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^ Washington News.
"WASHINGTON, July 12.-Secretary Denni
son has resigned. He writes the President
that the call for the Philadelphia Convention
is antagonistic to the policy of ths party that
nominated and elected Lincoln, anti 'over the
Convention of which he presided ; and he,
therefore, v'thdrawsi from the Cabinet. Ru
mors are Jited that other resignations are
It ia nored that Speed, the Attorney
General, has tendered his resignation,* and
that Harlin will do the svme.
"It is alleged that there is a;fraudulent-issue.|
of stock of the Washington arid' Alexandria
Railroad to the amonnUof $300,000. It wa3
used in connection with the defunct Mer- |
chants' National Bank, and one New York
firm'advanced $100,000 on said stocks. *
Grant has issued a proclamation directing*
all department, district and post commanders
in the States lately in rebellion, to arrcst.all
persons who have been or m-y hereafter be
charged with the commission of - crimes and
offences against the officers, agents, citizens
and inhabitants of the United States, "irres
pective of color, in cases where the civil au
thorities have failed or neglected or are una
ble to arrest and bring su~h parties to trial, i
and to detain them in military confinement.!
until such time as a proper judicial tribunal
may be ready and willing to try theni. .
NEW YORE, July 12.-Three cases cholera
in the last twenty-four hours, but none fatal.
Three in Brooklyn-two fatal.
Roberts, the Fenian President, was indic
ted, by the grand jury, for violation of the
The Mozart Hall Democracy endorse the
Philadelphia Convention, and will send dele
Pending the discussion of tho Tariff Bill
in the House, an amendment highly impor
tant to the South was adopted. Tua amend
ment suspends so much of the Direct Tax im
posed by the Act of 18G1 as now remains un
collected, said suspension to last till Janua
The prospects for the passage of the new
Tariff Bill are considered doubtful in the
House, and the same in the Senate.
It is state'd by General Grant's friends that
he will not in my event bc a Presidential can
didate in 18C8, and he substantially agrees
with thc President on thc subject of Southern
Gen. Grant has ordered a squad of cavalry
sent to Loudon County, Ya, It is alleged that
there have been outrages on freedmen, and
civil law has failed to punish the guilty or
protect the blacks.
Two gentlemen from Missouri called on the
President yesterday, aHd informed him of
deep laid schemes on the part Of the radicals
to carry the Missouri election by force of arms
ff necessary. Secret leagues were organized,
the militia armed, and arms shipped to vari
ous portions of the. State by Gov. Fletcher for
the purpose ni influencing the election. The
President assured the gentlemen that, as it
wa.s his duty to protect all cilizens in the en
joyment of. their rights, it' Would only be ne
cessary, in case o? 3uch outrages, for the citi
zens to apply to him.
WASHINGTON*, July 14.-The Senate has
been et.gaged in no business of general inter
est. The House had up tho report on the
Rousseau-Grinncli case but without coming
to a vote adjourned. The nomination of Alex.
W. Randall as Postmaster General was sent
to the Senate. There are seventy-one mil
lions in the Treasury vaults. The President
has accepted Dennison's resignation.
Quite a contest is understood to have arisen
over the conflict of opiuion between Stanton
and the President, relative to the construe
tion of what is. known as the Peace Procla
mation. Stanton claims' that the writ of Ha
l#aj Corpus is still suspended in South Caro
lina, and that civilians held under sentence
by General Sickles' court-martial should not
be turned over to the civil authorities.
The notorious John S. Mosby, who was j
during the war the terror of the country
hereabouts, is now a sojourner ia this city
and quietly walking about tho Capital, the
observed of the curious. Mosby is a quiet,
tame looking individual, and has not the
slightest appearance of a bugaboo, . or one
who would try to frighten anybody.
-? ? ?
KIDNAPPING OF FREEDMEN-A correspon
dent of the Mobile Tribune says :
I believe that very many negroes have
been run over to Cuba and sold siuee the war
ended, andi am very anxious to find out
who have been most implicated in the dirty
business-Northern or Southern men. lt is
a question worth asking, and, if I can, I am
going to get an answer to it.
MARRIED, on the evening of the 27th ult., ut
Mt. Enon Church, Mitchell Co., Ga-, by Rev. E.
W. Warren, Pastor of Baptist Church, MacoD,
Capt. GEORGE B. LAKE, late of this District
to ROSA, daughter of tho late M. L. JONES, Esq.,
of Liberty Co., Ga.
