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When the life like cl?udyweather,
Is with darkness o'er east,
And fate whirls thee like a feather,
Bg?io upon the wintry blast ;
E*?^hen darkest skies are lowering,
' Let,oo_hope forsake thy heart ;
Eerchance it may like summer's flowers,
In glorious radiance start.
Hope thou on, what fate betide thee ;
Hope alone can comfort give :
While thou hast a Mend beside thee,
Thou must have,aa aim to live.
Hope but not too milch in earthly
Fleeting things that pass away ;
Ere the anxious hand has grasped them,
They have mouldered to decay.
Hopo, but not for larne or glory,
ansient meteor, luring on
gilded name in story;
rtoo dearly are they won.
Hope thou on. but not to follow
After titles, rank, or wealth ;
This world's titles oft are hollow
Riches cannot give for health.
Hope thou on ! Yes, hope forever,
In the trust that fail eth not ; .
Hope that when we've crossed death's
t . river,
With the Just to cast our lot :
?LiT?*till looking toward the ibuntain,
Whence all healing waters flow,
Hopo that in the holy mountain
' We the Joys of heaven may know.
The reply of Luke Billups, a wor
thy Louisiana negro, to a Radical
who wanted him to support, a carpet
bagger, was to the point. Billups
said : " I cannot support that man or
any other stranger. I see around me
gentlemen working in the field with
the plow and hoe ^rho were wealthy
before the war. Among them I see
my old master, earning nis bread by
the sweat of his brow, while new
comers are making their living easily
by staying in the shade, and that is
something- I do not understand,
have lived in this parish thirty-three
years, and have always been well
treated by every one residing here,
trtrd I shall give my influence to no
man who is not indentified with the
BEST BAGGING AND TIES
Notice to Planters !
"V^*; " i re now receiving, and are pre
; r. d furnish ?mr customers,
Ko, i Bengal Bagging
In quantities to suit their requirements,
and would be glad to have you.- 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. W. CAB
WILE or Capt. T. W. CABWTXE, at Edge
field, S. C., or sent direct to the House,
will receive early attention.
WAHREN, WALLACE & ?0.
Augusta, Aug 2 tf 32
282 Broad Street,
AU GUSTA, GEORGIA,
Importeis and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
BRANDIES,. WINES, GINS
BITTERS PORTERS, A LES\
Of all Grades.
Tobacco and Segars
Of every Variety.
Rapidly Increasing Trade!
laney Goods Store.
251 Broad St., Augusta, (ja.
MRS, N, BRUM CLARK
HAS returned from New York and
offers the Largest, Best and Cheapest
Stock of MILLINERY and FANCY
GOODS to be found.
RIBBONS, LACES, COLLARS,
CHIGNONS, CURLS, (fcc, ?fcc.,
GIMPS, BUTTONS, tte., ?fcc.,
HOODS, CAPS, SACQUES, SCARFS,
Velvet RIBBONS, ?fcc, ?fcc, in variety,
jay* New Goods received semi-weekly.
Cheapest llats and Bonnets in
Small Profits and Quick Sales I
Mrs. If. BRUM CLARK,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18_3ni 43
Branch, Sons & Co.
Planters' Loan & Savings Bank,
Warehouse : *
AllgllS t/Xf Gr CL.
CONSIGNMENTS respectfully solici
ted, and Liberal Advancesinade on same
Bagging. Ties ind Provisions furnish
ed Cast ?incr.s :it !ow< si ratos.
Storage on ni' . ??rable teriu> io che
large an i fi .intnodious Warehouse of the
Planton*' L'>:m ?fc Savings Bank.
Augusta, Sept 13 3m 38
JE?IS, SITH & CO.
Have This Day Removed to
]STo. 5, McIntosh St.,
(Opposite our former place of business.)
"WHERE we have the most ample
Open and Close Storage of any in the
City? "which is strictly Fire-Proof.
TAOS. J. JENNINGS, "j
JcsBrn T. SMIH,
WM. P. CRAWTOF
Augusta, Sept. 1, lt.il. 8m 38
Southern Grown Fruit Trees
For Sale at the
WI. K. JVELSOtf,
Cultivator of. and Dealer in
FRUIT ; TREIS,
Grape Tines, Strawberry Hanls,.
flf, - r tte-, dre..
Send for Circular.
Augusta, Nov- 22 . ' Sm 48
JUST Received FOUR BARRELS
No. 1 KEROSENE OIL;" ?
