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"Little Blunders.
I have a cheerful -wordto-day,
My modest friend, for j-ov,
About those awkward-little things
We sometimes say and do ;
Ne'er let a harmless blunder tirrgo
Your manly eheek with .shame ;
You're'not alone in such-mistakes,
For thousands do the same.
Now, should you woo a lady fair,
And think her warm and true,
But learn some dav, to your surprise,
The flfiine was ail iu you ; .
Then laugh you, too, if others laugh,
And crush*chagrin and shame ;
For greater men than you aud 1
llave done the very samo.
Or should you hope to charm the town
With sweet, poetic strains,
And when the grand attempt is madje,
Get laughed at for your pains.
Stand up before the witty world;
You've still your honest name,
Don't care, a pin ; a host of men
Have done the very same.
Or if t ? some imagined frit-nd
Your tale of woe you bring,
And 'stead of sympathy or aid,
Receive the scorpion's sting;
While learning tc be more discreet,
Mind not the girief and shame ;
Forshrewdandhonestmen. my friend
Have done the very. same.
In short, whato'cr your blunder be,
Hide not an honest face ;
Yet strive to ari, in word and deed,
With dignity and grace :
But when the thiug is said or done,
Thihk not of shame or blame;
But rather sav ?. Why should I fret .*"
Good uien Lavo done the same.
But should you ever slight the source
Whence truth and justice spring
And from your manhood stoop to do
A mean,'unworthy thing,
Then hide your face from heaven and
earth, .
And weep for very shame;
. For Nature's honest man, my friend,
Has rarely dons the sams.
" The horse that frets ls the horse that
sweats," is an old saying of horsemen,
and it is just as true of men as horses.
The man that allows himself io gtt jrh
tated-at every little thing that goes arness
in his business, or in the ordinary afiai rs
of life, is a man that will generally ac
complish but little and will wear out
early. He is a mau for whom bile, and
dysr>epsiahaveapartlcular'ibnduess, and
for whom children have a particular aver
sion. He is a man with a perpetual thorn
in the flesh, which pricks and wounds at
the slightest movement ; a mau fur whom
life^&s little pleasure and the fufure
small hope. -
An exchange truly says* "Good roads
benefit every one residing along their
course. Good roads save horse flesh,
they facilitate the transportation of the j
produce to market, they save your tem
per, they increase the value of lands,
they lend attractiveness to the eye of a
stranger, they increase the traffic and
?business of a town by its vitality in all
^branches of traffic. Show us a town
*which receives a large country trade by
means of the fine roads leading to it,
and we will show yon a place tbsi f s live-'
ly, progressive and.thrift}-, with money
circulating in plenty, and men in all
brane?hes of industry busy ai beavers."
E?r* Several New York young ladies
have fornuyi an anti-tobacco soei?ty; ??s?'
amuse themselves by injuring their
gentleman-friend? to cign a pledge not
to use the weed, which they do uuani?
mously, and smoke as much as ever. So
ll parties are pleased, and. the reform
line still moves forward unbroken.
To Rent./ :
-jv/TY SHEPPARD PL.&TA?I0N\1
ATX with from one hundred and fifty to
two hundred acres In cultivation-fifty j
of which is bottom laud, and will pro
duc? from ?0 to 40 bushels of Corn per
acre. The remainder is Avoll adapted
either to Corn or Cotton. The Plantation
lies almost within the corporate bunts ol'
Edgefield Yiiiage, and bas two settle-,
menis upon il. ?
FOR SALE. ?
1 Pair Harnees Horses,
1 Wor?c Horse, .
1 No. 1 Saddle Horse,
1 Buggy. #
The Horses can be bought for cash, or
on credit with approved security.
H. W. ADDISON.
Nov G tf 46
F. ?. Brahe & Co
20G Broad Street,
Augusta, Ga.
HAS just opened a MAGNIFICENT
STOCK of GOODS, composed .of every
thing to be found in a
First Class Jewelry Store.
Ta the inspection of which the3r re
spectfully invite the citizens of Edgefield.
WATCHES and JEWELRY repaired
by first class workmen.
Oct. 15, 6m 43
PLATT BROTAIS
Are continually receiving
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS
. * -Of
New Furniture !
Ooiupiiaing all the -
LATEST STYLUS AXD PATTERN
-Of
Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room
And
OFFICE FURNITURE !
FROM THE HIGHEST GRADE
r*' "T? THE LOWEST. " "H
And ??nsist?of every*article of, FURNI
TURE required to famish a House or
Onice complete.
Call and examine at our Ware-Rooms,
Undertaking !
Always on hand, at ?he lowest prices,
Beautiful Caskets and rases,
Of our own manufacture.
? tU .VXJflpE BROTHER j . <
' 212 and 214 Broad Street, .
M AUGUSTA, GA. - '
July 2 . ly 28
E?t.IsaacT, Hegrd. : O.M. Stone.
.ISAAC T. MM & ?
Coitos Sueters, .
Ci irner Reynolds and McIntosh Streets,
j . AUGUSTA, GA.,
COMMISSION ON COTTON ONE
DOLLAR PER KALE.
General Agents for
GULLETT'S
Improved and Light Draft
COTTON GU.
. - * ,?
ALSO, COTTON KING PHOSPHATE. !
