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FIMO IM NM,
Established in Charleston in 1837,
And in Augusta in 1848.
THE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
the residents of Edge?eld and tho adjoin
ing Districts that he hits been appointed Agent
for the THREE BEST PIANO MAKERS
IN THE WORLD, viz:
STEINWAY & SONS, New York,
CHICKERING & SONS, Boston,
- HAZELTON BROS., New York.
And he wiU sell their Instruments at FACTO
RY PRICES, with'.?reight added.
Persons wishing4o purchase a SUPERIOR
PIANO FCZTEv?\\\ please send for Circulars
and Illustn-red Catalogues, and they will, find
they can purchaso from the BEST MAKERS, at
as Low Prices as they can of inferior one's.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent free
of all charges.
GEO. A. OATES,
24G Broad Street,
j?3"*Also, Agent for Mason ?k Hamlin's cele
brated CABINET ORGANS.
JOHH HUIS A. BONES,
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE DIRECT IMPOR
As weU as
Embracing everything in tho linc, and adapted to
tho reason, comprising
.. Reap Hooks, Arc.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
; . Shovels, Spades, Forks,
Horse Shoe Nails,
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Riddles,
BUILDERS TOOLS,--ALL KITTOS.
Together with a very large and varied steck of
BEST IRON AND STEEL,
And a general assortment of thc latest stylos of
Hardware and Cutlery
To all which wc invite tho attention of tho pub
lic, as we aro satisfied our stock and prices will
compare favorably with any offered in murker.
Augusta, April 24 tm 17
G0??-NEWS FROM BRAZIL,
w E bet? loave !o inform our old patrons of
Kdgefield and the surrounding Distriot^ that we
1 ave located at
?0 Broad Street,.
Whore we will take pleasure in offering them
GREATER INDUCEMENTS than ever.
We have on hand and are constantly receiving
a splendid assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
DOSIERT, FURNISHING GOODS,
WATCHES, JE WELBY,
?tc, ?tc, ?tc.
Having lived many years in Hamburg, thc
former principal market of Westers Souih Caro
lina, we havo selectoo fbi above Goods with a
view of meeline tho wants of our cid customers
^SJ^Country .Merchants and Planters will do
well to give us a cal!. ~
, EJf-Remomber, 140 Broad Street, An
LEVY & ASHER.
A. LEVY, formerly of Hamburg, S. C.
A. ASHER; formerly of thc Edenfield Ranger.1.
Apr 24 Cm 1',
HOW ARB YOU SOW ?
WISH TO SELL THE FOLLOWING A
TICLES at once :
25 bbl?. Choico New Jersey CIDER.
20 Casks Burton or Trout ALF, in quarts.
30 Casks Burton of Trent ALE, in pinu.
175 boxes and barrels of Choice and Fancy
CRACKERS, of every variety, received this
ino Ibis. Northern and Wostern FLOUR.
20 hid*. SIDES and SHOULDERS.
5? kegs Choico Family LARD.
100 bbls. Large No. 3-very fine.
CORN & H^Y.
A regular supply arriving as usual.
Every thing clso in my line usually found in
first class Grocery Stores, for sale on reasonable
Augusta, Apr 21 tf 17
SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO
Bau?h's Raw Bone
Raugh St Sons.
MA NUB!AG TUBER S& PROPRIETORS
No. 20, South Delaware Avenue,
This valuable MANURE has-been before tho
agricultural public, under one naa:c, for twelve
years past, and it.- character for Vigor of action
and permanence in tffect is well c/tabluhed. Be
fore the war it was introduced to ?ome extent in
the Southern States, and was found to be highly
Cotton, Tobacco and i\\ Crops.
And as a perfect substitute for Peruvian Gu
ano, (afforded at loss than one li .ii the cont.) it
h:?K been adopted by agriculturists of known in
telligence and discrimiuation. It is warrnittd
not to rxhau*t the soi', but on tho contrary per
jmweiitly to iutpjove it Tho sales now amount
to iriMoy thou '.and tons annually, and the facili
ties for its manuficturo aro extensive and com
prtmpblet di-s-?ribing its distinctive claims, may
bo bud on application to the undortigni:d, axent
of the ?n.iunfacturcrs, from whom the MAN'JRE
may at all tiiu'is bc obtained.