?3r*r*Wc have been authorized hy tho many
friends of Capt. ?. YANCEY DEAN to an
nounce him 2 Candidato for Clerk of tho ?Court
of Common Pleas for Edgefield District at the
June 20 te 27
IMPORT ANT TO PLANTERS
THE RICHMOND FACTORY
IS NOW prepared to manufacture WOOL FOR
PLANTERS (as fnimorly) INTO PLAIN
OR TWILLED CLOTH, at Thirty Cen?s a yard
for the Plain, and Thirty-Three and One-Third
Cents per yard fur the Twilled. Wool .Carded
into Rolls at Fifteen Cents per pound.
ALL PACKAGES should have the OWNER'S
NAME PLAINLY MARKED on the. same, and
all instructions, etc., sent to FLEMING Jc, .BOW
LAND, Agents in Augusta.
jS"***Charges for manufacturing payable on de
livery of Goods.
President Richmond Factory.
Augusta, Ga., July IS, lm29
Notice to. Mechaiiics and Fanners,
T-IE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CHAR
LESTON ORPHAN HOUSE, offer as AP
PKKNTICES tu residents of.ihe city or country,
NINE BOYS, trained ia that Institution, and
whoAe agc3 vary from 14 to 17 years. They will
bo bound to tradesmen or farmers until they at- -
tain 21 years. Applications to bc addressed to
thc Commissioners o'f the Orphan House, Char
leston, S. C.
July 17 St 29 .
Make Your Own SoafcJ
BABBIT'S PURE^CONCENTRATED POT
ASH and PURE CONCENTRATED LYE.
For sole by
TEAGUE ?. CARWILE.
July IS tf ' .29
FROM this day forward, I will receive and en
tertain TRANSIENT OR PERMANENT
liOARDRRS, at my presentresidaace, lately that
f.f S. F. (ioonn, Esq.
MRS. RACHEL BOULWARE,
July 4 tf -27
a LL Persons indebted to me either by Note or
J\. Account are- requested .to call ou me and
Bettie immediately, and eave cost i.
ll. A. GRAY.
7:tly 1? ?__2t_2_9_
Notice to Debtors.
THE NOTES and ACCOUNTS belonging to
the Estate of ARCHIBALD CLARK, de
fensed, arc in my hands fur colleetioo, and I um
directed to sue on them if not paid before return
day. L. J. JONES,
Newberry, S. C.
; "itch! Itch! Itch!
*' fT~CK CUHStf ?N>H?LF AN HOUR. Call
1 1 on - TEAGUE A CARWILE.
. May 23 - V' * tf 21
ALL Persons iodo'uud to the Estate of Mrs.
MARGARET LANHAM, dee'di, are notified
that their Notes have'becn placed in^he hands of
W. W. Adam?, Esq., for collection. 'Call on him
jBWJt IPI* "2?
THE' NEXT SESSION OP THIS SCHOOL
will commence on MONDAY, the 3d of Sept
Tuition, p?r Session of Five Months.
Tn English -Branches,..'..:,...$20,00
In Ancient Languages and Advanced
Board, including Light and Washing, . 60,00
-These charges are in Gold, or its equivalent;
payable, one-half in advance, or the whole amount
at tho middle of the Session.
As Pupils who enter soveral weeks after tho'
School begins, or.who aTC frequently absent, al
ways give tho Teacher much extra trouble, no
deductions will be made ia such cases. Parents
are earnestly requested to have their childrir.
present thc first day, and to keep them con?'/*,jr
ly in attendance till the ht et day of tho Session.
Monthly reports of attendance, deponuent,
I and scholarship will bo sent to parents, and every
suitable effort will be made to secure 'good con
duct,.and faithful study on the part of Pupils.
L. R. GWALTNEY.
Joly 18,' -2m 29
DECEASED SOLDIERS OF SOUTH
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WITH the partial resumption of mail facili
ties, I again; under appointment of the
Legislature, request the names, of all who died in
service, of diseasa, Jrc-m accident or wounds, or
who fell in battle. Gire the name in full-Dis
trict-Rank-Cohrpany-Regiment and arm of
service-Date and cause of death, and where he,
.died and age.
The Record cannot be completed without tho
assistance of all who take an interest in this me
morial. Especially to our returned soldiers do I
now make this appeal. If it be hut a single
name you can furnish, send it to mo at once.
WM. J. RIVERS,
Stato Agent for Recording, Ac.