L. PENN. ; 1
C??oiee Family groceries
PLA TA TI ON S ? PPL IES.
JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER
HAVING set their STORE in order, and having received a Large Supply
of the BEST GROCERIES, &c, that can be bought for money, now offer tc
their customers and the trade, a large Stock of FRESF 'GODS, viz :
Stuart's, Cut, Crushed, Granulated, A, B, C and Yel SUGARS,
Java, Laguayra, Maracaibo and Rio COFFEES,
Green and Black TEA, of Best Quality,
SLsart's SYRUP, GOLDEN DRIPS and MOLASSES,
Sugar Cured HAMS, Breakfast BACON, New FLOUR,
Factory CHEESE, English Dairy and Dutch CHEESE,
Gilt Edge Goshen BUTTER, Prime Leaf LARD,
CANNED FRUITS, PRESERVES and JELLIES,
English CRACKERS, English Albert BISCUIT, Fresh,
American CRACKERS, of all kinds, Fresh,
MACKEREL, CANDLES and SOAPS, of all kinds,
BACON, Sides and Shoulders ; Liverpool SALT,
BAGGING, of all kinds, and TIES,
WINES and LIQUORS, of first quality.
WE HAVE ALSO ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF
Market, Fancy and Traveling Baskets, Tabs, rhums, Buckets, Trays,
Straw Brooms, Feather Dusters, Counter Brushes and Hearth Brooms.
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED EVERY WEEK.
And our customers can rest assured that we will do our best to please.
.7AMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 BROAD STREET.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. ll_6m_ 42
E?KERT & CLISBt
Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
Superior Wines, Liquors^
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c,
EDGE FIELD, S. ?.
JN addition to our usual full Stock of Goods, we have just received ovei
$3,000 Worth of PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES, embracing in
part the following popular Medicines:
3 Doz. Tuft's EXPECTORANT,
8 " " SARSAPARILLA,
6 " " LIVER PILLS,
3 " " JAMAICA GINGER,
3 " Ayer's SARSAPARILLA,
6. " " PILLS,
1 " Jayne's EXPECTORANT,
1 " " ALTERATIVE,
1 " Allen's LUNG BALSAM,
1 Whitcomb* ASTHMA REMEDY
2 " Ayer's CHERRY PECTORAL
2 " Brown's TROCHES,
2 " Helrabold's BUCHU,
2 " RisleVs BUCHU,
1 " PHILOTOKEN,
1 " Bradfield's REGULATOR,
1 " Tarrant's SELTZER APPERI
1 " ROSADALIS,
1 " KOSKOO
6 " Dr. Simmons LIVER MEDI
CINE, <fec, ?fee.
4 Doz. GOLDEN EAGLE BITTERS,
4 " VINEGAR BITTERS,
: 4 " PANKNIN'S BITTERS,
4 Doz. PLANTATION BITTERS,
4 " HOSTETTER'S BITTERS,
4 " LADIES' BITTERS.
Hair Dressings and Hair Restoratives of all Kinds.
We have also in Store a Choice lot of First Class Family Groceries, such as
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, RICE, CHEESE,
CANDLES, all kinds, SOAPS, STARCH, SODA,
In Store and to Arrive :
20 Bbls. of Pure Old RYE WHISKEY,
4 " " " CORN WHISKEY,
25 Gals. Pure California BRANDY,
25 " Pure Old French BRANDY,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
In Store, an unusually large supply of CHOICE SEGARS and FINE
Chewing and Smoking TOBACC?S.
JBS^The Public are cordially invited to give our Goods an examination.
No trouble, but a pleasure, to show them.
Edgefield, tf 39
JOSIAH SIBLEY, S. H. SIBLEY, GEO. R. SIBLEY, ROBT. P. SIBLEY
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
Cotton Commission Mercha'ts
DEALERS IN GUANOS,
No. 159, Reynold Street,
We again offer our Services in the WAREHOUSE BUSI
NESS to the Public.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Cotton in Store.
ORDERS for BAGGING and TIES promptly filled.
Sopt? 3m . 37
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,
50 Barrels LIQUORS,
25 Barrels WINE,
100 Boxes SOAP,
25 Boxes Self-washing SOAP,
15 Hhds. Cuba MOLASSES,
25 Barrels "
25 Hhds. R. boiled "
50 Bags Rio COFFEE,
100 CHEESE, best Factory,
30 Tub3 choice Butter,
25 Barrels Amber SYRUP,
15 " N. 0.