^S*-Pl an: ers .v.:d Denier's would do weil tu
send iii their orders carly to.
j. o. at?ir?ifwsfcN,
Fob li if 7
T II A. Gray's Wntch Repairing Shop, a lot
_of SPLENDID RUINING CLOCKS, wy j
Fib* ? * J
re art H eduction i
LI 4 Hil V & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
228 BEOAD STREET,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER
HAVING ON HAND. OVER
Worth of Dry Goods,
Purchased'Exclusively for Cash, since thc late decline
at Auction and Importers9 Sales, by an Experi
enced Buyer, who is always in thc
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Plain Black Gros-" Silks,
'Plain Black (?lace Silks,
Colored Chine Silks,
Colored Stripe Silks,
Colored Foulard Silks,
Black Crape Maret z, '
Black and Colored Cbaliics,
Colorea Crane Marciz,
Pal De Ch?vres,
Plaid win Stripe Poplins,
Figured and Plaid Cballies,
Black A Upai s<,
Lupine Bom baines,
Printed J.iconct Mttilir.s,
Black and White Organdies,
Plaio French Lawns,
.Printed Cam bries,
m mmMms WE HA?E
Bich Lace Circulars,
Barege ind Calif Shawls,
Lama Wool Shawls,
Black Grenadine Shawls.
India Loop Clotb,
White and Col'd t'arletans,
Embroidered Curtain Muslins.
Jaconet EdgiDgs and Insertiogs,
Swiss Edgings and Inserting)},
Jaconet and.Swiss Bands,
Jaconet and Swiss Setts,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Hem Stitch Ile nd kerchiefs,
Pl?.in L. 0. Handkerchiefs,
A LARGE STOCK OF IMPORTED LINENS.
Pillo-.? Case Linens,' .
Brown Table Damask,
8-4, 10-4, 124 Bleached Table Damask,
Napking and D'Oylics,
Turkish Bath Towel.?, .
Brown Huckaback Toweling,
Bleached Huckaback Toweling,
Bird's Eye Diaper,
Irish Linen Fronting,
Linen Shirts Fronts.
Brown Linen Drills,
Brown Linen Duck,
White Linen Drills,
White Linen Duck,
Fancy Linen Coatings.
20 Cases American Calicoes,
10 Cases Imported Calicoes,
James' Steam Mills,
Aud other favorite brands Long Cloth,
0-1,10-4, 11-4 Sheetings, best qualitiep,
Pillow Case Cottons,
1 l-l, 12-4 Marseilles Quirts,
11-4, 12 4 Lancaster Quilts,
Domestic Scotch Gingham*,,
Stripes and Apron Checks,
Cottonades and Nankeen Checks.
C? 3LH O H? 3E? ??.
Black French Broadcloths,
Black French Cx^simeres,
Black French Doeskin,
A COMPLETE STOCK OE
Hosiery a/o.ei D^Jo"fci?xxs?
To Merchants visiting this market we offer
Gr?at Inducements, having a complete assort
ment in Every Department.
238 Broad Street, Au^ *\ Ln%.
JAS. G. BAILIE & B
. DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D:
SHOES, BAGGEYG, ROPE
Carpets of All Kin
RUGS, DOORMATS, DRUG(
WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR Oil CLO'
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CES AND BANDS.
Groceries of All Ki
Usually kopt in a first class Grocory S
Of Almost Every Description.
BLANKETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, G
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, NAIL
BROOMS AND BUCKETS, WILLOW
TUBS AND PAILS,
Liquors of All Kin
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIP'
AT OUR. OLD STAND
205 Broad Streei
Augusta, April 30 3m
' DRY GOODS !
H. E RUSSELL & CO.
171 BROAD STREET, UNDER 5
IL JP. RUSSELL, W. DAKIEL, J. J. RUS
Offer to the public one of tho most
BEAUTIFUL STOCKS OF GOODS
Evor brought to Augusta, which haring be
looted with great care, and bought on tho
favorable terms, will be sold very low.. Oui
to being "quick sales and small profits."
' TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Wc offor groat facilitios in
PRICE, QUALITY, and VAR]
Our stock of DRESS GOODS consists
Black and Colorod REP SILKS
Black and Colored CORDED SILKS
Checke J and Striped SILKS
Plain Black SILKS 1 .
Black ?md Colored GINGHAMS
Brocho Figured GINGHAMS
Black and Colored TAMARTINE
Black, White and Colored MOHAIR
Black and Colorod IRON BAREGE
Black and Colored OHALLIES
Black and Colored HERNANE
Blade and White BAREOE 8-4
Printed French CAMBRIC
P ned BRILLIANTS
Colored CH A MB KUY
Figured PICQUET CLOTJI
PARASOLS and FANS
In COVERINGS we havo
Challo and Barege SHAWLS
Black, White and Colorod LISLE THRI
Black SILK SACKS, Long and Short
LACE POINTS, otc,etc,
Our Stock of WHITE GOODS cannot bo
passed, such as
SwL-8 MUSLIN .