July 10 3t , * * 28
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Tho Standard Biography of the Immortal
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The author a personal friend and Chief of Staff i
of tho Christian.Soldier. Wo want -an Agent in
every County. Send for ciroulars and see our
terms. Address ? .
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July 17 4t " .29
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EVERY reader of tho works of A. WARD
(Showman) must surely get this companion
volume. It is ono of tho richest specimens of J
comic literature extant (fully equal, many think,
to tho writings of A. Word himself.) The orders
are pouring in for it. Remember, first come,
first served. Capital illustrations.
1 vol. 12mo. Elegantly bound in cloth. Price
JSr^A Liberal Discount to the Trade, from
whom Orders are solicited.
Sold byjill Booksellers, and will be sent hy
mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, by
JAMES O'KANE, Publisher,
126 Nassau Sf., New York.
July 13 lt 29
A. S. L ILLINGTON & CO.,
City Printers. No. Ill East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
TERMS.-Daily ono year, $10,00,-Sixmonths
?5,00. Tri-weckly one year, $8,00,-Six months
D. R. DURISOE, Agent
July 17 tf 29
D. REDMOND A W. N. WHITE, EDITORS.
Established in 18 t;> o lu me 24. Com
menced January 18CC.
Monthly, per Annum, in Advance,.$2,00 I
Six Copies, in Advance,.10,00 '
BY special arrangement with tho " MARY
LAND FARMER," another excellent Rural
Monthly, published at Baltimore at $1,50, both
papers will he sent ono year for $3,00-six of
each for $16-10 of >?acb for $25- giviog each
subscriber in this case, both papers for $2.50 !
Address, WM. N. WHITE,
July IS tf 29
T GAS STOVES!
TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS,
OIL CANS, Ac:, Ac.
?33- All the Cooking for a tBvv
#Sr* family may be done with tj^
??" Kerosene Oil, or Oas, "rVs.
??f- with less trouble, and at "r?^
^EET* less expense, than by any ""?SB^
^S?~ other fuel. "33^
Eaeh Article manufactured, by this Company is
guaranteed tn perform all that is claimed for it.
$3r Send for a Circular, f?^
A LIBER Ah DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.
206 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK.
July 18 Sta. 29
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. OURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas,-Martha A. Durst has applied to mc
for Letters of Administration,-on all and singu
lar the goods.and chattels, rights and cr?dita of
Ransom Durst' late of the District afor?
These are, tborcforo, to cito and admonish all
and singular, the kindred. and creditors of the
said deceased, to bo and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court /or the said District, to be
holden at Edgefield Court Houso, on the 30th day
of July inst, to show cause, if any, why the
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this lOth.day ol
July in the'year of our' Lord one.thousand-,
eight hundred and sixty-six, and. in the 91st
year of the "Independence of the United States
W. P. DURISOE, O.E.D.
July 18 2t 29
Quattlebaum Mills. *%
THESE FILLS, so noted for high yiolds of
SUPERIOR FLOUR, are again in first rato
running order. And .whit I would return my
thanks to my nnmerous customers and friends for
the liberal patronage hitherto received, I can
assure them that every effort will bc made in thc
future, as. in tho past, to'give general satisfaction.
July 3, 1866. ._St 28
"M/TY MILLS on Shaw's Creek, twolvo miles
lvX from Edgefield C. H., have been put in
TUOUROUO II REPAIRj and are now prepuicd
to mako EXCELLENT FLOUR, and to turn cut
a SATISFACTORY YIELD.
Parties sending Wheat to my Mills r.rcpnrfi',n
larly request ?d-to soe that it is j.-rfrcth; an;,;-af
good Flour cannot he made unless this precaution
is token. . JOHN SEIGLER.
July * Steow 27
TOST on the 29th June, between Mr. William
J Strom's and Mrs. Eli/.. Prescott's, on the
Martin Town Road, a small Testament, between
the leave: of which were,something over FIFTY
DOLLARS in Greenbacks,-from $5,00 notes lo
10 Cent Sbinplastcrs.
A liberal reward will be paid for the recovery
of said Testament and contents.
July IS -, 3t 29
Crystal Kerosene Oil.
JUST received one Barrel PURE CRYSTAL
??KEROSENE OIL. For sale hy
TEAGUE & CABWILE.
Jnl7l7 . if 2?