10 Tierces Nev Carolina RICE,
100 M. CIGARS, all brands,
BAGGING, all kinds,
TIES, best arrow,
All kinds CANNED Goods,
Family GROCERIES in full sup
ply and very choice,
WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES,
. Matches, Paper Bags,
Pepper, Spice, Mustard,
CORN, STARCH, Table SALT,
All at Lowest Prices, Wholesale and Retail.
Mr. GEO. C. ROBINSON still serves his friends as usual.
Commission for Selling
Cotton, 1 1-4 per Cent.
STAPLES & REAR,
278 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
ALL persons indebted to WM. HILL,
dee'd., will please call upon the un
dersigned, -at No. 265 Broad Street, Au
gusta, Ga, and settle their accounts.
Oct26 tf 44
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. ? ....- .
]PARTIES " desiring" their. Winter's
supply of FIRE WOOD; - can get ll,, in
my qp?Ati&.ty ?PPty??g
' : - 1 ? r R. O. SAMS.
Kor.? * c . .
0. D. GOODMAN,
(Formerly of Ninety-Six and Cross Hill,)
BEGS leave to announce to his friends
throughout Edgefield and Laurens, that
he/is"?dsrvR?rrr!~;~ "**. '
The prominent Dry Goods Merchants, of
Augusta, whSre" n?; will be glad' at all
.thanes to see and serve them-promising
them advantages hot to be surpassed iby
any Other1 Dry Good* "Establishment in
the city. ?>-.-'->-". -.' ...-<-.?. j
-aw**w>*rf;.. mn IM? i i ii.._
DRY GOODS !
.JU *J '.J ?
P. & M. GALLAHER,
190 Broad Street, Augusta, Gai
WE arepleased to be able to inform our friends and the public of Edge
field,and*8iirrounding Counties, that our Stock of
Pall and Winter Goods,
Ia now complete in every Department, and is by far the. largest that it has
ever'been our privilege to ofter to our friends and customers.
This splendid Stock having been purchased by one of the firm, who has
had twenty-five years experience in the Dry Goods trade of Augusta, is a
sufficient guarantee that it has been well selected, and will be sola at prices
that cannot, fail to give satisfaction.
All consumers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to give us a call before
P. & M. GALLAHER,
No. 190 Broad*Street, A (.GUSTA, GA.
We will open on Monday, October 16th,
a superior line of DRESS GOODS of
French, English, Scotch and German
Manufacture consisting in part of Gros a
Grain, Gros de Rhine and Japanese
Irish and French POPLINS, in solid
and fancy colors,
VELOURS, Satin DeCHENE, French
MERINOES and Empress CLOTHS,
Pure MOHAIRS, Black and colored,
ALAPACAS in all colors,
All Wool PLAIDS,
Solid DeLAINES, <fec.
Also a large assortment of French COR
SETS, at low prices.
P. & Itt. GALLA HER,
_190 Broad street.
If you want to select a GO' D SUIT
from a splendid Stock of r' .tUs, Cassi
meres, Sattin'..., ?-?-*-y or North
Carolina Jeans, cali at the Store of P. ct
M. Gallaher and you will be suited.
P. & AI. GALLAH FR.
190 Broad Street.
In our LINEN Department can be
found a choice assortment of Bleached,
Brown and Fancy Table Damask.
Also white and fancy Irish Linens.
Damask and Huck Towels, Napkins,
Doyles and Crash.
P. & M. GALLAHER,
! .190 Broad Street.
We are just in receipt of a large in
! voice of White Red and Grey Twilled
and Plain FLANNELS.
Also ? a large ?ssortment of Opera
FLANNELS in all colors,
Ladies and Gents UNDERVESTS and
Balmoral, Boulevard & Hoop SKIRTS.
P. &-M. GALLAHER,
190 Broad Street.
Just received a fine assortment of Plain
and Fancy Sash RIBBONS,
Also a full line of Trimming and belt
In order to meet the increasing demand
of this branch of our trade, wc have
made arrangements to receive fresh sup
plies every week.
