMAN, "MAY & CO.,
Manufacturers & Dealers,
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
jr.
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of all in want of a Vehicle of
any kind to their Large and Varied Assortment, comprising all tue LATEST
and MOST DESIRABLE Styles of
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, ROCKAWAYS,
Carry-alls, and Open and Top Budgies,
Which have been manufactured specially for them by thebest makers in the
countrv. We also solicit attention to
WYMAN, MAY & CO'S.
-.?nil. -?Vi
"TOToloott viii? ^S?Ta,&oic?
FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES.
These Wagons, made in Walcottville, Ct., of the Beat Seasoned Timber
and Pest Materials throughout, have been used in the South for the '.ast
fifteen years, and for Light Draft, Great Capacity and Durability, are' un
equalled by any Wagon sold in the South.
We are also Agent for thc Celebrated
MILLB?RN IRON AXLE WAGON,
Manufactured in the West, and especia!ly adapted to the Southern country,
and warranted to be the Pest and CJieapcst Western Wagon sold in any
market.
A Full Stock of HARNESS, SADDLES,
PLANTATION GEAR. TRUNKS, VALISES,
French and American CALF SKINS, SHOE FINDINGS,
SADDLERY HARDWARE, Carriage and Wagon MATERIAL,
Leather and Rubber BELTING,
LEATHER of all Kinds, &c, &c,
Constantly on hand and for sale at lowest Cash prices. . Orders solicited,
and will receive prompt and careful attention.
WYMAN, MAY & CO.,
.208 Broad Street, opposite Georgia R. R. Bank,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Au s 23 Gm '35
THE G0?T?3V ?LAN?
Cooking Stove !
i SlNCE tho death of the late Wai. HILL
and closing up of Iiis husmos, 1 have
take:: the Ageuey for the Sale ot tho
jWWJUiT iii ?
Persons wanting a good Stove, roch as
the " Philanthropist/1 " Chief Cook," or
" Cotton Plant,'' eau he supplied by call
ing on
D. Li FULLERTON, Stove Dealer,
AUGUSTA, GA.
No. 6 Stoves for ?20,00 and ?26,00.
No. 7 Stoves for ?2.5,00, ?31,50, ?33,00
$35,00, ?45,00.
No. a Stoves for s^.OO, ?37,50, ?40,00,
?50,00, *G5,00.
Augusta, Oct 4 _ 6m 41
Over Fi.c Hunilrcd Actual Fires
Fut Out willi it !
Moro than
$6,000,000
Worth of Properly Saved
from the Fla ?ses ?
THE
BABCOCK
F. W. FARWELL, Secretary.
122 Washington Street, Chicngo.
Insurance Companies reduce rates where
it is introduced. Tho Government
has adopted it.
Pats Ont Burning Kerosene, Tar, i c
SEND FOR ITS RECORD.
Aug 2 4m 32
For Sale,
100,000
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND among them --ev>-.rul Thousands OIR
CULAR RRICKS or Walling Wells
-uow ready f jr delivery
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar? tf ll
Fancy Articles for the Ladies j
]VIARKERT & CLISBY are daily re
ceiving New Goods in the way of Hand
some TOILET S?TS, Photograph AL
BUMS, PERFUMERY,- Fancy Toilet j
ARTICLES, <fcc..
#0VVi .t.U ... y j*
-Tbe primary ^u?e of Consumption U derange- I Sn
mentor the di&^tlve organs. This d?rangement US
produces deficient nutrition and assimilation. By Rffl
-.sslm?atlon I mean that process by v.-bica the nu- BJ
triment of the food ls converted Into blood, and ! ..
thence Into thc solids of the body. Persona with f 9
digestion thus Impaired, having the slightest pr?- f
disposition to pulmonary disease, or if they take Su]
cold, will be very Hubie to have Consumption o.' Hg
the Lungs in some of Its forms; and I bold that lt j S
will be impossible to cure any case of Consumption |B
without first restoring a Rood digestion and healthy Bj
assimilation. The very first thing to be done to to ?
cleanse the stomach and bowels from all diseased ggfl
mucus and slime, whlt-h to clogging these organs so jgga
th.a they cannot perform their functions, and then
rouse np and restore the liver to a healthy action. M|
For this purpose the surest and best remedy ls
Srhenck's Mandrake Pills. These Pills clean the H
stomach and bowels of all the dead and morbid W
sllme'that Is causlngdlscase and decay in the whole ?
srslem. They will clear out the liver of all diseased H
hile that has accumulated there, and rouse lt up ta ?
a new and healthy action, by which natural and '
healthy bile ls secreted.. t
Thc stomach, bowels, mid liver nr? thus cleansed j
by the use of Schenck's Mandrake Pills: but tl.ere
remains in the stomach sn excess of acid, the
organ ls torpid and the appetite poor. In the bow
els thc lacteals are weak, and requiring strength
and support. It is lr. a condition like this that
Schenck's Seaweed Tonic proven to be the most
valuable remedy ever discovered. It to alkaline:,
and Its usc will neutralize all excess of add, mak
ing thc stomach sweat and fresh; ft will give per
manent tone to this important organ, ana create
a good, hearty appetite, and prepare the system
for the first process of a good digestion, *n4
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood.