Augusta, Sept 17 . Sin 39
TO SPORTSMEN !
Shephardt, Pointer?, Setters, Retrier*
en. Newfoundland- St Bernard, Fox
aaa'Deer-Hoands, Greyhounds,
Elood-Hoauds, Ratters, Coach-Bop,
Bull-Dog?.
Prt miiim Chester White Hogs.
Thorough-Bred Berkshire flogs.
Fancy I'oaltry and EfTftf.
Fancy Pigeons.
Address
C. L CALVERT,
Newark, Del.
jar All order* left with Mr. JoHK Hi
FAI?,. Eo^eueldVJ3*,JV.<WiU. .?*ei*0
prompt attention.
?Z&L_Lt_JL_
? fiim Regard!
LOST, on tho 29th Oot>,between Edge
field C. H and Chappell's Depot, a
Memorandum .Batik, ,coutaining twenty
odd tWiars^and an order on Win. Haltf
wauger, from A Ramsay, Clerk of Court.
The nam o of .V.J. Haltiwanger was writ
ten on the b?ick of the book. - :
' Ten Dollars Reward will be paid for
the delivery at the Advertiser office of
the said Book and contents.
W. L. ANDREW?.
Nov. 6, St 46
FOB SALE.
A FEW Bushels RYE for Seed.
W. F. DURISOE, Jr.
Nov? . tf 46
The Live
DRY GOODS STORE
OF A?GIJST\4 i ? K
-is
The Old Virginia Fredericksburg House
V. RICHARDS & BROS.
Il IS NOW FULL OF GOODS, from the first to the fourth*"ffebr,.irielnding
everything that is Dew and desirable, and at prices so low that none can
really object to them.
Every depa?.tment is now full, and it would almost be impossible to enu-"
merate qualities and styles of the choice and elegant goods "displayed, but
we mention in part that we have a fine assortment of Velvet and Cloth
CLOAKS, some of them elegantly trimmed with fur, presen tin g a comforta
ble and elegant appearance ; Beautiful striped SHAWLS and SCARFS in
elegant rich colors, from $1 50 up ; H most s tiper b assortment of BLACK
SILKS, also in colors ; all the new Fabrics in BLACK GOODS, including
best makes of ALPACAS, from 25c..to the finest , ; j
In FANCY DRESS GOODS we never had such a" variety, including all
the new colors and shades, such as .the Sage Green, The Elephant's Breath,
Paris in Ashes, London Smoke, Chicago in blames, ic" &c.
It will be a treat for any one who likes to look at r?>OH
NEW AND BI??TIF??Xi GOODS .
to take a stroll through our house, whether they wish te purchase or not,
we extend to all a hearty old Virginia welcome.
V. RICHARDS & EROS,
Corner by the Planters' Hotel.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. in -3m - 43
(io to 262 Broad St.-,
AMD Bil OF
M
Y?E have just received our FALL STOCK OF DRY GOODS, -additions
to which are daily arriving. We have got the adiante-g?1 hvef ffl'nny by
having a member of our Firm residing in New York, who makes all the
purchases of the House, and who, through his lang experience in fte great
est of all Drv Goods Markets, enables us to receive
The Newest and Latest* Importations Much
Quicker and at Less Expense
Than those Houses, who have not this important advantage. Moreover
we attend every NEW YORK DRY GOODS AUCTION SALE OF IM
PORTED GOODS, and have several times bought At Half its Worth,
the Choicest and Most Select
SILKS AND? DRESS GOODS,
Which we have always advertised at prices That Cannot be Beat.
Our Ready CASH SYSTEM does us in the^e cases a great service, and
we can assure our friends and the public that we will convince them of what
we say when they visit our Store.
We only buy our Imported Goods irom Direct Importers, and our Home
Made Goods from the Factories,
'ATA FOB CASH.
And a long experience has taught us to understand that herewith we not
only do profit.to ourselves at the time of purchase, hut receive still larger
profits through the patronage arid recommendation of a public that ever
appreciates '
CASH PURCHASES.
We cordially invite every body to call and judge for themselves. We
guarantee our Goods, and know our prices to be as low ?s any in the market,
ur Salesmen are both polite and attentive, and by continuing to give the
same close attention to business, we hope to receive this year our usual
share of patronage.
MULLARKY BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods.
Augusta, Oct 16. 3m 43
Great Attraction at-Jtihri?lotfS?<?ep?W
GEO.
-'/ . .. ?KQih'QU ? .,Bt)}J??<} 'I--- :i> ?8 ir;A vjttj .. ??J !u?i;r?-??/?
HAS jost Received, and' still receiving,- I .. . ? ' IQ U
A fine line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of the Latest Styles, at!
the Lowest Prices, -IA V rt .
' MEN'S CLOTHS of-.all 'sgr&dej and ?R$ceM* * %
Brown and Bleached DOMESTICS, Bed TICKING,
PR?NTS of al} Styles and Color*,., ; ... ?o? ?CT I
BOOTS and SHOES, very cheap,
Ladies' and Gents' HATS of the latest fashions,
Ladies' SAAWLS, BALMORALS, GLOVES, ?c. :
And iu short, he has on hand a full supply pf everything in the. Dress
Goods line usually kept in a well ordered Country Store, to wnie^'he.mvites
especial attention.