P. ?kHI. GALLAHER,
190 Broad Street.
Always on hand a heavy stock of Do
mestics, such as PRINTS, GINGHAMS,
Shirtings, Sheetings, Drilling, Osna
burgs, Plains, Linsey, Denims, Stripes,
Plaids, and -triped Osnaburgs,-which ! m.i"MB""(. ^- ~ ,. A ...-n """
wo sell at Manufacturers nrices . We havc now in TSL0LV- -J,d ^"11 con"
vv e sen at j^ujaCTurere P"??. tinuo to receive we ;':ly, a beautiful linc
l'H) P.r'oad'Street of SHAWLS, the styles and prices of
_ :- - - t ---! which cannot, fall to suit the most fastidi
Specihl ind; incuts ottered ?ii English , on?.,
and Germain HGSJSaiulTIALF liOoE, ? Ai?-'>. :i large lot of line Bed BLAN
Linen, Cambric, Uemined-ftichcd, Bor- K ETS uuil Marseilles QUIL VS.
H.-red, and Smbroidored Man.(kerchief... P. Ai t; v?7l vlf'Et?J
<-. v ti ti H. vH:.R. . 1?0 Broad Street.
In a limited advertisement, it is impassible to give in ?den of the . inf
of our stock. Suffice it to say that it is expansive, and Wils hv *old
al Hie Lowest P<*iuiblt? Pri?es.
An examination will convince the most skeptical of thc truth of the above
P. Sc ll. G.* LL A BIER,
190 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 3ml 43
Watches db J"ewelry.
THE Subscribors would respectfully inform tba Citizens of Edgefield and surrounding
country, dint'ney ha v.; just received a Lurgu Assortment of WATCHES, of the Bust
Manufacture, which bey wi-1 offer ut lowt-r rates than any House in the City.
In addition, trill bc found a large Stock of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, set with Dia
monds, Rubies, Garnets, Coral,-BRIDAL SETS OF PEARL-NUPTIAL RINGS-WATCH
CHAINS, CHARMS, Ac.
A Fine Assortment SOLID SILVER WARE, embraoing FULL TEA SETS, WAI
TERS, leo and Water PITCHERS, CASTORS. Berry and Butter DISHES, Card RECEIV
ERS, Card and Cake BASKETS, Cordial STANDS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS,
?nd every thine in the Silver Ware line.
Always on hand a superb stook-of GUNS AND PISTOLS, consisting of Fine Single
and Double Barrel GUNS, and Cult. Smith it Wessen, Remington, Cooper, Sharp and Der
inger PISTOLS, and many, others ot' the latest invention.
Also, FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES, PORTEMONNIES, and
FANCY GOODS of every varioly to be found in a first class Jewelry Establishment.
We would also remind the public that we keep a Special Establishment for the REPAIR of
fine WATCHES and JEWELRY. All work entrusted to our care will be executed promptly,
neatly, and warranted for ono year.
A. PR0NTAUT & SON,
163 BROAD ST., one Door low Augusta Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Dec 10 ly 15
1871. Kail. 1871.
MATCHLESS DRY GOODS.
McGill, COSTELLO & DALY,
"VVE frreet our friends and the citizens of Edgefield generally with the oponintr
of the Fall Trade, aud assure them of our being in the very best position to pros
ecute it to a success.
We have now in Store a Stock of Goods which we have spent much time in se
lecting, and which is acknowledged by all to be one of the best assorted Stocks of
GENERAL DRY GOODS
In the City. We will receive Goods from our Buyer regularly every week. So
that we shall bc able to show EVERY NOVELTY as soon as it appears in New
We hnve a uniform Price to All, and our fixed principle is THAT NO ONE
We do not propose to enumerate our Stock in detail, but call attention to thc fol
lowing Departments as Specialities:
DBE?!*' GOOD?,-Embracing Black, Colored and Fancy SILKS,
Silk VELOURS. Silk REPS, Irish POPLINS. Manchester POPLINS,
French and English Medium and Low-Prlced DRESS GOODS, in great varietv,
The Celebrated Buffalo, Queen and Crown Brands of BLACK ALPACA,
French and German CORSETS,-the finest Stock we ever saw in the City.
Themost famous brands-all the new styles-of French KID GLOVES.
HOSE, in English, German and Balbriggan,
LACES and LACE COLLARS, in Thread, Guipure, Cluny, Duchesse, Maltese,
Italian and real French Valenciennes, 4c., 4c.
TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE TRADE, wc would say wc have spacious and
well lighted Rooms np stairs, where we keep a large stock of 1? O Si fcST IC
G O o D S of Every Kind, which wc will sell by the Bale or Piece, nt 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 we sell once, we generally sell again, as our increasing trade testifies
Our motto is: COURTESY AND INTEGRITY, AND ONE PRICE TO ALL
MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY,
22? Broad Street, under Central Hotel] Angus]a, Ga.
Oct 18 : Sm 43
To the citizens of Edgefield.
Persons visiting Augusta will find it GREATLY TO
THEIR INTEREST to stop at
WHITMAN & BIRON'S,
(One of the Finest MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENTS in the City,) previous to buying elsewhere.
We Guarantee EVERYTHING which we represent will
GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION.
So remember that at No. 229, Broad Street, op
posite Masonic Hall, you can be fitted out most fashionably
and genteelly at VERY SEASONABLE PRICES.
Augusta, Oct 18 3m 43
J. H. BENNETT. J. W. THURMOND.
BENNETT & THURMOND,
131 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
RETURNING thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to
them, would respectfully announce to their friends and the public generally
that their Stock ol' . Groceries, and Plantation and Fami
ly ?Supplie?. is now FTJLOL AND COMPLETE, and that they are'
pV?p??fed- to^upp?y'th?ir 'Custc?mers wit?-EVERY'ARTICL^w-trire? Line,
of thk JBest"Qualify, and at Prices xcs~fioiir as the Lowest."" "'' '"
-..Thert-Stock -?meiste in- part^of 3AC0.N, LARD, SUG?.R, COFFEE,
SALT, MOLASSES, TOBAXXO,'BAGGING, TIESofc.&o. .
?^-Strict. personal attention given to . the SjALj?; OF COTTON and all
other. J?.rod ace -oqtuustcd lo their care. UK y v.
CHAS. G. GOODRICH,
271 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia
H A1TOTACX??&EB AND BEALES
HARNESS AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS,
BELTING-RUBBER AND LEATHER,
Tu IL -A. T H 33 IR, OF ALL I N"DS.
IHM AND AMERICAN CALF AND KIF ?,
Trunks, Buggy Umbrellas, Whips, &c, &c.
ALL AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION G?ARANTEEI
Augusta, Oct 25 4m 44
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
Goods are down at LOW FIGURES at my Store, and why ? Because '.
buy by the quantity, and pay the Cash,-that's the secret.
When I advertise Goods by-the Bale. I don't mean by the half doze]
pieces, brit I mean a Bale, and can show the Goods.
I am i .ow in receipt of Seventy-Pieces of Calico, all of tb
best brands, such as Merrimacks, Garner's, Sprague's, Hastel's, all of whicl
-I offer for 12* cts. per yard.
1 1 Bale, 1000 Yards, GRANITEVILLE 34 SHIRTING at 9* cte.
Yard wide BLEACHINGS for ll* cts. per yard.
Why is that lower than you can buy Graniteville Shirtings elsewhere
Because I have just ordered them from President Hickman, of Augusta
and have sent him a Check at 2$ di>c>nnt for Cash.
In a few days I will be in receipt of a Bale of ATHENS (Ga.) STRIPE!
and CHECKS, which I will se?i ver> low.
I will seli NAILS by the Wholesale for 6 cts. per pound ; retail at 7 cte
I am determined to sell G-ods as LOW AS THEY CAN BE BOUGH'
Farmers and Mechanics are ecpecially invited to come and examine m;
Superior Goods, Hats, Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, &c, which I know wil
^EVERYTHING IN THE DRESS GOODS LINE will be found at
J. H CHEATHAM'S,
At Sullivan's Old Stand.
Nov 15 lm 47
Ii: IlENBE?SON 4 BftOi
Gil ANIXE VILLE, S. G.,
BEG to inform their Friend's and Customers of Edgefield and adjacer
Counties that they arc bow opening their ?Stock of
FALL IND HINTES GOODS.
And take great pleasure in proclaiming it the BEST SELECTED an
MOST COMPLETE STOCK they have ever offered.
These Goods were bought in New York and Baltimore, from the Bei
Houses, and for Cash for which we obtained a liberal discount, and ai
therefore enabled to SELL VERY CHEAP, and this we intend to do.
We keep EVERYTHING usually found in a First Class Villag
Store, such as
Dry Goods and Notions,
Ready Made Clothing,
BOOTS AND SE01S,
Hardware, Tinware, Crockery,
BAGGING AND TIES,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL. COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
SYRUP, RICE, MACKEREL, SPICES, SOAPS, SODA, &c.