Nainsook and Mull MUSLI^
Shird MUSLIN ?
BIRD EYE DIAPER
Plaid-and Striped NAINSOOK
PLAID and SWISS
CAMBRIC DIM II Y
, Our HOSIERY consists of
Ladies' best English
Lad:e/ Lisio Thread, plain and open work
? Gents' Brown and Bloodied English
Misses' and Boys'
Linon SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Cambric SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Lace SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Muslin and Linen COLLARS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
For Gont?' wear- .
Black Fronch BROAD CLOTn
Black French DOESKIN CASSIMERE
Black French DRAB
LINEN GOODS, plain and fancy
CRAVATS and COLLARS
Lisio Thread and Gauze UNDER-VESTS
DOMESTIC GOODS-- *
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 Brown SHIRTING
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 Bleached SHIRTING
5-4, 8 4, 10-1 SHEETING
PILLOW CASE LINEN
Brown and Bleached TABLE DAMASK
Crash, Huckaback and Russia TOWELLTN
BED TICKING, GAUZE, FLANNEL
And in fancy articles, too numorous to mentioi
wc offer an endless varioty. Everybody is invite
to call and examine our stock.
JILES M. BERRY,
H. F. RUSSELL & CO
No. 173, Broad Street,
(UNDER AUGUSTA nOTEL,)
I take this method of informing my friouds c
Edgeficld, Abbovillc, afld adjoining Districts tba
I om now in tho ahovo well known IIouso o
IL F. RUSSELL ? CO., the largest Wh'olcsal
and Retail Dry Goods House in tho City of Au
gusta, and would respectfully solicit a libera
share of palronago for tho Firm.
I will bo pleased to havo my friends favor mi
with an carly eal!, when I will lay boforo.thoin
at remarkably low figures, tho most beautifu
stook of Goods ovor on exhibition in this City
The motto of this Hou?e is "Small Profits anc
Country Merchants and persons buying to sel
again can do well at this noose
Call and soo me and I will make it to your in
terest. JILES M. BERRY.
Augusta, April 2, : ;_lm 14
S..M. JONES & Z. ?. RICE.
WE respectfully invite our old friends and the
travelling public to givo us a call. 'Noth
ing shall bo wanting on our part to satisfy thc in
ner and outor wants cf man.
JONES ?c RICE.
P. S. Tho Goorgia and Control Railroad money
taken at 05 couts., tho Union Bank of South Car
olina at 50 ct."., nnd tho bank of A thens '30 els.
Angosta, Nov. 20, . 6m .. ' 47
ALL Per?ons indebted to nie ns Agont, oithoi
by Not? or Account, who fail to como for
ward ?nd innko settlement within thirty days
from date, will find said Notas and Accounts in
?Augusta for odk-ction.
S. II. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Mar 2? Sat IS
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
Ac T. GRAY, 1
J, TF* TURLEY.
A. T. GKEl^Y & C,0.
AT THE OLD STAND OF H. H. HICKMAN,
242 Broad Street,
Beg to announce that they can be lound at the
Lately occupied by H. H. HICKMAN,
Where they are prepared to offer to the public an ELEGANT and COMPLETE
??ii Mi $mm MY IIIDI
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOOP SKIRTS, &c.,&c.
One of thc partners will reside in New York, devoting hts entire attention to the
SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES,
And we are now daily receiving NEW GOODS at
o?nsrviisroiNGLY LOW PRICES.
PURCHASED FOR CASK,
At the Great Aurtion Sales in New York, and
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER GENT.
# And in some instances
FULLY ONE HALF LESS THAN THEY COULD BE PURCHASED FOUR
These are superior advantages', which we will at all times share with our Customers.
And all others in want of Dry Goods,
Should not make a single purchase before visiting our Establishment.
Augusta, April 2,
A. F. GRAY & CO.
FOR SPRING & SUMMER.
At Tempting Prices !
THE Subscribc-r is now receiving n CHOICE
and WELL ASSORTED Stock of
Domestic and Foreign Dry Goods,
-Consisting in part of- .
Brown SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, frlvTLLS
and TICKING ;
Bleached Cotton SHEETINGS, Pillow CASING
and SHIRTINGS j
Bleached Linen SHEETINGS, Table DIAPER,
NAPKINS and TOWELS;
DRAP DKETTE, C0TT0NADE, Linen DUC and
DRILLS for Men "and Boy's wear j
PRINTS and GINGHAMS ;
Printed LAWNS, Jaconet and Organdio MUS
Whito .Tr.conct, Swiss, Mull and Nainsool- ?.iTJS
LIN, Plain, ?'becked and Striped;
Linen Cambric, llciasticbcd and Embroidered
LACES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, HOSIERY and
MOURNING DRESS GOODS ;
CLOTHING FOB MEN and BOYS, for Spring
and Summer wcarj
SHOES-for Ladiee, Gents, Boys, Girls hud thc
BONNETS-Ladies and Misses, and Infant's
Men's, Boys and Children's HATS.