Also, in Store,
A PULL STOCK OP GROCERIES, &c.
SUGARS, COFFR?! SYRUPS,'MOUSSES'; frSft<5? .' - ,
HARDWARE, English Hollow Ware, Chams, Traces, ?
Pocket and Table?OT^j^? w W \
?grl ara paying' tWnighest trices for COTT?N/ni Cash or Goods.
PROVISIONS taken in Exchange for Goods.; ;,. Iti; ??t4,
Give me a call. Satisfaction guarantied to ' ail ? whd .flavor ine .with, their
(?rade. #
Johnston's Depot, Nov 6
i ?>> GEO?tfK J. TO.\ET.
?. ?i at :< n VSbft ,v.?J) 46
, ! . : .': . ?'i
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
C. K. fi?iiL?,
GR A NI TE VILLE, S.'%"}' ' M"[*!A
rm.> v>.n? IttVA \o ^\}*U til W*.K\l\\
H AKE pleasure in announcing .to their friends and customers thaf they
are now opening a care&fly??$'eV#ad Stbbt?bf ?M??Viii Wmter Goods, em
bracing
Bj" ...2Ti 'if [I'HnrWltf dviit?i'Li?w?| :u.i i>m/. hf^i
eautirar ^[email protected]#,
Ready Made Clothing, - ***-? - 1: !
. .; 1 \; Hats,. Caps; Boot$ Sj&d?ig
Ladies^^AWLS arfd Balmoral SKIRTS, '?J?
,,, Dress TRIMMINGS; RIBBONS. BUTTONS, ?cc. _1 " .
' TxE? vT?ST CQRSgfS, ??QSE and Half "HOSE," ~ ~ Z
HANTIERCHIEFSJ mvLJ^B^i |UIIf, ' \
- , Ladies* &d $ent$ IJNl^I^STi, ! J / I ,
' Gent's *TOR?ISHT?vG GOOD^ * * ' * 1 * * V?
Groceries, a FulJ {and i V?Hed? Stock.
CROCK^Ry^GLASSWARE, TIN', WO.OD anci PIARDWJWRE,. . . .
?iipf um mm 0
I-' SADDLE, BRIDLES, and evervtl.ing in the line,
TRUNKS, VALISES. Carpet SACKS,
- TIES and BAGGING, and Second-Hand BAQGIXG,,... , M
TOBACCO anrl SEGARS, a choice stock. ' T ?*.'?* ? ? .
Patent MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, SO?t?,
Hair. Nail'and Tooth ERUSHESe ' "1
CONFECTIONERIES in endless Tarie'tv,''
School BOOKS, PAPER,. ENVELOI^S,, fcyjft* Hf IX Ul .68 ,
Cotton Sold free of Commissions !
*" All of the above Goods, and a great raarfj others, which we have
added to our ^tock to meet the wants of our increasing trade*, were bought
in person from the Lost Houses in Baltimore and ?Nejfl Jr."9fiW^.?^^. .D^^
'were consequently bought at the lowest prices, and which we are willing to
sell at very SHORT PROFITS. . i... ?
[J^" The public are rjost respectful Iv invited to call and examine for their
own satisfaction. ? 7 ".ii"?., . Bf # H'M AH? M ,
?. Ki HENDERLO* & BRO,
Graniteville, Sept. 2"> . tri ?si ' ?.m 40
W. SWEARENGIN. ' . J., li. WOODWARD.
New Chois! WiWWm
?-U4<j-?U-.i *>'a tnt/ HU > .11 ,
WE respectfully aunounce to pur friends and customers of Edgefield and
adjoining Counties, that We are now receiving our large and well selected
Stock of
FALL AND WINTER G??rJSV"
-Consisting in part of-rtf ? ??T4 MU'> ll J
DRY GOODS, of every style and kind',
Men and Boys' CLOTHING,
HATS and CAPS for,all,
BOOTS and SHOES fresh from Tao tor v.
^ ' tv I ll 1/ MM > H .L kn
Our GROCERY is now stocked with CHOICE.GROCERIES, such as
. BACON,-MOLASSES. SALT, '
FLOUR, MEAL, LARD, CORN, OAT.}, .,
IRON, NAILS, , _.
FACTORY YARN". LEATHERT ] , , , t
? BAG?TNG and Tlfet?,/ ?/ V? nob?** (ooqv.MJ M
TOBACCO. SEGAP.S^, "*ol??
WHJS^EYS; W4jm,;;B?KA?EiEs, mi*(w ?#Wf*??*
tillenee.1^- . ';!' .' ' A DllUV
AndinTa<*'eTeryt.hin^g?n?rall^ ^ ^."Pir?t .?raJ?^.Hl?i?9.,'i^l -ft*
Augusta, or any oth?i" Southern market prj;cev . . :i. "* "?'.?'.l,', \ Y'?\
Give us a call, and save your-Railroad.exj^ns^.freigl^
SWEAREiVGIM & W??OS?Wl?^, ,
. ? - .vu.^i??E'Hw$t??:??jd..u,
Oct. 2, . ti ,, ,7 , " ^r';
GRAND C'?M?IMTION 0RG1NS.