Also, a full line of SHOE FINDINGS, Sole LEATHER, Kip and Cal
ffi?^We are at the same old place on the Corner, and most cordially invit
all to call and examine our Goods and Prices.
BQrWe continue to SELL COTTON in this market Free of Commission!
?. K. HENDERSON,
F. B. HENDERSON.
Graniteville, Sept 20
Miller, Hack 4 Howard,
__AVING secured the well known and commodious Store, No? 298 Broai
Street, opposite M. O'DOWD, Esq., have ou hand a LARGE and WEL]
SELECTED Stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Badging, Ties,
And all Goods in their line adapted to Merchants' ana1 Planters' trade.
Intending to h-?ve in;.ny Goods put up for our own trade, we have selects
as a name tor our House and Trade Mark. " The Empire and Palmetto Gre
We have now in Store, and dailv receiving, large Sto :ks of
BACON. LARD. HAMS, FLOUR, SYRUP, MOLASSES,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, RICE, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
TOBACCO, SEGARA, Soda, Soap, Can Fruits, Jellies, Preserves,
Pickles, Mustard, Macearon i, Buckets, Tubs, Measures.
Osnaburgs, Stripes, Sheetings, Shirtings,
BAGGING, TIES, WINES, LIQUORS, &c, &c,
All of which will he sold on the most reasonable terms io a eaters and con
MILLER, HACK & HOW ARD,
5?98 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept 26 tf ~ 40
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The Fredericksburg Store
THIS DAY m ONWARD
\T is with a gratifying pleasure that we announce to our friends: and pal
rons-whom we are proud to say number legions, and to whom we ?ir
greatly indebted for the success to which we have attained in Augusta
that we are, at last, in the NEW ROOMS which we have been adding t
our present building, and that we have filled them from the FIRb'T to th
FOURTH stories with all the choice and elegant goods of the sea ton] an
we cordially extend an earnest invitation to one and all
To Pay them a Special Visit
And see what has been done for their convenience as well as for the grea
display of all the ELEGANT GOODS OF THE SEASON.
Never have.we had the pleasure of exhibiting so fine a stock ot? goodi
commencing from the lowest grades of
Domestics to the Finest Fabrics Required in our ?arket,
AND AT PRICES NEVER ANY LOWER.
If we wished to, we would scarcely know where to commence to, enu?tej
ate, as every department is full.
To one of the new features we wish to call the especial attention of til
Ladies, and that is to our
SILK, CLOAK, SHAWL, SUIT MD FUR ROOMS.
To these we haye paid au especial attention in fitting up, and io which "W
hope to see them all, and we will not objectif they bring tbegentlemw
a?otig. frith' the?4.' "' T>? sure and- come'.
VT RICHARDS & BROS.,
'." ' AT FR?D?RIC KSBURG STORE,
>'????'?? . . . C ORNER EY THE PLANTERS' HOSTEL.
Algesia, tf Uk
y,:\ .1 ?'A'AVGL m
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
*: Oil O'--0
, MAY & CO.,
Manufacturers t Dealers,
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
H ru !>: ?il; Jhit
: uh** y I hi'.:.
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention'oif all in want of a Vehicle of
any kind to their Large and Varied Assortment, comprising all'the LATEST
and MOST DESIRABLE Styles of ;' "
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, ROCKAWAYS,
Carry-alls, and Open and Top Buggies,
Which have been manufactured specially for them, by the best.makers in the
country. We also solicit attention to
WYMAN,; ' MAY: &
FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES.
These Wagons, made in Walcottville, Ct., of the Best Seasoned Timber
and Best Mateiials throughout, have been used in the South for the last
fifteen years, and for Light Draft, Great Capacity and Durability, are un
equalled by any Wagon sold in the South.
We are also Agent for the Celebrated
MILLBURN IRON AXLE WAGON,
Manufactured in the West, and especially adapted to the Southern country,
and warranted to be the Best and Cheapest Western Wagon sold in any
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, J
Aug 23 6m 35
State of South Carolina
IN PROBA TE CO URT.
Charncr Crocker, ")
Lewellyn Nobles, Copy
James E. Nobles, Summons
Martha Davis, j- for
Mary Ann Carlisle, Relief.