-Also, a good assortment of
Hardware, Crockery, China anti Class
Ware, Groceries, Saddles, Bri
dles, Buggy Harness, .
?acc., ?fcc, &c.
This Stock of Gocds was selected in New York
after tho lite declioo in prices, and will be sold
FOR CASU ONLY,
At pr'tcej to suit tho most economical.
JAS. B. SULLIVAN,
At thc Old Stand.
Mar 27 ? 14
Grocer and Commission
299 Broad Street,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHEESE,
FLOUR, RICE, BUTTER,
TOBACCO, RAISINS-, SARDINES,
YARNS, ?fcc, &c.
WINES & LIQUORS
In Barrols and Boxes.
Fifty Mids. Choice Bacon.
Together with a full assortment of every article
to bo had in Wholosalo and Retail Grocery estab
Augusta, Nov 20 6m 47
ALL porsons indebted to tho Estate of FELIX
E. BOD1E, dee'd., aro earnestly requested
to mako immodiato payment, and thoso having
demands against said cBtato aro required to pre
sent them by }he 1st June, properly attested, or
said claims trill bo barred.
ARIEL ABLE, 1 . "
L. K. DODIE. }Ad??
New York !
WE EAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW
YORK A LARGE A? D WELL SELECTED
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
The Very Lowest Living Prices !
^^Physicians' bills lilied at Augusta prices.
Call and try itsl
TEAGUE & CARWILE. '
Apr Co tf 17 ;
?A. J. PELL?T?E?X
^Offers to tho citizens of Edgefiold zr.d ad-^
I joining Districts a FINE ASSORTMENT ^
DRUGS MD MEDICINES,
IA.M Fancy Goods ito ike Toilet J
TO BE HAD AT HIS DRUG STORE, j
Spring and Summer
It is Well Known
THAT D. F; McEWEN soils tho best. COF
FEE, TEAS, SUGAR, and all kinds of
FANCY GROCERIES at Augusta prices.
All kinds of Canned Ooods, such os Dudloy'j
COVE OYSTERS, LOB8TERS. GREEN CORN,
OREEN PEAS, TOMATOES, STRAWBER
RIES, PEACHES, ?o., always on hand at tho !
War ST tf j3
TUE Subscriber is now receiving his S lodi of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS direct
from Charleston, consisting of
BROWN AND PLANTER'S LINEN,
BED TICK, ?fcc.
Ladies, Kisses and Men's BATS AND
. BONNE!TS ;
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths, Plumes,
Gloves, Veils, Hosiery,
LADIES, MISSES, MEN AND CHILDRENS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, GIRTHS, SURCIN
With many other articlor ?oo tedious to montion,
which viii be sold at tho lowest market prico for
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Mar. 21 tf " 12
Tax Collector's Notice.
T WILL OPEN MY BOOKS for the collection
fi. of tho State nod District Taxes ot Edgofield
C. H., on the 21 at inst., and will keep them open
until the 5th July next. .
'Tax Payers aro requested to come forward at as
eaady a day ?is thoy can.
Thoso having freedmen employed aro request
ed to mako tho returns and pay tho Taxes for
My books will oprn at 9 o'clock A. M., and
close at 5 P. M.
/'5?~Thoio who havo failed to make their As
sessment returns n.uet do so by the ?th Juno next,
or they will be subject to double tax.>
BENJ. ROPER, T. C. E. D.
Moy 1 tf . . 13 .
Cigars and Tobacco
OF THE very best quality on hand by
JNO. R. CARWILE A CO.
Jan 20 tf ?.
Arms and Legs.
G. 8. HOGGSON,
ARTIFICIAL LIMB MANUFfi,
Mansion House, No. 260, Broad Street,
THESE LIMBS ARE UNSURPASSED FOB
LIGHTNESS, BEAUTY OF FINISH, ?
Satisfaction Guarantied in aU Gases.
Wo'take pleasuro in publishing the following
Certificates icceivcd from Gon. M. C. BUTLER and
Capt. T. W. OETZEN:
EDGEFIELD, S. C., April Hth, 1866.