S. M. JONES. ! WiT. A. WRIGHT
THIS POPULAR HOTEL has been renova
ted, painted and.put in complete order, and
opened on June 29th, 1866, with a determination
on the part of tho present proprietors to mako it a
FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
Mr. WM. A. WRIGHT bas chief control, and
will be recollected by our Southern friends as the
former proprietor of the,AMERICAN. HOTEL,
during the War, in Ricbmond, Va., and will be
glad to soe his old friends, promising them a
" Virginia welcome.". Every effort will be made
to give entire satisfaction. '
?STk Call is Solicited.-Terms reasonable.
WM. A. WRIGHT & CO.,
Augusta, Juno 20th, tf 29
. ?AUGUSTA, GA.
MY FRIENDS and the TRAVELING PUB
LIC GENERALLY are notified that I hare
taken a NEW LEASE on this House, and will be
glad to servo-them to the best of my ability on
all occasions, and at all times.
N. B. Believe no reports from any quarter
whatever that I have given up the Hotel, or that
I intend doing so; My calculation is to be '.per
manently located, and my friends may rely npon
finding mo at home, and pleased to see and sorve
WM. M. THOMAS.
Augusto, July 27, . 3m 29
CORNER QUEEN it MEETING STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1-pHIS POPULAR AND WELL KNOWN
X HOUSE is now fully open "for tho reception
of visitors, having been refurnished with NEW
and ELEGANT FURNITURE THROUGHOUT,
?md offers to the traveller accommodations and
? ojivoniences as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL not
to be equalled by aay North or Sou?h.
The patronage of the travelling publ'c is re
Rates of Board per day $4,00 ; Rates psr month
as may be agreed on.
- JOS* PURCELL, Proprietor
Charleston, Feb 21 tf
Corner Meeting and Hazel Sts.,
CHARLE ST ON, S. C.
RATES OP BOARD PER DAT.$3,00
H. Lt.. BUTTERFIELD,
Mar 27 . tf 13
STILLS! STILLS !
HE SUBSCRIBER ,wo?ld respectfully in
form the public that he has on band, and makes
tc order at short notice,
O 'all sizos, made in the very best manner, and
at the LOWEST PRICES.
J. N. BESCH,
41 State Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 4, lui 27
Now in Sro re.
AND RECEIVING DAILY,
WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS,
JAVA AND RIO COFFEE,
GREEN AND BLACK TEA,
MOLASSES AND SYRUP,
BACON, SHOULDERS AND HAMS,
EASTERN HAY. &c., Arc.
^SrCOUNTRY 'PRODUCE purchased, or ta
ke a in Exchange for Goods, or sold on Commis
308 Broad Street,
. '.''alj 4 *t 27
E)Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa., to me
> directed, I will proceed to sell on tho first
Monday in August next, at Edgefield C. H., tho
following property, in the following cases, viz :
?lax. LaBordo, Assignee, .)
3; F. Goode. J
ONE HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND in the
Village of Edgefield, known as' tho residence of |
the. Defendant, S. F. Goode, containing about
Fi'teen (la) acros, more or less, adjoining lands
of Samuel Brooks, Dr. A. G. Teague, Mrs. S.
Christie and others.
ONE OTHER LOT OF LAND in said Vil
lase on which is erected tho BRICK OFFICE
now occupied by J. J. Brynn* as a Bar Room,
and a BLACKSMITH SHOP,-adjoining lands
of Smith i Jones. M. Fraiier, John S. Smyley
un i others.
Also. ONE OTHER LOT OF LAND in said
Vi.lago containing Threo (.1) acres, more or less,
on wt ich arc erected a Blacksmith's Shop, a.Wood
Work Shop, an extensive Lumber House and
Wi.gon Sheds, adjoining lands of Smith ? Jones,
Thos. G. Bacon, T. J. Whitaker and othors.
ONE PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND con
taining Fifty (50) Acres, more or less, situated
about two miles from tho Village of Edgefield ad
joining lands of Rev. L. R. Gwaltney, James B.
Griffin, John Colgan and others.
ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND, lying near
the tract of thc Hamburg &, Columbia Rail Read,
containing One Hundred and .Eighty-five (185)
Acre's, moro or less, adjoining ltfods of Mrs. Mary
GomillioD, Jesse Ooinillion, B. 1. Boatwright
Wm. K. i-'cigler, ")
. vs. > Fi. Fa.
H. B. Mead. J
ONE HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND situate
at Liberty Hill, in the District of Edgefield, con
taining Three and a half (SJ) Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Dr. W. 9. West, C. Richter
.2STTERMS CASH, in Specie, or UB equiva
lent in currency.
WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Sheriff's Office, July 9, 4t 23
Direct and Fresh.
JOST received direct ond fresh, a largo stock
A, B and C SUGAR;
RIO COFFEE, a first rat? article ;
i SUGAR CURED HAMS ;
CLEAR SIDES and SHOULDERS ;
MESS MACKEREL in Kitts ;
Choico LARD ;
Superior TEAS, ic, ic.
Also, always on band a splendid article of CA
NAL FLOUR, at tho lowest market prico.
. '. . . ' " ' S. .E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Mar 27 tf 13'
RAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS ;
RUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS;
GREEN'S OXYGENATED BITTERS,
For sale low by
TEAGUE i CARWILE.
May 23 ,_tf 21
ARK'S POPULAR BED BUG KILLER.
TEAGUE <fc CARWILE.
May 23 tf 21
A LL Persons indebted to S. F. GOODE by
XX, Note or otherwise, are required to call at
my Office and settle nf once, as it is necessary
tba;'the businoss be wound up us speedily as pos
sible. W. J. READY, Assignee.
J uly 9. lm 28
r?\;HE NOTES of tho M?BSOS MARTHA and
J. SUSAN-ADAMS are in my hands for col
lection. All persons indebted to them are earn
estly requested to seo mo at an early -day and
maite.somo satisfactory arrangement in regard to
their Notes. W. W. ADAMS,
Attorney in fnct
A LL persons indebted to tho Es tato of. ROBT,
xl. J. DELPH, deceased, are notified to pay the
sim.o before next return day; otherwisq,oll claims
W?5 be placed in the hands of an Attorney fur
collection. Those having claims against said
Est ito will please render them in according to law.
A. J*. P?LLETIER, Adm'r.
Hamburg, S. C., June ll tb,.'66/ . 8m24.
??A A-MONTHI-AGENTS' ' wanted'>or
*jptJ\r ?ia entirely new article?, just out. Ad
ores* V. A. GAREY, Cit j Building, Biddleford,
Ht? Jum 6 iswly 23
IMPORTAIT TO All !
Merchants, Planters and Everybody
PURCHASING DRY GOODS,
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CALL AT
228 BROAD STREET,
WHERE THEY WILL FIND
One of "the Largest !
MOST COMPLETE ASS ELEGANT STOCKS OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IN THE SOUTH.
LAVING a buyer in the markets at all times, BUYING. EXCLUSIVELY FROM IM
PORTERS and MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH, wo feel confident in assuring the
public that we can offer them
OF *3?*3BE3ES SEASON.
OUR STOCK OF
CONSISTS OF THE LATEST AND MOST RECHERCHE STYLES IN
Rich Colored SILKS
Beautiful Foulard SILKS
Heavy Black Lyona SILK
Heavy'Blnck Gros SILK
Black SILKS, without Lustre
Heavy Black Glace SILKS
Broche Grenadine BAREGES
Black Twisted Silk GRENADINE
Broche Grenadine BAREGES, with Shawls
to match. .
Brocho Pine Apple CLOTHS
Plain Leno CLOTHS
Striped and Plaid MOZAMBIQUES
Plain Colors Crape MARETZ .
Black Iron BAREGES, colored figures
Double Width White BAREGE
Double Width Black BAREGE
Black ALPACAS and Mohair Lustres
Black CANTON CLOTHS
Lupin's best Black BOMBAZINES
Black CHALLIES and Crape MARETZ
Beautiful Colored CHALLIES
French Organdie MUSLINS
French Organdie ROBES
Plain French LAWNS
Plain and Figured LAWNS
Plain French CAMBRICS
Plain and Figured PERCALES
Mourning MUSLINS and LAWNS, Ac., inf
OUE STOCK OE COVERINGS
CANNOT BE SURPASSED. WE HAVE
Fine Pusher Lace CIRCULARS
Lace POINTS and MANTILLAS.
White Lace ROTONDES
Colored Lace SHAWLS
Black Grenadine SHAWLS
Fine Lama Wool SHAWLS
Colored Barege SHAWLS
Elegant Silk BASQUES and SACQUES.
IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
WE CAN SUPPL y THE LARGEST ORDERS, AT THE LO WEST FIGURES, HAVING
BEEN BOL GHT WITH GREAT CARE AT THE LATE PANIC PRICES. WE HAVE
9 4, 104,11-4 Cotton SHEETINGS
10 4 Brown Cotton SHEETINGS
101 Linen SHEETINGS
5-4 Pillow Case COTTONS
5-4 Piliow Case LINEN
10-4, 12-4 Manchester TOILET QUILTS
104,12 Lancaster QUILTS
10-4, 12-4 Marseilles QUILTS
8 4, 104 White Table DAMASK
Extra Fine Damask NAPKINS
Huck and Crash TOWELS
Fine Damask TOWELS
Fine Damask Bordered TOWELS
Fine Colored Bordered Huck TOWELS
Bird's Eye DIAPER
! Mosquito NETTINGS
7-4, 84 Brown Linen Table DAMASK
19-4,12 4 White Damask TABLE CLOTHS I TICKINGS, <tc, ?tc, &c.
5-4. Brown Linen TABLE CLOTHS
IN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR,
Fino^French BROAD CLOTHS
Fine French CASSIMERES
Fine French DOE SKINS
Fine Fancy CASSIMERES
Black Drap DETE
Brown Linen DRILLS
Brown Linen DUCKS
White Linen DRILL . 5
White Linen DUCK
Fancy Linen DRILLS
Fine DUCK COATING
Soft FiDish GRASS LINENS
Spaniah LINENS and HOLLANDS
G AMBRO ONS and C0TT0NADE3
Heavy Farmers DRTLL.
Plaid Swiss MUSLINS
Striped Swiss MUSLINS
Dotted Swiss MUSLINS
Figured Swiss MUSLINS
5-s Soft Finish CAMBRICS
A VERY HEAVY STOCK OF
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Swiss MUSLINS ' * :?
India Twill LONG CLOTH.
French PERCALE, for Skirting
Irish LINENS, Richardson and other best
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PRINTS,
New York Mills WAMA?UTTA
Semper Idem LONSDALE
Marlboro CHECKS and STRIPES
CIIAMBRYS and GINGHAMS ?
Apron CHECKS and Hickory STRIPES
IN L AC?S AND EMBROIDERIES
" ; WE HAVE
Fine-Jaconet EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
Jaconet BANDS and FLOUNCING
Sheer Linen HANDKERCHIEFS
Hem Stitch HANDKERCHIEFS
A FINE STOCK OF
Notions, &c, ?so.
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TOGIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING.
?l???<i-' ~ ' - , . .. ,.. i?? j.; A
GRAY, MiiLARKY & CO.
FINE DRESS GOODS
CHEAPER THAN CALICOES !
TWENTY THOUSAND YARDS
-AT- I .
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A YARD !
NEW YORK'DRESS GOODS AUC
OP LAST WEEK!
A. T. GRAY & CO,
July 2 tf 27
Established in Charleston in 1837,
And in Augusta in 1848.
I^HE Subscriber takes pleasure in., informing
A the residents of Edgefield and tho adjoln
ng Districts that ho has been appointed Agont
or the THREE BEST PIANO MAKERS
IN THE WORLD, viz :
STEINWAY & SONS, New York,
CHICKERIN? k SONS, Boston,
HAZELTON BROS., New York.
Vnd he will sell thoir Instrumenta at FACTO
RY PRICES, with freight added.
Persons wishing to purchase a- SUPERIOR
PIANO FORTE will please send for Circulars
tnd Illustrated Catalogues, and they , will find
hey can purchase from the BEST MAE ?RS, at
ts Low Prices as thoy can of inferior ones.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent free
if all charges.
GEO. AV OATES,
340 Broad Street,
?Sd-Aho, Agent for Mason & Hamlin's celc
irated CABINET ORGANS.
50 Hubs. CHOICE BACON-Clear Sides,
Ribbed Sides, Regulars and Shoulders]
50 Bbls Northern and Western FLOUR ;
10 tiercel prime Carolina RICE ;
25 bbl3 Refined B. SUGAR;
5 hhds Muscovado SUGAR ; -
10 bbls Firs! Quality GOLDEN SYRUP ; .
10 hhds Muscovado MOLASSES ;
50 bbls largo No. 3 MACKEREL ;
1000 sacks Choice BreadCORN ;
75 boxes Family SOAPS ;
30 boxes Adamantine CANDLES ;
75 bbls and boxes CRACKERS and BISCUITS
50 bbls Bourbon and other WHISKIES;
Large lot of Case LIQUORS, all varieties;
25 dozen Heidsiek CHAMPAGNE, pints, and
40 casks BURTON ON TRENT ALE, in pints
and quarts ;
10 chests Jenkins k Co.'s TEAS, in mall
75 k?gs Old Dominion NAILS, assorted sizes ;
25 bbls New Jersoy CIDER;
SEQ A RS, TOBACCO, CANDIES ;
RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER;
And everything usually kept in my line, for cale
June 27 lm '26
No. 308, Broad Street,
AND DEALER IN
J! ' . :J ... . , _ c
Choice Family .Groceries,
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
A general invitation is extendod to tho citizens
of Edgefield and adjoining Districts.