To the Defendants Marilda Nobles, Lew
ellyn Nobles, James E. Nobles, Martha
Davis, Mary Ann Carlisle, Emeline
Nobles, Solomon Nobles, Amarillas
Nobles, Louisa Nobles and Alice No
YOU are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the Petition in
this action, which is tiled in the Office of
the Probate Court, for said County, and
to serve a copy of ymir answer to the
said Petition, on the Subscribers, at their
office, Edgefield ,S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of'the day of service; and if you fail to
answer the Petition, within the time
aforesaid, thc Plaintiffs in this action
will apply to the Court for tho relief de
manded m the Petition.
GARY & GARY, PTflV Attys.
The Defendants in this action will take
notice that this action is commenced for
the Partition of Land in tho Probate
Court of the said County and State, and
that a Summons in this action, of which
thc foregoing is a copy, was filed in the
offico of the Probate Court for Edgefield
County, on the 21st day of November, A.
D., lafl. GARY A GARY,
Nov 29_6t 49
Warren, Wallace tfc Co., ? Warrant
vs !? to Enforce
Turnor Clarj\ J Lien.
BY virtue of a Warrant to me di
rected, in the above stated ease, I
will proceed to sell at the Defendant's
residence, in Edgefield County, on Fri
day, the 15th December next, the follow
ing property of the Defendant, to wit:
22 Bushels CORN,
200 Pounds FODDER,
800 Pounds SEED COTTON.
JOHN ii. MCDEVITT, S.E.C.
State of South Carolina
Z. W. Carwile, adm'or. of
the Estate of Robt. W.
James P. ?Jarroll, ct al.
BY virtue nf an Order of the Court in
this cause the creditors of Robt. W.
Tompkins, dee d., are required to prove
their demands before the undersigned on
or before the first clay of January next,
or tliey will be barred of all benefit in
the judgment that may be rendered in
S. B. GRIFFIN,
Nov. 21 6t 48
Application for Discharge as
ON FRIDAY, the 5th day of January,
1872, I will apply to the Probate
Judge of Ed?" tu-li County, at Edgefield
Court House, kj. C., for a Discharge as
Administrator of tho Estate of Jas. R,
Rushton, dee'd. Distributees and Credi
tors will take due notice hereof.
BENJ. RUSHTON, Adm'or.
Nov. 25 6t 49
Onion Setts ! Onion Setts ?
JuST received TOW BBLS. ONION
S ETTS, White, Red and Yellow. If yoe
wish to produce the largest size Onions
this is tho proper time to plant youl
Setts. For sale by_^
G. h. PENN, Druggist.
Oct ll_ tf_42_
6Dozen LAMPS now in Store, ano
moro to arrive, of tho "tatest styles
with the Improved Burner, which it
warranted to give a better light? and ii
more durable than any ever offered ic
this market -
Oar CHIMNEYS aro superior for du
rability. . ??; ?i - , -
OaJl and examine for youraelvos. ni
THE CAUSE AND CUBE OF COOTUMPTIOJ?
-The primary causa of Consumption ls derange
ment of the digestive organs. Tola derangement
produces deficient nutrition nod assimilation. By
assimilation I mean that process hy which the nu
triment of the food ls converted into blood, and
thence into the solids of the body. Persons with
digestion Urns Impaired, having the slightest pre*
disposition to pulmonary disease, or if they take
cold, will be very liable to hare Consomption of
the Lungs In some of Its forms; and I hold thai it
will be impossible to cure any case of Consomption
without first restoring a good digestion and healthy
assimilation. The very first thing to be done ii to
cleanse the stomach and bowels from all diseased
mucus and slime, which is clogging these organs so
that they cannot perform their functions, and then
rouse up and restore the M vex to a healthy action.
For this purpose the surest and best remedy ls
ftchenck's Mandrake Pills. These Pills cl eas the
stomach and bowels of all the dead and morbid
s lime* that ls causing disease and decay In the whole
?vst em. They will clear out the liver of all diseased
bile that bas accumulated there, and rouse it np to
a new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile Ls secreted.'
The stomach, bowels, a .id lirer are Urns cleansed
by the tye of Schenck's Mandrake Pills; but there
remains In the stomach nh excess of acid, the
organ ls torpid and the appetite poor. In the bow
els the lacteala are weak, and requiring strength
and support. It ls in a condition like this that
Schenck's Seaweed Tonie proves to be the most
valuable rem-dy ever discovered. It ia alkaline,
and its use will neutralise all excess of add, mak
ing the stomach sweet and fresh ; it will give per
manent tone to this important organ, and create
* good, hearty appetite, and prepare the system
for the first process of a good digestion, and
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood.