Altar this preparatory treatment, what remains
to cure most cases of Consumption ls the free
and persevering usc of Schenck's Pulmonlc Syrup.
The Pulmonlc Syrup nourishes the system, puri
fies the blood, and Is readily absorbed into the
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There lt ri pens all morbid matters, whether
In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assLsts Nature to expel all the diseased matter, in
the form of fro.? expectoration, when once lt ripens.
It to then, by the prent healing and purifying
properties of Schsscx's rulraonic Syrup, that all
ulcers and cavities are healed np sound, and my
patient to cured.
Tho essential thing to bc done In curing Con
sumption to to get up a ?rood appetite and a good
digestion, ao that the body will ?row in flesh and
set strong. If a person has diseased longs,-a
cavity or abscess there.-the cavity cannot heal, tho ?
matter cannot ripen, so long os the system to below f8 :
par. What ls necessary to cure Is a new order of gs
things,-a good uppetite. a good nutrition, the body ES I
to grow in flesh and get fat ; : ?n Nature to helped, aa
the cavities will heal, the mi Uer will ripen ana be tm
thrown off In large quantities, and the person FM
regain health and strength. This ls the true and Egg
only plan to cure Consumption, and If a person to pg
very bad, If the lungs are not entirely destroyed, tm
or even if one lung to entirely gone, if there to \/}?*
enough vitality left Tn the other to beal op, there to 11
1 r* li ave seen many persons cured with only one f '"'
sound lung, live and enloy life to a good old age.
This ls what Schenck's Medicines wul do to core
Consumption. They will clean out Urn stomach,
sweeten and strengthen lt, get up a good digestion,
and give Nature the assistance she needs fe clear
the system of all the disease that ls in the lungs,
whatever the form may be.
It to Important that while using Schenck's Medi
cines, care sbonld be exercised not to take cold:
keep ln-doors In cold and damp weather: avoid
night air. and take out-door exercise only in a
j genial and warm sunshine.
I wish lt distinctly understood that when I recom
mend a patient to be careful In regard to taking
: cold, while using my Medicines, I do so for a special
! reason. A maa who has but partially recovered
! from the effects of a bad cold to far more liable to
' a relapse than one who has been entirely cured;
and lt ls precfaely the same In regard to Consump
tion. So fong as tho lungs are not perfectly healed,
just so tong ls there Imminent danger of a roll re
turn of the disease. Hence It Is that I so strenu
ously caution pulmonary patients against exposing j
I themselves to an atmosphere that ls not genial and
! pleasant Confirmed Consumptives' lungs are a
mass or sores, which the least change of atmos
I ph ere will inflame. Tbe grand secret of my suc
j cess with ray Medicines consists In my ability to
subdue Inflammation Instead of pmroktag lt, ?a
many of the faculty do. An Inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, be exposed to the biting
Masts of Winter or the ch tl liny winda of Spring
i r Autumn. It should be carefully shielded from
?ll Irritating Influences. The utmost caution
should be observed In this particular, as without it
a aire under almost any circumstances ts an lin pos
sibility.
Tbe person should be kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the Medicines continued
.in tu the body has restored to lt the natural quantity
Of flesh and strength.
I was myself cuaed by this treatment of the worst
kind of Consumption, and have lived to get fat and
hearty these many years, with one lang mostly
gone. I have cured thousands since, and very
many have been cured by this treatment whom I
have never seen.
About the First of October I expect to take posses
, ?lon of my new building, at tho Northeast Corner o?
i Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shaU be pleased to
1 give advice to all who may require lt.
Full directions accompany all my Remedies, so M
; that a person in any part of the world can be
readily cured by a strict observance of the same.
}. H. SCHBNCK, M. D_
PhUslelphls,
JOHN P. HENRY, 8 College Place,
Now York, wholesale Agents
Feb 22_ly 9
To The Public.
THE undersigned respectfully inform
the public of Edgoncld, that he has
opened a TIN SHOP at the Post Office,
where Ire will bo found at all times pre
Earcd to do any work pertaining to this
usinoss.
Particular attention paid to Roofing,
Guttering, Repairing, <ic.
All work guaranteed.
ALONZO E KEARSEY.
Oct. 18_lm 43
Onion Setts! Onion Setts!
JUST received TWO BBLS. ONION
SETTS, White, Red and Yellow. H you
.wish to produce the largest size Onion?,
this ls1 the proper time to plant your
Setts'. Fdr salo by
G. L. PEJOf, Bttxggef,.
i Oct-tt :

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