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
Scribner's Patent Qualifying Tubes,
An invention having a most important bearing on tho tuture reputadoh of Reed
Instruments, by means of which the quantity or Volume of tone is very larg?ly
increased, and the quality of toriOjrendered . . < .
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the
Same Capacity;
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent," "Vox Humana," "Wilcox I
Patent," "Octave Coupler," tho charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stops, and .
ALL THE LATE IlttPBOVEIHEIVTS
Can be obtained only in these Organs.
Thirty-five Diff?rent Styles, for the Parlor and the Church.
The Best material and Workmanship.
Quality and Volume of tone Unequalled. (
PRICESl&?o to $500.
Factory and Warerooms, Cor. 6th & Congress Sts., Detroit. Michigan
(Established in ?850.) ' ?&-AGENTS WANTED LN EVERY CQU^TY., ;
Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH, ORGAN C(? Tetroir, Michigan!'J V
lip? awamm ^Wm
Merchants and Planters .?^^^-^^K
OF EDGBFEELD COUNTY;. : ,?Y. SKt^SL^SS^^^^
MILLER, HACK & HOWARD, ^^^^H
Augusta. Ga. rr^T . "
1 Atrency for,Buffalo Scale Company.
T -8 WC . . . ; ' ' _
IT is w.th pleasure and gratitude that we. announce the continuation of
our firm at the same well known stand. , . : . ' :
Our?ENERAL:6EQCSBRY and COMMISSION BUSINESS will be car
ried on' with increased facilities. . . . '
We haye on handstand are receiving, alargar Stock of Choice Fami
ly Groceries anil Provisions, than we haye ey.e*.o^red-^he
public before, consisting in part o?: .
Bagging, m >'> Ghetto* -?M-Site?/?: SfflH1* . ? 'TitTtles,' ? . ??
Tib, Crackers. Co|?3TJ A. ; lu; ?: -P&serves, .
BaooQi ,?''.'."* S : '.IS?d??, ?iOH?Jh??if,l>^ -"l? -B?isins,
Hims, Soap, --Segara,- . Currants,
Ldndyi ? I i i : ! M -A.'. < lOaMles? ;nq w afittfiforti ? ' ? Almonds, I i;l? i
Po?rk,.. 'MHM K?f? jt^W;i'Tj JW?&i/iAH ^AJXlffltf?iM"T
B?ef, Spice, Liquors, Brteils," V A
Flbur, ' Ginger, --^ftnegar, Walnuts,
M?fltfiflfA'i . .-.-i-.i-MuBtard,' a*d ?a^Jey?i*rfo3 .:??* Arti >Blackir?g;i ; .li ?
Gast?/? io! . j v.- [fifgcepA ,??^otiEeatbtuO natfl q?o?!Bl*i?%|f>*)?i
Salt, Cloves, - Citron- Buckets,
Molasses,* .'. i<Iv? .J 'Ntitmegg,- unit l?iBiwi ns J?? filu'U . J'ubs^ .. ?>W
Syrup, \ Ca?am?n,! * i fj?iilatta^? ?ail V ' ' Brooina, tko,
iel nij4i-,-.T ; . i?t?v a., * * ' . ^
^^ecfJ^ye, B??W?yr^heat and Oats.
Ail ki'nc?pfyCQWfe?y PRODUCE sold on Commission.
Oaf Mr. W. S. HOWARD will be at Edgefield every Sale day. Ci .. < '
"- ' MILLER; HACK ST-^OWKRTK
e.
Grreat Attraction at
.a ???.w^g
XII ??
,*1<H. 8' tUti* ,*ttVrtitUo Itflin*? ^BlllM-r^fl ,ll?iitl
For 1872 and 1873.
?I l^cnl tO?i#.
rINGS and VESTINGS, that can lie found in any lixs^cla.syMarchuut Tailoring Es
blishmcnt in any citv South, andthorc are nene 'ffiliw-2\?rt?v . f ,
The above I am prepared to make up in mofefylirtest abd h?o.stjitsh?qnab?e&tyle,
ith scrupulous care and neatness, and at the most ro??oh?b?e/p??ccsl ".1. .. I ! I
Having secured the services of tho most experltmco(l i?jutt??s, I can guarantee
entire satisfaction. , . v. j.r-t - J V. F . VT ? . i 'it;
I have also the finest assortment ^f-GEJiTS1 -F?tlNTSIf rNG GOODS.1 such as
?Ties, Scarfs, Stocks, French Kid Glovei,!??dtfey Kaaba and! Bdrfih.J<1d> Stoves,
buckskin and Kid GannUqgpvJtattvro
TRUE PIT, (D) NEW YORK YOKE and'SW W?f? ?',\TTEl?^rSHI>4S-thc
latter of which I also make tb order. 'J ' k,fv'-; '1 .ll/l 'M 1
ALSO-A fine stock of READ Y-M \DBiCLOTHING] prlnbipaHV: of ii?y! own
inaujjfacture,, winch, I pffefcat the, Vj?PV.^OWl?Sfl) CASH EJ&Cg&y \t\At\H
Buying exclusively for cash, I am able to get my Goods upon such terms as tobe
.gnnbied to compete in prices with the Northern market
I hspc you will not forget that thfe elfll?t*?lar?*e?ftres thc first choice.
Ml ,l'il1t)1 ff??HttiUB?kt, Augusta, Ga.