After this preparatory treatment, what remains
to cure most caaes of Consumption is the Arre
and persevering use of Schenck's Pr?m onie Syrup.
The Pulmonlc Syrup nourishes the system, puri
fies the blood, and ls readily absorbed Into the
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There It ri : _ ns all morbid matters, whether
in the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all the diseased matter, In
the form of free expectoration, when once lt ripens.
It ia then, by the great healing and purifying
properties of Schenck's Pulmonlc Syrup, that all
ulcers and cavities are healed up sound, and my
patient Is cured.
The essential thing to be done In curing Con
sumption is.to get up a good appetite a.id a good
digestion, so that the body will grow in flesh and
get strong. If a person has diseased lungs,-a,
cavity or abscess there,-the cavity cannot heel, the
matter cannot ripon, so long as the system ls below
par. What ls necessary to euro ls a new order of
things,-a good appetite, a good nutrition, the body
to grow In flesh and get- fat ; then Nature ls helped,
the cavities will heal, che matter will ripen and be
thrown off In largo Tuan ti ti er, and tho person
regain health and strength. This is the true and
only plan to cure Consumption, and If a person ls
very bad, if the lungs are not entirely destroyed,
or even if one lung is entirely gone, if there ls
enough vitality left In tho other to heal up, then is
I have seen many persons cured with only one
sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good old age.
This ls what Schenck's Medicines will do to cure
Consumption. They will clean out the stomach,
sweeten and strengthen lt, get up a good digestion,
and give Nature ute assistance s?e needs to clear
the system or all the disease that ls In the lungs,
whatever the form may be
It is Important that while using Schenck's Medi
cines, care should be exercised not to take cold:
keep in-doors In cold and damp weather: avoid
night air. and take out-door exercise only in .
genial and warm sunshine
I wish it distinctly understood that when Ira-bom
mend a patient to bo careful ?n regard tq taking
cold, while using my Medicine*-, I do so nra special
reason. A man who has bot partially recovered
from the effects of a tad cold ia far mora liable to
a relapse than one who bas been entirely cured;
turn of the disease. Hence it ls that I so strenu
ously caution pulmonary patients against exposing
themselves to an atmosphere that ls not genial and
pleasant. Confirmed Consumptives' lungs are a
moss of sores, which ' he least change of atmos
ph?re will Inflame. The grand secret of my suc
cess with my Medicines consists In my ability to
subdue Inflammation instead of provoking it, aa
many of the faculty do. An Inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, bs exposed to ute biting
Masts of winter or Ute chilling winds of Spring
i r Autumn. It should be carefully shielded from
?ll irritating Influences. The utmost caution
should be observed In Ibis particular, as without lt
a cure under almost any circum jtancea is an impos
The person should be kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the Medicines continued
iintl l the body has restored to lithe natural quantity
of flesh and strength.
I was myself cn sed by this treatment of Ute worst
kind of Consumption, and have lived to get fat arid
, L?.artv these many years, with one lung mostly
i gone. I have cured thousanbi since, and very
m\ny have been cured by this treatment whom I
' . bi. ve never seen.
>, AcontU Firstof October I expect to tate posses
1 Rio t ./mvuew hulldlne, at the Northeast Corner of
? Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall be pleased to
! Itt? at?\ ice to all who may require lt.
Full directions accompany all my Remedies, so
that a person In any part of the world can be
. readily cured by a strict observance of Ute same,
H. aaSENCK, M. D.,
! JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place,
! New York, wholesale Agents
I Feb 22_ly ' 9_
; ( Fancy Articles for the Ladies
MARKERT & CLISBY are dally re
ceiving New Goods in the way of Hand
some TOILET SETS, Photograph AL
BUMS, , PERFUMERY, Fancy Toilet
Nov.,l ZL tf
ON the 20th inst., in the neighborhood
of Wm. Howard's, on Horse Creek,
one Red Hound SLUT, about 9 months
old, with a white spot over the breast
bone, and a small piece torre out of the
bottom*bf one ear. Any information of
her will be thankfully received, ?td a
liberal reward paid if required. ?r