MR. O. B. HOGGSO!?,-Dear Sir: I have tried
tho Artificial Leg of your manufacturo for six
weeks, and have no hesitation in saying that I
rogard it as indispensable to my comfort. I walk
and dance with great case, and tak/> pleasure in
recopiiaonding your Leg as better in all respects
than any other that I know of, or have examined.
Very reaped fully, yours, Ac,
M. C. BUTLER.
EDGEFIELTJ DWTRICT, S. C., Jan. 0,1S66. .
Mr. G. B. HOGGSOS-Sir: I havolested the leg
mado by you ; find it satisfactory, and om pleased
with the same. I have no hesitation in rccom
! mending the Artificial Limbs mado by you to my
comrades, who, like myself, have been unfortunate
in tho late war. Yours, etc.,
T. W. OETZEN.
The opinion of C. O. BCTLEU, Esq., of Augus
ta, Ga., who has beor, wearing artificial limbs for
twenty year? : "
AccirsTA, Ga., March 9th, I860.
Mn. G. B. HOGOSOM,-Dear.Sir : After a trial
of the leg yon mado lor me, I am glad to give
you a certificat.? of my approbation for the same,
as it comes up my utmost expectation. I have
been wearing artificial limbs of different manu
facturers for twenty years, and I am convinced
in my own caso of ibu great advantages you have
io knowing bow lo adjust your Umba properly to
your patients by wearing an artificial log yourself.
C. G. BUTLER.
Aj>ril 24 ;_6t_17_
A. C. DECOTTES, r.-P. SALAS.
Late Cashier Bank of Hamburg.
DECOTTES & SALAS,
Gotten Factor & Commission
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE
SALE OF-COTTON? LUMBER.?ND
OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCB.
Charleston, Jan 1 . * tf 1
F. CONNER & CO.,
76 East Bay, r
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
C05IMSSE0N AND FOB WARDING
Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Will givo prompt and peraonal attention to all
orders entrusted to their care.
Jai 24 Sm 4
SYI/.-HSTER CAHILL. GEO. H. Horpocc
CAHILL & CO.,
AND ' .
NO. 185 EAST BAY,
Corner of Lodge Alloy,
CIIAKLES^OIJ. ?5. O.
Office in New York, 51 Courtkndt Street.
Feb J3 3m 7
GEO. W, WILLIAMS & CO.,
IXTo. 3. aud 3oX3:rt3^i2.o Sit.*
CHARLESTON, S. C., -
KEEP constantly ou hand a full assortment of
GROCERIES, and will sell them at the
lowest prices possible iu this market.
They will receive and sell on Consignment
COTTON and other PRODUCE, and will advance
liborally on Cotton consigned to their House, or
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
147 Maiden ?Lane,
Jan 25 3m 4
i). F. FLEMING & CO.
S HAYNE STREET,
Corner of Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Karin? Resumed Business,
AT THEIR OLD STAND, 2 HAYNE-STREET,
CORNER CHURCH ST., ARE NOW RECEIV
ING A LARGE AND AV ELL ASSORTED
Whioh will bc sold at the LOWEST MARKET
Thc Patronage of former friends and the pub
lic is respectful^ solicited.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L. A. NELSON,
JAS. M. WILSON.
Charleston, Dec 25 tf 52
CORNER QUEEN A^MEETING STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS POPULAR AND WELL KNOWN
HOUSE is now fully open for the reception
of visitors, having neon refurnished with NEW
and ELEGANT FURNITURE THROUGHOUT,
and offers tb tho traveller accommodations and
conveniences as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL not
to be equalled by any North or South.
The patronage of thc travelling public is re
Ratea of Board per day $4,00 ; Rates per month
as may be agreed on.
JOS. PURCELL, Proprietor.
Charloston, Feb 21 tf 8
Corner Meeting and Hazel Sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RATES OF BOARD TER DAT.$3,00
' ll. Li BUTTERFIELD,
. ? i PROPRIETOR.
Mar 27 tf 13
Shady Bil! Select School.
MRS. WM. GOODMAN will open at lier resi
dence on tho" 10th, a SELECT SCHOOL
FOR OIULS. Terms for a Scsiion of Thirteen
Weeks, $5 for tho lowest class, Bnd $6 for thoso
moro advanced. Plain Sowing and Needlo Work
Apr 4 _?_ 14
Wines and Liquors.
ALL kinds of CHOICE WINES, COGNAC
BRANDY, .HOLLAND.'GINWd tho BEST
HISKEY kept constantly on hand.
If you dceiro a good ar tic! o for family UFO go to
D. F. -MCEWEN.
I vrill sell a fine article of Bourbon by tua gal.
'len at Augusta pricoa by the barrel.
Alar 27 . tf i j