Oct. 14, 2m . T . , 43
LES?LE' BRa?E?
-AND
Commission Mercli'ts
: 175 and 177 Broad Street,
"u_ .
WE b|dAnw ftffrtiqi ??r ?S?B Stock < tt?^^f^^?^ bonsistj
W in'parfof^l1 . ? I ? ?*H DU ?.
Bacon SIDES. Bacon SHOULDERS, Dry Salt SIEfti^/wl r*T<!
'SUGARS of all grades.
_ ,Sl^!^N^Mj^ yan?T ni nal?oQ
*? MOLASSES,'RioVLagim:iand Java COFFEE,
Crackers, Pickles. Cove Oysters,
CANNED GOODS consisting of PeiBbes, BlackberTTe^/^?^, &c.
MAe*KEREL-in Batrelsi-Katt" ah* rruarfcex. hb^and Kita,'., ,
Se?d':WHEAT,-Seed-R?E,'8ee?v-l>ATS, See'd BARLEY/ ? " :
.Cfte**Liqnors'of "BRANDY.'WHISK'EY, GIN, "^<?'?? ?*i..in
F '^?r?'?lso:crr1ering tW rabs?'b'olrlfefete aird ' dttrdest 8toe*k.?of.-BARRELt
LIQUORS of tCbf BMrtoltf ThVCityT'and .selling ?JP^^tHW W induce
buyers tojfarchase' h?are'r'h'?hie7'?han iii Ba^rtr.rnhf?re1s.,. . 1
.TdHl??Thvif?/s^n? ^?r^tf^P.Edg?ROT wWi?d' talce tins' occasion
[toi exDresfVor tS&ntaffit mm'pas't lfberaj- patronage; . and. j-efpeojUulk vet
nue?f? c&b\inuancqj?f 'f?re spmp; '* ' TIMO . . -
ITiII^^uying o?rrjood.s'Tor C?s^ jpare prepared .to. cell.as low, a'n'd oit-'
timea^oyar, tto^a^jp^erj^o^s?an.'ifie Citj^" "': ,
^Augusta, Optgj?ig ..... .u';' ? y tf t?"<
I > M*ri u ? . 1 ).; ?.' ; . ubi /-.-/.. 7
.""."rp~T/Oi/ IV / I
0?missioi|i mrmmm,
?ji???^cS^j^^eioW?fi frRtfo?'fi?d^i'-li?f^?R?,'i?i - toi
jwhich they'xaspecttalljfrtpvk? ihss?.,atIentj?rf of-TinfjjxfW?c/ bein| !.sfr?isfi;4d,
/.'.hat ntfn? ciin or jwH-e<iera belter grade'of "Good's afc lo w?rVtlgurca,^' .)v^.' '
have now oji<4i^foll^uto'S of .,,, ..'Ji......
rr g ^p/^{fM}^ X i?m.rmMW .)*Oj /Toll
ll/VGGIAf?.-. ? . r.?* .-. '1
. KI . ^TAflit SI,
VHLsiaiF^, .."...>"
BRAIVDI?S4
' WIi\1??, .
POINTER
TOBACCO)
? SEti ARS,
?A1V]%ED FRUITS
,Ai\B VEGETABLES,
And, in'fact EVERYTHING usually fou?'d in First Class Grocery
Houses;i
. We are also Agents for the sale of Wm. Massey ?V Co's. Celebrated Phila- I
delphia:?LES. . ' . J2:\ '* ' *"
Wi?l be glad at all times to see our Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Class of Good? air the Lowest Market Prices.
Sept.is. .. ?. ,. ... r,,,.... r : ? tf j j 39
EfflffS B???Q???T GOiOCI?:
IS BEYOND ALL QtJESTION.
The Besii and Cheapest Perftime;Eye>r Produced
Every Bottle guarantied in every particular. . Prepared and sold by.
I../ ?. 1. PEN* & SO?.
?SeptU' - tf 38 i
THE ONE PRICE ?ND EVER RELIABLE
I BQ?T AND SHOE W??iy
OF AUGUSTA.
AGAIN salutes the good,people of Edgefield, and invites them, when they
come to town, to call at his new and beautifnl':
- , -.ii'I v.:?J..--. >t .' u3?ir?bt "i iB-?
SHOE EMPORIUM,
/ . . . . vms?
Where they will be politely and; justly dealt with.
Never in the. history of Atfgnstahas a better or larger Stock been offered
to the public. He promises -all those who honor1 him Tilth their patronage,
a Saving of 20 per eent., in theil* annual Shoe .Bill
He will be responsible for every article sold,'and make-reclamation in
every inat?hce when work does not give full satisfaction.
His house is not sustained .by " influence," nor by the" services of Drum
mers. The character-of the (roods he keeps, and the dow and uniform pri
mee at whichthe sells, recommendthemselves.' . ..,
?To the people of Ed ?efl eld, who have so generously Patronized' me, and
to whom I am largely, indebted-for the partial 8uece88 ;I haye ?t?teined, I j?-.'