Augusta, Juno 18, lm 25
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
SHOES; BAGGING, ROPE, ?S.e.
Carpets of Ali Kinds,
RUGS, DOOR-MATS, DRUGGETS,
WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS, CORNI
CES AND BANDS.
Groceries of All Kinds
Usually kept in a first cifcss Grocery Store.
Of Almost Every "Description.
BLANKETS. BOOTS AND S??OES, GUNNY
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, NAILS,
BROOMS AND BUCKETS, WILLOW-WARE,
TUBS AND PAILS,
Liquors of All Kinds,
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT OUR OLD STAND
205 Broad Street, .
Augusta, April 30 3m 18
. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
on band, and are receiving, a
FINE ASSORTMENT of
Which they offer AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
They aro also prepared to MAKE TO ORDER
and REPAIR any thing in our line of business
at short notice. . .
Cane-Bottom Chairs RE-SEATED at a living
price, at 137 Broad Street? opposito Monument
-WEST & MAY.
June ll 6m 24
Corn, Bacon, Flour
CORN, BACON, FLOJJR, AND ALI
KINDS OF GRAIN, ALWAYS ON HAND
AND FOR SALE LOW BY .
C, A. WILLIAMS ? CO,,
229 Eroad Stroit, -
May 14 . Sa SQL
IL AM NOW prepared to wait upon you to the
bast of my ability, and furnish you whatever
you shall call for in fhe way of
. * AND SUNDRIES.
S. F. GOODE, Esq., lately associated with me
io the Dry Gooda and Mercantile business, hav
ing withdrawn his interest from the*Vo?oor?, I
now respectfully "solicit for myself a share of tho
patronage heretofore bestowed upon the Firm..
* I am te be found, as heretofore for some months
pjfit, at the Corner-the old andiwell-known
Et md of Bland ? Butler, - I have, and constant-'
ly keep on hand, 'everything in the way of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
Ut nally found in a well-conducted Village Store ;
all of whfch I offer for CASH AT THE LOWEST
J. M. WITT.
Sdgefield, Juno 18, ' . tf 28
HE Subscriber has jost received*a NICE
New Calicoes and Muslins.
Also, Jaconet, Nainsook, Plain, Striped and
J?^A. few Brade's Patoat and Crown HOE8,
with many other useful articles, wbioh will bo
StfLD LOW FOR CASH ONLY.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
May 22 tf 21
CONSTANTLY on hand a supply of
EDGARS. COFFEE, TEA;
MEAL, HAMS, LARD;
SALT, SODA, STARCH, SOAP ;
.'SODA CRACKERS, SARDINES;
TOBACCO and SEGARS ; '
CANDY, RAISINS. FIGS, PRUNES;
PAD LOCKS, BUCKETS, BROOMS;
BLACKING, MATCHES, TACKS ? .
POWDER," CAPS, Ac, ?c.
S. H. HANGET.
Jane 12 tf 24
FOI! SALE '
?L Delightful Residence
IN EDG?1F1ELD VILLAGE.
THE HOUSE is conveniently situated on &
large Lot containing ABOUT FIFTEEN
ACHES, has Ten well finished Rooms, Spacious
Hall in lit and 2nd stories, two story Piazza in
front, and Piazza in roar, with convonient Pantry,
Closets, dre. All necessary out buildings.
A Well in the yard with agocd Pump, andu
nev. r failing Branch running through the lower
part of- tho Lot.
A STORE HOUSE, on the North-East Corner of
the Pnblic Square. Well arranged for keeping a
general assortment of Merchandise abd an excel
lent stand for doing a cash business.
A bargain may be had. Terms Cash. Apply
?oon, to J. B. SULLIVAN.
M?y 29 2m \ 22
. Rfkfk PER YEAR ! -Wo want Agents
?JpJ.eJUv cverywhere.to sell our IMPBOYBD
$zu ?Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Under
and upper feed; Sent on trial. s Warranted five
yean. Abo re salary cr large commissions paid.