(ijurn; my most ^ratefirraclinowiedgmehts \ 4n4^P*^^W^|^ StOT^
the future do au in my power to merit ?he generous, cp&pcleW J^Ve,
reposed in mei i , .. *< **.-.?..... Hi
- BETER KEEKAlf,"
il i* . $? Broa? ,0fc., ferd ?t*k-\fik<jm Om?t^Ba^H *?*?*
? I i .... " .'sli?/; ; ".!.???*? 'AU??TAf.??JW?Mi
,?"ct. 15, , .' 8fc i i--ii> H .!... " j. *<. . ..t*n?r>43 -I?
4-- -ri-?Jb.
41
*,! -TP . '':'TMT " i?"' ' '"? ' ",;ri? ."
?.pr 1 uiiii .? i ??ffinj** -.;?.:I.I?>- Ii*
?>,' ..! -. /?-I.J7-, r'/l-.i.. .\I -H) Tl,lil -IKllji. i. Il-uli f.lU.
; HE. Undersigned having established his ..oftce - nt Eoge?eld.-as ,Gemers!
gent i for. -the Cotton -'State* X: le ?omi aaxe Company, (
invites-astention to? bne- or two1-?f.. thfe adwtntages offered,.those whomayii
desire to effect insl?jatf?? ?Yn't^rJKvwr a?8?fe-Ho?ae;Gomfarjy.? ,i. . "-?ii
The Board of' M?r??^eH; itt a r?centemeetring./passedwuif^
lowing ' R?Bdl?tion ^.,'l? yr*'M*'wv*'\. ...*i<*-,.," Ir..i?ti?iiw^ *.,.,* ."<,
T l?eSbh??7; That iii ''view oF'th?'f?bMlafr fchwe-aa-fl-uausHatty large snms.
'paid for'-iirfeIn?s?r?t?cei t?"t?ie Co^Auieyof'"the (North and< Eas'fr, which,
sumsi'-brtfn^ '?h??? 4?vfefbcf^^cbn4;KbuW ?o- Dbe'enrichment o*' those section?,
virai oaf own Sd?tK'is ?rf?tly'in^e^Qf'cash'cabital'tb prosecute-streps*-<
70 per cenV?f the same $ Wstei?n,sn^ttUn^e'i't?'niaf1 b?^n'ac-ec-r^
.ince wiih'?he regulations of the Company,^i?tt?&'??tfM?ft?falvMctitiiV
%i? Premiums are aUained " ' , ' I *'nW>[ ' ?* ,Mf ">w1 ",u ""^ ' .
PIS
IGEO^B^S.(O^JBEAR? Sec'ry. ?ii to li? .ii.*-.: /???.tfio J
?In Accordance with the above Resolution'ft"'Board lof-'Adv?8e<?r5msfcee?
has been regularly organized at ?dg?fielij .C. ?|;JSi :^t^,ft^ofl^^
O?icers. v^j> ",^ -, 1 *?... .... ?i ?F? n ;
Mai. W. T. GABY, rresident. j .<"' .. .' "<'uji?-( .r r??n
?CW?fc B.V'O^K?.Ti?? Presi<!?iJt;A ' ' " ,,M,{,'. 1
R*<-k ? n .* A' IT, ii .Vl^Hii?i '.HIM ? .?K
. 0. SA^,iJsq,lfSeCpetaipr..: w : .....,/>,,?."., . n . ,r
T^is Board is. now pr^??r^ tp^|rans?dt i?nsTO?e8) aii?cin'veab.the-funds-o?^
the jf?j?pany;^??aWQ to'?e.'n'res?-jD^q rewr^rj|fis|'",,(,?? J/''";
The ?'Mrfani<ji?ll?trene:tb of-tbe-^WirxiriYlpiac^,it''in lycn''rank'''Ifs '.last.'
Annt?al' ?tatom'eri't slrbtvs*thal! the"'Company ?possesa, -besides*its Jaree- Guar^.
^?^mt^w^Mm- ' . - ' - ' .... . ...
June 21, .fd*-,..- ,1/.. ..f...<MW,.. r/,... ,"27, "
\H 1 I
?ll ? .*.-..(. :!!.?)i
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. v., .."l /. if
J.ifulif ,li .1
wi tu* i ? S
'.?r..| : I j ??.'^I? ?MVV? ? ?/ - li ;<i?li IIIAIH ?nu?
r ..fl 1 ;-|
.I fl Ht I.*. I
?f ' III ?.
Politic*^?sued OT^P; ;
Income over ?
. ?- . ?...(?..I
i "y-ttl . i m ? "
1 *Utlt ?. . . lilli* I
; .-'?..i? . r. ? . - $|
i lt * M. IS J; I .
I 1 . f'l" ,. .*f..n .
?OO.OOO.
.. T,J.e. pruess of this Company during tue p?st've?r has been STE?JDY
Andi- PROGRESSIVE. The Managemeci ?COK?MICAJU- the Losses
SMALL. 4 - . .'. .. ! .
.During the-sum?ier months our largest businea^was from the Nort?iMn,
States, in which we have no Southern, competitors, since no Southern Com--]
pany but this has passed the rigid inspection of the N?r?h?mTnsuranct
Departments. ' '
.We need no extended advertisement iri-Edgefie?d, other than thegi'iUefulil
testimony of the widows and orphans preserved from want ty policies in
this Company. ,.'. .
We are known and patronized rn nearly everj- household. 04UT friends
^Icnow where ta fiud us wh,en' they n.eed insurauce,, '.*.-.. .., . ..
LE APJK.a\)a?jr. i1 'K AXSOHI,
General Agents, Augusta^ Ga.:
B. M- TALBERT. Canvassing Agent, ) ... . .., . .....
?. IvEESE. *.' .*' " . } .
E.-E.-JEFFERSON > ' ? . ? ? J . ? , , , , tx "
Oct 9 ' ' "? * : n . ? tfll .v40 u
FOR- THE FALL T?lAD^r
' '. U '. ?ilHi I?. I' '?!...( -fi.'. ! . \%>',< +\t
-0--- .'. ..-....> -.. ..wl Viii
M.
O DOWD &
. . . "-i" " .., , tl,. - I.f.
0O,
. . Are Now Recei vifig itljeitr \ ; \' ];t
. V I*.,
-OF
fl ii snit's ..
ri f...... ? .j.i- >/.
^ro?jen?s, Liquoi,9? Wine?, S?-fars,' &e.
/. 1 I '.!' /Il , i ?*.*.". . - |i| -'?..il > 't-iaill'fJ?lfl l'ii* lni?i?|.ii'f'> iii -'
. '. ' " ' /'".tepmprisinc ...:..i.-... .--i.. .i.i.u I
Sugars (air-'?nwles), : . r*f\ !t?..tiWasse.s,;. ' .......( ".
^f?oJffeoiCRioand ?>vi?? ; Syrup (any quality), '
1 ;"("p;'R. Bacqn eide?;"" j I
- ' ''Baerori Sitoaldei**,
j ' M' ?u?k i--' do., .".
. Lard {tie ree an d k ogs),
1 :? 'Teas, of every quality,
i w
II , 1
.. -Bodn;
'. ' Starch. " ' ' 1 ' ' '
^m) nditf orjif/ifn'l
Canales,
' ?* Bokels] :'. ' .! rs i'iy
.A _,^I?lluu?.l Gjh',', ',.y,
:. . French Brandv,",,M,'< ?'".'< '. - ?
?Whi-kv, everv gradi?, .Iroin tup com-' -rs* ? * - // ?..'
moncst to tfie-4inest ; ' .
.. ? _ MJtrfliJ I Jj!// j
. Ntfw Knglaiid. Riiia.-.. ... \'Z$*$? " , , , .,
^??f^^^11 ^^?^i'^-?*0-*-**1 ^ Tsapieity. o?. toods suitable for Planters,
. 1. O'llOWD ?UK
M WOODS r :
1872.
Fall and Winter.
f>;ij/;u yf?M
1872.
190 Broad St., Augusto, Ga.
? <<: ut\ '?;?? .'?sp i
4RE now receiving; and will continue to receive during the*Seaeon,
rHE CHEAPEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK!
Chat they have ever offered to the public.' Their friends and the'.public
?eneraily are invited to inspect it.
We are determined not to be undersold, and in this"'connection will state
o our friends and patrons that we are prepared to sell them Goods'at the
JOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURE*.
. Everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods es?blishment can be
ound at our Store. " " ^ 0^ . .
I?* Call, examine and judge fori yonrselvps. J
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 25' 3to .' 40 i
Colunrbia
v Office, Law Range,
uig, up stairs.
Kept 4 t.;
'S C .
Bauskett's'BoUd
-, 4 Wim
H,W. ABBISOS,
LAW RANGE, EDOEFI?LD, C. H.
' Brick Office, formerly office of ?do
ragne & Add&on.
Jan. 1, " ly
, -iianLawJtotice.
T. . .. .i .it! S".. '...<? -op
HE undersigned have formed a Co
partnership fbr the PRACTICE OF LAW :
in Edgefie?d County, and the Counties of T
the FifthCircuit, under- the name and, i
stvleof MAGRATH <fc ABNEY,
TJi?y will also Practice'ln the Co'urts bf -?
Trial Justices for these Counties. . . .
?"THOMAS P. MAGRATH,
?<. JOHN H. ABNEY.' ,.
Edge fi eld, Dec. 13, ' tf 51
M. L. BONHAM. R. G. BONHAM]
? Attorney at Law,
Office, at Edgefie?d-C.-'Bfv S. C.
I Jan?*-.'. ?>t?tp?t*} ? ?...fir V .
. .?'t?^eirtist,''- '.*.??..? **> .?
. ll ??i Prafeasianal,afttyteasAatteMhiiM
"''Feb 28^ ' . "TL tf-"'1* '^TOL ?*.*?
,tart7*-'-4l 1" l il" ?iS'AnH ??'>VV,i*M|*-j&wfo .
AivroiNB pavhhww,na
:?dM'dt,,;"M:j:?;:
,,.? . ?/di ?i/.-.irt uJ aa^ifrp^h lui ?i? >IM-?<K
a:Wa rehosi*?r? Proprietor* H m >?
i?4?iAfesWnSv1fe? B?yiwg^flBd.'^ntBg.^M
f .ut ^1 j? ,.- ; .?0 !,per,Bule...?v":" .> .vfrtJuii?..
^fp^vm^^m^i^^, m.
lt j ; .u ul? I^^il.itt hun - g . <)t.^..r
-J. LrdAABGHkin.-A^igU??9ik]C% jUiFS/UWJ* ;.,
ijrfai^inuJtT.