The ORLY machines sold in United States for less
than $40, which are fully licensed by Hone, Whee
ler <0 Wilton, Grocer & Baker, Singer db Co., and
Bacliclder1. All other cheap machines aro in>
frinxTtmentt and tho teller or user are liable to ar~
rest, ??ie and imprisonment. Illus ira ted circu
lars sent free. Address, or call upon 'Shaw . <?
Clark, at Biddleford, Maine, or Chicago, III.
Jv he 6 iswly ??? 23
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
? SHOP !
THE Slibscriber respectfully announces totho
pnblic that ho has commenced thc CAR
RIAGE and WAGON BUSINESS at bia resi
dence about Similes North of Good Hope Church,
and about ono.mile from Trinity Church, inf this
District, where-ho-will execute in the" BEST
POSSIBLE MANNER, all workfin .the line, and
on snort notice.
R3P?IRINC-oithor. Wood Work or Black
smithing-?one well and promptly.
_^&*I will keep on hand, ond make to order,
COFFINS of all kindn, and at very low rates. .
I keep nono but the BEST MATERIAL, ond
Will warrant my work to give satisfaction.
I o m alto prepared to have BOOTS and SHOES
mads.to ordor in good style, and by an experi
enced workman. '
^O-Qive me a trial, and encourage homo en
JAS. S. HUGHES.
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of A. J.
RAMBO, deo'., late of Edgefioid District,
ure requested to mako immediate payment, other
wise all claims will be placed in tho bands of an
Attorney for collection. All persons having
claims against the Estate will present them with- >
in the limits prescribed by law.
M. S. RAMBO, Ex'ix.
July 4 10t g; 27
Pocket Book Found,
AND left at this Office, containing a small sum
of Money, two Postage. Stamps, several Re
ceipts, and one Note payable to J. E. Bradley for
$150 in gold or its equivalent, and signed by M.
M. 1'iiddey. The owner is-requested to como
forw.tr?, prove property, pay costs, and get said
Pocket Book and contents.
July 4 ' , '. tf . 27
IEE NOTES and BOOKS OF ACCOUNT of
_ the late Firm? of COLEMAN ? DEAN have
been placed in the hands of W. W. ADAMS, Esq.,
as my Attorney in fact, for settlement, and all
persons in anywise indebted to said Firm are
earnestly requested to come forward at an early
day and arrange their matters, as tho business of
tho Firm must be settled. I have no discretion
to ci.tond further indulgence.
Hi RUFUS DEAN, .
. " Survivor.
July 4 3t r. 2V
SREBY appoint my ?on, CLINTON WARD,
ry Attornoy during my abeenco 'rourWho
_tc nv District, with full powers to transaet'bu.
sin es i ia my name.. R. WARD.
Ju? 27, 1866. 6t? 27
ALL those indebted to either uf the Under
signed by Note or Acoount aro hereby noti
fied ta make immediate payment, or other satis
factory arrangements in reference thereto. Wo
must keep our demands in dato. Any arrange
ment J which our debtors may make with Dr. W.
H. TlmmbVman,'our authorized Agent, will la
ratified by us:
ELBERT JOSEY, %
FRANCIS POSEY, Sa.
July 4 7t? j ' 27
ALL persons indebted to tho Estate of JOID?
L DOBEY, dee'd., ?re notified tb pay the
same at an early ' date. Those having claims
agoiC'St said Estate are required to render them in
by the 15th October next, or said claims will be
bamd, as oh that day a final settlement will bo
made in tho Ordinary's "office on the said Estate,
, . W. E. DOBY. Ad'or
Juf.y,4_ 3m ? 27"
; Executor's Notice.
N- CTICE is hereby giver that the Estate of A.
G. WHITE, dee'd., Js now in the Court of
Equity for settlement, and all persans indebted
to sa d Estate by Note or Account, are requested
to ? ike payment by tho 20 th day of August next,
as it is now beyond my power to extend any fur
ther Indulgence. . ir*??
A. J. WHITE, EA'?X.,
June 27 . .tf ??M
ALL persons indebted to tbe-Estato of, JOHN
T. HENDBR80N, doe'd., are notified to pay
the lame by the 1st August next ; and tboBe;har
ing claims aga!nst*ald Estatuar?xotified-to ren
der them in by th? abovejmentioned day. .. I
. ' " ". ' JOHNSON "SALE, Ad'or.;
Oorn! Coin! Crorf??; *
FOR BALE FOR CASH ?NLY.bV^r*
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