M'j Warehouse
;:|?oia^M::Mett?::';^
?JaeksoA-?ereeg.. -u,,,.*; n-.i i.fi
; ..(iuVU4i?ST-|k.??liEp^IAK. V,.?...,,/,
;Coiir*?ssi&"ft^ l?t-*?l?
*Yfe|- Ge*?*' 'Hw il-.HI?? JUM .J.?.-.KM ut fi?.
?^'Augustat.SegUL., u?k l.,?+t..,lr*W,t-u
' ? nUmty>nWfrm ?, fu.?
lr*]-** '^lu^?*%e<rf*t?! ".' "<
1 ' ni -V - ?' Ji .?Hi-.- .'..?Iii'. Mt,..,, bil?
JAMES A. H3IrL GO.,
. AgeWfprthe'saieTO ..'
" I ?J?BFOLK OYSTERS, .<. f
ALSO,
,i ; ? iAwJ-tb^^y^Oi:^ *fi ,I,I".,I
J F?&sttN?^?V*r^ "
? eelV?tt fiaily .fty"EkfftM?.{''A Hteeral als* '?. .'
t?nrlcaly?T^^ade,WtHctr?4W.,?-'?*f '.- .:"
'^.Wtt wirl also'Veepr-tWnStaMiaT ?t?'himd', <
iirhe??'ni se*ison', WIL?f 'GAME, .'ef all ?.
'kinds,' rtOWC?AL ITv?FPS,'<t?i^NOI>- .<
THERX VEGETABLES.
.^AMaBS<Al'fIX9<M/t )-?_'ltA>?.-*\?..H?MKTl M
OtailSfta-. a?..? JJt .*r i?...-,- -43 ill
"? ?v~r,rrii'fr^'Tin~' ~j" ?n -' i . < .-..,;
. -i <? ?^{i"ft-r?-iVif i < ? '
4" *.^'t??f?m1 '.
DOOKS?.
IM
MOULDI?N'GS, 'tirf'ACIvETS; " '
?!afV 11xttlr^!} BnrMers'"
FunrMihig . If mrdKvarcv .>: Drain - .
.Pip?,,?,?jt?r.Tiles, .iV?re Guards-,
Terwi -Cf>?a Wara, ^fttrbl^.ana ,
Slate Mantle Piece's. .' '
Circulars and Price Li^ts sent
free on application, b}"
* - ? . *? ' PvTOJML?aV'- :i "<J
S 28 Haynaaud'ai Pluck ney ?Uh,,, tw<
Charleston^*g,...,
above is a first-class ?^LAT TOP
ST(5VE, aqd'gimr^teed'to be one of the
best'?akers oversold. The beat passes
all rouud the oven. It also has a patent
L un JC? iron *IRE J'SCK , mm lasts as tong
M five,common ones. ?v?ry'?ne 'war
ranted'. (i Sold a^'-low as^ah^^?fdfti?ry .1
stove.
.JfO^?S;. S?kfYTHr? ft Ct).
Sept 25, 3m 40
-: \ 'I 'tUii-'? ; mi.>-tri-m-:-.nr '> J T< I
Tiffi i i-i
SIMMONS'
REGULATOR
Thfti unrivalled Me?i'dne t?iwarranted
jot'to *)outain a single piy?i?v.of >?BB;
??RY, brany injurious mineral substance,
JPVBELY VfeClKYljSrE.
For F.ORTY YEARS it ?as proved its
:reat value in bil discuses bf the LtVER,'
?OWELH and. KiDXKYs:'.Thousands of
ho good and great in all parts of tho
.ouhtry vbuclf for 11.4? wonderful and pa
uliar *?>ower in purifying- tho BLOOD,
timulai.ing thc torpid ,UVKK ami BOW
ELS, and imparting new Life and Vigor
? the whole svstein. SIMMONS' LIV-,
SR REGULATOR/ is acknowledged to j
lave no equal as a (
LIVEK I1IED1C1I\E.
It contains four medical ?l?ment?, novj
r united in the same happy* proportioir
nany other preparation,' viz: ?'gent?ij
Cathartic, a wonderful'Tonic, an unexj
eptionable iUterativeiandia certain. Coi
?ctivo of all impurities of th? b<
?uch signal success has attended ifs
bat it is r. w rogarded'as the
3 it IL AT UiXFAlLIK? SPBCJIl M
ar LIVER COMPLAINT and the
tl'spring thereof, to, wit: DYSPJ
:ONSTlPATION, Jaundice, Bilious al
acks, SICK - HEADACHE,. Colic, D
ressloiv of Spirits, SOUR 8TOMA01
leart Bum, &c, ?fcc
Regulate .the Liver and'prevent
CUItLS.A?D; TJEVEK,,
humous' Liver, Regular * .
I? mauulAct?red* only by
J. li. ZI?LLN?? CO.,
[ACON,"G.V;, and PHII.ADELPHIA>!
rice'91.QP per pock'age; gent by onaiu
postage paid, $1.25.- Prepared ready!
iVu^inlx)tties,.$l-50T
' SOLD BY* A LL ?)RUGGISTS.
?Sr Bowhre of . ali .Counterfeits
nitations..
Sept 12 * ly

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